Holy Basil

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For Anxiety: Also referred to as Tulsi, this plant is actually considered to be sacred by a lot of people in India. As such, it can be found growing in temple gardens, where the rich fragrance opens respiratory passages and some say it also helps the spirit soar. The key compounds in holy basil, including eugenol and caryophyllene, are the same as the ones found in oregano. Holy basil also possesses the anti-inflammatory, antipyretic and analgesic actions typical of the oregano family. Plus, it’s been shown to significantly lower a couple of measures of stress in generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) patients. Holy basil can be taken in capsule, tea and in liquid forms. The suggested dosage is 600-700 mg twice daily, before meals. Make sure to allow 2-4 weeks for optimal...

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Omega 3 Fatty Acid

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For Anxiety: Omega-3 fatty acids have gained a lot of attention lately because of their ability to help reduce cholesterol levels and make the blood less prone to clotting. Fish oil is usually high in omega-3 fatty acids and can be ingested either through buying capsules or by eating fatty fish. Fish known with high amounts of this fatty acid include: Anchovies Albacore Tuna Mackerel Lake Trout Herring A number of studies in recent years have discovered that omega-3 fatty acids are beneficial in warding off both anxiety and depression. When consuming fish, however, one danger is that a lot of them have high levels of mercury, so experts often have mixed recommendations on exactly just how healthy eating a lot of seafood is for most...

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Lemon Essential Oil

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For Anxiety: Lemon essential oil has an ability to refresh the mind as well as the capacity to eliminate negative emotions — it can take away the stress as well. The calming nature of lemon oil helps in eliminating dizziness, mental fatigue, nervousness, anxiety, nervous tension and exhaustion. It works really good as a freshener in the room and office, and it helps you create a positive mindset. Plus, its scent boosts alertness and concentration, so make sure to inhale and exhale...

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Vanilla Essential Oil

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For Anxiety: Vanilla essential oil has also been proven to ward off infections and diseases caused by oxidation and inflammation. In addition, vanilla can help promote skin and hair health, relieves muscle pain and cramps, and helps balances hormones naturally. For thousands of years, it’s been used by everyone who struggle with a loss of libido, anxiety and even high blood pressure. From the 17th century, vanilla has been commonly used as a home remedy to help ward off anxiety and depression, alongside with nutrition. Vanilla oil also has a calming effect on the brain, which helps with anger, insomnia, stress and anxiety. A study published in the Indian Journal of Pharmacology found that vanillin, one of the known components of vanilla oil, demonstrated antidepressant activity in mice, which was comparable with fluoxetine, a medication that treats depression and obsessive compulsive disorder. The study concluded that the vanillin was able to cause a great reduction of immobility in mice. As indicated in a forced swim test, the sedative properties make vanilla oil effective in naturally treating...

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Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

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For Anxiety: Meditation as well as eating fresh fruits and vegetables can help with anxiety. EATING BY COLOR TO IMPROVE HEALTH White Colors: Helps strengthen your immune system Yellow Colors: Fortifies skin elasticity Orange Colors: Helps prevent inflammation Red Colors: Improves your heart and blood health Purple Colors: Protects your nervous system Green Colors: Detoxifies your...

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For Anxiety: Asian ginseng is used to help ease anxiety, chronic fatigue syndrome and also depression. Furthermore, it helps boost the immune system, as well as warding off infections from a lung disease called cystic fibrosis. There are some people who use Panax ginseng to help them cope with stress and as a general tonic to help improve their overall well-being. Sometimes, they call it as an “adaptogen” when it’s used in this...

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Cannabis oil

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For Anxiety: Cannabis oil is sometimes used as a natural way to help calm down anxiety and lowers stress. The natural compounds in the oil releases pleasure hormones and helps relax the mind, producing a feeling of relaxation.

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Rose Geranium Oil

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For Anxiety: Rose geranium oil is most often used in aromatherapy to help ward off the symptoms of stress, anxiety and even depression. It has an uplifting aroma that help enhances the mood. Whenever you feel the need, you can try inhaling rose geranium oil either by diffusing it or applying it on your hands directly. You also have the option to massage a drop or two onto your neck and temples whenever you’re feeling especially anxious or...

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Re-Establish the Brain Protocol

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For Alzheimer’s Disease: 10 STEPS TO ELIMINATE/RE-ESTABLISH BRAIN PROTOCOL 1.) Ketogenic diet while on protocol – coconut oil & MCT oil help provide and maintains extra energy for nerve cell’s mitochondria for energy dependent detoxification, immune enhancement and re-establishing REMOVE 2.) Toxin Removal (ToxDetox: EDTA & GSH 3x more toxins leave than with EDTA alone or GSH alone) 3.) De-calcification (!) (EDTA) 4.) Anti-Biofilm/Anti-Microbial Strategies – novel anti-biofilm protocol with broad anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-viral, and anti-inflammatory effects (StemDetox, EDTA, GSH, fasting and so much more) RE-ESTABLISH 5.) Brain micronutrients (EMPowerplus Advanced, Omega-3) 6.) Gut/Microbiome (Charcoal, ToxDetox, StemDetox, Probiotics) 7.) Stem Cell/Telomere boost — Bone Marrow Detox (StemDetox) 8.) Diet: Calorie restrictions (25% less calorie intake) fused with ketogenic diet – eat less, only heathy food, low sugar fruit and/or veggie juices, and fermented foods often 9.) Extend overnight fast (eat all of your food between 10am to 6pm) 10.) Exercise: intermittent cardio is preferred, add weight...

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Stress Management Techniques

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For Alzheimer’s Disease: Here are some stress management methods you can follow: Meditation Guided imagery (hypnotherapy) Deep breathing Massage Prayer Remember, it’s not necessary that you lock into any one of these suggestions. Rather, it’s best to feel free to explore any or all of them to see which one works best for you. Simply start with one of these methods for a couple of minutes a day and you’ll immediately feel better brain function. Then, find the methods you tend to enjoy more and you’ll start experiencing an improved — less stressed — you! THE NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF STRESS Did you know that you are at a heightened risk of memory issues and even Alzheimer’s if you’re prone to psychological distress? New research proves that is sadly true. Experts are starting to realize that daily stress, especially when it’s chronic and not alleviated, takes a huge toll on our collective health. Thus, you need to turn to the number of tranquilizers, antidepressants, high blood pressure medications and antacids being taken today. All these are used for illness made worse by stress – and they are some of the best selling drugs in Western countries. When stressed, chemicals like adrenaline and cortisol can start flooding your body. These chemicals cause your heart to beat faster, and also cause that “triggered” feeling you experience when stressed. Excess cortisol can damage your cells in the memory center of your brain. It stops glucose from entering brain cells. It blocks neurotransmitter function and causes brain cells to be injured. In addition, high cortisol levels also impact your ability to learn and retain new information (short-term memory loss). As stress and cortisol levels increase, so does your chance of developing memory loss. In the worst-case scenario, as you age or if you develop an illness, you naturally have a decreased ability to handle stress and lower blood cortisol levels. This can ultimately lead to the death of your brain cells – a situation that can affect every region of your memory, as well as overall brain...

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