Allergy Medicine

The Japanese Secret to Strong Circulation

…process, the detrimental effects also come on gradually. Products like aspirin and Coumadin (warfarin) have become essential tools of conventional medicine for “thinning” the blood and increasing blood flow. Like most health problems, impaired circulation can result from dozens of factors. Treating…

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What Causes Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

…of irritable bowel syndrome. Many people incorrectly refer to food intolerances as food "allergies," but ingesting the offending foods doesn’t trigger a reaction from the immune system the way a true allergy does. Studies have shown that irritable bowel syndrome patients can usually correct their…

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Superfoods for Super Health

…compounds. As such, it has a variety of health uses. * One of the most common uses is as an oral desensitization process to alleviate hay fever, allergies, and pollen-induced asthma. * Bee pollen stimulates the production of hemoglobin in the blood, increasing the blood’s oxygen-carrying capacity and…

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The Unique Effects of Gut Flora on Babies and Seniors

…other bacteria play in our health. I think we’re starting to see what will be an avalanche of research data on the subject. But, if organized medicine holds true to form, it will be another 10 years before most patients start to benefit from this knowledge. There have been some amazing studies illustrating…

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