Fragrances are slow toxins which can disrupt the endocrine-immune-neural axis possibly causing the unprecedented rates of diabetes, cancer, neural ailments, teratogenicity, and transgender instances. R
We’ve already discussed how parts in fragrance can act as haptens and cause allergic sensitization (in this hapten post and this fragrance post), so in today’s post we will be discussing more mechanisms as to how fragrance can disrupt your immune system. Read More
In this post we will focus on the mast cell-glia (microglia, astrocyte, oligodendrocyte) interaction with our body and how they contribute to chronic inflammatory diseases such as CIRS and SALI. Read More
In this post, we will discuss therapeutic and off-label effects of Cyproheptadine (Periactin), as well as side effects and mechanisms of this drug. Read More
Right now there is a toxic red algal bloom occuring where I live. It is common to have this type of bloom during this kind of weather, especially in Florida, but the presence of this on the east coast is pretty rare.
According the Miami Herald, the start of the bloom occurred during the weekend of September 2018. R
Today were going to talk about red tides, how they happen and some of the main neurotoxins effects on human biology. Read More
Spilanthes is a genus of plants that have major potential as an aphrodisiac and anti-aging tool.
In this post, we will discuss spilanthes, the benefits of its bioactive components, and where to get it. Read More
Herpes is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases which can affect multiple organ systems including the lips and genitals.
In this post, we will discuss herpes (HSV-1 and HSV-2), how it affects the body, and the best ways to counteract/prevent infection. Read More
Ku shen (sophora flavescens) is a root with powerful effects on cancer, metabolic diseases, neurological disorders and more.
In this post, we will discuss the benefits of ku shen, its caveats, and where to buy ku shen. Read More
Ecklonia cava is a powerful brown algae that shows promising potential in many metabolic diseases.
In this post, we will discuss the benefits of Ecklonia cava, where to buy it, and its mechanism of action. Read More
Phoenixin is a peptide that regulates reproductive function, behavior, sensory perception, memory retention, cardiovascular health and food intake. Read More
In this post, we will discuss what parvalbumin is, how it plays a role in chronic illnesses, and what you can do to increase it. Read More
In this post we will discuss the downsides of uranium and proven/effective methods for protecting/removing uranium from the body. Read More
Zeolites are very promising for improving environment protection, detoxication, human nutrition status and immunity, separation of various biomolecules and cells, construction of biosensors and detection of biomarkers of various diseases, proper drug/gene delivery, antioxidant regulation, and tissue engineering.
In this post, we will discuss where zeolites come from, its benefits/downsides, and where to get zeolite. Read More
Catuaba is a powerful plant that can improve depression, anxiety, fatigue, and more.
In this post, we will discuss the different forms of Catuaba (true vs non-true catuabas), the benefits of catuaba, and dosage of catuaba. Read More
Do you have CIRS that does not go away with the traditional or manipulated versions of the protocol?
In this post, we will discuss what is SALI and how this may be a better way to look at similar chronic diseases. Read More
If you asked me what is my least favorite beer, I would tell you it's for sure bio-corona.
All jokes aside, the way nanoparticles form complexes and can blindly pass the immune system is a big industrial-age problem we must face and it seems to be worse for those who already have excessive oxidative stress. Read More
Many of my chemically sensitive clients have reactions from inhaling, eating, and skin/air contact with chemicals.
Haptens effect on the immune system supports why they can wear a gas mask in a perfumey room and still get sick.
I haven't seen anyone else online talking about haptens and I've noticed that a lot of my allergies and chemical sensitivities have improved by reducing my hapten exposure.
In study models, haptens can be used in to induce food intolerance, chemical sensitivities, skin disease, and autoimmunity.
In this post, we will discuss the how haptens may have detrimental effects on humans. Read More
Oxymatrine has shown to have anti-arrhythmic, immune regulatory, and anti-tumor properties and is used in China for treatment of viral hepatitis, cancer, cardiac diseases (such as viral myocarditis), and skin diseases (such as psoriasis and eczema). R
In this post, we will discuss the many benefits of oxymatrine, its natural sources, and its mechanisms. Read More
DDR1 and DDR2 are tyrosine kinase receptors in the extracellular matrix that mediate mediate cell aggregation. Read More
3,3′-diindolylmethane (DIM) is the major bioactive indole in crucifers vegetables, generated upon ingestion and hydrolysis of glucobrassicin. Read More