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Shocking Opinions: Was The Ballistic Missile Heading For Hawaii Alert A Simple Mistake Or A Psychological Operation?

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Shocking Opinions: Was The Ballistic Missile Heading For Hawaii Alert A Simple Mistake Or A Psychological Operation?


Opinion by Dan Dicks of Press For Truth

They’re either extremely incompetent or they’re diabolically calculated for destruction but either way this isn’t looking good for the government. On the morning of Saturday January 13th at approximately 8:08 am an emergency warning was issued to the people of Hawaii telling them to seek immediate shelter from an incoming ballistic missile. The threat has since been ruled as a mistake and everyone is supposed to just forget about this and go back to their lives as normal…

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In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth lays out the three possible scenarios for what really happened this morning while pointing the finger at who he feels should be suspect number one… the American Government.


THIS IS NOT A DRILL…..OR IS IT?

Ken O’Keefe Commentary – Hawaii False Nuclear Attack & the Hawaiian Nation

THIS IS NOT A DRILL!(?) – What Happened in Hawaii?

Is Beer Good For Your Health? The Beautiful Benefits Of Beer

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The Beautiful Benefits Of Beer

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Milk is for babies. When you grow up you have to drink beer. – Arnold Schwarzenegger

We all know the phrase, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” Of course, this is a ridiculous statement with almost no truth to it. Eating one piece of fruit per day isn’t going to magically ward off sickness, like some sort of powerful fruit of eternal life. An apple per day keeps the doctor away only if you throw the apple at the doctor, which we don’t recommend. Usually.

There’s another, similar statement, that is much more accurate: a 24 pack of beer per day keeps the jobs away.

Unfortunately, as delicious as beer is, we can’t recommend drinking a case of beer per day. If you do, there’s a good chance you’ll end up living in a van down by the river.

Plus, beer, like anything in excess (sweets, sweatpants, Nicolas Cage movies), isn’t good for your health. If you feast upon too much beer in a single day, your body will begin to go on strike, demanding better working conditions.

But how much beer is too much? How much is healthy? Is it a bad sign if you’re drinking beer in the shower (probably)?

Let us guide you on a beerlicious tour of your body, helping you understand how to treat your body without cheating your body.

(Note: We’re not doctors. This isn’t intended to be medical advice. Talk to your doctor before making any medical decisions.)

How Much Beer Per Day Is Too Much?

 

Let a man walk ten miles steadily on a hot summer’s day along a dusty English road, and he will soon discover why beer was invented. – Gilbert K. Chesterton

Most guidelines state that moderate beer consumption is safe for your health. For men, that’s between 2-3 beers per day and for women that’s 1-2 beers per day (sorry ladies).

We know that some of you are reading this and thinking, Perfect! I’ll drink three 60 oz beers per night!

Nice try. The 2-3 limit is based on drinking 12 oz beers. Pint glasses you can fit your head into don’t count.

Now, we should note, there is some disagreement about exactly how much is too much. As Katie Kelly Bell notes:

In the UK, their Department of Health states that men should limit consumption to no more than 3-4 units/day and women to no more than 2-3 units/day…but take note, their unit is only 8 grams, and an American unit is 14 grams. Overall though, the UK guidelines allow for a bit more flexibility. The French Ministry of Health and Sports suggests no more than 30 grams (roughly 3 drinks) per day for men and women alike.

We’d all probably really like Spanish doctors from the Basque region, where the Department of Health & Social Security counsels men and women to no more than 70 grams a day, or roughly seven drinks a day.

So here’s what we recommend. At the end of the day (or whenever you like to relax), sit down with a cold craft beer or two. Drink them slowly. Savor them. Taste the hops and malt and grains. If you’re drinking an IPA, enjoy the sweet bitterness that only that beer produces.

If you’re worried that you’re drinking too much, you have two options:

  • Drink less
  • Move to Spain

The point is this: be smart with the amount of beer you drink. It’s delicious, and in moderation it’s the nectar of the gods. Don’t drink until you’re hammered and convinced that everyone is your best friend and that world peace is achievable.

Is Beer Good For Your Health?

 

I’m gaining weight the right way: I’m drinking beer. – Johnny Damon

Some look at this question and scoff. They assume that drinking beer is healthy in the same way that eating glass is healthy. The next time you encounter someone like this, you can shove science in their face.

Beer Has Nutrients. No beer, isn’t in the same category as organic, gluten-free, cage free kale, but it certainly does have nutrients. These nutrients include trace amounts of calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, zinc, copper, manganese, selenium, fluoride and silicon.

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Beer also contains some antioxidants, which help your body eliminate harmful toxins.

Beer May Strengthen Your Bones. Check this out beer haters. A recent study by the Journal of the American Medical Association discovered that moderate drinkers were 38% less likely to develop osteoporosis. Another study showed that moderate drinkers have a 20% lower risk of fracturing a hip.

Milk does a body good. So does beer.

Beer May Reduce the Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes. A number of studies have shown that moderate consumption of beer can actually reduce your risk of Type 2 diabetes by up to 30 percent. Beer May Boost Cognitive Health. Most people associate drinking beer with people slurring sentences and being unable to answer simple questions. Nope. Some studies have indicated that light to moderate drinking later in life can actually slow cognitive decline. So instead of playing all those brain games to try and stay sharp, just drink a few pints.

Beer Can Improve Your Digestion. In 2012, a study was published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry that showed that some beers can trigger the release of gastric acid in the stomach. Gastric acid is a key component in digestion and also helps control the growth of unhealthy gut bacteria.

Obviously, drinking too much beer isn’t good for your health. Your liver won’t be your biggest fan if you’re downing a case every night after work. But drinking beer in moderation can be very good for your health. So, to quote Homer Simpson, “Shut up liver!”

What Does Beer Do To Your Body?

 

I do condition my hair with honey and beer. I smell like the bottom of a beer barrel for days afterwards, but it’s very good for the hair. – Catherine Zeta-Jones

Beer affects your body in a number of ways. None of these is problematic if you drink in moderation.

Beer alters your brain’s neurotransmitters. The reason you feel a little fuzzy when you drink beer is due to the way beer interacts with your cerebellum, which helps with coordination, and cerebral cortex, which is responsible for thinking, memory, and learning.

Beer dilates your blood vessels. Why does your face turn beet red when you have a few drinks? Because alcohol causes your blood vessels to dilate and more blood flows through them. That blotchy skin isn’t because you’re embarrassed, it’s because you’ve tossed back a cold one.

Beer sends you to the restroom. Alcohol is a diuretic, meaning that it causes you to have to urinate more frequently. This is why you find yourself going like a racehorse after just a few beers.

Beer can lower your blood sugar. Alcohol inhibits your liver from converting glycogen into glucose, which then causes your blood sugar to drop. A simple way to avoid this is to eat a hearty meal beforehand.

Does Beer Have Health Risks?

 

Beer, it’s the best damn drink in the world. Jack Nicholson

Beer, like every other good thing, has health risks when consumed in excess. There’s nothing particularly new or profound about that. There are health risks if you eat fast food every day or watch too much Netflix.

One of the best ways to avoid drinking excess beer is to drink good beer. Beer that was made with care. Beer that wasn’t mass produced in a giant warehouse. When you drink good beer, it’s an experience. You’re not pounding down fifteen beers in order to pass out on the couch. You’re savoring a few delicious, flavorful beers that have an amazing flavor profile.

Don’t cheat yourself by drinking terrible, cheap beer. Invest in something that will make you want to slow down and appreciate what you’re drinking.

Conclusion

 

There are few things better in life than beer. And thankfully, beer can be good for you when consumed in reasonable, moderate, not frat party amounts. It can help your digestion, be good for your heart, strengthen your bones, and help you relax.

Most importantly, beer can make you happy. We’ve all had the experience of coming home after a long, hard day and enjoying a delicious beer.

There’s simply nothing like it. Learn More.

Wake Up, Your Perception Of Reality Is Being Manipulated By Internet Giants & Controlled Media

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Wake Up, Your Perception Of Reality Is Being Manipulated By Internet Giants & Controlled Media

“Ban a Way of Talking” Through “Shadow Banning”

Internet Giants and the Psychological Malignancy Destroying Human Society – The David Icke Videocast
This is precisely what I describe in the videocast as what Facebook is doing to me

‘Shadow bans’: Twitter conceals undesirable posts, but user doesn’t know about it – Project Veritas.

In the latest undercover Project Veritas video investigation, eight current and former Twitter employees are on camera explaining steps the social media giant is taking to censor political content that they don’t like.

James O’Keefe has just completed a book about this series entitled “AMERICAN PRAVDA: My fight for Truth in the Era of Fake News.” The book will be released by St. Martin’s Press on January 16, 2018.

Twitter Employee with Student Visa Bans Conservatives – The Savage Nation


Pranay Singh is an engineer for Twitter’s Direct Messaging team.

PV Journalist: So why’d they take his account down a couple of weeks ago?

Pranay Singh: I didn’t know we did that.

PV Journalist: Yeah, his account went down for a while.

Pranay Singh: Oh, it might be the U.S. Government pressuring us.

PV: Right right right, so why’d they take his account down a couple of weeks ago?

Pranay Singh: Umm, I didn’t know we did that.

PV: Yeah, his account went down, like, for a while.

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Pranay Singh: Oh, it might be the US government pressuring us.

PV: What?

Pranay Singh: Yeah, they do that.

PV: They do?

Pranay Singh: Yeah.

PV: Why?

Pranay Singh: Because they don’t like people messing with their politics, and he has shit on a lot of people.

PV: He said the US government would have done that, would have asked Twitter do it.

Pranay Singh: Oh yeah.

PV 2: Do you get requests from the government to take down celebrities

Pranay Singh: Oh, all the f–king time. All the f–king time.

Sr Network Security Engineer Reveals Twitter Ready to Give Trump’s Private DMs to DOJ

#Winning: Facebook “Fake News” Flag Makes People MORE Likely to Click

Hirsutism: How To Get Rid Of Excess Body Hairs Naturally With Essential Oils

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Hirsutism: How To Get Rid Of Excess Body Hairs Naturally With Essential Oils

Hirsutism is excess body hair growth in men and women in places hair doesn’t usually grow thick and long. It is a condition that occurs due to an increased level of androgens (male hormones) in the body.

3 Best Essential Oils for Hirsutism and How to Use

These essential oils for hirsutism have been proven to be useful in getting rid of excess hairs naturally.

These essential oils for hirsutism have been proven to be useful in getting rid of excess hairs naturally.

What is Hirsutism?

Hirsutism is excess body hair growth in men and women in places hair doesn’t usually grow thick and long. It is a condition that occurs due to an increased level of androgens (male hormones) in the body. Hirsutism is usually a cause of an underlying endocrine imbalance in the body. This imbalance may be adrenal, ovarian or central.

About 5-15% of women across all ethnic backgrounds are affected by hirsutism. It cause much psychological distress and depression in women, often leading to avoidance of social events and interaction with others. Approximately 40% of women have some degree of unwanted facial hair.

Women with hirsutism usually experience excess hair growth on their chins and upper lips. There are many ways to remove this excess hair including epilation, waxing, shaving, laser hair removal and electrolysis. But most of these methods are known to be costly and painful. That’s why many women are turning to natural and cheap remedies to get rid of their hair! These remedies include at-home sugar waxing and the use of essential oils!

Essential oils are powerful substances. There are 3 known essential oils that have been proven to inhibit hair growth and significantly reduce growth of excess body hair. We shall check out these essential oils below but first, let’s see the study proving essential oils are effective for hirustim:

Study Showing Essential Oils Work for Hirsutism

A study published in the Journal of Endocrinological Investigation, shows that essential oils are proven to naturally and successfully treat hirsutism.

In this placebo- controlled, randomized study, 12 women suffering from mild idiopathic hirutism used an oil spray containing lavender and tea tree essential oils. They were to use the spray twice a day on hirutism affected areas for 3 months. A hematological and hormonal evaluation was carried out at baseline and after 3 months. A statistically significant decrease of hirsutism total score and of hair diameter was found.

The conclusion was that lavender and tea tree oils applied locally on skin could be effective in reducing mild idiopathic hirustism and that this treatment could represent a safe, economic and practical instrument in the cure of this disease.


Source of the study: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23211454

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Top 3 Essential Oils for Hirsutism

1. Lavender Essential Oil

2. Tea tree Essential Oil

3. Grapefruit Essential Oil

Note: It doesn’t mean the above essential oils will lead to hair loss in the scalp. These essential oils won’t lead to hair loss in the scalp at all.

How to Use Essential Oils for Hirsutism

The best way to use the above essential oils for hirsutism is by combining them in a base ingredient such as a carrier oil or other base like witch hazel and aloe vera gel. Here are a few ways you can use these essential oils:

1. Aloe Vera Application

What you need

  • 1 cup aloe vera gel
  • 10 drops lavender oil
  • 10 drops tea tree oil
  • 10 drops grapefruit oil
  • Large bowl
  • Whisk
  • Amber glass jar

Directions

  1. In a large bowl, dump in one cup of pure aloe vera gel.
  2. Now add 10 drops each of lavender, tea tree and grapefruit essential oils.
  3. Whisk everything together to create a well combined gel-like mixture.
  4. Store in an air tight amber glass jar.
  5. Apply on your skin after hair removal methods to inhibit hair growth.

2. Hair Growth Inhibiting Mask

Note: Turmeric powder is a powerful hair growth inhibitor. However, it can stain so if you’re light skinned, be careful to use just a little and wash it off thoroughly to remove the stain.

What you need

  • ½ cup chickpea or garbanzo bean flour
  • 1 tbsp turmeric powder
  • Water
  • 5 drops lavender oil
  • 5 drops tea tree oil
  • Bowl

Directions

  1. In a bowl, add ½ cup of chickpea flour. If you need more for a larger part of your body, add more. If you need less for say, only your face then use less (1 tbsp). Adjust the ingredients accordingly.
  2. Now add enough water while whisking with a spoon to create a smooth lumpless paste.
  3. Add essential oils and whisk again.
  4. Your mask is ready! To use, slather it on your skin after hair removal methods. Leave it to dry up completely, then rinse off. Use this mask every time you remove your unwanted hair to slow down and inhibit hair growth.

3. Hair Growth Inhibiting Spray

What you need

  • ½ cup distilled water
  • 2 tbsp aloe vera gel
  • 7 drops tea tree oil
  • 5 drops lavender oil
  • 5 drops grapefruit oil
  • 4 oz amber glass spray bottle

Directions

  1. Mix all ingredients in a spray bottle.
  2. Spray on skin as needed after removing excess hairs to slow down and inhibit hair growth.

Caution

  • Grapefruit essential oil is photo-reactive, which means it reacts when exposed to sunlight. So please do not apply it at day time when you’re going to be out in the sun. Or do not expose the area it’s applied to in the sun.  If you’re staying indoors, it’s fine.
  • Keep essential oils away from children and pets.
  • If you’re new to essential oils, please first read Caution & Safety when Using Essential Oils

#ScaryCelebrities : A President Oprah Is Going To Throw Us White Folk Into Fema Camps? Opinion

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Shocking Opinion: A President Oprah Is Going To Throw Us White Folk Into Fema Camps?

Oprah might run for president in 2020 and what that would mean for right-wing political dissidents

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Oprah might run for president in 2020 and what that would mean for right-wing political dissidents