suramin

Suramin can be found in trees, plants and spices which may be growing even in your front lawn!

Jason Shurka was interviewing Dr Judy Mikovits PhD., and he asked the leading question:

“Do you know of any way, to heal oneself from the injuries from the current injection? Are you aware of anything?”

Jason Shurka

ANSWER… by Dr Judy Mikovits Ph.D

There’s an antidote, because these people wouldn’t be injecting people unless they knew the answer. S U R A M I N – Suramin. This is the most important Antidote.

It’s a 100 year old essential medicine, a WHO essential medicine for African Sleeping Sickness. You can inoculate the tiniest amount of Suramin and reverse Autism!

Dr Judy Mikovits Ph.D

I love the way she says that ‘they’ wouldn’t be injecting people unless ‘they’ already knew what could be done to reverse it. But of-course ‘they’ would keep that completely secret and only use it for anyone of ‘their own people’ who somehow was subjected to the j/a/b.

Wonderful natural medicines in the world

There are so many wonderful natural medicines in the world. I love the fact that when God created this world He knew that sickness would become part of it.

Why?

Because He knew that we would move far away from the foods He designed for us. He knew they would tamper with our food supply, robbing it of all the necessary nutrients for life and health.

I always come back to the analogy of a car. I’ve used it many times, but it is so true. You wouldn’t just pour anything down the spout of your car and expect it to keep on going, would you?

No, of-course you wouldn’t!

But people of today seem to think they can consume anything they like and they don’t expect that it will make them sick!

You cannot continue to consume fake foods, day in and day out, and for your body not to react to it. Of-course it’s going to react. It’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter of when.

Our bodies are built in such a way they can withstand being treated badly for a time, but… it doesn’t go on forever.

God knew a time would come when if our passed-on grandparents or great-grandparents came back for a tour of our supermarkets, they wouldn’t recognise half the ‘food’ on the shelves!

This is a deplorable fact, and a very scary one.

I’m so thankful that we are entering into a whole new era. I believe that most of the fake foods will be removed and people will learn how to eat food they were designed to eat. Our health will be so improved… it will be wonderful.

Being ja/bb/ed with strange substances…

Being jabbed with strange substances and experiencing shedding from those individuals has become a reality in this world we live in. But God knew this would happen and provided an answer long before we required it.

Do we know the complete answer? I don’t know but I do know that God will provide.

People are living in a bubble

I believe people are so caught up in their own little bubble that they have no idea of what is going on in the real world. Many don’t want to allow their bubble to burst as they feel so safe and secure tucked away inside there. Maybe they have never moved on past their time in the womb and need to be wrapped and snug.

So because of all this people take their ‘safe and effective’ jab believing that no-one would do anything to harm them… not unless they are a murderer, or maybe a terrorists! Outside of that, they believe the governments, the medical profession and even their church leaders would never do anything to harm them.

Thankfully, God gave us wisdom in this world!

Abundant healing foods and spices containing Suramin

Here are some certain foods that are known to contain Suramin and Shikimic Acid. These are proving to be beneficial for people who have taken the jab, or those who come in contain with injected people and find they are experiencing bad symptoms.

The simplest and most common of ‘weeds’ are often the very medicine we need to counteract our ill health.

Pine Needle Tea

Suramin (as mentioned by Dr Judy Mikovits, PhD) and Shikimic acid are both found within the needles of the common pine tree.

I was reading just yesterday about the Douglas Fir pine tree. It’s considered almost a pest in New Zealand as it’s everywhere.

It loves the cold, the colder the better. Having its feet covered in snow suits it just fine. It likes to be on the cold side of the mountain and doesn’t do well on the warmer side.

But this so-called pest, this common pine tree, is packed full of goodness!

I believe the White Pine is totally safe as well. Of-course there are others but you do need to do your own research concerning the types of pines in your area. Not all are safe to make tea out of.

Directions on making Pine Needle Tea

Other foods containing Suramin:

This is handy to know if you cannot source a suitable pine tree in your area.

Fennel

I have always loved the taste of Fennel… yum! These days I get to enjoy Fennel whenever I so choose, and that’s often. That’s because I buy Fennel essential oil (100% pure, therapeutic grade) and drop a couple of drops into my bottle of water.

Every time, before I drink, I give the bottle a good shake. As we know, oil and water do not mix, but this mixes the oil into the water long enough for me to have a drink. As a fair amount can cling to the bottle, the next time I refill it I only add water. Give it a shake and there you have it, another nice bottle of Fennel water! Usually after the 2nd fill I can no longer taste the Fennel.

What a super easy way to give my body Suramin on a regular basis.

I buy my oil from doTerra because of its superior grade.

Star Anise

A strange star shaped spice that has a really nice flavour. This also can be made up into a tea. I’ve currently run out of it but once I source a good organic variety somewhere, I’m going to infuse it and make up a batch of tea to store in the fridge… can then drink it anytime without having to go through the process of making it.

Dandelions

Yes, those pesky little yellow flowers that seem to love gracing the best of lawns!

Unfortunately, the lawns that do not have any yellow flowers have often been treated with RoundUp which is about the very worst thing you can do.

I’ve seen some dandelions in a vegetable patch that were so big I could hardly believe how big they were. Lots of amazing eating benefits in those ones.

But for now, I have taken the route of buying Dandelion Tea from the Health Shop. I am not a total fan of the taste but absolutely love the aroma of it before the water hits it. Still, I do drink it occasionally.

I find one of the best ways to consume a tea that you are not so fond of is to mix it up with one or more other teas. I don’t particularly like the taste of Green Tea either, but when I infuse it together with Rooibos Tea it’s a wonderful drink. And I get the best of both worlds.

So I encourage you to play with these things. If you don’t like something one way, do something else with it until it becomes acceptable. Rooibos Tea has become our all-time favourite tea now.

So there are a few different alternatives. I have others mentioned in this post:

So necessary in this day we live in

(This page contains a link to products for purchase. If you do purchase one or more, I will receive a small remuneration. I don’t ever recommend any products that I do not believe is 100% beneficial to my clients. Of-course it helps towards keeping my website going. Thank you!)

Find a way that works for you so you can enjoy Suramin often throughout the day. Don’t forget to also check what else you need to do to build your immune system strong… it will be more than worth it in the end.

6 Thoughts to “Suramin Contained In These Unusual Foods And Spices”

  1. Jeff

    Just a point of clarification. A lawn treated with Roundup would also have no grass, as well as no dandelions, no anything. Roundup is not sprayed on lawns. Dandelion free lawns are likely treated with 2,4D which kills only broadleaf plants, not grasses.

    1. Marilyn Williams

      Ha ha Jeff… good point! Thank you for pointing that out. I would have known that with a bit more thought. 🙂

    2. Vicki

      But I know that people have sprayed round up around their yards on dandelions and thistles. Not landscapers just the people that own their homes. So if they sell their home…who knows…

  2. All parts of the dandelion are edible. When I had an organic yard full of dandelion flowers I would harvest the flowers every morning, sauté them and cook them into my scrambled eggs. And yes my neighbors thought I was crazy when they saw me collecting them. The first shoots used to be used as a spring tonic many years ago. They were ahead of their time back then.

    1. Marilyn Williams

      I love this Diana, thank you for sharing such good information. I love the fact that you are speaking from what you yourself did… excellent!
      Thank you!

    2. Vicki

      Oh my, you made me remember my brother and I when we were young. We loved pickled everything, sour the better. So we picked dandelions and split the stems washed them and put them in vinegar…sometimes eating them before they were fully pickled. 😂🤣

Leave a Comment