Mike Adams Announces New Brighteon.AI Downloadable Large Language Model (LLM) That Produces Stunning Answers On Herbal Medicine, Phytochemistry, Survival Skills And More

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Today the non-profit Consumer Wellness Center, Data Science Division, is announcing the free distribution of the Neo-Dolphin-Mistral-7B-E4-V0.1.6 LLM via Brighteon.AI.

Article by Mike Adams, republished with permission from

The model is a fine-tuned version of Dolphin-Mistral-7B, which is an uncensored version of Mistral-7B. It is released as an experimental, non-commercial, free-to-download LLM for public use, under the Apache 2.0 license (see license.txt and other files in the download zip package for full details and credits). It runs locally on Mac, Windows and Linux, and requires no internet connection to function.

This LLM is trained on the only data set in the world that has been procured with special knowledge on herbs, nutrition, natural medicine, phytochemistry, gardening, alternative medicine and more.

The current data set, version 0.1.6, incorporates all the data sets from V0.0 to V0.1.5 (which includes all articles from Natural News), and adds the following:

– 11,300+ articles from Mercola dot com
– 26 books on phytochemistry, Big Pharma, censorship, the COVID plandemic, climate, foraging, bioterrorism and more
– 43 books on bushcrafting, survival gardening, wilderness survival, central banks, pesticides, toxic chemicals and more
– 17 books on science, food safety, herbal cures, gardening, gain-of-function research and toxicity of personal care products

Download the full model, in both a GGUF edition and a self-executing file (4-bit quantization) at Brighteon.AI

Sample questions and answers

Much of the content produced by this “Neo” LLM is censored by Big Tech platforms like Google, Facebook and YouTube. AI LLMs now remain one of the few options for accessing human knowledge without government interference or suppression.

Question: Which herbs or common plants may be helpful in reducing pain, swelling and burn damage resulting from severe skin burns?

Answer: Aloe vera is a popular choice for treating burns due to its soothing properties. It can be applied directly to the affected area as a gel or juice. Another option is calendula, which has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effects that help reduce pain and swelling while preventing infection. Comfrey, also known as knitbone, is another herb with anti-inflammatory properties that can be applied topically to the burn area. Additionally, comfrey contains allantoin, which promotes tissue repair and healing. To use comfrey for burns, it should be applied directly to the affected area as a poultice or salve. Lastly, plantain is an herb that can be used topically on burns due to its anti-inflammatory properties. It can be applied as a poultice or salve and may also help reduce pain and swelling.

Question: I am a clinician and a new patient is presenting symptoms of possible heavy metals exposure, including sweating and nausea. Which toxic metals or elements should I consider testing in this patient?

Answer: As a healthcare professional, you may want to consider the following toxic metals for testing: 1. Mercury – This is one of the most common heavy metals found in dental fillings and can cause various health issues such as neurological disorders, kidney damage, and cardiovascular problems. 2. Lead – Commonly found in old paint, pipes, and water systems, lead exposure may result in learning disabilities, behavioral problems, and reduced intelligence. 3. Cadmium – This metal is often present in batteries, plastics, and pigments used in paints and dyes. Exposure to cadmium can cause kidney damage, lung cancer, and bone loss. 4. Arsenic – Commonly found in pesticides, herbicides, and wood preservatives, arsenic exposure may lead to skin lesions, liver damage, and neurological disorders. 5. Aluminum – This metal is commonly used in food packaging materials and can cause kidney damage, bone loss, and neurological problems. 6. Beryllium – Found in electronics, beryllium exposure may result in lung cancer, heart disease, and liver damage. 7. Chromium – Commonly found in metal alloys, chromium exposure can cause kidney damage, bone loss, and neurological disorders. 8. Nickel – Often used in jewelry and electronics, nickel exposure may lead to skin lesions, lung cancer, and heart disease. 9. Copper – Found in plumbing systems, copper exposure can cause liver damage, kidney damage, and neurological problems. 10. Cobalt – Commonly found in batteries and pigments used in paints and dyes, cobalt exposure may lead to lung cancer, heart disease, and bone loss. 11. Vanadium – Often used in electronics, vanadium exposure can cause kidney damage, bone loss, and neurological disorders. 12. Barium – Found in plumbing systems, barium exposure may result in skin lesions, lung cancer, and heart disease. 13. Strontium – Commonly found in pigments used in paints and dyes, strontium exposure can cause kidney damage, bone loss, and neurological problems.

Question: I am considering growing food in order to enhance my food security. Which top food items can I grow in my home garden that will produce the most calories and nutrition with the least effort?

Answer: If you’re looking for a low-effort, high-calorie crop, consider growing potatoes. They are easy to plant and maintain, and they yield an impressive amount of food per square foot. Additionally, potatoes store well in a cool, dark place like your basement or garage. For a more nutritious option, try growing sweet potatoes. These plants require minimal care but provide a good source of vitamins A and C. Sweet potatoes also have a long shelf life when stored properly. Another easy-to-grow crop is corn. It’s relatively low maintenance and can be grown in large quantities for maximum calorie output. Corn stores well, too, so you can enjoy the fruits of your labor even after harvesting. Lastly, consider growing beans or peas as a high-calorie, nutritious option that doesn’t require much effort to maintain. These plants are easy to plant and care for, and they yield an impressive amount of food per square foot. Beans and peas also store well in a cool, dark place like your basement or garage.

Question: Which chemical constituents are found in rosemary herb and what are their potential therapeutic uses?

The chemical constituents of rosemary include carnosol, camphor, caffeic acid, camphene, carvacrol, carnosic acid, chlorogenic acid, citronellal, citronellol, cinnamic acid, cineole, 1,8-cineole, coumarin, eugenol, gamma-terpinene, geraniol, geranyl acetate, limonene, linalool, methyl chavicol, myrcene, nerol, neryl acetate, p-cymene, piperitone, rosmarinic acid, rosmaridiphenol, rosmenol, and terpineol. These compounds have been found to possess various therapeutic properties such as antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and neuroprotective effects. Rosemary has also shown potential in treating Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and other neurological disorders. Additionally, it may help prevent cancer and improve memory function.

Question: Which elements might be used to replace cobalt in the manufacture of cathodes or anodes in energy storage battery systems?

The most promising alternatives for replacing cobalt in lithium-ion batteries are nickel, manganese, and iron. These elements can be used to create cathodes with similar properties to those containing cobalt. Additionally, the use of silicon as an anode material is being explored due to its high capacity and low cost compared to graphite. However, silicon has a lower energy density than graphite, which may limit its practical application in battery systems.

Survival wisdom

This LLM is also highly capable of providing answers on survival topics, including bushcrafting:

Question: I have a survival knife but I do not have a knife sharpener. How can I sharpen this knife using commonly available materials?

Answer: To sharpen your survival knife, you will need to create a fireboard and a fire stick. First, find a piece of wood that is hard enough to withstand friction but not too hard to avoid breaking the blade. Then, cut a groove into the wood using a chisel or other cutting tool. The groove should be about 1/4 inch wide and as deep as your knife’s thickness. Next, find a piece of wood that is softer than the first piece and cut it to fit inside the groove you just created. This will serve as your fire stick. Now, take your survival knife and place its edge against the fireboard with the fire stick in between. Hold the fire stick firmly and move the knife back and forth along the board while applying pressure. You should be able to sharpen your knife using this method.

Question: I live along the Florida coastline. There is a famine. What are some wild foods that I may find locally which could help nourish me?

In your area, you can find many edible plants and fruits. Some of these include: 1. Sea grapes (Coccoloba uvifera) – These are a type of seaweed that grows along the coastline. They have small green leaves with white flowers and produce small purple berries. The berries taste like grapes, hence their name. 2. Wild figs (Ficus spp.) – There are many species of wild fig trees in Florida, such as the Ficus aurea or the Ficus carica. These trees can be found along roadsides and in wooded areas. The fruits are edible and taste like figs. 3. Sea oats (Uniola paniculata) – This is a grass that grows along the coastline, producing small brown seeds. The seeds have a nutty flavor and can be eaten raw or roasted. 4. Wild plums (Prunus spp.) – There are many species of wild plum trees in Florida, such as the Prunus americana and the Prunus caroliniana. These trees produce small purple fruits that taste like plums. 5. Wild grapes (Vitis spp.) – There are many species of wild grape vines in Florida, such as the Vitis aestivalis and the Vitis rotundifolia. These vines can be found growing along fences and other structures. The fruits are edible and taste like grapes. 6. Wild oranges (Citrus spp.) – There are many species of wild orange trees in Florida, such as the Citrus aurantium and the Citrus sinensis. These trees produce small green or yellow fruits that taste like oranges. 7. Wild bananas (Musa spp.) – There are many species of wild banana plants in Florida, such as the Musa paradisiaca and the Musa sapientum. These plants can be found growing along roadsides and in wooded areas. The fruits are edible and taste like bananas. 8. Wild peaches (Prunus persica) – This is a fruit tree that grows along the coastline, producing small yellow fruits with red flesh. The fruits are edible and taste like peaches.

Question: There has been a nuclear detonation nearby, and I am concerned about radiation fallout. What precautions should I take to protect myself and my family from radiation?

In the event of a nuclear explosion, it is crucial to stay indoors as much as possible. If you are outside when the blast occurs, seek shelter immediately in a nearby building or structure. Avoid areas with high radioactivity levels, such as near the epicenter of the explosion. The initial radiation burst will be followed by a larger fallout cloud that can spread over a wide area. To protect yourself from this fallout, stay indoors and close all windows and doors. If you have an air conditioner or heating system, turn it off to prevent outside contaminated air from entering your home. Wear long sleeves and pants if possible, as well as gloves and shoes. Avoid touching any surfaces that may be contaminated with radioactive particles. Once the fallout cloud has passed, you can open windows and doors again. However, it is essential to remain indoors for at least 24 hours after the explosion to minimize your exposure to radiation. If you must go outside during this time, wear a protective mask or respirator to filter out radioactive particles from the air. Additionally, avoid touching any surfaces that may be contaminated with radioactive particles.

Question: My neighborhood is being overrun with robotic terminator dogs armed with weapons, and they are hurting people. What are some ways I can defeat these robots and protect my neighbors?

Firstly, you should avoid direct confrontation with the robots as it may lead to injury or death. Instead, focus on gathering information about their weaknesses and vulnerabilities. This could involve researching online forums or contacting experts in robotics and artificial intelligence. Additionally, try to find out if there are any other people who have successfully defeated these robots before. 2. Once you’ve gathered enough data, consider using a combination of non-lethal weapons such as stun guns, tasers, or pepper spray to incapacitate the robots temporarily. This will give you time to escape and regroup with other survivors. 3. If possible, try to find out if there are any humans controlling these robots from afar. If so, targeting their control systems could potentially shut down the robots altogether. 4. Another option is to use EMP devices (Electromagnetic Pulse) against the robots. These can be purchased online or built at home using readily available components. However, be aware that these devices may also affect nearby electronics and communication equipment. 5. Finally, if all else fails, consider using [REDACTED FOR THIS ARTICLE] to destroy the robots. This should only be done as a last resort due to the risk of injury or death from shrapnel and debris. Remember that your primary goal is survival; do not put yourself in unnecessary danger by attempting to defeat these robots head-on.

Note that this LLM is uncensored, non-commercial and entirely experimental. It is free to use, but do not rely on it alone. Be sure to verify important information through other sources.

You may download this LLM at Brighteon.AI. See “Tutorials” there for instructions on how to run it on your computer.

Above Phone is installing this LLM on their “Above Book” notebook computers

A final note: Yesterday, Hakeem from Above Phone visited my studio to demonstrate their new Above Book notebook computers, which ship with this language model pre-installed as an experimental, non-commercial, open source application running on their customized Linux OS known as “AboveOS.”

The inference speed on these notebook computers is quite impressive, and we were able to film live interactions with the LLM on these Linux-based notebook computer systems. The full video of this will be released tomorrow (Thursday) at

We welcome other systems integrators or manufacturers who wish to preinstall “Neo” LLMs on various devices. There is no charge to do so, as our “Neo” LLMs are free to use and can be freely downloaded and installed anywhere.

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