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The Most Potent Bloodroot Capsules Ever!

Our Triple-Strength Bloodroot Capsules now contain a whopping 100mg of pure organic Bloodroot powder per capsule!

This in addition to the same amount of Graviola and Cat’s Claw! Wow. Potent indeed!

I’ll assume you already know what Bloodroot is used for: after all, you arrived HERE. Well done. If not, please take a look at www.bloodrootsalve.com.

Anyway, we are so proud of our new formulation that I thought I’d tell you the story of how they came into being.

When we started formulating Bloodroot Capsules a few years ago, the first thing that stood out for us was how little of the Bloodroot herb was actually inside the capsules that were available at the time. As an example, Best-On-Earth-Product’s capsules contain somewhere around 30mg per capsule.

A medium daily dose of, say, 600 mg would therefore require 20 capsules! Ridiculous. Who on earth is going to take 20 capsules every day?

So we formulated the “Double-Strength” Capsules with 62mg per capsule, which halves the number of capsules that a person would need to take. A huge improvement. Hence “Double-Strength”. These have been a great success with literally hundreds of positive feedback messages.

Now we’ve taken it even one step further. In addition to Bloodroot, we decided to add generous amounts of Cat’s Claw and Graviola as both support the effectiveness of Bloodroot.

The result: Our new “Triple-Strength” Bloodroot Capsules. Yes, they contain 100mg of Bloodroot, 100mg of Graviola and 100mg of Cat’s Claw. The most POTENT Bloodroot capsules ever formulated.

Triple Strength Bloodroot Capsules
Triple Strength Bloodroot Capsules

Your benefits:

  • FEWER CAPSULES TO INGEST: Use far fewer capsules for the same effect. One “Triple-Strength” Capsule contains as much as one-and-a-half “Double-Strength” Capsules, and as much as THREE “normal” capsules available from other vendors. What a relief not having to take handfuls of capsules!
  • BEST PRICE: Consider the cost:
    • One “Triple-Strength” capsule costs 44.8 cents (including shipping),
    • This is the  equivalent of 1.5 “Double-Strength” capsules which would cost 58.2 cents for the same amount of Bloodroot
    • The equivalent of three “normal” capsules which would cost $1.51 for the same effect. Amazing. (By the way, the price for “normal” capsules is based on paying Best-On-Earth $45.21 for 90 capsules including shipping)
  • BEST FORMULATION: We add the herbs that are KNOWN to be effective. No cheap herbs with nice-sounding names, no fillers, no nonsense. Bloodroot, Graviola and Cat’s Claw are what you are looking for. Anything else is just for marketing.
  • RELIABLE SOURCES: Our herbal powders are sourced from a most reliable producer and wholesaler, and we have Certificates of Authenticity for each batch we buy.
  • GREAT SHIPPING: We ship reliably five days a week. The US postal service pick up our parcels at about 1PM every weekday, you get a tracking code, and the USPS is surprisingly reliable. Great value.

As a fan of herbal medicine, you will understand why we cannot make medical claims about Bloodroot or any other herb here (FDA), but I’m sure you know how to research effectively. After all, you have arrived here!

 

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Morgellons Direct- Enjoy Saturated Solution of Potassium Iodide (SSKI) at Home

Morgellons Direct is the best possible way to enjoy the benefits of a Saturated Solution of Potassium Iodide (SSKI) at home, being the only complete kit for creating SSKI yourself.

Creating your own solutions of potassium iodide with Morgellons Direct is the easiest way to know that you have fresh, additive-free, FDA Compliant,

Certified USP SSKI.

 

Breathe in … breathe out.

Ahh. Hooray for oxygen, the element that keeps much of life on Earth humming.

Element No. 8 on the Periodic Table of the Elements is a colorless gas that makes up 21 percent of Earth’s atmosphere. Because it’s all around, oxygen is easy to dismiss as dull and inert; in fact, it’s the most reactive of the non-metallic elements.

Earth has been oxygenated for about 2.3 billion to 2.4 billion years, and levels began to creep up at least 2.5 billion years ago, according to a 2007 NASA-funded study. No one knows quite why this lung-friendly gas suddenly became a significant part of the atmosphere, but it’s possible that geologic changes on Earth led to oxygen produced by photosynthesizing organisms sticking around, rather than being consumed in geologic reactions, according to the study researchers.

  • Atomic Number (number of protons in the nucleus): 8
  • Atomic Symbol (on the Periodic Table of Elements): O
  • Atomic Weight (average mass of the atom): 15.9994
  • Density: 0.001429 grams per cubic centimeter
  • Phase at Room Temperature: Gas
  • Melting Point: minus 361.82 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 218.79 degrees Celsius)
  • Boiling Point: minus 297.31 degrees F (minus 182.95 degrees C)
  • Number of isotopes (atoms of the same element with a different number of neutrons): 11; three stable
  • Most common isotopes: O-16 (99.757 percent natural abundance)

Oxygen is the third most abundant element in the universe, according to the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility. However, its reactivity made it relatively rare in early Earth’s atmosphere.

Cyanobacteria, which are organisms that “breathe” using photosynthesis, take in carbon dioxide and exhale oxygen, just like modern plants. Cyanobacteria were likely responsible for the first oxygen on Earth, an event grandly known as the Great Oxidation Event.

Photosynthesis by cyanobacteria was likely ongoing before significant levels of oxygen built up in Earth’s atmosphere; a March 2014 study published in the journal Nature Geoscience found that 2.95 billion-year-old rocks found in South Africa contained oxides that would have required free oxygen to form. These rocks were originally in shallow seas, suggesting that oxygen from photosynthesis first began to accumulate in marine environments about half a billion years before it began to accumulate in the atmosphere around 2.5 billion years ago.

Life today depends heavily on oxygen, but the initial build-up of this element in the atmosphere was nothing short of a disaster. The new atmosphere caused a mass extinction of anaerobes, which are organisms that don’t require oxygen. Anaerobes that were unable to adapt or survive in the presence of oxygen died off in this new world. [Infographic: Earth’s Atmosphere Top to Bottom]

Fast forward — way forward. The first inkling humans had of the existence of oxygen as an element was in 1608, when Dutch inventor Cornelius Drebbel reported that the heating of saltpeter (potassium nitrate) released a gas, according to the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC). The identity of that gas remained a mystery until the 1770s, when three chemists converged on its discovery more or less at the same time. English chemist and clergyman Joseph Priestly isolated oxygen by shining sunlight on mercuric oxide and collecting the gas from the reaction. He noted that a candle burned more brightly in this gas, according to the RSC, thanks to oxygen’s role in combustion.

Priestly published his findings in 1774, beating out Swiss scientist Carl Wilhelm Steele, who had actually isolated oxygen in 1771 and written about it, but not published the work. Oxygen’s third discoverer was Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier, a French chemist who gave the element its name. The word comes from the Greek “oxy” and “genes,” meaning “acid-forming.”

Oxygen has eight total electrons — two orbit the nucleus in the atom’s inner shell and six orbit in the outermost shell. The outermost shell can hold a total of eight electrons, which explains oxygen’s tendency to react with other elements: Its outer shell is incomplete, and electrons are thus free for the taking (and giving).

  • As a gas, oxygen is clear. But as a liquid, it’s pale blue.
  • If you’ve ever wondered what swimming in a pool of liquid oxygen would be like, the answer is: very, very cold, according to Carl Zorn of the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility. Oxygen must get down to minus 297.3 F (minus 183.0 C) to liquefy, so frostbite would be a problem.
  • Too little oxygen is problematic. So is too much. Breathing 80 percent oxygen for more than 12 hours irritates the respiratory tract and can eventually cause deadly fluid build-up, or edema, according to the University of Florida and the company Air Products.
  • Oxygen is one tough cookie: A 2012 study published in the journal Physical Review Letters found than an oxygen molecule (O2) can survive pressures 19 million times higher than atmospheric pressure.
  • The lowest levels of oxygen ever recorded in human blood were measured near the summit of Mount Everest in 2009. Climbers had arterial oxygen levels of 3.28 kilopascals on average. Compare that to the normal value of 12 to 14 kilopascals, and the mountaineering term “death zone” makes plenty of sense. The findings were published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
  • Thank goodness for an atmosphere of 21 percent oxygen. About 300 million years ago, when oxygen levels reached 35 percent, insects were able to grow super-large: Think dragonflies with the wingspans of hawks.

Oxygen forms in the hearts of stars, with the fusion of a carbon-12 nucleus and a helium-4 nucleus (also known as an alpha particle). It’s only recently, however, that scientists have been able to peer into the nucleus of oxygen and unravel its structure.

In March 2014, North Carolina State University physicist Dean Lee and his colleagues reported that they’d figured out the nuclear structure of oxygen-16, the most common isotope of oxygen, in its ground state (the state at which all electrons are at the lowest possible energy levels) and in its first excited state (the next energy level up).

Why should such a thing matter? Well, to understand how nuclei form in stars — from carbon to oxygen to heavier elements — is to understand how the very building blocks of the universe snap together. Lee and his team originally discovered that the nucleus of a carbon-12 molecule, with its six protons and six neutrons, is actually made of three particle clusters, each with two protons and two neutrons. If carbon-12 had three of these so-called alpha clusters, the researchers reasoned, oxygen-16 was likely to have four, given that it has eight protons and eight neutrons.

Using supercomputer simulations and a numerical lattice, the researchers were able to see how the particles in an oxygen-16 nucleus would arrange themselves. They found that in the ground state of oxygen-16, there are indeed four alpha clusters, arranged neatly in a tetrahedron.

“These alpha clusters are sort of like little fuzzy spheres of these four particles, or these nucleons, and these fuzzy spheres like to touch each other by some surface interaction,” Lee told Live Science. The tetrahedron configuration allows them to get nice and snug.

But there was another quantum mystery waiting to be unraveled. The ground state of oxygen-16 and the first excited state share an unusual feature. They both have the same spin — a value indicating how the particles rotate. They also both have positive parity, a way to indicate symmetry. Imagine inverting left and right in the entire universe, but having to keep subatomic particles in the same shape. Particles with positive parity would be able to look in this mirror universe and see themselves as they are. Particles with negative parity would have to flip-flop, lest they end up backwards like a line of text read in a mirror.

“The mystery was why the lowest two states of oxygen-16 have zero spin and positive parity,” Lee said, given that the states are different.

The simulations gave an answer: In its excited state, oxygen-16 rearranges its nucleus to look little like the ground state at all. Instead of a tetrahedral arrangement, the alpha particles arrange themselves in a square or near-square plane.

“Their underlying intrinsic structures were different,” Lee said. The totally different configuration explains how spin and parity could remain the same — the nuclei take different paths to the same result.

There are still more quantum interactions in the oxygen-16 nucleus to detangle, Lee said, and finer-grained detail to discover.

“There are actually quite a lot of interesting things going inside of little things like nuclei,” he said. “And there are stories that are being told about how they are being made that we are now starting to be able to address.”

Lee’s work looks to oxygen’s birth in the stars; another line of oxygen research focuses on the element’s role in life on Earth. Shortly after the Great Oxidation Event some 2.4 billion years ago, oxygen levels may have reached or exceeded today’s levels before crashing, said Daniel Mills, a doctoral candidate at the Nordic Center for Earth Evolution at the University of Southern Denmark. Animal life didn’t show up until far later, with the simplest animals appearing around 600 million years ago.

Despite theories that the rise of oxygen paved the way for the existence of animals, the story appears to be far more complex. Animals did not appear during the first significant bump in Earth’s oxygen levels 2.4 billion years ago. And in February 2014, Mills and his colleagues reported in the journal PNAS that modern-day sponges can still breathe, eat and even grow in oxygen levels 0.5 percent to 4 percent of what is found in Earth’s atmosphere today. Sponges are the probably the most similar living animal to the first animals on Earth, Mills told Live Science.

The finding that sponges don’t need high oxygen to live suggests that something else contributed to the rise of the first animal life — though rising oxygen may well have been necessary to reach the kind of diversity and ecosystems we see today, Mills said. Even in the modern era, animals such as nematode worms thrive in low-oxygen areas of the ocean, he added.

“There is clearly more to animal evolution than an ample supply of oxygen,” Mills said.

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Black Salve – The Internationally Recognised Skin Treatment!

Black Salve is a herbal based product, featuring two principal herbs that are said historically to have pharmacologically demonstrated anti-cancer properties, Blood Root (Sanguinaria canadensis) and Chaparral (Larrea mexicata). Recent versions of Black Salve include Galangal root (Alpinia officinarium) or Ginger root (Zingiber officinale), and sometimes Graviola leaf (Annona muricata).

The use of Black Salves for the treatment of skin dosorders & cancers has a chequered history of claims and counter claims by those who are believers, and by those who criticize its usage. More recently, towards the latter part of last century, more refined versions of Black Salves have been used extensively with different names, including HerbVeil8 and Cansema.

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Lyme Disease Update – Personal Experience

Lyme Disease Update - Personal Experience

Source: direct email from the 98Alive Community Newsletter (Subscribe)

Lyme disease has been in the news recently with officials in Canada warning that the disease-transmitting ticks are expanding their reach; ticks carrying Lyme disease have been found in South London parks; United States celebrities, including TV Star Yolanda Foster and WNBA Star Delle Donne have been going public with their Lyme disease struggle to raise awareness.

Closer to home, Sunshine Coast Lyme disease victim Jamie Joblin was in the news – resulting in the life-changing donation of funds for an $8,500 electric wheel chair to assist her mobility.

Also in Australia, 98 Alive Member Jannene Howse shares her Personal experience of changing her life from Lyme disease victim, to discovering the path to become a Lyme disease Victor.

Jannene shares her Personal experience with Lyme disease below:

 Jannene Howse – My Personal Experience – Lyme disease September 2015.

I have been sick since around 2001 with one diagnosis after another. I lost count after 50.

Some of those diagnoses included Post traumatic stress disorder, Post fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, adrenal fatigue; I had numerous test results; I had hypoglycemia; I was being investigated for MS and neuropathy. Almost every organ and system in my body was affected; I don’t have time to list them all.

In 2014, when my family and I were sure I was dying, I was finally diagnosed with Late Stage Chronic Lyme disease by my long time doctor.

I was told I needed to go to Germany for specialized LYME treatment, like what they do with AIDS where they heat the body to over 40 degrees to kill multiple organ infections.

As I couldn’t afford the tens of thousands of dollars to go, I began searching with my Dr for other alternatives.

It was around this time that a friend of my family’s contacted me to tell me about 98Alive, which I began to take along with my doctors protocol.

It was powerfully effective; however, I was having terrible herxheimer problems from the die off of the infection. I was living in a bungalow away from my family – lying on my bed all day treating the herx as best I could. My mind and memory and energy were affected so severely I could barely care for myself. I was having excruciating nerve pain that only the heaviest pain killers available could help.

My Doctor suggested I look into the Buhner protocol, which I was already doing and so self-read the book and self-prescribed. The very day I began taking my self-prescribed protocol, (based on an accurate knowledge of my conditions from test results) I began to feel 50% better at least; my dizziness and severe short term memory loss stopped, my energy increased.

It was about 2 weeks later that my pain had subsided so much that I was no longer on morphine and Lyrica and other heavy pain medications.

98 Alive was so effective with chronic late stage Lyme disease that the massive herx I was having needed a heavy duty treatment alongside it and I found that in the herbal Buhner protocol for Lyme disease.

I believe I am alive today because of the family friend who shared 98 Alive with me.

Try 98 Alive, it works so powerfully you need to be prepared as you kill the infections!

Jannene Howse

Warburton, VIC

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98alive™ – Changing Lives

“It’s in our nature to seek purpose. But that nature is now being revealed and expressed on a scale that is demographically unprecedented and, until recently, scarcely imaginable. The consequences could rejuvenate our businesses and remake our world.”  — Daniel Pink

A growing number of people in Australia & New Zealand (and soon the United States) are discovering the power of 98alive™ to change lives for the better.

Our Members are achieving both Victory for Wellness through our breakthrough, patented, natural health products – and also achieving Victory for Financial Freedom through our dynamic Rewards program, by sharing information with others who may benefit. Every reward a Member earns is evidence someone is becoming healthier.

Changing Lives: Webinar Invitation

Join us Tuesday, 29th September 2015 – 7:00pm (AEST) for a 45 minute interactive Webinar DiscussionChanging Lives – How to get the most from My 98 Alive Membership’.

RSVP: Please confirm your intention to attend by 12:00 Noon Tuesday 29th September by emailing:

Steven Hallsgh@98alivedirect.com       Subject line: Please send my login for Sept 29th Webinar.

Easy to confirm: Simply click on the email link above and we will send your Webinar login link by return email – attendance is FREE, but you will need the link to login.

“Procrastination is one of the most common and deadliest of diseases and its toll on success and happiness is heavy.” Dr Wayne Dyer

See you Tuesday!

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