Nourishing your body with superfoods including cilantro, mint and spinach helps ward off Alzheimer's disease and dementia




'Millions of Americans are stricken with dementia and Alzheimer's, while millions more are concerned that they, too, may some day develop these conditions, which currently have no traditional medical cure.

Fortunately a great deal of research on natural and alternative treatments that can either stave off or improve dementia has been conducted and continues to be undertaken, and what scientists are discovering is no less than amazing.'

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The Herbal Remedy to Kick the Smoking Habit & Repair the Lungs



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'Lobelia, or sometimes called Indian tobacco, has been used by herbalists to help get smokers off cigarettes and heal their lungs. Not necessarily by smoking it, but dispensed as tinctures, tablets, or “vaped” (inhaled through a vaporizer).'

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Broccoli Reduces Your Risk of Four Major Diseases



'It's one of the most advantageous veggies you can eat, and love it or hate it, broccoli offers an array of health benefits. 

And it's about to get even more super. University of Illinois researchers have identified candidate genes controlling the accumulation of phenolic compounds in broccoli. 

Consumption of phenolic compounds, including certain flavonoids, is associated with a lower risk of coronary heart disease, type II diabetes, asthma, and cancer.'

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Acupuncture: Why It Works


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'More than 3 million Americans receive acupuncture each year, and its use is increasing.1 While there are a variety of acupuncture techniques, those typically used in the U.S. incorporate traditions from China, Japan and Korea and involve penetrating your skin with a thin needle at certain points on your body.

The needle is then stimulated by hand or electrically.2 Acupuncture has been in use for thousands of years around the globe, and it has withstood the test of time because it works to safely relieve many common health complaints.'


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What Convinced Me to Use Colloidal Silver




'The heavily propagandized “blue man” or “papa smurf” whose skin turned blue, a condition technically labeled argyria, after consuming copious amounts of colloidal silver did little to distract me from looking into colloidal silver as a natural antibiotic or anti-viral.' 

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A Safe And Effective Vaccination Alternative?



'The mainstream medical industry has pulled the wool over the public's eyes for years, but their plans are unraveling as natural, safe medicines become more widely known and accepted.

With the recent controversy over the movie Vaxxed, we are becoming more conscious of the need for truth and transparency. While some clamor to learn more details of reported malfeasance in government agencies, others chant “la-la- la-la” in an effort to drown out any opposing view to the status quo. Is the public even conscious?'


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Popular natural and organic tea companies violate pesticide laws


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'But, which teas are actually beneficial? Many brands stamp “organic” or “natural” on their tea packages. However, new investigations disclose some very disturbing news. What many consumers might not realize is that their favorite teas may be full of carcinogenic pesticides. Let’s take a look at some of these brands.'

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How Important Is Our Relationship With Silence?




'If you live in a modern city, finding a quiet spot is a challenge. The buzz of traffic, planes, sirens and the racket of construction are probably the backing track of your daily life. 

And you’ll get no respite by sitting at your computer even with headphones on: browsing the internet, you’ll be interrupted by ads on autoplay or telltale beeps announcing a new message. Most people seem to adapt to the cacophony, but are we paying a price?'

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FDA-Approved Drugs Are Crushing Kids

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'If Big Pharma’s vaccines don’t cause obvious neurological harm as measured by medical establishment criteria, then their psychiatric drugs will. Even toddlers are being put on antipsychotic drugs for reported behavioral issues. Their “off-label” use for children under five had doubled between the turn of the 21rst Century to 2007.'

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Make Your Own Effective Insect Repellent With Essential Oils


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'Choosing a safer alternative to synthetic chemical-based insect repellents is not only healthier it's literally essential to life, and essential oils can make it happen.

The vast majority of the DEET-based repellents that you see have a DEET concentration of between 5 percent and 15 or 20 percent. There are some products that go up to 35 percent concentration. And then, there are a few 100 percent DEET repellents still sold.' 


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The Science of Color: How the Rainbow Can Heal



'There is an old adage that claims we should 'eat the rainbow' to gain optimal health. It turns out that while we should definitely eat the colors of the rainbow, just being exposed to its light can help as well.

Every day, we are surrounded by the full spectrum of colors: the bright red of the stop sign on our way to work; the glowing orange-yellow sunlight shining through our window; the sea of swaying green grass in the local park; the dark indigo skin of succulent blueberries and blackberries.'

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Sick care in America - a snap shot


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'If you wanted to make sick people sicker, how would you do it?

Suppose, as a thought exercise, you wanted to make sick people sicker. Maybe you are a psychopath or sadist, or maybe you're just curious. Well, if a bunch of people sat down and brainstormed some of the most effective ways of worsening an urgent illness or injury, they might come up with something like this:'
 

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Studies Find Promising Cancer-Fighting Potential Within Avocados



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'Maybe you don’t know that avocados are already considered a super-food, meaning it is exceptionally nutrient dense compared to other foods. The myth of fat dangers has held them in a bad light until that 50 plus year old medical myth began eroding recently.

It is not only nutrient dense for daily nutritional requirements, a super-food can have disease deterring qualities and even contribute to reversing certain diseases.'

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7 Things Better than Drugs for Health and Healing



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'Natural medicine is an amazing field, full of inspiring stories and an ever-accumulating body of scientific research to support its increasingly popular view of health.

In fact, at GreenMedInfo.com we specialize in dredging up from the National Library of Medicine's 23-million citation deep, seemingly oceanic database, highly promising clinical pearls indicating not only the value of natural substances in disease prevention and treatment, but sometimes their clear superiority versus drugs. What's not to like about that?'

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