Matter is Energy whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses. – Albert Einstein The roots of Bio-Resonance go back as early as 1879 when a Russian scientist, N.E. Vedensky studied the impact of certain frequencies on cells, nerves and organs. Then in 1920, the scientist, Royal R Rife, a master of many scientific disciplines, began experiments using electronic frequencies on viruses and bacteria. Previous to that time, microbes
“The wise man is one who, knows, what he does not know.” ― Lao Tzu
Cholesterol gets a bad rep in many people’s eyes. Part of the problem comes from confusion regarding cholesterol’s role in the body in the general public, and even among the medical community and nutritionists. Cholesterol is an important component in our body. Cholesterol is required as a building block for the brain, bile acids, vitamin D, our sex hormones and steroid hormones. It is also a vital component in our cell membranes maintaining their integrity.
This article was written by Dr Ed Close, PhD in Environmental Science and Engineering. He’s the author of Nature’s Mold Rx. He shares in his book findings in performing experiments on cleaning toxic mold. As a scientist, I ask a lot of questions and have a natural curiosity about why things work the way they do. When I first heard that essential oils were nature’s original medicine, I was skeptical. Even though my family had experienced definite benefits from
<Read this article in Chinese 閱讀這篇文章的中文版本，click here 請點擊這裡 >>> Did you know that Listerine (mouth wash) was originally created as a surgical antiseptic? The active ingredients in the original formula were essential oils of eucalyptus, peppermint, thyme and wintergreen. It was named after Dr Joseph Lister, Scottish surgeon, who discovered around 1896 that by vapouring in the operating room and disinfecting wound with substances derived from natural essential oils, he was able to dramatically cut down post-operative deaths
Increasingly, health conscious people are choosing “brown rice” over “white rice”. Compared to years ago, brown rice is more available in restaurants these days. But is it really as healthy as it’s touted to be? Some reasons about why brown rice may not be healthy that is going around: – rice is a modern food that is not well tolerated by the human body – all grains are “carbs” and high glycemic index and are
by Anita Cheung, proactive self care advocate and holistic health practitioner, founder of i-Detox (This is a slightly adapted version of the feature article first published in the i-Detox monthly newsletter, 22nd Oct 2013) Is “lavender oil” lavender oil? A few days ago I ran into an old friend of mine who gave birth to a baby boy 16 months ago. She said he was not sleeping well at night so she decided to diffuse some “lavender oil” in his room (pictured below).
First published 2014, updated April 2020 by Anita Cheung, self care advocate and holistic health practitioner, qualified in modalities including aromatherapy, and bioresonance, founder of iLiving (formerly i-Detox) (Therapeutic) essential Oil is like (Chinese) Herbal medicine but more concentrated? On my journey of exploration, I had my “a-ha” moment learning from a scientist and medical researcher, who had never been trained in “Aromatherapy” and not influenced by any dogma about how essential oils “should be” taken… In
The Liver in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a very important organ. To fully understand it, let’s go over its main functions. The Liver in TCM has very different functions than the liver in western medicine. In western medicine, some of the functions are to produce certain proteins for blood plasma, regulate blood clotting and resist infections by producing immune factors and removing bacteria from the blood stream. In Chinese medicine, the liver has 6
Edit First off, I am NOT going to ask you to give up eating sweet tasting food. We are all born to enjoy sweet taste. Sweet taste gives us comfort and pleasure. Our brain needs glucose more than anything else to function. The first taste for a baby is the sweet taste of a mother’s milk. How can “sweet” taste be bad for you? Defining “Sugar” Sugar, a simple carbohydrate, describes substances with varying
by Anita Cheung (updated Dec 2012) When was the last time you had a flu or a cold? Or are you suffering from one now? From the point of view of natural healing, all “diseases” are part of the body’s way of adjusting an imbalance. Something small as flu or cold to something much more drastic like cancer are all part of this “survival” and healing process, except that cancer can be seen as the