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Sean Morgan 00:00
Hi, I'm Sean Morgan of Q and on FAQ COMM And this is over the horizon with Jim Cutler. In this show, I interviewed Jim about the Great Awakening as he lives aboard his sailboat in a global journey of discovery. To subscribe to this podcast on your favorite platform, go to over the horizon TV.
Jim Cutler 00:20
Hi, I'm Jim Cutler, and this is over the horizon. In 2016, when Donald Trump was elected, a lot of Democrats were very concerned, some were appalled that he actually won the election. And many of them even went so far as to say that he was not their president. But during that campaign, a lot happened. And a lot was revealed. And sources like Wikileaks, even the mainstream press, social media, all started publishing and talking about things that were going on in the Democratic Party and the Hillary party. campaign and in other aspects of the Democratic National Committee. That information was very disturbing. And a lot of democrats listened to that token all in and started deciding that things had gone really wrong in the Democratic Party and started leading. That movement was called walk away. Joining me today is Tammy Battista. She's a schoolteacher, a mother of four, and a lifelong Democrat who left the Democratic Party herself in March of 20. Tammy, welcome to the program.
Thank you, Jim. So glad to be here.
Jim Cutler 01:42
So, you wrote a letter that was published on Twitter. I believe this was a blog on your blog post. And it was a long letter and very eloquent letter. So I would like you to Talk a little bit about what your past was as a Democrat. And what led to the moment where you decided to write that letter.
Okay. Well, I grew up my husband and I grew up in a very democratic family's union. My dad was a tool and die for Chrysler. His father was in the schools and custodian for Detroit Public Schools. We just grew up. We were union supporters. I remember my dad going on strike and you know, picket lines. My husband then became a mill right few years after we got married. So, and me and the teachers union, I was a teacher. I just retired in last June, but obviously in the Union for about 31 years. So it was just not something I question but I I admit I should have it was Just we voted democratic it was we campaigned for Obama. When Obama won, I, most of my students were primarily African American. We celebrated for days, it was just, you know, the biggest party ever. My kids just, we cried, we rejoice, we hugged, oh my gosh, we could become president it was just such a beautiful thing, you know, and, and, and I just assume he had such a strong presidential presence and I just felt he was doing good. And, you know, in my defense, so although I should not be defending this, I was busy mom for kids, you know, at the time, probably all teenagers for kids, teenagers working full time. My husband's in and out of town. So I just trusted MSNBC, CNN, the mainstream media, that they were telling me the truth and and then fast forward to 2017 my husband died unexpectedly and that just threw our plans where I was going to work one more year I'd have 31 years and retire and maybe work for him a little bit. It just threw me into you know, chaos How am I going to get at that point all for my word college and it was he was 53 years old not expected. So it's you know, I kind of went with the flow tried I started writing just event and get myself through it. Well, maybe six months later, it was just dark night of the soul. I couldn't function I you know, my friends, some of my friends Well, you know, don't be too proud to go get therapy and go on prescription drugs to get you through this point. I just knew it was not for me. I was never that person to put my kid on a pill or I didn't You know, I had a sense that certain things were not you know for us not you know not I'm not putting down any medications and maybe I am but um,
Jim Cutler 05:11
was this personal decision? There was
a personal decision and then I sought out more alternative healers in the area I even went to I started going to psychics I just wanted somebody tell me my life's gonna be okay and maybe I'll meet a man and pay all my bills and you know, take care of you know, my mortgage or whatever that and I just kept hearing healer healer, you know, I'm a teacher know your healer. And finally, a few just said, Well, why don't you take your Reiki class? Why don't you so I got involved in Reiki. And in my one Reiki Master did the crystal bowl meditation and something about that? That Reiki attunement, and the sound therapy just cleared me incredibly I could finally meditate after that. My intuition that I had strongly when I was a child came back, you know, I shut it down when I was a kid because it was more, it was just too scary. But that all came back in a good way and and I could trust you know, I call them the tingles, you know, if I, if I was looking at the book and or a book online and I got the tingles up I'm still stunned by that if I was looking at a list of events and I got tingles Oh, I'm supposed to go to that. And I felt that was my Yes. And it was leading me in different directions. And then finally it led me to retire and get into the holistic practice so but it was back to the different different drugs. I was suspect about my husband taking those steps. He was on cholesterol meds for years and it really bothered me because his grandmother was 90 years old, lived in Kentucky, when she was first diagnosed with heart Cholesterol 90. So yeah, right. We live on 90 with no meds. And then she lived four more years with the meds but and here's my husband at 53 You know, you're
Jim Cutler 07:12
three years old
and I had to pay for an autopsy he passed away in Brooklyn, he was on business. And, and the octopus, his heart, all his muscles were inflamed. So that led me I was, you know, I that I researched and researched and I did find some stuff about you know, he should have been taking co q 10. To help. But he was never told that for 20 years, his doctor never told that but your muscles needed co q 10. I guess the status?
Jim Cutler 07:43
Right co q 10 is like a supplement that many people take
for over the counter. Yeah. parently that could have saved his life. I don't I don't know. But But fast forward to I believe is March. Want to say 19th? And I was telling you earlier in my house, if the TV's on, it's my grandson watching the Disney Channel or some cartoon, for some reason, and I'm sure it's divine timing. There's the president speaking. And
Jim Cutler 08:16
so this was one of the task force meetings that were was going on at the time.
Yeah, yeah. Corona was going and he was talking about that. And I heard him mention hydroxychloroquine. And I just, I felt like my head was turned to that TV. I'm like, and I just got a light around that, that, you know, it's hard to explain. And intuitively, I knew that was a good thing. And then I saw the look. Look on Dr. Phelps. He was standing next to them and I'm not getting truth behind his look, because it gave Trump the strangest look like oh my gosh, I can't believe he said that. And so that just lit I had to start investigating so right then you know a I started looking up you know of course the drug and found out it had been safely prescribed I want to say 40 or 50 years but yeah obviously yours actually yeah okay not not for that particular but it's been a safe drug and I I played pickleball and I have two friends that are on it for two different one is on it for I think lupus and the other one for arthritis she's they've been in
Jim Cutler 09:34
this predated all this controversy so these friends of yours were taking it a while ago before the Coronavirus that right
right. Okay, but I had never I had never heard of it. This came out right conversation after when when I heard thing and and so researching that drug or you know, led to fazzi in his research and a lot of stuff about Bill Gates and it just, you know, I want Through the call the rabbit hole where it goes, right? Yeah,
Jim Cutler 10:04
really? Absolutely. So would you call that moment when you with the subject is hydroxychloroquine? When would you have called that, you know, kind of a seminal moment when here was a thing that clearly delineated truth from fiction, where you knew it to be one thing, and yet the doctors, you know, Dr. Fauci in particular was saying, you know, and reacting very differently and and yet Trump was supporting it. So there was this sense you're sensing the dichotomy and what you were seeing in that task force around this this one jug so that made it made it really stand out to you. Right.
And the whole country went on to make fun of him and and I but I just knew, because I had been doing this the you know, the practice the Reiki, healing, you know, working with Just, you know, helps my intuition and more meditating. I meditate. Right.
Jim Cutler 11:06
Did you also did the research on the hydroxychloroquine itself? And that research really Would you say that was the thing that really made it clear to you that this was a good drug? I mean, you had your intuitions, of course, I did the research that that put a foundation under that did it not where that point you could talk about it fairly accurately.
And that was that was leading to other doctors that were trying to prescribe it and for some reason they were being prevent I think it was Texas, they were not even allowed to prescribe to the pharmacist. So all this stuff wasn't adding up and then I would find a video try to send it to my friend, because, you know, she was going through her own research of child trafficking and stuff. So we were comparing stuff She couldn't open it like, What do you mean? You can't open? I just watched it. So and that, you know, to me, it's like, they don't want us to see this. Why, you know, planned lemic thing came up the exactly up. Yes, yes. And so it's why are we suppressing information? I mean, there's a lot out there. That's not true. How about you Leave it to us to trust and it just led from one thing to another. And
Jim Cutler 12:29
so again, here's another example where you are trying to get useful information. And as you're going along, you're getting better and better at discerning what is useful, what is truthful, and what is not useful, or what is false. And you're not being allowed to exercise your own sense of discernment in this very important informational learning process that you're engaging in. And so that that was another would you call that another sort of red flag if you will? Oh, big time. Big time.
Yeah. And then the, you know, the money trails were huge. And so when you see, you know, all this money connected with this research, which happens to all be in Wu Han where this whole virus started, it's like, you know, what, what was that saying too many too many coincidences become like mathematically impossible. Yeah, right. Yeah, I, I taught, you know, math for many, many years. So it's, you know, things were connecting too much and it just became where, okay, if this is true, and it was funny, early on, maybe two weeks into it. My son came over my 22 year old son and and I was telling him about the drug and then like, you know, it's telling me Because I knew my son had gone from democrat to you know, start supporting Trump way back, I believe he did vote for him in 2016. And so we just would let's agree to disagree and not talk about it in real time. So so he's like, well, Mom, why don't you look up these two things. And he's the one that he's like, look up Q and I hadn't even seen anything about Q, Q, and then adrenochrome. So but in that, that just gets super ugly and that and that's where my friend DS research connected with mine in the human trafficking kind of stuff. And she was getting dream. She's very intuitive to about children trapped children constantly. And she would we would always compare these different. Yep, different sensations we would get. But, yeah,
Jim Cutler 14:55
so so I want to ask you, you were very much Born and bred a Democrat, and you were very steeped in democrat traditions and politics. You know, you I would imagine your family were big JFK supporters and that sort of thing.
I was born the date the year he was assassinated. So, baby, but I remember, a parent's knock on all the time,
Jim Cutler 15:23
all the time. So, so these are very strong traditions. And yet you went through a process that allowed you to break free of all the things that went into you, you know, your schooling, your, your, your parents, you know, nurturing and all these things, to, to, you know, put those things into perspective. And would you say, like, how does that affect you or looking back I mean, that was an important tradition for you and for your family. So do you disavow your democratic heritage? Or do you have a different perspective on what you have, you know, gone through and what and the things you're able to pull from those traditions?
So I don't disavow what what drew me is that or at least this is what I thought the democrats were all about the working people and supporting and I did pass when I was 17. And I never even planned on going to college. We had no money, my mother had to go start working on minimum wage job in a hospital. You know, I had to quit all my sports and start because it you know, a few years before that this my dad was declining and he was an addict. And so it was when I turned 18 I was sent a letter and oh, you can I think Reagan was President than you can collect Social Security if you go to college and or a you know Community College back then it's like now there's a credit hour and I'm like, Oh, this is cool I can go to college and get $400 a month and and so the democrats had a lot of you know, I think the grant money that allowed me and I credit them if it was not for them because then Reagan slashed that whole thing after I was in college a year and a half and then there was nothing but then it was you know, I worked it out I you know, took me a long time to graduate but I went from a well just take some art classes to Yeah, I want to be a teacher and teach math and English. And so I credit the democrats for all these programs that helped the working people and gave my mom so security checks to so we can get food because she was not going to support us on making minimum wage was $3 and something you know, so I was the oldest of three my you know, we were like 1415 seven So,
Jim Cutler 18:01
so So now in this new place you're in, you're able to draw from the old and the new, you have these very good positive memories of being a Democrat. And you're still, you, it's not like, you're not a Democrat, you still hold on to those ideals, which are still good ideals to hold on to. But now you just have this greater dynamic to your thinking. Would you say that's
fair? For sure. For sure. It's, um, you know, I get angry because it's it's not just the democrats too. And the research, it's, it's shown there's, you know, many, many Republicans and that have their horrible agendas. So it's not just the Democrats. So I mean, yeah,
Jim Cutler 18:58
I mean, would you say it Is it even a party thing? Is it really a democrat republican thing? Or is it something else?
No. Well, I think I it just led me to it's it's President Trump. He is you know, I I feel if there was another republican that one I don't think we would be much better off you know, I think it's him and his his
Jim Cutler 19:28
his person Yes, it's the person not the party is what
exactly it's it's um Yeah, because I bet he had been a democrat at one point too much. strength and determination and and that, and I believe he's got this just amazing team that's gonna get stuff done. It's just the thing with him. It was his personality. He didn't have that presidential Obama just we felt safe and loving. It's, it's and I even the more I think about it, my husband could be he can be a tough, tough, I can swear he was a boss. He was a male, right and then ended up running big, big jobs for mostly GM and contracting jobs. And most of his employees did not like him. Especially the beginning. He was he was tough. He was mean he was, you know, they talked about him behind his back, but they grew to respect them and love them, but he did not sugarcoat anything. And that I think that's Trump's personality is like he's Yeah, he's a mean dad, but he's got our best interests. He knows that he can't tell the entire plan because, you know, it's it's almost like
Jim Cutler 20:51
you know, that that term tough love, you know, he, he recognizes that, you know, he's got to be tough, you know, the way he talks to the mainstream. Media, a lot of people like that because they to feel like there's a lot of chicanery that goes on and they're glad that finally somebody is calling them out on it. So what would you say? How would you talk to people, you know, friends, you know, I'm going to keep it more to friends and family because family has, you know, more dynamics, but to your friends who are Democrats that haven't gone through the process that you've gone through? How would you What would you say to them, how would you talk to them about what you've gone through and how they might go through that at some point or not.
I'm struggling with that. I'm really struggling. I have a neighbor. She also just lost her husband and we bonded. We've been on several vacations together and we both supported the democrats and and so she's having a super tough time with this and my teacher friends to their I can tell I was with one of them yesterday and she just kept you know helped me with questions well what made you do this where what's your research? How do you know that's true? And it's just you know I thought the more I was speaking the more she was looking at me like okay she's really lost it and because I couldn't give her any site one specific you know, yeah article that I read her YouTube video that I watched and and I just kept saying it's got to come from within it's it's you know and I so we can agree to disagree maybe you know, maybe I am wrong Kelly or a man but we'll see Time will tell but right now, I that's something I'm looking for now because I did not my letter I wrote it like two weeks ago today I wrote it may may 19. Yeah, because it was exactly two weeks or two months from the time I saw Trump on TV till the time I and it was after talking to my son and I just kept saying that for a few days in like I need to write an apology letter that you know whenever especially my boys like two boys and two girls and my boys were just you know, they can get into some boy trouble you're gonna write in a letter policy teacher, you're gonna write a letter of apology. I need to apologize. I was mean I was mean I was that person. Probably trashing it i don't think i trashed him so much online just because I would be triggered so much. When we were called the you know, lib tardes and snowflakes and all that and quit crying and I was crying and you know, so I tried not to do it online but but with my friends. Yeah, let's just see what he said. And all So,
Jim Cutler 24:00
so would you say that that came totally from you? You know that? Oh yeah. The meanness in not from any outside influence.
Oh, no, it's totally from the mainstream media. I mean, I was I had msnbc especially when if it was election year my husband and I would have it on home it was in an MSNBC and we were taping the other one if we you know, if we were watching one and you know if Anderson Cooper was on same time as
Jim Cutler 24:36
right, we retake them all and going back and watching them all so there was no and that's all we heard is, you know, I a few of my relatives would watch fox news and that was like, Fox News and you know, and I just didn't give them the chance it I just felt Right.
Jim Cutler 25:01
Where was easy wasn't it?
Right? Because it's like kind of like bowl majority almost everything you watch on TV would would, you know, say what I thought was the truth and and it was not and and when I project Mockingbird researching that was huge for me and do that like because I trusted a Anderson Cooper was channel one if you remember they back in the 90s they gave every classroom a TV we never had TV,
Jim Cutler 25:31
right? Oh, now I remember yes, I do remember that channel on in the classroom? On
Yes. And Cooper was one of the first newscasters on there. Michael, how many key for this? Well, you have to watch a Snickers commercial or something. That's what paid for this, you know?
Jim Cutler 25:48
So I want to just stop you there. And just quickly I just want to remind the audience that Operation Mockingbird It was a CIA program. This was back in the 60s and 70s and There was a very big house and senate hearings in those days, and there was a senator, his name was Frank church who chaired those hearings. And there was all this testimony about the CIA, and about the programs they are engaged in. One of those hearings was on a program that the CIA instituted called Project Mockingbird, and this program, and this is all in the public record, you can go to the Congressional Record, you can read all this stuff. Operation Mockingbird was the CIA, working with media, this could be print media, could be television, radio, you name it. And they would bring CIA officers and get and bring them into these organizations at whatever level made sense. And then they would stay. They're still undercover as CIA operatives, but they would rise up in the organization and they would get on the editorial boards and things like that. Again, this is a very Real program and this isn't, you know, conspiracy theory. These are factual programs that are clearly not only admitted to by the CIA, but are clearly documented in congressional records and historical records. So anyway, just wanted to just take that segue to make sure people understood because sometimes when they hear these terms, it gets lost in the sauce so to speak. So right
right, yeah, that that was huge. To me. That was huge. And that explains you know, why he, to me sometimes sounded like a lunatic fake news, fake news. Well, that totally researching that and getting the actual documents like you said, If approved, and then they have those, those videos of, you know, the the screen almost looks like a giant zoom, or every single newscaster is saying verbatim, the same word, you know, same script. So that was powerful. So Now when I, when I had a little conversation with my son, I just started I'm like, I just feel so bad. It just rocked my world. I thought I had my big awakening. You know, I had my spiritual awakening and but this was definitely a political and more of a spiritual awakening to that I
Jim Cutler 28:18
want. So what would you say to knowing how you felt when you went through this process and that you felt you had to atone for, you know, your transgressions with regard to you know, not only not supporting Trump, but actually dissing him to friends and family? How would you help a democrat who might be going through that same process? Do you feel like that is an important part of the process? Or is there a forgiveness factor that might play a role in there?
I'm self forgiveness. I think committed To Yeah, to atone for your wrongs. I knew I needed to to atone for that. Through in and I was just using my, I don't know if you want to call it a gift I've always considered myself a writer. I've never actually published anything, but I just loved writing and and, you know, I figured, you know, with the business I was getting a little bit of a following social media and but I really didn't I struggled with. I wrote the letter sent it to him. I emailed it got on the White House site. And that's when my son said, Well, why don't you send it to one of those cue sites or i think i think he first said we'll post it and I just I was not ready to out myself to my whole family. And I'm like, I just didn't want the flack I didn't want the to have to defend myself right now because, again, if you would have told me any of this three months ago, four months ago, I just would have, yeah, whatever it had to come from within me. It was the right timing. I think, you know, I'm big believer in everything happens in divine timing. There was a reason for this. So, but when my son said, Well, why don't you post it on one of these queues sites? And he showed me, you know, he told me a few. There's lots of them on Facebook. So okay, so it was that Tuesday night, may 19. I put it on a few Q sites. I wasn't even on Twitter. I got a Twitter account. I didn't know how to use it. So I put it on a few and then it just grew and grew. And my kids, you know, you know, within two days it was my kids would text mom, because if you go to my website, it says, how many views under the letter so there you know my four different kids, they were just getting so into it and tickled to death and a mom it's up to you. 30,040 thought you know, so it was it just blew up I never under.
Jim Cutler 31:07
I mean, I can tell you that. It's very rare to see that kind of heartfelt openness. When it comes to this topic. It's very hard for people. And I don't think this is a democrat or republican thing. This is a human thing, where you get to a point and you realize you were wrong. And in it, and the time you've been wrong might have been very long. And the longer that time period is, the worse you feel about it. And so, but you, you exercised that pain and guilt by writing and then that worked for you doesn't work for everybody, but it worked for you. And not only it worked for you, but it gave Everybody who's read that letter and opportunity to think about what you went through, and what others may be going through with regard to this topic. So in that sense, you know, it happened the way it happened, but the power of within what it is, was much bigger than anybody could have imagined. Another question I have for you, Tammy is the word curiosity. What role do you think curiosity played in your evolution in all of this?
I boil everything, everything I, you know, just combining that with my intuition, getting that same feeling for you know, a certain drug I wrote in my letter about certain things that my mom was taken for osteoporosis and I'm like, Mom, For some reason I know what's bad. I know it's bad do some research do and she kept taking it and she would break another phone and have another surgery. So I got that same exact sensation when hearing that. So I had to I just could not let that fly because people were dying people were you know, so scared where, you know, I just spent a week with my neighbor. We went to Florida we came home March 17. And it was uh, you know, I went to her house the next day and she's like, No, no, you know, I can tell you she was uncomfortable having me in the house and and it's it's it was a scary thing watching all these people pass and you know, seeing TV the stats going up and right. Closing the schools even and, you know, they never closed the schools for my school anyways. Yeah, it was no
Jim Cutler 33:51
snow at all. This was unprecedented. So would you say that that your sense of curiosity overcame any fears you had of how you would be looked at or how you would be treated. I mean, everybody's afraid of being ostracized, yet you overcame that.
Well, in the fact that this was going to save lives, I knew in my heart, this drug was going to save lives, and that ventilators were not so much maybe maybe some people but I, you know, seen on TV and hearing different, you know, people I don't have anyone really close to me that that had it, there was some, someone that had it. I knew that ventilators weren't. The only answer maybe would help but I don't know just hearing little blurbs from nurses and doctors and, and then their videos would be banned from YouTube like, Okay, I gotta keep going. I know this drug and I just kept researching that drug. And then there were doctors coming out and saying, Just Just do it and you know, eventually Start taking the the tonic water I even ordered the drop down. Yeah. I don't even know how to say a qu off of from the comes from a bark of a tree or something in South America but um yeah, I ordered a bunch and kids because my mother has a lung condition if she were to to get that there you go, you know, he would struggle so I wanted something in reserve in case I didn't know what if, if the governor Witten Whitmarsh she was going to give doctors flack for because I kept telling y'all,
Jim Cutler 35:34
I mean, and we had we had a pharmacist from Michigan on the show, and we got quite a bit of information from her about the struggles that she's having with the licensing board and other state agencies. So this isn't a problem not just in Texas, but any every state where there's an oppositional governor who is You know, in opposition to Trump, and they're, they're just, you know, really making this whole hydro hydroxychloroquine prescribing thing very difficult. To me, we're just about out of time. So I just wanted to give you a chance to tie this up and say to people what you feel would be, you know, the closing point here.
Hmm. Okay, well, I get beautiful messages from all around the country. It's just been amazing. The last time I checked, it was 930,000 people have read the letter. But a lot of people are asking me, you know, what are my sources and demanding my sources and like I said a few times, you could not have given me any source. You know, months ago, I feel like I had to come to it on my own. I had to discover you know, I probably would have ripped apart, even if it was true source, I probably would have said Oh, how do you know this isn't fake or I just think you have to go within your own heart and if something just doesn't make sense, you do the research and it is tough. I mean, they're making it there. My letter was taken down several times that's another you know, I got a lot of messages what how do I read your number? I can't open it or your letter. I can't open it on on Facebook. So I have to send them my voice website link. So yeah, they're even taking down an apology letter to the President, you know, but because I had that drug in there and question things why don't they want us to hear this? There's trash and garbage on me on you know, social media on YouTube. Stuff that probably would you know, should be taken down but freedom of speech. Let us use our own discernment and come to the truth. But it is for us. But I'm just I'm not going to be that person that's going to go to my friends and try to convince them. And if they come to me and ask, you know, I tell them my story, and if they choose to believe me or not, it's your choice. I'm not getting, you know, arguing. And it's, it's, you know, I go back to praying, it's like, let's pray that, that it's coming from my heart and I'll pray for the whole world. We, in my center, we do a lot of meditations where it's, you know, Monday morning manifestation, we're going to manifest for the entire community or whole planet and send love and light and people, you You certainly bring a lot of your heart and authenticity to the work you're doing in this and I know there's a lot of people who appreciate that.
Jim Cutler 38:49
Gaming. I want to thank you very much. I know this is a fairly big event in your life. And we all appreciate your coming on the show and telling your story.
Oh, thank you for Reaching out Jim This is wonderful.
Jim Cutler 39:03
All right, take care.
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Sean Morgan 39:36
Hi Sean Morgan here as you know, I'm not a doctor and I don't give medical advice but I wanted to talk to you about a revolution in the health industry and that CBD it's touted to help almost everything. I don't make any claims about treating any diseases but I will give you a link for Harvard Medical you can check out and do your own research. But CBD is short for cannabinoid dl or Something like that I can't really pronounce it, but it's basically a plant based compound found in hemp. And a common misconception is that it will get you high but it doesn't have THC. So it's not going to do that. From what I've researched. It seems to be federally legal in the US and it should be in every state but you can double check to make sure in your state but affects the endocannabinoid system. And this is a regulatory system with powerful effects on the hormones nerves, digestion, pain stress in the brain. And researchers are really calling this system the great regulator and the new frontier of of plant based medicine. And so it's really exciting. I'm going to talk to you about nature's ultra which is owned by Young Living essential oils. They get their CBD from high altitude farms in Colorado, and they don't have to use pesticides because they're in high altitude and they rigorously test their products to make sure they don't have any heavy metals. Because nowadays you really you can get CBD almost everywhere. You probably see it in your grocery store and your pharmacy 711 but the problem is that the cheaper it is and the cost usually that means it has more heavy metals in it so you don't want to just buy some random CBD that's why I want to talk to you about the Young Living essential oils and the nature is ultra CBD. So if you want to learn more about it go to Young Living dot family slash CBD. If you just want to experience maybe the the healing power of CBD and essential oils or you're you're interested in selling CBD like me as an independent distributor. You can learn more about that there. Now they have an unconditional money back guarantee, which is really cool. So they really stand by their product. And if you have any troubles on the site, you can just contact me through that page and I'll help you. This is for Americans only. But just check out the site go to Young Living dot family slash CBD and you can learn all about CBD, watch the videos, read the Harvard Medical article and let me know what If you would like to be a sponsor of my channel and reach 30,000, intelligent, patriotic and selfless viewers every day, just email me at q and