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Zentraveler discovers secret to Disease Free health!

Virgin Coconuts


What if I told you….. you would never have a cold, influenza, infection, sore throat, allergies, and would have regular blood pressure, low cholesterol, low sugar, and you could say goodby to your local pharmacy… would you be interested?

As we all know the health secrets are imbedded right here on earth and all it takes is for someone to point out what we already know about three basic natural products that you can easily acquire and will keep infections out of your body forever.

So as a bonus we are going to jumpstart your day by delivering the MIRACLE TONIC that will keep you regular and give you an energy boost.

The morning Miracle Tonic consists of: cayenne pepper, (use six shakes or 1/8th teaspoon), a tablespoon of fresh lemon, a teaspoon of molasses, and water in a 12 oz glass. The morning tonic will kill bacteria, give you energy, and have an effect on cells so that cancer does not exist.Drink this down every morning and you are on your way to a healthy life… free of infections. You can use your newfound energy to enjoy life rather than fighting every infection that comes along.

THREE NATURAL ITEMS THAT YOU NEED TO INCORPORATE INTO YOUR DAILY ROUTINE:

1. VIRGIN COCONUT OIL…3 tablespoons daily
2. APPLE CIDER VINEGAR…3 tablespoons daily
3. CITRUS…two or three servings of citrus and or one liter of fresh orange juice, grapefruit juice and three oz of fresh lemon juice daily

By utilizing all three natural products on a daily basis you will be killing most existing bad bacteria, strengthening your immune system,and keeping cancer cells dormant and in check.

PURE VIRGIN COCONUT OIL
We will start with taking up to three tablespoons of pure virgin coconut oil and explain some of the benefits of this miracle coconut oil!
Named the Miracle Healer of the world and the Tree of Life.. pure virgin coconut oil fights infections, and builds up your immune system.

Coconut oil is very effective against a variety of infections due to its antifungal, antiviral, and antibacterial properties. According to the Coconut Research Center, coconut oil kills viruses that cause influenza, measles, hepatitis, herpes, SARS, etc. It also kills bacteria that cause ulcers, throat infections, urinary tract infections, pneumonia, and gonorrhea, etc. Coconut oil is also effective on fungi and yeast that cause candidiasis, ringworm, athlete’s foot, thrush, diaper rash, etc. Coconut oil is often preferred by athletes and body builders and by those who are dieting. The reason behind this being that coconut oil contains lesser calories than other oils, its fat content is easily converted into energy and it does not lead to accumulation of fat in the heart and arteries. Coconut oil helps in boosting energy and endurance, and enhances the performance of athletes. Coconut oil has been described as “the healthiest oil on earth.”

APPLE CIDER VINEGAR
Apple cider vinegar kills the bacteria on your tongue, in your throat, esophagus, and stomach.. My friend Bob Johnson is overweight, drinks rather heavy, is a heavy smoker and he told me he has not had a cold or the flu for twenty years, but he always takes several tablespoons of vinegar with water daily.

Apple cider vinegar is one of the most popular alternative health remedies in use today. It has been used since ancient times as a remedy for many different ailments. Hippocrates is said to have used it as an antibiotic.

CITRUS
Citrus is so powerful as a anti cancer agent that medical doctors after delivering chemotherapy are writing prescriptions for daily doses of citrus.

The vitamin C content found in oranges provides antioxidant protection against cancer-causing free radicals and helps to boost immune system function. Vitamin C can also reduce the severity of inflammatory conditions such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and asthma. The vitamin C in oranges can also reduce the risk of death associated with cardiovascular disease, cancer and stroke.

A single orange contains more than 60 flavanois and 170 different phytonutrients which possess blood clot inhibiting abilities, anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor qualities. Oranges also contain the polyphenol gallic acid which provides anti-allergy, antihistamine, anti-inflammatory and anti-carcinogenic properties and researchers have began to study the role the fruit could play in brain functioning.

Oranges contain substances called limonoids which are proven to fight cancer of the skin, mouth, lungs, breast, colon and stomach. Because limonoid is so readily available and ever-present, oranges act as a natural antioxidant by helping prevent free radicals from damaging the DNA of cells and causing cancer. In a research study, 16 volunteer subjects received one dose of limonin glucoside in a glass of orange juice. Upon conclusion of the study, researchers determined the limonin in oranges lasted for a longer time period than the phenols in chocolate and green tea, which means the fruit, is one of the best sources of cancer protection available.

So there you have it by incorporating the three natural products of virgin coconut oil, apple cider vinegar, and citrus you can be on your way to a disease free life. Now that’s something worth crowing about!!! If you like this complex yet simple formula why not share it with your friends and relatives and help the entire planet get healthier.

Disclaimer: This website is simply the writers views and is not an attempt to practice medicine or provide specific medical or health advice and should not be used to make a diagnosis or to replace or overrule a qualified health care provider’s judgment. None of the statements on zentraveler are to be understood as a recommendation on how to treat any disease or health related condition. If you require medical or other assistance Zentraveler strongly encourages users to consult with a qualified health care professional.

QUOTE:”The wise man should consider that health is the greatest of human blessings. Let food be your medicine.” – Hippocrates

THINGS YOU MAY NOT KNOW:Pacific Islanders consider coconut oil to be the cure for all illness. The coconut palm is so highly valued by them as both a source of food and medicine that it is called “The Tree of Life.” Only recently has modern medical science unlocked the secrets to coconut’s amazing healing powers.

THINGS YOU MAY WANT TO SAVE: Coconut Trees, Apple Trees. Citrus Trees. You wouldn’t cut your own limbs… then why cut the trees of life. Do something positive and plant your weight in trees each year! What are you waiting for grasshopper?

ZENTRAVELER SAYS:Take the morning tonic and the three natural products in this blog which include: pure virgin coconut oil, apple cider vinegar, and citrus products daily for a disease free life.

From here to Infinity is a relatively short ride! The next leg takes eons and eons as you fly through the Barycentric Dynamical Time Zone! …and on and on and on.

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Zentraveler travels to Singapore!

Singapore's Beauty


Singapore lies in a unique set of geography and history – Singapore’s strategic location on the major sea route between India and China, its excellent harbor, and its free-trade harbor status granted by its visionary founder Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles. However, while Sir Stamford Raffles created the framework for Singapore’s early success, it was Singapore’s former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew who shaped the first quarter-century of Singapore’s existence as an independent nation and defined the path to its current success. Singapore one of the youngest nations in the world is also one of the worlds most successful.

Hort Park


Legend has it that a 14th century Sumatran prince spotted an auspicious beast (probably a Malayan tiger) upon landing on the island after a thunderstorm. Thus, the name Singapore comes from the Malay words “Singa” for lion and “Pura” for city. Prior to European settlement, the island now known as Singapore was the site of a Malay fishing village and inhabited by several hundred indigenous Orang Laut people.

Little India Market


As you travel through the Singapore airport you begin to see the efficiency of a fine tuned machine. Everything is orderly and extremely clean. There is a fine of five hundred dollars for placing chewing gum on the sidewalk. Traveling toward our hotel you see rows of beautifully built condominiums and business buildings throughout the well planned city.

Clark Quay


We checked into the popular backpacking hotel named the Incrowd where you receive a breakfast, get tips from fellow travelers and watch videos on the big screen. Centally located right next to Little India which serves some of the best foods in the world and is a great place to witness crafts and garments in bright colors from India. The hotel is located only a few minutes from the underground met which is probably the most efficient subway system in the world. You look at the map, choose your location, deposit your money, and off you go on a fast track smooth riding subway system.

MRT Subway


We ate at the Banana Leaf restaurant and had a five coarse meal at reasonable prices. Singapore on the whole is a bit pricey so you must look for deals and find interesting free things to do if you are on a tight budget. We went to the Singapore Zoo which is regarded as one of the best zoo’s in the world because of its natural surroundings and attention to keeping the animals in the wild and not locked into pens and fences. You feel like you are in the wild as you stroll through well-marked paths visiting the many types of monkies working high in the trees and then going directly to the tiger area where we witnessed three magnificent rare white tigers prancing around and posing for your camera like Hollywood Superstars.

White Bengal Tiger


You might think your own country is good at marketing their new shopping centers. I have news for you the Singapore Subway System almost always deposited you in a brand new shopping center where you have to work your way through a labyrinth of fine restaurants, trendy fashion shops. ice cream stops and great smelling food that almost always have you stop and have a bite of something… just to get out to your destination. Now that’s brilliant marketing at it s best.

Some of the highlights of the trip include visiting Little India, the Singapore Zoo, Hort Park & Gardens, Clark Quay, and Raffles Hotel… home of the Singapore Sling drink.

If you want a good choice of electronics, like shopping, like friendly people, and a country run on efficiency then you should book a vacation or stopover and enjoy a country in a tropical climate that is steeped in history as a melting pot of cultures. Singapore is blessed with many museums and cultural events displaying the countries unique heritage.

Raffles Historic Hotel


QUOTE: “Non-violence leads to the highest ethics, which is the goal of all evolution. Until we stop harming ALL other living beings, we are still savages.” -Thomas A. Edison

THINGS YOU MAY NOT KNOW:THE EYE OF THE TIGER new book written by Sylvester Stallone is a feeling, an awareness and a belief that there is something greater for you to achieve and reach for in life than what you seemingly are in this present reality. It is a call of duty that you must heed, a voice from your conscience that compels you to reach the destiny of your restless soul.

The films of Sylvester Stallone draw on the tradition of the underdog, the downtrodden man who comes out on top. The hardship of Stallone’s early life provides inspiration for the challenges faced by his movie heroes. No matter what war he is fighting, a Stallone action hero faces a personal battle for respect, recognition, and survival.

Whether going rounds in the ring, fighting through the jungle or hanging from the world’s tallest mountain, audience know Stallone will never, never, say die!

THINGS YOU MAY WANT TO SAVE: Tigers and their habitats! What are you thinking grasshopper as you chainsaw one more tree for the building industry and to rack up a few short-term financial gains. We are the future! so reach in your pocket or become involved as a volunteer and help to save these magnificent animals.

ZENTRAVLER SAYS: Extinction is forever….so think before you erode our beautiful planet! If it’s up to you… then its up to you to get busy and help save the planet!

From here to Infinity is a relatively short ride! The next leg takes eons and eons as you fly through the Barycentric Dynamical Time Zone! …and on and on and on.

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Zentraveler on the Boastful Crow and Humble Pie!

Nature's Fables


A flock of swans flew down to a beach where a solitary crow was hopping around. The crow watched them with disdain.
“How gracelessly you fly!” he said to the swans. “All you know is how to flap your wings. Can you glide? Can you somersault in the air? No, that’s beyond you. Let’s have a flying competition. I’ll show you what flying really is!”
One of the swans, a young, sturdy male, took up the challenge, whereupon the crow flew up and began to display his flying prowess. He flew in circles, swooped down like an arrow, and performed a variety of acrobatics in the air. Then he flew down, cawing triumphantly.

Now it was the swan’s turn. He launched himself into the air and began flying over the sea. The crow flew after him, making all sorts of derisive comments about his manner of flying. On and on they flew till finally the land was lost to sight. Water stretched endlessly on all sides. The crow’s comments became less and less frequent and finally, stopped altogether. He had begun to tire. Eventually he became so tired that he found it hard to stay in the air. He had to struggle to keep from falling into the water.

The swan, pretending to be unaware of his plight, said, “Why do you keep touching the water, brother? Is that another flying manoeuvre?” “No,” squawked the crow, the fight completely gone out of him. “I’m in trouble… a curse on my boasting! If you do not come to my aid, I’ll drown…”

The swan had pity on him and taking him on his shoulders flew back to the shore. adapted from Dimdima.com

So there you have a fable that tells a great story about our players in this life’s journey. Sometimes it is better to eat a humble crow pie than to boast about what you may not know!

QUOTE: ” I became a hermit to free myself from the dust and the dirt of the world, looking for perfection. But I realized that it was impossible without loving the garbage and the dust of the world, even life’s passions.” …Kibong

THINGS YOU MAY NOT KNOW:The folk tale is the expression of that fanciful heritage spontaneously created in any kind of culture, for the man’s innate needs. At first it was handed down by word of mouth, then it was collected by enthusiasts and scholars, and in the end, it was revised by the individual inspiration of story-tellers and fabulists, who added some elements of personal invention. The exigency of fancy often joins the reality of the environment where the fable was born: so, together with certain natural elements common to the folk creative power (contrast between the good and the bad, the sly and the fool, the tyrant and the victim; a happy ending at the conclusion of a succession of more or less intricate adventures), it is not difficult to find in the types, in the names used, in the outlined customs, the characteristics which mark its country of origin.

The fable (in the Greek language “muzos”, which you can also literally translate with “myth”) has its own evolution in the time, according to the development of the people expressing it. Some famous collections belong to the oriental traditions, which, in that way, handed down warnings rich in ancient wisdom or adventures rich in extraordinary fact, tricks and unexpected events. Other collections, the Greek and Roman ones, show religious elements (the origin of the world or cosmology, the stories of gods, heroes and men), where we can search for the fanciful transfiguration of the struggles of man against nature, of his advance towards his redemption from ignorance and from atavic terrors: these are exactly called “myths”.

With the advance of society it is asserted the need of a different kind of fable, more critical towards man and society itself: so it was born the Aesopic fable which, employing the animals as main characters, intends to represent, by them, well-defined human types: the bully, the insatiable, the sly, the fool, the vain, the arrogant, etc.
This genre of fables is the one which has had the best luck and has produced the greatest number of imitators; in fact, although the progress changes the aspect and organization of society and man’s habit, the human instincts and vices are timeless and, luckily, the exigency of condemning their deceits, passions and faults is kept alive at the same rate.

Aesop’s fable was taken to Rome by Phaedrus who renewed its language and spirit; it revived in the Middle Age in France, when, during the XI century the Aesopic matter was collected by some French authors who worked together to compile the “Roman de Renart” (Romance of the Fox), which tells the fox and wolf’s adventures. In it, with eloquent and acute vein, are told the adventures of the sly fox, which always succeeds, with unpredictable and funny tricks, in making fun of Ysenguin, the wolf. Repost from Dimdima.com

THINGS YOU MAY WANT TO SAVE: Stories and Fables! They reflect society and become a good teaching tool!

ZENTRAVLER SAYS:Use fables and stories to teach important moralistic values!

From here to Infinity is a relatively short ride! The next leg takes eons and eons as you fly through the Barycentric Dynamical Time Zone! …and on and on and on.

Follow the Zentraveler Blog often for Travel, Health and Zen-like stories and such. Where else can you get a three in one blog for the price of free?

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