Category Archives: A Spoonful of Sugar
America’s Adderall shortage deepens…
“A Spoonful of Medicine makes the Medicine go Down…” – and there was a reason for this category on this site…
WARNING: The purpose of this post – is NOT to promote Adderall or any drug at all – but there were reasons that these drugs were given to our students as far back as the 1960’s. Back in those days, students were beginning to be labelled for not showing enough interest in what and how edjoocachun was being conducted… many students were showing signs of boredom and hence were being labelled as ADHD – Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Back in the day – schools were being awarded funding of about $450.00 per month – PER student – to label students as such – and the public school system was then able to hire “Special” counselors to deal with those type children. Do you believe that things have changed in America?
In my case, I became so ‘bored’ that by the end of the third week of my Senior year of High School – I walked out and chose to join the military. WHY? Because – yes – I had become so bored with the early days of the baby-sitting mentality. It was becoming ‘mind-control‘ and there was no longer a challenge in the form that many of my mentor’s had spent so many years teaching us. Mrs. King, Mrs. Otis (she was HOT) – and my main mentor – the teacher whom this site has been dedicated to – Donald Adair.
If the system is trying to con your students into more drugs – get them OUT – NOW! ~ Jeffrey Bennett, Editor (Continue to FULL presentation…)
Loudon: Death by Candy, Sodas, Cookies, and Ice Cream
Sweets are a treat. Or are they a nemesis? I just read a publication that sugar not only contributes to obesity and diabetes; but also to many other diseases such as cardiovascular disease and possibly cancer. Sugar is been listed in some journals as a neurotoxin and/or carcinogen. In other words, many sugar eaters die from strokes, heart attacks, diabetes, many other cardiovascular diseases, and cancer.
Many people in the U.S., Canada, and England know that sugar is not good for health; but still keep eating a daily per capita sugar consumption of 22 teaspoons per day or each person eats 120 pounds of sugar per year. This statistic has been keeping steady for many years and does not seem to be lowering any.
Sugar not only leads to obesity, but it is estimated that over 35 percent of the people in the U.S., Canada, and England are overweight, have elevated blood sugar, excess Candida albicans yeast/fungus, and are candidates for Type II diabetes mellitus. Continue reading
MURDER They Wrote!
GENOCIDE: FDA officially authorizes covid vaccines for children as young as 6 months
On June 17, 2022, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted emergency authorization (EUA) for Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” to be injected into babies as young as six months old.
“This is a crime against humanity to destroy the natural immunity of infants with experimental products that have proven to be dangerous and useless.”
“When they blatantly tell you that your children must be sacrificed to bring about their new world order, that is when debate must turn into rage,” added another… (Continue to full article)
Big Ag tries to bully WEAK Biden regime: Calls for retraction on opinion linking Roundup (glyphosate) to cancer
Bayer, the new owner of the Roundup (glyphosate) formula formerly owned by Monsanto, is challenging a decision by the U.S> Department of Justice (DoJ) to not review a decision by the courts acknowledging the fact that Roundup causes cancer.
After the DoJ announced that there is “no sound reason” for the high court to review Bayer’s loss in nationwide Roundup cancer litigation, Bayer along with a coalition of large agricultural companies and groups shot back with calls for Joe Biden to arbitrarily withdraw the DoJ’s opinion.
Bayer acquired Monsanto in 2018 and also took on a litany of legal cases centering around the company’s Roundup formula causing non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL)… (Continue to full article)
Consumer groups increase pressure on Home Depot, Lowe’s to stop selling cancer-causing glyphosate weedkillers
For nearly a decade, consumer groups and the general public have petitioned America’s two largest home improvement chains, Lowe’s and Home Depot, to stop selling glyphosate-based herbicide products such as Roundup because they cause cancer. Because nothing has happened as of yet, some groups are upping the ante with added pressure.
Home Depot, the nation’s number-one home improvement retailer, received a similar message. Backed by 124 other organizations, including SumOfUs, Beyond Pesticides, the Center for Food Safety, Green America, Herbicide Free Campus, Toxic Free NC, and Kids Right to Know, FoE is demanding immediate action… (Continue to full article)
Big Pharma facing class-action lawsuit over allegedly cancer-causing heartburn drug Zantac
Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline and other drug companies are now facing class-action lawsuits from individuals who developed cancer after taking Zantac. The drug was found to be contaminated with a chemical that can cause cancer.
Two years ago, many outlets reported that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an immediate recall of the drug ranitidine, best known by its brand name Zantac.. (Continue to full article)
Mass COVID-19 vaccination is a deadly and unscientific policy that will cause surge in cancer rates, warns pathologist
America’s mass Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination programs are poor and unscientific policy decisions that will lead to surges in cancer rates among the vaccinated.
This is according to Dr. Ryan Cole, a board-certified and expert pathologist trained at the Mayo Clinic. Cole was among the first physicians in the United States to openly warn about how the COVID-19 vaccines may be associated with serious health risks, such as an elevated risk of developing cancer, which he observed in his patients… (Continue to full article)
Warraich: Medicine needs to do right by patients prescribed opioids
As a medical student, the prism of pain helped me begin seeing patients as people — discerning their stories, examining their bodies, understanding their lives, and more. In medical schools around the world, the first simulated patient students encounter to emulate the rituals and mannerisms of medicine is someone in pain. Yet chronic pain, particularly the kind not emanating from a broken bone or an inflamed appendix, seemed like a distant, hazy concept for me.
That changed when, one day while exercising, I heard a loud click in my back and the metal bar I was holding with 200 pounds of weights came crashing down on my chest, pinning me to the bench. Continue reading
How It Is That Family Members Can Be the Last Ones to Listen to Reason and Wisdom, and Why
(They have a harder time taking your knowledge seriously because they knew you before you had knowledge… and they want to follow a media created “authority”)
My sister is a nurse. So is her husband. Both were among the first to receive this gene “therapy.” I guess because they want to believe they did the right thing, they have become vocal proponents parroting the completely owned MSM’s message with a mix of their nurse’s jargon. They use words like “manage,” “protocol” and “variant” and think they know what they’re talking about. They never question where these protocols come from.
With regard to health matters, I gave up on my sister years ago. She’s all about drugs; it’s the world she swims in. I tried a few times to help her see the light about staying out of the way of our bodies’ wisdom, and the profit/other motives around patented “medicine,” but to no avail. I couldn’t compete with her big-pharma-financed education that drugs/surgery are the only answers for what ails us. Her mindset is one of, “finding the right med in the right dose to match the symptom.” It sounds like your daughter had a more open mind than my sister, and was likely threatened if she didn’t comply. Continue reading
Battling skin cancer: Vitamin D may be used to boost anti-tumor activity
British researchers have found that vitamin D helps fight a serious form of skin cancer known as melanoma. In a study published in the journal Cancer Research, they reported that increasing vitamin D levels can help suppress a signaling pathway linked to the growth and spread of melanoma cells. Continue reading
“There is no such thing as an antidepressant”
UCLA Professor Exposes Big Pharma & Big Politics
Below is a brief clip from of David Cohen, a professor and Associate Dean for Research and Development of at the Luskin School of Social Work, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). His research focuses on psychoactive drugs (prescribed, licit, and illicit) and their desirable and undesirable effects as socio-cultural phenomena “constructed” through language, policy, attitudes, and social interactions.
He has conducted research on the side effects of psychiatric medications and on withdrawal. Public and private institutions in the U.S., Canada, and France have funded him to conduct clinical-neuropsychological studies, qualitative investigations, and epidemiological surveys of patients, professionals, and the general population. Continue reading
Top 10 hypocritical SCHOOL RULES during Covid
Although Covid is no worse than the flu, the latter of which has suddenly disappeared from existence in America, students and school faculty alike who are attending “in-person” are forced to endure all the stupidity and idiocy that comes with quarantining the healthy. There’s a reason every student and teacher in America must wear a mask to school, and it’s not about Covid safety — in fact, it has nothing to do with Covid protection at all. This is very shocking to most people, especially those who believe that our entire medical system is designed to help you. Continue reading
A depression pill from 70 years ago could be used to treat prostate cancer
An antidepressant from the Fifties could treat prostate cancer and reduce side-effects of other treatments.
Results of a small trial suggest that the drug phenelzine, which treats depression (by altering levels of brain chemicals that regulate mood) can shrink tumours in men whose prostate cancer has returned.
Phenelzine had fewer side-effects than conventional hormone therapy, which treats the cancer by reducing levels of testosterone — the hormone fuels the growth of cancerous cells. Continue reading
The Clown or the Joker: Which will it be – for YOU?
Salicylates and Pandemic Influenza Mortality, 1918–1919 Pharmacology, Pathology, and Historic Evidence
It is 100 years later and what do we find? Maybe similarities to the Pandemic of 2020. Extremely well researched and although it may not help you in your quest toward Your Good Health, you should find the lessons of interest – and maybe even some answers to the similarities of the modern day issues. ~ Ed.
~ Abstract ~
The high case-fatality rate—especially among young adults—during the 1918–1919 influenza pandemic is incompletely understood. Although late deaths showed bacterial pneumonia, early deaths exhibited extremely “wet,” sometimes hemorrhagic lungs. The hypothesis presented herein is that aspirin contributed to the incidence and severity of viral pathology, bacterial infection, and death, because physicians of the day were unaware that the regimens (8.0–31.2 g per day) produce levels associated with hyperventilation and pulmonary edema in 33% and 3% of recipients, respectively. Recently, pulmonary edema was found at autopsy in 46% of 26 salicylate-intoxicated adults. Experimentally, salicylates increase lung fluid and protein levels and impair mucociliary clearance. In 1918, the US Surgeon General, the US Navy, and the Journal of the American Medical Association recommended use of aspirin just before the October death spike. If these recommendations were followed, and if pulmonary edema occurred in 3% of persons, a significant proportion of the deaths may be attributable to aspirin. ~ Editor
Health & Wellness: From the days of Old
Italian Study Shows Hydroxychloroquine Works vs COVID-19
New research suggests that hydroxychloroquine works to reduce the risk of death by 30% in hospitalized patients. Confused? We don’t blame you
We have been caught in a drug war. This has nothing to do with cartels, turf battles or addictive chemicals. This is a war of words about hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), a really old malaria drug being repurposed to treat the coronavirus. When we first started writing about treatments for COVID-19 in March, we were intrigued by preliminary in vitro (test-tube) data. It appeared to us that hydroxychloroquine works by interfering with viral replication. That was the first hint that this medication might be helpful against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Continue reading
Gag me. Gag me, I wanna take a rope and…