All posts tagged Medicine


Published March 24, 2023 by tindertender

I recently did a number on myself trying to rid my body of muscular parasites. I did a good job, even though it made me sick for a couple weeks. Barely any muscle twitching at all. I think ivermectin will have more affect nowadays.

Last night I dreamed of sweeping out my ”house” (body representative). It was a large travel mobile home (RV). I was sweeping out debris, broken glass, putting everything back in order. There were a few “people” in my home still, and there were some outside who wanted in.

I still have work to do, but this dream tells me I cleansed my body of the majority of the disruptors and interferers.

Next cleanse will be more gentle.

I think parasites are a form of low vibrational “demons” that infest a “host” and feast on the life force and essence of the host.

I’m pretty upset that the medical field, having full knowledge of parasite infestations in the body, agreed to Rockefeller renaming of symptoms as “diseases” and treat the symptoms, but don’t address the actual cause.

Many cancers and so-called diseases ARE parasite infestations. The medical “professionals” failed the people miserably… all for profit.

As people age, the likelihood of them having muscular parasites increases over 90% (my estimate). These parasites feast on the muscle mass, causing “marbelling” of the muscle. It’s one reason older people lose muscle mass, becoming weakened, and age quickly, getting sick more often.

A list ::

We are over 70% water.
The waters are infested with parasites.
We are the river of life.
It is our responsibility to cleanse and purify these waters.

I dreamt once of a man, woman and child. They were in the river of life, on a floating raft of sorts.
Parasites were sucking the life out of them all.
The man was dying, or dead. The woman was asleep. The infant was still moving around.

We must purify the waters of life that we are.

Shame on doctors in the medical field who left human beings vulnerable to parasitic infestation.

They betrayed the human species.

B17/Bitter apricot seeds :: for cancer and parasites ::

Do You Know the Meaning of Myrrh?

Published December 30, 2022 by tindertender

Myrrh is a rare thing, it’s a resin extracted from a low tree called camphoras typical of the semi-desert region of North Africa and the Red Sea. Besides being one of the first gifts Jesus received by the three magical kings on the occasion of his birth, the myrrh also possesses a powerful spiritual meaning.

Camphora, tree from which resin is extracted, is a symbol of strength and endurance of love. “Love is as strong as death,” said Solomon (Songs 8.6). True love needs strength to resist, act and stay. And so is the cammiphora, a tree that survives in a dry region, without resources, with the harsh reality and scarcity of a desert and that continues to produce its fruit.

The word myrrh means bitter in Arabic, and it is considered as a natural remedy for wounds because it possesses strong antiseptic and anti-inflammatory power. In China, myrrh has been used as a treatment for wounds, bruises, and bleeding for thousands of years.

The myrrh is the feminine essence of the Cosmos. It represents the manifestation of the pure soul, of full understanding. It is the essence used as a detector of us, which induces purification and protection.

We can harness all the power of myrrh currently through oils and incense with this fragrance. It is used in rituals that call for spiritual cleansing and protection, the myrrh acts as blessing, protecting and healing. When used, it awakens the feeling of fraternity, of self-knowledge and harmony, being widely recognized for its power of renewal, of generating calm and tranquility with its scent.

~ Author Unknown

Gut Health

Published December 12, 2022 by tindertender

By @tenomnft

Herbs for detoxing the gut are a must, our gut is the foundation of everything, if our gut is imbalanced our immune system won’t function properly making it harder to rid ourselves of toxins.

Some recommendations:

astragalus root – boosts immunity and supports liver function; helps to flush out toxins from the body. take 1-3 grams of powdered root daily in water or tea.

cayenne pepper – reduces inflammation, flushes out toxins and increases blood flow. add it to soups or teas and take 1/2 teaspoon daily.

ginger – regulates digestion and can lower cholesterol levels; also aids in cancer prevention. use fresh ginger, grated into hot water and added to foods. take 1-2 grams daily.

turmeric – lowers LDL “bad” cholesterol (this is good) while boosting HDL “good” cholesterol. It has strong anti-inflammatory properties as well as antioxidant effects.

turmeric may decrease risk of certain cancers including colon and prostate cancer. take 1/4 cup turmeric powder daily in water or food.

dandelion – rich in vitamins A, C and B complex; diuretic that cleanses your body of toxins and excess fluid. drink dandelion tea several times a day by steeping 1 tsp dried leaves per cup of boiling water for 10 minutes.

fennel – stimulates digestive juices and appetite. Take 2 capsules twice daily.

garlic – supports liver function and fights infection. take 500 mg three times daily.

echinacea – boosts immune system and is known to naturally aid in digestion. take 4 capsules daily.

lavender – improves sleep and relieves anxiety. take 1 drop in capsule form before bedtime.

During the holidays we’re more frequent to consume excessive foods, indulging in all of our favorite treats -that combined with the seasonal changes can weigh the body down. it’s important to take optimal care of our health to keep us vitalized during the slow seasons.

Always consult your doctor or physician before incorporating herbs into your daily regimen, especially if you’re using pharmaceutical medicine or suffer from any autoimmune diseases.

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Oregon State research shows hemp compounds prevent coronavirus from entering human cells

Published September 30, 2022 by tindertender

January 10, 2022

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Hemp compounds identified by Oregon State University research via a chemical screening technique invented at OSU show the ability to prevent the virus that causes COVID-19 from entering human cells.

Findings of the study led by Richard van Breemen, a researcher with Oregon State’s Global Hemp Innovation Center, College of Pharmacy and Linus Pauling Institute, were published today in the Journal of Natural Products.

Hemp, known scientifically as Cannabis sativa, is a source of fiber, food and animal feed, and multiple hemp extracts and compounds are added to cosmetics, body lotions, dietary supplements and food, van Breemen said.

Van Breemen and collaborators, including scientists at Oregon Health & Science University, found that a pair of cannabinoid acids bind to the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, blocking a critical step in the process the virus uses to infect people.

The compounds are cannabigerolic acid, or CBGA, and cannabidiolic acid, CBDA, and the spike protein is the same drug target used in COVID-19 vaccines and antibody therapy. A drug target is any molecule critical to the process a disease follows, meaning its disruption can thwart infection or disease progression.

“These cannabinoid acids are abundant in hemp and in many hemp extracts,” van Breemen said. “They are not controlled substances like THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, and have a good safety profile in humans. And our research showed the hemp compounds were equally effective against variants of SARS-CoV-2, including variant B.1.1.7, which was first detected in the United Kingdom, and variant B.1.351, first detected in South Africa.”

Those two variants are also known the alpha and beta variant, respectively.

Characterized by crown-like protrusions on its outer surface, SARS-CoV-2 features RNA strands that encode its four main structural proteins – spike, envelope, membrane and nucleocapsid – as well as 16 nonstructural proteins and several “accessory” proteins, van Breemen said.

“Any part of the infection and replication cycle is a potential target for antiviral intervention, and the connection of the spike protein’s receptor binding domain to the human cell surface receptor ACE2 is a critical step in that cycle,” he said. “That means cell entry inhibitors, like the acids from hemp, could be used to prevent SARS-CoV-2 infection and also to shorten infections by preventing virus particles from infecting human cells. They bind to the spike proteins so those proteins can’t bind to the ACE2 enzyme, which is abundant on the outer membrane of endothelial cells in the lungs and other organs.”

Using compounds that block virus-receptor interaction has been helpful for patients with other viral infections, he notes, including HIV-1 and hepatitis.

Van Breemen, Ruth Muchiri of the College of Pharmacy and Linus Pauling Institute and five scientists from OHSU identified the two cannabinoid acids via a mass spectrometry-based screening technique invented in van Breemen’s laboratory. Van Breemen’s team screened a range of botanicals used as dietary supplements including red clover, wild yam, hops and three species of licorice.

An earlier paper in the Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry described tailoring the novel method, affinity selection mass spectrometry, to finding drugs that would target the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein.

In the later research, lab tests showed that cannabigerolic acid and cannabidiolic acid prevented infection of human epithelial cells by the coronavirus spike protein and prevented entry of SARS-CoV-2 into cells.

“These compounds can be taken orally and have a long history of safe use in humans,” van Breemen said. “They have the potential to prevent as well as treat infection by SARS-CoV-2. CBDA and CBGA are produced by the hemp plant as precursors to CBD and CBG, which are familiar to many consumers. However, they are different from the acids and are not contained in hemp products.”

Van Breemen explains that affinity selection mass spectrometery, which he abbreviates to AS-MS, involves incubating a drug target like the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein with a mixture of possible ligands – things that might bind to it – such as a botanical extract, in this case hemp extract.

The ligand-receptor complexes are then filtered from the non-binding molecules using one of several methods.

“We identified several cannabinoid ligands and ranked them by affinity to the spike protein,” van Breemen said. “The two cannabinoids with the highest affinities for the spike protein were CBDA and CGBA, and they were confirmed to block infection.

“One of the primary concerns in the pandemic is the spread of variants, of which there are many, and B.1.1.7 and B.1.351 are among the most widespread and concerning,” he added. “These variants are well known for evading antibodies against early lineage SARS-CoV-2, which is obviously concerning given that current vaccination strategies rely on the early lineage spike protein as an antigen. Our data show CBDA and CBGA are effective against the two variants we looked at, and we hope that trend will extend to other existing and future variants.”

Van Breemen said resistant variants could still arise amid widespread use of cannabinoids but that the combination of vaccination and CBDA/CBGA treatment should make for a much more challenging environment for SARS-CoV-2.

“Our earlier research reported on the discovery of another compound, one from licorice, that binds to the spike protein too,” he said. “However, we did not test that compound, licochalcone A, for activity against the live virus yet. We need new funding for that.”

Timothy Bates, Jules Weinstein, Hans Leier, Scotland Farley and Fikadu Tafesse of OHSU also contributed to the cannabinoid study.

About the OSU College of Pharmacy: The College of Pharmacy prepares students of today to be the pharmacy practitioners and pharmaceutical sciences researchers of tomorrow by contributing to improved health, advancing patient care and the discovery and understanding of medicines.


Steve Lundeberg, 541-737-4039


Richard van Breemen, 541-737-5078

Endocannabinoid Sytem

Published August 24, 2022 by tindertender

The Endocannabinoid system’s primary function is overall bodily homeostasis. So it comes with no shock that [They] have gone out of there way to sabotage this entire body/plant relationship with propaganda for hundreds of years.

Your body. Which is substantially older than your Government came intact from God’s design with an endocannabinoid system. Hemp is not psychoactive… And yes, livestock thrived on it w/o the use of chemicals/pharmaceuticals. Our ancestors were smart, trust that. Times are changing.

How much CBD should you take?

Do you remember #Maj12 tweets? They shared some interesting tweets for awhile and put out this info on CBD and Cannabis. screenshots from Majestic Disclosure – The big file with everything is at the link.–_p5mWUoNiunsG29RPm0hIM_BEXRUXiO2HmY6krIQZ94-XpcqJjqyT7iLQNN1SA-2Hh1M_GvCAhRo6qfXgYFmRSR_ngtFUj37n0-wmNT0lVgdxiO3LYXf-yHrMFpJo8wcMOnpuAmcLtacxPQD-nR_V5i4kKlVudxGUtRugfe6aSujGJbeiQyWqwbuBkvEzatd2ByCuCExA&uuid=07b62ada-eeac-4c40-be6b-58bc1e6d6968&authuser=0

Releasing Disfunction

Published July 3, 2022 by tindertender

Each person has methods used, tools, to inspire them, to give cause for thought expansion.

Some like to judge these methods, these tools. They tell you you shouldn’t use them. That the only useful information comes from the silence.

It’s good people are so firm in their beliefs.

Now if they would allow others to remain firm in their beliefs also.

It’s called honoring another’s path without judgement.

I can see the need to be critical if it causes harm to self or others.

This is usually not the case.

Usually it’s simply an emotional status of one trying to force another to see things their way …. then you get two emotional statuses trying to make the other see things their way. Then others will choose sides.

It is time to put away childish behaviors.

Division is a sickness, fostered by woundedness.

Healing is so important. But it requires effort. It requires pulling apart everything we believe about self, evaluating it and making adjustments as “self” determines necessary …. not an other.

Sharing is caring.
If it is done respectfully.

The Healer

Published March 28, 2022 by tindertender

A poem that I wrote for my beautiful friend, but it fits many of the women that were at our Corn Ceremony last weekend, and many more that I know. We missed you. 

With love,

~ Darlene V. Terry

She walks the mountains, valleys

Rivers, and creeks

Verdant meadows

Dusty, dry, desert gulches

Seeking, searching

With eyes sharp and quick

For the hidden magic

Behind, below, within

Heart shaped leaves

Round globes, medicinal sticks

Absorbing the knowing

Formulating formulas

Tinctures, salves, teas

Compresses, tricks

Bending the magic to her will

Healing wounds

Healing spirits, coughs, colds

Cuts, and nicks

The healing circling

In and around and through

Air and water, fire and stone

Love and song

Returning to heal her heart

Warm mystic, sacred

Powerful, and strong

Medicine woman

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