Science Verifies Folk Medicine. Elderberry Beats the Flu, Prevents Colds, and Strengthens Your Immunity



'European Black Elderberry (Sambucus nigra) is a shrub that is commonly found across Europe, central and western Asia, and northern Africa, with subspecies all over North America. There are several different species of Elderberry. 


The berries and flowers are used medicinally and are loaded with antioxidants, quercetin, rutin and anthocyanins (a type of flavonoid that acts as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory ).[1] Hippocrates referred to the elder tree as his “medicine chest.”[2]'

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5 Ways to Combat Heartburn Without Pharmaceuticals

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'But let the pill-taker beware, as new data is coming out about the class of heartburn drugs called Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPI's). Scarily, they double your risk of dying from a heart attack, according to a recent study reported in PLOS One, a peer-reviewed online journal (1).

This class of drugs is sold over the counter and by doctors as omeprazole (generic version of Prilosec), Prevacid, Protonix and the aforementioned Nexium. The PPI drugs have earned billions in profits by preventing symptoms of heartburn. Do they work? Sure. By preventing the secretion of stomach acid, symptoms go away. Problem solved, right?'

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How to Strengthen Your Nervous System

How to Strengthen Your Nervous System
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'The nervous system is a complex network of autonomic, motor and sensory nerves, which are involved in everything your body does.

From regulating your breathing to controlling your movements, from digestion to regulating temperature, the nervous system plays a role in many important functions of the body.

Problems with your nervous system can occur due to poor blood circulation, trauma or compression of the nerves, nerve dysfunction, side effects of drugs or toxic substances, and nutritional deficiencies of vitamins B6 and B12 as well as magnesium.'


Furthermore, chronic stress increases the sympathetic nervous system activity and affects the autonomic nervous system.'


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Rising PSA no cause for alarm



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'“PSA velocity” sounds like a phrase that was coined just to frighten you.

And it probably was.

After all, if your doc says “your PSA numbers have risen a touch, but are still low,” you probably wouldn’t care.

But if he says you’ve got “PSA velocity,” well… now you’re probably ready to panic, right?

It’s only natural–and before you know it, the real velocity here is the speed at which you’re hurtling toward a biopsy and quite possibly surgery, radiation and drugs that could ruin your life… all for a cancer that never was a threat to your health in the first place."



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Beware: PSA prostate cancer screening test is a dangerous hoax, warns discoverer of prostate specific antigen

by Paul Fassa

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. By the age of 50, most men have some cancerous prostate cells, although many will never know it unless they are screened, and most will not die from it.

Luckily, it's a slow growing cancer. Although prostate cancer cases increase with age, still, only about 3% of men actually die from it.


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Professor Gets Grant for HPV Vaccine Study Then Warns Against It

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'Canadian Concordia University’s kinesiology professor Genevieve Rail was awarded a grant of $270,000 to study the effects of HPV vaccines on the public. HPV stands for human papillomavirus, which was suddenly declared the root cause of cervical cancer over the past decade.'

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Scientists Wowed by Tai Chi's Health Benefits

Scientists Wowed by Tai Chi's Health Benefits
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'There are good reasons for Tai Chi's exploding popularity—its list of evidence-based health benefits is so long that many are calling this walking meditation, "walking medication"

Tai chi has grown in popularity to the point that it's giving yoga a run for its money. 

Now practiced by about 3.5 million Americans,[1] Tai Chi boasts a mountain of scientific literature supporting its health benefits for people of all ages and abilities—from healthy young adults to the elderly or wheelchair bound. 

Investigations suggest a regular Tai Chi practice can bring welcome relief from a variety of medical conditions.'

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HOW TO TREAT ALZHEIMER’S STARTING WITH 3 TEASPOONS OF COCONUT OIL PER DAY

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"In related news, Florida researchers are also looking into whether coconut oil might be of benefit against Alzheimer’s. Three years ago, I published Dr. Mary Newport’s theory that ketone bodies, an alternative fuel for your brain that your body makes when digesting coconut oil, might offer profound benefits in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease."

The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest - The True History of Chemo & The Pharmaceutical Monopoly

Bringing the nervous system into optimal balance with corrective chiropractic care

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“Find the subluxation, accept it where you find it, correct it and leave it alone.” These simple words from the late Dr. Clarence Selmer Gonstead, considered by many to be the father of modern chiropractic, describe with succinct clarity what this often misunderstood profession entails.

Much more than just a quick back-“cracking” technique to alleviate acute muscle tension or joint pain, corrective chiropractic covers the full spectrum of human health by addressing many diseases at their root cause: spinal misalignment and associated nerve obstruction.'


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DuPont: Masters of Deception




'Deceptive and manipulative public relations strategies are the standard approach of the chemical industry.

People may believe chemical companies would strive to create chemicals that are as harmless as possible, and to provide strict safety instructions for use when they're not, but history has shown that this isn't the case.

Instead, the industry promotes chemicals as harmless even when they are well aware of the risks.

What's worse, companies have been repeatedly found to have lied to federal and local regulators, consumers, and even their own employees about the toxicity of various chemicals.'


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The Aloe Vera Formula That Has Cured Many of Cancer

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'Some time ago, I did an article on aloe vera trials for this site that demonstrated potent efficacy for AIDS and cancer patients. It was a protocol based on the whole arborescens aloe vera plant that a Franciscan Priest from Italy who was involved with a Catholic parish in Brazil had used on parishioners cost free with astonishingly rapid results from different cancers.'

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Tapping Away Trauma with EFT

Tapping Away Trauma with EFT
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'EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) represents a major breakthrough in the treatment of anxiety, PTSD, depression, and a wide variety of other mental and physical issues.
With so many military service personnel suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other serious conditions, we desperately need interventions that are effective in brief treatment time frames.

Veterans receiving treatment through the Veterans Administration (VA) often report lack of success, and many are even retraumatized by traditional talk therapy methods. Let untreated, PTSD symptoms typically worsen over time and are associated with adverse changes in the structure and function of the brain.'

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Fruits and Vegetables Reaching An Alarming State of Nutrient Depletion

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'What if our food has been getting less and less nutritious? 

What if modern intensive farming methods -- many of which solved malnutrition problems when they were first introduced -- have affected the mineral and vitamin content of what we eat? 

Could having a constant supply of varied produce and introducing genetically modified foods be compromising nature's goodness?'

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Wasabi’s Compounds Effective for Pancreatic Cancer Stem Cells

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'Active ingredients in Wasabi or Japanese radish have demonstrated an ability to eliminate pancreatic cancer stem cells. The study was published in the journal Evidence-Based Complimentary and Alternative Medicine. Interesting journal title, isn’t it? These types of studies are done and are recorded, but very few publicize them.'

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Cancer Detection and Treatment Leads To The Spread of The Disease Itself

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'Cancer is a deadly disease, but it is also a wonderful revenue generation tool for multi-national conglomerates. Not only pharmaceutical companies, but hospitals, oncologists, cancer specialists, diagnostic facilities, and many other distinct entities that comprise a 125 billion dollar cancer industry. 

Cancer awareness propaganda and detection revolves around funneling patients through various levels of diagnoses and treatment to maximize profits at the expense of human health.'

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20 Foods To Cut Colon Cancer Risk

20 Foods to Cut Colon Cancer Risk
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'Recently the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a new drug for metastatic colon cancer.

Lonsurf is a combination of two drugs, trifluridine and tipiracil. Its most common side effects are life-threatening anemia, a decrease in infection-fighting white blood cells and blood platelets, physical weakness, and extreme fatigue. It also causes nausea, decreased appetite, diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal pain and fever.
 

The drug maker announced the approval as a milestone offering significant survival benefits to patients. But does it?'

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This Antioxidant Is More Important Than All Others

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'There are even ratings of antioxidant levels for foods such as cacao, blueberries, and others. They are important and beneficial. But the most important one is created by your liver, which in our toxic environment needs all the help it can get.


It is glutathione. It’s called the master antioxidant because it can regenerate itself in the liver after each fill-up of free radicals and go back to work. Free radicals are often the byproduct of normal cellular metabolic oxidation and toxic overload, leading to autoimmune diseases, several cancers, and even heart attacks.'

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Drinking coffee dramatically lowers multiple sclerosis risk

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'If you're a fan of coffee, this article will give you yet another reason to pour yourself a second cup. If coffee's not your thing, you may want to reconsider for the sake of your good health.

Analyses of studies in which the coffee-drinking habits of people in both United States and Sweden were reviewed shows that coffee may help reduce the risk of multiple sclerosis (MS), a debilitating nervous system condition that affects over 2 million people worldwide.'

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