Dr. Luc Montagnier, the French virologist who won the Nobel Prize in 2008 for discovering the AIDS virus, has surprised the scientific community with his strong support for homeopathic medicine.
In a remarkable interview published in Science magazine of December 24, 2010, (1) Professor Luc Montagnier, has expressed support for the often maligned and misunderstood medical specialty of homeopathic medicine. Although homeopathy has persisted for 200+ years throughout the world and has been the leading alternative treatment method used by physicians in Europe, (2) most conventional physicians and scientists have expressed skepticism about its efficacy due to the extremely small doses of medicines used. Read more
Monday, January 31, 2011
French virologist Dr. Luc Montagnier is a true scientist, rather than a tenured defender of the status quo. He is not afraid to express his support of homeopathy. Whether he's right or wrong, science should be done by observation, experimentation, debate, and discussion, not by silencing or ridiculing colleagues who have ideas that don't fit the current paradigm..
Friday, January 28, 2011
Wrinkles may be natural, but they aren't pretty. Find out how to get rid of wrinkles naturally.
Wrinkles are a bane of the natural aging process. They are thin creases or lines that form in the skin, primarily on the face and neck. Wrinkles result from a gradual decrease in the skin's collagen levels as you age, which causes it to lose its elasticity. Wrinkles may also form pre-maturely, as a result of poor diet, stress and sudden loss of weight. You can use natural remedies to prevent and get rid of wrinkles.
Milk and Honey Cleanser
Milk and honey is an age-old, anti-wrinkle cleanser that dates back to the ancient pharaohs. Modern science now supports the efficacy of this remedy: milk is rich in lactic acid, a type of alpha hydroxy acid that deep cleanses the pores, sloughs off debris from the skin and stimulates the secretion of collagen. Honey is rich in humectant compounds, which promote the absorption and retention of moisture into the skin. This helps to keep the skin hydrated and increases its elasticity. Read more
Monday, January 24, 2011
Vaccinating newborns for hepatitis B is the height of pediatric madness and inhumanity, says Mark Sircus.
There is an international war going on, a vaccine war that is going into its next phase – going into high gear and it’s a take-no-prisoners type of war. It’s a war where they crucify certain players and continue to inject poison directly into babies’ bloodstreams and so what if some of them die and others get hurt for life?
Some people and organizations just sell their souls to the
devil and could not give a crap about humanity and reason.
We still have cruel religions that have people throwing babies into the garbage1 when they are born and even crueler pediatricians with their monstrous organizations that attack babies in the first few hours after their birth with the hepatitis B vaccine that in many places around the world is still loaded with mercury-containing thimerosal, which is a extremely potent neurological and enzyme poison. Read more
Friday, January 21, 2011
Before you take statins to lower your cholesterol, you should weight the risks versus the benefits, according to a new study.
Cholesterol-lowering pills taken by millions of Britons may cause memory loss and depression, researchers warn.
They say not enough is known about the level of harm posed by statins, prescribed to prevent heart disease and strokes.
Leading doctors say that the drugs should only be taken by patients for whom the benefits of the drug outweigh any potential risks. Read more
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Edward Group describes the many surprising benefits of diatomaceous earth, and for your pets, too.
The Benefits of Diatomaceous Earth
Characteristics of Diatomaceous Earthnat
Diatomaceous earth refers to a naturally-formed sedimentary mineral coming from the remains of what were once oceanic unicellular shells and algae known as diatoms. Diatoms, the ocean's "spiny honeycombs," are over 30 million years old, and were formed when these microscopic algae-like plants died and remained compounded in the earth's surface as skeletal remains. These organisms, much like a mollusc emits lime-carbonate, had the ability to emit silica. Scientists refer to these clay-like, chalky remains as diatomite. When we mine the earth, we discover these remains in the form of a thick white siliceous powder.¹ Read more
Friday, January 14, 2011
Hemorrhoids are a painful condition that can interfere with your daily life. Herbal remedies are a natural, inexpensive alternative to conventional medicine that can offer relief from pain, itching, and swelling. Here are some herbal remedies that can be used to treat hemorrhoids at home.
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Acne is an inflammatory skin disorder caused by an over-production of sebum, an oily substance that is secreted by the sebaceous glands in the hair follicles. Essential oils can play an very important role in acne treatment because they are soluble through lipids in the skin and are easily absorbed.
Acne medications on the market often contain acids and chemicals that dry the skin and cause rashes, redness and peeling. Essential oils provide a gentle and inexpensive way of treating acne, clearing infections and healing acne scarring. Known for their antiseptic, antibacterial and calming properties, essential oils can help to clear acne outbreaks and promote healing.
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Monday, January 10, 2011
Like fluoride, chlorine a dangerous toxin. Edward Group tells how to eliminate chlorine from your watert.
What is Chlorine?
Chlorine is a naturally occurring element; symbol Cl, atomic number 17 on the periodic table. It's a very dangerous toxin that has many uses, from disinfecting to bleaching. In small quantities, liquid and gas forms can be poisonous. In its gas form, chlorine is a pale green color and has a smelly odor and makes your breathing labored. In its solid form, it's more of a yellow green color. It is abundant in nature in its chloride ion form found in many of the salts that are in the earth. Many animals, including humans need chlorine. But there is a limit to what we can physically tolerate.
How Am I Exposed to Chlorine?
Even taking a long bath or shower increases a person's risk for chlorine exposure because chlorine can enter the body through skin absorption or through the eyes, nose, and ears.
Chlorine has long been used to disinfect our drinking water because it controls the growth of such unwelcome bacteria as Ecoli and Giardia. You have to be careful also, to take precautions even when showering or drinking tap water. Read more
Friday, January 7, 2011
Scientists at Newcastle University set out to discover whether the protective properties of green tea tea are still active once it has been digested - and found that they are.
Green tea could protect the brain against Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, say scientists.
The drink, which originated in ancient China, may also play a vital role in guarding against cancer, their study suggests.
Scientists at Newcastle University set out to discover whether the protective properties of the tea – previously shown to be present in the freshly brewed form – are still active once it has been digested. Read more
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Do you know what to eat to protect and preserve the health of your eyes? Five common foods can go a long way toward keeping your eyes healthy for your entire life.
Ask most people what they think is their most valuable sense, and a majority will say their sense of sight. While the sense of touch is arguably more important, people who have had the sense of sight all their lives can't imagine life without it. That said, these people will likely want to know how to best preserve the health of their eyes. Of course, there are things people can do to keep their eyes safe (such as wearing protective goggles in situations that require them), but how can a person's diet protect and preserve the health of her eyes? How can a person maintain good eye health through his diet? Read more
Monday, January 3, 2011
Joseph Mercola gives six ways to keep your brain sharp as a tack.
... So-called "senior moments" happen to all of us … even those who are far from reaching their golden years. You forget where you parked your car, misplace your keys, forget the name of someone you met last week – all of these scenarios are part of life, and they're completely normal.
That said, your brain should not feel foggy all the time, nor should you be experiencing episodes of forgetfulness that are so severe they interfere with your ability to function normally.
I've often said that memory loss is not at all a "normal part of aging," and if you're feeling like your mind is truly slipping, it could be a sign of a more serious problem. Read more