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  • 10 cannabis guidelines released in American Journal of Public Health
    - There are 10 cannabis guidelines that were released in the American Journal of Public Health. Public health and medical experts are supporting ten brand new recommendations that will help to reduce the health risks of using cannabis. Cannabis us ...
  • 90% of Americans Carry Chemical Stew in their Bodies!
    - The Wellness Revolution 90% of Americans Carry Chemical Stew in their Bodies The third national report on human exposure to Environmental Chemicals, issued this summer, shows that most people in the U.S., and especially children, carry a danger ...
  • AMERICAN GINSENG
    - AMERICAN GINSENG American Ginseng - American Ginseng (Panax quinquefolium) is grown primarily in Wisconsin and is considered a “cooler” alternative to Korean Ginseng. Asian cultures classify a particular ginseng as either “hot” or “cold” depend ...
  • American Heart Association recommends more soy
    - American Heart Association recommends more soy The American Heart Association, which has for years preached the gospel of healthy diet and exercise, says the scientific studies have shown that eating soy can lower cholesterol and the risk o ...
  • Americans are changing their supplements of choice - CBS News
    - This report indicates high use of dietary supplements in the U.S. adult population during the past 20 years, with adults using one or more dietary supplements. This is an increase from the 1970s when NHANES began monitoring use of dietary suppleme ...
  • Did You Know Americans Could Pay Taxes in Hemp for Over 150 Years?
    - The taxes we pay every year are rising. The more we progress in the evolutionary era the more we build and spend as a nation together, we spend our lives paying taxes on almost everything we do now, the job world has pretty much consumed the soc ...
  • Ginseng
    - GINSENG Asian or Korean (Panax ginseng) American (Panax quinquefolium) Siberian (Eleutherococcus senticosus) Ginseng and ginseng products are increasing in popularity. They have been highly valued for thousands of years in many different cu ...
  • Intestinal bleeding caused by pain medication is killing thousands of Americans
    - There is a new cause of intestinal bleeding and many people are in danger but unaware of such a fact! What is it that has killed thousands of Americans and is putting so many more at risk? To find out, read this article and make sure that you or ...
  • Most Americans Have Inadequate Intakes of Vitamins and Minerals: Can Supplements Help?
    - It is estimated that 90% of humans are deficient in one or more essential vitamins and minerals. While some may be due to inadequate absorption, most is believed to be due to poor nutrient intake. Vitamin B12 and vitamin D have been identified as ...
  • Only 10% Of American Get Enough Of This Vitamin!
    - Did you know that only 10% of Americans get sufficient amounts of choline?  Choline is an essential nutrient that must be supplied by the foods we eat.  Choline plays many roles in the body: Energy, mental focus Prenatal nutri ...
  • Over Weight America, what to do?
    - Americans, on the whole, are fatter than just about any other group of people in the world. They also have some of the highest rates of Type-II Diabetes and heart problems in the world. Why are we so fat? Weight gain is usually a combination of tw ...
  • This American Doctor Reveals Us The Most Powerful Natural Antibiotic That Kills Any Infection!!
    - An American doctor gives a remedy for diseases that affect many people on a regular basis such as the flu, colds, and or respiratory problems. The remedy consists of raw garlic and organic honey in order for the remedy to work better. Garlic in ...
  • What Is The Difference Between American Ginseng And Korean Ginseng?
    - Ginseng is a perennial plant which belongs to the genus of Panax, specifically in the family of Araliaceae. It is native in many places such as in North America and East Asia. It can also be abundantly found in other areas of the world which have a c ...
  • Why Americans remain vulnerable to infectious diseases
    - There is uncertainty in the impact of vector-borne diseases in the US. The effect of changing climate may alter which geographic areas are at risk from vector-transmitted infections. Drug resistance is a growing problem and requires urgent action ...