Here’s a great example of where the average normal human is today.
To be clear, I’m not talking about the guy who didn’t know what the plant was, although asking a group of strangers on the internet probably isn’t the best idea. It does demonstrate a gap in the educational system, however.
The stupid went into overdrive in the responses, where women — obese women — were commenting in the manner you can see above: to eliminate it, because it’s invasive.
I have had a theory for a while now that when we have “invasive” plants, that is strictly a man-made (and usually money-driven) limited perspective, and the reality of the situation is that nature in her abundance and wisdom is simply supplying us with what we need.
And these humans, in their abundant stupidity, are totally blind to it, pulling it up and throwing it away, and recommending others to do the same.
Bitter melon is a traditional herb used for diabetes in Ayurveda (East Indian) medicine. At the nutritional supplement company I mentioned in my previous post, we used to sell this as part of an herbal blend for diabetes that became immensely popular because it worked so well (too well, it’s actually what flagged the attention of the FDA, again not for safety reasons, but financial).
Why does this matter? Well, adult-onset diabetes — the kind that develops when you’ve been a fat-ass for so many years — is a real epidemic in this country. It’s one of the leading causes of death, right up there with heart disease and cancer (you know, other things you don’t hear about anymore since C-19 took center stage, but we know very well are still a problem, and perhaps even moreso now).
Again pointing to a severely flawed educational system (which also serves junk food to students for lunch every day), most people don’t know that type 2 diabetes is a result of obesity — fat clogs up the cells and sugar can’t get into them, so it stays in the bloodstream. Hence, high blood sugar. The industry is totally fine with people thinking “sugar” is the culprit though, and not ever getting to the root problem, because again, money.
Florida has one of the highest childhood obesity rates in the country, which is quite shocking considering they have a year-round growing climate. They could step outside at any time of the year and eat something fresh from the garden.
They could also open their eyes and acknowledge when nature is providing the remedy right in their own yard.
This is what we’re dealing with.
A people who cannot see what is right in front of them.
People who have to be told what to do every step of the way, including what to care about. The diabetes epidemic isn’t in the news 24/7 like Covid, so why would they ever think of it? Bitter melon or herbs in general are never even discussed by $cience (they can’t sell you free weeds), so why would it ever occur to them that this would be medicine?
Ah yes. Here comes good old Karen, here to save the day with her caring and intelligence by implying that my information is dangerous and shutting down further inquiry. It’s not like people could be educated on how to use this herb safely, right?
How much do you wanna bet that guy is all about the vaccines, or at least was until a few days ago when CNN said they’re not cool anymore?
Maybe it’s futile to even bother, since the owners already have the solution for this, and it’s just to kill you all with the vax.
But as long as we’re here, we might as well live like we’re going to wake up tomorrow. That is why I keep trying anyway.