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Turmeric

Turmeric, and curcumin are showing strong benefits for all autoimmune inflammatory conditions. Read More

Turkish Rhubarb

Turkish Rhubarb Root is used for its properties as antioxidant for Cellular Regeneration, Cleansing, Detoxifying, and Diuretic action. Read More

Tribulus, Puncture Vine

Tribulus, Puncture Vine helps with the organs and systems of the abdomen, especially the liver, kidneys, urinary tract and sexual systems. Read More

Thyme

Thyme has a history with with chest and respiratory problems including coughs, bronchitis, and chest congestion. Read More

Tansy

Tansy is an effective remedy for use in ridding the digestive tract of infestations of worms. Read More

Tamarind, Citrimax, Garcinia

Tamarind, Citrimax, Garcinia seems to work in part by blocking the conversion of sugary foods and starches into fats. Read More

Stevia

Stevia leaf is used for diabetes, obesity, cavities, hypertension, fatigue, depression, sweet cravings, and infections. Read More

St. Johns Wort

St. Johns Wort is a valuable healing and anti-inflammatory remedy. Read More

Spices For Health

Spices offer interesting flavors and some potentially significant health benefits. Read More

Slippery Elm

Slippery Elm Bark is a soothing nutritive demulcent which is perfectly suited for sensitive or inflamed mucous membrane linings in the digestive system. Read More

Skullcap

Skullcap relaxes states of nervous tension whilst at the same time renewing and revivifying the central nervous system. Read More

Shephards Purse

Shephards Purse will prove effective in the treatment of diarrhea, wounds, nose bleeds, and other conditions. Read More

Schizandra

Schizandra is used to treat a variety of medical conditions and is widely known as a longevity herb and aphrodisiac. Read More

Saw Palmetto

Saw Palmetto is a herb that acts to tone and strengthen the male reproductive system. Read More

Samento for Lyme Disease

Samento for Lyme Disease, the fastest growing infectious disease in the world. Read More

Sage and Body Odor

Sage besides body odor is touted as a treatment for everything from mouth cancer to gray hair. Read More

Sage

Red Sage is the classic remedy for inflammations of the mouth, throat and tonsils, its volatile oils soothing the mucous membranes Read More

Saffron

Saffron is rich in crocetin as a cholesterol reducer and as a protector against human heart disease. Read More

Rue

Rue is supportive of the liver, brain, uterus and joints. It helps the body eliminate toxins. Read More

Rhodiola, Golden Root

Rhodiola, Golden Root is used for treating depression and fatigue, enhancing memory and intellectual capacity, increasing work performance and endurance, and stimulating the nervous system. Read More

Persimmon Leaves

Persimmon Leaves are an allergy or itching preventive food. Read More

Nutmeg

Nutmeg is valued as an anti-inflammatory agent, reducing swelling of the joints. Read More

Nettle

Nettles are one of the most widely applicable plants we have. They strengthen and support the whole body. Read More

Milk Thistle

Milk Thistle can be used to increase the secretion and flow of bile from the liver and gallbladder. Read More

Marshmallow

Marshmallow is good for chronic inflammatory conditions affecting the gastrointestinal system or genitourinary tract. Read More

Malva Leaf

Malva Leaf soothes and softens irritated tissues, especially the mucus membranes. Read More

Lobelia

Lobelia has a general depressant action on the central and autonomic nervous system and on neuromuscular action. Read More

Licorice

Licorice triterpenes of Glycyrrhiza are metabolized in the body to molecules that have a similar structure to the adrenal cortex hormones. Read More

Iris

Iris root yields a warm and comforting fragrance healing to emotional hurts and dissolving of mental blocks. Read More

Horsetail, Equisetum

Horsetail is an excellent astringent for the genito-urinary system, reducing hemorrhage and healing wounds thanks to the high silica content. Read More

Hoodia

San Bushmen, have used Hoodia as an appetite suppressant for their long hunting expeditions. Read More

Guggul

Guggul is one of the most fascinating and complex herbals with dozens upon dozens of hyper-exotic phytonutrients. Read More

Goldenseal

Berberine, one of the alkaloids found in Goldenseal, was found to decrease the activity of an enzyme involved in tumor growth Read More

Epimedium

The phytonutrients in Goat Weed directly benefit the sexual systems in humans as well, and they help with an overall enhanced sense of youth, ambition, confidence and well-being. Read More

Devils Claw

Devils Claw grows in Africa in very arid conditions. The roots are collected at the end of the rainy season. Read More

Dandelion

Dandelion root may be used in inflammation and congestion of liver and gallbladder. Read More

Damiana

Damiana has a long history of use in traditional herbal medicine throughout the world. It is thought to act as an aphrodisiac, antidepressant, tonic, diuretic, cough-suppressant, and mild laxative. Read More

Cloves

Researchers have discovered that like many spices, clove contains antioxidants. Read More

Cinnamon and Honey

It is found that mixture of Honey and Cinnamon cures most of the diseases. Read More

Cascara Sagrada

Cascara Sagrada is used to help eliminate, to repair issues in the colon and in the liver. Read More

Capsicum – Cayenne

Capsicum – Cayenne is rich in carotenoids, important red pigments that are important anti-oxidants. Read More

Blessed Thistle

Blessed Thistle has been known to aid the body with many ailments. Read More

Antioxidant Activity in Chocolate

Flavonoids found in chocolate include the flavanols, notably the main flavonoid epicatechin, and catechin, and polymers of these, the proanthocyanidins. Read More

Amla

Amla reduces unwanted fat because it increases total protein levels; this is due to its ability to create a positive nitrogen balance and it also significantly reduces the levels of free fatty acids. Read More

Potassium Iodide (SSKI)

It’s very likely that SSKI helps eliminate fibrocystic breast disease and ovarian cysts at least partly through it’s interaction with estrogens Read More

Iodine Health Benefits

There is growing evidence that Americans would have better health and a lower incidence of cancer and fibrocystic disease of the breast if they consumed more iodine. A decrease in iodine intake coupled with an increased consumption of competing halogens, fluoride and bromide, has created an epidemic of iodine deficiency in America. Read More

Iodine Skin Test

The iodine disappearance rate is unrelated to thyroid disease or even iodine content of the body Read More

Iodine Deficiency Effects

While iodine will help the thyroid increase the production of hormone where necessary, it also inhibits over-release from the gland by giving thyroid enzymes what they want. Read More

Iodine Research

The RDA for iodine was based on the amount of iodine/iodide needed to prevent goiter, extreme mental retardation and hypothyroidism. The optimal requirement of the whole human body for iodine has never been studied. Read More

Iodine Deficiency Causes

All glands (thyroid, adrenal, etc.) especially need iodine for the production of hormones. Read More

Iodine Malabsorption and Staph Infections

Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) is a tough, hardy and insistent pathogen that can cause major upsets in a healthy system and it can be devastating (I mean deadly) to a protein deficient system. Read More

Iodine Dosage

Based on numerous studies, optimum supplementation of Iodine is also highly recommended Read More

Eat Your Vegetables

30 per cent of cancers in the West can be attributed to dietary factors – placing food second only to tobacco as a preventable cause of cancer. Read More

Maca History and Facts

Maca root has been used by native Indians in Peru as a vital ingredient to health for thousands of years. Read More

Maca

Maca for men or women who are “languishing,” it may only take a small amount of 4:1 Maca extract to make a meaningful difference. Read More

Kale

Kale is also well known for it’s presence of carotenoids, especially lutein and zeaxanthin. These two substances act as a filter and help to protect the eye from overexposure to ultraviolet light. Read More

Cruciferous Veggies for A Long Life

Cruciferous Veggies deliver critical nutrients your body needs for revitalization and renewal. Read More

Collards

Collards are an excellent source of manganese functions as an enzyme activator. One of the enzymes that manganese activates is the one that helps the body to utilize Vitamin C. Read More

Carrots

Carrots are rich in carotene, fiber and beta carotene, a powerful antioxidant. They contain calcium pectate, a pectin fiber that has been found to have cholesterol-lowering properties. Read More

Broccoli Sprouts or Extract

Broccoli extract indole-3-carbinol does not act on estrogen at all, but rather works through a different mechanism to halt the cell cycle. Read More

Sesame

All over Western Asia, tahini, a paste made from ground dried sesame seeds, is popular and used to thicken and flavor sauces and gravies. Hummus, a bread spread popular in Israel and in the Lebanon, is made from cooked chickpeas, tahini, olive oil, a hint of lemon juice and fresh parsley. Read More

Asparagus

Rutin, a phytochemical in each spear, helps to strengthen capillary walls. Asparagus also contains high contents of Glutathione (GSH), a very potent antioxidant and anticarcinogen. Read More

Almonds

Almonds are much used in Middle Eastern cuisine; in Northern Indian cooking style, which was heavily influenced by Persia, they are widely used, besides poppy seeds, as a sauce thickener (in whole India, wheat flour is never taken for this purpose). Read More

Alfalfa

Like other members of the legume family, alfalfa is a fairly good source protein (up to 50%), B-complex vitamins and several minerals (calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, iron, and potassium). Read More

Water: The Magic and Majesty

The vital development of a new technology, harmonious and conforming to Nature’s laws, demands a radical and fundamental change in our way of thinking and to our approach to the interpretation of the established doctrines and facts of physics, chemistry, agriculture, forestry and water management. Read More

Water Memory: Dr. Ludwig

Water which has once been exposed to pollutants is dead. Even the most intensive and modern sewage treatment facilities cannot revive it Read More

Water Energy Observations

Shed some light on what is going on inside our bodies because of the restructured water, more life force, and higher levels of cellular magnesium to name a few actions Read More

Water as Communicator

Dr. Lee Lorenzen was bold enough to challenge the accepted notion that this decline in metabolic efficiency was an inevitable result of aging. Read More

Revitalized Water Importance

Water-masses conducted in this fashion are slightly warmed through the interplay of mechanical forces of friction on the vane-surfaces, leading to the separation of oxygen in the inner region of the pipe and its subsequent concentration at the periphery Read More

Inulin from Dahlia

The Dahlia is named after Dr. Dahl, a pupil of Linnaeus, but is also known by the name Georgina. Read More

Probiotics: Soil-Based Organisms (SBOs)

Living organisms in the soil, helped dissolve coarse minerals in the soil, into a micronized form that plant roots could absorb. The soil was full of reduced minerals and living organisms which produced plants rich in vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. Read More

Probiotics for Balanced Digestive System

A good intestinal bacteria balance provides protection against a broad range of pathogens, including certain forms of Clostridia, Escherichia Coli, Salmonella, Shigella and Pseudomonas, as well as yeasts such as Candida albicans. Read More

Superb Probiotic Substitute from Russia

The special strain of L. rhamnose contains peptidoglycans, lipopolysaccharides and other cell wall fractions that markedly enhance immunity. Read More

Kefir: Probiotic Jewel

Kefir, a cultured-milk beverage originated centuries ago, in the Northern Caucasus Mountains of Europe. The cultural art of making kefir (without refrigeration) has been performed over many centuries. Read More

SBOs and Immune System

Autoimmune disorders have one thing in common: the immune system becomes severely compromised and no longer functions properly. Read More

Inulin

Inulin provides Nutritional support of the blood-sugar-balancing system is essential for energy and endurance, as well as appetite moderation and the burning of excess fats. Read More

How to Evaluate Probiotics

Some probiotic supplements do not require refrigeration. They come to you complete with their own prebiotics, to keep the probiotics alive and viable. Read More

Benefits of Body Biotics SBOs

The soil-based organisms have been useful for the healing of some really serious illnesses. Read More

Probiotics in the Media

People with inflammatory bowel disease have too many bad bacteria, and not enough good bacteria (probiotics). Read More

Bacillus As Probiotics

Bacillus subtilis and Bacillus licheniformis are widely used in probiotic formulas in the livestock and poultry industries, especially in Europe, where the feeding of antibiotic growth promoters has been banned. Read More

Probiotics Definitions

Oral probiotics are living microorganisms which, upon digestion in certain numbers, exert health benefits beyond inherent basic nutrition. Read More

Fructo-Oligo-Saccharides: FOS

Fructo-Oligo-Saccharides: FOS are also known as prebiotics because they promote the growth of probiotics such as Acidophilus, Bifidus and Faecium. Read More

Genki Foods are ALIVE!

All of the nutrients coming from whole foods would by nature contain major antioxidants, tissue alkalizers, Friendly Microbes (+LAB), Amino Acids, Enzymes, Vitamins, Minerals, & Essential Fatty Acids. Read More

Pure Water and Pure Consciousness

Most of us are not familiar with the dynamics of our own consciousness nor do we bother to train ourselves in meditation to perceive the pure light within for it is an intensely dynamic space that is difficult to pin down. Read More

Physics of Sub-Nano Water

Under the vast majority of existing conditions, particularly laminar flow, (i.e. movement through piping systems or confining underground aquifers), water experiences negative thermodynamic fluctuations. Read More

Memory of Water

The HeartMath Research Center has developed a new technology that can detect and measure the capacity of water to amplify weak electromagnetic fields. Read More

Energized Water Observations

Imagine my delight when I woke up one morning able to move my hands after drinking just one glass of water which I had successfully energized the night before Read More

Energized Water for Bathing

Ordinary water forms large clusters that resemble geodesic domes consisting of 168 molecules. Only a small fraction of the water we use is in small clusters of 4, 8 or 12 molecules that are permeable to the cellular wall. Read More

Energized Water

Pure, natural, unpolluted spring water is naturally structured water. Read More

C.S. Lewis: Water

C.S. Lewis writing about “real water” said: “His face was changed. Not only his eyes but everything about him seemed to be brighter.” Read More

Vitamin D: More Important for Bones than Calcium

Take vitamin D supplements to ensure adequate vitamin D status during periods when there is little exposure to sunshine. Read More

Vitamin D to End Illness

Our modern lifestyle does not permit most people to obtain sufficient vitamin D from the sun, even though 90% of our vitamin D comes from the sun. Read More

Vitamin B17

Amygdalin is extracted from almond cake by boiling alcohol; on evaporation of the solution and the addition of ether, amygdalin is precipitated as white minute crystals. Read More

Functions of Vitamins

Scientific research has proven that an excess of an isolated vitamin or mineral can produce the same symptoms as a deficiency of that vitamin or mineral. Read More

Cancer-Prevention Vitamin That Your Body Makes for Free

There is a growing body of evidence that a higher intake of vitamin D may be helpful in the prevention and treatment of cancer, high blood pressure, fibromyalgia, diabetes mellitus, multiple sclerosis, and rheumatoid arthritis and other diseases. Read More

Ascorbic Acid Competes with Sugar

Excessive sugar intake is now regarded as the number one risk factor for females and the number two risk factor for males in the causation of heart attacks. Read More

Water Treament Terminology

Compare water treatment technologies and concepts. Read More

Water Ionizers – Filtration Systems

Ionizers generate Ionized water with high antioxidant qualities. This creates an abundance of negative ions that neutralize free radicals, known to contribute to aging and disease, especially cancers. Negative ions also energize your body. Read More

Detox and clean your water

Since water makes up the most of this whole world we live in, we should constantly have in mind that how we treat it will have an impact on how it treats us in return. Read More

Carter’s Artifact

Carter’s Artifact is made from the same ceramic material with Laminar Crystal as Twilight America Sparkly Cupcakes and Sparkly Pearls. Read More