**Please Note**much of the info below was received from Alpha Omega Labs, a company that sold black salve under the commercial name “Cansema” which was very successful in treating skin cancers before the FDA shut them down. There are a select few quality black salves that are still on the market today. Continue reading
Is the cure for breast cancer hiding in your spice rack?
You use it for cooking… and as a garnish…and now, a tasty herb that’s hiding in your spice rack right now could one day soon unlock a powerful new cure for deadly breast cancer.
A new study out of Continue reading
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 63 percent of the deaths that occurred in 2008 were attributed to non-communicable chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, certain cancers, Type 2 diabetes and obesity — for which poor diets are contributing factors. Yet people that live in societies that eat healthy, plant-based diets rarely fall victim to these ailments. Continue reading
Did you know…that an alternative, needle-free kind of acupuncture can cure chronic pain and ensure good health by optimizing circulation?
An Eastern acupuncture therapy called fire cupping may sound like medieval alchemy, but it is actually quick…painless…and extraordinarily effective for a range of health conditions, including severe muscle stiffness Continue reading
An abundance of evidence from the past 20 years makes it clear that red wine, in moderation, could be considered a liquid food cure. The main factors responsible are the phytonutrients (plant-based compounds) that are floating invisibly within red wine. Long noted for empowering the heart, a new study has found that red wine could improve lung function as well.
Researchers from the Netherlands assessed the impact of wine on the lungs and, in particular, resveratrol. This natural polyphenol is found in great quantities within red wine. Continue reading
A sore throat, a condition known to us all, can stem from a viral infection, an allergy, or a simple irritation. It can be difficult to swallow and your throat and glands can swell uncomfortably. Most of us will experience it at least once or twice each year. Here is the first of a two-parter on the many great throat healers from the realm of homeopathic medicine. Today we look at the first four. Continue reading
Did you know… … that an ancient type of touch therapy known as “Acupuncture’s Mighty Ancestor” is so powerful it can even relieve cancer patients of pain, nausea, and stress?
Jin Shin Jyutsu (JSJ) is an incredibly unique form of touch therapy that—unlike other touch therapy—involves no manipulation of muscles or tissues.
This highly subtle healing modality uses only minimal pressure, and yet is powerful enough to relieve some of the most intense suffering, Continue reading
Toothaches strike the best of us and boy are they frustrating. Homeopathy is a system of medicine that works well for sudden acute symptoms like a toothache. This is reflected in the seven great remedies we present here. Read each closely to see if the symptoms sound familiar, to find a matching remedy for your particular toothache.
1. Belladonna: A great remedy for toothaches that are sudden, intense, and throbbing. Near the tooth, look for redness and swelling. Continue reading
Health freedom champions Dr. Nick Gonzales and Suzanne Somers guest star on the Robert Scott Bell Show to talk about what they’re doing to spread the truth about serious issues like cancer that the media has been trying to censor and keep from the public. Suzanne Somers is a famous health advocate and the author of 20 books; Dr. Nick Gonzales has been investigating nutritional approaches to cancer and other degenerative diseases since 1981, and has been in practice in New York since 1987. Dr. Gonzales talks about his successful use of individualized aggressive nutritional protocols to treat many types of cancer, and he and Somers discuss topics Continue reading
6.5 Million People Have Discovered How to Use Mind and Body Healing to Cure Virtually Every Disease
Our minds hold a vast reservoir of power to create perfect health. Jose Silva, Continue reading
Acne is the scourge of adolescence… and for many adults too. Many readers are likely familiar with the more common home remedies for curing acne… tea tree oil, lemon juice, apple cider vinegar and burdock root. However, because acne is such a wide-spread and troubling problem, scientists are continuing to research new natural substances that are effective against this common issue. Both in vitro and human studies conducted over the last four years around the world have uncovered even more natural substances which are effective against acne.
Propionibacterium acnes is the bacteria most frequently linked to acne. This bacteria is almost always present on the skin of adults and adolescents. The bacteria feed off fatty acids found in sebum. If a follicle becomes blocked, the bacteria grow rapidly and secrete substances which break down the skin and form an acne lesion. Continue reading
Doctors Health Press prides itself on reporting on front- line, groundbreaking treatments for the diseases that run through society. On that note, we bring now a glimpse of future cancer therapy — using a strain of bacteria found in the soil. Intriguing health news with intriguing possibilities.
Now, these aren’t the bacteria commonly used as natural supplements or found in yogurt. Those would be probiotics. Instead, these are “Clostridium sporogenes,” harmless bacteria that are widespread in the soil. This type of bacteria is expected to be tested in cancer patients in the coming years, as it seems to specifically target tumors.
The method goes like this: spores of the bacterium are injected into cancer patients, only growing inside solid tumors. An anti-cancer drug is injected separately into the patient in an inactive form, called a “pro-drug.” When that pro-drug reaches the tumor, the bacteria activate the drug, allowing it to destroy only the cancerous cells around it. Continue reading
It is unfortunate that American doctors have contended for decades that the number of bowel movements an individual has is unrelated to health. They have convinced most of us that they are correct. Most people think that they are not constipated if they are having one bowel movement a day. Yet, we eat three meals a day. Where are the other two meals going if they’re not being eliminated through the colon? The answer actually is somewhat frightening. The rest of the food that is not absorbed by the body as nutrients stays around the body in unlikely places — against the colon walls, in tissues and organs, in arteries — any place at all in the body can serve as a receptacle for uneliminated waste.
In ancient days, there were natural methods of maintaining a clean colon. For instance, Basti is the yogic tradition of natural cleansing of the lower intestines. It involves the controlled use of muscles to pull water up into the colon, and then, after churning the water around to dislodge old waste products, the water, and whatever it carries off with it, is expelled.
Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, Continue reading
Reprogrammed kidney cells could make transplants and dialysis things of the past
- Patients’ own kidney cells can be reprogrammed and used as therapy against kidney disease
- Cells can easily be collected from the urine
- 88,000 patients are waiting for a kidney transplant in the United States, and they wait for an average of 3 to 5 years
Washington, DC — Approximately 60 million people across the globe have chronic kidney disease, Continue reading
There’s a good reason you feel like a goddess when you walk out of yoga class, and it’s not because you finally got your money’s worth out of your gym. It’s because yoga has the potential to work as well as many medications at treating what ails you. “We now have compelling scientific proof that the mind can heal the body,” says Herbert Benson, M.D., director emeritus of the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital and author of Relaxation Revolution. If you suffer from any of these health concerns, consider giving Downward Dogs and Sun Salutations a try today:
People who attended only one 90-minute yoga class a week for 16 weeks reduced their back pain by two thirds and their pain medication usage by 88 percent, according to one study in the aptly named journal Pain. One of many theories on how it works: Pressing into the floor activates your pressure receptors, blocking the neural pathways that signal pain, suggests Tiffany Field, Ph.D., director of the Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami. To get the benefits, skip the hard-core yoga and emphasize meditation and stretching. “Tight muscles can be a factor in pain, and calming your nervous system will help relax them,” says Timothy McCall, M.D., author of Yoga as Medicine.
Still more proof of yoga’s power to alleviate ouches: Migraine sufferers who took up the habit for three months reported fewer and less intense headaches, a 2007 study in the journal Headache shows. It goes to work on head throbbing on a few fronts. For starters, yoga reduces cortisol by relaxing you. “Nasty stress hormones only aggravate pain,” Field says. Yoga also promotes better sleep, and the more soundly you snooze, the fewer pain chemicals your brain secretes. As with treating back pain, pick a calming practice, Dr. McCall advises. Zenning out in a long Savasana (Corpse pose) at the end of class will help. So will focusing on exhalations. If it feels good, make each twice as long as your inhalations.
People on antidepressants who added thrice-weekly yoga for two months said they felt less depressed, anxious and angry, University of California Los Angeles research notes. In 65 percent, their depression went into remission. “Yoga helps your body produce serotonin, a natural antidepressant, and helps lower cortisol levels, which are elevated in people with depression,” Field says. If you’re in a slump (but still fairly fit), energizing poses such as Sun Salutations may lift you out of it. “There’s a misconception that yoga is only about relaxation,” Dr. McCall says. “Some practices can stimulate you.”
Could a yogi heal your eating issues? In a recent study of 50 adolescent girls with eating disorders, scientists found that an hour of yoga a week for eight weeks reduced subjects’ symptoms and their overall preoccupation with food. Anxiety and depression pop up more often in people with eating problems, says study coauthor Amber Frye-Johnson, a research scientist at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis. Yoga fans have lower rates of both. “All yoga makes people more accepting and loving toward themselves and their body,” Dr. McCall says. You may need a relaxing or energizing class, depending on your symptoms. Consult your doctor and YogaAlliance.org to find the right one.