When poison becomes medicine

europeanhoneybeeThey say the difference between poison and medicine is in the dose. Not least, is the popular belief that touts the stings of bees attenuate certain health problems such as joint pain. "There are reports of individuals with arthritis who feel an improvement after being attacked by the insect," says immunologist Fábio Morato Castro, professor at the University of São Paulo (USP).

This side effect is reported by some victims according to a group of researchers at the Medical School of USP to investigate the authenticity of the story. "We created a laboratory model to determine if there was any truth to it," says Castro. Did science have to do some arm twisting?!

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Cancer is man-made?

GreenTeacancerA study of Egyptian mummies has proved that cancer was extremely rare in classical times, leading experts to conclude that it is a relatively modern disease, caused by lifestyle and eating habits, being endemic in industrialised societies. To what extent is this the case?

In his article entitled "Egyptian mummies prove cancer is man-made", US-based writer and investigator Terrence Aym* claims that while "cancer kills millions of people annually...the strange fact is that there is almost no trace of the insidious killer among the remains of ancient peoples".

Aym quotes Professor Michael Zimmerman, the US biologist, who recently declared in an interview with a British newspaper, "In an ancient society lacking surgical intervention, evidence of cancer should remain in all cases". However, in a study of the Egyptian mummies, it simply does not exist...

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Vitamin D Daily And Levels of Blood 'Miracle' Anti-Cancer Nutrient

Vitamin-D_SunThe reign of censorship and suppression against vitamin D is now coming to an end. Even though the Institute of Medicine (IOM) and many institutions leading the cancer industry (including the ACS) have intentionally tried to downplay the ability of vitamin D to prevent cancer, a new study appearing in the journal Anticancer Research lays out the simple, powerful truth about vitamin D that we've been teaching at NaturalNews for years: A typical adults needs 4,000-8,000 IUs of vitamin D each day to prevent cancer, MS and type-1 diabetes, not the ridiculously low 400-800 IUs recommended by the U.S. government.

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Cancer-blocking herb to be taken off shelves in Europe

radix_tripterygii_hookA herb used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) can block cancer growth, researchers have discovered this week – and it’s about to disappear from stores throughout Europe.

The herb, thunder god vine (lei gong teng), has been used for centuries by TCM as a remedy for rheumatoid arthritis.  But researchers from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine say it can also stop tumour growth. 

Its active ingredient, triptolide, is an anti-inflammatory, an immunosuppressant, contraceptive – and anti-tumour agent, says Jun Liu, professor of pharmacology and molecular sciences.

Yet, on May 1, it will disappear from the shelves around Europe under an EU directive that will dramatically reduce the range of herbal remedies we can buy.

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Siberian ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus): An Answer to Stress

ginseng_siberianThis shrub, a Russian relative of China's popular herb ginseng, also grows in northeast China, on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido, and in Korea. In Russia, it occurs in forest undergrowth and margins.

In China, this herb is called ci wu jia, and this name has appeared on some packaging in the United States as well. It is also referred to as eleuthero, eleuthero-ginseng, or eleuthera.

Other nonscientific names include devil's shrub, shigoka, and touch-me-not, presumably because of its thorns.

Other Chinese herbs have names that can appear similar in transliteration and may be confounded with eleuthero: wu jia pi, the bark of E. gracilistylus; or wu jia, the bark of a totally unrelated plant, Periploca sepium.

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