Immune System

Increase Vitamin E

Posted on November 8, 2017

How about tossing in some whole eggs to a colorful salad? According to research from Purdue University this will boost the amount of Vitamin E . Vitamin E is the second-most under consumed nutrient in the average American diet. This is problematic because this fat-soluble nutrient has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, according to Wayne Campbell, […]

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Castor Oil Benefits

Posted on November 6, 2017

The castor oil seed has a very unique chemical composition.  The seed plant is native to India and 90% of its composition is ricinolete acid.  This is a fatty acid that is thought to be responsible for castor oil’s healing properties.  In Ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, China, Persia and 17th Century Europe and the Americas, […]

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Butter Yellow, Milk White

Butter Yellow, Milk White?

Posted on October 24, 2017

Why would butter end up yellow in color when the beginning product of milk is white? The cows eat grass and flowers, which contain the yellow pigment beta-carotene, and then store the pigments in their fat. Therefore, the cream, butter and other diary foods from cows contain the fat containing the beta-carotene as well as […]

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Cancer Fighting Pineapple Enzyme

Posted on October 23, 2017

Relying on chemotherapy, conventional cancer treatment has proven a dismal failure in the United States. Chemotherapy is extremely toxic and works against your body’s natural ability to fight cancer by destroying host immunity instead of supporting it. Healthy cells throughout your body are destroyed right along with the cancer cells that often lead to faster […]

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Honey fights bacteria

Posted on September 4, 2017

Manuka honey has been used for millennia as a remedy for inflammation and bacterial infections. A study conducted at the University of Southampton in the U.K. reported that the honey from Down Under may be useful for decreasing the risk of infection, and helpful in preventing pathogenic bacterial colonies called biofilm from developing on catheters […]

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The Citrus sinensis (orange) belongs to the Rutaceae family. The oil is extensively utilized in aromatherapy as it helps soothe tensed muscles and aids as a mood lifter, as well as used as a fragrant lotion or cream when blended with carrier oil. Adding as flavoring to beverages, sweet meats, chocolates, biscuits, confectionery and baked goods are ways orange oil is used. You can also industrially use it as a concentrate for room fresheners and deodorants. It has an anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antidepressant, antimicrobial and antioxidant properties that provide a lot of benefits to your health. Orange oil can be used as a tonic to help curb inflammation in the body by reducing pain and irritation. There is a carminative property that helps expel intestinal gas that induces chest pains and indigestion, by relaxing the stomach and anal muscles. Orange oil is also believed by organic nutritionists to help treat muscular and nervous spasms. It aids in relieving anxiety, anger and depression in aromatherapy and is beneficial in promoting a healthy wellbeing as it detoxifies your body and boosts your immunity. Improving digestion and relieving constipation are benefits of the orange oil. It is found to inhibit angiogenesis, metastasis and cell death in human colon cancer cells, according to a study. The oil from blood oranges may offer great potential for prevention of cancer. Try it for nourishing dry, irritated and acne-prone skin when mixed with carrier oil, and a treatment for calluses on your feet when used as a cream or ointment. Orange oil can be used as massage oil on various areas of the body. Add a few drops of the oil to a warm bath or body wash, but be careful to use it with carrier oil as it can irritate the skin. If you use it topically, be sure to stay out of the sun for at least 12 hours. It works great as a room freshener when you mix it with water in a spray bottle and squirt it lightly into the air. Use it in vapor therapy as it immensely helps in relieving tension and stress. The fragrant scent will help to induce sleep in children, especially at night. The orange oil is normally safe but again, you should avoid sunlight after applying as it may cause phototoxicity. If it is consumed in large amounts, the oil may result in vomiting and nausea. Consult with a professional before using the oil if you’re pregnant, epileptic or have other medical problems. If you are using the orange oil for therapeutic needs, be sure to dilute it with a base oil or lotion and do not use the essential oil in high concentrations as it may cause dermatitis or skin inflammation. Dr Fredda Branyon

Benefits of Orange Oil

Posted on June 26, 2017

The Citrus sinensis (orange) belongs to the Rutaceae family. The oil is extensively utilized in aromatherapy as it helps soothe tensed muscles and aids as a mood lifter, as well as used as a fragrant lotion or cream when blended with carrier oil. Adding as flavoring to beverages, sweet meats, chocolates, biscuits, confectionery and baked […]

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Man with Sleepiness and Fatigue

Do you have Sleepiness and Fatigue?

Posted on May 20, 2017

Ernest Hemingway once said, “ I love sleep. My life has the tendency to fall apart when Im awake, you know?” Most of us can relate to his words when we do not get enough sleep. It makes us feel like we are possibly from another planet. Right? The most common and obvious cause of […]

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Campaign Against Supplements

Campaign Against Supplements

Posted on May 19, 2017

There is an ongoing campaign aimed at regulating supplements as drugs that would allow the drug industry to eliminate the competition of the supplement industry, increasing its own profits.  Their point is that supplements are not regulated as drugs, so therefore they are unsafe.  The strange thing is that prescription drugs kill many more people […]

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MRSA And UV Light

Posted on October 23, 2016

I’m sure that by now you have heard that the US hospitals, all over our great nation, are full of MRSA. Every time you are in the hospital and have surgery, you face the chance of contracting a serious and potentially fatal complication of infections. The current drug-resistant pathogen using to combat infections often fall […]

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Study accidentally finds Chemo can make Cancer Worse!

Posted on June 28, 2016

  I have to report on an article that a friend sent me. The name of the article was, Whoops! Study Accidentally Finds Chemotherapy Makes Cancer Far Worse. I was intrigued to learn more so that I could confidently report the truth, so I went looking for the study itself. Sometimes studies such as this […]

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Dr. Fredda Branyon