I try and ESCAPE the prison of civilisation whenever I can and spend time alone with God & Mother Nature. It’s beautiful. If re fuels me and feeds me to go another day in The Matrix. I really believe The Hunger Games are not far from the actual reality of what is going to occur. Su x
I love spending time with her. Apart from being with my loved ones, it is my favourite place to be. I sat, in her presence and just wept. My heart broke, not for myself but for her. She knows her planet as it is at present is going to end. She knows man/woman/human is slowly murdering her and time is running out. I don’t know if any of you have been on YouTube and watched/listened to her (the earth) crying, groaning in pain. It’s all there and has been for over a year or more. People from all corners of the planet uploading videos of these strange noises. The Biblical Trumpets. We have been warned for 2000 years but chose to ignore His teachings while the human race, myself included I suppose, sank to the depths of depravity and beyond. These noises are alarming if you are a person who loves The Lord. For these people would have read His Word and believed in His Word as I always have. They are the start of tribulation. Labour pains. 7 years of agony like a long soul destroying painful prelude to childbirth. Anyone with an ounce of compassion couldnt fail to be moved by such long standing suffering of another.
I moved on from the forest and parked by an open tree lined field. Firstly I noticed the sky as I sat for half an hour observing the man made Chemtrail’s that filled the sky. I also observed that not one bird was in sight the whole time. It was a place usually filled with the tweets and happy chitter chatter of birds. Blackbirds, Starlings, Sparrows, Goldfinches, Blue Tits, Long Tailed Tits, Magpies, Seagulls, other little gulls whose name I don’t know, Crows, Blackbirds, The odd Jay, Woodpeckers, the odd Thrush…….not today among the hedgerow’s or trees. Nothing but silence. I was shocked and upset and I just cried for Mother Nature. I know how it feels to be in severe pain 24/7 so how she must be feeling I can’t even begin to imagine. She has provided food for life on earth for billions of years, never failing to feed even one single little sparrow. There are major earthquake’s happening at an alarming rate daily. You can download a live earthquake app to your iDevice etc. Almost every Biblical Prophecy is coming true. Hundreds and hundreds of them. Even educated Atheists now even admit that they are alarmed at the way things are playing out and the crucial timings and events. Those that are awake at least.
Please go to youTube and type in STRANGE EVENTS 2014, Signs of End Times etc or anything similar like Sinkholes, thousands of animals dropping dead and be prepared to be shocked. Or, you can go to the coast and stick your head in the sand. Go to the heading on my home page that says END TIMES and watch.
I spend endless hours researching what is happening right across the globe, stuff they won’t tell you in the mainstream media.
Mother Nature will heal, regenerate and renew once the human race has left her in peace. She will still be here long after we have gone from this suffering planet.
I long for the rapture. I don’t think it will be more far away. No one knows when apart from The Father. Not even Jesus knows.
The forthcoming Anti Christ is going to fool most of the world, that he is someone he is not and the world will watch in awe. Even some Christian’s who are unaware of what is taking place will be charmed and impressed. God help those that do. Please.
End times folks, almost everyone now believes that we are in the middle of them. I so want people to be saved but what right do I have to even say that? it’s hated in the world as Christians are fast becoming the most persecuted and hated religion on the planet. Well go ahead and hate me. Not one person or consequence will ever make me stop loving my God, or Mother Nature.
God bless, heads up. Su x
Winter is approaching here in the UK. If you care about wildlife it could sure do with an extra helping hand this year. I have fed the birds for years. It doesn’t have to be costly. There are tons of ideas on the internet that cost virtually nothing to recycle things that can be used as bird feeders, bird baths, bird houses and they are great fun to make. If you have pets and groom them, just throw the excess fur in the garden and the birds will put it to good use to line their nests helping them to stay cosy. There are also lots of recipes for homemade food. It’s best to follow a recipe. Bread really isn’t of any nutritional value. If you have a Poundshop near where you live most of these sell bags of seeds and nuts that can be used in homemade recipes. You can also buy in bulk from online shops. Depending on how many feeders you have, 2 or 3 large bags can last you the whole winter.
We all need a little helping hand at times and our little feathered friends will be truly thankful especially when the ground is hard, frozen, flooded etc.<p>
Circulating message claims that consumers can tell the chemical makeup of tube contents just by checking the colour of a small square at the bottom of the packaging. A newer variant focuses on toothpaste tubes.
The claims in the message are false. The squares, called “eye marks”, are marks used in the packaging process and do not indicate the chemical content of the tubes in any way whatsoever. The marks tell packaging machines when to perform certain tasks such as cutting or crimping tubes.
Did you know squares on tubes means something …. Green : All naturals Red : some natural ,but most chemicals Black : Only chemicals
Pay attention when buying toothpaste,
at the bottom of the toothpaste tube
there is a color bar. And do you only know
the original meaning of the color bar!
Try to choose green and blue, there are four kinds:
Blue : Natural + Medicine;
Red : Natural + Chemical composition;
Black : pure chemical.
This piece of “advice”, which is currently making its way around via social media and the blogosphere, claims that all one need do to find out the chemical makeup of tube contents such as toothpaste and creams is to check the colour of a small square on the bottom of the tube. According to the message, a green square means contents are all natural, red means mostly chemicals with some natural composition, and black means only chemicals are used.
But alas, this supposed helpful tip is in fact utter nonsense.
The rectangular marks or lines on tubes referred to in the message, are using in the packaging process. The marks are known in the packaging industry as “eye marks” (or sometimes “eye spots”). They do not in any way indicate the chemical content of the tubes they are displayed on, regardless of what colour they are. That is not their role.
Eye marks can be identified by electronic eyes used in sophisticated modern packaging machinery. The marks serve a variety of packaging purposes such as telling the machine where to cut and crimp tubes or indicating the desired colour of print on packaging. Many products have such eye marks, although they may not always be visible to consumers as they are on tubes.
Rather ironically, the message poses the question “did you know squares on tubes mean something” and then answers the question with an outright lie. In fact, the “squares” do mean something – to packaging machines and the people who operate them. But, to the average consumer they mean nothing at all.
Want to know what a tube’s contents consist of? It is most likely listed right there on the side of the tube in some detail. Or, you might find even more detailed information about the product’s content on the company’s website or elsewhere on the Internet. But rest assured, the colour of the little mark on the tube’s base will tell you nothing whatsoever about its chemical makeup.
Outside The Box Says “The above article was written on Hoax Slayer. Just because it is written on that site does not mean it is a hoax. It is up to the individual to do their own research. I’m 50 years old and brush my teeth twice a day, that means on average I have used toothpaste 36,524,218 times. That is a lot of toothpaste! Why not try making your own alternative toothpaste? Here are some great ideas below.”
Natural toothpaste alternatives are all the rage these days. So, what’s wrong with toothpaste? Well, like most commercial health and beauty products on the market, toothpaste has been industrialized over the years. Here are just a few of the questionable ingredients commonly found in commercial toothpastes:
Fluoride. While fluoride is supposedly the ingredient that prevents cavities, it doesn’t do that job very well and can actually be very toxic to the body. In fact, if you suffer from acne outbreaks around the mouth and chin area, fluoride toothpaste may be the cause! (If you haven’t already, check out The Case Against Fluoride and The Fluoride Deception for more information.) Fluoride-free toothpastes are becoming more common, but unfortunately it’s not the only ingredient in toothpaste you should be avoiding. Read more about fluoride dangers here.
Titanium dioxide. There are some concerns that titanium dioxide is carcinogenic. The biggest problem is that nano-sized particles of titanium dioxide can be absorbed through the mouth and may cause toxic damage in the cells of the body.
Glycerin. This is found in almost every toothpaste on the market (even the natural ones). Glycerin helps give toothpaste its pasty texture and keeps it from drying out. But it can also leave a coating on your teeth that prevents them from remineralizing.
Sodium lauryl sulfate. It gives you the foamy cleaning action we all expect from toothpaste, but sodium lauryl sulfate is also a strong chemical surfactant that doesn’t belong in our bodies.
Artificial sweeteners. I don’t know about you, but I generally avoid chemical sweeteners like sorbitol and saccharin. Unfortunately, these are commonly used in commercial toothpaste to make them taste sweet.
So, what are some natural toothpaste alternatives? I asked you on The Nourished Life Facebook Fan Page what you use instead of commercial toothpaste. And as I expected, you all gave some great responses–so many that I really couldn’t list them all! But here are twelve ideas to get you started:
12 Natural Toothpaste Alternatives
1. Sea Salt
How much more natural can you get than brushing your teeth with salt from the sea? It’s easy, too: just dab your toothbrush in sea salt and brush away as usual. Concerned about abrasion? Me, too. You can also dissolve the salt in water first and then dip your brush in the saltwater before brushing.
2. Baking Soda
This has got to be one of the most popular toothpaste alternatives. Like sea salt, you can just dip your toothbrush in baking soda and brush like normal. Or you can dissolve it in water first and use the brine for brushing (just like the sea salt). A lot of people use baking soda as a base for homemade tooth powder. You mix it with a few drops of peppermint essential oil and stevia to give your mouth a minty fresh feel.
3. Hydrogen Peroxide
Hydrogen peroxide is known for keeping teeth clean and white, and many people use it instead of toothpaste. Jessica on Facebook suggests, “Dip your toothbrush in hydrogen peroxide and then in a 50/50 mixture of baking soda and fine sea salt.” The only potential problem with hydrogen peroxide is if you have amalgam fillings: peroxide may leach mercury from your fillings.
4. Herbal Tooth Powders
Herbal tooth powders can be used in place of toothpaste. They do a good job of cleaning, and the herbal ingredients can also help ease inflammation, pain and infection throughout the mouth.
5. Dry Brushing
It doesn’t get much more simple than this. Tired of looking for a natural toothpaste alternative? According to some, there’s no need to use anything at all: dry brushing does the job. But while it does seem to work well enough, there’s no minty mouth feel (like we’re all used to, of course) and might feel a little strange.
6. Brush with Pure Water
If dry brushing doesn’t quite cut it for you, try brushing with pure water. This also works surprisingly well for clearing debris from the teeth, but you still don’t get that minty mouth feel.
7. All Natural Soap
Yes, you can brush your teeth with soap. I’ve tried this one a few times, and while it does work, it also tastes pretty, well, soapy. Not exactly the experience I was looking for personally. But if you decide to try it, trying a natural soap like peppermint castile soap.
8. Tooth Soap
For those who aren’t keen on using actual soap in their mouths, there are quite a lot of brands of specially designed tooth soaps on the market. Just try to find one without additives.
9. Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is another great natural toothpaste alternative. Its antifungal and antibacterial properties come in handy for mouth cleaning. Coconut oil can be used alone and combined with other ingredients listed here (like baking soda and essential oils).
10. Oral Irrigation (Waterpik)
Getting a Waterpik has been on my to-do list ever since I read Cure Tooth Decay by Rami Nagel. But I don’t have one yet, so I can’t speak from personal experience about using one. According to user reports, however, this little device can work some wonders cleaning teeth and gums. Some say the results are nothing short of miraculous. Rami Nagel suggests in his book that you use salt water for oral irrigation, which can enhance the benefits.
11. Essential Oils
These can be bought at a local health food store or from a reputable online store. Learn where I shop for high quality therapeutic essential oils online.
Sometimes I just use a drop or two of peppermint oil on my dampened toothbrush if I want a quick and easy way to get my mouth feeling clean and minty fresh.
12. Oil Pulling
Never heard of it? Here’s a post that explains what oil pulling is and how to do it. Basically you swish about one tablespoon of oil (I use coconut oil) for several minutes. Then brush with plain water or use one of the methods listed above. Trust me, your teeth have never felt this clean!