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Case Report: Lymphoma Treatment with Pacific Yew and Pokeroot

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Abstract
Pacific yew (Taxus brevifolia) and pokeroot (Phytolacca decandra) are two botanicals that have indications as anticancer agents, antiinflammatory substances, and immune stimulants. The anticancer effects of Pacific yew and pokeroot are due to many constituents in each herb, including taxanes, flavonoids, and lignans found in Pacific yew and saponins, tannin, astrag- alin, and protein PAP-R found in pokeroot. In the author’s current case study, a patient with lymphocytic lymphoma/ chronic lymphocytic leukemia followed a daily regimen of the two botanicals: (1) Pacific yew, using capsules with 600 mg of ground leaves from T brevifolia and taking five capsules read more…

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Naturopathic Endocrinology & Restorative Medicine An interview with Michaël Friedman, ND

Interview by Matt Laughlin

Unified Health (UH): Where did your interest in medicine get sparked, and what led you to naturopathic medicine and the focus of your practice today?
Michaël Friedman, ND (MF): It all came about due to a variety of different factors. My undergraduate degree focus was in philosophy and religion.
Science classes were the kind of classes I generally avoided. (Laughter) It never occurred to me at that point that this is where I was going. While studying philosophy and religion, I went to study in India, and spent time in a monastery. I got sick while read more…

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Case Report: The Use of Botanical and Mineral Supplementation to Treat Non-Insulin Dependent Diabetes

Michael Friedman, N.D.

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The patient is a fifty-four-year old Caucasian female who has suffered from nineteen different pathologies. The magnitude of her serious health problems seemed almost impossible to reverse, but she was not an or- dinary person. She had developed a remark- able inner strength and utmost determination to obtain emotional and physical health, something that she had never felt before. Her childhood was scarred with abuse: emotional, physical, and sexual. At the age of nineteen, she started to suffer from depression and was “treated” with eight electroconvulsive thera- pies. Since then, she has been hospitalized eight times read more…

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Reversing Hypometabolic Symptoms by Normalizing Low Body Temperatures with Sustained-release T3 in Patients with Euthyroid TSH Levels

E. Denis Wilson,MD
AARM Reference Review

Abstract
Currently, the position of the American Thyroid Association is that hypothyroidism causes symptoms of metabolic slowing due to inadequate production of thyroid hor- mone by the thyroid gland; it is diagnosed by a lab result of a high thyroid stimulat- ing hormone (TSH) level. While hypothyroidism is considered a chronic, incurable condition, the symptoms typically can be controlled by ingestion of thyroxine (T4) for life. Due to this conclusion, medical providers overall adhere to the assump- tion that people with normal TSH levels can not have thyroid-hormone-responsive symptoms; likewise, thyroid-hormone-responsive symptoms should not read more…

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Promoting Healthy Thyroid Function with Iodine, Bladderwrack, Guggul and Iris

AARM Reference Review

Abstract
Centuries before the discovery of iodine in 1811 by Bernard Courtois (a French chemist and saltpeter manufacturer), seaweed was used to treat enlarged thyroid glands. K.E. Hung—a Chinese physician (A.D. 281-361)—used seaweed in the treatment of goiter. Five-hundred years later, Wang Tao had 36 formulas for the treatment of goiters, and 27 con- tained seaweed. In the nineteenth century, iodine was often called “the universal medicine”, and considered a panacea for all human ills. It was in- cluded in the treatment of every infectious disease, and the common motto was “if nothing else works, try iodine”. read more…

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