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Originally posted by Aggie Man
I find it interesting that the FDA tries to get natural remedies banned. Anyone else besides me think that there should be a Food Administration and a separate Drug Administration. Seems to me that they have too much control by housing both under the same leadership. How can there be healthy debate when the FDA is the final word.
FDA...how did they even get those two lumped together? Food and drugs are two different beasts.
Just my 2-cents
Originally posted by Isawsomething
No quantity of daily Curry, Ginger, Turmeric, Garlic, Onion, or any herbs will rid us of the incredible amount of pollutants we consume every day. From chemicals in the washing dish liquid to alluminum deodorants to aspartame to refined sugars to tobacco to alcohol to drugs to chemicals to preservatives, artificial colors, genetically modified foods, freon, flourinated waters, lack of exercise, stress genetics and a million more things.
Most people talk about ¨cancer cures¨ but nature already made the body cancer free (except certain genetic malfunctions). Sure, all these wonderful condiments and herbs can help us detox or maintain good health but it is irresposible to pray for a magic pill that can cure your illness without making the sacrifices that come with having a healthy lifestyle.
Stop poisoning your body and you will be cancer free.
I love curry too.
Originally posted by cazzy2211
Moocowman, bicarb (baking soda) should do the trick getting it off yer shirt
I had a boil, won't go into the details of where, and searched for a natural remedy. Turmeric came out tops for that too, got the details on earthclinic.com, seemingly its good for a range of ailments.
Curry spice found to fight cancer July 12th, 2005 Turmeric, a spice that is a key ingredient in Indian curry dishes, contains a potent cancer-fighting agent, the New York Daily News reported Tuesday. A study published in the upcoming issue of Cancer magazine related that curcumin, a chemical pigment in turmeric, helped stop the spread of breast cancer tumor cells to the lungs of mice. Now doctors have launched clinical tests to see if it works on humans, said Bharat Aggarwal of the Department of Experimental Therapeutics at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, who led the study. Earlier studies suggest that people who eat diets rich in turmeric have lower rates of breast cancer, prostate cancer, lung cancer and colon cancer, Aggarwal said. He noted that many cancers are 10 times rarer on the Indian subcontinent than in the West. The breakthrough came as no surprise to the owner of an Indian restaurant in downtown Manhattan. Abu Syed told the Daily News: "We already knew that Indian food tastes good. But it is good to hear it can help with cancer, too. It is one more reason to eat plenty of it." Copyright 2005 by United Press International
Originally posted by Colopatiron
The internet will unlock many great things after we are able to escape the novelty of entertainment, pornography and online games. Eventually a great awakening will occur.