…and now you’re going to be thrilled you can eat.
Milk Thistle, lecithin, kutki, and schizandra berries are all useful supplements for the liver.
“For me the question that fascinates is: Are we stuck with faulty DNA and damaged genes? Is our inherited DNA our destiny?”
As many as 75,000 saffron flowers – a football field’s worth of intensive cultivation – are needed to produce a single pound of saffron.
Detoxification. Metabolism. Storage and synthesis. Is the liver our most important organ? And what can we do about it?
Butterbur (Petasites hybridus) has the largest leaves of any plant native to England, as much as three feet across. In olden times, people used to wrap butter in them.
87% less colic, 50% less booze, 27% more breast cancer, 60% less ovarian cancer, 56% fewer colds (that get better 35% faster); and why spicy olive oil is better.
Yes, we make vitamin D when sun hits our skin. But how much vitamin D do we make? And how much is enough?
“If I had written this article on vitamin D just a few years ago, I would have struggled to fill a single page… But the last few years have seen an explosion of research…”
Pandemic flus are cause for both reasonable concern, and sometimes unecessary panic. We have an herb that has stopped pandemic flus in the past.
Clean omega-3 fish oils are gaining traction within the research community for their strong clinical trial results; Silk Tree is a traditional remedy from China.