In the first half, Dr. Joel Wallach shared alternative health approaches and the benefits of remedies and supplements that assist in the body's recovery from many diseases and ailments. He related the condition of diverticulitis to nutritional deficiencies and the eating of gluten in one's diet. He contended that gluten causes a person to lose the villi in their intestines, which aid in the absorption of nutrients. He recommended the supplement MSM as it supports the repair of ligaments and connective tissue, which includes the walls of the intestines.
MSM is also known for strengthening bone marrow, which "is your immune system," and makes white blood cells and antibodies that can help fend off COVID and other viruses, he stated. Colloidal silver, placed under the tongue, repels viruses and bacteria as well, he added. Exercise, known for getting the circulation going, can be detrimental if a person is not supplementing, he commented. This Friday, he offers his free Zoom "Ask Doc Live" weekly event, starting at 8am PT/11am ET.
In the latter half, author, researcher, and psychotherapist Dr. Laurie Nadel discussed the connection between an increase in precognitive dreams and societal anxiety related to the pandemic, natural disasters, and war. A sense of discomfort or dread can feed precognitive dreams, and sometimes people have an intuition of impending catastrophe, she revealed. Most recently, the evacuations in Afghanistan led to a number of individuals reporting to her that they were waking up with a sense of doom. We can pick up certain data from the collective unconscious or the field during sleep, she remarked. "Hundreds of people in New York and New York City reported dreams to their therapists in the year leading up to 9-11 about planes flying into skyscrapers" and other precognitive images, she cited.
A few months before Superstorm Sandy in 2012, Nadel said she had a dream with her deceased father warning her of an upcoming disaster and to stock up on water. Because she heeded this, when the storm struck Long Island, she was one of the only people in her neighborhood that had fresh water. She shared an exercise to recognize one's personal intuitive signal: Recall a time when you had a hunch or inner voice giving you information that turned out to be accurate and note the specific physical sensations and circumstances that accompanied it. As a way to combat anxiety or negativity in dreams, she suggested a kind of "mental martial arts" technique: Before going to sleep, imagine yourself in a cocoon of shiny silver light, and ask to be protected.