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Observations of an Invisible Woman

Blacks and Health: The Natural Way to Heal Part 2

The Power of Hibiscus Tea:

Blacks are prone to high blood pressure.

Stress from racism, overt and covert, gives the majority of us anger issues (me especially) and without a way to channel our pain, our bodies suffer. There are days when my urge to flee from this prison plantation comes too close to the surface and I must duck into the bathroom at work, an empty room, a closet or the safety of my car to remove myself from the vibes of my enemy. Poor eating habits are apart of our culture since Demonic forces brought us here:

And we assimilated into a mental plantation where food is our curse. Many of us simply do not know what to eat in order to heal ourselves. High blood pressure is our silent killer. It will harden your arteries making you prone to heart attacks and strokes. Hibiscus tea, rich with antioxidants, along with a NO SALT diet, will help you to reverse some of the damages.

Buying in bulk will save you money and many teas are affordable on Ebay. Aside from being fruity and delicious, this potent tea cleans your blood and helps to remove low-density lipo-proteins, which simply means: It helps to control high cholesterol. Please begin to eat to live. Not live to eat.

Next article: The Power of St. John’s Wort

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14 thoughts on “Blacks and Health: The Natural Way to Heal Part 2

  1. Wow thanks for this. By the way, what do you use to brush your teeth, cos u did a post about the harmful effects of fluoride.

  2. Larissa

    Peroxide and baking soda are great and safe. Also there are many non-fluoride toothpastes out there from natural health stores.

  3. There’s a clay toothpastes that I use called Earthpaste peppermint and it’s fluoride free. For me I find it difficult to use peroxide or baking soda. I’m crazy like that and really picky about what I put in my mouth.

  4. Or Food produce by and for albinic europeans and specifically to benefit a small percentage of them at the expense of everyone else african melaninaited sapiens especially.
    various industries or economic sectors produce them food distribute the food and respond to the inevitable effects it has on sapien health
    medical industry is structured in the same way and is correlated to the educational system in what knowledge they teach or do not teach.

    However I just realized that in the complexity that is sapien psychology ,most for some unknown reason don’t really want truth and progress but just expression.

  5. mary burrell on said:

    I was thinking about trying this in addition to other green teas. Thanx for this post.

  6. The food we eat—especially the food we’ve adopted since the scourge of slavery—has been killing us for millennia. I switched to a vegan diet years ago and that’s been a major benefit. A clear mind at peace, which I’m striving for, is a great way to improve health, too. I’ve never been a tea person (maybe it was all the British stereotypes we joked about when younger…) so I’ll have to scratch the surface lightly. Thanks for the info!

  7. My pleasure. Vegan, eh? I’ve been doing the brown rice and vegetables thing now and I feel great.

  8. Negress,

    I found this delicious recipe online. You don’t have to use the sugar

    Agua de Jamaica (Hibiscus Tea) Recipe

    Prep time: 5 minutes, Cook time: 25 minutes

    INGREDIENTS
    2 quarts water
    3/4 to 1 cup sugar (depending on how sweet you would like it to be )
    1 cup dried hibiscus flowers
    1/2 cinnamon stick (optional)
    A few thin slices ginger (optional)
    Allspice berries (optional)
    Lime juice (optional)
    Orange or lime slices for garnish

    METHOD

    1 Put 4 cups of the water and the sugar in a medium saucepan. Add cinnamon, ginger slices, and/or a few allspice berries if you would like. Heat until boiling and the sugar has dissolved. Remove from heat. Stir in the dried hibiscus flowers.

    2 Cover and let sit for 20 minutes. Strain into a pitcher and discard the used hibiscus flowers, ginger, cinnamon, and/or allspice berries.

    (At this point you can store ahead the concentrate, chilled, until ready to make the drink.)

    3 Add remaining 4 cups of water (or if you want to chill the drink quickly, ice and water) to the concentrate, and chill. Alternatively you can add ice and chilled soda water for a bubbly version. Add a little lime juice for a more punch-like flavor.

    Serve over ice with a slice of orange or lime.

    Yield: Makes 2 quarts.

  9. Definitely vegan. I stay away from as many additives (“behavior modifiers”) as possible.

  10. I’m sick of seeing our people kmin McDonald’s commercials.

    Informative post, Negress. Thanks.

  11. Ynotme

    Now that sounds delicious. Thank you.

  12. mary burrell on said:

    @ynotme; That sounds heavenly.

  13. It’s delicious!

  14. You’re welcome!

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