Dr Kinghardt on frequencies: The good, the bad and the ugly.
These 15 minutes are a must-watch for anyone running wifi, or experiencing wifi signals.
Yes, that's everyone except those living off-grid and living miles from mobile-phone towers and other inhabitants.
As many have pointed out, this is a test on humanity with no control group, as nearly everyone is experiencing high doses of these frequencies night and day.
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GOOD FREQUENCIES THAT HEAL
As Dr Klinghardt mentions, some frequencies like those used for WIFI are dangerous, but others heal such as red and infrared.
The healing and reboot of the cellular powerhouse AKA mitochondria is so interesting there is s full article here.
Wild rosemary has now been shown to dramatically support a healthy age-prevention response, for the internal body, the skin, and also for healthy enzyme response, including glutathione production.
Wild rosemary intake is directly associated with improved overall health and healthy aging/longevity, as demonstrated by the Italian village of Acchioli, where regular rosemary users enjoy robust health and long-life.
For optimal results take the Rosemanol daily, along with the aromatic essence, the Essence of Wild Rosemary.
ROSEMARY & RADIATION - A STUDY
Several herbs have been screened for their antioxidative activity using the chemiluminescence method. Rosemary contains phenolic diterpenes, phenolic acids and flavonoids which protect cells and their organic constituent molecules from free radical radiation-induced oxidative damage.
Effects of 0.1 and 0.2 g/Kg body wt. of Rosemary extract on radiation-induced morbidity and mortality in mice exposed to 10Gy of gamma radiation were studied for the characterization of high-efficiency protection exhibited by Rosemary extract.
Rosemary extract shows remarkable activity in
stabilization of organic substrate.
Rosemary extract could offer protection against the
effects of ionizing radiation because of their ability to
scavenge free radicals.
Phenolic diterpenes, caffeic and rosmarinic acids
associated with flavonoids in Rosemary extract suppress
lipid peroxidation and stop oxidative DNA damage and so
it may be useful as radio-protective agent.
Chemiluminescence has proved its versatility in fast and
accurate assessment degradation study.