BIRD FLU, MAD COW, other animal diseases
AND HUMAN DISEASES:
Paperback Book: 1960 : Dr. D.C. Jarvis,
Arthritis and Folk MedicineDr. Jarvis warned unnatural feeding of animals in feedlots causes the blood ph to change from slightly acid to alkaline allowing viruses and bacteria to cause diseases in humans and animals. (Viruses cannot live in acid environment.)
Intensive vegetable growing with fertilizers etc. also cause the ph of the blood to change. Pasteurizing milk makes milk alkaline.
Note: In alkaline blood, calcium does not go into the bones as it should; it goes into arteries, muscles, and organs building hard deposits.
To overcome that, stir 2 teaspoons each apple cider vinegar and honey; after stirring, add glass of water and sip during 3 meals.
That will take calcium from where it does not belong and put it in the bones where it does belong.
Animal doses of apple cider vinegar on rations are in the book, as are solutions for hyperactive people or animals.
The best protection and prevention of diseases is: individuals having their own animals grazing, and using organic gardening ways for their own vegetables in their own communities, the way it was before we moved to cities.
Note: the goal in life is not employment; the goal is a garden-paradise where we grow our own fruits and vegetables and choose useful pets that provide fresh milk and eggs. Part of the abundant life is not destroying ourselves with unnatural food production.
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