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Commercially available native plant species suitable for Coastal South Carolina.

I make Dog Food for Ninja

Homemade dog food

What can I do with my DNA? Upload your DNA that’s what!

What can you do with the DNA results you have? Many research sites allow you to upload for free, some have cost for a spicific test, but are rare.  There are many companies offering DNA testing for Mostly ancestry purposes, including leaders 23andme, AncestryDNA, and  Family TreeDNA.

  • DNA.Land is a place where you can learn more about your genome while enabling scientists to make new genetic discoveries for the benefit of humanity. Our goal is to help members to interpret their data and to enable their contribution to research. “this says I’m 2.4% Ashkenazi Jew”
  • Promethease is a literature retrieval system that builds a personal DNA report based on connecting a file of DNA genotypes to the scientific findings cited in SNPedia.    “i paid 7.00 to upload both my DNA files.”  
  • DNAGedcom   tools for 23andMe and Family Tree DNA.  Download matches, see shared segments, and other info. download to a spreadsheet.
  • allows you to Check for matches in your DNA with other people even if its other DNA testing services.
  • GEDmatch   tools for 23andMe, AncestryDNA, and Family Tree DNA.  Users can compare their DNA to everyone else in the database or to a specific individual in the database, or perform numerous other types of analyses, phase your DNA, and a lot more.
  • National Geographic Genographic Project

Your paternal line stems from a branch of R-M343 called R-M269, one of the most prolific paternal lineages across western Eurasia. R-M269 arose roughly 10,000 years ago, as the people of the Fertile Crescent domesticated plants and animals for the first time. Around 8,000 years ago, the first farmers and herders began to push east into Central Asia and north into the Caucasus Mountains. Some of them eventually reached the steppes above the Black and Caspian Seas. There, they lived as pastoral nomads, herding cattle and sheep across the grasslands, while their neighbors to the south developed yet another crucial technology in human history: bronze smelting. As bronze tools and weaponry spread north, a new steppe culture called the Yamnaya was born.

Around 5,000 years ago, perhaps triggered by a cold spell that made it difficult to feed their herds, Yamnaya men spilled east across Siberia and down into Central Asia. To the west, they pushed down into the Balkans and to central Europe, where they sought new pastures for their herds and metal deposits to support burgeoning Bronze Age commerce. Over time, their descendants spread from central Europe to the Atlantic coast, establishing new trade routes and an unprecedented level of cultural contact and exchange in western Europe.

The men from the steppes also out-competed the local men as they went; their success is demonstrated in the overwhelming dominance of the R-M269 lineage in Europe. Over 80% of men in Ireland and Wales carry the haplogroup, as do over 60% of men along the Atlantic Coast from Spain to France. The frequency of R-M269 gradually decreases to the east, falling to about 30% in Germany, 20% in Poland, and 10-15% in Greece and Turkey. The haplogroup connects all these men to still others in the Iranian Plateau and Central Asia, where between 5 and 10% of men also bear the lineage.

What Else Can I Do With My DNA Test Results?

South Carolina Low Country Good Food & Hidden Historic & Natural Places – Great Road Trips. Focus on Hwy 17 from Myrtle Beach headed South…

South Carolina Hidden Places Great Road Trips. Focus on Hwy 17 from Myrtle Beach headed South….

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  • Atalaya and Brookgreen Gardens     Atalaya Castle, now part of Huntington Beach State Park, and the sculpture garden of Brookgreen Gardens, both properties part of a large estate developed by Anna and Archer M. Huntington in the 1930s. It includes the nation’s first formal sculpture garden, Brookgreen Gardens is a large (more than 9,000-acre (3,600 ha)) nature preserve.     Huntington Beach State Park is a small coastal preserve and state park near Murrells Inlet, in Georgetown County. 

    Magnolia Beach Club and McKenzie Beach Resort

    Magnolia Beach Club and McKenzie Beach Resort

     Magnolia Beach Club and McKenzie Beach Resort in Pawley’s Island, South Carolina. The McKenzie Beach Resort was the first African American resort on the “Grand Strand” Old Magnolia Motel Pawleys Island the first Motel to allow people of color. “It’s Private Property so look as you drive by”

  • North Island, on the coast just outside historic Georgetown, South Carolina.  SHELLING AND LIGHTHOUSE CRUISE ABOARD THE CAROLINA ROVER  
  • Carolina Country Store

    Carolina Country Store

    Carolina Country Store STEP BACK IN TIME…………when you enter the Carolina Country Store. Originally built in the 1920’s, the

    Carolina Country Store

    Carolina Country Store

     Carolina Country Store has been restored to its original condition, Don’tont miss the Cornmeal & Grits Milled here on site .  11725 S Fraser St, Georgetown, SC 29440
  • Cape Romain Lighthouses are a pair of brick lighthouses on Lighthouse Island southeast of McClellanville, South Carolina. The lighthouses are on the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge. They survived Hurricane Hugo that devastated the area. The lighthouses were named to the National Register of Historic Places in 1981.
  • Hampton Plantation

    Hampton Plantation

    Hampton Plantation House and Hampton Plantation State Historic Site is a historic plantation, now a state historic site, north of McClellanville, Tucked away among live oaks and magnolias in the Santee Delta region, Hampton Plantation State Historic Site is home to the remote, final remnants of a colonial-era rice plantation1950 Rutledge Rd, 

  • Hampton Plantation

    Hampton Plantation

    McClellanville, SC 29458

  • McClellanville       is a small fishing town in Charleston County, South Carolina, United States. The population was 1,023 at the 2010 census.  Stroll along the sidewalk on Pinckney Street. Historic clapboard homes shaded by grand oaks line the town’s main corridor. Browse through the handful of shops and then have lunch at T.W. Graham & Co., which features a menu of dishes made with the harvest from the chef’s own crab pots.

  • St. James Church, Santee, c 1768, also known as St. James Episcopal Church, Santee, is a historic church located in a remote portion of Francis Marion National Forest in Charleston County.  In January 1687 a group of French

    St. James Church, Santee, c 1768

    St. James Church, Santee, c 1768

    Protestant (Huguenot) immigrants ventured up the Santee River and found a 30-foot high limestone bluff where they sheltered beneath a sail until they could construct a more substantial building “in the Carolina fashion.” Although Wambaw Church stands alone on the old King’s Highway among the
    pines and oaks of the forest, it was once the center of a busy center.     
  • NOTE: Old Georgetown Road between south bank of the South Santee River and SC 45, about 6.6 miles (10.6 km) in length. It represents one of longest surviving unpaved sections of a colonial-era road network that extended all the way from Charleston, South Carolina to Boston, Massachusetts.
    33°09′15″N 79°28′46″W       
  • SeeWee Shell Ring  This shell ring in Awendaw is over 4000 years old… National Forest

     walk the Sewee Shell ring

    walk the Sewee Shell ring

    and walk the Sewee Shell ring interpretive trail  to learn more.  7915-7941 Gull Bay, Awendaw, SC 29429

    Ninja loves this place!

    Ninja loves this place!

  • The Sewee Visitor and Environmental Education Center offers a variety of programs designed to introduce visitors to the unique heritage and natural history of South Carolina’s Lowcountry.
  • The Center for Birds of Prey, Awendaw. dedicated to conservation through education… see more than 100 birds of prey…      The Center for Birds of Prey 4719 Highway 17N Awendaw, SC 29429
  • I’on Swamp Interpretive Trail A fascinating walk through a wetland world, this historic, self-guided, interpretive trail traverses embankments built as far back as the 1700s. The embankments and ditches were built to create a patchwork of fields for rice production during the lucrative rice era of the low country.

  • Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, From the Sewee Indians to pirates, from a Confederate tower to two nineteenth-century lighthouses, Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge houses a rich history across the refuge’s maze of tidal creeks, marshes, and barrier islands.  Visitor Center: The Sewee Visitor and Environmental Education Center are located ¼ mile north of the refuge office on U.S. Highway 17 North. Sewee Center 5821 Highway 17 North Awendaw, SC 29429   
  • Buck Hall Recreation Area offers a premier location to enjoy the outdoors. It is situated along the Intracoastal Waterway and provides great access to Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, 65,000 acres of marsh, tidal creeks and beaches; and Bulls Bay, the coast’s best shrimp baiting area.  Buckhalll Landing Rd, McClellanville, SC 29458
  • Morris Island Light  Morris Island Light is a lighthouse on Morris Island in South Carolina. he Morris Island Light, located on Morris Island, at the entrance to the harbor of Charleston, SC, was one of the colonial lights turned over to the Federal Government under the terms of the act of August 7, 1789. The light stands on the southern side of the entrance to Charleston Harbor, Head to Folly Beach and take a left onto East Ashley Avenue and then follow it to the end. Find a legal spot to park your car and hit the trail. It starts here.
  • Castle Pinckney – Castle Pinckney was a small masonry fortification constructed by the United States government by 1810, in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina.It is collapsing into the sea. It was abandoned in 1951 by the National Park Service and left to rot in the spoils of the salt air, sea and wind.
  • Fort Moultrie    The first fort on Sullivan’s Island, constructed of palmetto logs and sand, was still incomplete when Commodore Sir Peter Parker of the Royal Navy and nine British men-of-war attacked it on June 28, 1776. After a nine-hour battle, the ships were forced to retire. Charlestown was saved from British occupation, and the fort was named in honor of its commander, Colonel William Moultrie. In May 1780 the British finally captured Charlestown, including Fort Moultrie, finally evacuating the city in December 1782 as the Revolution entered its final year. After the Revolution, Fort Moultrie was neglected, and by 1791 little of it remained.
  • The Battery (Charleston)      The Battery is a landmark defensive seawall and promenade in Charleston, South Carolina.

    The Battery (Charleston)

    The Battery (Charleston)

  • Named for a civil-war coastal defense artillery battery at the site, it stretches along the lower shores of the Charleston peninsula, bordered by the Ashley and Cooper Rivers, which meet here to form Charleston harbor. Historically, it has been understood to extend from the beginning of the seawall at the site of the former Omar Shrine Temple (40-44 East Bay Street) to the intersection of what is now Murray Boulevard and King Street.
  •  Angel Oak, Johns Island is a Southern live oak

    Angel Oak, Johns Island is a Southern live oak

    Angel Oak, Johns Island is a Southern live oak (Quercus virginiana)

     Angel Oak, Johns Island is a Southern live oak

    Angel Oak, Johns Island is a Southern live oak

    located in Angel Oak Park on Johns Island near CharlestonSouth Carolina. The tree is believed to be around 400-1000 years old.

  • List of National Historic Landmarks in South Carolina
  • National Register of Historic Places listings in Charleston County, South Carolina

  •  The ACE Basin, is also one of its largest, encompassing a massive 350,000 acres. The ACE Basin is named for the three rivers – the Ashepoo, Combahee and Edisto Rivers – that converge here and drain into St. Helena Sound which spills into the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Bull Island Boneyard Beach has seven pristine miles of completely undeveloped beach.

  • Capers Island, South Carolina undeveloped barrier island located about 15 miles north of Charleston between Dewees Island and the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge. The island lies about three miles from the mainland, is approximately three miles in length, and only accessible by boat. It encompasses 850 acres of maritime uplands, 214 acres of front beach, 1,090 acres of salt marsh, and over 100 acres of brackish water impoundments.

  • Magnolia Plantation of Charleston, SC: Founded in 1676, Magnolia Plantation has the honor of being known as the oldest public tourist site in the Lowcountry and the oldest public gardens in America.
  • The Gullah/Geechee Nation exist from Jacksonville, NC to Jacksonville, FL.  It encompasses all of the Sea Islands and thirty to thirty-five miles inland to the St. John’s River.  On these islands, people from numerous African ethnic groups linked with indigenous Americans and created the unique Gullah language and traditions from which later came “Geechee.”   The Gullah/Geechee people have been considered “a nation within a nation” from the time of chattel enslavement in the United States until they officially became an internationally recognized nation on July 2, 2000.   At the time of their declaration as a nation, they confirmed the election of their first “head pun deboddee”-head of state and official spokesperson and queen mother.  They elected Queen Quet, Chieftess and Head-of-State for the Gullah/Geechee Nation (
  • The ruins of Old Sheldon Church are the most visited attraction in Yemassee, The grounds include the ruins of the church, a historic old cemetery, large live oak trees with lots of Spanish moss and a great opportunity for a picnic in the shade. Park across the street.
  • ruins of Old Sheldon Church

    ruins of Old Sheldon Church

    ruins of Old Sheldon Church

    ruins of Old Sheldon Church

  • Daufuskie Island is a barrier island along coastal South Carolina between Hilton Head Island and Savannah, Georgia. It’s a place you can only get to by boat. They have 5 unique, well decorated and well-equipped cottages
  • The Kingdom of Oyotunji African Village covers 27 acres and has, well, we don’t know exactly how many citizens (5 to 9 families in the last ten years, according to one tipster). Oyotunji is not part of the United States, according to King (Oba) Ofuntola Oseijeman Adelabu Adefunmi I, who founded it in 1970 and moved it to its present site near Sheldon because its old neighbors complained about the tourists.  Kingdom of Oyotunji African Village 56 Bryant Ln. Sheldon, SC
  • Othe Places in South Carolina

  • God’s Acre Healing Springs is located on SC-3 about three miles north of Blackville, South Carolina. The spring is available 24 hours a day.
  • Vien Quang Buddhist Monastery of Clover, SC was founded in July of 2012.  a Vietnamese Mahayana Buddhist monastery with a large temple, and 22 acres of grounds to explore. 1038-1044 Galway Ln, Clover, South Carolina. Visiting hours were recently posted as Saturday and Sunday 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.    
  • The Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden, Bishopville is located at 145 Broad Acres Road, Bishopville, SC, 29010..

Food Worth the drive

  • Grace & Grit, Mt Pleasant.  Creatively flavored grits accompany the surf ‘n’ turf at this area-sourced Southern specialist. Local ingredients, 15 different flavors of South Carolina Grits.    320 Wingo Way, Mt Pleasant,
  • Grace & Grit, Mt Pleasant

    Grace & Grit

  • Jestine’s Kitchen, 251 Meeting Street, Charleston.  Old-school eatery serving fried chicken, gumbo & other Southern classics in a cozy storefront.
  • The Cabana Cafe is right on the beach, at the Litchfield Inn,
  • Sun City Cafe Myrtle Beach  This place is super good!, first place I ever had a fish taco, they have a burrito w mashed potatoes as an ingredient, Mexican, Gluten Free Options, Vegetarian-Friendly     801 Main St, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • Callie’s Hot Little Biscuits – Charleston.    476 King St, Charleston, SC 29403
  • Hog Heaven BBQ & Raw Bar, Pawleys Island.Rustic, a homespun destination for seafood & BBQ with indoor seating, & outdoor picnic tables & a popular buffet.   7147 Ocean Hwy, Pawleys Island, SC 29585  
  • McClellanville Diner, Mc Clellanville.  A casual, roadside eatery with plenty of local character. Fresh seafood, veggies of the day, grits, homemade soups, sandwiches, Southern and Lowcountry cuisine. The fried shrimp and red rice are tops.   9905 N Hwy 17. Mc Clellanville, SC 29458
  • Seewee Restaurant, Awendaw.    Southern-style Local seafood, local farm to table veggies, sinful homemade desserts, & other fried fares in a casual joint with checkered tables & homey decor.  4808 N Hwy 17, Awendaw, SC 29429  Video on the travel channel click here.
  •  SEWEE OUTPOST, Awendaw.   the kitchen specializes in homemade southern foods. Made from scratch biscuits every morning and various specials for lunch. sandwiches feature fresh bakery bread and top quality ingredients. The deli meat is Boar’s Head brand Fantastic homemade chicken, shrimp or egg salads. A freezer is stocked with goodies including local meats, “Darling Farm meat cuts” veggies, desserts, and of course our famous cheese biscuits! The dry shelves are stocked with a variety of jams, jellies, sauces, marinades, and honey.
  • Jack’s Cosmic Dogs, Mt Pleasant.    Kitschy space-themed spot serving hot dogs topped with creative condiments, plus sides & ice cream.   2805 N Hwy 17, Mt Pleasant, SC 29466
  • Jack's Cosmic Dogs, Mt Pleasant. 

    Jacks Cosmic Dogs

  • Captain John’s Seafood Grill, Pawleys Island,   Comfortable, a booth-lined place with a Boston maritime theme & specialties like haddock, Ipswich Whole Belly Clams “My Favorite” & lobster rolls. 13057 Ocean Highway Pawleys Island, SC 29585  
  • Wreck of the Richard & Charlene, Mt Pleasant What you do get are paper plates filled with fresh local seafood 106 Haddrell St, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464
  • Lost Dog Cafe, Folly Beach. Lost Dog Cafe is to Folly as a biscuit is to the gravy.  People talk about friendly service, huevos rancheros and best shrimp and grits. My order is a cinnamon bun “made in house” and a side of Boars Head Bacon, and a House Coffee, “Dogs allowed outside
  • Lost Dog Cafe Folly Beach SC

    Lost Dog Cafe Folly Beach SC

  • PLT – Pine Lakes Tavern, Myrtle Beach.  Myrtle Beach First Non-Smoking Sports Bar, This rustic, smoke-free sports bar serving locally sourced food, daily specials on the Chalk Board Menu, has deck seating on a lake & entertainment, great food, good times. Dogs allowed on the patio.  5201 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
  • Bummz Beach Cafe, Myrtle Beach. Ocean Front  Laid-back American eatery with a large patio, ocean views & a menu of seafood, steak & burgers.  Indoor, and outdoor seating, great good, fantastic views.
  • Manny’s Subs  Manny’s deli was founded in 1993 by the Ardeljan family: Jon, Mary and their children Manny, Manuela and Marinela. Still solely operated by the family, Manny’s has blossomed into a thriving business, offering fresh subs, salads, sandwiches, and wraps. A local and tourist favorite, Manny’s always offering freshly sliced meats and made to order food.  5702 S Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
  • Donzelle’s RestaurantConway.  Located at 1703 Main St, Conway, SC 29526
  • Tomato Shed Cafe is located on Main Road on Johns Island and inside the Stone Market. farm-to-table restaurant
  •  Harold’s Country Club, Yemassee. located inside this converted filling station at 97 Highway 17 & 21 in Yemassee. This is a one of a kind ICONIC restaurant.
  • Mill Pond Steak House in Boykin.  open only for dinner and only Tuesday – Saturday nights.   84 State Rd S-28-2, Rembert, SC 29128.


Ferry to Daufuskie Island 

  • Auld Mound, or Yough Hall Plantation Shell Ring (38CH41) – Late Archaic shell ring, listed in National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).[10]
  • Barrows (38BU300) – Late Archaic shell ring.[11][12]
  • Bull Island (38BU475) – Shell ring of undetermined date.[13]
  • Buzzard’s Island Site (38CH23) – Late Archaic shell ring, listed in NRHP.[14]
  • Chester Field (38BU29) – Late Archaic shell ring, listed in NRHP.[15]
  • Coosaw Island (38BU1866) – Four shell rings, two conjoined, at least three are Late Archaic.[16]
  • Crow Island (38CH60) – “C”-shaped mound, possible shell ring.[17]
  • Fig Island Site (38CH42) – Three Late Archaic shell rings, one with several attached rings, listed in NRHP, National Historic Landmark (NHL).
  • Guerard Point (38BU21) Reported as a ring in 1897, now completely leveled.[18]
  • Hanckel Mound, or Leadenwah Creek Mount (38CH7) – Late Archaic shell ring, listed in NRHP.[19]
  • Horse Island (38CH14) – Late Archaic shell ring, listed in NRHP.[20]
  • Lighthouse Point Shell Ring, or Parrot’s Point Shell Ring (38CH12) – Late Archaic shell ring, listed in NRHP.[21]
  • Patent (38BU301) – Late Archaic shell ring.[11][22]
  • Sea Pines (38BU7) – Late Archaic shell ring, listed in NRHP.[23]
  • Sewee Mound (38CH45) – Late Archaic shell ring, listed in NRHP.[24]
  • Skull Creek (38BU8) – Two conjoined Late Archaic shell rings, listed in NRHP.[25]
  • Stratton Place (38CH24) – Late Archaic shell ring.[26]


Google map from Myrtle Beach with some of these listed on it

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Prevent or Fight Cancer, Feel Better, Live Longer

As some of you know i had cancer and was given a few months to live, that was over 20 years ago i wanted to share some of what i do to help prevent it from ever happening to me again.   Wes

1. Eat whole foods! Read More here –>> 

2. Take a daily Probiotic. Very Important!

3. Do not touch added sugar – glucose or High Fructose Corn Syrup!!!

4. Avoid mass market cows´ dairy (unpasteurised milk from grass fed cattle does, however, have advantages)

Bacteria : Science is in the nascent stages of understanding how our physical and mental health is interlocked with the vitality of the population of bacteria that live with us. We know fermented vegetables are a piece of the puzzle not only in keeping probiotics in our diet, and therefore in our gut, but also in the changes that overcome the vegetables that make their nutrients more available for our bodies to absorb.

1icon111wa 1icon112Turmeric : Curcumin—a derivative of turmeric, and the pigment that gives the curry spice turmeric its yellow-orange color—has been extensively researched
Curcumin appears to be universally useful for just about every type of cancer, and has the most evidence-based literature supporting its use against cancer of any nutrient
It has the ability to modulate genetic activity and expression, both by destroying cancer cells, and by promoting healthy cell function
Research has also shown that it works synergistically with certain chemotherapy drugs, enhancing the elimination of cancer cells add turmeric to your medicine cabinet. Polysaccharrdes It’s a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, it lowers cholesterol, and it fights atherosclerosis.

“I start every day with a bout 5 Apricot Kernels and some water to chew with so i don’t taste them, Wesley”

1icon112Apricot kernel : An apricot kernel is the seed of an apricot. It is known for containing amygdalin, a compound which, together with the similar compound laetrile, has been marketed as a cancer treatment.  Laetrile is the patented drug made from the natural compound amygdalin, found in the seeds of many fruits, such as apricot, plum and peach pits, apple seeds, and quince, as well as in almonds. Laetrile is also known as Amigdalina B-17 or vitamin B17, although there is very little evidence it warrants classification as a vitamin. Amygdalin contains glucose, benzaldehyde, and cyanide. Cyanide is believed to be the active cancer-toxic ingredient in Laetrile. However, cyanide is toxic to all cells, so Laetrile’s overall toxicity is a concern.3

“I take wheatgrass every day” Wesley”wgtb543

1icon112wheatgrassjuiceWheatgrass : It has been proven that consuming wheatgrass helps cancer patients by boosting up the immune system,

74-year-old Danny McDonald of Dunaff, Ireland, that he had stomach cancer so severe that it would likely kill him within three months, he decided to ignore their advice to undergo toxic chemotherapy treatments and instead embrace a nutritional approach to healing. Four years later and Danny is doing great, thanks to daily protocol he adopted that involves juicing and drinking wheatgrass, a nutrient-dense “superfood” with a variety of amazing health benefits.

1icon112Pumpkin Seeds : should be eaten raw. If you choose to purchase seeds from a bulk bin, make sure they smell fresh – not musty, spoiled or stale, which could indicate rancidity or the presence of fungal mycotoxins. Organic pumpkin seeds are preferred, as they will not be contaminated with pesticides or other harmful chemicals.

1icon112Mushrooms   Maitake, Shiitake, Cordyceps, Reishi, Coriolus, Phellinus linteus and others.

“i took and still take mushroom everyday, Wesley”

1icon112mush675Medicinal Mushrooms contain high levels of glycoproteins and polysaccharides (Beta Glucan Polysaccharide being a particularly active health contributor). Research, including 4 Nobel Prizes, shows that glycoproteins can help cellular communications. So they help your hormones do their job better, they help receptor sites receive the messages they are supposed to receive, and they help your immune system see the rogue cells and differentiate them from the healthy cells. (Click here to read about Glycoproteins – the coming cancer treatment)

(Chris Woollams. CANCERactive) Research on the subject of medicinal mushrooms is consistent and very clear: Depending upon the variety, they….MedicinalMush
* increase survival times in research trials with breast, lung and prostate cancer patients,

* can shrink cancer tumours by up to 70 per cent (some extracts even caused cancers to disappear)

* stimulate the immune system, for example increasing macrophage activity or stimulating B- and T-lymphocyte production

* reduced blood supply to prostate cancer tumours, and,

* reduced side-effects of radiotherapy and chemotherapy (like nausea and hair loss).

It all depends which you mushroom extract you choose, how concentrated it is, and whether you use complementary doses of vitamin C and other such natural compounds.

Personally, I believe every cancer patient should take an extract of a medicinal mushroom. Like astragalus and vitamin D, these compounds act in a complementary way to help you increase your personal odds of beating cancer.

The ability to combat cancer is not a claim made lightly, but dandelion seems to show promise in study after study after study. Dandelion may slow cancer’s growth and prevent it from spreading. The leaves are especially rich in the antioxidants and phytonutrients that combat cancer.
Other Names:
Blowball, Cankerwort, Cochet, Common Dandelion, Couronne de Moine, Dandelion Extract, Dandelion Herb, Délice Printanier, Dent-de-Lion, Diente de Leon, Dudal, Endive Sauvage, Fausse Chicorée, Florin d’Or, Florion d’Or, Herba Taraxaci, Laitue de Chien, Leontodon taraxacum, Lion’s Teeth, Lion’s Tooth, Pisse au Lit, Pissenlit, Pissenlit Vulgaire, Priest’s Crown, Pu Gong Ying, Salade de Taupe, Swine Snout, Taraxaci Herba, Taraxacum, Taraxacum dens-leonis, Taraxacum officinale, Taraxacum vulgare, Tête de Moine, Wild Endive.

I ate bags of carrots when i was beating cancer. Wesley”carrotshl

1icon112Organic Carrots  Studies have shown carrots reduce the risk of lung cancer, breast cancer and colon cancer. Researchers have just discovered falcarinol and

falcarindiol which they feel cause the anticancer properties. Falcarinol is a natural pesticide produced by the carrot that protects its roots from fungal diseases. Carrots are one of the only common sources of this compound. A study showed 1/3 lower cancer risk by carrot-eating mice. The high level of beta-carotene acts as an antioxidant to cell damage done to the body through regular metabolism.  It help slows down the aging of cells.

Read more:

1icon112Organic Sunflower Seeds  provide a rich source of vitamins E and B-1, as well as copper. Adding nuts and seeds to your diet benefits your health. Individuals who consume these foods on a regular basis enjoy a lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease or type 2 diabetes, according to the Linus Pauling Institute

1icon112Organic Tomatoes Lycopene, is not just an excellent anti-oxidant, it binds to fats in the body and helps remove them. Linked to lower rates of prostrate cancer and reduced systems. Eat tomatoes, especially cooked tomatoes.




1icon112Pulses  100 years ago 30 per cent of our protein came from pulses. Now it´s only 2 per cent. Beans, peas, chickpeas, kidney beans, soya etc

Milk Tthistle : Numerous, very well-designed clinical trials have validated the therapeutic efficacy of milk thistle in improving and supporting healthy liver function. The German equivalent of the FDA considers milk thistle seeds as an acceptable treatment for liver health.



1icon112Supplements : Researchers suggested  certain natural compounds ‘that can be taken as supplements’ . Many of these compounds (like suphoraphanes, resveratrol, curcumin, piperine, vitamin E – the one with all 8 natural components – vitamin A, genistein, choline, theanine, EGCG in green tea.

Exercise plays an important role. There are meta-studies showing that light, daily exercise is linked to greater survival rates. This ‘exercise’ does not have to be strenuous – it can include T’ai Chi, yoga and brisk walking, for example. The important point is that 30 minutes every day is linked to improved survival.

Weight control: People who are overweight and/or obese develop more cancers and survive least. But the good news is that research by NorthWestern Medical School showed that if you controlled your weight loss back to normal levels, your survival times increased.

The Following i did when i had cancer and my Aunt also did it, we had to “grow our own” but now you can buy it pre made at store.  Wesley”    

Kombucha tea  

The name1icon112  kombucha [(Chinese: chájūn (茶菌), Japanese: kōcha-kinoko (紅茶キノコ), Korean: hongchabeoseotcha (홍차버섯차), Russian: chaynyy grib (чайный гриб)] refers to any of a variety of preparations of fermented, lightly effervescent sweetened black or green tea drinks that are commonly used as functional beverages for their as yet unsubstantiated health benefits. Kombucha is produced by fermenting tea using a “symbiotic ‘colony’ of bacteria and yeast” (SCOBY). Actual contributing microbial 1557465_10151823128005940_614256808_n populations in SCOBY cultures vary, but the yeast component generally includes Saccharomyces and other species, and the bacterial component almost always includes

health-benefits-of-kombucha-800x597 Gluconacetobacter xylinus to oxidize yeast-produced alcohols to acetic and other acids.

Beverages referred to as kombucha originated around 5,000 years ago in China, though the English word can only be traced to 1991 and is of uncertain etymology. Historically, kombucha has been home- or locally-brewed; in the late 1990s, commercially bottled kombucha became available in North American retail stores.

Although kombucha has been claimed to be a cure for many diseases, and to confer a wide range of health benefits, there is no good evidence to support these claims.[1][2] There are several documented cases of adverse effects related to kombucha drinking, and there is the potential for contamination during home preparation.[2] A systematic review found the mostly uncle

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  • 1icon112PQQ Pyrroloquinoline Quinone it Promotes Mitochondrial Biogenesis, Supports Heart and Cognitive Functions
    PQQ (pyrroloquinoline quinone) is an important antioxidant, that promotes the creation of new mitochondria, along with supporting heart health and cognitive function.
  • Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant.
    Glutathione is a natural substance found in varying degrees in all cells, tissues, organ systems and fluids in the body. It is a tripeptide compound, made up of three amino acids: cysteine, glycine and glutamic acid. Glutathione is best known for its role as a powerful antioxidant.
    The body naturally produces glutathione, but levels are known to decrease with age. Factors such as poor diet, strenuous exercise, being overweight and certain health conditions can also affect glutathione levels.
  • 1icon112A powerful antioxidant and glutathione precursor.
    N-acetyl cysteine is a specially modified form of the essential amino acid cysteine.
    Helps the body make glutathione, one of the most important antioxidant enzymes.
    May help the body maintain healthy homocysteine levels, which is important for heart health.
    Has been shown to support lung and bronchial health.*
    May support healthy immune system function.*
  • 1icon112A little-known Chinese herb might be eligible for the growing list of alternative cancer treatments. According to studies published in Life Sciences, Cancer Letters, and Anticancer Drugs, artemesinin, a derivative of the wormwood plant commonly used in Chinese medicine, can kill off cancer cells and do it at a rate of 12,000 cancer cells for every healthy cell.
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  • Carnivora® is the 100% pure extract from the Venus Flytrap plant and was developed by Dr. Helmut G. Keller in the late 1970’s in Europe.  In 1988, the active component of Carnivora®, “plumbagin,” was isolated. It has proven itself to be, in vivo and in vitro (in live subjects and in the laboratory), a powerful immuno-stimulant, stimulating cytokines and also inhibiting protein kinases, thus stopping abnormal cell growth (that doesn’t belong in the human body). Several celebrities have used Carnivora® including former president Ronald Reagan, who requested that Carnivora® be sent to the White House in 1985. Carnivora® is now sold around the world. This plant is packed with 17 naturally occurring compounds with far reaching implications that are 100% compatible with the human body. Additionally Carnivora® has a very potent effect an “immuno-modulating” compound. (Molecular Recognition, European Symposium, 1988 et. al.,   B.Kreher, A. Neszmelyi, K. Polos, H. Wagner) –


  • Long before the first Europeans stepped off the ship, Native Americans were making dumplings, raisins, drinks and poultices with the large, sweet bunches of grapes called “Cherokee muscadine-1muscadines.” In 1524, Giovanni da Verrazzano (a Florentine navigator who explored the Cape Fear River valley for France) first spotted muscadines in North Carolina. He wrote in his logbook that he saw “many vines growing naturally there.”  Also known as “scuppernong,” muscadines are bronze or a purple black color and tend to be larger, stronger and have thicker skins than traditional grapes. Found in Southeastern states from Texas to Georgia and up to North Carolina, muscadine grapes appear in all types of local recipes – Normal grapes have 19 pairs of chromosomes, but muscadines actually have an extra pair of chromosomes! –  “Laboratory experiments show that an extract of the skin of muscadine grapes can inhibit growth of prostate cancer cells in the laboratory.” “Using a series of human prostate cancer cells, representing different stages of prostate cancer progression, the researchers showed that Muscadine Skin Extract (MSKE) significantly inhibits the growth of cancerous, but not normal, prostate cells, primarily by inducing a process called apoptosis, or programmed cell death.” “The fact that all of the cells studied, which cover the different stages of prostate cancer tumor progression, responded to MSKE suggests that the active compounds in this extract may inhibit tumor development at very early stages.” “Although MSKE has significant inhibitory effects on the prostate cancer cell lines, it did not alter the growth variables of normal human primary prostate cells. This strongly suggests that the effects of MSKE may be specific for transformed cells, even at early stages, and that MSKE may be potentially very useful as a chemopreventive agent.” –
  • Read More  Anticancer and Cancer Chemopreventive Potential of Grape Seed Extract and Other Grape-Based Products


  • chrysin, Chrysin is a naturally occurring flavone, a type of flavonoid. It is found in the passion flowers Passiflora caerulea and Passiflora incarnata, and in Oroxylum indicum.
  • coriolus versicolor, Turkey tail Mushroom Fungus
  • diindolymethane, Diindolymetano, Diidolylméthane, DIM, 3,3′-Diindolylmethane. 3,3′-Diindolylmethane is a compound derived from the digestion of indole-3-carbinol, found in cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage and kale.
  • quercetin, is a flavonol found in many fruits, vegetables, leaves and grains. It can be used as an ingredient in supplements, beverages, or foods
  •  selenium methionine –is a naturally occurring amino acid. The L-selenomethionine enantiomer is the main form of selenium found in Brazil nuts, cereal grains, soybeans, and grassland legumes



5 top heart health supplements

Coenzyme Q10
Fish oil
Red yeast rice
Vitamin D3



The Rainbow diet is about being SENSIBLE about sugar. Natural plant sugars are bound to be consumed. But added, empty calorie, sugar is not. 6 meals a day are eaten as a minimum. Such ´grazing´ and a lack of glucose and High Fructose Corn Syrup from fizzy soft drinks, no cakes, biscuits, chocolate, ice cream and so on, is sensible eating. But the strength of the Rainbow Diet is What You Eat – not what you leave out – the diet uses a host of epigenetic bioactive compounds – primarily the pigments in fruit and vegetables, to protect and correct.

There is more research of relevance:

1. In Cancer Watch we have covered about six research studies over the last three years all pointing to the fact that people with the highest levels of blood glucose develop more cancer, and those with cancer and high blood glucose levels have the poorest survival rates. But this is hardly surprising –  uniquely, cancer cells feed on glucose. Research on high fructose corn syrup suggests it may be even worse (Click Here)

2. When it comes to fat, research from the VITAL study (Cancer Watch; November 2012) from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Centre in Seattle showed that bad fats could drive the recurrence of breast cancer while fish oils could prevent it.

3.  Research in the Oncologist. (2013;18(1):97-103; Champ et al – click here) showed that Calorie Restriction may well improve survival times for those undergoing radiotherapy and even chemotherapy, and clinical trials are planned.

You can read more about CANCERactive´s views on ´A Diet for Chemotherapy´ by Clicking HERE. You can read more about the Rainbow Diet by Clicking HERE.

This article is about the use of ´The Ketogenic Diet´. Although past work has focused on the Ketogenic Diet with brain tumours, this anti-cancer diet seems to have potential with almost any solid cancer.

Brain and other solid tumours

Let us start with a short review of research.

Brain and other solid tumours thrive on glucose – there are several research studies confirming this:

a. Researchers Seefried and Mukherjee from the Biology Department of Boston College first proposed in 2005 that brain tumour cells were inflexible in that they could use glucose but not ketones as an energy source, unlike flexible healthy cells which could use either. They argued that metabolic therapy was the way forward as little progress had been made with drugs for five decades.

b. Researchers from Ohio State University Cancer Center showed that a molecule miR-451 switches off in the absence of glucose and shuts down ´the engine of the tumour´ but causes the brain tumour to grown and spread where there is an abundance of glucose.

c In January 2009 researchers from Johns Hopkins noted that there was a strong link between hyperglycemia and cancer risk; and after following brain cancer patients they concluded that those with the highest blood glucose levels survived least. They also concluded this was likely to hold true for most cancers (Cancer Watch 2009; Click Here).

d. In 2009 researchers discovered that insulin resistance was linked to breast cancer. Where women had higher levels of blood glucose as a result, their breast cancer risk increased 1.7 times (Cancer Watch;Click Here).

e In 2010 researchers from the NCI showed that metformin, the diabetes drug which reduces blood sugar levels, was linked to lowered levels of lung cancer in studies (Cancer Watch; Click Here).

f. MD Anderson (November 2012) have shown that a protein, Pyruvate Kinase M2 (PMK2), which is active during infancy, is turned back on by cancer tumours and activates what they called The Warburg effect (after the Nobel Prize winner). They state, ´any solid cancer tumors, but in particular brain cancers, will use PMK2 to activate glycolysis´ (the burning of glucose to provide energy for cancer cells). (Nature Cell Biology – Weiwei Yang, Ph.D., Yanhua Zheng, Ph.D., Yan Xia, Ph.D., and Haitao Ji, Ph.D.)

g. In research by Elizabeth Maher et al March 2012, NMR in Biomedicine, the conclusion reached was that glucose was essential to a brain tumour but other sources from inside the cell, like glutamine, may also provide ´reserve´ energy.

Despite all this, all too often patients are given foods like ice cream, sugary tea, sugared buns and Ribena whilst lying in their post-operation beds. This is crazy. In fact, ten years ago I talked to Catherine´s oncologists about starving the brain of glucose. They actually laughed.




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Anti Aging Super Secret Ingredients :


3 top picks from the Super Secret Ingredients For Anti Aging:

3 top picks from the Super Secret Ingredients For Anti Aging:

I have researched why the skin ages, gets wrinkles, and age spots, here are 3 top picks from the Super Secret Ingredients For Anti Aging:

1. Antarcticine stimulates the formation of collagen I and IV as well as elastin.

$35.00  ISOMERS® Moisture Rich Antarcticine Cream 1.86 oz

$11.95 Signature Club A Antarcticine Eye Gel for Puffiness and Bags

$38.50 Peptide Eye Serum Target Crow’s Feet & Wrinkles Around the Eyes Lifts and Firms, Youthful Eye Contour Retinol, Acetyl Hexapeptide 30, Inyline, Antarcticine Skin Perfection



2. Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 Helps stimulate collagen synthesis, firms skin and overrides the effects of Matrix Metalloproteinase (MMP) enzymes that contribute to skin aging.

1$3.95 Retinol-Pro Advanced Regenerating Formula – Overnight Defense Night Cream 1.7 oz

$20.95 Botox Alternative- -Snake Peptide, Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 Peptide , 5% Vitamin B3 Niacinamide, B5, E , C & 1% Retinol Dmae ,Hyaluronic Acid Anti-aging, Best Wrinkle Cream, Serum Repair, Boost Collagen 1.oz Pump

1icon1123.Phytoceramides a super-strong antioxidant that drastically retards the rate at which free radicals damage your skin. They also boost your collagen and elastin production by triggering powerful peptide blends.  

Even the FDA has approved it as a dietary supplement after it was proven to be 100% safe and effective in clinical studies**.


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According to Dr. Harold Lancer, one of L.A’s top dermatologist to the stars, exfoliation every day is key to bright, glowing and younger looking skin, but not the standard scrubs, which is sandpaper in a bottle.  Dr. Lancer’s customers include Beyoncé, Ellen DeGeneres, Ryan Seacrest, Scarlett Johansson and more.



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Below is a list of compounds worth researching …..


ASTAXANTHIN is a reddish pigment that belongs to a group of chemicals called carotenoids. It occurs naturally in certain algae and causes the pink or red color in salmon, trout, lobster, shrimp, and other seafood. Astaxanthin is used for treating Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, “brain attack” (stroke), high cholesterol, and an eye condition called age-related macular degeneration (AMD). It is also used for preventing cancer. Astaxanthin is applied directly to the skin for protection against sunburn. How does it work? Astaxanthin is an antioxidant. This effect might protect cells from damage. Astaxanthin might also improve the way the immune system functions.

Palmitoyl Oligopeptide
A synthetic peptide complex that acts as a cellular messenger to stimulate collagen and Hyaluronic Acid to increase skin elasticity and tone.
Palmitoyl Pentapeptide-4
A synthetic protein fragment that stimulates collagen synthesis in the skin and the formation of skin glycosaminoglycans (i.e., Hyaluronic Acid). Licensed under U.S. Pat. No. 6,492,326.
Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-7
A synthetic peptide complex that acts as a cellular messenger to stimulate collagen and Hyaluronic Acid to increase skin elasticity and tone.
Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5
Helps stimulate collagen synthesis, firms skin and overrides the effects of Matrix Metalloproteinase (MMP) enzymes that contribute to skin aging.
Pro-Vitamin B5; a B-complex vitamin present in all living cells. A constituent of co-enzyme A (Krebs cycle enzyme). Promotes tissue healing. Used as a humectant.
Derived from Papaya, this enzyme digests keratin protein, though not as strong as Bromelain from Pineapple.
Parietaria Officinalis Extract
An extract obtained from the leaves and stem of Parietaria Officinalis. Used as an emollient, particularly in baby creams and lotions. Passiflora Incarnata Extract – ‘Passionflower’ Anti-inflammatory properties useful in treating skin irritations due to acne breakouts.
Also known as 2-Pyrrolidone-5- Carboxylic Acid, PCA is an excellent humectant and is naturally found in the skin.
PEG-10 Sunflower Glycerides
A botanically-derived emollient obtained from high oleic Sunflower Seed Oil to leave skin feeling smooth and soft.
PEG-100 Stearate
An emulsifying agent.
PEG-12 Dimethicone
A skin protectant that leaves a velvety feel to the skin.
PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil
A solubilizer for essential oils.
PEG-40 Sorbitan Peroleate
A humectant from ripe berries of Mountain Ash.
Pelargonium Graveolens Flower Oil
Derived from Rose Geranium leaves. Used as an antiseptic, astringent and anti-inflammatory.
Pentylene Glycol
A humectant that maintains moisture balance in skin.
Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil
Rich in vitamins A, D and E, Potassium, Sulfur and Chlorine. Rich and penetrating oil, excellent emollient.
Phoenix Dactylifera (Date) Seed
From the fruit seed. Powder smoothes skin by removing dead, dulling cells.
An emollient. Part of liposome structure.
Phytosterols/Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil
Has lipid moisturizer functionality and is a rich source of natural plant phytosterols that helps maintain the lipid barrier layer
Pinus Sylvestris Cone Extract or Leaf Oil
Colorless or faint yellow liquid from the twigs and needles of the Pine Tree that imparts a fragrance.
Pisum Sativum (Pea) Extract
Contains vital amino acids and proteins necessary for the production of collagen and elastin. Also reinforces the skin’s natural defense in fighting free radicals.
Pogostemon Cablin Oil
Extract from the plant Pogostemon Patchouli. Used for its antiseptic properties.
The polymer of acrylamide monomers. It is white, solid, water-soluble and used as a thickening ingredient, suspending and an additive to adhesives.
Polyglyceryl-4 Isostearate
An emulsifier that allows oil-soluble ingredients to blend with water-soluble ingredients.
Polysorbate 20
A widely used emulsifier and stabilizer.
Polysorbate 60
An emulsifier that is waxy and soluble in solvents.
Portulaca Oleracea Extract
An enriched extract of vitamins, fatty acids, flavonoids and anti-inflammatory agents that help control and reduce redness.
Potassium Sorbate
Sorbic Acid Potassium Salt. Used as a mold and yeast inhibitor.
Potato Starch Modified
A flour prepared from potatoes, ground to a pulp and washed of fibers. When modified, it has been altered chemically to modify such properties as thickening or gelling.
PPG-2 Isoceteth-20 Acetate
An ester solvent for gums, resins and volatile oils.
PPG-5 Ceteth-20
A waxy substance used as an emollient and emulsion stabilizer; a solubilizing agent.
Propylene Glycol
Clear, colorless liquids which are among the most common moisture-carrying vehicles in skin care. Superb permeation and excellent humectant properties. Softens and moisturizes the skin.
Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil
A Vitamin E rich emollient oil with excellent skin softening properties.
Pyrus Malus (Apple) Fruit Extract
An antioxidant. A natural source of Malic Acid, a hydroxy acid that aids in exfoliation.


Some great Apps for South Carolinians for your Android device’s

Find boat ramps in South Carolina.

Browse and find boat ramps in South Carolina (SC) by name, county, body of water, distance (closest to your location) or by map. View photos, ramp information, satellite image and get directions. Take the trouble out of finding a ramp when you are one the go. Simple click find ramp by distance to automatically display the closest boat ramps (South Carolina only). Includes web links for South Carolina boating safety, laws and regulations. Get it on Play

511 South Carolina Traffic

The South Carolina 511 mobile application provides real-time access to traffic and traveler information supplied by the South Carolina Department of Transportation (South Carolina DOT). Maps depict current traffic conditions, as well as incident and construction events that can impact traffic on all Interstate, U.S., and State Routes. DMS, HAR, alert, and weather information is also available. The map indicates the location of roadside cameras, which allow users to view current traffic conditions. Get it here.

Explore the lost Atlantis of South Carolina with this free GPS enabled Smartphone app.

In 1930, the world’s largest earthen dam and lake were completed just west of Columbia, South Carolina. In a short period of time, 11 communities went underwater. Homes, schools, churches, and almost 200 cemeteries, vanished under the deep waters of the new Lake Murray. Buildings, vehicles, bridges, and tombstones, are waiting for you to pass over them and, once again, be recognized. Get It Here. 

Myrtle Beach & Charleston SC Southern Living at its finest!

I got my Southern Living Magazine in the mail the other day, and boy are they in love with Charleston SC! and who wouldn’t be, gosh knows i love “Chuck”-Town!


A great day trip from Myrtle Beach to historic Charleston, a contemporary city with old-world charm, carriage rides and cobblestone streets. perfect for the history buff!
You go along the same route that George Washington took,  even visit a plantation where he stayed and its free!

Last week some friends and i went to Hampton Plantation down near Charleston SC to leave a Geocache.


Things to see and do on a Day trip to charleston from Myrtle Beach

Things to see and do on a Day trip to charleston from Myrtle Beach

Local Oysters can be found here….

Have you heard about the Freiburg Study?


It’s a new landmark study that evaluated Melaleuca’s exclusive Peak Performance Pack supplement on 48 people just like you and me, and the results on every major body system were profound! Imagine, for the first time ever, being able to reduce free radicals and inflammation in the body!

1. The test was run in Freiburg Germany on 48 human subjects.

2. Half of them had were normally healthy subjects and the others had symptoms of metabolic syndrome.

3. The test was run on: • Free Radicals • Heart Rate • Total Cholesterol • LDL (Bad) Cholesterol • HDL (Good) Cholesterol • Triglycerides • Post Meal Blood Sugar Spike • Homa Index (measure of insulin sensitivity) • Nitric Oxide • hs-CRP (Inflammation) • Blood Pressure

4. The subjects were tested prior to, 1 hour after, 6 weeks after continual use and after 12 weeks of continual use.

5. The results were profound in every single category!

6. This is the first time ever that a nutritional supplement has shown to have these types of results.

In summary, after 6 and 12 weeks of using the supplements, the 48 test subjects on average improved significantly in every marker measured. Those with elevated markers improved to an even greater extent.

I would love to share the research results with you to see how it might benefit you and your family. I’d love to tell you more about it.  Contact me