Welcome to our 20th BRMI e-Journal.
Much has happened since our last e-journal - hidden truths are now starting to surface and that’s a positive occurrence. One of my favorite philosophers Soren Kierkegaard said, “There are two ways to be fooled; one is to believe what isn’t true, the other is to refuse to accept what is true.” In this time of censorship, it is of paramount importance to seek out the truth, speak up, and share what we know as true. We have posted a couple of videos on our News Section of researchers speaking their truths. We are all in this together and need to keep hope, faith, compassion as close as possible. One important Bioregulatory principle that has rang true in relationship with COVID 19 - is that in order to adapt and be well - we need to maintain a health terrain. As Antoine Béchamp said, “The Terrain is Everything.”
Next, a few words about the most recent additions to our info-field @ www.brmi.online. For the benefit of the more than 500 million people who read and speak Spanish, we are currently translating our BRMI website into Spanish! There are over 500 million Spanish Readers who we want to share information with about Bioregulatory Medicine.
Since our last e-Journal, we've uploaded a biography of Abu ʻAli al-Husayn Ibn Sina to our growing library of some of the true pioneers of bioregulatory medicine. Ibn Sina stands out as a great healer, philosopher and historian whose great work al-Qānūn f’l-tibb or ‘The Canon of Medicine’ has been an enormous contribution to world medicine. It has inspired physicians throughout Europe, the Middle East, and South Asia for half a millennium, and continues to be of great potential interest to contemporary practitioners of natural medicine, particularly medical herbalism.
We have also added more information to the website article categories of Bioregulatory Medicine and Systems Biology; Lymphatic Therapy and Oxygen-Ozone Therapy We have also created four new article categories: Electromagnetic Smog, Climate Geoengineering, Water Quality and Health, and Organochlorine Toxicity.
We intend to post much more information on environmental medicine in the future. Additionally, we have also added several pages of information to our therapeutic modality page on Homeopathic Sarcodes – Organotherapy.
The articles of this e-journal edition are varied as usual. They include “Biological Regulatory Effects Associated with Exposure to Radiofrequency/Microwave Frequencies and the Emergence of 5G.” In keep with current affairs we are posting an interesting article on the electrification of the Earth and its association with pandemics entitled “Could There be a Connection Between the Coronavirus and the Roll-Out of 5G” by Thomas Cowan MD, and for the animal lovers among us we have “Restoring a Canine’s Intestinal Microbiome.” Our feature botanical articles this edition are “Hibiscus Tea for Hypertension” and “Lianhua Qingwen Formula for COVID 19.”
Over the last three years BRMI has searched for a veterinarian advisor. We are delighted to have added Marlene Siegal, DMV to our Board of Advisors. With Dr. Siegal’s guidance and expertise in holistic animal care, we can now add information on bioregulatory veterinarian medicine. Dr. Siegal shares here some of her strategies for maintaining health during the COVID climate at hand, with Thriving Through Corona: Practical Tips For People And Pets.
In this e-journal we have a book recommendation: "Plague of Corruption" by Judy Mikovits's and Kent Heckenlively as they expose the corruption behind what we believe to be science and the ways it is manipulated to serve other purposes. In our Clinical Corner we have another fascinating article by Ian Kennedy of True Wellness Clinic titled “Life is Cyclical.”
In honor of our dear friend and colleague Heidi Sullivan who passed earlier this year, the Bioregulatory Medicine Institute has created the ‘BRMI Heidi Sullivan Writer’s Award’. We will award $1,000 annually to a chosen individual who submits an original article on a topic related to Biological Regulatory Medicine. Articles submitted will be featured in upcoming E-Journals. The purpose is to share information through this forum. To be impartial, the $1,000 winner will be chosen through a lottery (name in the hat). The BRMI Heidi Sullivan Writer’s Award Guidelines are available here.
We hope you benefit from our varied resources. Comments and submissions to our e-Journal are always welcome and appreciated. We maintain an active Facebook page, LinkedIn, and Instagram and post evidence-based articles and news events daily. Feel free to interact with us via social media - or contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We thank you for your interest in bioregulatory medicine.
James Odell, ND, OMD, L.Ac.
BRMI Executive/Medical Director
As with any healthcare newsletter, the information in the BRMI e-Journal is intended for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for the advice of a qualified healthcare professional.