Scientists from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have discovered bee venom can kill the HIV virus without harming the body.
While Genetic Modified Crops have killed millions of Bees, in the meantime, scientists from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have discovered bee venom can kill the HIV virus without harming the body.
War causes a dirty planet. So does consumption-based commerce, but toxins build up in our bodies whether we are living in a utopian paradise or the modern day world. The Chinese used herbs as far back as 2700 BC to relieve our bodies of toxins, and Indian gurus have recommended Saucha, the Sanskrit word for cleanliness, since the time of Vedic society, possibly more than 15000 years ago and at least as early as the 11th century BCE.
As a collective, we have utilized colon hydrotherapy, herbal remedies, Krichara and Chandrayana Vratas, the yogic practices of cleansing which involve fasting and other methods which were described in ancient Shastras. The use of dry-heat saunas have been used since at least the year 1112, and hot and cool baths, of the Greco-Roman era have been used since the dawn of man. Ancient Sufis, used the at-tariq (the Pathway) as a method of self-purification.
There are Japanese Shinto purification rituals and the ancient Hawaiian Kumu, specifically the Kapu Kai, who used sea water for many purifying practices, including the ritual sea bath. Baptism has been used by Jews and Christians, not only to purify the soul, but likely as a means to purify the body. “Washing away sins” really meant washing away ignorance at least to the Gnostics.
The Aboriginal tribes in Australia have taken mud and sand baths from neck to feet, often planting themselves in the earth like a vegetable root for many hours or even days to remove toxins, and Native American Indians have used sweat lodges and herbal cleansing remedies for centuries.
The Toxins of a Modern Mayhem
“Warfare is inherently destructive of sustainable development