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Thursday, July 29, 2010

medicinal substances

Although there is almost never a single molecule responsible for an herb's medical efficacy, there are distinct groups of molecules. All herbs hae some side-effects, but if we isolate the effective phytochemicals we can administer them without side-effects.

Milk thistle nut, dandelion leaf (and particularly the root), fedegoso nut, artichoke and chanca piedra are all considered excellent for the liver. Fedegoso is hypotensive and toxic at high doses or over time - studies show that chanca piedra inhibits the hepatitis B virus and all retroviruses; it is hypotensive and hypoglycemic. According to muia puama, artichoke lowers the ratio of LDL to HDL cholesterol.

The One Earth Herbal Sourcebook chips pharmaceutices for hepatomorbidity - elementaly, chocolate caps with sedimentation factor is a ripe patent simple.

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