Zika Virus and Its Real Purpose

10 shocking reasons why Zika virus fear is another fraudulent medical hoax and vaccine industry funding scam

Think the Zika virus is responsible for all the cases of microcephaly in South America? Think again: There is no reliable scientific evidence linking the two. The developmental deformities are actually caused by exposure to toxic insecticide and larvicide chemicals, not Zika virus.

But because Zika virus fear fits a convenient funding narrative for chemical giants and vaccine manufacturers, it is being played up by the corrupt, criminally-run CDC and the Obama administration to funnel billions of dollars into the hands of vaccine corporations while ignoring the real causes of microcephaly.

Here are the top 10 reasons why the Zika virus fear mongering is a total scam: Continue reading

An End to Being “Eaten Alive”

Q: I used to hide indoors all summer because I seemed to be a magnet for mosquitoes. But I’ve found that if I take Kyolic odorless garlic, 600 milligrams per tablet, two tablets each morning, it keeps mosquitoes away. I also haven’t had a cold since I started using it. I wanted to share this information with you in case other readers have the same problem.

Dr. Wright: Thank you for passing along this tip. I’m glad it works for you, and hope it works for other readers. Other readers (from Alaska) have informed me that 500 to 1,000 milligrams of thiamine (B1) taken every four to six hours keeps mosquitoes away for them. This much thiamine is safe, but may cause drowsiness in the occasional individual.

Natural Remedies for Treating Parasites

 by: Tony Isaacs                         http://www.naturalnews.com/024196.html 

According to the World Health Organization, 3.5 billion people suffer from some type of parasitic infection. Not all of these people live in third world countries; many in the developed world have any number of parasitic infections, some of which are so highly contagious that extremely casual contact with something that has been handled by an infected person can infect another person.

It is extremely easy to contract a parasite infection. Contaminated water is one source of infection. Improperly washed or undercooked food is a common means of infection. Transmission from pets is another. Contact with another infected person is also a common route of infection. Travel can escalate the risks. Antibiotics pose another problem because they interfere with normal intestinal flora, some which tend to control certain types of infection. Continue reading