Poor Diet, Lack of Sunshine and Spiritual Anemia — Three Potent Contributors to Depression and Anxiety

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'Mental disorders are also the second most common cause of disability among Americans of both sexes, having risen sharply since 1980.4 What can be done to turn this destructive tide?

Steiner-Adair suggests mindfulness training can be helpful to combat the overstimulation and influence of social media. Other factors that should not be overlooked include your diet and sun exposure.'


20 Incredible Plants and Fungi That Boost Mood, Decrease Anxiety, Prevent Disease and Filter Your Air

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'City dwellers today spend an average 90 percent of their time indoors, but naturalists say that 'bringing the outdoors inside' can offer some of the benefits that are lost by retreating indoors. These twenty plants and fungi are capable of transforming how you think, breathe and feel.'


What Homeopathic Medicine Offers to People with Lead Poisoning and Other Environmental Exposures

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Pollution is turning the earth and earthlings prematurely gray. What can you do about it with homeopathic medicines?

When Big Sean, a Grammy Award-nominated and BET award-winning hip-hop artist, appeared on the Daily Show in late January, 2017, he talked about his upbringing in Michigan. Big Sean told the audience that his mother was one of many exposed to lead in the drinking water. But in her case, he added, “holistic care and homeopathic remedies” enabled her “to reverse a lot of the effects of the lead poisoning.”


Study: Cannabinoids Offer Treatment For Severe Lung Disease

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'New research suggests that chemicals in marijuana may help patients who suffer from a severe form of lung disease.

Acute lung injury, also known as acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), is a life-threatening condition caused by acute injuries or infections of the lung.'


Are You Gluten-Free? You Might Not Have To Be…

'The Sanskrit word for wheat is “godhuma.” “Go” means the organs of the senses and “dhuma” means to remove the cloud of perception, according to Ayurvedic expert, Dr. Vasant Lad. Today, we have a 16-billion-dollar-a-year industry suggesting that wheat is a poison, while the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda suggests that it improves our sensory perception, without which we fail to thrive.'


A Brief History of Medical Marijuana

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'Those who think medical marijuana has been in common use only since the mid ‘90s, or maybe since the hippy revolution of the late 1960s, are a few thousand years off. Medical applications based on cannabis have been employed for millennia in most cultures of the world, especially India, Asia, the Middle East, South Africa, and South America.'


Yale School of Medicine: Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Vaccinations

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'There are questions being raised about children who are diagnosed with neuropsychiatric disorders and their association with vaccinations, according to the results of a pilot case study published in Frontiers in Psychiatry/Child & Adolescent Psychiatry [1] last month.

The study, which was conducted by researchers from the Yale University School of Medicine and the Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine Department of Public Health Sciences, is based on the principle that the immune system plays a key role in normal brain development and in the pathobiology of several neuropsychiatric disorders. 

 As a result, the autoimmune and inflammatory disorders affecting the central nervous system have been found to be “temporally associated with the antecedent administration of various vaccines.” '


10 Healing Benefits of the Sun

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'Atapa Snana is the yogic phrase for the healing science of sun bathing. We live in a modern world that is bombarded with paranoid messages about how dangerous the sun is. We should remember that the ancient yogis and many other cultures knew how to use the sun to heal all kinds of illnesses, and bring about radiant health.'


5 herbs for a good night’s sleep

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'Sleep is one of the pillars of health, but life is full of stressful events that can interfere with restful sleep and eventually deplete the life force inside of you, leading to chronic exhaustion and illness. 

Fortunately nature has provided herbs to restore equilibrium, so you can get to sleep and stay there. If you are tired of tossing and turning, here are some of the best herbs for a good night’s sleep.'


Are Humans Solar Powered?

'Are we, too, solar powered, like plants? It’s no longer a question, it’s an answer.

Summary of TEDxtalk: Water, Cells, Life by Dr. Gerald Pollack, a water scientist at the University of Washington, tell us where the energy comes from that supplies our bodies with get up and go. In it, Dr. 

Pollack challenges the long-held explanation that the bulk of our energy comes from food, in the form of calories. He provides an entirely new and very exciting paradigm, one that will open up new dimensions of body energy for accelerated healing and vitality. And he shares his unexpected laboratory results to back his explanation up. This will surely be a seminal TEDxtalk.

In it Dr. Pollack makes two unexpected and paradigm-advancing points. Hold onto your hat.'


Graphic Shows Why You Should Avoid Nutella

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'Who didn't love Nutella as a child? That chocolatey smooth texture which spreads so perfectly on any food. 

Contrary to what its manufacturers promoted for decades, Nutella is not a health food at all. With the exception of margarine, it's the closest thing to spreadable junk food packed with sugar and one toxic ingredient in particular that has been linked with cancer.'


Mushrooms are Nature’s Ancient Medicine

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'Mushrooms are accepted as culinary delights that are mixed in certain dishes or used as toppings on pizzas. But their tonic and healing qualities are unknown to most in the West. For centuries, Asian, especially Chinese, and Eastern European cultures have used various mushrooms as tonics for improving health and medicinally for curing a wide variety of diseases.'