White Wellness: Living in the Fear Culture (3-21-19)

Tabitha talks about the meaning of gyan mudra and its relationship to the NZ hoax, a recipe for bulgur and walnut kibbeh, homosexuality and raw meat, adrenal health, ayurvedic massage, the gaslit narcissistic culture and how we can take steps to protect ourselves.

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Amber
1 year ago

Now is the time for Nettles! *A remedy to purify the blood: A great many illnesses result in ”bad blood,” often recognizable in blemished, unhealthy looking skin, and in the laboratory in higher than normal cholesterol and urine readings. A blood purification cure using stinging nettles, continued until the disorder has died away, can do a lot of good in such cases. Also for any healthy individual a spring cure of nettle tea will drive springtime fatigue out of his limbs. This cure stimulates the bladder and kidneys, promotes the activity of all the digestive organs and gives the body numerous minerals and vitamins. When the moon is on the wane (if possible in the afternoon between 3 and 7pm) drink as much nettle tea… Read more »

Tabitha
1 year ago

Thanks for sharing this Amber!

Tabitha
1 year ago

Bulgur recipe: http://wegottaeat.com/ramiller910/recipes/bulgur-and-walnut-kibbeh
I use double the amount of water to grain (3/4 cup bulgur to 1 1/2 cups water), added fresh basil and serve with tomatoes and olives.

Chef
Reply to  Tabitha
1 year ago

Kubbeh Hamusta soup with Mujaddara, Flatbread, Pickles and Tahini is usually eaten on Fridays by Kurdish and Iraqi Jews, especially in Autumn and Winter. Kibbeh or kubbeh is a typical kosher dish.

Reply to  Chef
1 year ago

jews have stolen recipes from people who are actually creative. There is no such thing as jewish food besides matzah balls w goyim blood.

Lotti Von Hesse
Reply to  Sinny
1 year ago

Damn right! They are frauds – they gave us nothing, except debt-laden money, mass murder, tortore, and mass rape, including children!

Tabitha
Reply to  Chef
1 year ago

Mujaddara is an Iraqui dish of rice, lentils and caramelized onions. Sometimes meat is added depending on where it’s made as it’s also made in Lebanon, Palestine, Syria and Jordan. The first recorded recipe dates back to 1226 in Iraq. Kibbeh is native to Syria. It can be made with just vegetables, with meat or with raw meat. It is also made in Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan, Egypt, Iraq, Armenia, Iran, Cyprus and Turkey. Neither mujaddara or kibbeh are kosher dishes. They have been appropriated just like bagels. The Middle Eastern countries used to be White; these recipes represent our lengthly and diverse culinary history. In fact, there are still minority communities of Whites living in the Middle East. I’ve always enjoyed this style of cuisine… Read more »

Lotti Von Hesse
Reply to  Tabitha
1 year ago

I would love to try that above mentioned dish – The only ingredients I don’t like are garlic and cilantro – the garlic is too strong for me (it also makes me smell bad) and cilantro tastes like soap to me – are there good garlic-free vegan dishes that are easy to make for me with only five or so ingredients, Tabitha? Thank you

Tabitha
Reply to  Lotti Von Hesse
1 year ago

Hi Lotti you could leave the garlic out and substitute parsley or basil for cilantro in most any recipe. Here is a very simple recipe with a limited ingredient list for Lebanese Tabbouleh
https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/lebanese-tabbouleh-106589
You could use any grain you like instead of bulgur such as rice, couscous, fonio.

Lotti Von Hesse
Reply to  Tabitha
1 year ago

Thank you, Tabitha – I saved it! It looks and sounds delicious!

Lotti Von Hesse
Reply to  Chef
1 year ago

The jews steal everything from people, including their recipes and culture! Are you jewish? You mentioned the word, Kosher! Do you realize that you are on a NS website? Gosh – you kikes have Chutzpah, and trust me – I hate yiddish because it is a corruption of the German language!

mike angelo
1 year ago

Thanks Tabitha.
I feel really cleansed after doing hot yoga classic . Better that sitting in a sauna as I get bored in there.
Have you tried panchakama for detoxing and rejuvenating ?. I’ve heard it’s good but I’ve not tried it.

Tabitha
Reply to  mike angelo
1 year ago

Last time I sauned, I downloaded the latest Renegade show and listened to it in the sauna.
I have not tried a panchakarma cleanse but I am familiar with it. Will be discussing this topic on an upcoming show.

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