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FEMA to Conduct Chemical Contamination Operation on Food Supply
Posted on January 22, 2014 by Celeste
We have barely entered into 2014 and we are already witnessing the largest chemical attack the world has never known. The chemical war is being conducted in food, land, water, and even in the very air we breathe.
On February 26 FEMA will be conducting a virtual exercise that involves a chemical incident scenario that contaminates the food supply. Weeks before the exercise the government in partnership with the Resource & Resources in Food Protection will hold a Webinar on assessing the potential adverse effects of contamination of the drinking water distribution system.
Not much is known about the chemical-food exercise outside the exercise design team and participants. What we do know is that it part of a comprehensive 2014 exercise schedule that includes radiation, pandemic, wildfires, and environmental issues.
With each day, our risk increases for chemical contamination in the food supply. After World War II drug manufacturers got a strong-hold into agriculture. Foods that you know and love are being treated with a barrage of chemicals before they ever get to your dinner plate. Not even food packaging or labeling is safe from chemicals seeping into and contaminating your food.
Tagging the Patriot
The Bayer Company may be sending Americans a cryptic message with their Patriot insecticide ear-tags containing a deadly chemical that is now being field tested by Allflex for the whole herd.
Bayer has a dark history of chemical experimenting on humans and animals.
The eartag contains an insecticide, diazinon, that the EPA has been banned from residential use and yet it is being used in food animals that we eat.
International treaty has established that all life is to be electronically identified. Provisions introduced through the Patient Affordability Act known as Obama-Care for biometric identification. Proposals have been introduced through various agencies to amend Obama Care and it is reasonable to expect the international mandate for RFID electronic identification go forward. With the emphasis on relieving the world from the ‘burden of disease’ we could possibly see similar RFID insecticide earrings introduced to humans to kill the pathogens that plague us (and the host) while tracking our every move. With cunning marketing these chemical trackers could become trendy.
Whether or not this insecticide ear-tag makes it into the human herd is not a certainty but it is contaminating our meat supply with bio-accumulative chemicals.
One, if by air, and two, if by food
Just as Paul Revere used a simple messaging system in the fight for liberty, we are witnessing a communication from policy-makers that they have opened up the chemical deluge. The objective of chemical operations is to kill and disable as many people as possible before the action begins.
The USDA/APHIS is proposing to deregulate certain genetically-modified seeds which are resistant to a component of the Vietnam-War herbicide, Agent Orange. The chemical is called 2,4-D and it is responsible to for deformity and death of crop plants. The USDA wants to allow the chemical industry to regulate itself while regulating small farming into oblivion. The damage of by aerial application of 2, 4-D to a remote organic farm location is presented below.
2011-Heirloom Beans in a pristine organic environment until sprayed with 2,4-D
Non-resistant surface crops tend to fiddle-head and produce less. Surface crops just wither away and die as seedlings. Herbicides including the infamous Agent Orange have been sprayed upon unsuspecting Americans since World War II testing the destructive power of this chemical.
The chemical compound of Agent Orange 2,4-D, is currently being aerial sprayed by unidentified aircraft. It is used during wild-fire operations under a veil of smoke for secrecy to kill invasive weeds deemed illegal by international treaty. 2,4-D is sprayed at a time when many people find themselves in respiratory distress from the acrid smoke that they are inhaling. The chemical-laden aerial spraying only compounds adverse health effects.
The herbicide 2,4-D is toxic to the eye, thyroid, kidney, adrenals, human reproductive organs, neurotoxicity study, skeletal abnormalities, decreased weight gain, and other serious health complications, and yet it is being sprayed over large swathes of rural and urban land.
Why would Monsanto want to introduce and deregulate 2, 4-D resistant seed-stock if someone was not actively spraying 2,4-D?
Chemicals ate the flesh off this squash what is it doing to your body? 2013 Winter Heirloom Hubbard Squash
The skin was attacked, the flesh begins rotting away, and became an environment for opportunistic fungi and pathogens
The USDA is in the regulatory comment period regarding the deregulation of 2,4-D. This is one chemical that you can make your opposition heard. The comment period closes Feb. 24. APHIS is holding a virtual public meeting on January 29, 2014, from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. EST to receive comments on a draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for three petitions for non-regulated status.
A ‘Premise’ that Something is Wrong The insecticide Imidacloprid is being fumigated into our flour, grains, cereals, vegetables and into animal feed. Imidacloprid goes by many names including Premise. The reason that your flour and corn meal no longer gets weevils in them is because they are saturated with a lethal insecticide that kills the weevils. Insects are very hardy creatures. If the chemical kills insects, you can be assured it is bio-accumulating in your body and wreaking havoc.
According to the Extonet Toxicology report you find a variety of toxic effects, including tetragenic impacts and changes to your DNA and RNA.
Young teenage girls were used as human guinea pigs by agencies desiring to learn about the toxicity levels of Imidacloprid. The girls were told to go out and do gymnastics on a lawn sprayed Imidacloprid. The experiment was entered into the Federal Register. This entry has been removed for public viewing.
We have only touched briefly on the millions of chemicals that we encounter each day. I once saw a quote in the 1990 from an R.N. concerned about environmental chemical contamination. She claimed that just one popular fragrance on the market could contain up to 900 toxic chemicals. Individually, toxic ingredients would be banned from sale, but when combined it was perfectly legal to manufacture and sell.
Nanotechnology: Medication of the Future Caption: Scanning electron micrograph of silica beads (yellow) on the surface of a human fibroblast cell.
Source: Matthew Ware and Biana Godin Vilentchouk, Houston Methodist Research Institute, Texas
This photograph was just released from the National Institute of Health (NIH). It graphically shows the horrors of biomedical research. What you are seeing are yellow silica nano-particles. These particles are being explored as the perfect medication delivery system. The particles are so small that your body does not recognize them as foreign and so it does not mount an immune response to dispose of them. This futuristic photograph was taken with an electron microscope. It shows the ‘nanospheres’ being swallowed up into a human fibroblast cell. The consequences of such technology is unknown. Researcher and scientists consider this image, art.
Geo-Engineering: Piercing Heaven The physical and spiritual worlds of the seen and unseen have been woven together much as a weaver weaves together fibers. Could weaving provide to key to unlock man’s attempt to rebuild the infamous Tower of Babel, where man unified in an attempt to reach heaven, and become as god? Is man defiantly trying to pierce heaven?
Look up into the sky and you can see that our sky has been modified by utilizing simple weaving techniques. Researchers, scientists, chemical companies and the government are using a bombardment of woven chemical fibers as they ‘woof’ and ‘warp’ aluminum, strontium, barium, viruses, bacteria, crystals, and even blood in their attempt own our weather. Once the chemical foundation is woven a sophisticated frequency array oscillates and stimulates the adulterating particles testing their strength, durability, and stressing biological creation to the brink of extinction.
Since ancient times man has engaged in weaving. In weaving the term ‘woof’ is used for thread or yarn that that is drawn through a stationary fiber known as a ‘warp’ to create a cloth or fabric. A ‘warp’ fiber is lengthwise or longitudinal, held in tension on a frame “that which is thrown across,” while the ‘woof’ or filler transverses the span to create the weave. During the entire weaving process the ‘warp’ fiber must be strong because it is under high tension. The ‘warp’ yarn is usually a spun fiber.
The aerial fabric woven above our heads has some interesting characteristics a unique combination of thermal properties, conductivity, elasticity, resiliency, abrasion resistance, insulating, absorbent, waterproof, weather and UV resistant, as well as special applications such as electronic filtration, control of electrostatic discharge, disrupting electro-magnetic and radio-frequency field.
Gelatinous drainage from the sinus 1999 chem-trail filament-Clifford Carnicom
Our body responds to these invasive substances, pathogens, and frequencies in a variety of ways from heart attack to memory loss. We are experiencing significant oxygen deprivation. Dimming of the sun from these particulates impacts our whole body including our mental disposition and our immune system.
Weaving Out God Heaven and earth are likened into two balls of threads used in the process of weaving the fabric of Creation. At a basic level creation is a weave of earth, wind, fire, water and the ethereal substances of heaven. Within the substance are the defining characteristics of space, time, quantity, and quality all uniting to symbolize “the Light” of Creation for an inclusive total of ten. Within these ten, are tools or windows that the Creator uses to direct the world. Man is only able to gain a faint perception of the heavenly realm.
The different levels of heaven are the filters, screens of protection, or barriers from physical and spiritual elements that have potential to harm humanity. These barriers are what protect us from the desolation and darkness that was the chaos, in the beginning. In the beginning of time the earth swirled with primordial gasses that under-girded life on this planet. Today our air, food, and water lash out at us with chemicals intended to snuff out the breath of life.
It is time to stop tolerating our sky being turned into armor. An iron fist which harms rather than protects. We need to return to a day when heaven has not been pierced. A time when purity could be found on earth.
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15 Plants and Herbs That Can Boost Lung Health, Heal Respiratory Infections And Even Repair Pulmonary Damage
A wave of viral and bacterial infections is sweeping across the Northern Hemisphere and people are taking longer to heal from an array of symptoms within the respiratory system. If you are resorting to conventional medicine to address these infections with antibiotics, you are not only adding to the problems associated with antibiotic resistance, but you're also doing little to address the healing mechanisms within your body to address the cause. Herbal remedies not only boost lung health, but they can heal infections and even repair lung damage. Here are 15 of the best herbs to boost lung health.
1. LICORICE ROOT
Licorice is one of the more widely consumed herbs in the world. In Traditional Chinese Medicine it occurs in more formulas than any other single herb because it is thought to harmonize the action of all other herbs. Licorice is very soothing and softens the mucous membranes of the throat and especially the lungs and stomach and at the same time cleanses any inflamed mucous membrane that needs immune system support. . It reduces the irritation in the throat and yet has an expectorant action. It is the saponins (detergent-like action) that loosen the phlegm in the respiratory tract, so that the body can expel the mucus. Compounds within this root help relieve bronchial spasms and block the free radical cells that produce the inflammation and tightening of the air ways. The compounds also have antibacterial and antiviral effects to them as well which helps fight off viral and bacterial strains in the body that can cause lung infections. Glycrrhizins and flavonoids can even help prevent lung cancer cells from forming which means they can even prevent lung cancer.
Coltsfoot has been traditionally by Native Americans for thousands of years to strengthen the lungs. It clears out excess mucus from the lungs and bronchial tubes. It soothes the mucus membranes in the lungs, and has been shown in research to assist with asthma, coughs, bronchitis, and other lung ailments. Coltsfoot is available in dried form for tea or as an alcohol extract known as a tincture.
The toxic breakdown of therapeutic compounds in cannabis from burning the plant are totally avoided with vaporization. Extraction and inhaling cannabinoid essential oils of the unprocessed plant affords significant mitigation of irritation to the oral cavity that comes from smoking. Cannabis is perhaps one of the most effective anti-cancer plants in the world shown in study after study to stimulate cannabinoid receptor activation in specific genes and mediate the anti-invasive effect of cannabinoids. Vaporizing cannabis allows the active ingredients to stimulate the body's natural immune response and significantly reduces the ability of infections to spread. Vaporizing cannabis (especially with very high amounts of cannabinoids) opens up airways and sinuses, acting as a bronchodilator. It is even a proven method to treat and reverse asthma.
4. OSHA ROOT
Osha is an herb native to the Rocky Mountain area and has historically been used by the Native Americans for respiratory support. The roots of the plant contain camphor and other compounds which make it one of the best lung-support herbs in America. One of the main benefits of osha root is that it helps increase circulation to the lungs, which makes it easier to take deep breaths. Also, when seasonal sensitivities flare up your sinuses, osha root which is not an actual antihistamine, does produce a similar effect and may be help calm respiratory irritation.
Thyme is very powerful in the fight against chest congestion. It produces powerful antiseptic essential oils which are classified as naturally antibiotic and anti-fungal. Thyme is a well known to zap acne than expensive prescription creams, gels and lotions. Thyme tea has the power to chase away and eliminate bacteria and viruses so whether your infection is based on either, it will work. Thyme has been used as a lung remedy consumed since antiquity and is used extensively to day to prevent and treat respiratory tract infections and bacterial infection pneumonia.
Although oregano contains the vitamins and nutrients required by the immune system, its primary benefits are owed to its carvacrol and rosmarinic acid content. Both compounds are natural decongestants and histamine reducers that have direct, positive benefits on the respiratory tract and nasal passage airflow. Oil of oregano fights off the dangerous bacteria Staphylococcus aureus, better than the most common antibiotic treatments. Oregano has so many health benefits that a bottle of organic oregano oil should be in everyone's medicine cabinet.
Did you know that horses given lobelia are able to breath more deeply? Its benefits are not limited to equestrians. It has been used as "asthmador" in Appalachian folk medicine. Lobelia, by some accounts, is thought to be one of the most valuable herbal remedies in existence. Extracts of Lobelia inflata contain lobeline, which showed positive effects in the treatment of multidrug-resistant tumor cells. Lobelia contains an alkaloid known as lobeline, which thins mucus, breaks up congestion. Additionally, lobelia stimulates the adrenal glands to release epinephrine, in effect, this relaxes the airways and allows for easier breathing. Also, because lobelia helps to relax smooth muscles, it is included in many cough and cold remedies. Lobelia should be part of everyone's respiratory support protocol!
Elecampane has been used by Native Americans for many years to clear out excess mucus that impairs lung function. It is known as a natural antibacterial agent for the lungs, helping to lessen infection particularly for people who are prone to lung infections like bronchitis. Herbal practitioners often recommend one teaspoon of the herb per cup of boiling water, drunk three times daily for two to three weeks but elecampane is also available in tincture format for ease.
Native to Australia, eucalyptus isn't just for Koala bears! Aborigines, Germans, and Americans have all used the refreshing aroma of eucalyptus to promote respiratory health and soothe throat irritation. Eucalyptus is a common ingredient in cough lozenges and syrups and its effectiveness is due to a compound called cineole. Cineole has numerous benefits -- it's an expectorant, can ease a cough, fights congestion, and soothes irritated sinus passages. As an added bonus, because eucalyptus contains antioxidants, it supports the immune system during a cold or other illness.
Both the flowers and the leaves of the mullein plant are used to make an herbal extract that helps strengthen the lungs. Mullein is used by herbal practitioners to clear excess mucus from the lungs, cleanse the bronchial tubes, and reduce inflammation that is present in the respiratory tract. A tea can be made from one teaspoon of the dried herb to one cup of boiled water. Alternatively, you can take a tincture form of this herb.
Lungwort is a tree-growing lichen that actually resembles lung tissue in appearance. However, this natural remedy doesn't just look the part. As early as the 1600s, lungwort has been used to promote lung and respiratory health and clear congestion. Pulmonaria selections come in all kinds so seek an herbologist for direction. Lungwort also contains compounds that are powerfully effective against harmful organisms that affect respiratory health.
Chaparral, a plant native to the southwest, has been appreciated by the Native Americans for lung detoxification and respiratory support. Chaparral contains powerful antioxidants that resist irritation and NDGA which is known to fight histamine response. NDGA inhibits aerobic and anaerobic glycolysis (the energy-producing ability) of cancer cells. Chaparral is also an herb that fights harmful organisms. The benefits of chaparral are most available in a tincture extraction but chaparral tea may support respiratory problems by encouraging an expectorant action to clear airways of mucus.
Sage's textured leaves give off a heady aroma, which arises from sage's essential oils. These oils are the source of the many benefits of sage tea for lung problems and common respiratory ailments. Sage tea is a traditional treatment for sore throats and coughs. The rich aromatic properties arising from sage's volatile oils of thujone, camphor, terpene and salvene can be put to use by inhaling sage tea's vapors to dispel lung disorders and sinusitis. Alternatively, brew a strong pot of sage tea and place it into a bowl or a vaporizer.
Peppermint, and peppermint oil, contains menthol -- a soothing ingredient known to relax the smooth muscles of the respiratory tract and promote free breathing. Dried peppermint typically contains menthol, menthone, menthyl acetate, menthofuran and cineol. Peppermint oil also contains small amounts of many additional compounds including limonene, pulegone, caryophyllene and pinene. Paired with the antihistamine effect of peppermint, menthol is a fantastic decongestant. Many people use therapeutic chest balms and other inhalants that contain menthol to help break up congestion. Additionally, peppermint is an antioxidant and fights harmful organisms.
15. PLANTAIN LEAF
With fruit that is similar in appearance to a banana, plantain leaf has been used for hundreds of years to ease cough and soothe irritated mucous membranes. Many of its active constituents show antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, as well as being anti-inflammatory and antitoxic. Clinical trials have found it favorable against cough, cold, and lung irritation. Plantain leaf has an added bonus in that it may help relieve a dry cough by spawning mucus production in the lungs.
Seek the advice of an herbologist or Naturopathic Doctor on the preparation, appropriate dosages and frequency according to your condition. Many of the herbs above may also be combined for cumulative effects. All of the above are available in various forms, as nutritional supplements, tea blends and prepared oils. You can always grow your own as well to ensure your herbs are organic and ethically harvested.