Tag Archives: Natural Health

Take Back Your Health – Detoxing from Glyphosate

herbicide-587589_640Jill HendersonShow Me Oz

With a score of recent legal victories against the makers of Round Up (glyphosate) herbicide for its role in causing cancer, there can be no more doubt about what activists and independent researchers have been saying for the last two decades: glyphosate is deadly!  Not only is it the most-widely used herbicide in the world but one that is pervasive in our food, water, and air. Over 98% of people tested in the US had significant levels of glyphosate in their blood and urine – including pregnant women and their unborn babies. Despite both Monsanto and Bayer’s claims, glyphosate does not break down readily or quickly in the environment leaving untold millions exposed to this cancer causing herbicide. Today, we’re going to talk about how you can start to detox your environment and your body from this cancer-causing herbicide. Continue reading

Agenda 21 is Here

AMERICA CANNOT BE FREE WITHOUT FREE SPEECH!

My latest interview with Ciaran Boyle of the WORLD EVENTS NETWORK talking about the very real dangers of 5G and the controversial cancer treatment GcMAF.

CENSORSHIP NOTICE: Ciaran’s YouTube Channel was deleted in June (2019) along with all of his interviews due to the ongoing censorship of freelance journalists  who dare discuss issues that don’t agree with the mainstream machine. It’s up to YOU to demand that the censoring of alternative opinions stop! If you would like to watch this interview, I will email you a copy directly (if I can). Just leave a comment below and I will contact you directly. 

(www.youtube.com/watch?v=9u8TXxfyL8A&feature=youtu.be)

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Black Walnuts: A Local Remedy

blackwalnutsBy Jill Henderson – Show Me Oz

(Excerpted in part from A Journey of Seasons: A Year in the Ozarks High Country)

In the Ozarks we are blessed with an abundance of trees, among them the stately and ever-useful Black Walnut (Juglans nigra).  These trees are not only beautiful to look at and make wonderful shade trees when they are allowed to grow to their full size, but they also provide valuable timber and edible nuts. Continue reading