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Evening Primrose Oil: Uses, Benefits and Side Effects

Written by Markus MacGill

Evening primrose oil is the oil derived from the seeds of the evening primrose (Oenothera biennis) plant.

Often abbreviated to EPO, evening primrose oil is a rich source of omega-6 essential fatty acids.2 In particular, it contains one known as gamma linolenic acid (GLA), which is also found in other plant-based oils.3,4

Naringenin Research Round Up

The folks over at Functional Performance Systems have put together an extensive round up of recent Naringenin study's and the findings are impressive.  Studies cover its use for cancer, hepatitis, inflammation, melanoma, alzheimer’s and melanoma; just to mention a few.  Click Here for the whole article and full transcripts of the studies.

Orange Juice, grapefruit Naringtenin sources

“Orange juice contains naringenin which is effective against melanoma, and guavas contain apigenin, also effective. A diet consisting of milk, orange juice, guavas, cheese, and some eggs, liver, and oysters, with aspirin would be protective against the spread of the tumor.” -Ray Peat, PhD

 

 

 

 

 

Good Reasons to NOT GIVE to Cancer Fundraisers.

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Bob Wright is the founder of the American Anti-Cancer Institute. Here he talks about the 'race for the cure' and 'walk for the cure' programs that go on all over the country. So many tens of millions of dollars are raised, if not more. But are we closer to a cure? Find out what the fundamental problem with these organizations and their goals is.

So You Think You're Taking Supplements?

The New York State attorney general’s office accused four national retailers on Monday of selling dietary supplements that were fraudulent and in many cases contaminated with unlisted ingredients.

The authorities said they had run tests on popular store brands of herbal supplements at the retailers — Walmart, Walgreens, Target and GNC — which showed that roughly four out of five of the products contained none of the herbs listed on their labels. In many cases, the authorities said, the supplements contained little more than cheap fillers like rice and house plants, or substances that could be hazardous to people with food allergies.

Quercetin for Anaphylactic Shock

While EVERY website on anaphylactic shock will tell you to go straight to the emergency room.  I live over an hour away from one and had a mild version of it a few weeks ago... While trying not to die I found that many of the products that Lloyd sells will help, including Quercetin
- Lloyd's webmonkey

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Is it Really Fibromyalgia or Something Else

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Dr. David Brady discusses fibromyalgia and explains exactly what that condition is. He mentions a number of other conditions that show the same symptoms but are not fibromyalgia. Find out why you should know exactly what you might have to help treat it better!

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Vaccine researcher charged with felony crimes for research fraud

(NaturalNews) Scientific fraud is so common in the vaccine industry, it's practically the default business model. The truth is that most vaccines don't work, so in order to make them appear to work, researchers routinely spike blood samples of vaccinated test subjects with antibodies, making it appear the vaccine caused the body to produce those antibodies.

This is exactly what Merck does with MMR vaccines, according to the company's own former virologists who filed a False Claims Act with the federal government. It's also why up to 97% of children who contract measles or mumps were already vaccinated against measles and mumps.

Now, a National Institutes of Health-funded vaccine scientist who was celebrated as achieving a breakthrough vaccine against HIV has confessed to spiking the test subject blood samples with antibodies. Dong-Pyou Han had taken $5 million in NIH grant money to further his "research" at Iowa State University. The mainstream media and vaccine advocates hailed his research as groundbreaking, "game-changing" advancements in the search for an AIDS vaccine.

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