Author: ProfKeith

Mistletoe as Iscador

Did you know that Iscador (homeopathic preparation of mistletoe) is the most commonly prescribed oncological drug in Germany? Actually, according to the Wikipedia entry, some 60% of all oncological treatments in central Europe include some form of mistletoe. You probably didn’t know that. Any inconvenient truths are suppressed by the US medical mafia and their media allies. They cling here to the feeble obsession that the US way is the “only way” and by inference, therefore the correct way. Of course this has more to do with protecting profits than any subsumed moral or scientific right. But it’s curious, isn’t it, that all humble and inexpensive treatments are “bad”, “unproven” or even “dangerous”! Iscador was originally introduced by German philosopher, educationalist and healer Rudolph Steiner (1861- 1925). Steiner went on to found a whole healing system called anthroposophic medicine—literally “human-loving”. Iscador is actually a lactobacillus-fermented extract of the European mistletoe plant, Viscum album and is available here in the USA, by prescription, as the drug Iscar. None of what is written here applies to the American mistletoe, Phoradendron serotinum (we just don’t know). Mistletoe colorful history Do you know why we kiss under the mistletoe at Christmas? Millennia ago, in the days of the Druids in Europe, Yule was a highly celebrated event (it survives as our Christmas, which has nothing to do with Jesus’ supposed birthday). The drink...

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Cell phone protection and good blood results

It’s never ending. Whatever the phoney scientists want to claim about safety, there is no doubt that many people suffer extreme electrical and magnetic sensitivity, brought on by being drenched in microwave radiation from cell phones and the antennas. If you haven’t seen my blog yet showing 24 hours of cell-phone use is equivalent to 1,600 chest x-rays in dose, then it’s time you got this info. Wise up! Here’s the link. The GOOD NEWS is that we can at least partially protect ourselves. There are lots of devices which claim to offer protection. Now a protector I have featured in my teleseminar series has got some great blood tests to back it up. The device is called the Cell Phone Guardian and their site is here: Take me to the Cell Phone Guardian page See those photographs of blood changes, which have been sworn in affidavit as being authentic. You MUST get one of these devices, they are brilliant. They have other good stuff too. I sit on the protective mat at my computer and simply couldn’t work without it. It’s GREAT for long distance driving too. Cell Phone...

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Are antioxidants bad for cancer patients?

You may have heard that taking antioxidants while undergoing chemo and radiation will harm your survival. So the majority of oncologists claim. It’s all cut and dried; there is scientific “proof” (they say). Rot. Let me tell you what all this is based on. A major study entitled "Beta-Carotene and Alpha-Tocopherol Chemoprevention of Second Primary Malignancies in Head and Neck Cancer Patients", was published in 2005, which started the row. It was bad science, which is why it got off on the wrong foot. The lead author was Isabelle Bairati. The study was sponsored by the National Cancer Institute of Canada (NCIC) and took place at Laval University in Quebec. Bairati and her team purportedly found that antioxidants beta-carotene and vitamin E did indeed reduce the unpleasant side effects of chemo and radiation treatment—but at a price: it seemed that the supplements reduced the effectiveness of the treatment. Survival times were reduced, they said. Well the nutriphobic oncologists jumped on this and widely trumpeted that all supplements, in all conditions, with all treatments were BAD. This is not what the study actually showed but their hooting response was inevitable. However—it didn’t stop there. The Bairati team (who I infer were not in any way incompetent) actually corrected their position in 2008, with a second paper entitled "Should Supplemental Antioxidant Administration Be Avoided During Chemotherapy and Radiation Therapy?" (Journal of...

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The G-spot is real and it’s official

The fabled G-spot, the oh-so-sensitive part of the anterior vaginal wall that thrills women to orgasm does really seem to exist. But (and it’s a BIG but), it seems only about 30% of women have one! Emmanuele Jannini, who is male by the way, at the University of L’Aquila in Italy (it had to be Italy, I guess) studied a small group of women. Bottom line (hey, I’m a guy): what he found was that the lucky women have a thickened patch on the anterior vaginal wall, which could be detected with fancy ultrasound equipment. Those without this patch had never had vaginal orgasms. Five out of eight with a clear “G-spot” (shouldn’t that really be “V-spot” or maybe even “O-spot”?) did have regular vaginal orgasms*. What’s more the other three were easily trained to develop it and started having vaginal orgasms. The “have-nots” could not learn vaginal orgasms and so had to make do with clitoral ones. Those are not bad from what I hear! (the sounds she makes; get it?) So the myth is both true and not true. Male lovers should try to establish which group their partners falls in. If she has the real thing, it could save a lot of contortions, trying to reach the clitoris at the same time as having penetrative intercourse. *Kidding aside, the G-spot is named after Ernst Gräfenberg, a...

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Do You Take Methamphetamine, Angel Dust, Cocaine And Ecstasy?

Do You Take Methamphetamine, “Angel Dust”, Cocaine And Ecstasy? Yes You Do—All Of Them! Illicit Drugs Detected in Wastewater Let us sidestep, for the moment, the inconvenient truth that you swallow other people’s urine every day (as re-cycled sewage water). What’s much worse is you swallow their pills and drugs. That’s medical drugs and street drugs. You swallow these substances every day. Methamphetamine is the most concentrated illicit drug found in U.S. wastewater. If you don’t believe me, then believe a new study by researcher Jennifer Field, PhD, and colleagues at Oregon State University. They found methamphetamine in the water supply of five of the seven municipalities checked at the highest levels yet found anywhere in the world. The five cities that flushed the most meth were in the Western and Southern regions of the U.S. Among the study’s other findings: Cocaine was found in all seven municipalities, although concentrations were much lower than methamphetamine concentrations. Concentrations were similar to those seen in previous studies, all in European cities. Ecstasy (MDMA) was detected in five of the seven municipalities. MDA (methylenedioxyamphetamine, a psychedelic amphetamine) was detected in three of the seven municipalities. Ketamine, used both legally and illegally, was found in two municipalities. PCP ("angel dust," phencyclidine) was found in only one municipality. No LSD could be detected in any of the seven cities. Hydrocodone, oxycodone, and methadone, which...

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