How Can I Cure My Yeast Infection Naturally
Good day there, Eric Bakker. Here's a questionfrom Jenny. Jenny lives in Alabama. I think that's in America, Alabama. Eric, how can I cure my yeast infection naturally? This is a question I get asked quite regularlyfrom people. Many people are concerned about pharmaceutical drugs. They're not interestedin looking at pharmaceutical intervention or medical treatment for their yeast infectionbecause they've been there, done that, it doesn't work; vaginal infections, toenailinfections, jock itch, there are many different types of yeast infections that simply don'trespond permanently to pharmaceutical intervention.
Natural treatment is different. We're notjust treating the symptoms here. We're going to look at the causes. We're going to getyou to be accountable to make some changes and your body is going to respond by gettingrid of this yeast infection permanently and naturally. So one way to cure your yeast infection naturallyis to look at holistic, is to avoid pharmaceutical drugs entirely, keep away from antibiotics,the pill, hormone replacement therapy, antiinflammatory drugs, steroidal drugs, any type of drugs.You just need to watch out for these pharmaceutical medications. They create side effects andthey're going to give you problems long term,
and then you end up with two types of problems:your yeast infection and symptoms of a disease which you to eventually get on top of as well. Naturally curing Candida involves diet andlifestyle and using natural medicines. And there are many tutorials you'll find on my channelwhich are going to go indepth about the natural ways to cure a yeast infection. There aremany very good natural medicines that will do exactly this that will cure the infectionpermanently without side effects and it's exactly what you want if you're looking fora natural cure. So I hope that answers your question. Anymore questions? You're bound to find them
on my YouTube channel. If you can't find them,please contact me on Candidacrusher and ask me your question and I'll reply to it.Subscribe to my channel; you're bound to find a lot of questions on there that will answeryour questions and you'll be the first one to find out about my new tutorials as well. Andplease go to yeastinfection to complete my yeast infection survey. Thank you.
Diabetes Prostate lumps AIDS MMS Testimonials
Okay I'm here with David Glover. We are in Western Canada at our seminar. And David is one of our bishops. Came to the Dominican Republic to be trained, about 2 years ago now? Yeah. 2 years more or less and has been up here in Canada, he has got a church in his house but we have never been able to record his testimony and his personal use of MMS and any other people he has dealt with, so Dave you want to just tell some people how you found MMSwhat you have ben using it for personally. When I found MMS I was hunting around on the internet and I stumbled into it so I bought Jim's book. His first book and that convinced me enough that I had my drawing attraction so I run down to the Dominican and took the course.
Okay. Then I came home and my community is not very big, maybe 300 to 400 people. And they are firmly hooked on their medical system so they think I'm a little bit odd. And anyway I started treating myself then. My told me I had some lumps on my prostate so that is what they(MMS) started going after and I noticed a difference in the first week in my prostate and then I got into treating diabetes. I got rid of my diabetes, I was actually on MMS 2000 for a total of 18 weeks one year. Wow you were serious. Yea I cleaned it all out. So the diabetes, the lumps on the prostate. You say you noticed something right away Urinating better? Oh yeah yeah my stream, I started hitting the back of the bowl.
Thats pretty good when you can hit the ceiling then you are doing like when you were a little kid again. Well it was certainly an improvement on the stream for sure. Yeah that is good. So what else have you done since that as far as other people. Have you been able to involve yourself in restoring health to anybody else? I've treated some AIDS victims in Regina, man and wife, and some other people there. Are you going to edit this? We can yeah. Because like I don't know the things I can say Like you know like in reference to that. He is just dealing with it and finish his sacraments But I also ran a course Regina. It was the tutorial course but I helped them get through the tutorial course
and we brought in some new ministers there and that was with the Regina hope AIDS network They have a pandemic of AIDS or HIV Okay, you had positive results with that? Yeah. I saw one tutorial on our site at mmstestimonials, which you will be watching on , This one and there was an indian there. Oh Ron Horsefall. Yeah yeah, I remember he. We need some more of those. For some reason the AIDS or the HIV positive and the herpes, when they are cured they don't want to do testimonies. You know they kind of feel bad that people would know that they had herpes or were HIV positive but there are plenty of people who have those things
that need to come forward because it just helps everybody else to come forward to convince the world this works, these sacraments we have, works. Definitely, I know those people believe it. And when we tried to run the course we tried to get some of their medicine men into the course but they wouldn't go, you know. Well all you can do is keep trying. That's true. We have to look for people who really want the truth. So here we are and we brought the warm weather, it was like 40 below just before we came and now it is beautiful out. Beautiful up here where we're at in B.C. And the, what do you call them, mountain goats? Yeah. Walking right down the street
the big horned mountain goats, amazing, but you learned some more things this time some more things we are starting to add to these seminars. Oh yeah the more seminars you get in the more knowledge you get because you are hearing people from all different walks of life and then through our people the conversation is all geared towards what we are doing. Exactly, they studied it and used it. You know what is cool, this is probably the like 10th or 11th testimony today we did and we will go off to the next place and do some more. We encourage other people to do one on send it to use, it helps us to convince this world. We are not actors we are just reporters. and observers so I wish that you will seek this information and use it. Thank you. Thanks buddy.
Transiting Exploplanet Survey Satellite TESS George Ricker
TESS stands for Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite. The basic idea is that it's an allsky survey mission that will attempt to discover new expolanets that are going to be transiting the nearest and brightest stars. In order to do this it has to cover pretty much the entire sky and monitor about 500,000 stars during the twoyear mission. We're going to be focusing primarily on Earths and superEarths and covering full range of stellar hosts. All the way from F5 to M5 stars.
So basically from stars somewhat warmer and larger than the sun to stars that are quite a bit cooler and smaller than the sun. As a result of this survey we will be able to provide targets for future missions. In fact, I think it's fair to say that the targets that we'll be able to establish from the TESS missions are ones that will be a real resource for humanity for all time because once you've carried out this survey and you've established the nearby transiting systems, you've pretty much defined the ones that are going to be most useful for future followup missions. The types of followup missions that will be relevantâ€”or our observations that will be relevant
are the spectroscopic things that are goingâ€”studies that are going to be possible from the coming generation of extremely large telescopes such as the EELT that the Europeans have funded and also the giant segmented mirror telescopes that are coming on with several different concepts including the TMT, which would be a 30meter class telescope that would be in the northern hemisphere and then a 20meter telescope that would be in the southern hemisphere by two different U.S. consortiums. Of course, the real crÃ¨medelacrÃ¨me for the targets that we're going to be looking at are going to be those that are going to be favorably positioned for JWST to survey. So that's the basic idea behind TESS.
To see what the implication is that this new group of sources that we will find have for the rest of exoplanet astronomy. This is the current discovery space that we can have. This is a threedimensional plot, with stellar type along this axis. Basically, we're talking about going from small stars at this end to large stars at this end. This axis is planet size going from Earthsized planets to planets that are quite a bit larger. This scale along the vertical axis is magnitude in the range that astronomers use, which is almost a natural log scale.
The key boundary here that is shown here is 12 magnitude. It turns out that's an extremely useful boundary because many of the objects that areâ€”that have been discovered by Kepler and the other groundbased surveys that have going and also the COROT mission from Europe are all in this region down below here. The reason that's an important boundary is if you do followup work on objects that are at this level or fainterâ€”so really bright stars that are visible that you can see with your naked eye or up in this part of the chartâ€”these are the ones that it takes a much larger aperture to study effectively. So basically the region that's populated currently are those that are very difficult to observe.
The targets that TESS will provide the community and that's pretty and that's why we think of this in some sense as the people's telescope are those that really are in the upper part of this plot. So this is what happens with TESS and this is the situation we have without TESS. The other thing is, in terms of thinking about the topic we're going to cover in this part of the session. I was reminded, sort of go back to some of the things that we had done previously from some of our crew. Many of the things that we're actually trying to do with TESS