If you’re looking to try an herbal supplement it looks like you’d be best off growing your own. Via Newser: Tests to determine what’s really in popular herbal supplements found a key…
Count this one as a sweeping victory for Big Pharma: regulations set to go into effect across Europe this year will ban hundreds of herbal medicines in one fell swoop. I appreciate…
You knew it was coming — $5 Billion of sales that Big Pharma would like for itself is surely enough to get the U.S. Federal government and its friends in the mainstream…
Kate Devlin writes in the Telegraph:
Elderly people who took Ginkgo biloba every day for six years had as many difficulties with recall as those who took a fake supplement, the largest study of its kind has shown. At least 100,000 people in Britain are thought to regularly take the supplement, which has been widely credited with improving memory and concentration.
Made from the leaves of the Ginkgo tree, the Chinese herbal remedy has been used as a traditional medicine for centuries. It is thought to contain chemicals which help the flow of blood around the body, which advocates believe will help protect the brain against decline.
But the researchers who carried out the latest study warned that the supplement appeared to have no effect on warding off age-related memory problems.
Codex Alimentarius – The Plan To Outlaw Free Trade of all Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs and Supplements.
Codex Alimentarius – The Plan To Ban free trade of all Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs and Supplements – is clearly another corporate (mainly “Big Pharma”) and governmental agenda with the goal to make the GPE [Global Power Elite] even more rich… this time on the expense of peoples health and well being. Ever seen this pattern before?