White Wellness: Opioid Music & The Dispiriting of Our Youth (5-23-19)

Tabitha talks about rice tofu, Converse’s tranny sneaker, hydrating fruits & veggies, facial oils for Spring, race mixing fallacies, aduki beans for kidney health, different types of mint, opioid music of the 90’s and today, purple drink and the crown chakra, jewish genetic diseases and herbs for sinus health

Aduki bean tea: https://www.theepochtimes.com/revitalize-yourself-with-adzuki-bean-tea_463773.html

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I have a question for you Tabitha (about hour one) – is there a water filter you recommend? We use a Berkey but it’s so slow and starting not to work, filters are super expensive and they need to be replaced.


The water filter I have is from a company called Water General Mfg. Co. It’s a reverse osmosis whole house system for drinking, showers and laundry. At one time I had an alkaline filter on top of this but disconnected it.


Just a small correction: the Water General Mfg. Co. filter is just for drinking water.
The filter I have for the whole house is this one:
It’s a bit of an investment, but well worth it.


For drinking water, consider getting a countertop water distiller. Most models should be around the 100 USD mark, but a year’s supply of replacement charcoal filter bags costs around 15-30 USD depending on where you look for them (I get mine from Amazon)… So it’s pretty affordable. You then reuse your old filters by opening the casings and then swap out the old charcoal bags with the new ones after 2 months of regular use.

It’s an awesome feeling not having to go to the store for bottled water or using the sludge that is my local tap water supply to make my coffee every morning ever since I got my distiller.


It’s almost like they’re turning us into depressed, sedentary, sick people like themselves! I found macha today at ‘big lots’ (discount store) and I also bought oat milk to try – two things you’ve mentioned on your show. One thing – some of the mints will take over your garden, not such a bad problem to have, but I find it especially with spearmint.


Good quality matcha is Japanese, and I don’t know how in your right mind you can feel good about drinking Japanese matcha anywhere near the Fukushima complex. If you drink the Chinese stuff, make sure it’s ORGANIC because tea is heavily sprayed. For tea I’d prefer not consuming the leaves (what you do with matcha) and drinking high quality organic. Why? Because in this way I can thoroughly rinse the leaves before I make my tea. Some vinegar as with other crops helps strip off residues.


There is a tea made from twigs called bancha, also known as kukicha. It’s rich in minerals and lower in caffeine. But lately I’ve seen it carrying the prop 65 label, but so do so many other products.


What the hell is that soulless, dead eyed creature in the photo?


The person in the photo is Swedish rapper Yung Lean, a member of the Sad Boys.


The video for Miami Ultras as well as a couple of other songs, are filmed outside in Nature; in Sweden I believe. It appears to me that they are using the natural setting to reel in Aryan youth to this suicidal music agenda.

mike angelo

Great stuff Tabitha.
I’m only 60 minutes into your talk but as I have to go out I’ll post this here before I forget.
I normally consume barley or brown rice miso. I’ve not seen chick pea miso though. I remember not to heat the miso too much as it will kill the beneficial bacteria. Do you think that miso should be unpasteurised ?. Another fermented food I use is Tamari wheat free soy sauce.
I’m currently taking Pau D’arco tea for a chest infection with other herbs. Antibiotics don’t work for me and they can harm the gut.
I’ll listen to the remainder of your talk later.


The chickpea miso is harder to source. The only two companies I know that make it are Miso Master and South River Miso. And the aduki bean miso is only made by South River Miso, the oldest miso producer in America. Yes I do think miso should be unpasturized and added to soups or hot dishes once off the heat. I have a miso strainer I bought a while back that pushes the miso paste through a sieve so you get a smooth soup. Most all of the miso and soy sauce sold at Asian grocers are made using chemicals and are not produced authentically. Plus they are not organic. I only use the two brands listed above. I use tamari soy sauce as well… Read more »


Tabitha, the grocery stores are slave markets. You ought to support local farming establishments. I don’t eat anything out of grocery stores.


I do support local farming establishments. In the comment above, I mentioned not buying miso from Korean grocery stores. I support farmer’s markets, CSA’s, local health food stores and independent online purveyors. I’m unsure where you got the idea that I support zogsupermarkets.


Yes, but are your establishments importing their stuff from abroad? I eat exclusively local things. Your average health food store imports from far away most of their items.


Yes, some of the products are from abroad. Didn’t Hitler focus on doing trade with other countries?

I focus on eating local, organic and homegrown foods, but some of my favorite ingredients are imported. I also cook about 95% of my meals.


I bet your toilet paper is local too. If only we were all as amazing as you are. I’m sure you never go to any supermarket. Let me guess, you only eat murdered animals so you don’t need the markets like us. Well where did you buy your gun? Where did you buy your hunting clothes or the freezer to out the carcasses in? Where did you go to put gas in your car? Are you still using federal reserve notes to buy everything? Then you’re still a slave.