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"london swell" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

07:03 min | 3 months ago

"london swell" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

"And welcome to the tribe crypt Today's guest I'm going to be speaking about the issue custody and wallets and these things and talking about institutions and Jala coming into this by what's solutions are in place. I'm actually spending time with Alex. Batman his the founder and the CEO of a company called trust allergies. So Alex. Thank you so much for Utah Today. Absent blessing thanks so much dramas. It's really interesting Willie. Our at the moment when it comes to crypto now this is going to a affiliate shortly so paper will still be in the midst of this covered. Nineteen virus that has you locked down and may on lockdown and probably many more people listening to this. Because they're in lockdown. I wanted to so to speak to you today. About is that affecting the market it before we get to that stage A little bit about yourself. Trust in when you started a little shocked System just og back in November twenty seventeen now so well now And that was a with consensus so we started a consensus spoke. Lubin enough to Ye away spun out as a separate legal entity Within BEEN INVESTED BY CONSENSUS. So thank you to them and to Sigma Ventures. Thank you to them to Based out of London Swell of us a cutting code enduring also stuff Yeah and we've been ready kind of waking ready. Huts Custodial will it platform So we say cup. People's case and held them to put transactions through onto it coin theorem and we'll be adding spoiled to other bulk. James like finance shortly as well as looking after kind of assets on exchanges as world helping flakes managed that before that very kind of now Career for a lot of people in crypto half of the people in Crypto works for banks used Iran innovation for UBS Swear I was looking at all sorts of stuff from cool mobile projects looking to security on the streets Moving into kind of machine learning Big dates all that kind of stuff. Undiscovered blockchain also super cool Ended up opening lap at a level nine or UBS where we did a lot of work on small bones and so on Ammon Windy being one Mellon Custody and then tried to tried to stop mining company. Did we just just just energy raw. Have been you've been every women as they cite financing around but I mean all in the same industry. Did you serve when you? Ubs did you jump ship because you saw something. Bigger your bold. What was the raising V to leave your mothers and fathers would call a good job. A styling count it. It's a big step to walk away from From those sorts of organizations what was it. That really inspired you to do that. I felt like I had a once in a life. Chance to try and build something an look Lodge organizations ready kind of a very important function But being very big F you simply cannot say the same wrist yet When you playing a trillion with a pension funds and stuff like that he just socially irresponsible to take the kind of risks startup candidate I wake up with startups in my role back in the banks. Mentoring them will genie to do you. Know to kind of In engineering assistance. Full Bank grade scale But after a year. Raila us that if you are trying to be on Leandro Angel Tech You have to have a go at a small company. The only place that you'll be able to do that in a way. That's except risky is in data system. There's anything wrong with a bank or it's more the fact that quite right. You have to choose the level risk. You want to work on and then said negotiations. I see jewel and others for an Nightclub Stanton. And the word that you used there was was responsible obviously a startup. You is the risk to reward ratio. You take bigger risks than you are looking for bigger rewards. These institutions tend to sometimes not taking bigger risks. And I need to keep chipping away completely. Understand that point of view I guess moving into the actual service itself. Do you WanNa tell us a little bit about who you sane because you've been around for a good couple of years now it's to be around or Saudi accompanying two thousand seventeen in this space. It is and is still be alive. Audits ushered should tied with that to still be around. 'cause many let's face it many of those are see is popped up have also pumped out And then longer around. But you've been around. You continue to move for us to way and it's interesting to say the China the monitoring what sort of changes you say in the space transform of that so two hundred eight years You saying a different demographic coming now to use your product. Yeah absolutely so you know if if you look at the early days he had Ic craze radius kind of crowd funded many way but with very tech savvy people so those not mind for custody that Boyne because GonNa defects that will get into this space Wanted to connect fully control a case just completely respect and they didn't need assistance. We've seen a change in that on the ICS kind of the Public. Lachey gone and his lawyer worry about whether they seem to be securities and so on So instead a lot more private placements but actually we've seen of people who are buying the tokens They now from wider People but they tend to be less technical so they need a little more Holding they're looking for much more school. Two Point Zero experience where a lot of things to handle for them which is kind of what we designed for We hit to kind of promote mass adoption of the.

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Why You Need Trustology

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

06:33 min | 3 months ago

Why You Need Trustology

"Really interesting Willie. Our at the moment when it comes to crypto now this is going to a affiliate shortly so paper will still be in the midst of this covered. Nineteen virus that has you locked down and may on lockdown and probably many more people listening to this. Because they're in lockdown. I wanted to so to speak to you today. About is that affecting the market it before we get to that stage A little bit about yourself. Trust in when you started a little shocked System just og back in November twenty seventeen now so well now And that was a with consensus so we started a consensus spoke. Lubin enough to Ye away spun out as a separate legal entity Within BEEN INVESTED BY CONSENSUS. So thank you to them and to Sigma Ventures. Thank you to them to Based out of London Swell of us a cutting code enduring also stuff Yeah and we've been ready kind of waking ready. Huts Custodial will it platform So we say cup. People's case and held them to put transactions through onto it coin theorem and we'll be adding spoiled to other bulk. James like finance shortly as well as looking after kind of assets on exchanges as world helping flakes managed that before that very kind of now Career for a lot of people in crypto half of the people in Crypto works for banks used Iran innovation for UBS Swear I was looking at all sorts of stuff from cool mobile projects looking to security on the streets Moving into kind of machine learning Big dates all that kind of stuff. Undiscovered blockchain also super cool Ended up opening lap at a level nine or UBS where we did a lot of work on small bones and so on Ammon Windy being one Mellon Custody and then tried to tried to stop mining company. Did we just just just energy raw. Have been you've been every women as they cite financing around but I mean all in the same industry. Did you serve when you? Ubs did you jump ship because you saw something. Bigger your bold. What was the raising V to leave your mothers and fathers would call a good job. A styling count it. It's a big step to walk away from From those sorts of organizations what was it. That really inspired you to do that. I felt like I had a once in a life. Chance to try and build something an look Lodge organizations ready kind of a very important function But being very big F you simply cannot say the same wrist yet When you playing a trillion with a pension funds and stuff like that he just socially irresponsible to take the kind of risks startup candidate I wake up with startups in my role back in the banks. Mentoring them will genie to do you. Know to kind of In engineering assistance. Full Bank grade scale But after a year. Raila us that if you are trying to be on Leandro Angel Tech You have to have a go at a small company. The only place that you'll be able to do that in a way. That's except risky is in data system. There's anything wrong with a bank or it's more the fact that quite right. You have to choose the level risk. You want to work on and then said negotiations. I see jewel and others for an Nightclub Stanton. And the word that you used there was was responsible obviously a startup. You is the risk to reward ratio. You take bigger risks than you are looking for bigger rewards. These institutions tend to sometimes not taking bigger risks. And I need to keep chipping away completely. Understand that point of view I guess moving into the actual service itself. Do you WanNa tell us a little bit about who you sane because you've been around for a good couple of years now it's to be around or Saudi accompanying two thousand seventeen in this space. It is and is still be alive. Audits ushered should tied with that to still be around. 'cause many let's face it many of those are see is popped up have also pumped out And then longer around. But you've been around. You continue to move for us to way and it's interesting to say the China the monitoring what sort of changes you say in the space transform of that so two hundred eight years You saying a different demographic coming now to use your product. Yeah absolutely so you know if if you look at the early days he had Ic craze radius kind of crowd funded many way but with very tech savvy people so those not mind for custody that Boyne because GonNa defects that will get into this space Wanted to connect fully control a case just completely respect and they didn't need assistance. We've seen a change in that on the ICS kind of the Public. Lachey gone and his lawyer worry about whether they seem to be securities and so on So instead a lot more private placements but actually we've seen of people who are buying the tokens They now from wider People but they tend to be less technical so they need a little more Holding they're looking for much more school. Two Point Zero experience where a lot of things to handle for them which is kind of what we designed

UBS Willie Mellon Custody Ammon Windy London Swell Lubin Sigma Ventures China Lachey Boyne Raila James Iran
"london swell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:41 min | 9 months ago

"london swell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Out to the Grand Canyon on highway one eighty and I here aspen essence is traditionally use for unknown fears or would he be GP's what things are going through today as order fights are perception and screams out unnecessary fears I want you to comment on aspen if you could Marjorie anti is like an anti anxiety kind of thing that's pretty cool I had not heard of that and I really want to be clear about one thing that's pretty amazing so you know there are so many plant medicines out there and really to become a home medicine maker you really only need you know five or ten different plants that you know real well or five or ten different herbs so I I have about a dozen or fifteen that are my go to that I've worked in used with over years and years that I really like and I really recommend people just you know just start out with one in fact if you want to start out with the number one one just start out with garlic and that's just a great effect so many herbalist say if I only had one to choose I would use garlic it just really get comfortable with that get get familiar with that one use it use it in different ways you know tried out this we really begin to understand its power and have a relationship with it and then pick another one maybe it might be meant to and you go wow you know that really does calm down my stomach you know the properties of meant it's an amazing plant and then pick another one but you really don't need a lot so what I really appreciate that about a husband and I'm going to go look that up now because some of the spending some time in Colorado and there's lots of aspen stands here so I'm very interested in it and and you know to be quite honest with you know I don't know everything about every plant I don't think anybody does that border it so again that's what an interesting time to to be in conversation with some of the the medicine that native American medicine traditions the medicine men and women and and what they were using and how much of that research may or may not have crossed over into mainstream to say what what little secrets might still be there millions on a Navajo reservation somewhere ethnobotany yes and you know what is amazing is of the western tradition of herbalism there often is all really strong correlation to say the ethnobotany of of the Americans and it's very interesting how like yes you know econo user was was a common thing that you know that that you know or many of the different plants on different continents they all ended up having a similar uses by the people for and they were all independent of each other and of course there are a diversity of other ones that we didn't but you know just because that plant didn't grow somewhere else but you're absolutely right I I think we have lost a tremendous amount just because of this last century of being fascinated with with what has now become allopathic medicine and and we've lost a lot of these traditions my guess is it's pretty simple and easy and you just you don't need a whole you know encyclopedia just get a few of them again and this kept when you're cool let me go to sandy who's waiting in San Diego on a first time caller line for Marjorie well craft on coast to coast AM sandy ideas hello well I heard that you have treated a condition known as blepharitis conjunctivitis that you that you described there is there to fear yeah when he died on your staff and recommend you know for myself about these chronic condition that I have and have had for the past twenty years I'm so sorry is it is it can turn to buy this is at the exact same thing is pink guy conjunctivitis is paying cari okay and and I'll be very clear that I really I think legally you can only treat yourself like if you have to be very careful about using treat or cure or something like that you you treated yourself and you cured yourself are confronted by this and I did yes I did it was a big bad one two and it was like really concerned because you know the online in the brain that Sir and you know what I found was really really effective for that the prickly pear was not so good because that's like so messy like how they put that on your on your right believe it or not I remember watching those old nineteen fifties movies where they put steak on their face we got a black are rarely get there with the typical thing that would be a joke after though husband had been out too late and you know then did they go while on the job is like his wife it hit him in the face he's got a stake out as I write happened I'd had these inexpensive real fan cuts of some kind of sirloin or something like that and it was amazing how interesting it really felt good and then the dogs absolutely loved it after they gave them pink stomach but who knows chronic low to go back to sandy you know you really may want to take that up with some you know some other trusted health care provider the if it's a if it's a chronic recurring condition there may be a lot of other things going on so I would recommend you know talking to somebody else is a either a colander you know a certified clinical herbalist or or natural path or some of the other alternatives that are out there do that just to make it clear you you you actually used a cut of meat okay yeah actionable because again remember that the two will report the thing is you want to go big so this piece of meat was approximately like three inches wide by like five inches long right or six inches long and I would just lay that over my whole body and face there and again the second point is you want to keep it on there longer than you think and it was very fortune I it was kind of an accident that I actually had that meet in the fridge and I went through like four or five slabs of that and kept it on each time for at least several hours it it was a very you know it's just burned with his soothing when you had it on it was so searing because you know it's me interest who'll coming out of the refrigerator was just so soothing and I just really don't know what it is about raw meat on the on the infection or London swelling but it was so soothing it was so funny because like home like a poultice this thing slash back to that nineteen fifties movie like I'm going to do it let me give it a try wow that feels good something you know and I I I heard that it that it was an anti coagulant I had heard that because I'm a breast my mom about this once like why is this funny like I didn't get the joke and I've never seen anybody actually do it and so after that and she said that that was a home remedy that have been used to stop somebody from getting a black eye or get swelling down and that's I but I'd never heard for conjunctivitis but that's why I've heard people use to meet under those circumstances because it's the both the cop the coolness and then also the the enzymes that are in the in the blood that that's what got you know we breaks and our guests there are pores and helps us and I think okay well that that's cool I've never done it I'm here I will I will tell you that it was a highly effective for me and it might also work on Hickey's again to go back to that effect you know not that I'm obsessed about.

"london swell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

08:16 min | 9 months ago

"london swell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And have a relationship with it and then pick another one maybe it might be mentoring you go wow you know that really does calm down my stomach you know the properties of meant it's an amazing plant and then pick another one but you really don't need a lot so wow I really appreciated about husband and I'm going to go look that up now because some of the spending some time in Colorado and there's lots of aspen stands here so I'm very interested in it and and you know to be quite honest with you know I don't know everything about every plant I don't think anybody does Kate that Blair it so again one interesting time to to be in conversation with some of the the medicine that native American medicine traditions the medicine men and women and and what they were using and how much of that research may or may not have crossed over into mainstream to say what what little secrets might still be there millions on the Navajo reservation somewhere ethnobotany yes and you know what is amazing is of the western tradition of herbalism there often is all really strong correlation to say the ethnobotany of of the Americans and it's very interesting how like yes you know econo user was was a common thing that you know that that you know or many of the different plants on different continents they all ended up having a similar uses by the people for and they were all independent of each other and of course there are a diversity of other ones that we didn't that the you know just because that plan didn't grow somewhere else but you're absolutely right I I think we have lost a tremendous amount just because of this last century of being fascinated with with what has now become allopathic medicine and and we've lost a lot of these traditions let's it's pretty simple and easy and you just you don't need a whole you know encyclopedia just get a few of them and get going and this kept when you're cool let me go to sandy who's waiting in San Diego on a first time caller line for Marjorie well craft on coast to coast AM sandy he is hello well I heard that you have treated a condition known as blepharitis conjunctivitis that the that you described there is a severe yeah one died on yourself and to recommend you know four or myself about these chronic condition that I have and have had for the past twenty years I'm so sorry is it is it can turn to buy this is at the exact same thing is pink guy conjunctivitis is paying cari okay and and I'll be very clear that I really I think legally you can only treat yourself like if you have to be very careful about using treat or cure or something like that you you treated yourself and you cured yourself or conjunctivitis and yeah I did yes I did it was a big bad one two and it was like really concerned because you know the online in the brain that Sir and you know what I found was really really effective for that the prickly pear was not so good because that's like so messy like how they put that on your on your right believe it or not I remember watching those old nineteen fifties movies where they put steak on their face yeah we got a black are rarely get there with the typical thing they would be a joke after though husband have been out too late and you know then they they don't want while on the job is like his wife it hit him in the face he's got a stake out as I entered happened I'd had these inexpensive real soon cuts of some kind of sirloin or something like that and it was amazing how interesting it really felt good and then the dogs absolutely loved it after they gave them pink stomach but who knows chronic grow to go back to sandy you know you really may want to take that up with some you know some other trusted health care provider the if it's a if it's a chronic recurring condition there may be a lot of other things going on so I would recommend you know talking to somebody else is either a colander you know a certified clinical herbalist or or natural path or some of the other alternatives that are out there but just make it clear you you you actually used a cut of meat okay yeah actionable because again remember that the two will report the thing is you want to go big so this piece of meat was approximately like three inches wide by like five inches long right or six inches long and I would just wave that over my whole body and face there and again the second point is you want to keep it on there longer than you think and it was very fortune I it was kind of an accident that I actually had that meet in the fridge and I went through like four or five slabs of that and kept it on each time for at least several hours it it was a very you know it's just burned with his soothing when you had it on it was so searing because you know it's me interest who'll coming out of the refrigerator was just so soothing and I just really don't know what it is about raw meat on the on the infection or London swelling but it was so soothing it was so funny because of like home like a poultice this thing exactly back to that nineteen fifties movie like that's how I'm going to do it let me give it a try wow that feels good something well you know and I I I heard that it that it was an anti coagulant I had heard that because I'm a breast my mom about this once like why is this funny like I didn't get the joke and I've never seen anybody actually do it and so after that and she said that that was a home remedy that have been used to stop somebody from getting a black eye or get swelling down and that's I but I'd never heard for conjunctivitis but that's why I've heard people use to meet under those circumstances because it's the both the cop the coolness and then also the the enzymes that are in the in the blood that that's what got you know which breaks and our guests there are pores and helps us and I think okay well that that's cool I've never done it I will I will tell you that it was a highly effective for me and it might also work on Hickey's again to go back to that effect you know not that I'm obsessed about that or anything so this is where we are we have a another half hour I'll get in as many calls as we can and then we'll go to open lines Marjorie while crafts the book that comes at at our website you can grab it is called snake bite how I successfully treated a venomous snake bite at home it's a great story she talked about it earlier but she'll take your questions now or things that you know is she's already indicated she might not know about these herbs and the things that they can do for us next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK PGD is warning power shut off in the future could be far worse more than two million people were in the dark last week and it could be more than sixteen million next time P. Jeannie executives told that to state regulators Friday while answering questions they say the entire grid may have to be shut down to reduce the risk of a wildfire visuals also said they're working to modify the grid in hopes of only shutting off smaller areas San Diego police say a deadly house fire last weekend was a triple homicide they're accusing a twenty six year old man of setting the fire and killing his parents and sister Wilbur Romero was booked into county jail Friday on arson and murder charges his other sister and younger brother were injured in the fire and remain in the hospital the winning numbers in Friday evening's drawing of the California lottery's daily for game were zero two two and seven that's your news right now I am Brody Fernandez okay Travis and highway.

"london swell" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:51 min | 9 months ago

"london swell" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of god's family my friends eight Aspin Marjorie we have an aspen forest out here up in flagstaff just above the dog on the way out to the Grand Canyon on highway one eighty and I here aspen essence is traditionally use for unknown fears are easy GP's what things are going through today at all defies our perception and screams out unnecessary fears I want you to comment on it if you could Marjorie wow anti is like an anti anxiety kind of thing that's pretty cool I have not heard of that and I really want to be clear about one thing that's pretty amazing so you know there are so many plant medicines out there and really to become a home medicine maker you really only need you know five or ten different plants that you know real well or five or ten different herbs so why I have about a dozen or fifteen that are my go to that I've worked in used with over years and years that I really like and I really recommend people just you know just start out with one in fact if you want to start out with the number one one just start out with garlic and that's just a great effect so many herbalist say if I only had one to choose I would use garlic it just really get comfortable with that get get familiar with that one use it use it in different ways you know tried out this we really begin to understand its power and have a relationship with it and then another one maybe it might be meant ten you go wow you know that really does come down my stomach you know the properties of minutes it's an amazing plant and then pick another one but you really don't need a lot so what I really appreciate that about husband and I'm going to go look that up now because some of the spending some time in Colorado and there's lots of aspen stands here so I'm very interested in it and and you know to be quite honest with you know I don't know everything about every plant I don't think anybody does shake that Blair it so again that what an interesting time to to be in conversation with some of the the medicine did native American medicine traditions the medicine men and women and and what they were using and how much of that research may or may not have crossed over into mainstream to say what what little secrets might still be there on the Navajo reservation somewhere ethnobotany yeah and you know what is amazing is of the western tradition of herbalism there often is all really strong correlation to say the ethnobotany of of the Americans and it's very interesting how like yes you know econo user was was a common thing that you know that that you know or many of the different plants on different continents they all ended up having a similar uses by the people for and they were all independent of each other and of course there are a diversity of other ones that we didn't that the you know just because that plant didn't grow somewhere else but you're absolutely right I I think we have lost a tremendous amount just because of this last century of being fascinated with with what has now become allopathic medicine and and we've lost a lot of these traditions let's bring it it's pretty simple and easy and you just you don't need a whole you know encyclopedia just get a few of them a giggle and this kept when you're cool but let me go to sandy who's waiting in San Diego on a first time caller line for Marjorie well craft on coast to coast AM sandy ideas hello well I heard that you have treated a condition known as blepharitis conjunctivitis that the that you described there is there to fear yeah one died on your staff and well recommend you know for myself about this chronic condition that I have and have had for the past twenty years hello I'm so sorry is it isn't concerned about is is that the exact same thing is pink guy conjunctivitis is cari okay and and I'll be very clear that I really I think legally you can only treat yourself like if you have to be very careful about using treat or cure or something like that you you treated yourself and you cured yourself conjunctivitis and yeah I did yes I did it was a bad one two and it was like really concerned because you know the online in the brain that Sir and you know what I found was really really effective for that the prickly pear was not so good because that's like so messy like how they put that on your on your right believe it or not I remember watching those old nineteen fifties movies where they put steak on their face yeah we got a black are rarely get there with the typical thing that would be a joke after though husband have been out too late and you know then they they don't want while on the show me like his wife it hit him in the face he's got a stake out as I write and it so happened that had the then expensive real fan cuts of some kind of sirloin or something like that and it was amazing how interesting it really felt good and then the dog absolutely loved it after it gave them pink stomach but who cares no so to go back to sandy you know you really may want to take that up with some you know some other trusted health care provider the if it's a if it's a chronic recurring condition there may be a lot of other things going on so I would recommend you know talking to somebody else's of either a call and you know a certified clinical herbalist or or natural path or some of the other alternatives that are out there but just make it clear you you you actually used a cut of meat okay yeah actionable because again remember that the two will report the thing is you want to go big so this piece of meat was approximately like three inches wide by like five inches long right or six inches long and I would just lay that over my whole body and face there and again the second point is you want to keep it on there longer than you think and it was very fortune I it was kind of an accident that I actually had that meet in the fridge and I went through like four or five slabs of that and kept it on each time for at least several hours it it was a very I know it is I can burn with its soothing when you had it on it was so thrilling because you know it's me interest who'll coming out of the refrigerator was just so soothing and I just really don't know what it is about raw meat on the on the infection or London swelling but it was so soothing it was so funny because of like home like a poultice this thing exactly back to that nineteen fifties movie like that's how I'm going to do it let me give it a try wow that feels good something well you know and I I I heard that it that it was an anti coagulant I had heard that because I'm a breast my mom about this once like why is this funny like I didn't get the joke and I've never seen anybody actually do it and so after that and she said that that was a home remedy that have been used to stop somebody from getting a black eye or get swelling down and that's I but I'd never heard for conjunctivitis but that's why I've heard people use to meet under those circumstances because it's the both the cop the coolness and then also the the enzymes that are in the in the blood that that's what got you know which breaks and our guests there are pores and helps us and I think okay what that's cool I've never done it yeah I will I will tell you that it was a highly effective for me and it might also work on Hickey's again to go back to that effect you know not that I'm obsessed.

"london swell" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

07:52 min | 9 months ago

"london swell" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"All part of god's family my friends eight Aspin Marjorie we have an aspen forest out here up in flagstaff just above sit down on the way out to the Grand Canyon on highway one eighty and I hear Aston essence is traditionally use for unknown fears are he PGP is what things are going through today S. fortifies our perception and screams out unnecessary fears I want you to comment on aspen if you could Marjorie anti is like an anti anxiety kind of thing that's pretty cool I had not heard of that and I really want to be clear about one thing that's pretty amazing so you know there are so many plant medicines out there and really to become a home medicine maker you really only need you know five or ten different plants that you know real well or five or ten different herbs so I I have about a dozen or fifteen that are my go to that I've worked in useless over years and years that I really like and I really recommend people just you know just start out with one in fact if you want to start out with the number one one just start out with garlic and that's just a great effect so many herbalist say if I only had one to choose I would use garlic it just really get comfortable with that get get familiar with that one use it use it in different ways you know tried out this we really begin to understand its power and have a relationship with it and then pick another one maybe it might be meant and you go wow you know that really does calm down my stomach you know the properties of meant it's an amazing plant and then pick another one but you really don't need a lot so what I really appreciate that about a husband and I'm going to go look that up now because some of the spending some time in Colorado and there's lots of aspen stands here so I'm very interested in it and and you know to be quite honest with you know I don't know everything about every plant I don't think anybody does appreciate that Boyer that's it so again one interesting time to to be in conversation with some of the the medicine that native American medicine traditions the medicine men and women and and what they were using and how much of that research may or may not have crossed over into mainstream to say what what little secrets might still be there on the Navajo reservation somewhere ethnobotany yeah and you know what is amazing is of the western tradition of herbalism there often is all really strong correlation to say the ethnobotany of of the Americans and it's very interesting how like yes you know econo user was was a common thing that you know that that you know or many of the different plants on different continents they all ended up having a similar uses by the people for and they were all independent of each other and of course there are a diversity of other ones that we didn't that the you know just because that plant didn't grow somewhere else but you're absolutely right I I think we have lost a tremendous amount just because of this last century of being fascinated with with what has now become allopathic medicine and and we've lost a lot of these traditions yes this is pretty simple and easy and you just you don't need a whole you know encyclopedia just get a few of them and get going and this kid when you're cool let me go to sandy who's waiting in San Diego on a first time caller line for Marjorie well craft on coast to coast AM sandy he is hello well I heard that you have treated a condition known as blepharitis conjunctivitis that the that you described there is a severe yeah when he died on yourself and a man out of you know for myself about this chronic condition that I have and have had for the past twenty years hello I'm so sorry is that is that contract to buy this is at the exact same thing is pink guy conjunctivitis is cari okay and and I'll be very clear that I really I think legally you can only treat yourself like if you have to be very careful about using treat or cure or something like that you you treated yourself and you cured yourself conjunctivitis and yeah I did yes I did it was a big fat one two and it was like really concerned because you know the online in the brain that Sir and you know what I found was really really effective for that the prickly pear was not so good because that's like so messy like how they put that on your on your right believe it or not I remember watching those old nineteen fifties movies where they put steak on their face we got a black are rarely get there with the typical thing that would be a joke after though husband have been out too late and you know then they they don't want while in the gym is like his wife it hit him in the face he's got a stake out as I write and it so happened I've had these inexpensive real fan cuts of some kind of sirloin or something like that and it was amazing how interesting it really felt good and then the dogs absolutely loved it after gave them pink stomach but who knows chronic low to go back to sandy you know you really may want to take that up with some you know some other trusted health care provider the if it's a if it's a chronic recurring condition there may be a lot of other things going on so I would recommend you know talking to somebody else's of either a call and you know a certified clinical herbalist or or natural path or some of the other alternatives that are out there just make it clear you you you actually used a cut of meat okay yeah actionable because again remember that the two will the pope is saying is you want to go big so this piece of meat was approximately like three inches wide by like five inches long right or six inches long and I would just leave that over my whole body and face there and again the second point is you want to keep it on there longer than you think and it was very fortune I it was kind of an accident that I actually had that meet in the fridge and I went through like four or five slabs of that and kept it on each time for at least several hours it it was a very you know it's just burned with his soothing when you had it on it was so soothing because you know it's me interest who'll coming out of the refrigerator was just so soothing and I just really don't know what it is about raw meat on the on the instructions or London swelling but it was so soothing it was so funny because of like home like a poultice this thing exactly back to that nineteen fifties movie like I'm going to do it let me give it a try wow that feels good something well you know and I I I've heard that it that it was an anti coagulant I had heard that because I'm a breast my mom about this once like why is this funny like I didn't get the joke and I've never seen anybody actually do it and so after that and she said that that was a home remedy that have been used to stop somebody from getting a black eye or get swelling down and that's I but I'd never heard for conjunctivitis but that's why I've heard people use to meet under those circumstances because it's the both the call the coolness and then also the the enzymes that are in the in the blood that that's what got you know with breaks and our guests there are pores and helps us and I think okay well that that's cool I've never done it on a sense here I will I will tell you that it was a highly effective for me and it might also work on Hickey's again to go back to that effect you know not that I'm obsessed about.

"london swell" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:38 min | 9 months ago

"london swell" Discussed on WTVN

"Going and this kept when you're cool let me go to sandy who's waiting in San Diego on a first time caller line for Marjorie well craft on coast to coast AM sandy yes hello well I heard that you have treated a condition known as blepharitis conjunctivitis that did that to describe every year every year yeah when he died on your spouse and command you know for myself about this chronic condition that I have and have had for the past twenty years I'm so sorry is it is it can turn to buy this is at the exact same thing is pink guy conducted by this is cari okay and and I'll be very clear that I really I think legally you can only treat yourself like if you have to be very careful about using treat or cure or something like that you you treated yourself and you cured yourself or conjunctivitis and yeah I did yes I did it was a big fat one two and it was like really concerned because you know the online in the brain that Sir and you know what I found was really really effective for that the prickly pear was not so good because that's like so messy like how they put that on your on your right believe it or not I remember watching those old nineteen fifties movies where they put steak on their face we got a black are rarely get there with the typical thing that would be a joke after though husband have been out too late and you know then they they don't want while on the job is like his wife it hit him in the face he's got a stake out as I write what happened I've had these an expensive real fan cuts of some kind of sirloin or something like that and it was amazing how interesting it really felt good and then the dogs absolutely loved it after they gave them think stomach but who knows chronic though to go back to sandy you know you really may want to take that up with some you know some other trusted health care provider the if it's a if it's a chronic recurring condition there may be a lot of other things going on so I would recommend you know talking to somebody else's of either a call and you know a certified clinical herbalist or or natural path or some of the other alternatives that are out there just make it clear you you you actually used a cut of meat okay yeah actually I will because again remember that the two will the pope is saying is you want to go big so this piece of meat was approximately like three inches wide by like five inches long right or six inches long and I would just wave that over my whole body and face there and again the second point is you want to keep it on there longer than you think and it was very fortune I it was kind of an accident that I actually had that meet in the fridge and I went through like four or five slabs of that and kept it on each time for at least several hours it it was a very religious burned with his soothing when you had it on it was so soothing because you know it's me interest who'll coming out of the refrigerator was just so soothing and I just really don't know what it is about raw meat on the on the infections or London swelling but it was so soothing it was so funny because of like home like a poultice this thing back lash back to that nineteen fifties movie like that I'm going to do it let me give it a try wow that feels good something well you know and I I I heard that that it was an anti coagulant I had heard that because I'm a breast my mom about this once like why is this funny like I didn't get the joke and I've never seen anybody actually do it and so after that and she said that that was a home remedy that have been used to stop somebody from getting a black eye or get swelling down and that's I but I'd never heard for conjunctivitis but that's why I've heard people use to meet under those circumstances because it's the both the cop the coolness and then also the the enzymes that are in the in the blood that that's what got you know we breaks and our guests there are pores and helps us and I think okay well that that's cool I've never done it I will I will tell you that it was highly effective for me and it might also work on Hickey's again to go back to that effect you know not that I'm obsessed about that or anything so this is where we are we have a another half hour I'll get in as many calls as we can and then we'll go to open lines Marjorie.

"london swell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:21 min | 9 months ago

"london swell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"What they were using and how much of that research may or may not have crossed over into mainstream to say what what little secrets might still be there millions on a Navajo reservation somewhere ethnobotany yes and you know what is amazing is of the western tradition of herbalism there often is all really strong correlation to us say the ethnobotany of of the Americans and it's very interesting how like yes you know econo user was was a common saying that you know that that you know or many of the different plants on different continents they all ended up having a similar uses by the people for and they were all independent of each other and of course there are a diversity of other ones that we didn't but you know just because that plan didn't grow somewhere else but you're absolutely right I I think we have lost a tremendous amount just because of this last century of being fascinated with with what has now become allopathic medicine and and we've lost a lot of these traditions let's thing is this is pretty simple and easy and you just you don't need a whole you know encyclopedia just get a few of them again and this kept when you're cool let me go to sandy who's waiting in San Diego on a first time caller line for Marjorie well craft on coast to coast AM sandy ideas hello well I heard that you have treated a condition known as blepharitis conjunctivitis thank you that you described there is there to fear yeah when he died on your staff and command you know for myself about these chronic condition that I have and have had for the past twenty years I'm so sorry is it is it can turn to buy this is at the exact same thing is pink guy conjunctivitis his pain cari okay and and I'll be very clear that I really I think legally you can only treat yourself like you have to be very careful about using treat or cure or something like that you you treated yourself and you cured yourself conjunctivitis and yeah I did yes I did it was a big bad one two and it was like really concerned because you know the online in the brain and us and you know what I found was really really effective for that the prickly pear was not so good because that's like so messy like how they put that on your on your right believe it or not I remember watching those old nineteen fifties movies where they put steak on their face we got a black are rarely get there with the typical thing that would be a joke after though husband have been out too late and you know then they they don't want while on the job is like his wife it hit him in the face he's got a stake out as I write and it will happen that had these inexpensive real fan cuts of some kind of sirloin or something like that and it was amazing how interesting it really felt good and then the dogs absolutely loved it after gave them pink stomach but who knows chronic low to go back to sandy you know you really may want to take that up with some you know some other trusted health care provider the if it's a if it's a chronic recurring condition there may be a lot of other things going on so I would recommend you know talking to somebody else is a either a colander you know a certified clinical herbalist or or natural path or some of the other alternatives that are out there do that just make it clear you you you actually used a cut of meat country okay yeah actually I will because again remember that the two will the pope the thing is you want to go big so this piece of meat was approximately like three inches wide by like five inches long right or six inches long and I would just wave that over my whole body and face there and again the second point is you want to keep it on there longer than you think and it was very fortune I it was kind of an accident that I actually had that meet in the fridge and I went through like four or five slabs of that and kept it on each time for at least several hours if it was a very I know it is burned with his soothing when you had it on it was so soothing because you know it's me interest who'll coming out of the refrigerator was just so soothing and I just really don't know what it is about raw meat on the on the infection or London swelling but it was so soothing it was so funny because of like home like a the pope this this thing exactly back to that nineteen fifties movie like that's how I'm going to do it let me give it a try wow that feels good something you know and I I I heard that it that it was an anti coagulant I had heard that because I'm a breast my mom about this once like why is this funny like I didn't get the joke and I've never seen anybody actually do it and so after that and she said that that was a home remedy that have been used to stop somebody from getting a black eye or get swelling down and that's I but I've never heard for conjunctivitis but that's why I've heard people use to meet under those circumstances because it's the both the cop the coolness and then also the the enzymes that are in the in the blood that that's what got you know which breaks and our guests there are pores and helps us and I think okay well that that's cool I've never done it I'm here I will I will tell you that it was highly effective for me and it might also work on Hickey's again to go back to that effect you know not that I'm obsessed about that or anything so this is where we are we have a another half hour I'll get in as many calls as we can and then we'll go to open lines Marjorie while crash both the comes at at our website you can grab it is called snake bite how I successfully treated a venomous snake bite at home it's a great story she talked about it earlier but she'll take your questions now or things that you know is she's already indicated she might not know about these herbs and the things that they can do for us next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett Hey guys it's Bobby bones here with an important message about a growing danger on our nation's roads I'm sure you've read those labels about not 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"london swell" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:49 min | 9 months ago

"london swell" Discussed on KTRH

"Aspen Marjorie we have an aspen forest out here up in flagstaff just above sit down on the way out to the Grand Canyon on highway one eighty and I here aspen essence is traditionally is for unknown for years earlier he'd be GP's what things are going through today as for defies our perception and screams out unnecessary fears I want you to calm down a half the Nick you could Marjorie anti is like an anti anxiety kind of thing that's pretty cool I had not heard of that and I really want to be clear about one thing that's pretty amazing so you know there are so many plant medicines out there and really to become a home medicine maker you really only need you know five or ten different plants that you know real well or five or ten different herbs so I I have about a dozen or fifteen that are my go to that I've worked in useless over years and years that I really like and I really recommend people just you know just start out with one in fact if you want to start out with the number one one just start out with garlic and that's just a great effect so many herbalist say if I only had one to choose I would use garlic it just really get comfortable with that get get familiar with that one use it use it in different ways you know tried out this we really begin to understand its power and have a relationship with it and then pick another one maybe it might be meant and you go wow you know that really does calm down my stomach you know the properties of minutes it's an amazing plant and then pick another one but you really don't need a lot so what I really appreciate that about husband and I'm going to go look that up now because some of the spending some time in Colorado and there's lots of aspen stands here so I'm very interested in it and and you know to be quite honest with you know I don't know everything about every plant I don't think anybody does Kate that Boyer it so again one interesting time to to be in conversation with some of the the medicine that native American medicine traditions the medicine men and women and and what they were using and how much of that research may or may not have crossed over into mainstream to say what what little secrets might still be there millions on a Navajo reservation somewhere ethnobotany yeah and you know what is amazing is of the western traditions of herbalism there often is all really strong correlation to us say the ethnobotany of of the Americans and it's very interesting how like yes you know econo user was was a common thing that you know that that you know or many of the different plants on different continents they all ended up having a similar uses by the people for and they were all independent of each other and of course there are a diversity of other ones that we didn't that the you know just because that plan didn't grow somewhere else but you're absolutely right I I think we have lost a tremendous amount just because of this last century of being fascinated with with what has now become allopathic medicine and and we've lost a lot of these traditions yes this is pretty simple and easy and you just you don't need a whole you know encyclopedia just get a few of them and get going and this kept when you're cool let me go to sandy who's waiting in San Diego on a first time caller line for Marjorie well craft on coast to coast AM sandy yes hello well I heard that you have treated a condition known as blepharitis conjunctivitis that the that you described there is here every year yeah one died on yourself and yeah recommend you know for myself about these chronic condition that I have and have had for the past twenty years I'm so sorry is it is it can turn to buy this is at the exact same thing is pink guy conjunctivitis is paying cari okay and and I'll be very clear that I really I think legally you can only treat yourself like if you have to be very careful about using treat or cure or something like that you you treated yourself and you cured yourself are confronted by this and I can't yes I did it was a big fat one two and it was like really concerned because you know the online in the brain that Sir and you know what I found was really really effective for that the prickly pear was not so good because that's like so messy like how they put that on your on your right believe it or not I remember watching those old nineteen fifties movies where they put steak on their face we got a black are rarely get there with the typical thing that would be a joke after though husband had been out too late and you know then they they don't want while on the job is like his wife it hit him in the face he's got a stake out as I write what happened I've had these an expensive real fan cuts of some kind of sirloin or something like that and it was amazing how interesting it really felt good and then the dogs absolutely loved it after they gave them think stomach but who knows chronic low to go back to sandy you know you really may want to take that up with some you know some other trusted health care provider the if it's a if it's a chronic recurring condition there may be a lot of other things going on so I would recommend you know talking to somebody else's of either a call and you know a certified clinical herbalist or or natural path or some of the other alternatives that are out there but just make it clear you you you actually used a cut of meat okay yeah actionable because again remember that the two will report the thing is you want to go big so this piece of meat was approximately like three inches wide by like five inches long right or six inches long and I would just wave that over my whole body and face there and again the second point is you want to keep it on there longer than you think and it was very fortune I it was kind of an accident that I actually had that meet in the fridge and I went through like four or five slabs of that and kept it on each time for at least several hours if it was a very religious burned with his soothing when you had it on it was so soothing because you know it's me interest who'll coming out of the refrigerator was just so soothing and I just really don't know what it is about raw meat on the on the infections or London swelling but it was so soothing it was so funny because of like home like a poultice this thing exactly back to that nineteen fifties movie like I'm going to do it let me give it a try wow that feels good something well you know and I I I've heard that it that it was an anti coagulant I had heard that because I'm a breast my mom about this once like why is this funny like I didn't get the joke and I've never seen anybody actually do it and so after that and she said that that was a home remedy that have been used to stop somebody from getting a black eye or get swelling down and that's I but I'd never heard for conjunctivitis but that's why I've heard people use to meet under those circumstances because it's the both the cop the coolness and then also the the enzymes that are in the in the blood that that's what got you know which breaks and our guests there are pores and helps us and I think okay well that that's cool I've never done it I will I will tell you that it was highly effective for me and it might also work on Hickey's again to go back to that effect you know not that I'm obsessed about.

"london swell" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:41 min | 9 months ago

"london swell" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Out to the Grand Canyon a highly one eighty and I hear Aston essence is traditionally is for unknown fears are he PGP is what things are going through today as for defies our perception and screams out unnecessary fears I want you to come along you could Marjorie anti is like an anti anxiety kind of thing that's pretty cool I had not heard of that and I really want to be clear about one thing that's pretty amazing so you know there are so many plant medicines out there and really to become a home medicine maker you really only need you know five or ten different plants that you know real well a five or ten different herbs so I I have about a dozen or fifteen that are my go to that I've worked in useless over years and years that I really like and I really recommend people just you know just start out with one in fact if you want to start out with the number one one just start out with garlic and that's just a great effect so many herbalist say if I only had one to choose I would use garlic it just really get comfortable with that get get familiar with that one use it use it in different ways you know tried out this we really begin to understand its power and have a relationship with it and then pick another one maybe it might be meant and you go wow you know that really does come down my stomach you know the properties of minutes it's an amazing plant and then pick another one but you really don't need a lot so what I really appreciate that about husband and I'm going to go look that up now because some of the spending some time in Colorado and there's lots of aspen stands here so I'm very interested in it and and you know to be quite honest with you know I don't know everything about every plant I don't think anybody does shake that Boyer that's it so again that's what an interesting time to to be in conversation with some of the the medicine that native American medicine traditions the medicine men and women and and what they were using and how much of that research may or may not have crossed over into mainstream to say what what little secrets might still be there millions on a Navajo reservation somewhere ethnobotany yes and you know what is amazing is of the western tradition of herbalism there often is all really strong correlation to us say the ethnobotany of of the Americans and it's very interesting how like yes you know econo user was was a common thing that you know that that you know or many of the different plants on different continents they all ended up having a similar uses by the people for and they were all independent of each other and of course there are a diversity of other ones that we didn't but the you know just because that plant didn't grow somewhere else but you're absolutely right I I think we have lost a tremendous amount just because of this last century of being fascinated with with what has now become allopathic medicine and and we've lost a lot of these traditions my guess is it's pretty simple and easy and you just you don't need a whole you know encyclopedia just get a few of them again and this kept when you're cool let me go to sandy who's waiting in San Diego on a first time caller line for Marjorie well craft on coast to coast AM sandy he is hello well I heard that you have treated a condition known as blepharitis conjunctivitis that the that you described there is there to fear yeah when he died on yourself and command you know four or myself about this chronic condition that I have and have had for the past twenty years I'm so sorry is it is it can turn to buy this is at the exact same thing is pink guy conjunctivitis is paying cari okay and and I'll be very clear that I really I think legally you can only treat yourself like if you have to be very careful about using treat or cure or something like that you you treated yourself and you cured yourself are confronted by this and I did yes I did it was a big bad one two and it was like really concerned because you know the online in the brain that Sir and you know what I found was really really effective for that the prickly pear was not so good because that's like so messy like how they put that on your on your right believe it or not I remember watching those old nineteen fifties movies where they put steak on their face I got a black are rarely get there with the typical thing they would be a joke after though husband have been out too late and you know then they they don't want while on the job is like his wife it hit him in the face he's got a stake out as I write what happened I've had these an expensive real fan cuts of some kind of sirloin or something like that and it was amazing how interesting it really felt good and then the dogs absolutely loved it after they gave them pink stomach but who knows chronic grow to go back to sandy you know you really may want to take that up with some you know some other trusted health care provider the if it's a if it's a chronic recurring condition there may be a lot of other things going on so I would recommend you know talking to somebody else's either Colin it up you know a certified clinical herbalist or or natural path or some of the other alternatives that are out there but just make it clear you you you actually used a cut of meat okay yeah actually I will because again remember that the two will report the thing is you want to go big so this piece of meat was approximately like three inches wide by like five inches long right or six inches long and I would just leave that over my whole body and face there and again the second point is you want to keep it on there longer than you think and it was very fortune I it was kind of an accident that I actually had that meet in the fridge and I went through like four or five slabs of that and kept it on each time for at least several hours it it was a very you know it's just burn was it's soothing when you had it on it was so searing because you know it's me interest who'll coming out of the refrigerator was just so soothing and I just really don't know what it is about raw meat on the on the instructions or London swelling but it was so soothing it was so funny because of like home like a poultice this thing exactly back to that nineteen fifties movie like that I'm going to do it let me give it a try wow that feels good something well you know and I I I heard that it that it was an anti coagulant I'd heard that because I'm a breast my mom about this once like why is this funny like I didn't get the joke and I've never seen anybody actually do it and so after that and she said that that was a home remedy that have been used to stop somebody from getting a black eye or get swelling down and that's I but I'd never heard for conjunctivitis but that's why I've heard people use to meet under those circumstances because it's the both the cop the coolness and then also the the enzymes that are in the in the blood that that's what got you know which breaks and our guests there are pores and helps us and I think okay well that's that's cool I've never done it on a sense here I will I will tell you that it was a highly effective for me and it might also work on Hickey's again to go back to that effect you know not that I'm obsessed about.

"london swell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

07:39 min | 9 months ago

"london swell" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"One eighty and I here aspen essence is traditionally use for unknown fears or would he be GP's what things are going through today at all defies our perception and screams out unnecessary fears I want you to comment on aspen if you could Marjorie anti is like an anti anxiety kind of thing that's pretty cool I had not heard of that and I really want to be clear about one thing that's pretty amazing so you know there are so many plant medicines out there and really to become a home medicine maker you really only need you know five or ten different plants that you know real well or five or ten different herbs so I I have about a dozen or fifteen that are my go to that I've worked in used with over years and years that I really like and I really recommend people just you know just start out with one in fact if you want to start out with the number one one just start out with garlic and that's just a great effect so many herbalist say if I only had one to choose I would use garlic it just really get comfortable with that get get familiar with that one use it use it in different ways you know try it out this we really begin to understand its power and have a relationship with it and then pick another one maybe it might be meant and you go wow you know that really does calm down my stomach you know the properties of meant it's an amazing plant and then pick another one but you really don't need a lot so what I really appreciate that about husband and I'm going to go look that up now because some of the spending some time in Colorado and there's lots of aspen stands here so I'm very interested in it and and you know to be quite honest with you know I don't know everything about every plant I don't think anybody does Kate that border that's it so again that's what an interesting time to to be in conversation with some of the the medicine that native American medicine traditions the medicine men and women and and what they were using and how much of that research may or may not have crossed over into mainstream to say what what little secrets might still be there millions on a Navajo reservation somewhere ethnobotany yeah and you know what is amazing is of the western tradition of herbalism there often is all really strong correlation to us say the ethnobotany of of the Americans and it's very interesting how like yes you know econo user was was a common thing that you know that that you know or many of the different plants on different continents they all ended up having a similar uses by the people for and they were all independent of each other and of course there are a diversity of other ones that we didn't but you know just because that plan didn't grow somewhere else but you're absolutely right I I think we have lost a tremendous amount just because of this last century of being fascinated with with what has now become allopathic medicine and and we've lost a lot of these traditions let's it's pretty simple and easy and you just you don't need a whole you know encyclopedia just get a few of them and get going and this kept when you're cool let me go to sandy who's waiting in San Diego on a first time caller line for Marjorie well craft on coast to coast AM sandy I yes hello well I heard that you have treated a condition known as blepharitis conjunctivitis thank you that you described there is there to fear yeah when he died on yourself and command you know for myself about these chronic condition that I have and have had for the past twenty years I'm so sorry is it is it can turn to buy this is at the exact same thing is pink guy conjunctivitis is cari okay and and I'll be very clear that I really I think legally you can only treat yourself like if you have to be very careful about using treat or cure or something like that you you treated yourself and you cured yourself are confronted by this and I did yes I did it was a bad one two and it was like really concerned because you know the R. I. in the brain that Sir and you know I found was really really effective for that the prickly pear was not so good because that's like so messy like how you put that on your on your right believe it or not I remembered watching those old nineteen fifties movies where they put steak on their face I got a black are rarely get there with the typical thing they would be a joke after though husband had been out too late and you know then they they don't want while on the job is like his wife it hit him in the face he's got a stake out as I write and it happened that had these inexpensive real fan cuts of some kind of sirloin or something like that and it was amazing how interesting it really felt good and then the dogs absolutely loved it after gave them pink stomach but who knows chronic though to go back to sandy you know you really may want to take that up with some you know some other trusted health care provider the if it's a if it's a chronic recurring condition there may be a lot of other things going on so I would recommend you know talking to somebody else's either Colin it up you know a certified clinical herbalist or or natural path or some of the other alternatives that are out there just make it clear you you you actually used a cut of meat okay yeah actionable because again remember that the two will the pope is saying is you want to go big so this piece of meat was approximately like three inches wide by like five inches long right or six inches long and I would just wave that over my whole body and face there and again the second point is you want to keep it on there longer than you think and it was very fortune I it was kind of an accident but I actually had that meet in the fridge and I went through like four or five slabs of that and kept it on each time for at least several hours if it was a very you know it's just burned with his soothing when you had it on it was so searing because you know it's me interest who'll coming out of the refrigerator was just so soothing and I just really don't know what it is about raw meat on the on the infection or London swelling but it was so soothing it was so funny because like home like a poultice this thing's lash back to that nineteen fifties movie like I'm going to do it let me give it a try wow that feels good something you know and I I I've heard that it that it was an anti coagulant I had heard that because I'm a breast my mom about this once like why is this funny like I didn't get the joke and I've never seen anybody actually do it and so after that and she said that that was a home remedy that have been used to stop somebody from getting a black eye or get swelling down and that's I but I've never heard for conjunctivitis but that's why I've heard people use to meet under those circumstances because it's the both the cop the coolness and then also the the enzymes that are in the in the blood that that's what got you know which breaks and our guests there are pores and helps us then I think okay what that's cool I've never done it I will I will tell you that it was a highly effective for me and it might also work on Hickey's again to go back to that effect you know not that I'm obsessed about.

"london swell" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:52 min | 9 months ago

"london swell" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"My friends eight Aspin Marjorie we have an aspen forest out here up in flagstaff just above the dog on the way out to the Grand Canyon on highway one eighty and I here aspen essence is traditionally use for unknown for years earlier he'd be GP's what things are going through today at all the files are perception and screams out unnecessary fears I want you to come and ask if you could Marjorie anti is like an anti anxiety kind of thing that's pretty cool I had not heard of that and I really want to be clear about one thing that's pretty amazing so you know there are so many plant medicines out there and really to become a home medicine maker you really only need you know five or ten different plants that you know real well or five or ten different herbs so I I have about a dozen or fifteen that are my go to that I've worked in used with over years and years that I really like and I really recommend people just you know just start out with one in fact if you want to start out with the number one one just start out with garlic and that's just a great effect so many herbalist say if I only had one to choose I would use garlic it just really get comfortable with that get get familiar with that one use it use it in different ways you know tried out this we really begin to understand its power and have a relationship with it and then another one maybe it might be meant ten you go wow you know that really does come down my stomach you know the properties of minutes it's an amazing plant and then pick another one but you really don't need a lot so what I really appreciate that about a husband and I'm going to go look that up now because some of the spending some time in Colorado and there's lots of aspen stands here so I'm very interested in it and and you know to be quite honest with you know I don't know everything about every plant I don't think anybody does shake that Blair it so again that's what an interesting time to to be in conversation with some of the the medicine did native American medicine traditions the medicine men and women and and what they were using and how much of that research may or may not have crossed over into mainstream to say what what little secrets might still be there millions on a Navajo reservation somewhere ethnobotany yeah and you know what is amazing is of the western tradition of herbalism there often is all really strong correlation to say the ethnobotany of of the Americans and it's very interesting how like yes you know economia was was a common thing that you know that that you know or many of the different plants on different continents they all ended up having a similar uses by the people for and they were all independent of each other and of course there are a diversity of other ones that we didn't that the you know just because that plant didn't grow somewhere else but you're absolutely right I I think we have lost a tremendous amount just because of this last century of being fascinated with with what has now become allopathic medicine and and we've lost a lot of these traditions let's it's pretty simple and easy and you just you don't need a whole you know encyclopedia just get a few of them and get going and this kept when you're cool but let me go to sandy who's waiting in San Diego on a first time caller line for Marjorie well craft on coast to coast AM sandy ideas hello well I heard that you have treated a condition known as blepharitis conjunctivitis thank you that you described there is here to be here yeah one died on yourself and well recommend you know for myself about this chronic condition that I have and have had for the past twenty years hello I'm so sorry is that is that concerned about is is that the exact same thing is pink guy conjunctivitis thank god okay and and I'll be very clear that I really I think legally you can only treat yourself like if you have to be very careful about using treat or cure or something like that you you treated yourself and you cured yourself are confronted by this and I did yes I did it was a bad one two and it was like really concerned because you know the online in the brain that Sir and you know what I found was really really effective for that the prickly pear was not so good because that's like so messy like how they put that on your on your right believe it or not I remember watching those old nineteen fifties movies where they put steak on there yeah we got a black are rarely get there with the typical thing that would be a joke after though husband have been out too late and you know then did they go while on the job is like his wife it hit him in the face he's got a stake out as I write and it will happen that had the then expensive real fan cuts of some kind of sirloin or something like that and it was amazing how interesting it really felt good and then the dogs absolutely loved it after it gave them pink stomach but who cares no on it grow to go back to sandy you know you really may want to take that up with some you know some other trusted health care provider the if it's a if it's a chronic recurring condition there may be a lot of other things going on so I would recommend you know talking to somebody else is a either a call and you know a certified clinical herbalist or or natural path for some of the other alternatives that are out there but just make it clear you you you actually used a cut of meat okay yeah actionable because again remember that the to rule the pope the thing is you want to go big so this piece of meat was approximately like three inches wide by like five inches long right or six inches long and I would just wave that over my whole body and face there and then again the second point is you want to keep it on there longer than you think and it was very fortune I it was kind of an accident that I actually had that meet in the fridge and I went through like four or five slabs of that and kept it on each time for at least several hours it it was a very I know it is burned with its soothing when you had it on it was so soothing because you know it's me interest who'll coming out of the refrigerator was just so soothing and I just really don't know what it is about raw meat on the on the infection or London swelling but it was so soothing it was so funny because of like home like a poultice this thing exactly back to that nineteen fifties movie like that's how I'm going to do it let me give it a try wow that feels good something well you know and I I I heard that it that it was an anti coagulant I had heard that because I'm a breast my mom about this once like why is this funny like I didn't get the joke and I've never seen anybody actually do it and so after that and she said that that was a home remedy that have been used to stop somebody from getting a black eye or get swelling down and that's I but I'd never heard for conjunctivitis but that's why I've heard people use to meet under those circumstances because it's the both the cop the coolness and then also the the enzymes that are in the in the blood that that's what got you know which breaks and our guests there are pores and helps us and I think okay well that that's cool I've never done it I will I will tell you that it was a highly effective for me and it might also work on Hickey's again to go back to that effect you know not that I'm obsessed about that or anything.

"london swell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:29 min | 9 months ago

"london swell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"What they were using and how much of that research may or may not have crossed over into mainstream to say what what little secrets might still be there on the Navajo reservation somewhere ethnobotany yes and you know what is amazing is of the western traditions of herbalism there often is all really strong correlation to say the ethnobotany of of the Americans and it's very interesting how like yes you know economia was was a common thing that you know that that you know or many of the different plants on different continents they all ended up having a similar uses by the people for and they were all independent of each other and of course there are a diversity of other ones that we didn't that the you know just because that plan didn't grow somewhere else but you're absolutely right I I think we have lost a tremendous amount just because of this last century of being fascinated with with what has now become allopathic medicine and and we've lost a lot of these traditions this is pretty simple and easy and you just you don't need a whole you know encyclopedia just get a few of them and get going and this kept man you're cool let me go to sandy who's waiting in San Diego on a first time caller line for Marjorie well craft on coast to coast AM sandy ideas hello well I heard that you have treated a condition known as blepharitis conjunctivitis that you that you described very here every year yeah one died on yourself and to recommend you know for myself about this chronic condition that I have and have had for the past twenty years I'm so sorry is it is it can turn to buy this is at the exact same thing is pink guy conducted by this is cari okay and and I'll be very clear that I really I think legally you can only treat yourself like if you have to be very careful about using treat or cure or something like that you you treated yourself and you cured yourself are confronted by this and and I did yes I did it was a big fat one two and then was like really concerned because you know the online in the brain and and you know what I found was really really effective for that the prickly pear was not so good because that's like so messy like how they put that on your on your right believe it or not I remember watching those old nineteen fifties movies where they put steak on their face we got a black eye really get there with the typical thing that would be a joke after though husband have been out too late and you know then they they don't want while on the job is like his wife it hit him in the face he's got a stake out as I write happened I've had these inexpensive real soon cuts of some kind of sirloin or something like that and it was amazing how interesting it really felt good and then the dogs absolutely loved it after they gave them think stomach but who knows chronic low to go back to sandy you know you really may want to take that up with some you know some other trusted health care provider the if it's a if it's a chronic recurring condition there may be a lot of other things going on so I would recommend you know talking to somebody else is a either a colony of you know a certified clinical herbalist or or natural path or some of the other alternatives that are out there but just make it clear you you you actually used a cut of meat okay yeah actionable because again remember that the two will report the thing is you want to go big so this piece of meat was approximately like three inches wide by like five inches long right or six inches long and I would just wave that over my whole body and face there and again the second point is you want to keep it on there longer than you think and it was very fortune I it was kind of an accident that I actually had that meet in the fridge and I went through like four or five slabs of that and kept it on each time for at least several hours if it was a very I know it is burned was is soothing when you had it on it was so soothing because you know it's me interest who'll coming out of the refrigerator was just so soothing and I just really don't know what it is about raw meat on the on the infection or London swelling but it was so soothing it was so funny because of like home like a poultice this thing clash back to that nineteen fifties movie like that's how I'm going to do it let me give it a try wow that feels good something well you know and I I I've heard that it that it was an anti coagulant I had heard that because I'm a breast my mom about this once like why is this funny like I didn't get the joke and I've never seen anybody actually do it and so after that and she said that that was a home remedy that have been used to stop somebody from getting a black eye or get swelling down and that's I but I've never heard for conjunctivitis but that's why I've heard people use to meet under those circumstances because it's the both the call the coolness and then also the the enzymes that are in the in the blood that that's what got you know we breaks and our guests there are pores and helps us and I think okay well that's that's cool I've never done it on a sense here I will I will tell you that it was a highly effective for me and it might also work on Hickey's again to go back to that effect you know not that I'm obsessed about that or anything so this is where we are we have a another half hour I'll get in as many calls as we can and then we'll go to open lines Marjorie while crash both the comes at at our website you can grab it is called snake bite how I successfully treated a venomous snake bite at home it's a great story she talked about it earlier but she'll take your questions now or things that you know is she's already indicated she might not know about these herbs and the things that they can do for us next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett W. CVM Baltimore.

"london swell" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:40 min | 9 months ago

"london swell" Discussed on 600 WREC

"One eighty and I here aspen essence is traditionally is for unknown fears or he'd be GP's what things are going through today as for defies our perception and screams out unnecessary fears I want you to comment on aspen if you could Marjorie anti is like an anti anxiety kind of thing that's pretty cool I have not heard of that and I really want to be clear about one thing that's pretty amazing so you know there are so many plant medicines out there and really to become a home medicine maker you really only need you know five or ten different plants that you know real well or five or ten different herbs so I I have about a dozen or fifteen that are my go to that I've worked in useless over years and years that I really like and I really recommend people just you know just start out with one in fact if you want to start out with the number one one just start out with garlic and that's just a great effect so many herbalist say if I only had one to choose I would use garlic it just really get comfortable with that get get familiar with that one use it use it in different ways you know tried out this we really begin to understand its power and have a relationship with it and then pick another one maybe it might be meant and you go wow you know that really does come down my stomach you know the properties of meant it's an amazing plant and then pick another one but you really don't need a lot so what I really appreciate that about husband and I'm going to go look that up now because some of the spending some time in Colorado and there's lots of aspen stands here so I'm very interested in it and and you know to be quite honest with you know I don't know everything about every plant I don't think anybody does Kate that Blair it so again what an interesting time to to be in conversation with some of the the medicine that native American medicine traditions the medicine men and women and and what they were using and how much of that research may or may not have crossed over into mainstream to say what what little secrets might still be there on on the Navajo reservation somewhere ethnobotany yeah and you know what is amazing is of the western tradition of herbalism there often is all really strong correlation to us say the ethnobotany of of the Americans and it's very interesting how like yes you know econo user was was a common thing that you know that that you know or many of the different plants on different continents they all ended up having a similar uses by the people for and they were all independent of each other and of course there are a diversity of other ones that we didn't that the you know just because that plan didn't grow somewhere else but you're absolutely right I I think we have lost a tremendous amount just because of this last century of being fascinated with with what has now become allopathic medicine and and we've lost a lot of these traditions yes this is pretty simple and easy and you just you don't need a whole you know encyclopedia just get a few of them and get going and this kept when you're cool let me go to sandy who's waiting in San Diego on a first time caller line for Marjorie well craft on coast to coast AM sandy yes hello well I heard that you have treated a condition known as blepharitis conjunctivitis that did that you described there is there to fear yeah one died on yourself and well recommend you know for myself about this chronic condition that I have and have had for the past twenty years I'm so sorry is that is that concerned about this is that the exact same thing is pink guy conjunctivitis is paying cari okay and and I'll be very clear that I really I think legally you can only treat yourself like if you have to be very careful about using treat or cure or something like that you you treated yourself and you cured yourself are confronted by this and I can't yes I did it was a big fat one two and it was like really concerned because you know the online in the brain that Sir and you know what I found was really really effective for that the prickly pear was not so good because that's like so messy like how they put that on your on your right believe it or not I remembered watching those old nineteen fifties movies where they put steak on their face we got a black are rarely get there with the typical thing that would be a joke after though husband have been out too late and you know then they they don't want while on the job is like his wife it hit him in the face he's got a stake out as I write happened I'd had these an expensive real fan cuts of some kind of sirloin or something like that and it was amazing how interesting it really felt good and then the dogs absolutely loved it after gave them pink stomach but who knows chronic though to go back to sandy you know you really may want to take that up with some you know some other trusted health care provider the if it's a if it's a chronic recurring condition there may be a lot of other things going on so I would recommend you know talking to somebody else's either Colin it up you know a certified clinical herbalist or or natural path or some of the other alternatives that are out there just make it clear you you you actually used a cut of meat okay yeah actually I will because again remember that the two will the pope is saying is you want to go big so this piece of meat was approximately like three inches wide by like five inches long right or six inches long and I would just leave that over my whole body and face there and again the second point is you want to keep it on there longer than you think and it was very fortune I it was kind of an accident that I actually had that meet in the fridge and I went through like four or five slabs of that and kept it on each time for at least several hours if it was a very you know it's just burned with his soothing when you had it on it was so soothing because you know it's me interest who'll coming out of the refrigerator was just so soothing and I just really don't know what it is about raw meat on the on the instructions or London swelling but it was so soothing it was so funny because of like home like a poultice this thing exactly back to that nineteen fifties movie like going to do it let me give it a try wow that feels good something well you know and I I I heard that it that it was an anti coagulant I had heard that because I'm a breast my mom about this once like why is this funny like I didn't get the joke and I've never seen anybody actually do it and so after that and she said that that was a home remedy that have been used to stop somebody from getting a black eye or get swelling down and that's I but I'd never heard for conjunctivitis but that's why I've heard people use to meet under those circumstances because it's the both the cop the coolness and then also the the enzymes that are in the in the blood that that's what got you know which breaks and our guests there are pores and helps us and I think okay well that's that's cool I've never done it I will I will tell you that it was a highly effective for me and it might also work on Hickey's again to go back to that effect you know not that I'm obsessed about that.

"london swell" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

07:39 min | 9 months ago

"london swell" Discussed on WRVA

"One eighty and I hear Aston essence is traditionally use for unknown fears are he PGP is what things are going through today as for defies our perception and screams out unnecessary fears I want you to comment on aspen if you could Marjorie anti is like an anti anxiety kind of thing that's pretty cool I had not heard of that and I to be clear about one thing that's pretty amazing so you know there are so many plant medicines out there and really to become a home medicine maker you really only need you know five or ten different plants that you know real well or five or ten different herbs so I I have about a dozen or fifteen that are my go to that I've worked in used with over years and years that I really like and I really recommend people just you know just start out with one in fact if you want to start out with the number one one just start out with garlic and that's just a great effect so many herbalist say if I only had one to choose I would use garlic it just really get comfortable with that get get familiar with that one use it use it in different ways you know tried out this we really begin to understand its power and have a relationship with it and then pick another one maybe it might be meant and you go wow you know that really does calm down my stomach you know the properties of mint it's an amazing plant and then pick another one but you really don't need a lot so wow I really appreciated about husband and I'm going to go look that up now because some of the spending some time in Colorado and there's lots of aspen stands here so I'm very interested in it and and you know to be quite honest with you know I don't know everything about every plant I don't think anybody does Kate that Blair and that's it so again that's what an interesting time to to be in conversation with some of the the medicine did native American medicine traditions the medicine men and women and and what they were using and how much of that research may or may not have crossed over into mainstream to say what what little secrets might still be there millions on a Navajo reservation somewhere ethnobotany yes and you know what is amazing is of the western traditions of herbalism there often is all really strong correlation to say the ethnobotany of of the Americans and it's very interesting how like yes you know econo user was was a common saying that you know that that you know or many of the different plants on different continents they all ended up having a similar uses by the people for and they were all independent of each other and of course there are a diversity of other ones that we didn't but the you know just because that plan didn't grow somewhere else but you're absolutely right I I think we have lost a tremendous amount just because of this last century of being fascinated with with what has now become allopathic medicine and and we've lost a lot of these traditions let's my guess is it's pretty simple and easy and you just you don't need a whole you know encyclopedia just get a few of them and get going and this kept when you're cool let me go to sandy who's waiting in San Diego on a first time caller line for Marjorie well craft on coast to coast AM sandy yes hello well I heard that you have tweeted a condition known as blepharitis conjunctivitis that the that you described there is here every year yeah when he died on yourself and to recommend you know four or myself about these chronic condition that I have and have had for the past twenty years I'm so sorry is it is it can turn to buy this is at the exact same thing is pink guy conjunctivitis is paying cari okay and and I'll be very clear that I really I think legally you can only treat yourself like if you have to be very careful about using treat or cure or something like that you you treated yourself and you cured yourself conjunctivitis and yeah I did yes I did it was a big bad one two and it was like really concerned because you know the online in the brain that Sir and you know what I found was really really effective for that the prickly pear was not so good because that's like so messy like how they put that on your on your right believe it or not I remember watching those old nineteen fifties movies where they put steak on their face I got a black are rarely get there with the typical thing that would be a joke after though husband have been out too late and you know then they they don't want while on the job is like his wife it hit him in the face he's got a stake out as I write and it just so happened that had these inexpensive real fan cuts of some kind of sirloin or something like that and it was amazing how interesting it really felt good and then the dogs absolutely loved it after a gave them pink stomach but who knows chronic though to go back to sandy you know you really may want to take that up with some you know some other trusted health care provider the if it's a if it's a chronic recurring condition there may be a lot of other things going on so I would recommend you know talking to somebody else's of either a call and you know a certified clinical herbalist or or natural path or some of the other alternatives that are out there but just make it clear you you you actually used a cut of meat okay yeah actually I will because again remember that the tool the pope the thing is you want to go big so this piece of meat was approximately like three inches wide by like five inches long right or six inches long and I would just lay that over my whole body and face there and again the second point is you want to keep it on there longer than you think and it was very fortune I it was kind of an accident that I actually had that meet in the fridge and I went through like four or five slabs of that and kept it on each time for at least several hours it it was a very you know it's just burn was it soothing when you had on it was so soothing because you know it's me interest who'll coming out of the refrigerator was just so soothing and I just really don't know what it is about raw meat on the on the instructions or London swelling but it was so soothing it was so funny because of like home like in a poultice this thing exactly back to that nineteen fifties movie like that's how I'm going to do it let me give it a try and I was like wow that feels good something well you know and I I I heard that it that it was an anti coagulant I'd heard that because I'm a breast my mom about this once like why is this funny like I didn't get the joke and I've never seen anybody actually do it and so after that and she said that that was a home remedy that have been used to stop somebody from getting a black eye or get swelling down and that's I but I'd never heard for conjunctivitis but that's why I've heard people use to meet under those circumstances because it's the both the cop the coolness and then also the the enzymes that are in the in the blood that that's what got you know which breaks and our guests there are pores and helps us and I think okay well that that's cool I've never done it on a sense here I will I will tell you that it was a highly effective for me and it might also work on Hickey's again to go back to that effect you know not that I'm obsessed about.

"london swell" Discussed on Escape the Rat Race Radio

Escape the Rat Race Radio

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"london swell" Discussed on Escape the Rat Race Radio

"And now. In london. Swell mainly offer space. I wasn't flying at different roles in sales marketing service at setris. Oh, yeah. Along career twelve years with an line and wasn't hating it. But I felt that there was more things that I could do. Yeah, yeah, no two different from my story sixteen years in music and stray. Lots of fun. But in, I guess, two point just saying, hey, I'm ready for change. Yeah. Absolutely. Yes. Can you describe then exactly at what point you start to realize yourself? Rich there you didn't wanna continue Kim someone else any longer. What was some of those first steps that you took to bring about that change yet? The idea of having my own business sort of floated about started about three years ago when out what it would be like to have my own business think with the job I always felt it was it was more insight do after the initial excitement of new challenges, sort of. Went away. I felt that I could do more so sort of floated the idea around for upper years. I didn't really Dr. What to do or how to get started with a business. I think the real turning point for me came in two thousand seventeen when the, the airline went through global restructure. And yeah, just basically I was suddenly faced with, with Haas realities with the corporate world. My position wasn't affected as such for me or Chile. Chilly. I am witnessed a lot of colleagues bay lost their jobs. So the, the impact that it had on them personally mercy. EM hold fears was quite devastating. And it really made me think about job security or basically lack thereof having company. Seeing go through such a big race structure. So that was really the moment when I realized a do really made to start it with some myself, and while also playing around with the idea. That's when I started to get serious and did most freighting research, start to formulates ideas of what I do I started to read some books and then yeah. Just through internet research. I stumbled upon FDA or Graham didn't know what it was a, a red did more reading about it wanted to know how it worked, and that's sort of how I got onto you. Chris, I went to one of your events that had Michael may he was presenting about the program. So I came along, and yeah, just learned lots about how that worked, and that's where the, the idea or the business really took shape. I remember the day. Well, yet, we, we were in London, we had a small group, and as you say, Michael visa who is who's Bena guests on escape radio. Back on episode forty one and he's the host of amazing FBI podcastone amazing FBI company. So all link linked to Michael's Pocock as well. But yet that was great. And that ready kick started. I guess that FBI journey for you. And then at that point zero c still working. So then what was some of the decisions and the processes that followed after that, which you kind of, you know, you had to walk out annual headers to win was going to be the right time to actually make that break away from your job. Yes, sir. The. Decisions came when time became an issue. So I started working with Michael substitutes is I'm slowly from the beginning a bit by bit. Putting it all together while still doing my full time day job and sort of time to spend dedicate on the business. Then at some point became a real issue unsorted to go to sort of networking events and really working on the mindset oil, trait changing my mindset from being an aide to being an entrepreneur and changing this. So those on me at the time. And at some point I felt that Joe was getting in the way of a developing further in growing as much spending more time on the business. So it started generated returned by then..

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"london swell" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"london swell" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"With the dominant media elite but I, remind people that I had an earlier today attorney general. Patrick Morrissey of West Virginia where the president's approval rating is sixty five percent sixty five percent of. West Virginia The president and so there is a. Vast. Number, in, the millions of Americans who. Wonder why is. It on every media outlet I turn on everyone agrees John Brennan. Has been done, wrong when I don't feel that way and Dr and that's what I wanted to conclude with we now have a unanimity of opinion in the major networks. Of America which is very dangerous to the very first amendment values we were talking about which is you don't hear a contrary opinion yeah well Hugh I'm gonna take your testimony Is your word for that because I didn't. Watch. That, but, I read the press and The different, they just rained the changes on this day after day and. Written press and you know except People like that right and you know. The facts are here that there's a process for assigning security clearances and it's, a privilege to get one and, Donald Trump certainly has, the power, to take Brennan's. Away and. Brennan is you know a bitter in. Me and so. I don't you know I don't know I do I think he should. Have done that I don't know I bet he did it as you. Say to elevate, Brennan And, I think, Trump understands you. Know he's. Acting like a man who understands he's. In an argument. And it's a serious arguments they want to take him down And so you know stop that. That is exactly what many people don't realize. That Donald Trump understands they, want his, scalp right they wanna Nixon him this isn't about beating him in twenty twenty this is about taking him out before then That's. Right and and you know if you could Step back and look like there's a lot of things to cover here and may be part of the auction list of Donald Trump that he. Aggravates all this, stuff that's going, on right now 'cause you know from a I there's, no evidence that of which I know that Russia that Donald Trump colluded with Russia. To win the, election in two thousand sixteen. Agreed as. Of now there is no public evidence I don't I don't see any of that and that and you. Read Mollie Hemingway who's been writing about this lot and there's some even some admission in a filing from this perspective from. Mueller's office. That, they don't have any of that So if so then what is. This about and and it is a fight unto the political death thank God we don't have the other kind in America And and so he's fighting it, like that but also I wonder you know because they're doing a lot you know I mean there's been the tax cuts and, the famous big public, things but there are regulatory. Reforms underway in the government, that have sharper focus on what the law actually empowers the agencies to do and also. A recognition at least. Among many officials, I don't know Donald Trump? But at least many people who work for him because, some of. Them are students mind I talked to them They understand that in the end the. Legislative power is given to the congress which today makes about ten percent of the laws in America and they see that that should be curbed that we should have accountability back to the lawmakers and you know because then we can, get other ones maybe we're about to get other ones in. The fall elections and so those are some fundamental things and. They're going on you know with with the purpose across many agencies and I? Haven't seen, anything, like that since the Reagan years is. Is to tonic there, are forces, at work which are so, much beyond, the average, commentators grasp and and you do have to go back to, the beginning of the Republic and you do have to come forward through the conflict of the civil war and you have to, get up to the, World War Two and I. Didn't get the Churchill's I, wanted to close their how did Churchill get along with his intelligence community which was so. Effective right give us A minute well nobody who they were see again Amedee's who you know Bletchley park little old village outside London swelled up to twenty five thousand residents and they were, all working nobody in town knew what they were doing but. They were breaking codes where the 'nigma code was broken and. Regularly then translated and reveal key phrase nobody knew who they were nobody knew? And Churchill There were, seven am I get this number run there. Were a small number, of people who had access to the? Information and its source and Winston Churchill kept, the key to the box that. It came in on his person at all times and. So, nobody knew nobody knew there was, such a thing and, and the code name for the guy was see and years after the war, there was no knowledge of. Who he was is it that say that, is the takeaway from the day sometimes sometimes even though I lack of. Producer we elegantly produce the hillsdale, dialogue that makes the point..

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"london swell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"london swell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Position in the conversation that is at odds with the dominant media elite but I remind people that I had an earlier today attorney general Patrick Morrissey of West Virginia where the president's approval rating. Is sixty five percent sixty five percent of West Virginia of the president and, so there is a vast number in? The millions of Americans who wonder why is it on every media outlet I turn on everyone agrees. John Brennan has been done wrong when I. Don't feel that way doctor and that's what I wanted to conclude with, we now have a unanimity of opinion in the major networks of America which, is very dangerous to the very first amendment. Values. We, were, talking about which is you. Don't hear a contrary opinion yeah well Hugh I'm gonna take your testimony Is your word for that because I didn't. Watch. That, but, I read the press and A different they, just rain the changes on this day after day and the. Written press and you know except People like that right and you. Know the facts are here that there's a process for assigning security clearances and, it's a privilege to get one, and Donald Trump certainly. Has the power. To take. Brennan's away and Brennan is you know. A bitter in. Me and so I don't I don't know I do I think he should have done, that I, don't know I bet he did it as you say to elevate Brennan and I think. Trump understands you know he's acting like a. Man who understands he's in an argument and it's a serious arguments they want. To take him, down And so he. Stopped there that is exactly what many people, don't realize is that Donald Trump understands they, want his, scalp bright they wanna Nixon him this isn't about beating him in twenty twenty this is about taking him out before then That's. Right and and you know if you could Step back and look, like there's a lot of things to cover here and it may be part of the art fullness of Donald Trump that. Exacerbates all this, stuff that's going, on right now 'cause you know from a I there's, no evidence that of which I know that Russia that Donald Trump colluded with Russia to win. The election in two thousand sixteen. Agreed as. It now there is no public evidence I don't I don't see any of that and that and you read Mollie Hemingway who's been writing about this slide and there's some even some admission in a filing from the special probably from. Mueller's office. That, they don't have any of that So if so then what is this about and and it is a fight unto the political death thank God we don't have the other kind in America And and so he's fighting it, like that but also I wonder you know because they're doing a lot you know I mean there's been the tax cuts and, the famous big public, things but there are regulatory. Reforms underway in the government, that have sharper focus on what the law actually empowers the agencies to do and also a, recognition at least among. Many officials I, don't know Donald Trump but? At least among many people who work for him because, some of. Them are students mind I talked to them They understand that in the end the legislative power is given to the. Congress which today makes, about ten, percent of the laws in, America and, they see, that that should be curbed that we should have accountability back, to the lawmakers and you know because then we can get other ones maybe we're about to get other ones in the fall, elections and so those, are some fundamental things and. They're going on you know, with with the purpose across many agencies and I haven't seen anything like that since the Reagan. Years is it is Tonic there are forces at work what you're so much beyond, the average commentators grasp and. And you do have to go back to, the beginning of the Republican. You do have to come forward through the conflict. In the civil war and you, have to get up to. The World War Two. And I didn't, get the Churchill's I wanted to? Close their how did Churchill get along with his intelligence community which was so affective right. Give us a minute well nobody, knew who they were gonna meet as who, you know Bletchley park little ole village outside London swelled up, to twenty five thousand residents and they were all working nobody in town knew what they were. Doing but they, were breaking codes that's where the 'nigma, code was broken and regularly then translated then reveal key phrase. Nobody knew who they were nobody knew and Churchill there were, seven am, I get this number wrong there were, a small number of people who had access to the information and its source And Winston Churchill, kept the, key to the box that it came in on his person at all times and so nobody knew nobody. Knew there was such a thing and and, the code name for the. Guy was see and years after the war there. Was no knowledge of who he, was is it that say. That is the takeaway. From the day, sometimes sometimes even though I lack?.

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