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“Despite the fact that measles remains a mostly harmless disease, no worse than the chickenpox, mainstream health authorities continue to fuel measles hysteria – an obvious ploy to sell more MMR vaccines.

But it can’t be repeated enough that contracting the measles is no big deal. In fact, it’s actually a good thing, especially for young children, because once they recover they will have protection against measles for life – no vaccines necessary!

“Measles is usually a mild, self-limiting childhood illness,” explains Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Chairman of the Board at Children’s Health Defense (CHD), in an article entitled, “A Dozen Facts About Measles That You Won’t Learn From MSPharmedia.”

“Unlike Merck’s MMR vaccine, wild measles infection confers lifetime immunity from measles. Having measles in childhood may also reduce the risk of atopic disease, heart disease, Hodgkin’s and non-Hodgkin’s lymphomas and some other cancers,” he adds.

Be sure to read Kennedy’s full article at this link and check for news about the measles.”

“Meanwhile, Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, has announced plans to contact Bayer directly to talk about his and others’ experiences being targeted by Monsanto.

In exchange for a public apology and a full retraction of all “smear” articles that were published by Monsanto and its cronies about Natural News, the “Food Babe,” Jeffrey Smith, and others, Adams says he will sit down with Bayer’s internal investigators and tell all that he knows about Monsanto’s crimes against humanity.

“This is a rare opportunity for Bayer to hear directly from the victims of the Monsanto ‘black ops’ division that Bayer was likely not aware it was acquiring when it purchased Monsanto, since the entire division operated in secret and relied on internal corporate money laundering to obfuscate its operations,” Adams writes.

“Bayer’s attorneys may reach out to Natural News through our public contact page. Our attorneys are also initiating contact with Bayer’s legal team to initiate discussions.,” he adds.”

“Recently published research from scientists at Penn State College of Medicine reveals that the medicinal compounds found in marijuana can actually stop cancer cells right in their tracks. The researchers studied 370 different cannabinoid compounds and their effects on seven different colon cancer cell lines.

What they found was that two of the most well-known cannabinoids, THC and CBD, had little to no effect on cancer cells — but, at least 10 lesser known compounds were found to display potent anticancer activity.

Kent Vrana, chair of the Department of Pharmacology at Penn State College of Medicine, says now that these anticancer compounds have been identified, understanding how they work will be the next step.

“The 10 compounds we found to be effective fall into three classes, so they’re similar to each other but with small changes,” Vrana says.

“We know how one of them works, which is by inhibiting the division of cells in general. We also found that the most potent and effective compounds don’t seem to work through traditional marijuana receptors, although we’re not sure of the exact mechanism yet,” he added.”

“In 1986, there were seven vaccines that were routinely administered to American children. Yet, there were so many catastrophic injuries caused by this schedule that some of the vaccine manufacturers threatened to stop producing them, due to the large damage awards that they were ordered to pay when people were injured,” stated Representative Jeremy Munson, a Republican from Crystal Lake, Minnesota, and the man leading the charge to make vaccine corporations liable again, during a recent press conference.

“So, the pharmaceutical industry heavily lobbied Congress to pass the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act, or the NCVIA, in 1986. This unprecedented law established a compensation program administered by the government, and funded by a tax on vaccine consumers themselves. This was to compensate those whom were killed or harmed by vaccines.”

“New Hampshire public health officials have determined that a case of measles found in the city of Keene was likely the result of an adverse reaction to the vaccine itself.

After conducting tests in a laboratory, state investigators have come to the conclusion that the infected child likely became ill from the live-attenuated measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine.

“Therefore, [the Department of Health and Human Services] is suspending additional public health interventions. There is no contagious measles known to be circulating in the community,” the DHHS said in a release.

It is possible the child never even contracted the disease. Health officials point to the fact that five percent of individuals who receive the MMR vaccine ultimately develop a fever and rash reaction as a result, a data point that Big Pharma would like to sweep under the rug.”

“These seven outbreaks are by no means exhaustive of the biomedical literature, but illustrate just how misled the general public is about the effectiveness of measles vaccines, and the CDC’s vaccination agenda in general. No amount of historical ignorance will erase the fact that vaccination does not equal immunization; antigenicity does not equal immunogenicity. Nor are the unintended, adverse effects of MMR and other vaccines in the CDC schedule accurately portrayed, precluding access to the medical ethical principle of informed consent. “

“Clearly, a 26% failure rate in those receiving 2 or more measles-containing vaccines is not only surprising, but demonstrates how the present-day myth that receipt of the measles vaccinae (including multiple “boosters”) equates to bona fide immunity (or any vaccine, for that matter) is no longer tenable, as judged by the evidence itself, especially given a long recorded history of measles outbreaks in highly vaccinated populations. Here are just a few examples reported in the medical literature:…”

I was told about this success of a person curing his eczema.

“Skin diseases like eczema and psoriasis can potentially be treated with marijuana, a recent study suggests. Robert Dellavalle from the University of Colorado School of Medicine explains how some compounds found in marijuana might relieve itching and pain in people suffering from these skin diseases.”