Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Originally found in Europe and Asia, the plant is 1.5 to 3 m in height and has large, prickly leaves. North and South America has this herb growing in the wild unless it is for therapeutic use. The leaves and stems have a milky looking sap, once it has been cut.

Though beautiful, the reddish-purple flowers are ridged with sharp spines. The part used for the drug are found hidden under the thistle portion. A grey or black toned ball of fruit is protected by the bristles which fall off as they aren’t collected nor used in the process.

There continues to be studies concerning milk thistle benefits and side effects. Milk thistle can be used to detoxify synthetic chemicals that find their way into our bodies. Such as acetaminophen and alcohol to heavy metals and radiation.

Milk thistle has good benefits with some known side effects are: nausea, diarrhea, indigestion, gas, bloating or loss of appetite.

Is There Another Way?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as many as 11 percent of American children have been diagnosed with ADHD.

A child without ADHD finds concentrating on a task helps speed up the brain’s activity. Allowing the child to complete the task more efficiently. However, The child with ADHA is easily distracted and concentration on the task is affected negatively, thus less efficient. Neurofeedback therapy adhd can offer to help the ADHD child to be more attentive.

  • By teaching how to train the brain to be more attentive
  • Neurofeedback has shown improved control and behavior in children
  • Teaching a child now, set them up for success as an adult

Is This Gas For You?

The Ozone therapy is the use of ozone gas for certain medical conditions. Ozone is a naturally occurring chemical that consists of three oxygen atoms. Some ozone therapy side effects are; weakness, dizziness and sleepiness. It could elevate your blood pressure, give you a headache, numbness in your fingers, changes in the lens of the eye and seizures. There could be an allergic skin reactions such as a mild rash at the application sight, but very seldom.

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