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The benefits of American wormseed are primarily centered around its ability to help the body establish an environment that is inhospitable to harmful, invading organisms; which are attracted to weakened, unhealthy, toxin-ridden digestive systems. Wormseed, or Chenopodium ambrosioides, is an herb found throughout South America, Mexico, and the United States. The Mayans gave wormseed its name after realizing its efficacy in dealing with intestinal enemies. A tea made from the leaves has been used to provide a cleansing effect and to help expel harmful organisms from the body. The seeds […]

Soil contains a wealth of organic matter from decomposed plant and animal matter. A substance known as "humus" is the primary component of that organic matter. As water washes through soil, it washes away the humic acids from the humus in the soil. Research has shown these acids to be a very effective tool for regulating metals in both plants and animals. (more…)

The World Research Foundation (www.wrf.org) provides comprehensive information on allopathic and alternative medicine techniques. Much of the information they release has been suppressed and is very difficult to find.  Now, with the power of technology, they are releasing a mountain of valuable information that has been suppressed, silenced, or lost so that it may again be spread and utilized by the natural medicine community. Much of the information and techniques featured on their website are not available anywhere else, (more…)

Withania somnifera, better known as ashwagandha or “Indian ginseng,” has been a staple of Ayurvedic medicine for over 3000 years. The herb has a wide range of activity that promotes physical and mental health, body rejuvenation, and longevity. It is known to inhibit anxiety and improve energy. In certain cases, ashwagandha may also promote healthy fertility.[1, 2] (more…)

In Ayurvedic medicine, plants and extracts are used as herbal remedies for a multitude of health concerns, including sexual disorders. For this, Tribulus terrestris is one of the preferred herbal aphrodisiacs. [1] The use of Tribulus terrestris is not limited to India, as the therapeutic plant has been a staple of traditional and folk medicine in Turkey, China, and other countries. Used to enhance energy, stamina, and sexual function, Tribulus is believed to stimulate the libido and support normal testosterone levels. (more…)

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