A Stalk of Celery

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Most mush-for-brains psychopaths, holed up in various dens of hideously ugly steel buildings where corporate f**kery is concocted each day – where these charlatans and shysters dream their dreams of sadism to heap upon innocents for their profits – they don’t want to imagine that you might take it upon yourself to stop eating and drinking their toxic substances they call food and water, and instead locate organic local farms in your area for your sustenance, and filter the chemically-laced water that comes from most taps. They’re counting on the continuing influence from their mind altering and body poisoning ugliness that, sadly, most continue to ingest.

But there are ways that nature provides to help circumvent their madness.

Consider the simple stalk of celery. Modern marvelous morons would prefer that you don’t know the following benefits of just one plant gifted to us by God, Mother Earth, or the committee of dolphins who started something so pure and beautiful, but has been trashed by these a-holes.

The effects of celery on the body are diuretic, expectorant, carminative, anti-asthmatic, and digestive aid. Celery is a good source of vitamin K, vitamin C, potassium, folate, and fiber. It also contains molybdenum, manganese, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, and tryptophan. Celery also contains about 35 milligrams of a beneficial sodium complex; this is useful in reducing stomach acid levels and raising our hydrochloric acid levels which in turn improves digestion.

Celery has been used for many years in Chinese medicine to alleviate high blood pressure, and this practice is beginning to pick up steam in America. It is believed that the phthalides in celery relax the arteries and allow the vessels to dilate which enables the blood to flow more freely. These phthalides also relieve our stress hormones and in turn the less stressed our body is the lower our blood pressure becomes. Celery is also a very good source of potassium, calcium and magnesium, all of which have been associated with reduced blood pressure. – via naturalnews.com

And all of the above are the benefits from just ONE plant provided by Mother Earth. Imagine the benefits of all the other plants and herbs. All there for the taking with just a bit of research on your part for your maximum health benefit.

For maximum benefits of this plant, I either juice or blend up 2 or 3 single stalks of celery, along with berries, apples, oranges, cilantro, aloe vera juice, maybe part of a cucumber, carrots, pineapple, and whatever else sounds tasty for a wonderfully nutritious drink each morning.

The creator always provides, and as life itself on this planet has been turned upside down by the demons of earth, I continue to keep my eye out for the mother ship, or time machine, that will take me away from this madness, with my only hope that the music of Mozart, Bach and Beethoven is provided for the journey, with loved ones and friends accompanying me!

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Tonight’s musical offering:

From the movie “Amadeus” –Mozart’s Turkish Finale from “The Abduction from the Seraglio”  

(headphones on and volume up for maximum sensory enjoyment)

Medical Disclaimer:

The content provided here is for informational purposes only and should not be used in place of the advice of a healthcare professional. Always consult a doctor or your trusted health guru if you have health concerns.

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