Is the dismissal of the Jeff Sessions lawsuit, challenging the constitutionality of cannabis’ classification, a literal death sentence?
Corporate influence, conflict of interest, ego, and greed have corrupted the science of science if you will. The results are bad scientific practices, a dearth of independent research, misinformation, and studies designed to produce favourable results. And not for the health of the individual.
Cheerios! Part of an incomplete breakfast. Packed with contemporary fiction and brain fog inducing grains, all rolled into one.
There’s continuing confusion over the legality of cannabidiol oil and fear over potential crackdowns on the product. Recently, however, it seems to me that there are more fallacies circulating in the mainstream.
Its now been more than 50 years since environmental activist, biologist, and author Rachel Carson wrote Silent Spring, alerting readers to the onslaught of chemicals destroyi
A series of holistic health practitioners that promote alternative modals of healing for cancer and other diseases have been reported missing or dead, and the facts are piling up on the culprits of this mystery.
In the U.S. and many other developed countries salt has been vilified as a primary cause of high blood pressure and heart disease.
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The health benefits of raw honey are well documented. New findings now link honey with improved gut health. Discover how bees are making our good bacteria thrive like never before!
A new UCLA study finds a disturbing connection between our food supply and the degenerative disease that afflicts millions.
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It should be no surprise that common household disinfectants such as bleach do more harm than good. Learn how to avoid harmful chemical use in your home.
Hard facts on the pros and cons of nightshades and why they should be avoided by people with autoimmune disorders.
Mutant lice are infesting kids all over the US. Check out these natural remedies that work better than the dangerous insecticides that got us into this hairy mess in the first place.