Voltaire allegedly said, "Doctors are men who pour drugs of which they know little, to cure diseases of which they know less, into human beings of whom they know nothing."
Garlic: A Simple Way to Protect Your Heart
December 6, 2013
Terry’s Bottom Line If you’re worried about cholesterol and heart health, you don’t need dangerous prescription drugs. Instead, you can harness the natural power of garlic to keep your heart and arteries running smoothly. But choose your garlic extract carefully. …
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The Healing Power of Comfrey If you’ve ever had a sprained ankle, a black and blue bruise, or an aching back or joints, then you know how much suffering these injuries can cause. Throughout the ages, we’ve endured the pain of these injuries unaware that we could find quick relief with an amazing and potent herb that has been used for centuries to heal the suffering.
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Drugs are not the answer to improving good health.
November 26, 2013
I am not totally against drugs when there is a major health crisis. Drugs have their appropriate use. What we really are deficient in are vitamins, minerals and other accessory food factors that act as fuel for our body. Americans …
Water and Sodium Fluoride
Terry continues his discussion on water additives, with a greater focus on the history and use of fluoride in the water supply.
Q. Dear Terry, “My son has sleep apnea, He sleeps for long periods of time and yet he still feels sleepy and tired after long sleep. He also snores very loudly. He is thinking of using a CPAP machine. Do you have some natural options that he could try first?” — Jeannie P., Sarasota, FL
Q. Dear Terry, “Are there any natural options out there for depression?” — Mandy M., Cleveland, OH
Q. Dear Terry, “I had cancer two years ago and was given pelvic radiation. As a result, I suffer from radiation proctitis which causes a lot of GI issues including frequent diarrhea, occasional loss of control, and bleeding. I want to avoid steroids and can’t afford hyperbaric oxygen therapy, the two options given by my oncologist. Are there any natural options available to me?” — Mari G., Tampa, FL
The Healing Power of Comfrey
If you’ve ever had a sprained ankle, a black and blue bruise, or an aching back or joints, then you know how much suffering these injuries can cause. Throughout the ages, we’ve endured the pain of these injuries unaware that we could find quick relief with an amazing and potent herb that has been used for centuries to heal the suffering. And, this herb is called comfrey. Why is comfrey so powerful as a healer? It soothes pain, slows down further damage to injuries, and fast forwards the production of healthy cartilage, tendons, and muscles. It quickly and efficiently rebuilds damaged blood, bone and flesh, and that’s precisely what is needed for injuries such as wounds, sores, burns, cuts, scrapes, bites, stings, rashes, swollen tissue, sprains and broken bones. That is why comfrey, throughout the ages in herbal lore, has been known as knitback, bruisewort, knitbone, and boneset. Not all comfrey products are safe to use due to their concentration of compounds called pyrrolizidine alkaloids, PA’s for short. The FDA has banned comfrey oral supplements due to the PA’s toxic effect on the liver. Comfrey ointments can be used topically but not on open wounds. A German company has been successful in developing Trauma Comfrey, a new approved species of comfrey that does not contain these toxic alkaloids. The German Health Authorities has approved Trauma Comfrey for adults and children over the age of four.
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