THE MORNING SHOW
OPEN PHONE FRIDAY
When Anything Goes…
And Usually Does!!!
Come play doctor with us!
Patrick talks with listeners and ponders emailed questions from the audience. Call in and participate on Fridays; we’d love to hear from you!
-Patrick recaps our week of guests
-When everything you own can fit into 1 box; Patrick talks about what he was doing in 1986
-Patrick talks about his experience with drinking distilled water
-A safe way to store numismatic coins in your home
-Dealing with fleas and ticks on dogs
-A listener writes in after they listened to an old podcast of David Jubb who strongly opposes the use of colostrum. Patrick gives his opinion
-A listener is concerned about using colloidal silver after having read an article about the dangers
-Does this herb have similar benefits as the pure gum spirits? Pycnogenol is the trade name for an extract of the French maritime pine tree (Pinus maritima). A natural source of several antioxidants, Pycnogenol is often marketed as a supplement for heart and circulatory health.
-A word aboutyerba mate
-Atom Bergstrom writes in to comment on the CA drought say, “It’s so dry here the Baptists stopped baptizing. They’re issuing rain checks. And the cows are giving powdered milk.”
-Choosing the right vitamin c: Natural or synthetic; which is better?
-Which oil to use for oil pulling? Patrick uses coconut oil
-A listener calls in to talk about his love for cats and the Q laser
-What’s an ischemic stroke?
-Rob calls in from England in talk about Memon, which we discussed with Meridian Grace. Rob loves it and can feel a huge difference with it cutting out EMFs. Rob also talks about his experience with sulfur and feels his hair is growing back because of it.
-Atom Bergstrom writes in to tells us that, ” Nuts or avocados are both high in bound protein. Fruit contains more free form amino acids than beef, pork, chicken, or eggs. Bodybuilders prefer free form amino acids because they’re more easily assimilated than peptides or bound protein. Most bodybuilders don’t know free form amino acids are in fruit. They buy expensive injectable-grade free form amino acids manufactured by chemical companies in Germany or Japan. I sold them to bodybuilders when I managed a health food store in Portland, Oregon.
-Patrick, the sulfur man calls in to talk about how “NOT FUNNY” autism is. He sounds off on the CDC
and so much more!!!!
open phone friday with you and patrick, september 5, 2014, hour one