Therapeutic Foods, Supplements & Herbs

Wheatgrass

Wheatgrass

Wheatgrass, a herb that is known for various health benefits, is prepared from the cotyledons of the wheat plant, which are biologically known as Triticum aestivum. It is a powerhouse of nutrients and is known for its ability to increase immunity and help deal with...

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Turmeric

Turmeric

Curucuma Longa Turmeric comes from the root of the Curcuma longa plant and has a tough brown skin and a deep orange flesh. Turmeric has long been used as a powerful anti-inflammatory in both the Chinese and Indian systems of medicine. Turmeric was traditionally called...

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Thyme

Thyme

Thymus vulgaria L. Thyme is a well-known herb that is native to the Mediterranean and southern European regions, and it's been used in cooking and medicine for thousands of years. Ancient Egyptians used thyme for embalming their dead pharaohs, while the ancient...

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Strawberries

Strawberries

Fragaria vesca Scientific name: Fragaria vesca. It is a perennial plant whose leaves and flower stalks grow from a basal rosette. The flower stalks have no leaves and the flowers grow in its apex, of five white petals, five sepals and numerous stamens. The petioles of...

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Spinach

Spinach

Spinacia oleracea L. Spinach is a herbaceous plant of the botanical family Chenopodiaceae. It is a vegetable rich in nutrients particularly vitamins and minerals which accounts for its various medicinal applications. Aside other health benefits of spinach, it is well...

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Spices & Herbs

Spices & Herbs

What is a Spice? A spice is a dried seed, fruit, root, bark, or vegetative substance used in nutritionally insignificant quantities as a food additive for flavour, colour, or as a preservative that kills harmful bacteria. It may be used to flavour a dish or to hide...

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Spearmint Tea

Spearmint Tea

Mentha spicata (Mentha virdis LINN.) Synonyms: Garden Mint. Mentha Spicata,  Mackerel Mint, Our Lady's Mint, Green Mint, Spire Mint, Sage of Bethlehem, Fish Mint, Menthe de Notre Dame, Erba Santa Maria, Frauen Munze, Lamb Mint. Medicinal Action and Uses...

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Smoothies

Smoothies

Smoothies have a high nutrient absorbability, although your body does expend a little more energy digesting smoothies (much less than a typical meal). If you’re otherwise healthy, though, this isn’t a bad thing — it's a great thing, since most of us don’t typically...

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Selenium

Selenium

An Essential Mineral Why do we need selenium? You might not know it, but your body needs selenium. Like all trace minerals, it’s essential for proper body functioning, though you need less of them than you do vitamins and minerals needed in larger quantities, such as...

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Sauerkraut

Sauerkraut

More Than Just Cabbage Some of the health benefits of sauerkraut include its ability to increase your digestive health, boost your circulation, protect your heart health, provide you with quick energy, stimulate your immune system, strengthen your bones,...

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Saffron

Saffron

Crocus Sativus Saffron has been around for thousands of years and it's believed it was first cultivated in Greece. According to Greek myth, handsome mortal Crocos fell in love with the beautiful nymph Smilax but his favours were rebuffed and he was turned into an...

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Pumpkin

Pumpkin

Cucurbita pepo L. Pumpkin seed Scientific name: Cucurbita pepo L. Family: Cucurbitaceae Pumpkin is an annual plant with short cycle grown commonly in the tropics between March and June.  It is known from antiquity whose origins are lost in time.  The pumpkin...

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Pineapple & Bromelain

Pineapple & Bromelain

Ananas comosus Pineapple, Ananas comosus, belongs to the Bromeliaceae family, from which one of its most important health-promoting compounds, the enzyme bromelain, was named. The Spanish name for pineapple, pina, and the root of its English name, reflects the fruit's...

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Peppermint Tea

Peppermint Tea

Mentha × piperita Of the members of the mint family under cultivation the most important are the several varieties of the Peppermint (Mentha piperita), extensively cultivated for years as the source of the well-known volatile oil of Peppermint, used as a flavouring...

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Parsley

Parsley

Petroselinum crispum Parsley is an herb. The leaf, seed, and root are used to make medicine. Be careful not to confuse parsley with fool's parsley and parsley piert. Parsley is used for urinary tract infections (UTIs), kidney...

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Paprika

Paprika

Capsicum Annuum Paprika originated in South America but is associated with Hungary, where much of the best paprika is produced today. It's believed that ethnic groups fleeing from the Turks introduced peppers to the Balkans and by the 17th century the first pepper...

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Oregano

Oregano

Origanum vulgare Oregano leaves Common names: Mediterranean oregano, Cuban oregano, Oreganón, Mexican oregano, Wild marjoram, Winter marjoram , Marjoram, Mountain mint, Wintersweet , Kekik (Turkish) Scientific name: Coleus Lour amboinicus o Origanum vulgare L....

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Onions

Onions

Allum cepa Allium cepa is the common onion. Although it is usually thought of as a vegetable, A. cepa also has a long history of medicinal use.  Onions are perennials that are cultivated for food worldwide. There are many varieties. Most onion bulbs are white,...

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Oleander Soup

Oleander Soup

The Recipe for Oleander Soup Oleander extracts have been used as natural remedies for many centuries, perhaps for over 2000 years or more. Since 1966 an oleander extract has been used by professional modern medical practitioners in Turkey, Ireland, Mexico, Honduras,...

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Nutmeg

Nutmeg

Myristica fragrans (HOUTT.) Wars have been fought over nutmeg and it was once one of the most expensive spices in the world. The Arabs were the exclusive importers of nutmeg to Europe until 1512, when the Portuguese and then the Dutch claimed the Banda Islands of...

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Mustard

Mustard

Brassicaceae Mustard is a versatile cruciferous vegetable which belongs to the Brassica family just like broccoli and cabbage. Native to the temperate areas of Europe, it was amongst the earliest grown crops in the region. From about thousands of years, mustard plant...

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MSM

MSM

MSM - Methylsulfonylmethane How It Works MSM (Methyl Sulfonyl Methane) is an incredible form of sulphur, the third most common chemical in our body. MSM makes cells permeable (which is known to aid in the treatment of cancer), strengthens collagen (which helps stop...

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Mint

Mint

Mentha There are three chief species of mint in cultivation and general use: Spearmint (Mentha viridis), Peppermint (M. piperita), and Pennyroyal (M. pulegium), the first being the one ordinarily used for cooking. Mint leaves essential oils and extracts are natural...

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Milk Thistle

Milk Thistle

Cool, bitter, sweet; enters the Liver and Spleen Milk Thistle protects and regenerates the liver in most liver diseases such as Cirrhosis (hardening of the Liver), Jaundice and Hepatitis, (inflammation of the Liver), and Cholangitis (inflammation of bile ducts...

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Magnesium Chloride

Magnesium Chloride

What does magnesium do? Co-factor in Chemical reactionsMagnesium is involved in over 325 enzyme processes including regulating body temperature Produces and transports energyWithout magnesium there is no energy, no movement, no life. It is that simple Synthesis of...

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Lemons

Lemons

Citrus × limon Lemon information Citrus Limon– official name pH = 2 -compare to stomach acid pH=1 Low in calories -27 Kcal per 100 g A lemon weighs about 6 oz. Lemon is widely grown all over the world -grows in abundance in India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Mexico and...

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Kale

Kale

Brassica oleracea var. sabellica Kale is probably the most healthy vegetable existing on this planet! Some call kale a superfood. Others tell that it is just delicious. Is there a medicinal benefit hidden in this delicacy? It is a member of the brassica oleracea...

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Juicing

Juicing

The Benefits of Raw Juice Virtually every health authority recommends that we get 6-8 servings of vegetables and fruits per day and very few of us actually get that. Juicing is an easy way to virtually guarantee that one will reach your daily target for vegetables,...

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Iodine

Iodine

Iodine is a trace mineral which is crucial for the synthesis of thyroid hormone. It also appears to modulate the effect of estrogen on breast tissue. Two main forms of iodine are available which appear to have different effects on the body. Elemental iodine primarily...

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Hibiscus Tea

Hibiscus Tea

The health benefits of hibiscus tea, also known as Agua De Jamaica, include its ability to treat high blood pressure, high cholesterol, disturbed digestive and immune system, and inflammatory problems as well. It helps to cure liver diseases and reduces the risk of...

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Guava

Guava

Psidium guajava Guava fruit Scientific name: Psidium guajava L. Botanical family: Myrtaceae / Other names: Guava, Guava Maroon, Guava of Peru The guava is a shrub or small tree up to 7 m high, sparsely branched. It has aromatic leaves, opposite, entire, 4-8 cm...

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Green Tea

Green Tea

C. sinensis var. sinensis This Chinese plant is a small-leafed bush with multiple stems that reaches a height of some 3 meters. It is native to southeast China. The first tea plant to be discovered, recorded and used to produce tea three thousand years ago,...

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Graviola

Graviola

One of the additional protocols we sometimes utilise in conjunction with IMMUNOClean™ drops and the IMMUNOClean™ OCC Cancer Protocols is the oral administration of either IMMUNOClean™ Graviola Extract.  To clarify the use of these protocols for pH8 cancers, we have...

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Ginger

Ginger

Zingiber Officinale Diabetes mellitus results in neuronal damage caused by increased intracellular glucose leading to oxidative stress. Recent evidence revealed the potential of ginger for reducing diabetes-induced oxidative stress markers. . . This study revealed a...

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Garlic

Garlic

Allium Sativum & The Compound Allicin  Medicinal activity in garlic is best measured by its Allicin content Allicin is the major biologically active component of garlic. First reported by Cavallito and Bailey in 1944, allicin is the key ingredient responsible...

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Food As Medicine

Food As Medicine

"Let Food Be Thy Medicine and Medicine Be Thy Food"- Hippocrates To what extent should we be using food to maintain our health and heal our body? According to nutritionist John Bagnulo, PhD, MPH, “Food—not supplements—should be where you get 98 percent of...

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Fennel

Fennel

Foeniculum vulgare Fennel is best known as a digestive tonic. Characteristics Common Names: Fennel, Sweet fennel (var. dulce), Bitter fennel (var. vulgare) Family: Apiaceae (Umbelliferae) Habitat: Foeniculum vulgare is native to the Mediterranean but is...

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Epsom Salts

Epsom Salts

What is Epsom Salt? Epsom salt is magnesium sulfate, a pure, time-tested mineral compound with dozens of uses Epsom salts come from a bitter saline spring at Epsom in Surrey, England It actually is not a salt but a naturally occurring pure mineral compound of...

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Eggplant

Eggplant

Solanum melongena Eggplant, also known as aubergine, is a member of the nightshade, or Solanaceae, family. Eggplant is a principal ingredient in international dishes such as Indian curry, Chinese Szechuan eggplant, Italian eggplant Parmesan, Middle Eastern eggplant...

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Dill

Dill

Anethum graveolens Dill has been around since the time of the ancient Egyptians and throughout its history has been added to love potions and used as protection against witchcraft. It was popular in the ancient Greek and Roman cultures for its many culinary uses but...

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Dandelion

Dandelion

Taraxacum Dandelion flowers Scientific name: Taraxacum officinale W. Other names: Taraxacum, Taraxacum vulgare Acaulescent herbaceous, vivacious, from the Compositae family, has a long tap-root, highly variable plant, perennial up to 40 cm high. The stems support...

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Cucumbers

Cucumbers

Nutritional Benefits of Eating Cucumbers While the humble cucumber may not be considered glamorous or trendy, it’s readily available. You can find cucumbers in supermarkets around the United States. It’s a member of the plant family that also includes squash,...

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