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Author Topic: THE REALITY OF LYME DISEASE NATIONWIDE, ALL CLIMATES, ALL ALTITUDES  (Read 146 times)

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THE REALITY OF LYME DISEASE
NATIONWIDE, ALL CLIMATES, ALL ALTITUDES

AN INTERVIEW WITH JOHN MIONCZYNSKI


The official “party line” of the US medical industrial complex is that chronic Lyme disease doesn’t exist.

This video appeared on Wyoming PBS in 2017. You can find other excerpts of this video by searching YouTube.com

Amazingly, the Google-FDA Nazis haven’t taken it down yet.

The man being interviewed is John Mionczynski.

I’m afraid that I don’t have any contact info for him.

https://realfoodchannel.com/the-reality-of-lyme-disease/

Agelbert NOTE: Artemisia frigida has been used as a medicinal plant by Native Americans for centuries. It is little wonder that it is effective in treating Lyme disease symptoms.

Artemisia frigida common names include fringed sagebrush, prairie sagewort, arctic sage and pasture sage. The plant is not, however, closely related to the true sages Salvia.


Artemisia frigida has a variety of uses for Indigenous peoples of North America. It is used medicinally for coughs, colds, wounds, and heartburn by the Blackfoot. The Cree people use it for headache and fever and the Tewa people took it for gastritis and indigestion. It also has ceremonial and veterinary applications, including for the Blackfoot, who reportedly used the crushed leaves to "revive gophers after children clubbed them while playing a game". Among the Zuni, the whole plant is made into an infusion for colds. Sprigs of this plant and corn ears are attached to decorated tablets and carried by female dancers in a drama. The sprigs are also dipped in water and planted with corn so the corn will grow abundantly.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artemisia_frigida

Artemisia frigida is a tufted, low-spreading, woody-based perennial that is primarily cultivated for its aromatic (camphor-scented), silver-white foliage. Erect, clustered, herbaceous stems with deeply-cut, silky-haired, silvery-white foliage rise up from tough, woody crowns. Stems typically grow to 9-16” tall in gardens. Tiny yellow flowers in nodding clusters bloom in summer, but are not particularly showy. Foliage is finely divided and feathery in appearance, hence the also used common names of fringed sagebrush, fringed sage-wort and fringed wormwood. This species is native to western North America, where it is most commonly found on dry open sites and waste areas in the Great Plains, foothills and mountains. Additional common names for this species include praire sagewort, pasture sagebrush and mouintain sage.
http://www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/PlantFinder/PlantFinderDetails.aspx?kempercode=h360
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