Maitake: The “dancing mushroom” that helps prevent a whole host of diseases

By Geary Andrew Maitake mushrooms have been used as both food and medicine in Asian cultures for many centuries, and are described as having a rich, earthy taste. The name maitake means “dancing mushroom” in Japanese. They are most common in the Northeastern areas of the United States and Canada. They also exist in hardwood…

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How to get British supermarkets to return to GM-free meat and dairy

Nowadays, voting for politicians or political parties that have been bought out by global corporate interests is an exercise in futility. But there is one lever of power still left to us – and that is voting with our shopping baskets. Last month, there was a shining example of consumer power in action as the…

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GMO-Science Takes a Blow as Studies Are Retracted

By Dr. Mercola The pesticide producers are one of the most powerful industries on the planet, the influence they possess is enormous. You have probably heard that an Elsevier journal has retracted the Seralini study which showed evidence of harm to rats fed a GMO diet, despite admitting they found no fraud or errors in…

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Can LSD ease our fear of death? First scientific study in 40 years shows positive results

By Ishtar Babilu Dingir This new article in today’s Independent is interesting, although as a shaman, I’d like to reframe the question slightly. Although I don’t take any pyschotropic substances myself, those who visit the other dimensions (shamans) do take them, although usually in more natural state like ayahuasca. Shamans use various means, which can…

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The crock of gold at the end of the rainbow: health and vitality

Eating the Rainbow by Kathryn Rubin Fruits and vegetables come in an array of tones and hues from red, to orange, to blue and green, but what do these colors mean? Since we were children, we were told to eat fruits and vegetables everyday – five servings to be exact. But does it matter which…

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Hormone-mimicking chemicals linked to growing global health problem

By Brian Bienkowski Environmental Health News An international team of experts reported today [Feb 19th 2013] that evidence linking hormone-mimicking chemicals to human health problems has grown stronger over the past decade, becoming a “global threat” that should be addressed. The report is a joint effort by the World Health Organization and the United Nations…

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Awe changes our perception of time and our behaviour

It doesn’t matter what we’ve experienced – whether it’s the breathtaking scope of the Grand Canyon, the ethereal beauty of the Aurora Borealis, or the exhilarating view from the top of the Eiffel Tower – at some point in our lives we’ve all had the feeling of being in a complete and overwhelming sense of…

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How Massage Therapy Helps Patients With Cancer

Massage therapy can help improve the wellbeing of patients who are receiving various types of cancers. Physicians are increasingly including massage therapy as part of their treatment plan. Massages can help improve a patient’s spirits and ease some of the unpleasant side effects of cancer treatments.

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Solar blasts affect our consciousness say scientists

While it’s interesting that scientists are realising that X-rated solar blasts have a significant impact on how well we feel, and how well we behave, a good next step would be for them to understand that shamanic and mystic practises also affect consciousness and in such a way as to nullify any external atmospheric impacts.…

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Why lemon juice is so very good for you when drunk first thing in the morning

By La Jolla Mum   As you may know, I’m starting a BluePrintCleanse tomorrow morning. To prepare, BluePrintCleanse suggests that I drink lemon water first thing in the morning to kick start my digestive system. The water added to the lemon juice should be lukewarm, or as hot as I can tolerate. I decided to…

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Are you deficient in vitamin B12?

by Paul Fassa If you’re a vegetarian or a vegan who’s never heard of chlorella, the chances are that you are deficient in vitamin 12. Awareness of vitamin B12’s importance is getting more attention lately. Every cell in our body uses vitamin B12. Vitamin B12 deficiency is more common than previously considered, and low B12…

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Why Are Human Beings So Crazy?

This is an interesting new theory about the problems of insanity which affect the human species (much more than any other). These theories about the loss to our endocrine system forced on us by different living conditions chime in with my own experience. The more aware I become, the more I seek out rich and…

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