Enderlein’s work Bacteria Cyclogenia was his most important, but was not published until 1925 due to World War I. Professor Enderlein stimulated interest among his colleagues following the publication of his work on a new classification of bacteria which took into consideration an evolutionary life-cycle. However, he was met with skepticism by the majority of … Continue reading Professor Enderlein’s research: developing isopathic immune-modulators from bacteria and fungi
Aspergillus is a genus of mold fungi. They like to grow cotton, but also on hemp, jute and kapok, upholstered furniture and foam mattresses. They are found in fruits, vegetables, flour, nuts, jam, bread, hay and silage, but also to animal (bird attitude!) , Wood, paper and carpets. In the bathroom, and in all the … Continue reading What is Aspergillus?
Beta-Glucanase represents a group of carbohydrate enzymes which break down glycosidic bonds within beta-glucan. These glucans also create up to 60% of the cell wall of many forms of fungal organisms such as Candida albicans and candidal biofilm (the common experience of candida in the gut). Beta glucans are a polysaccharide made of glucose molecules linked together … Continue reading The Health Benefits of Beta-Glucanase
Ten years ago, few people knew about the significance of candida overgrowth, let alone the health benefits of embarking on a candida diet program. But today, thanks to new attitudes on the detriments of excess sugar consumption, and a growing interest in natural health and nutrition, more and more people are asking about diet as … Continue reading The Ultimate Candida Diet Program
Pau d’arco is an herb found in the rainforests of the Amazon and in South and Latin America. Pau d’arco bark has been used by indigenous Latin populations for centuries to address a spectrum of health problems and today its strong resistance to harmful organisms is still appreciated. Pau d’arco is commonly used to support … Continue reading The Harmful Organism Cleansing Benefits of Pau D’Arco
New Zealand lies deep in the South Pacific, an island not to itself, but by itself. This seclusion has resulted in an amazing example of extraordinary flora and fauna. Aside from the incredible wildlife and sweeping views, New Zealand is home to over 2000 unique plants that have had the interest of the natural medicine … Continue reading Fighting Fungus: Cleansing With Active Horopito
Selenium sulfide is a chemical compound created by fusing atomic selenium (Se) and sulfur (S). The selenium and sulfur combination has been shown to promote skin health and thus selenium sulfide is found in many cosmetic, hair, and skin care products. It’s probably best known as an antifungal and is used to treat tinea versicolor, a … Continue reading What Is Selenium Sulfide and Can it Benefit Your Health?
Brazilian pepper tree is a shrubby tree that’s found on several continents, but native to Central and South America. The leaves and bark contain many active compounds including alkaloids and essential oil. The plant has a long history of use by peoples throughout its native area. Peruvians use the sap as a topical cleanser against … Continue reading Fighting Fungus: Cleansing with Brazilian Pepper Tree
Anise, a plant native to Greece and Egypt, has been used since the seventh century to address health ailments and may best be identifiable today for its licorice flavor. During biblical times, taxes could be paid in crops, anise was one of them. The Romans cultivated anise and greatly exploited (in a good way) its … Continue reading Fighting Fungus: Cleansing With Anise Seed
Source: 10 Natural Remedies for Athlete’s Foot by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM Athlete’s foot is a fungal infection that usually thrives in warm, damp places. The fungus, Tinea pedis, grows between the toes, on top of the feet, on toenails and between the fingers. White patches, scaly patches, and redness are all indicative of … Continue reading 10 Natural Remedies for Athlete’s Foot