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Molecule in Nigella sativa (black seed) may prevent spike protein-induced vascular damage, scientists conclude in published paper indexed by NIH (updated)

New research published in the journal Vascular Pharmacology shows that a molecule found in Nigella sativa, also known as black seed or black cumin, binds to ACE2 receptors in the lungs, potentially stopping spike protein particles from inducing inflammation and vascular damage. The molecule is being studied for possible drug development. Researchers out of India investigated the effects of nigellidine, ...

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NUTRITION MATTERS: Eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables lowers risk of contracting COVID-19 and developing severe symptoms

People who eat high-quality diets containing fruits, vegetables and fish are less likely to contract the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) and become severely ill with the disease, according to a preprint released recently on medRxiv. A team of researchers from King’s College London, Harvard Medical School and the health science company ZOE analyzed data from more than 590,000 people from the United States ...

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Covid cures literally grow like weeds, yet most people buy lawn poison to kill them off, thereby killing themselves

In today’s Situation Update, we discuss the astonishing truth that covid cures literally grow like weeds (such as dandelion weeds), yet most people rush to Home Depot to buy toxic, cancer-causing herbicides so they can poison their own lawns, killing off the dandelions and thereby killing themselves in the long run. Mother Nature grows anti-covid medicine for free, right in ...

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Simple Tempeh Meatballs

Jump to Recipe These vegan tempeh meatballs are simple to make and incredibly versatile. They’re also packed with plant-based protein! Use them for an instant protein boost in any grain bowl or pasta dish. Shape The next step is simple: just roll the mixture into meatballs! I made each of my meatballs about 1 1/2 inches in diameter. The mixture ...

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Study: Coffee senna leaves exhibit anti-malarial properties

Senna occidentalis, commonly known as coffee senna, is a weed widely used in traditional medicine around the world. For instance, in Hausa medicine — a type of folk medicine still practiced today in Northern Nigeria — coffee senna is used to treat a wide variety of ailments, such as hepatitis, malaria and typhoid fever. The plant’s leaves are also used ...

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7 Natural ways to address diabetes fatigue

Fatigue is a common symptom of diabetes. It is caused by an imbalance between blood sugar levels and the amount or effectiveness of circulating insulin, a hormone that allows your body to use glucose for energy. In addition, some of the medications used to treat diabetic patients can cause fatigue, as these drugs can drastically lower your blood sugar levels. Diabetic patients with fatigue will find that ...

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Cutting out sugar: How to deal with sugar detox symptoms

The average American consumes 270 calories of added sugars, which translates to roughly 17 teaspoons daily. This amount is a far cry from the amount recommended in the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines, which notes that less than 10 percent of a person’s daily caloric intake should come from added sugars. According to the American Heart Association, this translates to roughly no more than six ...

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Grow your medicine: Japanese goldthread grown with hydroponics is just as potent as wild variants

Hydroponics is a form of gardening that doesn’t involve soil. Instead, plants are grown in a nutrient solution and a controlled environment. Hydroponics is popular among hobbyists who like to grow their own foods at home. This system not only requires less space and helps conserve soil and water, but it also improves plant yield. In addition, hydroponics allows plants ...

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Warts: Causes and 10 natural remedies

Warts are noncancerous, rough bumps that form on the skin. In most cases, a pathogen known as the human papillomavirus (HPV) is responsible for warts, which it causes when it enters a cut or break on the skin. Most warts are harmless and will disappear on their own after a certain period. However, some people might choose to remove them earlier if the warts ...

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Classic Vegan Zucchini Bread

Why this is my favorite vegan zucchini bread Here’s what I love about this quickbread: simplicity. It’s pretty much a one bowl recipe. No complicated steps, as with this pumpkin chocolate marble loaf. No mix-ins aside from the zucchini, though you’re welcome to add chocolate chips or nuts if they’re calling to you. Unlike a lot of quickbreads that I ...

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