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Thrive — Health

Health is going to be extremely important going forward. It’s critical that you have a regular exercise program to keep your energy levels up, maintain a psychologically positive outlook, and strengthen your ability to ward off disease.

I’m starting to look for sources of knowledge in natural substances and hope to be able to populate this topic with more pertinent information by the next newsletter (in October).

Meanwhile, here’s a great article on how to combat the corona virus. Although it may be a bit late for the current scamdemic, we would have a resurgence (although I believe it will be a small one) this fall.

Here’s an important paragraph from the article below:

  1. Advise all people over age 16 to at least boost their resistance by correcting their vitamin D deficiency.   This would be done by providing a vitamin D3 dose of 5,000 IU per day and vitamin A 10,000 IU per day taken with 30 ml olive oil.  Both vitamins A are fat-soluble.  Vitamin C 1,000 mg two to three times a day, increased to bowel tolerance as necessary.  Zinc picolinate or zinc citrate 30 mg per day,  Lugols iodine 5% 4 drops in water per day, and methylselenocysteine or selenomethionine 400-600 mcg per day.  Also, use an (asthma) nebulizer with 3 % hydrogen peroxide to disinfect the nasal passages after possible exposure. 

Full article: Minimizing Pain

Top 7 supplements and superfoods for de-stressing while strengthening immune defenses during these tumultuously-political and germ-paranoid times

Books on Herbal Remedies

I’ve purchased these digital copies that are free for you to download.

The Lost Book of Remedies

80 Square Fee SHTF Medicinal Garden

Everyday Disaster Medicine

About the authors of the above books

Nicole Apelian, Ph.D. 

Dr. Nicole Apelian is an herbalist, a mother, a survival skills instructor, an anthropologist, and a biologist. She graduated with a degree in Biol-ogy from McGill University in Canada and has her Master’s degree in Ecology from the University of Oregon. She earned her Doctorate through Prescott College while working as an anthropologist and ethno-botanist in Botswana. She is also the author of “A Reference Guide to Surviving Nature: Outdoor Preparation and Remedies”. 

Claude Davis 

Claude Davis is a Wild West history expert and the chief editor at askaprepper.com. His main focus is to save the survival skills of our grandparents. He’s also the author of the bestselling book, “The Lost Ways – Saving Our Forefathers’ Skills”. 

While most people tend to be obsessed with everything “new”—with technology, smartphones, social media, and cars that drive themselves—he has always been intrigued by what he believes was a happier, wiser, healthier America: a country of more independent people, who took responsibility for themselves, who were proud of being American, and who dreamed of building a better world.