martes, 13 de noviembre de 2012

Andreas Moritz



There are a number of herbal substances and foods that have powerful cleansing effects on the blood vessels and lymphatic ducts. When ingested regularly, they naturally balance blood cholesterol concentrations to where they need to be for the body to function optimally. Take for example, the extract from a common Indian tree known as the mukul myrrh or guggul. Guggul is no strange medicine in India. Ayurvedic doctors have used it for over 3,000 years to treat a variety of diseases. One side benefit happens to be the lowering of cholesterol and triglycerides. Double blind clinical trials in India have proven that the extract of this small thorny tree is just as effective for this as some common prescription drugs. Of course, what heals common ailments naturally is unattractive to big drug companies, and, therefore, stands no chance of making it into the field of mainstream medicine, at least not in countries where the pharmaceutical giants dominat...Ver más
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