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    I recall reading that one reason smallpox devastated the Indigenous population was because of the treatments that the people used. I cannot find the resource but I think that "sweating" was mentioned and that was the worst thing to do. I am going to try to research effective treatment from the past. I am still hung between the "terrain" and the "germ" models. I absolutely know the healthy terrain trumps all threats of "infection".

    I am thinking it is BOTH in balance and yet some of those I like to hear are seeming militant in denial that viruses exist and etc. IMO we need some proactive modeling on how to shut down all potential biological weapons by way of OUR terrain. No threat for us, no power over us.

    I did find an interesting article

    Rediscovered Native American remedy kills poxvirus
    BY JAMES URQUHART21 MARCH 2012
    Very interesting. Just did a quick search and you can buy a homeopathic remedy of S. purpurea which according to the article is very effective at preventing transcription of the virus. Here is a site that gives some interesting information on it.

    https://herbpathy.com/Uses-and-Benef...rpurea-Cid5976

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    Here is a short article about using the pitcher plant "Sarracenia purpurea" to treat smallpox...

    "Jeffrey Langland at Arizona State University in Tempe, US, and colleagues have conducted in vitro experiments with the herbal extract and found it inhibits replication of the variola virus, the causative agent behind smallpox"

    https://www.chemistryworld.com/news/...003420.article

    I have found there are herbalists online selling tinctures of Sarracenia purpurea...who knows at this point if it would be helpful or not but may not be a bad idea to get some.



    On a side note, PubMed, https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov , is a terrific resource to look over medical research & papers:

    "PubMed® comprises more than 33 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Citations may include links to full text content from PubMed Central and publisher web sites."

    I went to research Sarracenia purpurea & the site is not accessible now. grrrrr.

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    I think "mother nature" put out all the remidies in nature plants and so on, as a failsafe to contract evil bachteria or "virus".

    When "man" discovered DNA , it was imediatly put into use it as a weapon.

    Now "man" have discovered to manipulate it as a weapon, "gain of function" of course.

    Why havnt we been told about the UFO's (We can make it to a weapon) and so on...

    It's as I'm ashamed to be apart of the human spieses sometimes

    This will lead mankind to it's destruction.

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    Aren't we all vaccinated against smallpox? I have two big scars on my arm to prove I got mine, I thought.
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    Lomatium, sounds like "Low-May-She-Um", is the most common herbal anti-viral, anti-microbial, anti-bacterial in use with all of the natural healers I've known and worked with.

    The incidents of native, indigenous North American, deaths during the Army/Fort Riley Flu of the last century, 1917 to 1920, incorrectly called the "Spanish Flu", were very small in those communities that used this and similar healing herbs. Their experiences with the influx of Europeans to the northern continent of the americas, naturally led them to using Lomatium, both as a preventative/prophylactic immune booster, and as a curative once exposure was upon them.

    This disconnect from this powerful herb, also known as desert parsley, indian parsley, biscuit root, etc.. highlights the indigenous connection to nature that has been lost in the last century, as many tribal communities have not only been separated from their many, varied healing paths but have had to do so as a result of dealing with the overwhelming cultural destruction that has had them adopting highly unhealthy lifestyles merely to survive.

    Despite the massive losses, many natural health practitioners have been using herbs like lomatium in increasing numbers in the last many decades, as have I, using it as a natural prophylactic whenever I felt that exposure to extremes, from the environment I'm in as well as the company I keep.

    Here are a few references:

    ScienceDirect Topics
    https://www.sciencedirect.com › topics › pharmacology-toxicology-and-pharmaceutical-science › lomatium
    Lomatium. Lomatium has been used historically by Native Americans, mostly as a treatment for respiratory illness.177 It is considered antiviral, antibacterial, and antiseptic and is commonly used by naturopathic physicians and taken internally, for the treatment of cervical dysplasia. Lomatium has demonstrated in vivo and in vitro efficacy ...

    Medical Medium: Lomatium
    https://www.medicalmedium.com › blog › lomatium
    Lomatium is a powerful herbal antibiotic that is highly effective for the respiratory ailments such as COPD, pneumonia, tuberculosis, bronchitis, chronic cough, and asthma. It can also significantly improve overall immune function and is a fantastic herbal preventative to use during cold and flu season. Lomatium contains antiviral properties ...

    Lomatium - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics
    https://www.sciencedirect.com › topics › agricultural-and-biological-sciences › lomatium
    Lomatium (Lomatium dissectum) • Osha (Ligusticum porteri, L. spp) • Slippery elm (Ulmus rubra) • Sundew (Drosera spp) • Trillium, beth root (Trillium spp) • True unicorn (Aletris farinosa) • Venus fly trap (Dionaea muscipula) • Virginia snakeroot (Aristolochia serpentaria) • Wild yam (Dioscorea ...

    The Super Natural Power of Lomatium - Barlow Herbal
    https://barlowherbal.com › blogs › blog › the-super-natural-power-of-lomatium
    Lomatium is a broad spectrum anti-microbial and I've seen it handle viral, fungal, yeast and some types of bad bacterial issues. I've come to believe that Lomatium's special gift to humans is it's anti-viral properties.

    Lomatium dissectum is a plant native to western North America and colloquially known as fernleaf biscuitroot.3-5 It is commonly marketed as "LDM-100" and has gained popularity among practitioners of herbal medicine as a treatment against influenza. As evidence of its effectiveness, herbalists point to anecdotal experience of its use against influenza, its in vitro activity ...

    Lomatium - Botanical Alchemy & Apothecary
    https://botanicalalchemyandapothecary.com › lomatium
    It's an anti-viral, antibactierial, antifungal herb specific to the respiratory system (also great for urinary system) with historical anecdotal precedence as a flu fighter from the 1917-1918 pandemic. It is said that Native Americans took the root of lomatium to keep themselves healthy and in fact had low rates of the flu because of this herb.

    2 THINGS YOU MUST KNOW ABOUT LOMATIUM - Story of My Health
    Search domain storyofmyhealth.comstoryofmyhealth.com › index.php › 2018 › 09 › 13 › 2-things-you-must-know-about-lomatium
    The antiviral components of Lomatium are excreted through your lung mucosa. Lomatium is known to be able to stop the cold virus, influenza, respiratory viruses, and even control or kill chronic viruses. Read more information at Lomatium Root: Possibly the Best Anti-Viral. 2. Lomatium Detox Rash.

    Lomatium Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients
    https://herbpathy.com › Uses-and-Benefits-of-Lomatium-Cid3799
    Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients in Lomatium. List of various diseases cured by Lomatium. How Lomatium is effective for various diseases is listed in repiratory format. Names of Lomatium in various languages of the world are also given.
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    We have been hearing bits and pieces of Smallpox rumors from the media for more than a few months; it's just getting louder recently. They are setting up, but will they be successful this time?

    Timeline Shows Threat of Incoming Smallpox False Flag

    https://rumble.com/vpms5d-warning-ti...alse-flag.html

    Before recent headlines, most of us haven't been thinking much about smallpox.

    But an important timeline of events published by Corey's Digs show us how the same foundations, corporations and NGOs responsible for COVID-19 have been very busy with smallpox since all the way back in June of 2001, when the Center for Strategic & International Studies, Johns Hopkins and Anser simulated a smallpox attack on US citizens, named "Dark Winter" and they began preparing for a smallpox attack.
    • In September of 2007, the FDA licensed a new, modern smallpox vaccine made by Sanofi-Pasteur.
    • In 2014, six vials of smallpox were found in a cardboard box at the NIH and transferred to the CDC.
    • Months later, the first anti-viral drug used to treat smallpox was created, funded by Bill Gates and the Wellcome Trust.
    • On October 6th 2017, Emergent BioSolutions, responsible for a vaccine that injured over 300,000 US soldiers during the Gulf War acquired the smallpox vaccine contract from Sanofi-Pasteur.
    • In July of 2018, the FDA approved a drug for smallpox made by SIGA Technologies, who signed a contract to maintain a stockpile of 1.7 million doses of their antiviral drug.
    • September 3rd, 2019, Emergent BioSolutions was awarded $2 billion to deliver their smallpox vaccine into the national stockpile.
    • Weeks later, one of only two labs in the world known to store live samples of the variola virus that causes smallpox suffered an explosion and the FDA approved a vaccine to prevent both smallpox and monkeypox.
    • In March of 2021, Merck secured over $300 million from the Biden administration and the Bill Gates Foundation to convert, upgrade and equip their facilities.
    • In June of 2021, the FDA approved the antiviral treatment for smallpox, which was funded by Bill Gates and the Wellcome Trust in 2014.
    • In July, Oxford University assisted SIGA in expanding use of their monkeypox drugs into the Central African Republic.
    • On Halloween, Joe Biden signed an Executive Order to exercise authority over the National Defense Stockpile.
    • Weeks later, Bill Gates warned governments of a smallpox terror attack.
    • 7 days after that, several vials of smallpox were incidentally discovered at the Merck facility in Pennsylvania.
    • The very next day, a rare case of monkeypox was discovered in Maryland.

    Running Time: 5 min

    Source: https://www.rumble.com/video/vn0m17
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    That link didn't take me to the video described. I think that was a live show and not archived on the Rumble account.
    But perhaps it can be added to the Avalon library?


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    vn0m17 This code surrounded by the rumble tags takes me to the video that Franny posted.

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    Hmm, no idea why that would happen. When I went to the link above the video, it was the same as the embedded video.

    Perhaps a momentary glitch?

    Mod note from Bill:

    I added in the source video link, which was
    https://rumble.com/vpms5d-warning-ti...alse-flag.html.
    (That's different to the embed code, always a Rumble quirk.)
    Also flagged to be added to the library... this may be important stuff.

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    Default Re: Smallpox next??

    Quote Posted by onawah (here)
    That link didn't take me to the video described. I think that was a live show and not archived on the Rumble account.
    But perhaps it can be added to the Avalon library?


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    Request noted Onawah
    Or one can go direct to Greg Resse's page on Banned Video here: https://banned.video/watch?id=619bd113a59e0c5e2327f54c

    In any case, it's also here in the library now (I've created a 'Smallpox' directory - yowsa. Let's hope it becomes swiftly redundant).

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