+ + How can a mere leaf be such a miracle medicine? You might think it was designed for that purpose!
What that is and what it does for you is covered in "A Leaf for Healing" -- published just hours ago.
As a bonus for subscribers -- in just a moment -- I'll give you more on this combination antibiotic, heart helper, and blood sugar leveler.
+ + First, I want to give you a heads up for my video blog on HealthWIRE -- next Wednesday, Feb. 27th.
On that day, you won't want to miss my report on the kid's book that propagandizes for Obamacare.
That's right, child-friendly fare for the schools and public libraries. After all, they need to know all about their "right to health care," don't they?
+ + Now what was I saying about some miracle medicine? Actually, this common leaf has a long and sacred history of being associated with healing and restoration:
"When the dove returned to him in the evening, there in its beak was a freshly plucked olive leaf! Then Noah knew that the water had receded from the earth" (NIV).
That's the kind of recession we could use today! In a later era, that restorative theme continues as the prophet Ezekiel is shown a vision of water flowing from God's temple. That water brings life:
"Fruit trees of all kinds will grow on both banks of the river. Their leaves will not wither, nor will their fruit fail. Every month they will bear fruit, because the water from the sanctuary flows to them. Their fruit will serve for food and their leaves for healing” (NIV).
Here we have the fascinating intertwining of spiritual truth with a literal, physical symbol. After all, the olive tree is, in fact, a rather unique fruit tree in providing both food and medicine.
+ + So if you do decide to try olive leaf as a supplement, remember that this simple leaf has a deeper, richer meaning that speaks of God's goodness in nature -- and much more.
Thanks so much for tuning into HealthWIRE -- and don't forget I'll have a post on Monday for you as well.
To your health!
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