Friday, August 8, 2014

Still Suffer From Cronic Sinus and Recurring Infections?

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                          "Nature Cures Cancer" - Here are 10 examples

Have You Tried Everything Under The Moon, But Still Suffer From Cronic Sinus and Recurring Infections?

Discover The Safe, Fast Acting Home Remedy Using Affordable Grocery Items To Cure Your Sinus Infections Once and Foe All.

As you may already know chronic sinusitis is a serious condition that can devastate your quality of life if it isn’t stopped fast . ..

If drugs cured sinus infections we would be telling you all of this . . . and there wouldn’t be a need  for you to search the Internet looking for a real remedy, right?

Historically Mankind Trusted In Natural Cures Long Before Big Pharma Made A Business Out Of Treating Symptoms.

Are you sick and tired of:

    The nasty side-effects of drugs?
    The high cost and inconvenience?
    The recurrent onset and risk of disease?


 God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

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Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Green tea, prized for many generations in China, Japan and even Britain...

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          "Nature Cures Cancer" - Here are 10 examples

By Dr. Mercola

    Green tea, prized for many generations in China, Japan and
even Britain, has made a name for itself in the US, where many now
drink it daily due to its many associated health benefits.

    However, while green tea is recognized as an abundant source
of epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), a catechin polyphenol, and
other antioxidants, not all green teas are created equal.

    If you’re drinking green tea hoping to increase your
antioxidant levels, you should know that some green tea brands
contain very little antioxidants, while others may contain
significant amounts of lead.

One Variety of Tea Tested Contained Almost No EGCG

    EGCG is easily the most talked-about green tea compound. As
one of the most powerful antioxidants known, the health benefits
of EGCG include a lower risk of heart attack and stroke, glaucoma,
high cholesterol and more. Several studies have also found that
EGCG can improve exercise performance, increase fat oxidation, and
may help prevent obesity, as it’s known to have a regulatory
effect on fat metabolism.

    If you drink green tea, you probably assume you’re getting a
healthful dose of EGCG with each cup, but new research shows
that’s not necessarily the case. An analysis of the strength and
purity of more than 20 green tea products by
found that EGCG levels in bottled green tea can range from just 4
milligrams (mg) per cup to 47 mg, while brewable green tea (from
tea bags, loose tea or a K-cup) contained levels ranging from 25
mg to 86 mg per serving.

    One variety, bottled Diet Snapple Green Tea, reportedly
contained almost no EGCG, while Honest Tea Green Tea with Honey
contained only about 60 percent of the 190 mg of catechins claimed
on the label. Added sugars or artificial sweeteners were also
common in the bottled tea brands.

This Type of Green Tea Contained the Most Antioxidants

    Green tea brewed from loose tea leaves appeared to offer the
most potent source of antioxidants like EGCG. One variety, Teavana
contained 250 mg of catechins per serving; green tea sold in bags
from brands like Lipton and Bigelow contained lower levels,
although represented a more cost-effective alternative.

    The different tea brands also varied significantly in the
amount of caffeine the products contained. While some contained
virtually none, others contained 86 mg per serving, which is
similar to the amount of caffeine in a regular cup of coffee.

    One green tea supplement even contained 130 mg of caffeine in
a single capsule, which is more than is found in a cup of coffee!
But higher antioxidant levels is only one reason why you may want
to choose loose tea over bags

Some Tea Bags May Leach Hazardous Compounds Into Your Tea

    Some tea bags are made with synthetic polymers, such as nylon,
thermoplastic, PVC or polypropylene. While these compounds have
high melting points, the temperature at which the molecules in
polymers begin to break down is always lower than the melting
point, which could allow the bags to leach compounds of unknown
health hazards into your tea when steeped in boiling water.

    Paper tea bags are also potentially problematic, as they are
frequently treated with epichlorohydrin, which hydrolyzes to 3-
MCPD when contact with water occurs. 3-MCPD is a carcinogen
associated with food processing that has also been implicated in
infertility and suppressed immune function. I recommend purchasing
tea from manufacturers who can certify that their tea bags do not
contain epichlorohydrin, and avoid plastic tea bags.

Alternatively, you can opt for loose tea instead.

Why Your Green Tea Should Come From Japan, Not China

    Green tea plants are known to be especially effective at
absorbing lead from the soil, which is then taken up into the
plant’s leaves. Areas with excessive industrial pollution, such as
China (where nearly 90% of the world’s green tea is produced), may
therefore contain substantial amounts of lead.

    According to the analysis, tea from brands
like Lipton and Bigelow contained up to 2.5 micrograms of lead per
serving compared to no measurable amounts in Teavana brand, which
gets its tea leaves from Japan.

    While the lead in the tea leaves is not thought to leach very
effectively into the tea you end up drinking, if you’re consuming
Matcha green tea, one of my favorites, it’s especially important
that it comes from Japan instead of China. Matcha tea contains the
entire ground tea leaf, and can contain over 100 times the EGCG
provided from regular brewed green tea.

    That said, because you’re consuming the entire leaf, you want
to be sure it comes from a non-polluted, high-quality source. The
best Matcha green tea comes from Japan and is steamed, rather than
roasted or pan-fried. As a result, Matcha green tea retains all
the nutrient-rich value possible from the tea leaf, without
additives or contaminants.

A Word of Warning About Fluoride in Tea

    Both black and green teas are naturally high in fluoride, even
if organically grown without pesticides. This is because the plant
readily absorbs fluoride thorough its root system, including
naturally-occurring fluoride in the soil. According to fluoride
expert Jeff Green, there are reports of people who have developed
crippling skeletal fluorosis from drinking high amounts of iced
tea alone.

    If you live in an area with fluoridated drinking water, as the
majority of Americans do, then you could be getting a double dose
of fluoride when you drink tea. When selecting tea of any kind, it
should preferably be organic (to avoid pesticides) and grown in a
pristine environment because, as mentioned, tea is known to
accumulate fluoride, heavy metals and other toxins from soil and
water, so a clean growing environment is essential to producing a
pure, high-quality tea.

What Does the Research Say About Drinking Tea?

    Although I still believe pure water should make up the
majority of your daily fluid intake, high-quality tea has numerous
health benefits to offer, which vary by type. In addition to
Matcha tea, I personally enjoy Tulsi tea (aka Holy Basil tea),
which is a powerful adaptogenic herb that provides important
therapeutic benefits. There is also growing evidence that the
polyphenols in tea, including EGCG and many others, may be
protective against cancer. Beyond this, the beneficial properties
in tea have been known to:

        Neutralize the effects to your body of harmful fats and   

        Inhibit bacteria and viruses
        Improve digestion
        Protect against oxidation in your brain and liver
        Help promote healthy gums

    Drinking tea has also been linked to:

Improved mental alertness and slowing of brain-cell degeneration
Reduced blood pressure    
Protection against type 2 diabetes
Lower blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels    
Lower risk of breast, colon, lung, ovarian and prostate cancers
Reduced risk of heart attack and stroke

How to Brew the Perfect Cup of Loose-Leaf Tea

    Choosing high-quality tea is extremely important. As the analysis showed, the type of tea you purchase
can make all the difference in the amount of beneficial antioxidants
it contains, with loose-leaf teas appearing to provide the most.
There is an art to brewing tea using loose tea leaves, but once
you find your sweet spot you may never go back to bagged tea
again. Here are a few simple guidelines for making the perfect cup
of tea:

        Bring water to a boil in a tea kettle (avoid using a non-
stick pot, as this can release harmful chemicals when heated)

        Preheat your teapot or cup to prevent the water from
cooling too quickly when transferred. Simply add a small amount
of boiling water to the pot or tea up that you’re going to steep the
tea in. Ceramic and porcelain retain heat well. Then cover the pot
or cup with a lid. Add a tea cozy if you have one, or drape with a
towel. Let stand until warm, then pour out the water

        Put the tea into an infuser, strainer, or add loose into
the tea pot. Steeping without an infuser or strainer will produce
a more flavorful tea. Start with one heaped teaspoon per cup of
tea, or follow the instructions on the tea package. The robustness
of the flavor can be tweaked by using more or less tea

        Add boiling water. Use the correct amount for the amount
of tea you added (i.e. for four teaspoons of tea, add four cups of
water). The ideal water temperature varies based on the type of
tea being steeped:

            White or green teas (full leaf): Well below boiling
(170-185°F or 76-85°C). Once the water has been brought to a boil,
remove from heat and let the water cool for about 30 seconds for
white tea and 60 seconds for green tea before pouring it over the
            Oolongs (full leaf): 185-210°F or 85-98°C

            Black teas (full leaf) and Pu-erhs: Full rolling boil
(212°F or 100°C)

        Cover the pot with a cozy or towel and let steep. Follow
steeping instructions on the package. If there are none, here are
some general steeping guidelines. Taste frequently as you want it
to be flavorful but not bitter:

            Oolong teas: 4-7 minutes
            Black teas: 3-5 minutes
            Green teas: 2-3 minutes

        Once the desired flavor has been achieved you need to
remove the strainer or infuser. If you're using loose leaves, pour
the tea through a strainer into your cup and any leftover into
another vessel (cover with a cozy to retain the heat)

 Thank You Dr. Mercola

 God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

Have a great day...unless you have made other plans.

Monday, August 4, 2014

Research on Antibiotics Reveals Silver Acts as a Booster...

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     "Nature Cures Cancer" - Here are 10 examples

Research on Antibiotics Reveals Silver Acts as a Booster, While
Mixing Certain Antibiotics with Statins Can Be Devastating

By Dr. Mercola

    The frivolous use of antibiotics, not just in medicine but
also in food production, is the root cause of skyrocketing
antibiotic resistance.

    Data from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and
Control1 (ECDC) shows a significant rise of resistance to multiple
antibiotics in Klebsiella pneumoniae and E. coli in just the last
four years alone, affecting more than one-third of the EU, and the
primary cause for this man-made epidemic is the widespread misuse
of antibiotics.

    Between the years of 1993 and 2005, the number of Americans
hospitalized due to the antibiotic-resistant "superbug" MRSA
(methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) skyrocketed from
about 2,000 to 370,000.

    Currently, MRSA and other antibiotic-resistant infections kill
about 60,000 Americans annually, and account for billions of
dollars in health care costs. Antibiotic-resistant disease is not
the only danger associated with the misuse of these drugs.
Excessive exposure to antibiotics also takes a heavy toll on your
gastrointestinal health, which can predispose you to virtually any

    Abnormal gut flora may actually be a major contributing factor
to the rise in a wide variety of childhood diseases and ailments,
from bowel disorders and allergies to autism.

    Agricultural uses of antibiotics account for about 80 percent
of all antibiotic use in the US, so it's a MAJOR source of human
antibiotic consumption. Animals are often fed antibiotics at low
doses for disease prevention and growth promotion, and those
antibiotics are transferred to you via meat, and even via the
manure used as crop fertilizer.

    Protecting your gut health and reducing the spread of
antibiotic-resistant bacteria are significant reasons for making
sure you're only eating grass-fed, organically-raised meats and
animal products.

Gut Viruses Confer Antibiotic-Resistance to Bacteria, New Research

    When used properly, in the correct contexts and with
responsibility, antibiotics can and do save lives that are
threatened by bacterial infections. But there is one important
variable that wasn't considered when the widespread use of these
"miracle medicines" began, and that is that bacteria are highly

    They are clearly capable of outsmarting antibiotics, and they
are doing so with a vengeance. According to the CDC's National
Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System:

        "Antibiotics kill or inhibit the growth of susceptible
bacteria. Sometimes one of the bacteria survives because it has
the ability to neutralize or evade the effect of the antibiotic;
that one bacteria can then multiply and replace all the bacteria
that were killed off.

        Exposure to antibiotics therefore provides selective
pressure, which makes the surviving bacteria more likely to be
resistant. In addition, bacteria that were at one time susceptible
to an antibiotic can acquire resistance through mutation of their
genetic material or by acquiring pieces of DNA that code for the
resistance properties from other bacteria.

        The DNA that codes for resistance can be grouped in a
single easily transferable package. This means that bacteria can
become resistant to many antimicrobial agents because of the
transfer of one piece of DNA."

    Interestingly, these bacteria have previously unknown allies
that supply them with the antibiotic-resistant genes necessary for
their survival. Researchers at the Wyss Institute have discovered
that gut viruses known as bacteriophages, a.k.a. "phages" are
actually instrumental in conferring antibacterial resistance to
bacteria. Most importantly:

        "[Phage] deliver genes that help the bacteria to survive
not just the antibiotic they've been exposed to, but other types
of antibiotics as well...

        That suggests that phages in the gut may be partly
responsible for the emergence of dangerous superbugs that
withstand multiple antibiotics, and that drug targeting of phages
could offer a potential new path to mitigate development of
antibiotic resistance," the Institute's press release states.
Phages Are Actually an Important Part of Your Body's Defense

    More than 90 percent of the DNA in your body is not yours, but
actually belongs to a wide variety of microbes, and these findings
just go to show how intricately tied your health is to the
microorganisms that live inside you. And, while the word "virus"
brings to mind all things "bad" for you, this is not necessarily

    Another recent study published in the Proceedings of the
National Academy of Sciences found that many of these viruses
(phages) actually serve as immune helpers not enemies and form an
important part of your body's defense system.

    Wherever bacteria reside, you will also find phages, because
phages depend on bacteria for their survival. Phages specialize in
breaking open and killing certain kinds of bacteria, hijacking
them in order to replicate.

    Most phages have hollow heads, which store their DNA and RNA,
and tunnel tails designed for binding to the surface of their
bacterial targets. According to, once a phage has
attached itself to a bacterium:

        "The viral DNA is then injected through the tail into the
host cell, where it directs the production of progeny phages,
often over a hundred in half an hour. These 'young' phages burst
from the host cell (killing it) and infect more bacteria."

    The researchers found evidence that these phages partner with
animals and humans to stave off bacterial infections and control
the composition of friendly microbes in your body. The researchers
speculate that some phages might protect bacteria that benefit
their hosts (i.e. you), while destroying those that cause harm.

    Which brings us back to the featured research, which suggests
that these phages may also play a significant role in the rapid
rise of antibiotic resistance... In essence, it would appear our
zealous overuse of antibiotic drugs is causing these helpful
viruses to boost the survivability of bacteria during the
onslaught of a deadly foe the antibiotic only in this case, the
end result is disastrous rather than helpful for the host... On
the upside, these findings may confer new hope for effective
treatments. According to Don Ingber, M.D., Ph.D., Founding

Director of the Wyss Institute:

        "Antibiotic resistance is as pressing a global health
problem as they come, and to fight it, it's critical to understand
it. [These] novel findings offer a previously unknown way to
approach this problem -- by targeting the phage that live in our
intestine, rather than the pathogens themselves."

Colloidal Silver Dramatically Boosts Effectiveness of Antibiotics

    The use of silver in the battle against pathogenic bacteria
goes way back into antiquity. Hippocrates was one of the first to
describe its antimicrobial properties in 400 B.C. Over the past
few years, several studies have demonstrated the fact that silver
is indeed one of the most effective agents in the battle against
antibiotic-resistant super pathogens. Yet conventional medicine
has largely dismissed such claims, relegating colloidal silver to
the "woo-woo" section of medical myth.

    They may be inclined to change their tune however, in light of
the latest research, which shows that low doses of silver can make
antibiotics up to 1,000 times more effective, and may even allow
an antibiotic to successfully combat otherwise antibiotic-
resistant bacteria. As reported by Medical News Today:

        Not only did silver boost the ability of a broad range of
commonly used antibiotics so as to stop mice dying of otherwise
lethal infections, but it made at least one resistant bacterium
succumb to antibiotics again. The addition of silver also
broadened the effect of vancomycin, an antibiotic that is usually
only effective at killing Gram-positive bacteria like Staph and
Strep; aided by silver it killed Gram-negative bacteria such as
those that cause food poisoning and dangerous hospital-acquired

    For example, by adding a small amount of silver to the
antibiotic, a powerful synergism occurred, and a urinary tract
infection caused by tetracycline-resistant E. coli was
successfully eradicated. Silver also helped save the lives of 90
percent of mice suffering with a life-threatening abdominal
inflammation by adding it to the antibiotic vanomycin. In the
group receiving vanomycin only, a mere 10 percent survived. The
researchers discovered two mechanisms that help explain how silver
can boost the effectiveness of an antibiotic:

        Silver interferes with the bacteria's metabolism,
increasing production of reactive oxygen species (ROS); products
of normal oxygen consuming metabolic processes in your body that,
in excess, can damage cell membranes and DNA. Many antibiotics are
believed to kill bacteria by producing ROS compounds, and here,
the researchers found that adding a small amount of silver boosted
the antibiotic's ability to kill anywhere from 10 and 1,000 times
more bacteria

        Silver makes the bacteria's cell membrane more permeable.
This may explain the beneficial effect of silver on gram-negative
bacteria, the cells of which are often impenetrable to antibiotics
due to the molecular size of the drugs

What About Potential Toxicity of Colloidal Silver?

    As for toxicity, the researchers found that the doses of
silver required were far smaller than the dose needed to harm
either mice or cultured human cells, suggesting that oral and
injectable silver should be quite safe. That said, quality is
extremely important, as misrepresentation of colloidal silver by
less scrupulous manufacturers has in the past led to some of its
more negative connotations. According to a Commercial Product
Report by, a site that provides detailed
laboratory analyses of colloidal silver products, there are three
distinctly different types of silver products on the market that
are all labeled and sold as "colloidal" silver:

        True colloidal silver
        Ionic silver

        Silver protein: Due to the high concentration of large
silver particles, silver protein products are known to cause
argyria, which turns your skin blue-gray color.

    When purchasing colloidal silver, it's very important to avoid
silver protein formulas. True colloidal silver seems to be the
most recommended, but ionic silver could probably also be used. In
the featured study, they used ionic silver (Ag) in a silver
nitrate salt (AgNO3), which, again, was found to be quite non-
toxic in animals and human cell cultures. Substantial
antimicrobial activity was found at 30 microns (┬ÁM) against E.
coli. If you take ionic silver products according to the
manufacturer's recommended dosage, ionic silver will not cause
argyria. That said, since there are potential health risks
involved if you select the wrong formula, I recommend you use
colloidal silver only under the guidance and supervision of a
qualified alternative health practitioner who can help you select
a high-quality product.

Statin Users Beware... Your Cholesterol Medication May Not Mix
Well with Antibiotics!

    In related news, Canadian researchers warn that patients
especially the elderly taking cholesterol-lowering drugs such as
Lipitor, should avoid the antibiotics clarithromycin and
erythromycin, as these antibiotics inhibit the metabolism of
statins. Increased drug concentrations in your body may cause
muscle or kidney damage, and even death.

As reported by WebMD:

        "'These drugs do interact and cause difficulties for
patients,' said lead researcher Dr. Amit Garg, a professor in the
department of epidemiology and biostatistics at the University of
Western Ontario in London, Ontario. These adverse reactions are
rare, Garg added. 'Most people will be fine,' he said. 'But at a
population level, hundreds of preventable hospitalizations are
occurring.' For someone taking a statin, the study suggests that
substituting a different antibiotic -- azithromycin -- is safer
because it doesn't interfere with the metabolism of statins.

Another strategy is to stop the statin until the antibiotic course
is finished, Garg said."

What You Can Do to Help Stop the Spread of Antibiotic-Resistant

    You can help yourself and your community by using antibiotics
only when absolutely necessary and by purchasing organic,
antibiotic-free meats and other foods. Even though the problem of
antibiotic resistance needs to be stemmed through public policy on
a nationwide level, the more people who get involved on a personal
level to stop unnecessary antibiotic use the better.

    Remember, not every bacterial infection needs to be treated
with a drug. First, as an all-around preventive measure, you'll
want to make sure your vitamin D level is optimized year-round,
especially during pregnancy, along with vitamin K2. But there are
also a number of natural compounds that can help boost your immune
system function to help rid you of an infection, including:

        Oregano (oil of oregano)
        Manuka honey (for topical application)

    Last but not least, the use of silver compounds appears to
bring new hope against antibiotic-resistant pathogens. Still,
creating more potent antibiotics, regardless of how that's
achieved, will not help us in the long run unless we also address
the root causes of antibiotic resistance, which is rampant overuse
in medicine, but perhaps even more importantly, in agriculture.

 Thank You Dr. Mercola

 God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

Have a great day...unless you have made other plans.