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Chaparral Plant

Chaparral Plant

Botanically known as Larrea Tridentata, Chaparrral is used to treat a variety of bowel, lung and skin conditions and studied for its impact on viral-based disorders. 

EDTA Chelation Formula

EDTA Chelation Formula

EDTA (Calcium disodium EDTA) is a proven chelating agent that can bind and render inactive certain trace minerals.  Because of its ability to grab and remove unwanted metals, EDTA is commonly used to treat lead poisoning. 

Using the Whole Garlic Plant for Better Health – Part II

Using the Whole Garlic Plant for Better Health – Part II

Allium sativum (cultivated garlic bulb) Though Allium sativum is known to originate on the great Asian plain, it is today cultivated in virtually every country and culture.  It has integrated itself into our daily diet and became the stuff of which folklore and legends are made.  The garlic bulb has enjoyed such a long and famous existence and became a common herbal medicine for one reason only: it works.  Louis Pasteur discovered its antibacterial properties in the late 1800s and…

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Using the Whole Garlic Plant for Better Health – Part I

Using the Whole Garlic Plant for Better Health – Part I

We have all either heard stories about the health benefits of garlic or experienced those benefits first-hand.  For thousands of years this spice has bolstered the flavor of food and the health of those who ate it.  Garlic is known to reduce blood cholesterol, fight infection, strengthen the immune system, and can be taken in supplement form by those seeking good health without halitosis (bad breath).  Although there are over 600 species of the Allium (garlic) genus spread over 4 continents, only…

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The Importance of Allicin-Rich Garlic

The Importance of Allicin-Rich Garlic

          By now the composition of garlic has been well established to contain over 100 unique and vital constituents. Among these, the most researched are allicin and its various derivatives and degradation products. Allicin itself is highly unstable and quickly disproportionates into a variety of compounds following its formation when S-allyl-cysteine sulfoxide (alliin) and diallyl thiosulfinate (alliinase) combine. Allicin quickly yields stable diallyl sulfides (most common is diallyl disulfide), ajoenes, 2-propene sulfenic acid, dithiins and a…

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Large Scale NIH Trial “Gives Surprising Boost to EDTA Chelation”

Large Scale NIH Trial “Gives Surprising Boost to EDTA Chelation”

A 9 year, double blind study with 1,708 patients have shown significant evidence supporting EDTA chelation therapy for patients with coronary disease. The trial, known as TACT (Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy), was funded by the NIH (National Institute of Health) and sponsored by two of their institutes, the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine and the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute.   “With a result that is likely to surprise and baffle much of the mainstream medical…

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