Neurological

  • turmeric

    Scientists have created a new molecule from curcumin, the key chemical component of the spice turmeric. The new compound CNB-001 does not attack clots, but instead repairs stroke damage at the molecular level that feed and support the all-important brain cells, neurons. For a herbal tinctures that reduces cholesterol and lowers blood pressure to reduce the risk of stroke please see Carahealth Blood Pressure & Heart Tonic

  • Clarity; The ability to think and express ourselves clearly. Fresh mountain air and spring water have clarity. Clarity is also represented by the old saying, to be clear as a bell. Unfortunately, in the 21st century, it is hard for bells to be heard and difficult to find clear air and water, even in Far North Queensland. We too struggle with clarity for many reasons. From a naturopathic perspective, there are often physical factors that negatively impact our sense of clarity.Herbal medicine, nutritional supplementation, dietary and lifestyle approaches can treat this condition naturally, without the use of pharmacological drugs.

  • Fluorosilicic acid is the most corrosive chemical agent known to man. It is derived from toxic gases produced in the manufacture of phosphoric acid & phosphate fertilisers. Ireland is one of the only countries in Europe to fluoridate it’s water supply. 98% of Europe either stopped, rejected or banned it. 

  • Cope with the exhaustion resulting from chronic neurological pain, regular use of the herbs rejuvenate the nervous system & are indicated for Parkinson’s disease, Bell’s palsy, Guillain-Barré syndrome, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome & Fibromyalgia etc.

  • obesity and dementia

    As reported on the BBC News on 3rd May 2011, there is a link between being overweight and dementia. The study says 1.6 billion adults are overweight worldwide. While previous studies have indicated a link between obesity and dementia, a new study of 8,534 of Swedish twins, in the journal Neurology, suggests just being overweight is also a risk factor.