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  • Lever Weetjes

    18 januari 2022 | Blog
    Lever Weetjes

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    Interesting news from Pakistan

    Interesting news from Pakistan: https://www.reuters.com/business/healthcare-pharmaceuticals/pakistan-says-trial-chinese-traditional-medicine-covid-19-successful-2022-01-17/

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    Metal junk foods

    18 januari 2022 | Blog
    Metal junk foods

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    From Bruce Bentley: Wonderful to see this wise doctor highlighting cupping on her road to improvement, and who’s now helping others with such a difficult problem for biomedicine to come to terms with. This is the often tragic story of EDS, which is the internal and external ineptitude of the fascia matrix throughout the body to function properly. Sufferers experience a broad range of problems in diabolical ways that require a re-think from regular reductionist assessments and logic-specifics. I think regular medicine is so slow on this uptake because an integrated body system challenges [...]

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    System

    18 januari 2022 | Blog
    System

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    The brain–gut–microbiome system

    A new scoping review of nearly 200 publications covering the relationships between autism spectrum disorder and the brain–gut–microbiome system was published online today in Nutrients. The review synthesizes the growing body of research suggesting that gut microbiota—the trillions of microorganisms living within the human digestive system—may serve critical roles in modulating brain functions, social behaviors and autistic symptoms. https://neurosciencenews.com/asd-microbiome-19823/

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    Why medicine is broken, Sebastian Rushworth talks to  Seamus O'Mahony

    In this podcast (3), dr. Sebastian Rushworth (1) talks to dr. Seamus O'Mahony (2) about his three books and what motivated him to write them. Seamus O’Mahony is an Irish physician who’s written a trilogy of books that explore the varied ways in which modern medicine is broken. The first book, “The way we die now” (4), discusses how the movement of death in to hospitals in the modern era and a culture of denial around mortality has resulted in horrendous overtreatment of dying patients up until the very moment of death, which robs them and their families of the chance to say goodbye[...]

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    Chinese Medicine uses carrots to inhibit viral infection

    Thanks for this, Igor Simonov! due to increasing of interferon levels in blood which inhibits viral mRNA after consumption of decoction of carrots . Two carrots (200g) chopped in pieces and boiled for 15 min in 1/2 litre of water. Take warm as prevention and treatment of viral infections. Virus uses viral mRNA which translates into the viral protein. This translation of viral information through viral mRNA is stopped by our own interferon. Interferon inhibits translation and viral protein is not created. Similar reaction happens during use of antibiotics. Carotinoids and especially [...]

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    Reseach into cupping

    3 december 2021 | Blog
    Reseach into cupping

    Cupping is one of the auxiliary techniques that we use. Scientific research is not only done into acupuncture, but also into techniques like cupping. This is an MRI image of a suction cup applied to the skin, showing how muscle and fascia is pulled up and stretched by the cup. Here is a nice presentation by Ashley Doozan on the use of cupping as a myofascial release tool, that uses this image: https://paperzz.com/doc/7188128/the-use-of-cupping-as-a-myofascial-release-tool-to-increase

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