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Lemons Cure Scurvy
Lemons Cure Scurvy

I’ve read stories about arctic expeditions where the difference between success and failure was if the ship had lemons or limes. The limes didn’t cure Scurvy but the lemons and oranges did. Not knowing the difference then, long voyage ships loaded with limes may not make it home. The sailors with rickety legs are the limeys, right? My wife makes me drink a little fresh lemon tea each morning with a bit of honey. She doesn’t like it if I break my fast before my lemon tea. She makes the tea, and then we eat breakfast. It’s not so bad on this boat.

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My Dad has COVID

My Dad Has COVID

I was born in 1964. Our Maine farm house had an old fashioned crank telephone. You’d crank the thing and ask Goldie the operator to connect you with whom you wanted to call. Now we all have smartphones. I’ve seen a lot in my lifetime. In all my life politics did not seem to be

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Human Over-Response

When people are frightened, they employ methods that are more of a fear response than scientific. For instance, when the schools reopened this fall, my child returned home at the end of the day exhausted from breathing the chemicals the school is using to disinfect with. On top of it, other students bring personal disinfectant

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Hulda Clark on the immune system and bacteria / viruses

The Chemical Reaction

Many people are turning to bleach, disinfectant, and sanitizers these days. It’s obviously not safe to drink or inject into the bloodstream, but did you know that it’s not safe for use at all? I understand your objection. After all, essential public places such as grocery stores have increased their disinfecting practices in response to

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