What WiFi does to cress. Imagine what it does to your brain? Imagine what it will do to our food supply when the far more powerful 5G is rolled out across the panet?
If you find yourself forgetting more than usual, or you sometimes feel like your mind is not as sharp as it once was, you might want to take a look inside your medicine cabinet.
Older people in particular are being advised to avoid some common over-the-counter medications, as evidence piles up of their connection to thinking problems and memory loss.
A study by the Indiana University School of Medicine, published in JAMA Neurology, used brain scans to explore the impact of some common medications on brain metabolism and atrophy in 451 participants. Among this group, 60 people were taking one or more medications that have medium or high anticholinergic activity.
To reach their conclusions, the researchers used PETs to measure brain metabolism, MRIs to scan brain structure, and a series of cognitive and memory tests.
They found that those patients who were taking the anticholinergic drugs registered worse performances on the tests than older patients who did not take this type of drug. Some of the areas where performance declines were noted included planning, verbal reasoning, short-term memory and problem solving.
Perhaps even more alarmingly, the MRIs showed that those who took the drugs had smaller brain volume and bigger ventricles.
In addition, they had lower levels of glucose metabolism in their brains in general, and in the hippocampus in particular, which is the area of the brain responsible for memory, and is commonly affected in the early stages of Alzheimer’s.
A very different take on birds and animals…
Let’s say you are the president of a country that has been very successfully trading with your major trading partner and built up huge reserves in that country’s currency. This is both an asset, because you can buy things with it and a liability, because that other country can print lots more currency, thus devaluing what you have.
If you stick it in the bank it earns very modest interest and devalues with inflation and has the large downside of dramatic devaluation with dramatic inflation in your trading partner’s currency. And considering your trading partner is spending more than they are earning, that is on the cards.
If you dump that currency it will quickly become worthless. A not-so-attractive option.
If you buy precious metals with it that is some hedge against devaluation but no income stems from it. Also an unattractive option.
Or, if you got bright you could look around the planet and start buying up income producing assets af lasting value. Things like shipping ports, airports, livestock and crop farms, dairies, wineries and now hospitals.
You could also lend it to other countries for them to do with what they wished knowing full well that if they defaulted on their loans you could legally acquire some assets of that country to expiate the debt.
This is all very well if the country about which we are talking has a benign leadership. But if they are a beligerant neighbour, known to invade and subsume their less powerful neighbours by relocating their own citizens to their neighbour’s land and forcefully removing the citizens of their neighbour inside their own borders, to conduct trade espionage and steal tade secrets, suppress minority groups and religions, conduct state sponsored organ harvesting on live citizens then we have a potentially huge problem.
Then I learned that years ago they announced plans to relocate 300 million of their citizens to African countries to which they have loaned money and we start to see the pieces of a world domination plan fall into place.
Given the growth of antibiotic resistant bacteria and the fact that pharmacological antibiotic can disrupt the gut for up to two years, it pays to bone up on the alternatives!
Gulf War Syndrome: Documents Prove UK and US Military Personnel were Injected with Untested Vaccines
As Christina England was writing this expose the past week, Polly Tommey, one of the producers and part of the VAXXED film team, filmed an interview with Sherrie Saunders, a former military medic and now whistleblower regarding military vaccines.
Sherrie discovered that the animal protein in the anthrax vaccine was causing Gulf War syndrome in some soldiers, some who even died. When she reported it to her commander, she got a visit from someone in Washington, D.C. and was told to keep quiet about it.
She is no longer keeping quiet. Listen to this interview which is going viral on the Internet:
Remember a few years back all that fuss about the bird flu? Seems there was more than a little fishy about it.
And with FAR fewer side effects! But as a very important total obliteration of ADHD, the inventer of it admitted it is a made up disease. Not to say that kids don’t experience short attention span, distractions and inabilities to learn but most of these disappear when sugar, artificial colours, flavours and preservatives are removed from the diet!
Go to Natural News and search for Saffron for more details.
Sad, angry, nay outraged of this barbaric and evil act. Most people’s depression can resolved with merely a daily walk and some nutrients. Whatever happened to “do no harm”?
I’ve said for years it is dangerous and destructive to see a psychiatrist. Seems to be getting that way to see a GP they are so inculcated into the big pHarma drug culture.
Apparently the two most dangerous things you can do are to help people and to tell the truth in the face of popularly held false beliefs. I have been gulity of both.
I had an amusing phone call this morning from a low toned individual. It’s interesting how low toned individuals try to bring you down but if you know the laws of life and universes you can take it as a compliment!
I share this for those friends (too many to tag) on my communication lines who are on the front lines battling lies and ignorance so you can take a win when someone tries to invalidate you.
The gentleman who called me this morning said, “We’re on a different wavelength.” and hung up.
He did not introduce himself. (Ill mannered)
He was not specific on his point of disagreement. (Suppressive)
He did not give me the opportunity to respond. (Low confront)
So he was rude in not introducing himself, a coward on not wanting to identify himself and not allowing time for a response and wanting to be destructive by virtue of being someone who is not specific and wants to put others in mystery (the bottom of hte scale).
So his only product was to make me feel validated for being on a different wavelength to and threrefore unlike him!
Have a great day, truth-tellers!