We know that vaccines are harmful on their own, but when vaccines are used by people who eat food containing glyphosate, then the risks are greatly magnified. Basically, anyone who eats conventionally grown grain, conventionally raised animals, and highly processed factory produced food is eating toxic levels of glyphosate. Actually, glyphosate is so toxic, that any amount of glyphosate in the diet produces harm. Data actually shows that smaller amounts of glyphosate can actually cause more harm than larger levels of exposure. So, the idea that a little bit of glyphosate won’t hurt you is wishful and false thinking. [6, 7]
I’m glad you mentioned my two best ways to prevent dry skin in the winter, even though they were all the way down the list at #14 and #16. I like gentle soap, and tend to skip it entirely when the dirt I am trying to remove is water soluble. Humidifying the air can be as simple as putting a steel or cast iron pot filled with water on top of a wood stove or other heat source and letting it evaporate into the air. I usually put 1-2 gallons of water into the air every day this way, and have never had a problem with mold. I think mold usually needs a warm, wet, enclosed area to grow. As long as the air is circulating in an open space, it should be good. Adding humidity to the winter air also moisturizes your nasal passages and throat, keeping the colds and sore throats at bay, as well as preventing static cling in clothing.