Recommended Books July 2016

Spirit Vine July 2016, Recommended Books

The MD Emperor Has No Clothes: Everybody Is Sick and I Know Why by Glidden Peter Dr. Glidden is one of the very few to realize the sobering truths that MD directed medicine consistently fails to cure disease, and that it causes massive amounts of harm in the process. Furthermore, he understands that people around the world who continue to …

Could Ayahuasca Be a Hack with Which You Can REPROGRAM Yourself?!

Spirit Vine July 2016

In a couple of studies scientists discover the remarkable effects this hallucinogenic drink has over our brain. Ayahuasca activates the Pre-Frontal Cortex of our brain. This part of our brain makes us human and enables us to reason. It also activates parts like the Amygdala and Insula both playing a very important role for the creation of our character and …

Do You Drink Coffee & Tea Regularly? Here’s What It Could Be Doing To Your Brain

Spirit Vine July 2016

According to a number of recent studies, coffee and tea could keep your brain healthy, and provide protection from Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and depression. This is good news, at least for the approximately 70 million Americans who consume three cups of coffee each day (and the astounding 21 million of them who drink six or more every day). Although there have been …

How To Clear Seriously Blocked Sinuses Naturally In 1 Minute

Spirit Vine July 2016

Having clogged sinuses isn’t fun. You can’t breath, you can’t smell, it can hurt, and it changes your voice entirely. Finding relief when you have clogged sinuses is usually like finding a million dollars on the ground — it’s amazing! The causes for nasal congestion can range greatly, and you don’t have to be sick to be congested. Many people will …

Stem cell brain injections let people walk again after stroke

Spirit Vine July 2016

People once dependent on wheelchairs after having a stroke are walking again since receiving injections of stem cells into their brains. Participants in the small trial also saw improvements in their speech and arm movements. “One 71-year-old woman could only move her left thumb at the start of the trial,” says Gary Steinberg, a neurosurgeon at Stanford University who performed …

Meditation changes temperatures: Mind controls body in extreme experiments

Spirit Vine July 2016

In a monastery in northern India, thinly clad Tibetan monks sat quietly in a room where the temperature was a chilly 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Using a yoga technique known as g Tum-mo, they entered a state of deep meditation. Other monks soaked 3-by-6-foot sheets in cold water (49 degrees) and placed them over the meditators’ shoulders. For untrained people, such …