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Could properly performed squats, lunges and leg lifts relieve knee osteoarthritis symptoms better than celebrex or advil?
While topical hydroquinone cream is the standard treatment for melasma, silymarin, naturally derived from milk thistle, may offer a solution that is not only effective, but perfectly safe
Before you head to a clinic, check your kitchen - what you need to fight COVID-19 symptoms may already be in your pantry
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What if a common pantry staple could rival drugs in reversing disease progression?
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For UC patients struggling with standard therapies, a ray of hope emerges in the form of an ancient golden spice.
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Red light therapy, which mimics the dawn/dusk rays we're deprived of indoors, can rejuvenate skin, muscles, brain function, hair growth, wound healing, and relieve pain per emerging science.
Written by Stephanie Seneff
The sun has been a resource for Planet Earth since the beginning of time, and biological organisms evolved with a constant supply of energy they could count on every day with the rising sun
What if an easy add-on could turbo-charge your workouts for faster results?
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Tobacco may have an addictive hold, but the plant kingdom offers targeted solutions — simple herbs clinically shown to ease cravings and withdrawal on the path to liberation.
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When pandemic pandemonium left grocery shelves bare, Americans unearthed an abundant source of free nutrition in their backyards - if only they knew where to look.
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The scientific evidence now confirms what countless anecdotal accounts have claimed: ancient culinary spices are better medicine than patented chemicals, especially when considering safety, affordability, accessibility, and effectiveness as a whole!
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
Could a refreshingly tart little berry beat back bladder infections better than conventional antibiotics?
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
A new study found a daily dose of healing honey and "magical" Nigella sativa seeds slashed COVID recovery time, hospital stays, and mortality rates by half or more versus placebo.
A new study found men with a common gene variant saw estrogen levels stabilize from eating phytoestrogen-rich soy and flax. This hints at a personalized nutrition approach for keeping hormones in check.
Statins rank among the most prescribed drugs globally but emerging research indicates statins may inadvertently accelerate coronary artery calcification and impair heart muscle function
Using advanced microscopy, researchers detect over 240,000 plastic particles per liter in bottled water - mostly hazardous nanoplastics below 1 micron. This reveals far higher human exposure than presumed, warranting research on toxicity and regulation. Sweating therapies may help eliminate accrued microplastics
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Is your pineal gland, the “seat of the soul” that controls sleep rhythms, turning to stone? Over 60% of people unknowingly suffer from this condition.
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This natural acne cure beats drugs hands down - so why isn't your dermatologist telling you?
Can a vitamin taken during pregnancy help babies breathe easier if their mothers smoke? A recent randomized controlled trial says yes
With increasing exposure to a witches brew of toxic chemicals in our modern world, could the ancient practice of sweating offer a modern-day detoxification remedy?
What if an edible oil from a common backyard vine could outperform leading medications for restoring hair growth without their risks? Meet the natural hair loss solution already growing in gardens worldwide.
A CDC report shows that more than half of kids treated at emergency departments and hospitalized for respiratory issues between July 1, 2023 - Sept. 30, 2023 received the COVID vaccine
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With heart disease reaching crisis levels yet most unable to exercise adequately, could simply sitting and sweating in an infrared sauna truly provide comparable cardiovascular benefits?
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When eye drops disappoint dry eye sufferers, an encapsulated blend of plant polyphenols and fish oil often succeeds - delivering visual relief where solo lubricants fall short.
Written by Rob Kress, RPh
With side effect warnings so long they require magnifying glasses to read, could drugs be replaced by something much simpler and safer? Science shows just minutes of meditation may be all you need to skip the pharmacy and feel better fast.
Feeling road rage kick in when drivers cut you off? Before seeing red, try smelling minty green instead. New research reveals a few whiffs of peppermint essential oil can help keep cool on the road, reducing aggression and risky driving behaviors.
Could humble pumpkin seed oil really be just as effective as pharmaceuticals at restoring female pattern hair loss? See what the research has to say
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With millions of Botox injections smoothing wrinkles annually, is the routine numbing of our emotional keyboard disconnecting us from vital social cues?
A recently published study in Nutrients reveals that taking glucosamine supplements may benefit gut health in multiple ways
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The Master Cleanse has stirred both devotion and controversy since its creation in the 1940s. Also called the Lemonade Diet or Lemon Detox Diet, this stringent juice fast replaces all food with a morning salt water flush, herbal laxative tea, lemonade containing maple syrup and cayenne pepper, and a nightly herbal tea for 10 days. Celebrity adherents like Beyoncé Knowles sparked heightened interest despite most doctors deeming the plan unhealthy and risky to engage for prolonged durations.
What if an antioxidant enzyme could conquer mouth inflammation and discomfort better than steroids? New research pioneers promising natural alternatives for stubborn oral conditions.
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
Could a simple, safe vitamin supplement be the long sought after ALS mitigating treatment the drug companies have long dreamed of but have failed to deliver?
If your mood could use a boost, these six natural antidepressant agents could help enhance your well-being
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
New research offers Parkinson's patients haunted by violent dreams a glimmer of hope through supplementing sleep-regulating brain chemicals depleted by their medications.
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
Intravenous magnesium sulfate rapidly and safely calms severe asthma attacks unresponsive to initial treatments in children, significantly outperforming the risks of aminophylline in a head-to-head trial.
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
While the traditional medical establishment calls for the removal of "broken" or "defective" body parts, a watershed study on the long-term effects of tonsillectomy and adenoid removal calls into question the propriety of this surgery, performed on nearly half-a-million children in the United States each year.
Polyunsaturated vegetable or seed oils aren't typically known for cognitive benefits, but emerging research suggests a daily dose of flaxseed oil could provide a brain boost.
Exciting new research reveals that walnuts, the nutritional powerhouse, boosts brain health in numerous ways in addition to being heart-healthy
A new 12-week randomized controlled trial published in the European Journal of Nutrition demonstrated that consuming flaxseed combined with an anti-inflammatory diet reduced symptoms and improved quality of life in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA).
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
A clinical trial found a turmeric, black pepper and ginger formulation as effective as Naproxen for osteoarthritis, without NSAID side effects. Shows promise as a natural, herbal alternative.
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"An apple a day keeps the doctor away"--this timeless proverb underscores the powerful health benefits contained within each apple's crisp, tart bite. As both a global cultural icon and a nutritious dietary staple, the apple has sustained its enduring popularity through the ages not only for its convenience and taste, but also its ability to impart wellness.
Written by Dr. Sherri Tenpenny
Truth tellers sound like raving lunatics
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
Peppermint has been used as a herbal medicine for thousands of years. Dried leaves found in Egyptian pyramids have been carbon dated back to 1,000 BC. Modern science increasingly confirms the therapeutic potential of this plant for disease prevention and treatment.
A growing body of research, referencing over 50 scientific studies, illuminates measurable mental, physical, and social benefits unique to participatory drumming
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A new clinical trial published in the Journal of Medicinal Food demonstrates that supplementation with an oil-free pumpkin seed extract significantly reduces urinary symptoms related to benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
Since biblical times dates were to believed to possess profound healing properties, but only now is science catching up to confirm our distant ancestors knew exactly what they were talking about.
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A new report by Matt Taibbi revealed that Stanford's Virality Project sought input and potential funding from pharmaceutical companies while partnering with social media to suppress even factual "vaccine misinformation", raising conflict concerns around censoring content unfavorable to their products and violating free speech
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
What is cyanide doing in the vast majority of vitamin B12 supplements? And are there any risks associated with its use?
The pistol shrimp generates explosive cavitation bubbles by snapping its claws at speeds up to 60 mph; these implosions reach temperatures comparable to the sun's surface. Though a hunting tool for the shrimp, researchers suggest further study of this extreme natural phenomenon may uncover new ways to harvest truly "green" and relatively limitless sources of energy.
The terms "quackery" and "snake oil salesmen" often carry negative connotations, conjuring images of dubious remedies peddled by swindlers, but is that a fair characterization?
'Grounding' or 'Earthing' is primal practice of touching the earth with bare skin helps reduce inflammation, improves sleep, supports heart health, and more

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