Terrain: Stay Healthy – Don’t Get Sick

Posted on June 3, 2022
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  • Drink plenty of clean water. If you are on city water, get a filtration system to filter out chemicals and contaminates. If you are on a well and haven’t ever tested the water, you may want to do so to ensure you are optimizing your health.
  • Get ample sleep. Learn what your ideal amount of sleep is. Unplug from all ‘bluescreens’ for a couple hours before bedtime. Don’t eat for 4 hours before bedtime.
  • Practice rejuvenating activities. Enjoy sunshine on your face and fresh air. Exercise. Learn what helps you to decompress. Implement electronic fasts. Spend time reading scripture and praying.
  • Take high quality, bioavailable vitamins. 1-5grams of vitamin C per day will greatly increase your immunity. Some individuals should take even more.
  • Use homeopathic Calc carb 200c every other day for a few months if you feel like you get sick all the time. Have some homeopathic bioplasma cell salts from Hyland’s on hand for days when you need a boost.
  • Drink chaga tea daily to boost your immunity.


  • Stop eating refined sugar. 1 teaspoon of white sugar can suppress your white blood cell response For 5 hours. Totally eliminate or replace it with raw, local honey or raw maple syrup.
  • Limit your intake of process foods (usually high in refined salt and sugar), dyes, fillers, and MSG.
  • For some people, removing carbohydrate foods from their diet goes a long way in improving health.
  • Eliminate toxins where ever possible. Look for natural laundry soap or make your own. Research your cosmetics, deodorant, creams, shampoo and anything else you put on your body (your skin is your largest organ) and find products that don’t contain toxins.
  • Reduce your exposure to Electro-magnetic fields (EMF). All electronics put off emf, but cellphone and wireless devices are by far, the worst offenders. Talk on speaker or with a wired earpiece so your cellular phone is not radiating next to your head. Keep it in airplane mode when you aren’t using it. Put your wireless router above head level in your home, turn off when not using or look into wiring your home with ethernet.


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