Coconut Milk: How Much Is It Antifungal?

I decided to put the coconut milk in a test to find out how much antifungal coconut milk actually is. I tested the common cooking coconut milk you can buy in a grocery store – so no fancy “organic, no additives…” – just a regular cheap coconut milk for cooking. The label on coconut milk states: 80% of coconut extract, water, E412 (guar gum), E466 (carboxymethylcellulose), E435 (Polysorbate 60). The amount of coconut fat in this canned coconut milk was 18%. The coconut milk sold in cans is usually prepared...

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Day 21: Fungus vs Essential Oils – Very Strong Antifungal Activity of One Essential Oil

The featured photo says it all – there is an essential oil which can protect the oats in orange juice from mold for at least 21 days. This post is a follow up post of the test I performed some time ago and shared the results in my previous blog post. So if you want to know the details, please read the above mentioned blog post first. Photos of Test Results The two essential oils used in this test were the...

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Lymphatic System Congestion, Adrenal “Fatigue” and Liver in Psoriasis

Science has proved many times that chronic inflammatory diseases are caused by inflammation… Well, what else could cause inflammatory diseases, right? The drugs whether prescription or over-the-counter, both are relatively very effective for psoriasis and other chronic inflammatory diseases and they put those diseases into remission. So, why is there still so many people suffering from chronic inflammatory diseases? Well, the top anti-inflammatory drugs currently available to patients are biologic drugs. The prices of those drugs are so high that most people can not get a prescription because “their case...

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Mold Growing In the Electrical Outlet

Mold can live almost anywhere and often it is a main cause of a disease. Today I must share with you these pictures of the mold that I have got. As far as I know the mold did not grow anywhere on the wall apparently due to the sufficient ventilation. However, even a little of the condensed moisture have allowed the mold to grow in the socket-outlet around the plug. You should not be frightened since one small mold like this can barely cause some disease in most people. This

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Cause of Psoriasis: Likely Virus or Cell-Wall-Deficient Bacteria/Mycoplasma

I think that the cause is some type of pathogen like virus, mycoplasma [88] or some CWD (cell wall deficient) bacteria (maybe Streptococcus since a lot of psoriatics develop psoriasis after a Strep throat (Streptococcal pharyngitis)[78]– however we should consider also the effects of antibiotics which most people use for strep throat).[115] It is quite possible that some type of virus is involved which infects the CWD bacteria/mycoplasma and changes its behavior and just this combination of pathogens leads to psoriasis. There is also a chance that psoriasis plaques can

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