21 May 2015
A cure for endemic illnesses that each year that take the lives of thousands of people may be much easier to find and attain than we may imagine. The curative power of plants such as the Artemisia Annuas and the Moringa Oleifera will be one of the issues addressed in the Social Forum of the reggae festival.
Experts like the farmer Josep Pàmies and cooperation worker Xavier Galindo (Cultivant Vida), who hold both the pharmaceutical industry and the World Health Organization (WHO) responsible for promoting the use of transgenic foods and for labeling illnesses as chronic rather than trying to find real solutions to them, will analyze the difficulties which they have had to face while vindicating the curative use of medicinal plants.
In a year and a half, and with a budget of barely €3,000, Galindo managed to cure more than 30,000 people suffering from malaria, treating the only with Artemisia Annua and MMS (sodium chlorite).
Josep Pàmies, is known as the “stevia farmer” and promoter of the “sweet revolution”. Apart from being a firm defender of natural foods and ecological farming, he promotes the cultivation and curative use of medicinal plants. He is currently indicted for cultivating marihuana for medicinal use.
The two experts will also analyze the properties of the Moringa Oleifera, a plant that has been called “the tree of life”, and has proven its effectiveness against more than three hundred illnesses and whose seeds can be used for purifying water.
Furthermore, during the festival Pàmies will participate in a special session of the Living Energy area where he will respond to the questions from the public regarding natural remdies that can be used to fight off different infections.