ALS – LOU GEHRIG’S DISEASE… let’s talk…
We’re all gonna die… THANK GOD! …“beam me aboard Scotty”… but in the meantime … let’s live this mortal life to the fullest!
NO CURE? Really? Well, CURES can only come from the AMA validated through the FDA and controlled by Big Pharma … Don’t you DARE try to help anyone otherwise; THAT’s against the law!
BECK SAYS “BULL!, and WHO CARES?“
KETOGENIC DIET (low carb/high fat) – and this is exciting: check this out A ketogenic diet as a potential novel therapeutic intervention in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis – See more at: http://www.drperlmutter.com/use-ketogenic-diet-treating-als/
Interesting, sulfur seen to be high in people with ALS. I read this as an inability to convert sulfur to the usable sulfate. To help with that we use the trace mineral molybdenum. So then I wondered about:
“Fungi with the FUN Guy!” – Clinical Herbalist & Mushroom Expert JUSTIN GARNER
MUSHROOM FORAGING WALKS with JUSTIN GARNER
Sunday, September 11 – 3 pm to 6 pm
NOTE: This event was originally scheduled for July 31st but was rescheduled due to lack of rain.
Edible mushroom expert Melany Kahn, and herbalist Justin Garner, owner of Sweet Flag Medicinals in Brattleboro, VT, will lead a walk through the woods of Distant Hill Gardens in search of edible and medicinal mushrooms and cooking up the edible mushrooms we find for a tasting!
Suggested Donation for this Special Workshop: $15
Registration is Required at www.distanthillgardens.org
THEN… in MARLOW, NH – SEPTEMBER 10
Marlow Mushroom Walk 2016 Click this link for all the juicy DETAILS!
Join the Davis Public Library and the Marlow Town Library for an informational hike with Justin Garner of Sweet Flag Medicinals:
Identifying Wild Mushrooms
Saturday September 10, 2016 3pm
The John D. Perkins, Sr.
Academy of Marlow
919 NH Rte 10 North, Marlow, NH
This event is free and open to the public
Participants should arrive prepared to hike with appropriate shoes and clothing.
Contact the Davis Public or Marlow Town Library for more information
Justin Garner has been hooked on plants since the fourth grade. His formal education in organic and biochemistry, physiology, and pathophysiology, botany and clinical herbalism in conjunction with his direct experiences with the plants themselves allows him to gain a holistic perspective of his clients. He uses this perspective to educate his clients on herbal, dietary, and lifestyle changes that can aid them on their paths to health.
He practices out of Sweet Flag Medicinals in Brattleboro, Vermont. Justin is also an avid edible and medicinal mushroom forager. He enjoys teaching both children and adults about the wonders of the woods and fields around us. He has been introducing students to wildcrafting mushrooms and wild edible plants at The Compass School in Westminster, VT and leading mushroom forays at Distant Hill Gardens in Walpole, NH and for the Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center in West Brattleboro, VT.
FIX.COM – NUT, SEED, AND FLOWER OILS – Which Cooking Oil to Use When! While I do not recommend or every use polyunsaturated oils, this is a TERRIFIC guide to what oils remain intact at what temperature. I’m printing this to tape into the inside of a kitchen cupboard!