Experts say nutmeg offers lots of benefits. This includes eliminating acne, soothing our stomach, helping with diarrhea – even fighting back against intestinal gas.
And professional chefs use a pinch of nutmeg to drastically improve the flavors of their dishes. I add it to my famous chicken Alfredo and my famous mashed potatoes – it is my “secret” ingredient.
Some add a dash of nutmeg to warm milk just before going to bed. Nutmeg prevents serotonin from breaking down (so it lasts longer in the brain).
Nutmeg oil has long been used to soothe toothaches and sore gums. We might want to massage a drop or two of this nutmeg oil onto our gums when they are painful or inflamed.
Nutmeg has a sort of twisted reputation.
Because in large doses, nutmeg is HIGHLY poisonous. It only takes a couple of teaspoons to get a toxic dose of nutmeg. About 30 minutes to an hour after taking large doses of nutmeg, people usually have severe gastrointestinal reactions, including nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. But that’s just the beginning. Hours into the high, people can suffer from heart and nerve problems as well.
Now, nutmeg is a seed. And for those with seed allergies, Mace is a viable alternative. Mace is the outer covering of the nutmeg kernel. Mace is super hard to track down… but I have tested this Mace and it tastes just as good as nutmeg.
When people say bad things about me on the Internet, I ignore it.
Because, I do not care what most people think of me. (I do care what the RIGHT people think about me)…
But the real reason is I know most of the “people” online are artificial intelligence bots.
Or worse, these “people” come from “click farms” – as featured in this New York Intelligencer article… and I quote:
How much of the internet is fake? Studies generally suggest that, year after year, less than 60 percent of web traffic is human; some years, according to some researchers, a healthy majority of it is bot. For a period of time in 2013, the Times reported this year, a full half of YouTube traffic was “bots masquerading as people,” a portion so high that employees feared an inflection point after which YouTube’s systems for detecting fraudulent traffic would begin to regard bot traffic as real and human traffic as fake. They called this hypothetical event “the Inversion.”
First we have fake news, now we have fake people surfin’ the ‘net. What is next?
In my post about how I eliminate headaches without taking NSAIDs, I talked about the dangers of headache medications.
But the truth about headache pills like Ibuprofen is even worse than we could ever imagine.
According to this PubMed abstract, “Ibuprofen alters human testicular physiology to produce a state of compensated hypogonadism (sp?)”.
In simple speak, Ibuprofen makes us sterile.
This is not surprising as regular use of painkillers have always been linked to causing erectile dysfunction.
Once again, we have another drug linked to impotence. The silent war on babymaking continues.
All our life, we have been blitzed with the warning that there are too many people living on our planet.
At the same time, we have been guilted into thinking that throwing out food is a bad thing – because there are people starving in Africa, etc.
Let’s put our critical thinking cap on, shall we?
When we run the math and assign a sizeable area of land to every family of 4 on the planet, something interesting happens:
This 66-foot by 66-foot plot of land (enough for a townhome and play yard) could house the entire 7 billion people in the state of Texas… and the rest of the earth would be empty.
This short video sums the population myth up nice and tidy:
The punchline is there is P L E N T Y of space for humanity…
And the same is true for food.
According to Thomas Malthus in 1798, we were supposed to run out of food in the year 1890. Of course, this prediction failed.
We have so much food today that governments throughout the world have paid farmers NOT to grow more food. I am not kidding – watch this:
So why are powerful NGOs striking fear into us that there are too many people on the planet?
My guess is to make room for the robotic society. After all, paying Universal Basic Income is expensive. Conspiracy theorists will scream that depopulation is taking place secretly… in plain sight.
I am beyond stunned how many people take Aspirin to treat their headaches.
Stunned… because acetaminophen, ibuprofen and aspirin are super toxic – even deadly.
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