Homeschool and Vaccinations: where does your state stand?




The Sustainable Herbs Project by Ann Armbrecht — Kickstarter

We talk about clean, sustainable food but what about clean, sustainable medicine?”    

Watch the trailer below and support the Sustainable Herbs Project is you feel so inclined.  Clean, sustainable medicine is vital to our health.

The Sustainable Herbs Project by Ann Armbrecht — Kickstarter.

All the little things about Squats: An introduction to squatting

Bethany Learn, founder of Fit2B, is a wonderfully knowledgable, encouraging fitness instructor.  Here is an article and video about the squat.  Give squatting a try the Fit2B way.  What did you think?

Free Viewing of Bought Movie until March 6th

“The food, vaccine, drug, insurance and health industry are a multi-BILLION dollar enterprise… focused more on profits than human lives. The BOUGHT documentary takes viewers deep “inside the guts” of this despicable conspiracy…

Featuring exclusive interviews with the world’s most acclaimed experts in research, medicine, holistic care and natural health… Bought exposes the hidden (and deadly) story behind it all.”


Free Viewing of Bought Movie.

Peanut allergies and The Non-Disclosed and Hyper-Allergenic Vaccine Adjuvant

When I grew up, I never knew anyone who had a food allergy.  Today, there are entire classrooms and school cafeteria tables set aside for those with peanut allergies.  What happened?  Well, consider the fact that peanut oil, adjuvant 65-4, has been used in vaccines since the early 1960’s.  This means that peanut proteins have been getting into the blood stream via injection, bypassing the digestive system, and potentially causing the allergic reactions.  The article below is a very good explanation of why this is probably a major cause of the increase in peanut allergies.  Do you know of anyone who had a peanut allergy prior to 1970?

The Non-Disclosed and Hyper-Allergenic Vaccine Adjuvant.

CDC’s advice to take Tamiflu is compromised by financial conflicts of interest | MinnPost

One of my nursing students was running a slight fever (99′) and was feeling fatigued and “crappy.”  She went to the doctor.  He prescribed Tamiflu.  For all the potential side effects of this medication, at the most, it was shown to reduce the symptoms of the flu by 1.3 days and only if you take it within the first 24 hours of symptoms.  Who goes to the doctor at the first sign of fatigue and feeling “crappy?”  There are more effective, herbal and nutritive choices than Tamiflu.  See what you think after reading the article below.

CDC’s advice to take Tamiflu is compromised by financial conflicts of interest | MinnPost.

State measles test on Alaska girl comes back negative…because her measles came from the vaccine.

It’s very interesting that the child tested positive for measles, and had clinical evidence of the measles incuding a rash,but because it was a reaction to the measles vaccine, they said it’s not the measles.  What do you think about that?

State measles test on Alaska girl comes back negative.

St. Jude’s Hospital – Stay away from the recently vaccinated

It’s truly about medical choice.

“No one in the family was to receive a live-virus vaccine while my daughter was on treatment because these viruses can and do shed (1, 2, 3, 4), some for as much as four weeks (5), potentially infecting the immunocompromised patient with disastrous results. That includes the measles vaccine  (MMR II and ProQuad), the intranasal flu vaccine, and the chicken pox shot. In fact, my other children were able to get medical waivers not to receive vaccines because of my daughter’s illness.”


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