When something is labeled an “alternative,” that means there’s something else that is considered the conventional choice.
The FDA is likely to move against numerous natural, compounded medicines.
(NaturalNews) Perhaps you've noticed that lemons, and more specifically, lemon water, have both received a great deal of attention in the alternative health media and on various blogs in recent years. There is good reason for that: As science advances, researchers are beginning to discover more and more about the health benefits of drinking water that contains freshly squeezed lemon.
In fact, scientists have found out that the health benefits may even be better and more extensive when you drink lemon juice in the morning before you've had anything else to eat or drink. These experts suggest that folks who want to maximize the benefits of lemon water should head to their refrigerator first thing in the morning to pour a refreshing glass of water, then squeeze in a half a lemon and down it before they even think about what they're going to fix themselves for breakfast.
Posted by Dr Sircus on June 2, 2016 | Filed under Medicine
Today even medical science weighs in on fasting. Dr. Valter Longo, a professor of biological sciences at the University of Southern California reported on research that concluded that people who fasted for five consecutive days once a month, three months in a row showed that markers of cell regeneration increased, while risk factors for diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, and aging all dropped. Moreover, fasting researchers say beneficial metabolic increases the longer you go without food.
Michael Edwards, September 29, 2014
You don't have to catch the next flu. With the right combination of supplements, in most cases, you can knock out, or radically lesson the severity of an infection.
Julie Wilson, December 13, 2015
In many parts of the world, including India, spices are considered sacred and used both as a food and for medicine.
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As a fairly active and very clumsy person, I am no stranger to bumps, bruises, and cuts. I often get scratches on my skin, whether they are from working in the garden, hiking on the trail, or cooking in the kitchen.
Here, I've decided to reveal five little-known emergency medicine items you probably never thought about acquiring for your preps. These are all lifesaving items that most people may not even realize are medicine in the first place.
Emergency Medicine Item #1: Manuka Honey