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Barbara Frank is a Holistic Practitioner who has practiced for 35-years. She is an Internationally Certified Lymphologist and her focus is on Folk Medicine and parasites. She has the only comprehensive treatment for parasites.
She is the author of “How To Take 10 Years Off Your Face And Add 10 Years To Your Life Naturally.
This episode explores the possibility of edible insects to help save our environment.
Health Conspiracy Radio – 1/29/15 – Hosted by Nick Brannigan.
Topics covered include:
Vegenation, Vegan and Non GMO Restaurant, opening in Las Vegas
The Food Babe Way book, Amy's Organics
Jail Anti-Vax Parents
USA Today columnist calls for arrest and imprisonment of vaccine skeptics
Millions of GMO insects could be set loose in Florida Keys
Why A Fake Article Titled "Cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs?" Was Accepted By 17 Medical Journals
Join Mr Sam Garcia Jr. and Dr. Aaron T. Dossey of All Things Bugs as they discuss their love of insects and the research Dr. Aaron T. Dossey is involved with.
Join Host Dr. Carletta D. Washington as she discusses quick, easy tips for parents to help protect their children and teens while having fun during the summer!
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On Monday June 9th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, New Mexico Museum of Natural History field paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman will discuss insect fossils and where to find them. Insects are one of the largest groups of animals on the planet and they can be found almost everywhere today. From amber to shale, insect fossils are an interesting look into the past. Tune in fo another fascinating topic. Everywhere on this planet has or had insects !
Kelly talks with Dr. Kaberi Kar Gupta, Principal Scientist of the Urban Slender Loris Project, where citizens and scientists learn about this small nocturnal primate found only in Sri Lanka and Southern India in order to figure out how urban coexistance might be possible.
Slender lorises are arboreal and therefore require continuous forest canopy. This continuity is created by either large trees that are close to each other in old forests or by the climbing vines in forests where the understory is undisturbed. Their preferred diet is mostly insects and fruit.
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Most mass media hypnotized urban dwellers know very little about survival skills. There are basics of natural health and survival that even children should know. There are helpful plants that may be growing in your yard that could provide food, protection and other benefits. This knowledge could be crucial in an emergency situation. An exploration of fields and woods is very worthwhile, to learn to identify nature’s problems like poison ivy, ticks, stinging insects and sunburn, as well as edible plants and medicinal herbs.
On June 23rd at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join Ray Owczarzak and Ken McKeighen as they discuss the insects that are nature's cleanup crew Carrion Beetles.These beetles help remove dead animals from the landscape by eating the carcasses. Also included in this discussion will be the dung beetles. These interesting beetles are also part of nature's cleanup crew by removing and burying dung. Members of this group eat dead animals or scavenge dung or decaying plant material. Adults and larvae often eat the same thing. The particular dining habits vary with species. Some simply eat the carcass. Others eat fly maggots that eat the carcass. Burying beetles (genus Nicrophorus) dig soil from beneath a fallen animal, causing the corpse eventually to sink beneath the dirt piling up around it. Then the burying beetles remove fur or feathers and prepare the meat for their larvae.
Nature and the Earth are conscious. They speak to us through our dreams, intuition, and deep longings. By opening our minds, hearts, and senses we can consciously awaken to the magic of the wild, the rhythms of nature, and the profound feminine wisdom of the Earth. We can connect with nature spirits who have deep compassion and love for us, offering their guidance and support as we each make our journey through life.
Renowned shamanic teachers Sandra Ingerman and Llyn Roberts explain how anyone can access the spirit of nature whether through animals, plants, trees, or insects, or through other nature beings such as Mist or Sand. They share transformative wisdom teachings from their own conversations with nature spirits, such as Snowy Owl, Snake, Blackberry, Mushroom, and Glacial Silt, revealing powerful lessons about the feminine qualities of nature and about the reader’s role in the healing of the Earth.
By communing and musing with nature, we learn how to speak to the spirit that lives in all things, bringing balance to us and the planet. By tapping into the feminine wisdom of the Earth, we evoke a deep sense of belonging with the natural world and cultivate our inner landscape, planting the seeds for harmony and a natural state of joy.
Sandra Ingerman, M.A., is a renowned shamanic teacher who gives workshops internationally on shamanic journeying, healing, and soul retrieval. An award-winning author of 10 books, including Awakening to the Spirit World and Soul Retrieval, she lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Llyn Roberts, M.A., is an acclaimed teacher of healing and shamanism who facilitates sacred journeys to work with indigenous people throughout the world.