Another Vaccine Conspiracy Uncovered

High Profile Vaccine Conspiracy Exposed

There seems to be a lot of these going on recently and we should be grateful that we have whistle blowers that report these types of monstrosity in our society.  This time vaccine conspiracy for HPV (see definition below).  The reality is that we live in a world where most of the major industries—agriculture, banking, energy, health and media, telecommunications—are controlled by a few dominant “international” corporations which use their wealth, influence and lobbying power to further their own interests at the expense of “we the people”. Thus, government officials no longer represent the people; instead, they represent those special interests that put them and keep them in power.

Read the whole story by Catherine J. Frompovich of The Daily Sheeple on the questionable safety behind vaccines.

As a researcher who’s been tracking vaccine issues, including scientific hijinks, since the 1980s, I cannot express what a pleasure it is to report the following unfolding vaccine geo-political drama. This alleged conspiratorial action is about the fourth or fifth one to break into daylight.

Read more on the Global Vaccine Conspiracy.

HPV Treatment & Possible Cures

If you’re not familiar with HPV, here’s a good description from Biogetica and promises a Homeopathic Remedy that eliminates symptoms for good.

Human Papilloma virus (HPV) infects the skin and mucous membranes of humans. There are around 120 types of HPV. More than 40 of these HPV types are typically transmitted through sexual contact. It is also spread by skin contact. Most HPV infections do not show any manifestations, even though they are present in the body. Such dormant infections can get activated at any point when there is a drop in immunity. Even in the dormant state it may be transmitted to another individual.

Mandatory GMO-Free Labeling in Florida

We Could All Use More of GMO-Free Labeling in Our Foods

Wouldn’t it be nice if all GMO foods have labels on them? In fact there are over 64 countries already require GMO-Free labeling as a law, while some parts of North America, including the state of Florida are still in the dark when it comes to what’s inside the food  we eat and they’re finally taking a stand.  Aside from spending a lot time researching for foods that are non GMO, I’ve also switched other products such as scented soy candles that offer GMO-free alternatives.

What exactly is GMO and what can I do about it?

For those of you who are unfamiliar with GMO, I think it’s time for you to become educated of this heinous practice (if it’s not already obvious, I’m very anti-GMO).  Here’s the definition from Wikipedia.

A genetically modified organism (GMO) is any organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques (i.e. genetically engineered organism). GMOs are the source of medicines and genetically modified foods and are also widely used in scientific research and to produce other goods.

Read this article by Christina Sarich from Natural Society

Due to the efforts of thousands in a grassroots campaign, as well as the actions of Senator Maria Sachs and Representative Vasilinda who started a campaign 3 years ago, 3 GMO labeling bills are being put forth in Florida – Senate bills SB 1700 and SB 1708, and House bill HB 1369.

Polls report that ‘9 of 10’ people in the U.S. want to know what’s in their food, while 64 other countries already require GMO labeling. Yet we’re still struggling to achieve the right to know exactly what we’re consuming. With the DARK ACT and TTIP threatening food security and transparency, biotech giants like Monsanto and others in the biotech industry have been trying to keep everyone clueless about what’s in the food.

But as Vermont has proven, we can rise from the defeat of California’s Proposition 37 – a low point for the anti-GMO movement.

To support these bills, since we know that the biotech industry and organizations like the Grocery Manufacturer’s Association already have their henchmen trying to defeat them, consider calling to ask your Senator to co-sponsor SB 1700 and SB 1708 today!

You can say:

I am calling to request that Senator ___________ co-sponsor Senate Bill 1700 & 1708, the genetically engineered food labeling bill, introduced by Senator Sachs, because we have the right to know what’s in the food we feed our families.

To read the full article, visit the News Site.



Pesticides Kill Off Honeybees

The Decline of Honeybees Linked to Pesticides

I’m a big fan of honey and I mean the raw, organic, unpasteurized and unfiltered honey available at Whole Foods Stores not the genetically modified type, helps keep the good bacteria flourishing in the body and provides natural antioxidants. Furthermore, this type of honey “plays vital a role in regulating insulin, managing a fever, easing digestion, alleviating allergies and can even help treat urinary tract infections” according to

Now imagine a world without bees or honey? Most of us can’t but that may be where we’re heading if we don’t protect them by allowing farmers to continually use dangerous pesticides which can ultimately impact our food supply. Sure there are benefits to using certain amounts and types of pesticides but these are becoming more rare than ever before so it’s up to us to make the conscious effort to take a stand and voice our concerns to our government representatives in this matter.  Here’s an article Jennifer Lea Reynolds that delves into the adverse effects of using dangerous pesticides and how they’re killing off honeybees.

(NaturalNews) As if we need another reason to be very concerned about the harms of pesticides, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has come out with its first scientific risk assessment study[PDF] which explains just how detrimental they may be. The agency studied neonicotinoids – a specific class of pesticides – and assessed their impact on bees in particular.(1)

By now, most people are aware that bees are vital to a flourishing food supply. Without them, a great majority of our food would be jeopardized. As it currently stands, about one-third of the human diet comes from plants that are insect-pollinated. When you consider that the honeybee is responsible for 80 percent of that pollination, it’s important to be cognizant of what’s happening in their world, that will either hinder or help their population. Unfortunately, it appears that the key word in that sentence is “hinder,” since dangerous pesticides are a great threat to honeybees.(1)

Although the study makes it clear that “Multiple factors can influence the strength and survival of bees whether they are solitary or social,” it is obvious that neonicotinoid pesticides are jeopardizing the honeybee population. For example, the EPA’s assistant administrator for chemical safety and pollution prevention, Jim Jones, noted that the pesticide, imidacloprid, which is the most common neonicotinoid, can be detrimental. Over 25 parts per billion of that chemical is the magic number; if nectar brought back to the hive from worker bees exceeds that amount – which it has – Jones says that “there’s a significant effect,” that can lead to less honey, fewer bees, and “a less robust hive.”(1)

To read the full article click on the story posted on What’s Your Cloud.

Image courtesy of Natural News.

Soy Candles Are a Great Alternative to Big Box Stores Candle

Why I Switched From Ikea Candles to Soy Candles?

It goes without saying that candles come along with a very rich history that dates all the way back to biblical times. Candles were used prior to the invention of electricity and they were used as the only light source for many years. Today, even with the use of electricity, candles are still very popular. The original candles were made from coconut oil, palm oil, olive oil and beeswax. However, a lot of the candles that you will find today are made from paraffin wax.

While they are popular, once I realized that the Ikea Candles (as well as those from other big box stores) that I’ve using all these years are made of paraffin wax, I was shocked. I quickly learned that the raw material that is used with paraffin candles is actually a by-product of crude oil (yuck). In natural form, this is a very unattractive sludge that is gray-black in color. In order to make it usable, the paraffin will have to be bleached and solidified with the addition of a chemical that is a known carcinogenic called acrolyn.

These chemicals make the candles both unfriendly to the environment and a potential danger to our health when we burn these candles in our homes. Second, when they are burned, the soot can lead to a number of respiratory issues that will include allergies, asthma and other complications. Burning paraffin candles can also result in a lot of harmful by-products such as acetone, benzene and acetaldehyde.

Once I realized this harmful toxin that’s lingering in my home, I immediately researched for a better option and that’s when I learned that Soy candles are a viable option over paraffin candles for a number of reasons. The candles are made from only 100% soy from soy beans with no additional fillers or additives. This makes them classified as a renewable resource and completely environmentally friendly. Second, the soy candles will burn at a lower temperature and a lot slower than other candles. This will not only increase the burn time, but you also have a reduction in the residue that could be left behind. This residue is also biodegradable, unlike you would get from paraffin wax candles.

In addition, soy candles are also going to give off a lot less soot when compared to paraffin. As a matter of fact, 90% less soot is given off, which makes them a lot healthier when you are using the candles in an enclosed space. Your room is going to be able to remain soot free and clean. Because of all of these reasons, it is easy to see exactly why soy candles are a much better option than paraffin candles in your home.

There are a few companies that offer scented soy candles which we found to offer a more natural and less riskier option. One of which is Skore Candle, a Canadian-based manufacturer that offers top of the range natural ingredients from all the major manufacturers and suppliers throughout the US and Canada. To learn more about the company, click on their profile page.

Their products have or guarantee the following core advantages:

  • 100% Pure-Soybean Wax candles
  • High Quality, Lead Free Pure Cotton Core Wicks
  • Absolutely 0% Petroleum, Paraffin or By-products
  • Zero Additive and Zero Dye for super-clean optimum burns
  • Fragrances that contain no Phthalates; Kosher & Vegan-Certified Fragrances
  • No animal tested products and properly-sourced components I ordered their Lavender Field Soy Candle and I was amazed at how much I enjoyed the subtle scents of this candle which reminded me of the lavender fields that we’ve visited many years ago in the Okanagan Valley. I liked that the scent was not overpowering and it actually lasted a long time compared to the ones I buy from the stores. They also offer a wide range of scents including Blueberry Cobbler, Citrus Burst and my personal favorite Lemongrass.

Are Aerosol Sprays Safe to Use?

What Makes Aerosol Sprays Dangerous?

Aerosol sprays put out fluid droplets that get formed through a process that is known as atomization, which is dispersed in a gaseous form. The sprays are made through a spray nozzle and are used to help distribute liquids over a large surface area. Sprays are often used in cosmetics, agriculture, industry, insecticides and painting.  It can be used for a wide number of purposes including painting surfaces, steel production, mining precious metals including gold, killing insects. Not to mention the production of beverages and foods, gas turbines, electrical power generation, burning fuels in jets, cleaning surfaces and so much more.

Aerosols are a substance that contain small insoluble particles that are sent out through other substances like liquids or gas. They can either be artificial or natural in nature. The natural aerosols include geyser streams, forest exudates and fog. Artificial aerosol includes air pollutants, dust particles, smoke and haze. Aerosols are usually used for calibrating measuring instruments, testing, research, sampling, air fresheners, respiratory sickness treatment, dispersing insecticides and more. These  are generated by aerosol sprays, atomizer nozzles, nebulizers, electronic cigarettes, vibrating orifice and electro-spray aerosol generators.

Certain artificial sprays, including Febreze, (although they’re certainly not the only manufacturer of these products) can be dangerous because of the following factors:

Aerosol sprays can interfere with the ability of the nose for smelling by releasing a chemical that is called Methoxychlor that can coat the inside of the nasal cavity with a thin film that paralyzes the olfactory nerves. This can inhibit their ability to transmit the necessary signals to the brain and leaving the nose unable to identify smells. If this is something that persists for too long, the nose is at risk of never being able to positively recognize smells.

There is a very toxic chemical composition inside these sprays, with many of which including fomaldehyde, benzene, paradychlorobenzene, pthalates, pehnol, styrene and methoxychlor. These substances can lead to a disruption in the hormonal activity of the body, causing irritations or nausea along with a variety of physical discomfort.

Most aerosol sprays will also include chlorofluorocarbons and they can be destructive to our ozone layer. It is important that we pay attention to the sanctity and safety of life on our planet or it is going to be at greater risk of becoming compromised in the long run. Future generations will end up having to pay for any of the mistakes that we have been making. Such fumes are also toxic to the lungs, can irritate the eyes and even discolor the clothing that we wear.

In addition to all of these disadvantages, the sprays can be ineffective as they are not working on dealing with the actual cause of the smell. Instead, they are cutting back on your ability to even detect the originating smell to begin with.

Natural Scent And Spray Benefits

Fortunately not all sprays pose dangerous effect to our health and the environment. There are natural alternatives available in the market (though hard to find) that come along with their very own set of advantages, most notably as follows:

They are going to be eco-friendly as there are no artificial ingredients involved or dangerous chemicals. This means that they are conserving the environment for generations to come.

These sprays are safe for kids to be around because there are no toxins involved. They also do not invade the lining of the hair, or cuticles, when they are sprayed. If they are inhaled accidentally or the spray gets on your hands or in your eyes, it is not going to pose a danger like chemical sprays would.

When used properly, these natural sprays are very effective. They are designed for specific tasks and if they are used the right way, you will have the maximum benefit.

One of the best alternative to aerosol sprays when freshening the home are scented soy candles due to the natural ingredients used to manufacture them which is a safer alternative due to its health benefits. Coconut oil, for example, can be used to soothe the skin or used for a variety of therapeutic purposes. One candle manufacturer that epitomizes the highest quality pure soy candle available in the market that offer a variety of scents to choose from.

Learn how to make soy candles at home with this video.

Natural options also come with economical benefits and some of the beautiful options including lavender, pine and cedar can be wonderful for aromatherapy.