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Could an ancient Chinese secret hold the answer for people debilitated by a very modern disease? That’s the promise of this herb that’s been used for millennia by practitioners of Chinese medicine and other traditional healing systems. In fact, the Chinese view it as the most important of all tonic herbs. Often combined with other plant-based remedies, this humble root is said to strengthen the immune system, protect against the effects of stress, and treat various health conditions. But recent scientific research suggests another benefit: Taken in supplement form, his herb may be a useful therapy for people with cancer.
Continue reading Astragalus: Cancer-Fighting Herb Shows Promise
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Tags: angina, Anti-inflammatory, Antibacterial, antibodies, antioxidant, antiviral, astragalus, cancer, cardiovascular, dyspnea, fatigue, immune system, locoweed, nursing, stress, tumors
Imagine you are walking the beach on the North Shore of Oahu in Hawaii. All around you, people are surfing, hiking, jogging, swimming and paddleboarding. Suddenly it becomes obvious which of your fellow sand dwellers are tourists and which are locals. Not only do the locals have a glow about their skin and trim figures, but they also seem to be oozing with abundant health and energy to spare! Plus, there isn’t a sniffle, cough, runny nose or apparent headache in sight. What on earth can their secret be? Is it the sun? The stress-free life? The salt air? Those […]
Continue reading Coconut Oil: A Saturated Fat that’s GOOD for You?
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Tags: Anti-inflammatory, Antibacterial, Coconut Oil, Medium Chain Triglycerides, Saturated Fat, Weight Loss
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