JJ Darke is a James Bond like hero of the recently published thriller: Darke Mission. One of the many things that makes this well written novel special, is that the hero is suffering with prostate cancer and using the Beljanski® Products to help him get through the many twists and turns of the novel.
From a societal point of view, has cancer become so prevalent that even heroes have to get sick? I think it says a lot about how sick our society has become, as a whole.
No wonder, the American Cancer Society reports: “By 2030, the global cancer burden is expected to nearly double, growing to 21.4 million cases and 13.2 million deaths. And while that increase is the result of demographic changes – a growing and aging population – it may be compounded by the adoption of unhealthy lifestyles and behaviors related to economic development, such as smoking, poor diet, and physical inactivity.”1
But wait a minute “smoking, poor diet, and physical inactivity” have nothing to do with our genes! Those are things that we can act upon. And what better way to start getting rid of the sickening toxins than to engage into a full week of “Spring Cleaning“? Continue reading
The flu vaccination season is swinging. It is just one of the vaccines routinely administrated to the population; the Federal Government’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) currently recommends 70 doses of sixteen different vaccines between birth and age eighteen, and all fifty states mandate between 30 and 45 doses of vaccines for admission to day care and school.1
All this despite the recent revelations that finally, the CDC has revealed omitting vaccine data that links vaccines to higher rates of autism.2,3 Continue reading
In his recent State of the Union address, President Obama revealed hundreds of millions of dollars will be invested in the “Precision Medicine Initiative.”
According to the White House press release: “Launched with a $215 million investment in the President’s 2016 Budget, the Precision Medicine Initiative will pioneer a new model of research that promises to accelerate biomedical discoveries and provide clinicians with new tools, knowledge, and therapies to select which treatments will work best for which patients.”1
When my father died in 1998, many people came to me, moved, one saying that without his products he could not have attended his son’s wedding, the other saying he would not have seen his grandchildren grow up, etc.
Moving spontaneous testimonials, rooted in very real suffering. And then, there were books in French and English explaining the research. There were newspapers and articles, also in French and in English, TV shows, films … and now a novel!
Aromatherapy has been practiced in one form or another since the beginning of civilization. Aromatherapy is the art and science of using oils extracted from aromatic plants to enhance health and beauty. Egypt was the birthplace of medicine, perfumes, and pharmaceuticals thousands of years ago.
A look back through time shows that ancient civilizations understood the aromatic attributes of essential oils that could be used for health enhancement. Fragrances, herb oils, balsams, and resins were used in embalming techniques and religious ceremonies. The use of aromatics spread throughout history from Egypt to Israel, Greece, Rome, and the entire Mediterranean world. Continue reading