White Wellness: Controlling Our Future (3-28-19)

Tabitha discusses a multitude of topics tied to how we can take control of our mental, physical and spiritual health including: slippery elm, exotic types of honey, millet, psychedelic plants of Europe, the meaning of the color red, the brain affects of psychological abuse, breath of fire, the traps of Buddhism, parasite cleansing tips, the 8th chakra and the panchakarma cleanse.

Creamy millet porride with roasted strawberries
https://naturallyella.com/creamy-millet-porridge/  

Breath of fire how to
https://www.doyouyoga.com/10-ways-breath-of-fire-can-take-you-higher/

15
Leave a Reply

5 Comment threads
10 Thread replies
3 Followers
 
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
4 Comment authors
  Subscribe  
newest oldest most voted
Notify of
Good Dictator

Another of my favourite shows of yours (I am slowly bringing myself up to date with your shows)! I was especially interested in topics on what’s good for the intestine (I had a ulcerative colitis in 2001 at age 29) such a s slippery elm and elderberry honey, on what’s good to avoid parasites (black walnut herb, clove herb and warm wood herb in formulas with oregano or oregano oil), and on the breath of fire technique 🙂 I have a couple of questions: 1) What recipe for the pumpkin seed pudding with slippery elm do you recommend (and with what form of slippery elm, powder, I mean in this recipe)? 2) I am on my second day of fasting with just water and Himalayan… Read more »

Tabitha

Thanks for the kind words. Here is the link I used for the info on slippery elm; it contains recipes for slippery elm lozenges and gut healing pumpkin pudding. The pudding recipe calls for gelatin; I would suggest substituting 1 tb. of agar agar flakes (a clear, tasteless sea vegetable).
https://www.mindbodygreen.com/articles/slippery-elm-benefits-side-effects-and-exactly-how-to-use-it-for-constipation

Parasite wise, I would suggest using all 3 herbs as they work nicely together. Brand wise, I like Global Healing Center’s Paratrex. It comes in pill form, just make sure to drink ample water when you take it. The herb I was referencing is urva ursi. I hope this helps!

Good Dictator

Thanks a lot indeed! It helps a lot 🙂

Good Dictator

Oh, just one more thing. I am having trouble finding the Elderberry Honey here in Italy. I only found honey with Elderberries which I presume is not the same thing, right? Do you think it might be as good?

Good Dictator

In general I find Elderberry syrup honey, which also is something else… Do you have a link I could purchase from?

Tabitha

The honey infused with elderberries is still good, but a different food than honey produced by bees who feed on elderberries. The honey should be more robust than the infusion. The elderberry honey I have I purchased from a local beekeeper and I have not seen it online.

The Good Dictator

Thanks a lot, I will see if they have it in my local farmers market, or I’ll have to look for a local beekeeper, both options are usually much better 🙂

Elizabeth

Tabitha, thank you so much for mentioning the plant-based leathers. I know they’ve been around for a while, but now they are so improved. I’ll post a few links I found for any who might be interested. Again, thank you!! This is such a major breakthrough for our animal friends. Hooray!!

Pineapple Leather:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfB6rdCvkVY

*

Tabitha

Thanks for sharing these videos. I watched them all. I want to get a mushroom leather handbag!

Elizabeth
Elizabeth
mike anglelo

Thanks for another really good broadcast Tabitha. I just thought I’d like to share a few things. Apparently the Gladiators were vegan and were called the barley men. In a scientific report from WW2 it was said that ANZAC prisoners of war in Japanese camps were fed on potatoes and rice and all the men who previously had rheumatoid arthritis went into remission. Dr Hulda Clarke recommended a parasite cleanse of black walnut hull, cloves, and wormwood.

Tabitha

Thanks I plan to discuss barley on an upcoming show; it’s another great grain that doesn’t get the recognition it deserves. Interesting info on what the Japanese were fed during White War 2. I read Lonce that it was rather typical for Irish men to work all day and thrive on 10 potatoes. There is even a potato diet that is touted as a curative for certain illnesses.
I’m familiar with Dr. Hulda Clarke; she has many good ideas on how to use herbs to cleanse and build the body.

mike angelo

It was the ANZAC’s ( Australian and Newzelander) prisoners of war that were fed the potatoes and rice by the Japanese. Clint Paddison mentioned it on his arthritis info. I’ve done the Dr Hulda Clarke cleanses but I didn’t get much out of using her zapper.

Tabitha

Makes sense Australians and New Zealanders would thrive on potatoes and rice as many of them are of Celtic stock.