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Chaga – From Tree To Tea

This is a how-to video showing how I make my Chaga tea. It begins with harvesting the Chaga in the wilds of Alaska at our remote cabin and follows step by step all the way through to the cup of tea.

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Whole Food Vitamins for Perfect Health – Dr. Cass Ingram

Dr. Cass Ingram is a nutritional physician who received a B.S. in biology and chemistry from the University of Northern Iowa (1979) and a D.O. from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences (1984).

Dr. Ingram has since written 24 books on natural healing. He has given answers and hope to millions through lectures on thousands of radio/TV shows. His research and writing have led to countless cures and discoveries.

Dr. Cass Ingram presents hundreds of health tips and insights in his many books on health, nutrition, and disease prevention. Dr. Ingram is one of North America’s leading experts on the health benefits and disease fighting properties of wild medicinal spice extracts.

A popular media personality, he has appeared on over 5,000 radio and TV shows. He now travels the world promoting perfect health — the natural way.

This video is a recording of a lecture given by Dr. Ingram on March 22nd, 2012 at Nature’s Pantry Market.

This video has the following topics at the times indicated: (Note: A DVD is also available and has the same topics in DVD chapters.)

Video Time, Chapter #, Topic

00:00:00 (1) Opening Montage
00:02:00 (2) Introduction
00:03:01 (3) Dr. Cass Ingram – Opening Comments
00:13:11 (4) Historical Uses of Several Herbs
00:16:55 (5) The Effect Of Your Diet On Your Health
00:20:45 (6) GMO Foods To Avoid
00:21:13 (7) Proper Food To Include In Your Diet
00:28:20 (8) Chronic Health Conditions
00:43:58 (9) Testimony About Effectivenes of Oregamax
00:49:30 (10) Nutrient Deficiency
00:55:23 (11) The Effectiveness of Chaga
01:01:45 (12) The Endocrine System – Body Shape Diet, Questions, Final Comments

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Making a Water Based Chaga Tea-Extract 90 Mins

Took about a 12oz amount of milled Wild Chaga and put it in a coffee grinder to make it ultra fine.

Added the fine powder to simmering water of about 375F for 90 minutes and stirred it every 15 minutes. Added a little more water about 60 mins in since it reduced down a bit.

I let the pot cool down for about 45 minutes and then used a micron mesh filter for coffee filtering to keep out the excess.

I made about 9 liters of chaga extract which I put into three 3 liter containers to chill right away.

I can take 2-4 ounce shots once or twice a day and do the same for my family. A 3 liter container usually lasts about 2 weeks to a month for a family of five taking it daily.

I also fine grind the chaga into a fine powder and capsule them for an extra benefit. I would recommend that you use both and the tinctures if you can make them.

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Wild Oregano – King of Herbs

When it comes to medicinal herbs wild oregano is king. Oregano has been used for its medicinal values for thousands of years. The name oregano is derived from the Greek word meaning “joy of the mountains.”

Oregano is a member of the mint family. Wild oregano is not the same as the one found in the grocery store. Often times you’ll only find marjoram, oregano’s calmer, sweeter fraternal twin. Oregano is zesty, peppery and lemony. Marjoram is delicate and floral. Of the 60 plus species of oregano, or oregano-like plants, relatively few actually possess significant medicinal powers. To be medicinal, oregano must be wild mountain-grown. Medicinal grade oregano grows wild throughout the world but is best known in the Mediterranean and North America. The plant grows in remote mountainous regions free of pollution. Only the leaves of the flowering plant are used. They are picked precisely when the plant is highest in essential oil. Being wild, it is grown chemical-free.

A special distillation process is used to extract the essential oil from the plant. Oregano oil is the most potent plant oil on the planet – Antibacterial, Antiviral, Antifungal, Anti-parasitic, Anti-allergy, Antibiotic, Immune Stimulant, Anti-venom, Anti-pleomorphism and an Antioxidant.

But make no mistake about it because there is a difference in carvacrol levels, in quality based on country of origin, gathering practices and distillation processes. Also, you want 100% pure, undiluted, organic oil. Some companies are recommended in the links below this article.

Oregano oil contains four main groups of chemicals that contribute to its potent healing powers. Phenols, such as carvacrol and thymol, act as antiseptics and antioxidants, while terpenes, which include pinene and terpinene, exhibit antiseptic, antiviral, anti-inflammatory and anesthetic properties. Linalool and bonreol are two long-chain alcohols found in oregano oil, which add to the antiviral and antiseptic qualities. Esters are potent antifungal agents. Two that are found in abundance in oregano oil are linalyl acetate and geranyl acetate.

Although there is a combined effect of the many significant compounds found in oregano oil, its effectiveness is largely attributed to its primary ingredient, a phenol named carvacrol. When lab tested, carvacrol was found to be one of the most potent antibiotics known to science. In tests done at Georgetown University, it was found to be more effective than penicillin, streptomycin and even vancomycin (considered to be the strongest of all antibiotics). Unlike pharmaceutical antibiotics, oregano oil does not create resistant strains of mutant bacteria. It is able to naturally, and effectively, eliminate any pathogen that is unfortunate enough to cross its path. Oregano oil heals through a process of feeding the cells, cleaning the cells and destroying pathogens. No prescription. No side effects.

Isomeric phenols (primarily carvacrol) in oregano oil in dilutions as low as 1/50,000 destroys Candida albicans, the Aspergillus mold, Staphylococcus, Campylobacter, Klebsiella, E.coli, Giardia, Pseudomonas, and Proteus.

In ancient Greek physicians prescribed oregano for trauma, wounds, headaches, lung disorders, asthma, seizures, venomous bites and even poisoning. During the middle ages, Islamics used oregano oil as a germ killer and a food preserver. In Britain, oregano was regarded as the ideal remedy for a heal cold in the 17th century.

Another unique and powerful feature of oregano oil is its amazing ability to exercise discretion as it penetrates the cellular wall, bringing nutrients, minerals and vitamins to beneficial cells while immediately neutralizing organisms that are detrimental to life.

Wild oregano is rich in a long list of minerals that includes calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron, potassium, copper, boron, and manganese. Vitamins C and A (beta carotene) and niacin also are contained in oregano.

Oregano is a powerhouse for fighting yeast, fungus, allergies and stopping infections. Additionally, oregano oil works to clear up eczema, psoriasis, warts and rashes.

Oregano oil can be taken internally and topically. It is strong, so when using it internally, start with small amounts, like one or two drops twice daily in juice. Take one drop twice per day working your way to one drop four times per day. Mix with one teaspoon of honey, maple syrup, or olive oil to improve palatability. Take for a period of 15 days and then stop for 15 days. Then repeat the process until you’re cured.

Externally, oil of oregano may also be applied topically to treat itches, infections of the skin, gums, teeth, and just about any orifice in the body, including genitals. Exercise care if you use it in the genital region where it is best mixed with a carrier oil before application (1 drop per teaspoon of oil). Wild oregano has a bite to it so it can burn or tingle. If it’s too much for you, dilute it with more oil.

Rub the oregano oil/carrier oil mixture over your entire body or just the soles of your feet where your pores are the biggest, allowing the oil to enter the bloodstream.

There are no side effects and it is compatible with any other natural remedy or prescription drug.

Oil of Oregano Effectively Treats: acne, allergies, arthritis, asthma, athlete’s foot, constipation, croup, dandruff, diarrhea, digestive disturbances, insect bites, bronchitis, canker sores, colds, flu, earaches, fatigue, gum disease, parasites, yeast, fungal infections, headaches, menstrual irregularities, psoriasis, toenail problems, seborrhea, ringworm, rosacea, sinusitis, muscle pain, varicose veins, warts, vaginitis, lymph activator/cleaner, stiff joints, dry eyes, discolored tongue, prostatitus, insulin resistance and even tumors.

Why harm yourself with prescription drugs that only treat the ailment and cause more damage to other parts of your body? Try this remedy that actually heals, naturally.

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