Introduction to metabolic therapy with vitamin b17

It should be stressed that anyone seeking healing through natural means should consult a physician with knowledge in the field of complementary or nutritional therapy, especially with serious or potentially life-threatening situations. This is merely a basic outline for nutritional support until those who are seeking professional help are able to find it. Quite often Read more about Introduction to metabolic therapy with vitamin b17[…]

Cordyceps fungus

Cordyceps fungus – is the last of us killer fungus real? – reality check

Fungi are one of the most misunderstood life forms here on earth. We see them as small, unassuming and sometimes unpleasant growths that just get in the way of the more aesthetically pleasing plants and flowers. But one should never forget that one of the most important breakthroughs in the field of medicine was associated Read more about Cordyceps fungus – is the last of us killer fungus real? – reality check[…]

Uses of Rutin in Medicine

Rutin is a complex sugar compound that is obtained from the plant species Carpobrotus edulis. It is also present in the plant Ruta graveolens which is where Rutin gets its name from. It is also a part of edible plants like buckwheat seeds, asparagus, citrus fruits, apples, berries, peaches etc. Green tea also contains Rutin. Rutin is popularly used Read more about Uses of Rutin in Medicine[…]

Indole 3 carbinol and its influence on estrogen and women breast cancer

Indole 3 carbinol is derived from the breakdown (enzymatic hydrolysis) of the glucosinolate glucobrassicin (a compound containing sulfur), which is found in cruciferous vegetables in fairly high levels. Examples of such vegetables include cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, kale, brussels sprouts and collard greens. Indole 3 carbinol (or I3C) is also found in nutritional enhancements. Indole 3 Read more about Indole 3 carbinol and its influence on estrogen and women breast cancer[…]