Coconut Water, Black Tea, Vitamin D Help Lower Your Blood Pressures – Rasta Health Corner

Researchers who conducted the study examined the impact of three cups of black tea a day over a six month period. Study conductors from the University of Rochester Medical Center found that the black tea consumption caused a decrease in 2 to 3 millimeters of blood pressure ‘points’. This was the case for both systolic blood pressure as well as diastolic blood pressure. read more

Moors of Early Ireland: Saint Columba and Clan – By Oguejiofo Annu

A picture is worth more than a thousand words. Below you will find images of Columba one of the early fathers of Christianity in Britain. He lived in the 6th century AD, in the days when Muurs owned Scotland and Ireland, before the great invasion of the Jutes, the Anglos and the Saxons. They marched in from Saxony province in Germany, to overwhelm, subjugate Muurish Britain and turned it the so-called white nation that it is today. read more

Legalize It

(NaturalNews) Ever since the mid 70s, medical scientists have been well aware of the beneficial effects of cannabinoid compounds over cancerous cells. Thanks to modern science, over a dozen studies conducted during recent years have been able to partially reveal just how it works. Yet cannabis is still not endorsed by pharmaceutical companies as a cancer cure, and since it is not promoted through mainstream channels, very few people are aware of its benefits. Consequently, it is not sought after as an alternative to disfiguring chemotherapy and other harmful drugs. read more

Melanoma, Caucasians and Ancient Egyptian-Africa

By Omo-Baba

“Melanoma is less common than other skin cancers. However, it is much more dangerous and causes the majority (75%) of deaths related to skin cancer. Worldwide, doctors diagnose about 160,000 new cases of melanoma yearly. The diagnosis is more frequent in women than in men and is particularly common among Caucasians living in sunny climates, with high rates of incidence in Australia, New Zealand, North America, Latin America, and northern Europe.” read more