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Rose hip conserve;

 

This is for a jam like thing, but try it with organic honey as I’m sure it will be infinitely healthier.

 

Find a source of rose hips, try to make sure at least 50% of them are ripe and squishy, as with all fruits the benificial compounds build up with ripeness.


Pick them with scissors and leather riggers gloves, otherwise you’ll be bleeding all over the shop. 
 

Get them home, simmer them down at a low temp to preserve terpenoids, in a pot with a small amount of water until they start to break apart. 
 

In the meantime heat a pot of sugar (1 3rd less weight than your weight of rose hips) with a small amount of water until it turns liquid clear. 
 

Pour your finished rosehip mixture into a sieve lined with muslin cloth held above your sugar syrup mixture. Let it drip for a while then use the back of a spoon to crush the remnants through the sieve.

 

Turn the heat up to a rolling boil for two minutes to make the sugar want to congeal, then turn the heat down to a low simmer to evaporate the remaining water off, also low temps preserve the flavonoids/terpenoids/ benificial compounds , which is what you want. 

When it starts to thicken up spoon it into sterilised jam jars, let them cool then pop them in the fridge. The next day you’ll have a few jars of tasty organic rosehip conserve to coo over. 
 

Might make a nice Xmas pressie too! 👍

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GB News Quotes on Thursday;

 

" Telegraph leading with the NHS are on high alert for flu outbreak "

 

" One of the worst outbreaks of the virus in recent years 

At the moment flu hospitalisations have actually overtaken covid 

So this is pretty big news ... data shows ... "

 

Q) " Is this a success story for covid? "

 

A) Leo .. " Covid was always just a bit of a flu really wasn't it? "

 

" There's not a huge amount in it 

The data shows there are now 6.76 per 100,000 people in England, compared to 6.61 per 100,000 for Covid 

It's um neck and neck 

but yeah in the past week we've gone from 966 to 1377 flu patients "

 

Q) Isn't this going to be the worst time Leo, since 2018?

 

A) Leo .. " yeah 'cause everybody's getting older and fatter And less healthy 

so they can't fight off the flu 😆

... So, we've had 2 winters of lockdown so people weren't out and about mingling and spreading the flu virus and also our immune systems became weak ... we've become weak little jelly fish people, in our living rooms watching Netflix, when we should've been out there licking handrails and fornicating. "

 

" When you add this to another story today ... " 

Leo continues; " There's been 10,000 more cancer deaths than would normally be expected this year so that's another price of Covid. Then you've got the strep A thing going on. Yep. We've also got delayed cognition in children cause they couldn't see peoples faces, so not learning to talk. There's so many, so many really negative impacts of lockdown. "

 

Now we're being told the figures of 911 calls, it's now got to the point where half of all calls are being abandoned cause people just can't wait any longer " 

 

 

 

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38 minutes ago, Observations said:

GB News Quotes on Thursday;

 

" Telegraph leading with the NHS are on high alert for flu outbreak "

 

" One of the worst outbreaks of the virus in recent years 

At the moment flu hospitalisations have actually overtaken covid 

So this is pretty big news ... data shows ... "

 

Q) " Is this a success story for covid? "

 

A) Leo .. " Covid was always just a bit of a flu really wasn't it? "

 

" There's not a huge amount in it 

The data shows there are now 6.76 per 100,000 people in England, compared to 6.61 per 100,000 for Covid 

It's um neck and neck 

but yeah in the past week we've gone from 966 to 1377 flu patients "

 

Q) Isn't this going to be the worst time Leo, since 2018?

 

A) Leo .. " yeah 'cause everybody's getting older and fatter And less healthy 

so they can't fight off the flu 😆

... So, we've had 2 winters of lockdown so people weren't out and about mingling and spreading the flu virus and also our immune systems became weak ... we've become weak little jelly fish people, in our living rooms watching Netflix, when we should've been out there licking handrails and fornicating. "

 

" When you add this to another story today ... " 

Leo continues; " There's been 10,000 more cancer deaths than would normally be expected this year so that's another price of Covid. Then you've got the strep A thing going on. Yep. We've also got delayed cognition in children cause they couldn't see peoples faces, so not learning to talk. There's so many, so many really negative impacts of lockdown. "

 

Now we're being told the figures of 911 calls, it's now got to the point where half of all calls are being abandoned cause people just can't wait any longer " 

 

 

 

 

Yeah, right. Sure. Nothing to do with the you-know-what  🙄

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I finally got round to watching the documentary "The Real Anthony Fauci" very much recommended viewing, PCR tests, no proof of virus causing illness symptoms etc, media perpetuating the same narrative. This same tool has been used before but instead of it being intravenous drug users and the gay community covid19 could affect anyone, just as silent. Just as symptomless at times, long incubation period. Media panic media panic media panic.

Highly recommended, I hear the book is good too!

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On 12/14/2022 at 7:18 AM, Morpheus said:

worth a watch 

 

 

 

 

On 12/14/2022 at 10:06 AM, HAARPING_On said:

While I haven’t been the biggest fan of Dr John Campbell over the covid period, this is the only footage I can find of this recent debate in parliament and speech by Andrew Bridgen MP, who has been one of the few who has shown his support for the vaccine injured and bereaved.

 

 

Some important comments at the end of the speech worth noting:

 

“There needs to be an immediate and complete suspension of any more covid vaccines and the use of mRNA technology...”

 

“Silence on this issue is more contagious than the virus itself”

 

“The mRNA vaccines are not safe, they are not effective, and they are not necessary.”

 

“I implore the government to halt their use immediately...  and as I’ve demonstrated and the data clearly shows, the government's current policy on the mRNA vaccines is on the wrong side of medical ethics, it’s on the wrong side of scientific data, and ultimately Madam Deputy Speaker, it will be on the wrong side of history.”

 

This man deserves credit and support for what he is doing here, but with “very convenient timing” it appears he is about to be suspended from parliament for failing to adhere to parliamentary guidelines elsewhere... is he being set up for a fall so that he can be effectively sidelined and enabling the truth be covered up?

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-63498136

https://www.gbnews.uk/news/tory-mp-andrew-bridgen-should-be-suspended-from-commons-over-rule-breach-standards-committee-says/383317

 

I understand that this “suspension” issue is over a month ago but wonder if it is being used as leverage on him raising controversial issues in the immediate future.

 

 

 

On 12/14/2022 at 8:40 PM, SimonTV said:

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Excellent 10 minute interview with Andrew Bridgen

Richard Tice show on Talkradio 

11.30 am approx - Sunday 18/12/22

 

The things he said out loud. Look I know it's all ... y'know ..., but many crucial things were actually said today ... end the vaccines ... why are they still on emergency, when we are not in an emergency ... and many many more points ... 

 

I can't wait to hear it again on YouTube or ... 

 

( I've found it harder to get catchup since they changed from talkradio to talktv )

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1 hour ago, TheConsultant said:

I finally got round to watching the documentary "The Real Anthony Fauci" very much recommended viewing, PCR tests, no proof of virus causing illness symptoms etc, media perpetuating the same narrative. This same tool has been used before but instead of it being intravenous drug users and the gay community covid19 could affect anyone, just as silent. Just as symptomless at times, long incubation period. Media panic media panic media panic.

Highly recommended, I hear the book is good too!

 

I posted a link to the book a while ago 😉 ...

 

 

 

 

 

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21 minutes ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

Once the temperature goes up tomorrow UK, jabbed peoples metabolism and cells will get more active, so more sudden deaths. Just watch☠️

 

I am more concerned about the over 50s zombing around at the supermarket shedding their recent booster bioweapon. A lot of the small shops have poor ventilation. Walking in there after some of these jab zombies have spent an hour buying 3 items can't be great for the immune system. 

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22 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

There's a bit of work involved in foraging and then preparing but rosehips are higher in vitamin C than lemons. Raw, organic honey can be used to make rosehip syrup which can be used daily in winter months as a preventative.

 

Elderberry syrup is very potent and can be taken when a sniffle or cough comes on. It too can be mixed with raw, organic honey. Makes nice wine too. Studies even claim it beats H1N1:

Elderberry flavonoids bind to and prevent H1N1 infection in vitro

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19682714/

 

Just be sure not to chop the tree down for firewood, once you've picked its fruit, as it invites bad spirits

I've been making elderberry rob every autumn for decades. Excellent stuff for colds and flu.

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4 hours ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

That’s the dark berries right? I usually chop so many of the flowers during summer for elderflower cordial that I hardly have any berries around. Will leave them next year for a medical harvest. 
 

Got kilos of rose hips to come they’re hardly even ripe yet, plus the freezing temps have preserved the ripe ones. Better get picking when it thaws. Nice bit of rose hip jam🤒 but you’ve got to sift out the fibres with muslin cloth. Made that mistake before. Not good as they get stuck in you’re throat and cause all sorts of problems. 

Rosehips definitely better after a frost. Be very careful with the seeds and hairs, we used to make itching powder from them when I was a kid. Nasty stuff.

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3 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

 

I am more concerned about the over 50s zombing around at the supermarket shedding their recent booster bioweapon. A lot of the small shops have poor ventilation. Walking in there after some of these jab zombies have spent an hour buying 3 items can't be great for the immune system. 

I know, even thinking about donning a mask next time I visit a store…. But I just can’t….. mainly because masks contain hydrogel, which contains caesium 137. it’s not just the over 50s though, shedding is shown to be happening 4 to5 months after jab, but can’t tell if the young are obeying their booster orders. 
 

These old people just stand there behind you in the checkout que coughing and hacking and you think “I’m fucked. How did life get like this?” 

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1 minute ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

I know, even thinking about donning a mask next time I visit a store…. But I just can’t….. mainly because masks contain hydrogel, which contains caesium 137. it’s not just the over 50s though, shedding is shown to be happening 4 to5 months after jab, but can’t tell if the young are obeying their booster orders. 
 

These old people just stand there behind you in the checkout que coughing and hacking and you think “I’m fucked. How did life get like this?” 

 

If they are over 60 I try my best to keep my distance. They are likely boosted up and flu misted up. 

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7 minutes ago, k_j_evans said:

Rosehips definitely better after a frost. Be very careful with the seeds and hairs, we used to make itching powder from them when I was a kid. Nasty stuff.

Itching powder!?! I wondered why my throat was so inflamed the first time I made and ate it, without straining the fibres. Duh! Very important to do the right research when dealing with Mother Nature. Never made the same mistake twice though…. 

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9 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

 

If they are over 60 I try my best to keep my distance. They are likely boosted up and flu misted up. 

 

Maybe I should make a T shirt with "YOU'LL BE FINE. I'M UNVAXXED"  on the front and ..... on the back .... "I'll be fine. I'm unvaxxed"

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2 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

 

If they are over 60 I try my best to keep my distance. They are likely boosted up and flu misted up. 

Christ it’s like everyone is a fully tech-ed up platform for deep state experimental technology. Humming away with insidious biotech, if you told them the truth they’d say “it’s good for you boy o! There’s too many people on the planet anyway!” 

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47 minutes ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

Honestly you should get them made. Please send me one too😋

 

I'll have to leave mass production to someone else, I'm afraid. I have barely enough dinero to pay my energy bill and go to a foodbank once a week.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oh well ! Never mind !

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