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Healing Mushrooms

This easy-to-use guide begins by describing how ancient cultures utilized mushrooms to combat disease. It then explains how modern science has refocused its attention on the healing properties of mushrooms and, along the way, discovered wonderful new properties. Included are chapters that examine the folklore, health benefits, and culinary uses of mushrooms, including detailed instructions for ...

The Inflammation Revolution

Over two decades ago, researchers observed that New Zealand’s coast-dwelling Maori had a lower incidence of arthritis-related disease than the Maori who lived inland. The cause was traced to the coastal Maori’s consumption of green-lipped mussels. With the risks of many anti-inflammatory prescription drugs continuing to make headlines, it is vital for arthritis sufferers, asthmatics, and others ...

The Yin and Yang of Cancer

Although Eastern and Western doctors have the same objectives in the fight against cancer, their methods of treatment are worlds apart. The Yin & Yang of Cancer bridges the information gap between these two approaches. The authors begin with a clear history of how traditional Chinese and Western medicines evolved, and how they have interacted with each other. They then provide a detailed ...

Ulcer Free!

Over 4 million Americans are diagnosed annually with peptic ulcer disease. Many learn to live with the resulting heartburn, acid reflux, and stomach pain by taking over-the-counter antacids, but these products help only temporarily. Ulcer Free! provides an unbiased review of the various treatments—both conventional and alternative—that can stop the symptoms and actually heal the ulcers. Finally, ...

Zinc-Carnosine

More than 4 million Americans are diagnosed annually with peptic ulcer disease. The resulting gastritis--inflammation of the stomach--causes heartburn, nausea, acid reflux, gas, and stomach pain. For years, relief from these symptoms came in the form of antacids, dietary changes, and, in some cases, surgery. When it was discovered that ulcers were actually caused by a bacterium, antibiotics ...