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Sunday, February 19, 2006 

Inflammation Podcast

Inflammation Podcast
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Fresh Strawberries with Aged Balsamic Vinegar
If you are looking for a healthy, superfast Valentine's Day dessert or just want a simple dessert recipe you can make during the weekday, try this strawberry recipe. It is rich in antioxidants...Get the recipe...

Statins Podcast
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Quiz: Are You Intuitive?
Last week, many of you wrote to me saying how much you enjoyed the quiz and excerpt by Judith Orloff, MD, medical intuitive, psychiatrist, and assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at UCLA. So here is another quiz Dr. Orloff...

Maca Root: Modern Rediscovery Of An Ancient Andean Fertility Food

Drawing from rich traditional use, the current scientific literature, and his own ethnobotanical excursions to the Peruvian Andes, Ed Smith covers the history, botany, cultivation and harvest, traditional folk medicine uses, methods of preparation, chemistry and constituents, and pharmacological and medical research of this important (and increasingly popular) medicinal plant.

This pdf article on Maca (Lepidium meyennii) was originally published in the January 2004 issue of the Journal of the American Herbalists Guild.

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SLEEPER HERBS: Great Herbs That Are Not Well Known (Part 1)

Internationally known medical herbalist, Ed Smith, elaborates on various less-popular, slower-selling herbs that deserve more recognition and use as healing herbs.

Herbs discussed: Spilanthes, Culver's Root, Black Haw, Blue Flag, Wild Indigo, Cactus Grandiflorus, Fringe Tree, Jamaican Dogwood, Khella, Scotch Broom, Wood Betony, Yucca, and more.

Recorded March 18th, 2005 at Expo West. Total time: 30min 30sec [lc12(a)]

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Natural Treatments for Allergies
Runny nose, sneezing, itching...If you are one of the 20 percent of North Americans who has allergies to dust, pollens, or other airborne particles, it may seem like you're forever battling a cold. Learn more about the key symptoms...

Coloring Mandalas as a Meditation Technique
Although you may not have heard of the word mandala before, you already know what it is. Mandala means circle in Sanskrit. People create and look at mandala designs essentially to center the body and mind. Learn about the...

The Macrobiotic Diet
The word "macrobiotic" comes from Greek roots and means "long life". The macrobiotic diet and philosophy were developed by a Japanese educator named George Ohsawa, who believed that simplicity was the key to optimal health. Learn about the macrobiotic diet....


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