chlorella benefits

Health Benefits of Chlorella

Personal experience and research has proven Chlorella to be one of the most important life sustaining and healing agents available to us. It contains a higher content of chlorophyll than any other food source. Chlorophyll is the naturally occurring molecule in plants responsible for giving them their green color and for making photosynthesis, and therefore … Continue reading Health Benefits of Chlorella

Benefits of Spirulina: Drinking A Green Smoothie With Spirulina Can Boost Your Well-being

The Multiple Reasons Why You Should Indulge in a Green Spirulina Smoothie: Spirulina have been living on this planet since the appearance of human life on earth. Spirulina are freshwater-growing, alkaline-environment, green, microscopic algae. The green color stems from the chlorophyll present in Spirulina and the blue color is derived from the exotic pigment phycocyanin. … Continue reading Benefits of Spirulina: Drinking A Green Smoothie With Spirulina Can Boost Your Well-being

Cordyceps Mushrooms for Energy

How To Boost Energy Naturally: Benefits of Cordyceps Mushrooms

If I had my way about it, the word “Cordyceps” would be next to the word “strength” in the dictionary, due to the numerous strengthening effects the mushroom has on the body. If I had my way about it, the word “Cordyceps” would be next to the word “strength” in the dictionary, due to the … Continue reading How To Boost Energy Naturally: Benefits of Cordyceps Mushrooms

New Book on Lyme and Cannabis: ‘Cannabis for Lyme Disease and Related Conditions: Scientific Basis and Anecdotal Evidence for Use’

Click the above image to read excerpts, view a detailed outline of content covered, read the Foreward and Preface, and/or purchase it in eBook or print. My new book Cannabis for Lyme Disease and Related Conditions: Scientific Basis and Anecdotal Evidence for Medicinal Use is now available. You can learn more about it and read excerpts, … Continue reading New Book on Lyme and Cannabis: ‘Cannabis for Lyme Disease and Related Conditions: Scientific Basis and Anecdotal Evidence for Use’