12 of the most POWERFUL antibiotics you can get without a prescription

Additionally (I.U.):

Acacia, aloe, cryptolepsis, eucalyptus, grapefruit seed extract, juniper, sage, usnea, wormwood, onions, oregano, thyme, cloves, lemongras, capsicums, rosemary, marjoram, mustard, mint, fennel, coriander dill, basil, nutmeg, parsley, cardamom, pepper, lemon juice, black walnut hull tincture, propolis, bear leek (Allium ursinum),

12 of the most POWERFUL antibiotics you can get without a prescription:

We have entered a truly dangerous period in human history in which not only have we lost touch with traditional, natural treatments for infection, but improper and excessive use of antibiotics has led to drug-resistant superbugs. Back in 2012, Dr. Margaret Chan, then director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO), noted that we are moving toward a post-antibiotic era in which “things as common as strep throat or a child’s scratched knee could once again kill.”

Then, just last year, Reuters reported that for the first time in the U.S., a patient had been diagnosed with an infection “resistant to a last-resort antibiotic.” At the time, health officials “expressed grave concern that the superbug could pose serious danger for routine infections.” [Related: Stay abreast of the latest information at Superbugs.news.]

As Dr. Chan noted, in terms of new antibiotics, the “pipeline is virtually dry. The cupboard is nearly bare.”

It is therefore becoming increasingly important that we familiarize ourselves with the ancient knowledge of natural antibiotics that have all but been forgotten by modern medicine.

Rebecca Tarrant, writing for Ask a Prepper, provides a list of 12 of the most powerful antibiotics known to man – and not a single one was created in a laboratory. [Related: Learn more about natural healing at Nutrients.news.]

Read more12 of the most POWERFUL antibiotics you can get without a prescription

One Week Into 2014, UK Royal Mint Runs Out Of Gold Coins

One Week Into 2014, UK Royal Mint Runs Out Of Gold Coins (ZeroHedge, Jan 8, 2014):

Update: the UK mint was kind enough to advice that “only” Sovereigns are sold out. More expensive coins are still available:

 

Just 2 day safter their release, The U.K.’s Royal Mint said it ran out of 2014 Sovereign gold coins “due to exceptional demand.”

  • *U.K. ROYAL MINT SAYS RUNS OUT OF 2014 SOVEREIGN GOLD COINS
  • *ROYAL MINT SAYS EXPECTS TO HAVE COIN STOCK AGAIN BY END OF JAN.

The mint added “Since the dip in the price of gold we have seen increased demand for our gold bullion coins from the major coin markets, and this presently shows no sign of abating.”

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Via Bloomberg,

The U.K.’s Royal Mint said it ran out of 2014 Sovereign gold coins “due to exceptional demand.”

Read moreOne Week Into 2014, UK Royal Mint Runs Out Of Gold Coins

No More Dead Presidents As Mint Stops Coin Production: More Than 40 Percent Of The 70-80 Million Coins Per Deceased President Coins Are Returned To The Federal Reserve Because Nobody Wants Them

No More Dead Presidents As Mint Stops Coin Production (ZeroHedge, Dec. 13, 2011):

In continuing efforts to save governmental money (and waste) the Washington Post is reporting that the United States Mint will cease production of Dollar coins (with each carrying a deceased President’s likenesses). More than 40% of the coins have been returned to the Fed because no one wants them. Who needs real money when 1s and 0s are all that counts nowadays?

White House cutting production of presidential dollar coins; will save taxpayers $50 million

The presidential dollar coin is falling victim to Washington’s cost cutting efforts.

The Obama administration is stopping nearly all production of the coins, which carry the likeness of every deceased President. The effort will save taxpayers $50 million a year in production and storage costs.

In 2005, Congress mandated that the United States Mint issue the coins. But the White House says more than 40 percent of the coins are returned to the Federal Reserve because nobody wants to use them.

Instead of producing 70-80 million coins per deceased president, the Mint will now only produce as many as collectors want.

The announcement is part of the White House campaign to cut back on government waste.

No Silver? No Problem: US Mint Would Like To Know If You Will Accept Brass, Steel, Iron Or Tungsten Coins Instead

Wonder why the US mint has not sold a single ounce of silver so far in March? Here is a clue:

Press Releases
March 7, 2011

United States Mint Seeks Public Comment on Factors to be Considered in Research and Evaluation of Potential New Metallic Coinage Materials

WASHINGTON – The United States Mint today announced that it is requesting public comment from all interested persons on factors to be considered in conducting research for alternative metallic coinage materials for the production of all circulating coins.

These factors include, but are not limited to, the effect of new metallic coinage materials on the current suppliers of coinage materials; the acceptability of new metallic coinage materials, including physical, chemical, metallurgical and technical characteristics; metallic material, fabrication, minting, and distribution costs; metallic material availability and sources of raw metals; coinability; durability; sorting, handling, packaging and vending machines; appearance; risks to the environment and public safety; resistance to counterfeiting; commercial and public acceptance; and any other factors considered to be appropriate and in the public interest.

Read moreNo Silver? No Problem: US Mint Would Like To Know If You Will Accept Brass, Steel, Iron Or Tungsten Coins Instead

Silver Touches Fresh 31 Year High of $34.90, US Mint Runs Out Of Bullion Blanks, Halts American Eagle Silver Coin Production

The scramble for non-dilutable currencies hits a frenzy as silver just touches on a fresh 31 year high of $34.90.

To commemorate this historic event, the US Mint has halted American Eagle silver coing production, in addition to its ongoing halt of American Buffalo coins:

because of the continued demand for American Eagle Silver Bullion Coins, 2010-dated American Eagle Silver Uncirculated Coins will not be produced. The United States Mint will resume production of American Eagle Silver Uncirculated Coins once sufficient inventories of silver bullion blanks can be acquired to meet market demand for all three American Eagle Silver Coin products.”

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/02/2011 09:45 -0500

Source: ZeroHedge

And of course Blythe Masters was right that nobody can manipulate the silver market, right?:


Added: 05.07.2010

Sure Blythe! Nobody believes that BS anymore. Game over.

It’s just a fact now that there is nothing left!

Silver is still incredibly cheap.

I would buy every silver Maple Leaf, American Eagle or Wiener Philharmoniker I could get my hands on.

Only physical gold and silver are real, everything else is an illusion.

Exposed: The iShares Silver Trust (SLV) Scam

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Dollar Ready to Collapse, Silver Squeeze to Continue

Even The Royal Canadian Mint Now Says It’s Difficult To Secure Silver

Unprecedented: Silver Backwardation Surges To Over $1.00

Eric Sprott on Silver: ‘THERE IS NOTHING LEFT’

Fractal Analysis Suggests Silver to Reach $52 – $56 by May – June 2011

Read moreSilver Touches Fresh 31 Year High of $34.90, US Mint Runs Out Of Bullion Blanks, Halts American Eagle Silver Coin Production

Even The Royal Canadian Mint Now Says It’s Difficult To Secure Silver

With continued reports of booming sales and tightness in the silver market, today King World News interviewed Dave Madge director of sales at the Royal Canadian Mint. When asked if the RCM is having trouble acquiring silver Madge responded, “Demand right now for silver is through the roof and it shows no signs of slowing at this point. Sourcing silver is becoming very difficult. We are competing with a great many players when it comes to purchasing silver and many of these players are bidding the price higher.”

Dave Madge of the Royal Canadian Mint continues:

“Our advantage is that we have had long-term relationships with our suppliers and that has helped us in this situation. We have been able to leverage off of those relationships to get supply, but it still remains a big challenge sourcing material. We’re looking at ways of mitigating our risk regarding supply of silver.

We are anticipating it to become even more difficult to secure supplies in the future. This is based on what we are seeing firsthand and what our suppliers are telling us. We work closely with these banks to secure silver and they tell us there is a lot of competition.”

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Full article here: King World News

See also:

Unprecedented: Silver Backwardation Surges To Over $1.00

Eric Sprott on Silver: ‘THERE IS NOTHING LEFT’

Fractal Analysis Suggests Silver to Reach $52 – $56 by May – June 2011

Silver Backwardation Now ‘Unprecedented 73 Cents’

US Mint Sells Absolute Record 6.4 Million Ounces Of Silver In January, 50% More Than Previous Highest Month

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As the topic of US Mint silver sales is not new to our readers, after we first brought attention to the record January sales by the Mint, we will not dwell much on it, suffice to say that the final January tally is in.

And at 6,472,000 ounces, this is nearly 50% higher than any prior month in the Mint’s 26 years of published sales history.

Read moreUS Mint Sells Absolute Record 6.4 Million Ounces Of Silver In January, 50% More Than Previous Highest Month

US Mint Reports Unprecedented Buying Spree Of Physical Silver

Only physical silver and gold are real, everything else is an illusion.


Three days ago we noted that in just the first week of January, the US Mint had sold 2,221,000 ounces of silver “a number which if run-rated would be an absolutely all time monthly record,” A quick glance at the tally today, shows that something very scary is going on. In the subsequent three days, the number has surged by 50% and has hit 3,407,000 ounces of silver! In just the first 12 days of the month we have already surpassed the total monthly sales of 9 separate months of 2010.

And some additional observations on what is becoming a physical buying frenzy from CoinNews.net:

An increase in 2010 Silver Proof Eagles and record-approaching 2011 Silver Bullion Eagles are the most interesting aspects in the latest US Mint sales report.

The Proof Eagle coins have seen two weekly adjustments since they sold out in late December. The latest brings them up 3,644 to 860,000, which would seem like a natural stopping point. Collectors will have to wait until the July time frame for the 2011 Silver Proof Eagles to make their appearance, according to the US Mint.

2011 bullion eagles launched  on January 3, 2011. Silver Eagles already have last year’s January record in their sight. The coins have raced to 3,407,000 in less than two weeks after their latest weekly pick-up of 1,322,000. Until January 2009, the silver coins had never topped the 3 million mark during the first month of a year. Those record sales totaling 3,592,500 may get clobbered in mere days. The all-time monthly high of 4,260,000 which was just set in November could be the next victim. As a side note, the 3,407,000 sold this month includes 469,500 of the 2010-dated issues. The US Mint had buyers order one 2010 Silver Eagle for every five of the 2011′s.

Bullion one-ounce 2011 Gold Eagles are running, but not sprinting like their silver counterparts. US Mint sales has their tally at 42,500 for a weekly increase of 29,000. As a comparison, buyers ordered 85,000 in January 2009. Inventory of the 2010-dated coins also remains. There were 53,000 at the start of the year. US Mint Authorized Purchasers must order one old for every four of the new ones.

Mike Krieger presents the following disturbing observation on this trend: “In the first 12 days of January 3.4 million silver eagles have been sold.  I have never seen anything like this.  The amount of physical being taken off the market on this paper sell off is EXTRAORDINARY.  We must be VERY close to the end.” Whoever has adopted JPM’s legacy paper silver short position is in for some very troubling days ahead.

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/13/2011 14:23 -0500

Source: ZeroHedge

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US Mint suspends sales of American Eagle 1oz gold coins

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US Mint suspended sales of its popular American Eagle 1oz bullion coins after demand from retail investors stripped its vaults bare.

Sales of the coins are expected to resume in early December.

Investors have been snapping up American Eagle coins, as well as Krugerrands from South Africa and Canada’s Maple Leaf coins as a hedge against inflation and the falling dollar.

Today 1oz American eagles were selling for $1,232.84 each, up $17.24. The coins have a face value of $50 but are sold by dealers at a premium to the price of gold.

Gold futures hit another record today of $1,188.60 per ounce for February delivery.

The US Mint said that it had depleted its current inventory of 1oz American Eagles after selling 124,000 ounces so far this month, up from 115,000 ounces sold in both September and October.

Read moreUS Mint suspends sales of American Eagle 1oz gold coins

Gold coin shortage as demand soars

The rush by retail investors into bullion coins is creating shortages as mints across the world struggle to meet the surge in demand, dealers and mint officials say.

The scarcity is lifting coin premiums to as much as 5 per cent above the spot gold price, a level reached briefly after the collapse of Lehman Brothers last September, when coin shortages also surfaced.

Spot gold in London on Wednesday traded at $972 an ounce, below last week’s peak of $1,004.5.

“There is demand for double or triple what the US mint is able to produce,” said Michael Kramer, president of MTB in New York, one of the four US gold dealers authorised to purchase bullion coins directly from the government’s mint.

The US Mint has sold 193,500 ounces of its popular American Eagle gold coin in the first seven weeks of this year, the same amount it shipped during the whole of 2007 and about the same as in the first six months of last year.

Read moreGold coin shortage as demand soars