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On the surface our skin looks great, but it’s what’s lurking beneath which could be an issue.
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17/05/2013 4:00:55 p.m.
We have small cancers in our body that is normal but usually our body kills those cells before it gets too out of hand. So this is my point, we are what we eat folks.. so this means we are what we are Not eating.. if our body lacks the ability to kill old cells before they turn rogue (i.e. on their way to cancer) then that is what our body will be. More and more rogue cells until the whole situation gets out of hand and we develop a cancer. So just eating the right food can replace our bodies ability to deal with rogue cells itself.
so I urge people concerned about cancer to search the internet for 'cannabis cures cancer' or 'Medical Marijuana' there are some really well done videos on the topic now. We do not need to suffer the cancer curse at all.
27/01/2013 1:34:00 p.m.
Has nz moved, thought it was cfc's.Orbiting closer to the sun,cleaner air? Check out pre 1995,ozone depletion & nuclear tests in our backyard.
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