A summary of the evidence to date
By Tina Kaczor, ND, FABNO
Iodine is an essential element in human physiology. Its role in thyroid function is well known and heavily weighted in the literature. Its putative role as an anticarcinogenic agent is just beginning to be widely appreciated. The molecular effects of iodine as well as ongoing epidemiological evidence points to its probable role in prevention of cancers through its antioxidant, antiinflammatory, prodifferentiating, and proapoptotic effects. This is particularly evident with stomach and breast cancers but may be relevant for many other cancers that have yet to be substantially studied. Read more ›
You may remember seeing Dasa‘s amazing response from Miracle Pain Away/Pain Away gel last week on our Youtube channel. He has very kindly gifted the Foundation some finest Shilajit, or ‘Mountain Tar’ from the Himalaya. It contains a large amount of fulvic acid and is widely believed to be a pancea of the highest order in Ayurvedic medicine. Indeed there is a saying ‘If a disease cannot be cured, Shilajit will cure it’. It’s generally taken with milk, has a very acrid taste and gives a monstrous boost to energy! Last time I took some I felt like running up some flights of stairs. Just a tiny amount, the size of 2 grains of rice, is all that’s needed. I have 5 packs available @ £20/20g. Profits go to the Penzance Catnip Charity, providing grade-A catnip to local cats and cats of customers who request a free bag of it with their order.
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Here you can find links to making and distributing colloidal silver plus other related articles.
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Also known as the ‘healing crisis’, ‘retracing’ or ‘herxing’, the healing response can be defined as:
“An intense temporary condition, which occurs before healing as accumulated toxins are released from the body.” Read more ›
Have you ever gone shopping for a car and settled on buying a steering wheel? No one would consider a steering wheel to be a whole car, but it is part of a car. To take this a step further, imagine that you go from one parts store to another and pick up fenders at one place, engine parts, transmission parts, tires, wheels, and seats, all at different places. You take all of these home. Would you have a car? Obviously not. In order to have a car that runs effectively, you should purchase it from its creator: General Motors, Toyota, Ford, or whatever car manufacturer you choose. A car manufacturer has done the research and planning to ensure that the parts of a car are designed appropriately and assembled in the right way so that everything works together. The finished product will be a car that you can drive safely and efficiently. Read more ›
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Most women, i.e. more than 99%, have or will have cellulite and, despite the fact this problem leads to a disease with low clinical implications, it brings great aesthetic concern, many times leading to constraint while using small clothes or bathing suits, being main consequences of cellulite of aesthetic order, with impairment of self-esteem and social interactions, especially when in advanced stages, not to mention the health problems inherent to it, of course.
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DMSO (Dimethyl Sulfoxide) is an all natural liquid by-product of the logging industry with many profound health benefits. Some interesting facts about this substance are listed below:
DMSO (Dimethyl Sulfoxide) is a simple small molecule with amazing chemical, biological and physical characteristics which has not received the coverage it is due.
DMSO is the resulting by-product from the manufacturing of pulp and paper. It has been used for over forty years. Read more ›
Below are links to the most viewed colloidal silver related articles on our blog.
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Katrina from Cornwall, UK writes “For the last 18 months, I have suffered from various symptoms but the worst have been the numbness/ tingling in my legs and arms. Most recently I have also experienced some incontinence which is just horrible. After seeing 2 Neurologists, 2 MRI scans, Lumbar puncture, visual evoked potentials, a short course of steroids and I have been referred to another Neurologist for their opinion. The likely diagnosis is either MS or Devic’s. The treatment for these 2 conditions is quite different though, so until a firm diagnosis can be made, no treatment can be prescribed. Read more ›