The school year begins again, in-person for some, online for others, or a mix of the two. It is important to consider, as we spend more time on the internet daily, the effect of frequencies on our health. Many countries in Europe have banned WiFi use in schools due to harmful electromagnetic frequencies, opting instead for hardwired internet connections.
Being exposed to healing frequencies is important now more than ever. It doesn’t have to be a complicated process the way some people zap with variable frequencies. This video shows Hulda Clark’s journey from tediously zapping with variable frequencies to inventing what is called a Hulda Clark Zapper. Many people who have been zapping for decades swear by it.
If your child goes to school in person, be mindful of the heightened amount of chemical disinfectants usually used in institutional settings. Boost their immune systems best you can.
Goldenrod is more than just a welcome source of nectar for pollinators, it is also a powerful medicinal herb for us. Fresh or dried herbs can be steeped in an infusion (tea) for treating the flu. Gargle the goldenrod tea to soothe a sore throat. Hulda Clark included it in the first edition of her Kidney Cleanse recipe to help dissolve bladder stones and calcifications.
Wormwood or Artemisinin has already been known as a healing herb in China for over a thousand years before 2015 when the Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine was awarded to Prof. Youyou Tu for her research. Hulda Clark published the Herbal Parasite Cleanse containing Wormwood in the 1990s, but she credits it as an old Native American recipe. The medical establishment is now conducting clinical trials for its use in fighting cancer.