Acupuncture in immune homeostasis

Acupuncture in immune homeostasis

In the early ‘90s acupuncture was believed to be an efficient analgesic technique. Many pain conditions that have been treated by acupuncture, such as tendonitis, sinusitis, asthma, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, involve inflammation.  Lately, evidence has accumulated regarding the fact that acupuncture has anti-inflammatory effects, in addition to analgesia. Although opioids are known to have anti-inflammatory properties within the...

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Best Anti Aging

Best Anti Aging

Fasting hyperglycemia and postprandial: an aid to a more targeted prognosis. A state of persistent hyperglycaemia continued over time acts in concert with other cardiovascular risk factors within or in the context of the metabolic syndrome * , to cause vascular damage . Patients with hyperglycemia often have: insulin resistance and hyperinsulinemia; increased blood pressure; increased triglycerides, increased LDL and low HDL cholesterol levels;...

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Organotherapy diluted and dynamised to prevent the phenomena of aging

Organotherapy diluted and dynamised to prevent the phenomena of aging

Physiological aging must be distinguished from pathological aging that is represented by a series of signs and symptoms with rapid and premature onset. However, physiological aging does not always go hand in hand with age, so we must also distinguish the biological age that often does not correspond to the actual age. The life of man is regulated by the equilibrium between the Nervous, Immune and Endocrine Systems. Thus we need to consider the...

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The Mistletoe – Biology, Mythology, and Pharmaceutics of Viscum album

The Mistletoe – Biology, Mythology, and Pharmaceutics of Viscum album

Mistletoe (Viscum album L.) is a parasitic plant living on trees and shrubs (Fig. 1). Already the Celts knew mistletoe as a plant with healing capacities, but only in 1920 Rudolf Steiner and Ita Wegman described its specific potential in cancer therapy. This potential is connected with specific features that Viscum album shows when developing in time and space. Mistletoes in general are not able to form a root. They depend on wooden host plants...

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