7 addictions you MUST QUIT to become your greatest self

(Natural News) Research shows that willpower is actually more important than IQ, which is why the point is not to become “smarter,” but to become more self-disciplined. Will power is the foundation of all human achievements. Everyone has some willpower, but we always feel that we need more, often because we tend to use up what we have. That’s called willpower depletion. The good news is that you can actually train your willpower like a muscle. A famous Italian author once wrote, “I am, indeed, a king, because I know how to rule myself.”


Mental and physical health are hinged on how a person feels at any given moment. We must remain in control of how we feel at all times, but how? The answer: balance. We all know how to balance our physical body, so we don’t fall over when we stand up, or while we ride a bike, or hop across some stones over a flowing stream.

So how do we balance ourselves mentally, and even spiritually, so we don’t “fall over” every time we run into an obstacle, or someone else distracts us, criticizes us, or drains us like an energy vampire? Realize that we are more apt to help others by simply modeling balance and success in our own lives. Don’t drain yourself trying to “fix” everyone else. That brings us to addictions. We all have addictions, which makes most people immediately think of food, alcohol or drugs when they hear that, but there are all kinds of addictions, beyond the physical realm, that must be addressed to overcome feelings of inadequacy, and so we can become our greatest self.

What about failure? Some folks are literally more afraid of success than they are of failure, because success means they will need to “repeat” that success over and over, which they believe might be too difficult, yet once we’re successful at something, it becomes easier and easier to repeat, until it becomes second nature. Don’t fear success, embrace it. Success is every moment you feel positive and balanced. Start controlling this now. Here’s more.

Defeating defeatism and avoiding the energy vampires all around us

Simply turning on the news (fake news with commercials) can be instantly depressing. Also, friends, relatives, and coworkers incessantly complaining and whining about their problems to us can drain our energy, focus, and our own desire to accomplish our goals, day in and day out. We don’t want to be selfish, but how can we help others if we can’t help ourselves, and stay balanced and focused?

Step one: Release yourself from worry. We must watch what we think each minute, all day, and pull the “weed” thoughts and throw them away. Just as you keep your physical balance if someone bumps into you, keep your mental balance (positive thoughts) when someone or something negative enters your mental or physical space. You are in complete control of what goes on in your head. Practice keeping balance there. Even force yourself to smile in the face of adversity.

Step two: Stop complaining and waiting for “ideal conditions” to do what you want to do. Train your brain to be positive, which may mean disassembling negative thinking. Ever taken something apart and put it back together, just for the fun of it?

Step three: Change everything you put into your body into healthy inputs, including information, attitude, self-opinion, food, beverages, supplements, superfoods, and clean water. Your body is the temple of your soul, including your mind. It all needs to run on “high octane” fuel, not “dirty oil” or fluoridated water.

So, without further adieu, let’s address the top 7 addictions you simply must quit to become your greatest self

#1. Defeatism – dissatisfaction with life and feelings of inadequacy

#2. Quitting – Quit quitting. Instead, be persistent, confident, committed, and strong-willed. Overcome obstacles and circumvent obstacles.

#3. Waiting for “ideal conditions” to start something – people who take action accomplish amazing feats, stop waiting for the perfect situation (end procrastination)

#4. Complaining – over time, your brain gets trained to be negative about everything

#5. Distractions – Social media, fake MSM news, misinformation, and criticism

#6. Comparing – You will always be able to find someone who is doing what you do or want to do “much better” so don’t let it bring you down, focus on self and progress

#7. Consumption addictions – including any of the following: high sugar, high caffeine (think energy drinks), nicotine (smoke or vape more than 40mg. daily), excessive alcohol, junk food, and artificial sweeteners.

Ending addiction cravings can end addictions entirely, the natural way

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It’s good to know there’s a natural remedy for everything under the sun, you just have to know what to look for and where. End addictive bad habits and extinguish those addiction cravings, so you can make this the beginning of your new greatest self.

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Scientists discover HIDDEN PHARMACY in ancient limestone caves



The latest study on moonmilk, a mineral deposit found in caves and known for its curative properties, has led to the discovery of a mysterious compound active against bacteria and resistant to numerous antibiotics.

Since the beginning of time, humanity has been able to make use of the environment for resources, techniques and ideas to protect themselves from diseases and to be responsible for their health. While the effectiveness of definite ancestral practices has been shown and approved by modern medicine, the reasons behind several traditional medicines remain a mystery.

Moonmilk, a crystallization commonly found in different forms such as pasty, dry or liquid in limestone caves, is a speleothem (geological formation of mineral deposits) most often seen in the form of a soft rock depending on its hygrometry.

As reported by Sébastien Rigali, a molecular microbiologist at the Centre for Protein Engineering-CIP (InBios/Faculty of Science) of the University of Liège, there is a great deal of archaeological proof for its use as an anti-infectious agent, mostly in the Swiss and Austrian Alps.

Rigali’s laboratory decided to examine the microbial flora of moonmilk to discover the reasons for its use in human and animal therapy.

The first step was to go into the caves of the Condruzian plateau to search for deposits of moonmilk and to isolate filamentous actinobacteria, the bacteria that are winners in the production of antimicrobial agents. The scientists found several of them, both in number and diversity.

Underground pharmacy capable of manufacturing hundreds of antibiotics

A study of the genomes of the isolated bacteria showed that they joined in the formation of a massive underground pharmacy. This microbial conglomerate is capable of manufacturing hundreds of antibiotics, some of which are used regularly today.

However, what is likely the most fascinating is that the enormous majority of the biosynthesis genes involved in bioactive compound production discovered in these bacteria are mysterious in the sense that it is not likely to connect a known molecule with them.

This means that these strains constitute a genuine reservoir for the discovery of new bioactive molecules. “Statistically, it’s as if all you have to do is bend over and pick up and identify a new antibiotic, antifungal or even anticancer agents,” Rigali said.

The reality clearly is much more complex. These molecules do not easily grow under laboratory conditions. Removed from extreme development conditions and oligotrophic, it is hard to keep them “alive” once they are taken to the surface.

Furthermore, their development in the lab is frequently not excellent, as the medium usually used is too rich and toxic compared to the nutritive condition discovered in their original ecological niche.

To cope with these issues, Rigali and his team worked together with other laboratories and with the company HEDERA-22. They were able to work out the first mysterious compound.



Colloidal silver a powerful remedy against superbugs, study finds

(Natural News) by Ethan Huff

(Natural News) Researchers at the University of Florida have discovered that silver nanoparticles, also known as colloidal silver, can serve as a powerful remedy against antibiotic-resistant bacteria, more commonly known as “superbugs.”

Certain hard-to-fight infections die on contact with silver, the scientists revealed in their paper, which was published in the journal Frontiers in Microbiology. The antimicrobial properties of silver nanoparticles, or microscopic spheres of silver small enough to operate at the cellular level, could aid in the fight against antibiotic-resistant infections, which kill more than a million people globally every single year.

The purpose of the study was to test the efficacy of silver nanoparticles alongside a common class of broad-spectrum antibiotics known as aminoglycosides. Daniel Czy?, the study’s senior author, told the media that his team’s experiments show that the two things do, in fact, work synergistically.

“When combined with a small amount of silver nanoparticles, the amount of antibiotic needed to inhibit the bacteria decreased 22-fold, which tells us that the nanoparticles make the drug much more potent,” Czy? explained.

Taking aminoglycosides by themselves at prescribed doses is risky, carrying with it the potential for deadly side effects. Adding silver into the mix allows for lower doses of aminoglycosides to be taken with amplified effect, making for a safer remedy.

Autumn Dove, another study author, explained that prolonged overuse of antibiotics has created an environment where traditional remedies no longer work, hence the need for alternative remedies that include the addition of silver.

“Let’s say you get a bad burn on your hand, and it gets infected with one of these resistant strains of bacteria,” Dove is quoted as saying. (Related: Copper is another healing metal with strong efficacy against superbugs.)

“It’s possible that dressing that burn with a combination of silver nanoparticles and antibiotics could both clear that infection and prevent those resistant bacteria from spreading elsewhere.”

Low-dose antibiotics combined with silver a better remedy than antibiotics alone

While antibiotics primarily target bacteria, they are also known to damage human and animal cells. This makes them problematic even for their approved use, which is killing people’s healthy gut bacteria along with the bad kind.

The great thing about silver is that, as confirmed in tests using a microscopic worm called C. elegans, it does not harm non-bacterial cells like antibiotics do. Silver selectively targets just the harmful bacterial cells, making it a better remedy alongside lower doses of antibiotics as opposed to just higher doses of antibiotics by themselves.

The next step, based on these findings, is for the scientists to seek authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to conduct clinical trials on the silver-antibiotics formula. They also hope to work with the University of Florida’s Innovate program to patent an antimicrobial product that contains silver nanoparticles.

“Perhaps there was a reason for gold and silver money, silver eating utensils, and the current use of silver in burn dressing,” one commenter wrote about the history of use for silver, gold, and other natural metals.

“They have discovered something that has been known for hundreds of years but has recently been hidden by Big Pharma.”

Another wrote that colloidal silver can be made at home fairly easily without the need to purchase it as a patented drug formula.

“It works against bacteria, virus, and fungus,” this person added about homemade colloidal silver. “The U.S. Navy has experimented with this, and it is also used by the ‘silver spoon’ rich.”

Someone else joked that the new research “gives new meaning to being fed with a silver spoon.”


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HOW Hospital Lied to Make $29,000 per fake covid patient

By May 2020, it had become apparent that the standard practice of putting COVID-19 patients on mechanical ventilation with ventilators was a death sentence.1 As early as April 9, 2020, Business Insider reported2 that 80% of COVID-19 patients in New York City who were placed on ventilators died, which caused a number of doctors to question their use. The Associated Press3 also publicized similar reports from China and the U.K. A U.K. report put the figure at 66%, while a small study from Wuhan, China, put the ratio of deaths at 86%. Data presented by attorney Thomas Renz in 2021 showed that in Texas hospitals, 84.9% of patients died after more than 96 hours on a ventilator.4 The lowest figure I've seen is 50%.5 So, somewhere between 50% and 86% of all ventilated COVID patients died. Compare that to historical prepandemic ratios, where 30% to 40% of ventilated patients died.

High-Flow Cannulas and Proning Were Always More Effective

Meanwhile, doctors at UChicago Medicine reported6 getting "truly remarkable" results using high-flow nasal cannulas in lieu of ventilators. As noted in a press release:7

"High-flow nasal cannulas, or HFNCs, are non-invasive nasal prongs that sit below the nostrils and blow large volumes of warm, humidified oxygen into the nose and lungs.
A team from UChicago Medicine's emergency room took 24 COVID-19 patients who were in respiratory distress and gave them HFNCs instead of putting them on ventilators. The patients all fared extremely well, and only one of them required intubation after 10 days …
'Avoiding intubation is key,' [UChicago Medicine's Emergency Department's medical director Dr. Thomas] Spiegel said. 'Most of our colleagues around the city are not doing this, but I sure wish other ERs would take a look at this technique closely.'"

The UChicago team also endorsed proning, meaning lying in the face-down position, which automatically improves oxygenation and helps alleviate shortness of breath. Yet despite these early indications that mechanical ventilation was as unnecessary as it was disastrous, placing COVID patients on life support is standard of care to this day, more than three years later. How could that be?

How China and the WHO Created Ventilator Hysteria

In a September 30, 2020, Substack article,8 journalist Jordan Schachtel described how China and the World Health Organization came up with and nurtured the idea that mechanical ventilation was the correct and necessary first-line response to COVID:

"In early March, when COVID-19 was ravaging western Europe and sounding alarm bells in the United States, the WHO released COVID-19 provider guidance9 documents to healthcare workers.
Citing experience 'based on current knowledge of the situation in China,' the WHO recommended mechanical ventilators as an early intervention for treating COVID-19 patients. The guidance recommended10 escalating quickly, if not immediately, to mechanical ventilation.
In doing so, they cited the guidance being presented by Chinese medical journals, which published papers in January and February claiming that 'Chinese expert consensus' called for 'invasive mechanical ventilation' as the 'first choice' for people with moderate to severe respiratory distress.
The WHO further justified this approach by claiming that the less invasive positive air pressure machines could result in the spread of aerosols, potentially infecting health care workers with the virus."

That last paragraph is perhaps the most shocking reason for why millions of COVID patients were sacrificed. They wanted to isolate the virus inside the mechanical vent machine rather than risk aerosol transmission. In other words, they put patients to death in order to "save" staff and other, presumably non-COVID, patients. If you missed this news back in 2020, you're not alone. In the flurry of daily reporting, it escaped many of us. Here's the description given in the WHO's guidance document.

WHO’s guidance document

Strangely enough, while the U.S. quickly began clamoring for ventilators, China started relying on them less, and instead exported them in huge quantities. As noted by Schachtel, "China was making a fortune off of manufacturing and exporting ventilators (many of which did not work correctly and even killed patients11) around the world."


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COVID Patients Effectively Euthanized

That ventilation and sedation were used to protect hospital staff was also highlighted by The Wall Street Journal in a December 20, 2020, article,12 which noted:

"Last spring, with less known about the disease, doctors often pre-emptively put patients on ventilators or gave powerful sedatives largely abandoned in recent years. The aim was to save the seriously ill and protect hospital staff from COVID-19 …
Last spring, doctors put patients on ventilators partly to limit contagion at a time when it was less clear how the virus spread, when protective masks and gowns were in short supply.
Doctors could have employed other kinds of breathing support devices that don't require risky sedation, but early reports suggested patients using them could spray dangerous amounts of virus into the air, said Theodore Iwashyna, a critical-care physician at University of Michigan and Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals in Ann Arbor, Mich.
At the time, he said, doctors and nurses feared the virus would spread through hospitals. "We were intubating sick patients very early. Not for the patients' benefit, but in order to control the epidemic and to save other patients," Dr. Iwashyna said 'That felt awful.'"

As noted in a January 23, 2023, Substack article,13 in which James Lyons-Weiler revisits the ventilator issue and the shocking reason behind it, "euthanizing humans is illegal. Especially for the benefit of other patients. It should feel awful." The matter becomes even more perverse when you consider the fact that many "COVID cases" were patients who merely tested positive using faulty PCR testing. They didn't have COVID but were vented anyway, thanks to the baseless theory that you could have COVID-19 and be infectious without symptoms. Hospitals also received massive incentives to diagnose patients with COVID — whether they actually had it or not — and to put them on a vent.

Frontline Nurse Blew the Whistle on Vent Misuse

Some of you may remember Erin Olszewski, a retired Army sergeant and frontline nurse who blew the whistle on the horrific mistreatment of COVID patients at Elmhurst Hospital Center in Queens, New York, which was "the epicenter of the epicenter" of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. She described14 a number of problems at Elmhurst, including the disproportionate mortality rate among people of color, the controversial rule surrounding Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) orders, lax personal protective equipment (PPE) standards, and the failure to segregate COVID-positive and COVID-negative patients, thereby ensuring maximum spread of the disease among noninfected patients coming in with other health problems. Olszewski also highlighted the fact that COVID-negative patients were being listed as confirmed positive and placed on mechanical ventilation, thus artificially inflating the numbers while more or less condemning the patient to death from lung injury. Making matters worse, many of the doctors treating these patients were not trained in critical care. One of the "doctors" on the COVID floor was a dentist. Residents (medical students) were also relied on, even though they were not properly trained in how to safely ventilate, and were unfamiliar with the potent drugs used. At the time, Olszewski blamed financial incentives for turning the hospital into a killing field. Elmhurst, a public hospital, received $29,000 extra for a COVID-19 patient receiving ventilation, over and above other treatments, she said. If Elmhurst had infection control in mind when ventilating patients, they certainly didn't follow through, as COVID-positive and negative patients were comingled — a strategy Olszewski suspected was intended to drive up the COVID case and mortality numbers.

Killing for Profit

Others have also highlighted the role of financial incentives. In early April 2020, Minnesota family physician and state Sen. Scott Jensen explained:15

"Medicare has determined that if you have a COVID-19 admission to the hospital you'll get paid $13,000. If that COVID-19 patient goes on a ventilator, you get $39,000; three times as much."

Former CDC director Robert Redfield also admitted that financial policies may indeed have resulted in artificially elevated hospitalization rates and death toll statistics. As reported August 1, 2020, by the Washington Examiner:16

"… Redfield agreed that some hospitals have a monetary incentive to overcount coronavirus deaths … 'I think you're correct in that we've seen this in other disease processes, too.
Really, in the HIV epidemic, somebody may have a heart attack but also have HIV — the hospital would prefer the [classification] for HIV because there's greater reimbursement,' Redfield said17 during a House panel hearing … when asked by Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer about potential 'perverse incentives.' Redfield continued: 'So, I do think there's some reality to that …"

In addition to receiving exorbitant payments for COVID admissions and putting patients on a ventilator, hospitals are also paid extra for:18

  • COVID testing for all patients
  • COVID diagnoses
  • Use of remdesivir
  • COVID deaths

When everything is said and done, a COVID patient can be "worth" as much as $250,000, but for the maximum payment, they have to leave in a body bag. If we know anything, it's that profit motives can make people commit atrocious acts, and that certainly appears true when it comes to COVID treatment. In the U.S., hospitals also LOST federal funding if they failed or refused to administer remdesivir and/or ventilation, which further incentivized them to go along with what amounts to malpractice at best, and murder at worst.

Patient Rights Have Evaporated

There's also evidence that certain hospital systems, and perhaps all of them, have waived patients' rights, making anyone diagnosed with COVID a virtual prisoner of the hospital, with no ability to exercise informed consent. As noted by Citizens Journal in December 2021:19

"We now see government-dictated medical care at its worst in our history since the federal government mandated these ineffective and dangerous treatments for COVID-19, and then created financial incentives for hospitals and doctors to use only those 'approved' (and paid for) approaches.
Our formerly trusted medical community of hospitals and hospital-employed medical staff have effectively become 'bounty hunters' for your life.
Patients need to now take unprecedented steps to avoid going into the hospital for COVID-19. Patients need to take active steps to plan before getting sick to use early home-based treatment of COVID-19 that can help you save your life."

There Must Be a Reckoning

There's no telling how many COVID patients have already lost their lives to this medical malpractice, and it must stop. Patient rights must be reestablished and be irrevocable, we need to hold decision-makers to account, and lastly, we have to somehow ensure that our hospitals cannot be turned into killing fields for profit ever again. As noted by Lyons-Weiler in his January 2023 article:20

"We need harsh, hard investigations with consequences — and activists need to write bills tying the hands of protocolists to prevent them from ever again killing one patient to hypothetically save another — under threat of a murder charge.
We need legislation for 'on-demand' scripts for off-label medicines that patients want for potentially deadly infections — regardless of 'FDA Approval' (FDA does not, by definition, have to 'approve' off-label scripts."

COVID Treatment Guidance

While SARS-CoV-2 has become milder with each iteration, I still believe it's a good idea to treat suspected COVID at first signs of symptoms — especially if you've gotten the COVID jab. COVID hospitalization and death are now "pandemics of the vaccinated," to reuse and rephrase one of the globalist cabal's favorite mantras. Perhaps it's the common cold or a regular influenza, maybe it's the latest COVID variant. Either way, since they're now virtually indistinguishable, at least in the early stages of infection, your best bet is to treat symptoms as you would treat earlier forms of COVID. Treatment for long-COVID also overlaps with the protocols for SARS-CoV-2 infection. Early treatment protocols with demonstrated effectiveness include:

Based on my review of these protocols, I've developed the following summary of the treatment specifics I believe are the easiest and most effective.