So-called “almondmilk” is not milk but an emulsion of a few almonds in water combined with chalk and vitamins. Let’s look through the marketing haze to find the facts.
I registered earlier this year with DPH to be able to offer medical marijuana to patients in Orchard Health Care who might possibly benefit from its use.
BMC Medicine article on DNA barcoding of randomly chosen herbal products yields troubling results.
Ginkgo biloba was just shown to be ineffective to prevent cognitive decline in a large, randomized and controlled trial of over 3000 older adults followed for over 6 years in an NIH-sponsored multi-center study published in JAMA. Applying critical evaluation to all purported therapies.
Q: Several friends just suggested I should do a “colon cleansing” to make me feel better and be healthier. They say they do this regularly. The “cleansing” appeared to involve extensive use of cathartics for several days. They cited many benefits. Should I? A: No. No. and No. When I was growing up, my mother and hence the whole family…