Treating the Common Cold or Flu Through Understanding Our Biological Association With Nature, SANUM Therapy and Ayurvedic Concepts (Part II)

Continued from Part I Metabolic functions of microbes Production of enzymes, substrates, and metabolic products Important functions in the macroorganism’s metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Biosynthesis of vitamins and conversion of steroid compounds. Regulation of energy by means of the oxidation and glycolysis of foods. Detoxification of ammonia, phenol, cresol, nitrosamines, N-hydroxyacetylaminofluorines and N2-fixation. […]

Treating the Common Cold or Flu Through Understanding Our Biological Association With Nature, SANUM Therapy and Ayurvedic Concepts (Part I)

Well, as the saying goes, its getting to be cold and flu season, again. And, with the recent reduction in flu vaccines due to contamination, Americans will be eager to look for alternatives to the treatment of this annual influence. SANUM Therapy offers a number of supportive remedies for these so-called viral conditions, such as […]

The Nose Knows: Sinusitis, Digestion and Appropriate SANUM Therapy

Anatomy of the Sinus Cavities The bones of the face house a unique set of cavities called the paranasal sinuses. These sinuses are found in the interior of the four facial bones: the maxilla, frontal, sphenoid and ethmoid. They form air chambers which serve to lighten the skull, moisten the air we breathe, add distinctive […]

Elderberry: Nature’s Blessing

It’s been a wonderful Indian Summer here in Southern Oregon. We’ve been having mostly blue skies with often a gentle breeze, a cool nip at night, and once again, a familiar low cast coming from our sun, reminding us it is time to start slowing down, and to finish collecting the fruits of our labors, […]

Cottonwood as a Remedy for Coughs, Colds, and Pain Relief

As I write this, it is warm and unseasonably dry, on the eve of the Spring Equinox in Ashland. The forsythia, plums, and daffodils are all flowering in their glory. There’s much goose activity overhead, and the cottonwood buds are at their peak – not quite open, oozing with their yellow-orange resin that some call […]

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