It’s not often I come across something so powerful that has a long, impressive history of healing and a bucketload of science supporting all of the health claims! Black cumin seed oil, also referred to as “black seed oil”, is one of those rarities. This oil comes from the black cumin plant (Nigella sativa) native to southern Asia. It has been used medicinally and as a spice throughout the Middle East, Europe, and Asia for thousands of years.
Check out these articles to learn the true meaning of the word “cancer” along with well-researched, effective alternative methods of cancer healing support.
Mind over matter. The placebo effect. Call it what you will, just make it your first priority. Given the tools to heal, that’s just what the body will begin to do. So what are those tools to which I refer? A healthy diet, quality rest, and the addition of moderate exercise into your daily routine all can be considered important tools supportive of healing.
Mushrooms are a staple in our household. I use them in just about every dish I make simply because I’m a big fan of the “earthy” flavor they promote. Of course not everyone shares my love of these fungi as a daily addition to their cuisine, but the medicinal benefits of mushrooms, especially when it comes to evidence-based cancer healing support, can’t be denied.
Last week the American Cancer Society (ACS) issued new guidelines regarding the age and frequency at which women should receive mammograms. Previously it was recommended that women begin annual mammography screening at age 40 until age 50, at which point screening frequency could be decreased to once every two years. Now the American Cancer Society has pulled that back by changing their recommendation to annual screening beginning at age 45, and decreasing in frequency to every two years at age 55.
For those of you who have been inquiring about the publish date of my e-book on natural support for cancer patients, it’s available on Amazon! $2.99 USD A short description: “What would I do if had cancer?” That’s the question that circles my head when I’m offering support to a client who has been diagnosed […]
Curcumin, a compound derived from the Indian spice turmeric, happens to be my absolute favorite nutritional supplement! Weird? Perhaps. But I have many reasons for these preferential feelings, as research findings continue to pour in touting (and proving!) a wide variety of benefits of this compound. In fact, in the past year alone, 240 studies of […]
What exactly is IP6? Inositol hexaphosphate (IP6) is a sugar, actually very much like glucose, that is found in rice, beans, corn, sesame seeds, wheat bran, and other high-fiber foods. Unfortunately IP6 it is only readily absorbed from these dietary sources if the body has adequate amounts of digestive enzymes to break it down, which many of us are lacking. Given this, […]
Vitamin C is one of my favorite nutrients because it has so many far-reaching, positive effects on our health. We tend to hear about Vitamin C mainly for its general immune system support, but C has also been studied extensively for its potential cancer-cell-killing ability. That said, despite being a big fan of Vitamin C, I pondered whether to […]
Modified citrus pectin for cancer has received a lot of well-deserved attention lately. Pectin is a carbohydrate, made up of chemically-linked sugar molecules, that can be found in plants and most plentifully in the peels of apples, citrus fruits and plums. When ingested, however, it can’t be absorbed by the body – typical for the soluble […]
I first learned of the incredible powers of Frankincense (boswellia serrata, boswellia sacra, boswellia carteri) when researching the benefits of several essential oils a few years back. To say I was impressed by what I learned about Frankincense is an understatement.
Since that time I have worked with several clients with high levels of inflammation, which led me to stumble upon the wonders of Frankincense yet again, this time as Boswellia extract in capsule form. Impressed once again by its potent anti-inflammatory and powerful immune-boosting properties, I read on to learn that frankincense actually increases the body’s supply of white blood cells (lymphocytes), our primary immune defense.
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