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i am Timmy van den Berg. The owner of this website.
I am not into medicine, in fact i am totally against it. But when you are talking about natural herbs and natural methods, who am i to decline. It is the method people used for many centuries even before i existed.
Therefor I make this website and webshop and blog to convince you all the best & healthiest methods of healing and beauty products, to promote them and after all I will try to help you get what you need.
I was always against those chemical medicine, in fact I had going to the doctor as well. They only get paid to subscribe us all some trash which makes us sick so our immune level goes down, so we can revisit the doctor on a weekly/monthly base. Now I prefer the natural way of healing without medicine to strengthen my body and to keep my immune system active.
Then have I studied a few years online and came to notice that most of the sickness we get, are made by people in some lab, and that the whole pharma business is one big money making industry.
That is the main reason I created and want to share this website with you all. So I will be able to convince some of you, who are visiting or will be visiting this website. This website will be with stories and articles to inform you, with a page where there will come reviews with pro and contra from different services, products or websites that are involved with Health, Beauty and Weight Loss based on Nature and that those rich people don't get any richer by poisoning us it will be a blogger page, and a web store. You all do know that an important aspect of Health is Weight Loss? So maybe you already guess it NaturalHealthResearchCenter.com that on this website you can also find several pages about Weight Loss
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A little History
The family Rockefeller.
The Rockefeller family is an American industrial, political, and banking family that owns one of the world's largest fortunes
The fortune was made in the American Petroleum Industry during the late 19th and early 20th centuries by John D. Rockefeller and his brother William Rockefeller primarily through Standard Oil. The family has had a long association with, and control of, Chase Manhattan Bank. As of 1977 the Rockefeller's were considered one of the most powerful families in the history of the United States. The Rockefeller family originated in Rhineland in Germany and family members moved to the New World in the early 18th century
John D. Rockefeller and William Rockefeller Jr. and their descendants are also ofScotch-Irish ancestry.
How John D. Rockefeller founded Big Pharma.
John D. Rockefeller Sr. is founder of Standard Oil and the grandfather of the above Nelson Rockefeller, and Father of John D. Rockefeller.
Only in the past few years, has a very important story of power come to the attention of the masses: the Rockefeller family, and their impact on big pharma and natural medicine. Thanks to old school researchers on the topic like G. Edward Griffin, and the revival of the topic by researchers such as James Corbett in his documentary “How Big Oil Conquered the World,” now people can know the truth to a degree that is advanced.
Documentaries like this one were made in the past several years, dedicated to the victims of pharmaceutical drugs.
So what’s the truth about Big Pharma? The truth is, pharmaceutical drugs have always been considered inferior to naturopathic remedies, vitamins, and minerals.
Even further back, where did people go wrong? It happened in the 1700s and 1800s
People were sold on pharmaceuticals when well-off Europeans took petroleum derivatives, chemical dyes, and similar chemicals, and they tried to make drugs out of them.
Pharmaceuticals originate from a time when coal tar derivative dyes and drugs were interchangeable: chemicals in coal tar were altered, turned into both dyes and drugs.
In fact, coal tar derivatives are still used in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals today, and toxic coal tar dyes persist today as well.
Coal tar was initially considered a filthy, useless industrial waste product, a result of gas production from coal. However, it would become the foundation of the European dyestuff's industry, and pharmaceutical drugs would be made from those chemicals.
In 1856, 18-year-old William Henry Perkin was trying to synthesize quinine, the anti-malarial drug, when he accidentally created “aniline purple” dye, later renamed “mauve” or “mauveine”.
Bayer manufactured dyes, until a shift when European chemical companies expanded into pharmaceuticals in the 1880’s and 90’s. In the last years of the 1800’s, European chemical companies figured out how to make drugs out of their chemicals.
In 1898, Bayer began selling patented Diaceteryne and Heroin Bayer had a major success with Aspirin in 1899.
Aspirin and Heroin were two drugs which grew Bayer into what it is today.
Bayer aggressively promoted their Heroin as a product of boiling opium, as a children's cough medicine, or for adults, claiming it was not addictive.
By the end of the 1800’s, powerful industrial players had arose from the ashes of the Industrial Revolution.
Patent medicine and European chemistry morphed into a paradigm of pharmaceutical drugs, when industrial titans poured bottomless funds into the creation of entire medical schools, licensing laws, studies, and more.
Industrial magnates attempted to crush empiric, natural medicine, lobbying for laws that would make the free practice of medicine illegal without a license.
Rockefeller even had a hand in the prohibition of alcohol, effectively crushing competition from alcohol based fuel. The ban on cannabis was a later culmination of these efforts.
They criminalized the free practice of medicine itself, with licensing laws: licenses mostly given to doctors practicing their allopathic medicine.
Corporate philanthropies such as the Rockefeller Foundation, Carnegie Endowment, and later the Lilly Trust from Eli Lilly, steered the paradigm of medicine into the direction they wanted.
A turning point was reached with the Flexner Report which they funded. The Flexner Report was one of the main things that allowed the powers that be to suppress naturopathy and promote what made them profit.
In conclusion, a history of fraud pervades all of the allopathy, which means pharmaceutical medicine. To “lop” means to “chop off”: they used to chop off limbs to solve disease, and feed people mercury to “displace the original disease.”
People would be wise to believe none of what they see and half of what they hear on this topic.
Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller (July 8, 1908 – January 26, 1979) was the 41st Vice President of the United States under Gerald Ford, and the 49th Governor of New York, as well as serving the Roosevelt, Truman, Eisenhower and Nixon administrations in a variety of positions. He was also a noted businessman, art collector, and philanthropist.
Rockefeller, a Republican, was relatively liberal and his views were generally closer to the Democratic Party's than the GOP's. In his time liberals in the GOP were called Rockefeller Republicans. As Governor of New York from 1959 to 1973 his achievements included the expansion of the State University of New York, efforts to protect the environment, the building of the Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza in Albany, increased facilities and personnel for medical care, and creation of the New York State Council on the Arts. After unsuccessfully seeking the Republican presidential nomination in 1960, 1964, and 1968, he served as Vice President from 1974 to 1977 under President Gerald R. Ford, but did not join the 1976 GOP national ticket with President Ford, marking his retirement from politics.
Alternate versions of Rockefeller have been discovered in the multiverse
- Nelson Rockefeller, President of Second North American Republic
- Nelson Rockefeller, 37th President of the United States
- Nelson Rockefeller, Vice President of the United States
President Richard Nixon met Nelson Rockefeller
Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine
Phonetic Spelling: (far-mak-i'-ah)
Definition: the use of medicine, drugs or spells
Usage: magic, sorcery, enchantment.
5331 pharmakeía (from pharmakeuō, "administer drugs") – properly, drug-related sorcery, like the practice of magical-arts, etc. (A. T. Robertson).
from pharmakeuó (to administer drugs)
the use of medicine, drugs or spells
sorceries (1), sorcery (2).
φαρμακεία (WH κια, so T (except in Galatians 5:20; cf. the Proleg., p. 88); see Iota), φαρμακείας, ἡ (φαρμακεύω);
a. the use or the administering of drugs (Xenophon, mem. 4, 2, 17).
b. poisoning (Plato, Polybius, others): Revelation 9:21 (here WH text Tr marginal reading φαρμακῶν; many interpretations refer the passage to the next entry).
c. sorcery, magical arts, often found in connection with idolatry and fostered by it: Galatians 5:20 (where see Lightfoot) (Wis. 12:4 Wis. 18:13; for כְּשָׁפִים, Isaiah 47:9; for לָטִים, Exodus 7:22; Exodus 8:18; for לְהָטִים, Exodus 7:11); tropically, of the deceptions and seductions of idolatry, Revelation 18:23.
STRONGS NT 5331: φάρμακον [φάρμακον, φαρμάκου, τό, from Homer down, a drug; an enchantment: Tr marginal reading WH text in Revelation 9:21 (R. V. sorceries), for φαρμακεία, which see (in b.).]
From pharmakeus; medication ("pharmacy"), i.e. (by extension) magic (literally or figuratively) -- sorcery, witchcraft.
see GREEK pharmakeus
GRK: εἰδωλολατρία φαρμακεία ἔχθραι ἔρις
NAS: idolatry, sorcery, enmities, strife,
KJV: Idolatry, witchcraft, hatred,
INT: idolatry sorcery enmities strife
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What is Natural Health
The aim of natural health or Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) is to improve health and address illness in people of all ages, it is the art, science, and practice of disease diagnosis and treatment, and prevention of illness, using natural therapies and medicines.
Natural health is a self-care system of natural therapies which can restore health and wellness by working with the innate curative powers of the human body. It uses forms of healing which take into consideration the whole person, the mind, body, and emotions and by bringing balance and harmony to life. Natural health care practitioners and therapists may specialize in one modality or use a wide range of treatment approaches together.
With natural healing methods such as homeopathy, an individual is not given a medication to cure the symptom but will be looked at as a whole person. Diet, sleep habits, stress and other life-style factors are all taken into account as the individual is seen as a person not a disease.
It can empower the individual to be responsible for their own health and healing using prevention by simple and often inexpensive natural means. This may be by choosing natural whole foods, nutritional supplements, physical exercise, stress management techniques, natural therapies or medicines. Most natural medicines can be used alongside conventional medicine. A natural approach to healthcare can empower the individual to move from patient to self-healer through education on improving lifestyle changes and self-care to promote wellness.
Why is it so popular?
The increase in the stresses of modern life has led to an impact on physical and mental health. More and more people are turning to natural alternative and complementary methods of healing and changes in lifestyle to improve well-being and take charge of their health. Some turn to natural health as a last resort after trying drugs or surgery which has either not worked or resulted in side effects. Others as a lifestyle choice, because they want to use natural approaches to healthcare as they are non-toxic and less invasive. And they help to empower the patient, so they are in charge of their health, and they understand what makes them better or worse and can do something about it.
Natural medicine is also continuing to gain greater acceptance as a result of increased scientific investigation and due to our interest and awareness of new research.
Why is natural health becoming so popular:
- A growing disillusionment with drugs and conventional medicine
- Growing concern over the practices of big pharmaceutical companies and their research methods
- A desire for medicines that come from nature and do not contain toxic or synthesized chemicals
- People want to work with their bodies enabling the body’s innate healing ability
- Natural health looks at the whole person not just a specific disease
- Seek to identify a possible underlying cause for the symptoms experienced
- Encourage the promotion of sustainable continued health and prevention of disease
- Natural medicines work well alongside other forms of medicine
- Patients gain self-empowering, self-care practices to look after their own health
- Patients receive quality time with a healthcare professional
An important part of Natural health comes from herbs
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What is Ayurveda?
YogiAyurvedic Medicine is also called Ayurveda. It is a system of medicine that originated in India several thousand years ago. The term Ayurveda combines two Sanskrit words: ayur, which means life, and veda, which means science or knowledge. Ayurveda means "the science of life."
Ayurveda is a whole medical system which integrates and balances the body, mind, and spirit (thus, it is considered "holistic"). This balance is necessary for contentment and good health. Ayurveda also proposes treatments for specific health problems. A primary aim of Ayurvedic medicine is to cleanse the body of substances that can cause disease. This helps re-establish the harmony and balance necessary for optimal health.
Ayurveda has long been the main system of health care in India. About 70 percent of India's population lives in rural areas; about two-thirds of rural people use Ayurveda and medicinal plants to meet their primary health care needs. In addition, most major cities have an Ayurvedic college and hospital. There are 587,536 registered traditional medical practitioners, 2,860 hospitals providing Ayurvedic treatment, and 22,100 dispensaries for traditional medicine in India. This allows over 500 million people in India to rely solely on Ayurveda today.
Ayurveda and variations of it have also been practiced for centuries in Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Tibet. The professional practice of Ayurveda in the United States began to grow and became more visible in the late 20th century.
Practitioners of Ayurveda have various types of training. Some are trained in the Western medical tradition (such as medical or nursing school) and then study Ayurveda. Others may have training in naturopathic medicine, a whole medical system, either before or after their Ayurvedic training. Many study in India, where there are more than 150 undergraduate and more than 30 postgraduate colleges for Ayurveda. This training can take up to 5 years.
Reliance on Herbs
HerbsAccording to World Health Organization report, over 80% of the world population relies on plant-based traditional medicine for their primary healthcare needs.
In Ayurveda, the distinction between food and medicine is not as clear as in Western medicine. Food and diet are important components of Ayurvedic practice, and so there is a heavy reliance on treatments based on herbs and plants, oils (such as sesame oil), common spices (such as turmeric), and other naturally occurring substances.
Currently, some 5,000 products are included in the "pharmacy" of Ayurvedic treatments. Historically, plant compounds have been grouped into categories according to their effects. For example, some compounds are thought to heal, promote vitality, or relieve pain. The compounds are described in many texts prepared through national medical agencies in India. The following are examples of commonly used herbs:
The spice turmeric has been used for various diseases and conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis, Alzheimer's disease, and wound healing.
An extract from the resin from a tropical shrub (Commiphora mukul, or guggul) has been used for a variety of illnesses. In recent years, there has been research interest in its use to lower cholesterol.
The essential oil extracted from Holy Basil is used as counteract depression and mental stress.
India has 16 agro-climatic zones, 45,000 different plant species, and 15,000 medicinal plants. The Indian Systems of Medicine have identified 1,500 medicinal plants, of which 500 species are mostly used in the preparation of drugs. These medicinal plants contribute to 80% of the raw materials used in the preparation of Ayurvedic Medicine.
Ayurveda and Yoga are recognized by the Government of India. The first step in granting this recognition was the creation of the Central Council of Indian Medicine Act of 1970. The main mandates of the Central Council are as follows:
to standardize training by prescribing minimum standards of education in traditional medicine, although not all traditional practitioners and homeopaths need to be institutionally trained to practice;
to advise the central Government in matters relating to recognition / withdrawal of medical qualifications in traditional medicine in India;
to maintain the central register of Indian medicine, revise the register from time to time, prescribe standards of professional conduct and etiquette, and develop a code of ethics to be observed by practitioners of traditional medicine in India. All traditional medicine practitioners and homeopaths must be registered to practice.
The Indian Government seeks the active and positive use of traditional medicine in national health programmes, family welfare programmes, and primary health care.
Milestones in the Development of Ayurveda
Source: Department of Ayurveda, Government of India
Divine origin of Ayurveda from Lord Brahma - Dates back to origin of human race
Mention of various references on Health, Diseases and Medicinal Plants in Rig-veda and Atharv-veda - 5000 BC
Origin of Attreya and Dhanwantari School of Ayurveda -1000 BC
Documentation of Charaka Samhita - 600 BC
Documentation of Sushruta Samhita- 500 BC
Advent of Muslim Rulers and start of the Decline of Ayurveda - 1100 to 1800
Resurrection of Ayurvedic system of Medicine under the rule of Peshwas. - 1800 AD
Classes in Ayurvedic medicine opened in Government Sanskrit College, Calcutta - 1827
Discontinuation of classes in Government Sanskrit College by British - 1833
Dr. Komar Commission (one-man commission) to make investigation in indigenous system of medicine - 1917
Indian National Congress Convention at Nagpur recommended acceptance of Ayurvedic system of medicine as India's National Health Care System - 1920
Mahatma Gandhi inaugurated Ayurvedic and Unani Tibbia College in Delhi - 1921
Mahamana Madan Mohan Malviya established Ayurveda college in B. H.U., Varanasi - 1927
Enforcement of Drugs and Cosmetics Act for Ayurvedic/Siddha/Unani medicines - 1940
Bhora Committee or Health Survey and Development Committee recognised past services of indigenous medicines but failed to recommend for its further development. - 1943
Chopra Committee recommended systems of old and modern systems of medicines to evolve a common system of medicine. - 1946
Pharmaceutical Enquiry Committee headed by Dr. Bhatia, for intensive research in indigenous drugs of Ayurveda. - 1953
Recommendation of Dave Committee for uniform standards of Ayurveda education - 1955
Establishment of Institute of Post-Graduate Training and Research in Gujarat Ayurvedic University, Jamnagar, Gujarat - 1956 to 1957
Udupa Committee set up. It recommended that there is a need for integrated system of medicine and a training course in Siddha and Ayurveda - 1958
Establishment of Post Graduate Institute of Ayurveda at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh - 1963 to 1964
Amendment of Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 for Indian systems of medicines/drugs - 1964
Establishment of Central Board of Siddha and Ayurvedic Education - 1964 to 1965
Setting up of an apex Research Body for Indian medicine & Homoeopathy, 'Central Council for Research in Indian Medicine and Homoeopathy (CCRIMH)' - 1969
Establishment of Pharmacopoeia Laboratory for Indian medicine, Ghaziabad, U.P. - 1970
Constitution of Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) under IMCC Act - 1970
Establishment of National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur, Rajasthan - 1972 to 1973
Publication of Part-I of Ayurvedic formulary containing 444 preparations - 1976
Establishment of Central Council of Research in Ayurveda and Siddha (CCRAS) - 1978
Passing of Amended Drugs and Cosmetics Act regulating import/export of Indian Systems of Medicine - 1982
Setting up of Indian Medicine Pharmaceutical Corporation Ltd. in Mohan, Almora Distt., Uttaranchal. - 1983
Silver Jubilee function of Jawaharlal Nehru Ayurvedic Medicinal Plants Garden and Harbarium, Pune. Inaugurated by Shri R. Venkataraman, Vice-president of India . - 1986
Second World Conference on Yoga & Ayurveda held at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh - 1986
Foundation stone of Jawaharlal Nehru Anusandhan Bhawan, Institutional Area, Janakpuri, New Delhi by Hon'ble Vice President of India, Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma - 1988
Establishment of National Academy of Ayurveda (Rashtriya Ayurveda Vidyapeeth) - 1989
Creation of separate Department of Indian Systems of Medicine & Homoeopathy in Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India - 1995
Introduction of Extra mural Research Programme for accredited organizations with central assistance - 1996
Implementation of Central Scheme in 33 organizations for development of agro-techniques of important medicinal plants - 1997
Maiden participation of Ayurveda alongwith other systems in India International Trade Fair - 1998
Implementation of Central Scheme in 32 laboratories for developing pharmacopoeial standards of Medicinal Plants/ ISM Formualations - 1998
Establishment of specialty clinic of Ayurveda in Central Govt. Hospital (Safdarjung Hospital) New Delhi - 1998
Implementation of IEC( Information, Education & Communication) Scheme for NGOs for propagation and popularization of Ayurveda & other systems - 1998 to 1999
Participation in Mystique India ( Exhibition cum fair on Indian Traditions) - 1997 to 1999
Introduction of Vanaspati Van Scheme for large scale cultivation of Medicinal Plants - 1999
Inauguration of Ayurveda conference at Newyork, USA by Hon'ble Prime Minister of India Sh. Atal Bihari Vajpayee - 2000
Gazette Notification for constitution of Medicinal Plant Board under the Deptt. of Indian Systems of Medicine & Homoeopathy - 2000
Publication of 2nd volume of Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia - 2000
Introduction 7 of Ayurvedic Medicines in RCH Programme - 2000
Constitution of Advisory group for research in Ayurveda - 2000
Policy Decision on mainstreaming of Ayurveda in RCH programme as per National Population Policy - 2000
Implementation of Central Scheme of assistance for strengthening of State Drug Testing Laborites and Pharmacies - 2000 to 2001
Publication of 3rd volume of Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia - 2001
Publication of English edition of 2nd volume of Ayurvedic Formulary of India - 2001
Maiden participation of ISM tableau on Republic Day - 2001
Exhibition and presentation of Ayurveda during World Health Assembly, Geneva - 2001
Presentation on evidence based support by Deptt. of ISM&H before House of Lords, U.K. against Sir Walton Committee's Report on status and nomenclature of Ayurveda among Complementary and Alternative systems of Medicine - 2001
Participation of Dept. in "Made in India" exhibition organized by CII in South Africa - 2001.
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