We live in the Age of Aluminum, according to Dr. Chris Exley, Professor in Bioinorganic Chemistry at Keele University, Staffordshire. Aluminum is everywhere, every day. It is used in building materials, cars, pots and pans, frozen food containers, cans, utensils and more. It is in drinking water, in our food, medicines and in the air. Although most aluminum leaves the body, what is not excreted can have long term consequences. What can we do? Read More
Sarcodes were developed in the 1830s using the proving method, in which a group of healthy subjects take a homeopathic remedy and observe and document its effects. These remedies were created using healthy tissue from the organs and glands of humans and animals, and the 30x dilution is one of the standard potencies that have been used worldwide for decades. Read More
One of the most challenging concepts in integrative healthcare is the principle of potentization that is central to homeopathic dilution. This principle, first suggested by Hahnemann, was an effort to explain why different dilutions of a remedy elicit such different responses in people who use them. Read More
Pain is one of the most common reasons for people to visit medical and integrative providers. Despite the enormous burden of suffering that is created by chronic pain, it is still poorly understood by western medical science. While research has identified complex changes in the brain, spine and nerves in people with pain, doctors agree that effective treatment remains elusive.
We all know that snow and ice are crystals, but did you know that water is a crystal too? Crystals have been used for healing for centuries in every corner of the world. While they are enjoying a new wave of popularity, few people understand how crystals actually interact with the body. The answer to this question is intimately linked to how our vials work, and the scientific basis for vibrational medicine.