For many cities, air quality is a major public health concern — and new research has shown that it’s not just exhaust fumes people need to be worried about.
When something is labeled an “alternative,” that means there’s something else that is considered the conventional choice.
The deliciously pink coneflower, otherwise known as echinacea, is one of nature’s power plants (pun intended).
Dr. Mehmet Oz calls salt the “miracle mineral that heals” and notes that, historically, it’s been used for centuries to treat a wide range of ailments. “Even Hippocrates, the father of medicine, himself prescribed salt therapy for breathing ailments,” he says. “Today it’s being used to relieve skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema as well as treat breathing issues due to asthma and cystic fibrosis.
“From the Dead Sea to the salt mines of the Himalayas, salt is being rediscovered for its unique antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.”
Wilhelm Reich is one those marvelous, up-front, loud and exciting doctors of the mid 20th century. He had a lot to teach us (perhaps not what most of his devotees think of today). He was trashed by a vicious, greedy, phoney corporate system.
Maybe this quote, I have always supposed to be Steve Jobs, applied to Reich:
Orthomolecular Medicine, February 8, 2016
Anyone who uses the Internet to search for information is very likely to be familiar with the Wikipedia site.
Michael Greger, M.D., October 27, 2015
In my video, Turmeric Curcumin and Colon Cancer, I talked about a study where researchers showed that, by taking curcumin, the yellow pigment in the spices turmeric and curry powder, those at high risk for colon cancer could cut down on precancerous and even pre-precancerous lesions