“The antagonism between science and religion, about which we hear so much, appears to me to be purely factitious–fabricated, on the one hand, by short-sighted religious people who confound a certain branch of science, theology, with religion; and, on the other, by equally short-sighted scientific people who forget that science takes for its province only […]
Although the Dutch postimpressionist Vincent Van Gogh is now highly acclaimed, he received little recognition in his lifetime. Instead, he lead a difficult life which included depression, bizarre psychiatric symptoms, and finally suicide. Van Gogh’s difficult life –with all its romantic and tragic elements — has been the focus of much medical speculation. His unusual […]
Dr. Melanie Dreher, reefer researcher
Despite political pressure to have it otherwise, Dr. Dreher’s research reveals that pot-smoking moms can have smart, healthy babies.
When Dr Melanie Dreher released solidly researched reports showing that children of ganja-using mothers were better adjusted than children born to non-using mothers, she encountered political and professional turbulence.
Dr. Melanie Dreher is one […]
When it comes to cancer, it is obvious that the need for alternative treatments is growing, and topical cannabis oil offers a much needed avenue to explore.
Throughout history hemp has been known as a medicinal plant. Yet this hasn’t been considered much in the political playground where the goal is making money. Many large pharmaceutical […]
New research from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine indicates that the psychedelic component in magic mushrooms may have lasting medical and spiritual benefits to psychological health. The mushroom-derived hallucinogen, called psilocybin, is known to cause transformative spiritual states, but at high doses it can also bring about “bad trips” marked by terror and panic. The […]
Everything you need to know about apricot kernels, the rich source of Vitamin B17. Where to buy them, how to store them, and more on apricot kernels freshness and consumption.
The royal jelly itself looks alike condensed milk but by contrast, it’s wholesome, helps metabolism and reduce the cholesterol in the blood. Furthermore it’s not good just only for our health but also our skin as it contains collagen.
Several reports of honey in successful wound management include controlled studies showing quick clearance of infection by the antibacterial effects of the honey. Honey examined has to slow-release hydrogen peroxide to fight infections (additional actions of honey operate toward this end as well).
For wound treatment, unpasteurized honey is best and should be kept in a […]
Injuring yourself by a cut or a burn can be painful. One of the things we sometimes seek after an injury is to be soothed to help soften the pain. Sure spreading some anti-biotic ointment and slapping a bandage on the wound might be a practical solution, but here’s a scientifically proven trick to make […]
What is pollen?
Pollen, or flower sperm as it is sometimes called, is an herbal product collected by bees. Its flavor and color depend on its botanical source. Pollen is extremely rich in nutritious matter such as albumen, lipids, enzymes, carbohydrates, vitamins, mineral matter, ferments and other active components. That is why it is a valuable […]
What is Propolis?
Propolis is a resinous substance collected by working bees from tree buds and secreted by their glands. The color of propolis varies from dark green to coffee green – turning darker over time. It has a distinctive aroma and a somewhat bitter flavor. Propolis is composed of resin, wax, essential oils, pollen and […]