exposed to UVB during packaging explode with vitamin D. Lucky for Canadians, all of the “novel food” products that are organically grown keep their organic classification.
Bees can see ultraviolet light and they use it to find nectar in flowers. That nectar absorbs the vital rays of the sun and is converted into honey – a natural antibiotic prized by the Egyptian pharaohs. Unfortunately for the bees, they are now consuming pesticides and contaminants in the nectar and their immune systems are collapsing, but help is on the way.
Following the same mycelium spore activation methods that were used to produce penicillin, mycologist Paul Stamets exposes UV light to rice that is inoculated with medicinal mushroom spores. His patented “mushroom” formulas are used to treat colony collapse disorder, bird flu, Alzheimer disease and even cancer. Save the bee activists are coming to the rescue.
Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry promoted a future of light bio-beds where everyone had communication devices – and it became a reality with cell phones. To introduce the medicine of Stamets to the masses, the entity of Paul has been incarnated into the current Star Trek Discovery TV series as the inventor of “spore” drive. Faster than warp drive, canisters of light activated spores are cultured and administered into Paul Stamets body who then wills the star ship to appear instantaneously anywhere in the galaxy. The ultimate mushroom trip!
JAMA, The Journal of the American Medical Association recently released an article titled: Tesla and the Violet Ray. The authors, Tyler Marion and Kevin Cao are educators at the Texas University School of Medicine. They feel Tesla was the brilliant originator of electro-medicine and that “The advancement of dermatology relies on the foundation laid by past pioneers and research methods to move toward a bright, perhaps violet-colored, future.”
I was quite surprised to read this article in JAMA because my historical research shows the AMA hid Tesla and his medical inventions from our doctors.
The FDA closed down the violet ray manufacturers and now JAMA suggests that professional studies should begin? This is surely a white flag sent from educators to members of the American Medical Association that the times are changing.
Using a tanning salon to raise your vitamin D levels requires courage because of the onslaught of negative publicity of skin cancer. The best recent research that I have found to support the use of “solarium” machines comes from medical universities in Europe.
A study published in the British Journal of Dermatology titled: Incidence of skin cancers in 3867 patients treated with narrow-band ultraviolet B phototherapy concluded, “We found no significant association between Narrow Band UVB treatment and BCC, SCC or melanoma.”
In similar fashion when EMF research scientists team up to warn about the dangers of cell phones and Wi-Fi, a large chorus of prominent teachers of dermatology are reversing their previous positions by publishing meta-analysis articles in The Journal of Anticancer Research stating “