Articles and Q&A's



December 2010

A Cure For All Inflammation

Inflammation is the basic pathology of all diseases. It brings on physiological changes like redness, heat, itchiness, exudation and pain, as well as structural changes like swelling, erosions, fibrosis and calcification. Inflammation can be a result of infection, injury, metabolic changes, and immune responses.
December 2010

The Multiple Benefits of Vitamin D

Vitamin D is actually a group of fat soluble prohormones and not a true vitamin. The two major forms are vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) and vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol). Vitamin D3 is the form produced in the skin after exposure to UVB radiation in sunlight and hence the most "natural" form of vitamin D.
November 2010

Q: I have bad varicose veins. I stand on my job. Is there anything we can do?

A: You guys should wear compression stockings. They have gradually increasing elasticity going up the calf and can help to return venous blood and excessive fluid to the circulatory system.
October 2010

Q: How can I get rid of the fullness and bloating after the Christmas/New Year festivities?

A: After a heavy meal take a couple of teaspoonful of Maria' Swedish Bitters by Flora. This is a herbal concentrate with natural ingredients to stimulate bowel motility and secretions.
October 2010

Q: How would homeopathic medicine enhance the benefits of vaccination?

A: Homeopathics can be used to complement vaccination. A weekly dose of Influenzinum 9CH and a weekly dose of Thymuline 9CH for 5 weeks may enhance the protection.
October 2010

Interesting Uses of Enzymes

Most people know that enzymes are for digestion. Very few people know that they can be used for inflammation, cholesterol problems, detoxification, and weight control. For these special purposes, they have to be taken in high doses and on empty stomach
October 2010

Time For Flu Shot

Influenza is a viral infection causing fever, headache, muscle aches, malaise, upper respiratory or gastro-intestinal symptoms. It is highly contagious.
September 2010

Q: I heard that enzymes work well when combined with herbs for inflammation. I have bad arthritis a

A.: Recovery® provides the building blocks for regeneration and has only weak anti-inflammatory effect. On the other hand, a good enzyme and herbs have much more direct anti-inflammatory effects.
September 2010

Q: How can I minimize the side effects of the flu shot and can I enhance its efficacy in a natural

A: The flu shot is scientifically proven to be effective in preventing influenza, but this year Health Canada has advised that only high risk individuals will be inoculated whereas the one for H1N1 will be available for everybody.
September 2010

MAHA: A new formula for Anti-wrinkle creams

MAHA stands for Matrixyl, Argireline, and Hyaluronic Acid. Matrixyl® (palmitoyl pentapeptide-3) is an amino acid that promotes the formation of collagen. When more collagen is formed, the skin will appear fuller, firmer, and tighter.
September 2010

Cat's Claw & Maca's Benefit On Arthritis

Some patients take Glucosamine, MSM (methyl-sulfonyl-methane), anti-oxidants, and herbal combinations faithfully and still do not experience any relief from their arthritic pain. This is usually due to the fact that their bodies could not utilize the raw materials to start the repairing process.
July 2010

Q: I had been using anti-wrinkle creams religiously and still could not get rid of the tram lines on

A: First, you need a really effective cream. Pick one that has collagen promoting, muscle relaxing, and water retaining ingredients, all in one like the "Urist Wrinkle and Frown Line Cream". After applying the cream, force it into the skin with an ionizing device such as the "OxyLift" machine.