• Home
  • About
    • Categories

  • Contact

Select Page

Month: March 2013

West Nile, Malaria, Dengue and Neem

Herbalism hasn’t always fascinated me like it does now. When I was younger, I wanted to be a medical doctor of the Western variety. It wasn’t until I taught Human Anatomy lab at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln that I realized wasn’t cut out for the politics of modern medicine in the United States. Some of the stupidest students got into medical school, while the most knowledgeable, driven, and talented ones kept trying and trying to get in, with no success. While in college, I had a minor crisis about uninspired students getting into med school. And thank God. Western medicine didn’t suit me. I changed directions in life. I believe that health is so much more holistic than what medical school teaches students today. Since that time, I’ve explored everything from acupuncture and massage therapy to herbs and hypnotherapy. There is no cure-all out there, but it’s unfortunate that more people don’t realize how valuable alternative medicine is when it is applied with thought and careful consideration. When our family travels to tropical countries, we take along a medicine bag full of various antibiotics and Western remedies for things like malaria, diarrhea, and other ailments, but I also bring along herbs. Often, herbs are less harsh and more effective than Western remedies at either preventing or curing different health issues in the U.S. and abroad. It can be...

Read More

How to Deal with ED

When I was working through my graduate psychology courses, I had to choose a set of psychopathologies that I would summarize for my class and then give a seminar about them. All the members of the class had to choose, but I was gone on the day when everyone picked something. I was in the hospital having a miscarriage. When I returned, the topic that was left for me was Sexual Dysfunctions. I was okay with this actually, despite the fact that my classmates were already uncomfortable with me because I had had a miscarriage (psychologists are notoriously fearful of things related to sex and death—that’s why they study it—I didn’t finish the program, by the way). Sexuality is infinitely important and having a healthy sex life, I believe, is part of being healthy overall. But nevermind my personal beliefs about sex and sexuality. Everyone has a right to their own beliefs and ways of doing things. What does perturb me, however, is that a number of pharmaceuticals today contribute to the so-called Sexual Dysfunctions that have been dubbed “psychological” in origin. Both men and women suffer needlessly, feeling like failures in bed or even in their relationship as a whole because of a simple reaction to very common drugs. One such drug that causes sexual problems like erectile dysfunction (also known affectionately as “ED”) is Sudafed or pseudoephedrine....

Read More

Free e-Book!

Cancer Cure Catalog Diets - Volume 1

We're giving away the first volume of the Cancer Cure Catalog.

CLICK HERE to receive your free e-Book by email!

Purchase other volumes:

We have 3 other volumes in this series, click here to see the other books!


Support Us!