Former Judge Convicting Marijuana Users Now an Advocate after Reversing His Own Illness with Cannabis

'During his tenure as a Florida judge, Doug Bench had sent 311 marijuana users to jail. He was sure he was doing the right thing then, though now he acknowledges his remorse knowing that some of them were probably using marijuana for medical purposes.

Judge Bench was diagnosed with late stage COPD and told by a pulmonologist that his condition would worsen even with treatments and his life expectancy would be 20 to 30 months. His wife went online and began researching while Doug was barely tolerating the medications he had been prescribed.'


Negative Thoughts Harm Your Health By Damaging DNA

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'Lose your temper on the road? Frustrated with colleagues at work? You may be cutting your life short, warns molecular biologist Elizabeth Blackburn--who won the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2009--and health psychologist Elissa Epel, who studies stress and aging.'


Are You Sleep Deprived? A Simple Test

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'Are you tired? If your answer is yes, it would seem relatively straightforward to assume you're not getting enough sleep. Yet, signs of sleep deprivation may not always be this obvious (and there are other factors besides sleep loss that can make you feel fatigued). 

The late Nathaniel Kleitman, Ph.D., professor emeritus in physiology at the University of Chicago, came up with one of the simplest tests to determine if you're sleep deprived — and as a pioneer in sleep research, he was well qualified to know.'


The Big Taboo

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'Skeptics admit to "scaring" science journals out of publishing any research that offends their vaccine orthodoxy. Now an important health study of vaccinated vs. unvaccinated children has 'disappeared.'

Two weeks ago, the open-access Journal of Translational Science published two unprecedented peer-reviewed studies that are long overdue and what followed is absurd, but not entirely unpredictable.'


Daily Dose Of This Plant Could Reverse Age-Related Decline In The Brain

'The findings of a Yahoo News/Marist poll show that people over the age of 69 generally don’t have positive views of marijuana

While the majority of younger Americans increasingly view marijuana as a legitimate medication and relatively acceptable recreational substance, the older crowd has been slower to adopt these views. 

In a twist of irony, a recent study shows that a daily dose of cannabis could reverse age-related brain decline in older people.'


Why Glutathione is Considered the Master Antioxidant and How to Benefit From It

Hand with pen drawing the chemical formula of Glutathione

'Many are aware of antioxidants that are rich in certain foods and supplements. But few know of glutathione’s importance with the whole scheme of antioxidants. They’re important and unique because they are able to recycle spent antioxidants and put them back into action.

All antioxidants bond or capture free radicals and toxins that can and do harm cells and impede their metabolic functions. Insufficient antioxidant activity leads to tissue inflammation, autoimmune diseases, and lowers natural immunity to contagious diseases.'


New science proves YOGA really works for treating depression, but only if you stick with it

'Those who practice yoga know how efficient it is when it comes to strengthening the body, easing inner aches and pains, and calming the mind. New research has found that when done long-term, the ancient practice may even be useful when it comes to treating depression, reported.' 


Mushroom Powders Linked To Heart Health Benefits

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'Consuming portobello or shiitake powder may protect your arteries from the detrimental effects of a high fat diet, according to findings presented at Experimental Biology 2017.

Mushrooms are known for their immune system boosting properties as well as treatments for anxiety and anti-cancer capabilities.'


This is everything that happens to your body when you take an autoimmune drug

'This amazing post was written by Dr. Terry Wahls, a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa. She is the author of The Wahls Protocol: How I Beat Progressive MS Using Paleo Principles and Functional Medicine and the cookbook The Wahls Protocol Cooking for Life: The Revolutionary Modern Paleo Plan to Treat All Chronic Autoimmune Conditions. You can learn more about her work from her website,

The standard treatment for multiple sclerosis is disease-modifying drug therapy. But does it delay the transition to walker or wheelchair dependence? Does it help patients become well?'


The More Muscle, The Less Diabetes

"When you exercise with weights or other forms of resistance, it can be especially helpful for controlling blood sugar levels. “A lot of the resistance training actually improves insulin sensitivity,” says Dawn Sherr, RD, a certified diabetes educator with the American Association of Diabetes Educators. “Your blood sugar may not be as elevated if you develop more muscles.” '


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Two Simple Kitchen Cancer Treatments Used Successfully to Beat Cancer

'There are some folks who know the truth of chemo drugs’ toxicity and will do whatever it takes to avoid a therapy that many do not survive, whether they have medical insurance or not. Two such persons were Vernon Johnston and Ann Cameron.

Both were diagnosed with cancer, and both took paths few would dare under the circumstances. The pressure is great to succumb to conventional medical treatments.

There are dietary treatments under supervision, however, that have much higher success rates with no serious side effects.

Though not nearly as expensive as orthodox Western oncology, they are not covered financially with private or government medical insurance and usually demand travel or relocation. So some are forced into resorting to staying at home and using do-it-yourself (DIY) protocols.'


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