How to Make and Apply Herbal Poultices

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January 23, 2017 ( “The fruit of it shall be for eating and leaf of it for healing…” (Ezekiel 47:12) [Sponsor Links: FREE COLLOIDAL SILVER] 5 years ago, I came down with a bad upper respiratory infection. I was taking over the counter medicines, but none seemed to work and I was worried about secondary infections. My wife grandmother suggested I make a mustard plaster (poultice) for my chest. She told me that was what her mother did when she was a child. If it would help me with my chest congestion, I’d try anything. You know what? After a few applications, it worked! We live in an amazing world where everything is provided for, all that is needed is… Read More →

Running Increases Brainpower


December 5, 2017 ( We know that exercise is great for our bodies, but did you know it’s also great for your brain? A new study shows that running, even more than other aerobic or high-intensity exercises increases the development of neurons in the parts of the brain we use for learning and retaining information. Researchers saw that the hippocampus lights up on imaging scans during running (indicating growth and new connections) but stays dark during exercises like weight lifting. [Sponsor Links: FREE COLLOIDAL SILVER] I practice high-intensity interval training myself (with exercises like weight lifting or rope jumping) because studies show that exercising in this way burns more calories; however, the effects of neurogenesis only occur during sustained running… Read More →

Avoid a Sprained Ankle


December 19, 2016 ( In an emergency situation, it is imperative that you are healthy and strong enough to remain alert, prepared, and most of all, mobile. You have no way of knowing if your home base will be compromised or not and/or if a natural disaster or other circumstance will have you on the run. Something as seemingly innocuous as a sprained ankle can mean the difference between making a getaway or getting stuck. [Sponsor Links: FREE COLLOIDAL SILVER] History Repeats Itself Many people will tell you that they have suffered from a sprained or twisted ankle at some point in their lifetime. However, more than half of those people who have done so never seek professional medical treatment… Read More →

Old-Fashioned Ways to Predict the Weather


December 9, 2016 ( We’re going to cover the weather in this article: how important it is to forecast for bugging out, for your retreat location, and for your operations in a survival scenario. There is no foolproof method to determine the weather, as it is constantly changing with the introduction of many variables. You can, however, utilize certain clues in your surroundings as well as arm yourself with knowledge of how the weather works and how to determine changes that are significant for you. [Sponsor Links: FREE COLLOIDAL SILVER] In some of these cases, depending on your locale, determining the weather can be a matter of life or death. Here in the Rocky Mountains, you need to know when… Read More →

Why Whole Foods are Better Than Supplements


December 6, 2016 Silver Bulletin Editor’s Note: We’re running this article from in the interest of providing another perspective on the topic of enhancing nutrition through supplements. Although we wholeheartedly agree with the concept that the best nutrition is by way of whole foods, this article fails to cover a number of extenuating factors. I won’t get into detailed explanations and footnotes about these factors; the research and documentation has been done for decades and is available to all on the Internet. (1) Essential Trace Minerals: Most of today’s mass crop food producing soils are nearly devoid of essential trace minerals from decades of mineral depletion without these trace minerals being added back to the soil. Generally only potassium,… Read More →

Exciting Uses for Cranberries


November 21, 2016 ( Cranberries are a beautiful addition to any dinner plate. Their rich color dresses everything up and adds a touch of complex sweetness. Cranberries are also extremely healthy—they are chockfull of antioxidants and proanthocyanidins (or PACs) that help to prevent the adhesion of certain of bacteria (these anti-adhesion properties inhibit the bacteria associated with E. coli, and potentially those associated with gum disease and stomach ulcers as well). Cranberries are also rich in phytonutrients, giving you an upper hand at combatting various illnesses. Women have long-been using cranberry juices and extract to treat and avoid urinary tract infections. [Sponsor Links: FREE COLLOIDAL SILVER] With Thanksgiving around the corner, you might find yourself with an abundance of cranberries… Read More →

Sunlight Needed Anywhere You Can Get It

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November 10, 2016 ( With the apparent elimination of rickets at the turn of 20th century, following the discovery of the role that vitamin D plays in the elimination of this disease, most may think that vitamin D deficiency is a problem of the past. While vitamin D deficiency is not often found in North America, insufficiency is still very common. This should not be surprising, being that there has been an unprecedented increase of indoor computer use as social media and remote-access work continue to rise in popularity. The acclimatization of modern people to a lifestyle that is primarily indoors is a recipe for disaster when considering the importance of vitamin D and bone health. The following will discuss… Read More →

Ways to Cut Cold Durations


October 27, 2016 ( At our house, back to school means back to kids bringing home germs. When the leaves start turning, I start reaching for my cough drops, feeling that all too familiar tickle in my throat. If I can, I try to drink tons of water, wash my hands like crazy, and keep the bug from taking hold. But once I know I’m past the point of no return, the following things can help cut the duration of my cold and get me back to my busy life. [Sponsor Links: FREE COLLOIDAL SILVER] Do you know how to tell the difference between a cold and a flu virus? Sleep Helps You Heal You probably know this already: one… Read More →

Eat Peppers with Every Meal


October 11, 2016 ( Peppers are great for flavoring food, but did you know that consuming spicy peppers on a regular basis may substantially extend your life? It was once thought that hot peppers were damaging to the intestines and that they might possibly cause ulcers. However, in defiance of this common misunderstanding, spicy foods have been shown to reduce the risk of ulcers by the gradual eradication of the ulcer-causing bacteria, “Helicobacter Pylori,” effectively balancing gut flora in the digestive tract. [Sponsor Links: FREE COLLOIDAL SILVER] A 2015 Chinese health study suggests that consumption of peppers shows promise for increasing longevity. The study found that “the habitual consumption of spicy foods was inversely associated with total and certain cause… Read More →

Store Baby Teeth for Later Medical Use


October 7, 2016 ( A new study has shown that children’s baby teeth are a rich source of stem cells. Stem cells, as you may know, are important because they are a kind of “blank” cell that can be grown into multiple kinds of cells as necessary. This comes in handy when cells are lost or damaged due to illness or disease. Though it’s not without controversy, doctors are excited about the growing role of stem cells to treat injury, illness, and tissue deterioration due to age. [Sponsor Links: FREE COLLOIDAL SILVER] Most moms and dads store their child’s baby teeth as a keepsake, but merely throwing these tiny teeth in a box isn’t going to cut it for later… Read More →