Psyllium can perforate a weak bowel, resulting in abscesses, peritonitis, and septicemia.
It's widely recommended as a gastrointestinal scrubber to colonic therapists and sold in pharmacies under names such as …
Alramucil, Effer-Syllium, Fiberall, Hydrocil, Konsil, Metamucil, Mylanta Natural... Read More
Press a flashlight up against your fingers in a dark room, and the light shines completely through them.
White light transforms into RED light (as well as infrared radiant energy), and all the other colors of the rainbow are excluded.
Frequencies higher than the red spectrum (620-740 nanometer... Read More
Each of the twelve two-hour Midnight-Noon Law Organ Times (Lung, Large Intestine, Stomach, Spleen-Pancreas, Heart, Small Intestine, Urinary Bladder, Kidney, Circulation-Sex, Triple Heater, Gall Bladder, and Liver meridians) is polarized beginning with (1) one hour of assimilation and concluding with... Read More
Re: Is vitamin K toxic?
Yes. No. Maybe.
Excess vitamin K1 (the kind you get from plant sources) is contraindicated if you’re taking coumarins, warfarin, ginger, turmeric, ginkgo, etc.
It can also make varicose veins worse.
Excess vitamin K1 can encourage the growth of cancer... Read More
Excess cod liver oil, lard oil, rabbit fat, and shark liver oil (squalene) can cause lipoid pneumonia.
Vegetable oils rarely cause it because they contain less fatty acids (with a few exceptions, like olive oil, coconut oil, chaulmoogra oil, etc.).
It's more common than supposed, but the good ... Read More