April 17, 2014 @ 3:46 PM
Many years ago I had been selling ozonated olive oil on E-bay for about two years when the son of a very good acquaintance called and asked if the oil would be OK to use on ringworm and could he buy some. I said I really didn't know if the oil would work but it certainly wouldn't hurt. He said his whole family (he was a Morman with lots of kids) had come down with ringworm and he was looking for a holistic approach to fix the problem. I shipped him a 100 ml jar of ozonated olive oil and checked back in two weeks.
As it turned out, he had mixed the ozonated olive oil with oregano oil and applied it on the various cases of ringworm in his family and the ringworm disappeared in one treatment.
Needless to say I ...
April 10, 2014 @ 10:51 AM
Growing up on a farm in rural southern Ontario did not hold a lot of excitement for me. The people were wonderful and the lifestyle was simple. I had more ambition than most and shortly after some University education at the University of Guelph, I had a lucky break and embarked on a career in show business. I created my own sound and lighting company, had wonderful success but became burned out in the process. I then became a member of a prestigious stagehand union in Toronto. I worked with Stars all over North America and beyond doing sound for mega musical productions like Phantom, Joseph, and Les Miserables. I rose to the pinnacle of that business but after 1250 shows of Phantom, I realized there was no more ...
April 3, 2014 @ 8:05 PM
Now that flu season is officially over for the 2013/14 flu season, I’d like to write a few observations of what I experienced.
This year Health Canada through its various agencies implemented an immunize-for-the-flu-or-wear-a-mask policy with health care workers country wide. The reason given was to protect patients and clients with compromised immune systems. Non-immunized care workers were labelled “carriers”. My observations were made from seeing workers’ reactions in BC.
The debate for and against the mandatory flu shot was heated, with both sides vehemently owning their beliefs. Proponents of the flu vaccine largely tended to be people in union or management positions who had the most to lose ...