Source: Anise Seed: An All-Natural Remedy For Candida & Fungus by Dr. Edward Group With delicate, white floral bouquets atop long branches, the anise plant lends a lovely look to any yard or wild field. Related to fennel and Queen Anne’s lace, anise (Pimpinella anisum) is originally native to the eastern Mediterranean region. While the lacy … Continue reading Anise Seed: An All-Natural Remedy For Candida & Fungus
There are many books and articles written on the subject of toxicity and methods of removal from the body. This broadcast discusses in depth the history and nature of body toxicity also referred to as toxemia. Dr. J.R. Tilden wrote in 1926 that there is only one disease - Toxemia. Understanding Toxemia! 57:28 min Related … Continue reading Understanding Toxemia!
Rather than be an enemy to be combated, inflammation is an immune response designed to clear toxic substances from the body. Insight into the process and implications of aiding or suppressing inflammation is discussed. Inflammation - Path To Health Length 1:17:26 min More Information: Introduction-to-Homotoxicology Pischinger Live Blood Online Course Related Posts Inflammation and Pain … Continue reading Inflammation – Path To Health
This broadcast is on Homotoxins; how the immune system protects the body and how improper treatment damages the immune system and move the body into a more serious state of illness. This broadcast will teach you how to recognize the level of sickness and whether the therapy is improving or worsening your state of health. … Continue reading Homotoxicology: How You Get Sick-How You Get Well
Could a certain type of sugar undo the failure of an individual’s immune system? New research suggests that immune cells can be restored in those with a compromised immune system using a sugar known as beta-glucan, which can turn on an epigenetic “control switch”. For many, getting an infection, such as a sinus infection, feels … Continue reading Epigenetically Reactivating a Compromised Immune System with a Specific Sugar
Source: Histamine Intolerance: 6 Remedies Plus Foods to Eat & Avoid by Dr. Edward Group Itchy, scratchy skin. Unexplained sneezing and red, watery eyes. Constant headaches? Is this an allergy — or something else? You may be experiencing histamine intolerance — when too many of these compounds have built up in your blood, causing an … Continue reading Histamine Intolerance: 6 Remedies Plus Foods to Eat & Avoid
Finally, spring is here – that wonderful time of year when the temperature starts to rise and everything is in bloom. But for many of us, it also marks the beginning of allergy season. That means itchy watery eyes, sneezing, running nose, coughing and overall misery. But allergies don’t just affect people in the spring and … Continue reading Could Epigenetics Explain the Origins of Allergic Disease?
Inflammation plays a pivotal role in all stages of atherosclerosis, which is the progressive narrowing and hardening of the arteries over time. Inflammation is the activation of the immune system in response to infection, irritation, or injury. Characterized by an influx of white blood cells, redness, heat, swelling, pain, and dysfunction of the organs involved, … Continue reading Inflammation and Pain Management with Magnesium
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a first vaccine to treat prostate cancer. The price tag? $93,000. Of course, this “vaccine”, Provenge, doesn’t actually prevent cancer. It also doesn’t cure cancer. So what does it do? According to USA Today: “… studies show that the vaccine does help men with advanced prostate cancer live four months … Continue reading Cancer Intelligence
Although the mysteries surrounding sleep are still being uncovered by scientists, we do know that sleep is crucial to our daytime functioning and is vital for processes such as learning and consolidation of memories. Unfortunately, we often fail to get enough sleep even when we know how important it is. Trying to compensate for poor … Continue reading The Epigenetics of Sleep: 3 Reasons to Catch More Zzz’s