Remember how they told us smoking was gonna kill us? Well....maybe, maybe not.

m5215

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I, along with others, I'm sure, would like to hear the recipe for your elixir. Please share.

Silver infused water - Silver infused water is a super antivirus solution that you can safely drink. There is a lot of disinformation out there on the subject of silver-infused water but if you do some valid research you will find the truth. There are multiple ways to make silver-infused water but the easiest way to do it is by using a sterling silver cup. I have a large 14oz sterling silver cup which is somewhat rare at that size and generally expensive. Simply fill the cup with water that is boiling hot. The very hot water and the silver metal surface will cause more microscopic particles of silver to join with the water as opposed to just using water at room temperature. From what I understand about 5 minutes of very hot water in the silver would be the same as about 8 hours of room temperature water in silver. I let the water stay in the silver cup for 30 minutes to get a good concentration. No worries about too high of a concentration of silver as you would need to have silver powder directly mixed in the water to get to a questionable level and it is impossible to get to that level with water at any temperature sitting in a silver cup for any amount of time.

Ginger - Ginger has MANY great health benefits and is considered one of the best herbs to use on a regular basis. Of course, using fresh ginger is the best but there is a great quality dehydrated ginger drink made just about completely with real ginger that you can easily use. A company called Prince of Peace makes a product called Ginger Honey Crystals. They have different size packs and each packet is a little over half an ounce of ginger and a few additional ingredients. Each serving provides 14mg of ginger. Studies have shown measureable significant benefits from consuming as little as 2mg of ginger on a daily basis so 14mg is great and since it's natural no need to worry about an overdose like you would with chemicals and drugs. I mix one full serving packet into my silver-infused water.

Honey - Finally I add one teaspoon of all-natural raw honey to add some honey flavor and have all the great benefits that natural honey provides. The honey can also make the ginger drink "smoother" as some people find ginger to be a bit spicy and somewhat harsh tasting. I use Kelley's Local Texas Honey.

I make this special drink every evening and have been noticing some positive changes as well as not getting sick from any virus of any kind over the last 7 months of drinking this special blend of mine. It works great for me and I think it is very likely to work great for anyone else.
 

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Smokers have lower rates of Alzheimer's.

I wonder if that's due to the stimulant properties of nicotine helping to create or reinforce neural pathways in the brain. If so, nicotine gum or lozenges might be a better delivery system. Do you have any research on the topic to post?
 

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I wonder if that's due to the stimulant properties of nicotine helping to create or reinforce neural pathways in the brain. If so, nicotine gum or lozenges might be a better delivery system. Do you have any research on the topic to post?

Lots of associations for things that reduce Alzheimer’s dementia. Coffee also a correlation with less dementia. I don’t think it is causal. . . .but who could turn down another excuse to drink more coffee.
 

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The thing is, nicotine isn’t what kills smokers or causes lung cancer. It’s all the tar, and other fun stuff, caused by inhaling burnt tobacco that is the issue. Nicotine on its own, is no more dangerous than sugar or caffeine when taken in moderation.


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Smokers don't realize how bad they smell. Smoke on their clothes and hair smells like a dirty ashtray,
or campfire.
Their cars are even worse. I can smell a smoker from far away. I quit over 25 years ago.
 

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I wonder if that's due to the stimulant properties of nicotine helping to create or reinforce neural pathways in the brain. If so, nicotine gum or lozenges might be a better delivery system. Do you have any research on the topic to post?
I did a quick Google search. It looks like the research has changed. You never know if that is real science or the woke crowd getting the result they wanted.

20 years ago I was in residency with a guy that smoked. We gave him grief about it. He always came back with the Alzheimer's line. I looked it up and studies in the 90s confirmed what he said.

Now it looks like newer studies refute that. I found a review today that said older studies did show lower rates in smokers but they were "biased" and new studies show smoking to be a risk factor.

 

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