The Thought Police are working hard behind the scenes to propagate Drug War propaganda.
As you’re probably aware, honest and accurate information about natural health and wellness is increasingly hard to come by on Google now that the tech platform is altering autocomplete results and even banning entire websites in an effort to prevent users from pulling up anything on the web other than Big Pharma propaganda.
Coffee depletes magnesium, a crucial mineral that works with calcium and vitamin D to facilitate the muscle contraction-relaxation response and aid in energy production; it also plays a key role in more than 300 enzymatic reactions in the body. Therefore, depletion due to coffee intake can be worrisome.
An herbal pain reliever, cayenne has heart-protective qualities and can boost the immune system.
According to ancient ways of knowing, plants possess a sacred spirit…a spirit that goes well beyond, and vibrates deeper, than its physical constituents.
Surprise—most store-bought coffee creamers aren't actually made with cream. Instead, they get their rich, velvety mouthfeel from thickening agents and emulsifiers like carrageenan, a thickener thought to cause inflammation and digestive problems.
The World Health Organization has adopted a new classification system for chronic pain, assigning it the code ICD-11 in a revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD). It’s the first time the ICD will include a specific diagnostic code for chronic pain, along with sub-codes for several common chronic pain conditions.
Basch is challenging the state’s accusations, saying that she is caring for people who come to her with preexisting excessive use of opioids – some of them in chronic pain. Meanwhile, some of her patients have come to her defense, saying that Basch has provided excellent care when other doctors have been unwilling.
“Moringa, a botanical new to the U.S. and European markets has been making impressive gains in popularity, due to its broad traditional benefits and emerging supportive science. Moringa is native to northern India, Pakistan, the Himalayan region, Africa and Arabia, but is now cultivated more widely throughout the tropics,” writes the Medicine Hunter.