I have seen a warning to the public not to use a particular ‘black salve’ remedy to treat cancer but instead to go for surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. With all due respect, I have heard about people in the Hawkes Bay (bio-dynamic country) who used black salve to treat cancer. Mum also tells how she was prescribed a list of drugs to treat arthritis and then chucked it in the bin requesting the farm workers to dig up ‘devils claw’ (a plant root) as her treatment. Without addressing the details now, I stand for natural cures and no vaccination, unless the possibility of dying is too much to handle then opt for modern cures knowing that you may end up dying anyway. Understand that life has its risks – make informed decisions, do not let yourself be bullied into modern cures, which are to a large extent purely for financial gain. It is not wise though to wait until you need a natural cure, start early using natural ways to care for your body: dietary supplements and skincare or cosmetics and exercise. Try to buy your food, wholefood, from a market rather than the grocery store, and do not forget to recycle the packaging, if any. Make sure you get time for good fun such as music gigs, poetry slams, fun runs, mass yoga, cooking classes, debate contests, playing cashflow and turn up for a political campaign meeting. Furthermore, it is a shame that New Zealand’s best water is being sold off by giant foreign companies while citizens have to use fluoridised water deteriorating both teeth and bones. My daughters grew up in New Zealand and both had to have orthodontic treatment costing at least $10,000 per child. One more issue: be aware of the effects of your digital tools on your future health – at least put them far away from your bed at night. I realise that all these natural ways are far more expensive than the modern ways; and if your life is generally a struggle for survival then it is even more impossible. Rest assured, in standing together, as young entrepreneurs, we will bring down prices and create the income to afford it enjoying the lifestyle we deserve.