Saturday, May 31, 2014
Is Inadequate Vitamin D Implicated in Fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis, and Parkinson’s? (via PRWeb)
It has been known since 1922 that Vitamin D is vital for bone health. Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP notes that recent research shows its importance in many other body functions. Vitamin D is a relatively safe and inexpensive treatment for fibromyalgia…
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Audio: McDonald’s Tells Full-Time Employee to Apply for Welfare Benefits (via Moyers & Company)
The video below, released this week by the service employees’ union, shows a concrete example of how private corporations that pay poverty wages profit by imposing part of their labor costs on the rest of us. In it, you’ll hear an audio recording…
Monday, October 28, 2013
Hello Everyone. I just grabed this off of the website - WhyDon'tYouTryThisOut.com?
The verdict is out on flu shots. Many medical experts now agree it is more important to protect yourself and your family from the flu vaccine than the flu itself.
Every year the pharmaceutical industry, medical experts and the mainstream media work hard to convince us to get vaccinated against the flu. But we're not being told the whole story.What we don't hear, are cases about the adverse reactions or about the toxic chemicals being injected into us.Read below 11 reasons why flu shots are more dangerous than the flu itself.
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
He Shou WuLong ago, old Mr. He became lost in the forest. Years later, those who found him were astonished. The old man's hair had turned from white to black. In order to sustain himself, he lived on the root of the common wild vine Polygoni Multiflori. Today, the plant bears his name, He Shou Wu (Old Mr. He) . In the West this root is known as Shou Wu or FoTi.
Modern day doctors of Oriental Medicine use this herb to strengthen the Blood and the Jing in order to treat alopecia, prevent premature hair loss or greying, and to regulate excessive aging. Dr. Shen's Shou Wu Pill contains only five years old or older, export grade (the highest) He Shou Wu (90%). Small amounts (5%) of premium Poria are added to enhance digestability and absorbtion. Chuanxiong (5%) is added as a messenger herb, to invigorate the He Shou Wu and direct the action of the formula upward to the head.