breast-actives-review.net &&& Medicinal Value of Fenugreek Seeds and how you can benefit from it. Fenugreek has many medicinal values, including producing breast milk, enlarging breast naturally. It is also a cuisine spice that can ease pain in the body and joints. Video Rating: 4 / 5
Roy Eugene Davis, personal disciple of Paramahansa Yogananda and spiritual director of Center for Spiritual Awareness, discusses the importance of living consciously and meditating to the point of superconscious awareness.
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Don’t waste yourself in rejection, nor bark against the bad, but chant the beauty of the good.
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803 – 1882)
30 Days of Thanks – We Thank Thee
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For flowers that bloom about our feet;
For tender grass, so fresh, so sweet;
For song of bird, and hum of bee;
For all things fair we hear or see,
Father in heaven, we thank Thee!
~Ralph Waldo Emerson
Dr. Jerry McLaughlin presents a lecture on his life’s work- finding things in plants that fight cancer. Here he traces the history of the annonaceous acetogenins found in the Asimina triloba and other species of the plant family. His lecture was given 31 October 2003 in Columbus, Ohio. Later, he received the Tyler Prize for his work from the American Society of Pharmacogosy, the plant medicine research group that co-publishes The Journal of Natural Products with the American Chemical Society. This work is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to give medical advice. Should you be from a country that does not allow this kind of presentation, please do not watch this video. Paw Paw extract is not a cure for cancer or any other disease. The paw paw extract that he describes can be purchased as a dietary supplement in many countries. One source on line for it can be www.pawpawforhealth.com. It is not sold as a medicine or a treatment for diseases.
www.purplemintwoman.co.uk This video is the second part of how to make comfrey ointment and oil by Sue Goodwin.
On May 10th, 2010, Sam and I got up early in the morning to go to a Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital in Weihai, China. First, a Chinese doctor diagnosed Sam by looking at his tongue and fingernails. Then, the lady doctor stuck a field of 12 acupuncture pins on Sam’s back. Each needle went in about 2 inches, even the ones along his spinal cord. Then she lit up a torch, heated up medieval glass blood-letting torture devices, and stuck them on Sam’s back, over the needles. After leaving him there for 20 minutes with a heat fan on him, she sent us to the traditional Chinese pharmacy. Instead of counting pills, they weighed out different exotic herbs for Sam to use in his tea, with very specific brewing instructions. Wow. Video Rating: 4 / 5