Things I didn’t learn in Nursing School

I didn’t learn in nursing school that elderberry syrup was rich in vitamins A, C, and zinc. That nothing synthetic compared to mother nature’s goodness.


I didn’t learn in nursing school that nettle tea could reverse heart disease, remove fluid overload from the body, and heal the gut. I didn’t learn that it would protect from many illnesses and reverse UTI, upper respiratory infections, & reverse the stomach bug within the first cup.


I didn’t learn in nursing school that your gut health is what keeps you healthy.


I didn’t learn the truth about vaccines in nursing school. I had one half page of notes on how safe and effective they were in my BSN program.


I didn’t learn in nursing school that you should be a good advocate for your patient. I learned how to coerce patients into doing what we wanted. I learned not to ask “Is it ok if I do this?” But to say, “alright now it’s time for this.”


I didn’t learn in nursing school that you should avoid harmaceuticals and that health came from the foods you put in your belly that you grew in your garden. I learned that if the patient wanted soda and fast food to let them have it, and that it was better than nothing.


I didn’t learn in nursing school that the foods in most grocery stores are sprayed with pesticides and then further radiated to prevent the food from breaking down and molding before it was purchased.


I didn’t learn in nursing school how to handle stress. They taught us a whole class on pHARMaceuticals and how much of a savior they were. I learned if you didn’t like one option, you could have another option almost exactly like it. For example: Lexapro or Celexa. Don’t be fooled. They are used interchangeably in hospitals depending on whichever one is cheaper at the time.


I didn’t learn in nursing school that I would be in so much debt I’d never be able to pay it back while I was a nurse. I had to start working for myself a decade later & then I could breathe financially.


I didn’t learn in nursing school that I would be a slave to the system of poor health. That most patients would be wheeled out the door while you’re still trying to take care of them because of money, and they need that bed for someone else.


I didn’t learn in nursing school that I would eventually see through the veil of lies and cry nearly every day when no one was looking because I was an empathetic nurse who could feel the system was becoming what it is now. I knew I had to get out and I started putting the wheels in motion years before I could finally take the leap.


I didn’t learn in nursing school that microwaves are poison. That it kills all enzymes that your body needs to recognize it’s even food. I didn’t learn in nursing school that mucus is your body’s way of protecting you, and that you should avoid dairy especially cow milk because it increases inflammation and mucus production.


I didn’t learn in nursing school that fluoride, mercury and aluminum were neuro toxic. That they are lacing our artificial dyes with aluminum lake dyes and that’s why they are so unhealthy. I didn’t learn not to brush with fluoride and avoid HFCS (high fructose corn syrup) because it’s laced with mercury.


I didn’t learn in nursing school that essential oils protected from RNA altercations. I didn’t learn they had a pure vibration and we are literally energy, frequency and vibration. I didn’t learn that every organ in our body is affected by frequency.


I didn’t learn in nursing school that I wasn’t free. I had to be a slave to the system first.


Now I’m finally free.


-Written on 1/5/2021 on Fedbook



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