In the wild meadows of North China, grows a woody, thorny vine scattered with distinctive bright red berries. Known locally as Wu Wei Tzu and in the West as Schisandra Chinensis or Chinese magnolia, it has attracted the attention of healers and physicians for some six thousand years. Ancient Chinese healers, as recorded in medical texts dated 2697 BC, claimed that Schisandra was an effective reme... ››› more
Older men get enlarged prostate glands (BPH); younger men don't.
Older men get prostate cancer; younger men don't. Yet younger men have the highest testosterone levels.
So why do the conventional medical community, patent medicine companies, and government “authorities” continue to warn us of the hazards of testosterone?
The warnings are due, in part, to a 1940s and 1950s disaster wit... ››› more
We've been conditioned to think of the fight against microbial illnesses— viral, bacterial, and fungal — as warfare. Either we kill them or they kill us.
Thankfully, scientists are starting to understand, based on what they've learned over the past four decades, that the more we kill bacteria with antibiotics or other chemicals, the more likely they are to come roaring back, stronger than b... ››› more
When you think of aphrodisiacs, you generally picture a concoction of herbs...
But sometimes, all it takes are delicious foods like strawberries and chocolate to transform a romantic evening into a magical night you'll remember forever!
Find out below how to use these sweet delicacies to creat emagic in your bedroom... What has made chocolate a favourite amongst 'casanovas' - all thr... ››› more
There's a reason a bowl of chicken soup feels so good when you're sick… And it's not just because it brings back memories of your grandma nursing you back to health.
Made right, chicken soup is overflowing with virus-fighting nutrients. What is it about chicken soup and colds?
Studies have identified the cold and flu-fighting compound in chicken soup as carnosine, which is found in the sk... ››› more
If you're losing your hair, you know the feelings that come with it - a sense of embarrassment, that your body is letting you down, and that you're losing control.
Your doctor may prescribe finasteride for your hair loss - but before you accept the prescription, there's something you should know.
The side-effects of this drug may be more severe than you imagined. Paying the price for hair-lo... ››› more
In 1957, a patient suffered from intermittent bouts of prostatitis, accompanied by severe symptoms accompanied by high fever.
He'd found no relief from doctors.
The patient decided to take bee pollen as a general tonic, to build up his strength for scheduled prostate surgery.
Very shortly after he started taking the bee-pollen doses, the man noticed that his prostatitis was gone.
He co... ››› more
Do you suffer from frequent headaches or allergies? How about fatigue or skin rashes? And autoimmune conditions?
If you answered, “yes, yes, yes!” then I'm sure you're desperately seeking ways to put these miserable conditions to an end. Luckily, you've come to the right place - I'm about to tell you exactly what could be causing these symptoms plus how you can solve the root problem. Why y... ››› more
Struggling to sleep, hot flushes, and feeling down don't have to be the norm with menopause...
There's a herb that's been used for centuries to alleviate these symptoms - safely, without any harsh side-effects.
Find out what it is below... Black cohosh - a natural alternative for perimenopause and menopause symptoms...
Black cohosh is a tall, flowering woodland plant that grows in fore... ››› more
Have you been cooped up inside for weeks?
This could affect your body's ability to fight off viruses!
Keep reading below to find out why vitamin D is essential to your health - especially during flu season (and boy, this couldn't be more relevant right now)...
Plus find out what you can do if you live in an apartment and can't sit outside reading a book, or sipping a cup of tea for 20 m... ››› more
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