Fulvic acids: What are they? Where do they come from? What can they do? Why do we need them?
World's finest electrolyte
Fulvic acid is an organic natural electrolyte that can balance and energize biological properties that come into contact with it. An electrolyte is a substance that is soluble in water or other appropriate medium that is capable of conducting electrical current.
by Dr Barry J Durrant-Peatfield
M.B., B.S., LR.C.P., M.RCS.
Approved Civil Aviation Medical Examiner
I. Respiratory-metabolic defect
II. 50 years of commercially motivated fraud
III. Tests and the "free hormone hypothesis"
IV. Events in the tissues
Information from Drs. Richard and Karilee Shames, Authors of Thyroid Power
by Mary J. Shomon
Richard and Karilee Shames are husband and wife as well as doctor and nurse AND thyroid practitioner and thyroid patient. Karilee herself is hypothyroid as are several of the couples children. They have been working with people suffering from low thyroid for over twenty-five years.
Physiology texts describe the primary functions of the thyroid system as responsible for regulating and maintaining metabolism and proper body temperature. Understanding how thyroid regulated body temperature affects essential enzymes, will give you the key that will help unlock the door to your health and well-being.
A layman's viewpoint: by Dave Rietz, WEBmaster
Health Sciences Institute e-Alert
October 8, 2002
It's become an autumn tradition. Every year around this time the Natural Products Expo comes East. This year, after several years in Baltimore, it rolled into Washington, D.C.
Dec 29 2000 11:21:04
Chronic wounds treated with very low electrical currents heal more quickly than they do with standard treatments, a new study suggests. Researchers studying the ElectroRegenesis Therapy Device
(ERTD) say it stimulates the body's natural ability to heal wounds related to amputations, long-term ulcers, diabetic lesions, circulation problems, paralysis and even advanced age. Several patients -- some of whom had had wounds for five years -- showed significant healing in just one or two sessions.
Whether you want to soothe your spirit, or protect your body, the nose knows when it comes to aromatherapy.
The positive effects of aromatherapy have been known for thousands of years.
Using essential oils extracted from flowers, leaves, branches, or roots, aromatherapy is used to treat everything from infections, insomnia, impotence, arthritis and skin disorders, to stress and immune system deficiencies.
In fact, some aromatherapists even claim the oils have the power to heal problems of the ovaries, kidney, and veins, among others.
However, successful aromathera