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Case Report: Lymphoma Treatment with Pacific Yew and Pokeroot

AUTHOR

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…

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

Michael Friedman, N.D.

Abstract
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…

Improvement Of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease After Initiation Of A Low-Carbohydrate Diet: Five Brief Case Reports

William S. Yancy, Jr, MD, MHS, Dawn Provenzale, MD, MSPH, and Eric C. Westman, MD, MHS

Abstract
Heartburn (pyrosis) and gastroesophageal reflux symptoms are common complaints encoun- tered in outpatient medical clinics.1 It is esti- mated that up to 40% of adults in the United States have occasional heartburn (approximate- ly once a month) and up to 10% experience daily heartburn.2,3 In addition, these symptoms have a substantial effect on health-related quality of life (QOL); in some studies, QOL can be impaired as severely as with angina or heart failure.4 Medications used to treat these symptoms have been among the read more…

Recurrent Miscarriage Syndrome Treated With Acupuncture And An Allergy Elimination/Desensitization Technique

Rita Stanford, DAOM, LAc, Dipl Ac, Dipl CH

Abstract
In December, 2001, a 33-year-old female—“SC”—gravida 2, para 0-0-2-0, came in with the chief complaints of repeated miscarriage, pain, recent weight gain, circulation problems, feeling cold, premenstrual syndrome, and food and environ- mental allergies. She had been diagnosed with allergies to dust, mold, ragweed, cats, and sage, a minor reaction to dogs, and also reported that fast foods and milk were difficult to digest. She had frequent ear infections as a child. She complained of fatigue, sinusitis, sinus congestion and sinus pain, dry skin and eyes, frontal headaches, frequent sneezing, stuffy read more…

Migraines And Mood Disorders: Nutritional And Dietary Intervention Based On Laboratory Testing

Cass Nelson-Dooley, MS; Stephanie Kaplan, ND; J. Alexander Bralley, PhD

Abstract
Current conventional treatments for migraine head- ache, depression, and mood disorders often fail to address the underlying cause(s) of these conditions and therefore usually require long-term medication without hope for cure or, in many cases, adequate symptom relief. Previous studies have shown that amino acids,1-7 neurotransmitters,6,8-16 and allergenic foods17-23 may be involved in the pathogenesis of depression and migraine headache. This case report examines plasma amino acids, urinary neurotransmitter catabolites, and serum food antibodies in a patient with chronic depression and migraine headache before and after nutritional and dietary read more…

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