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Anti-inflammatory effects of curcumin prevent development of liver cirrhosis in lab studyBy PF Louis, December 4 2013
(NaturalNews) Cirrhosis of the liver can develop from several types of liver damage, disease or inflammation. A group of Israeli researchers set out to determine the effect that anti-inflammatory curcumin would have on curbing the development of cirrhosis in damaged livers.
The researchers used thioacetamide (TAA), a solvent used in leather, textile and paper processing to create cirrhosis-like situations. It's used in laboratories as a hepatotoxicant to induce acute or chronic liver damage by...
Boost your brain naturallyBy Kshamica Nimalasuriya MD, MPH, December 4 2013
(NaturalNews) Healthy circulation to the brain region is a must for ultimate health and well-being. Studies have shown that brain nourishment along with healthy circulation has a direct impact on the performance of your brain. It's well known that brain functions tend to decline as we mature into our later years. However, the decline of brain functions can be delayed, or even reversed, by proper diet and/or supplementation sources.
All natural walnuts and flaxseeds contain two sources of omega...
Why do teens think e-cigs are cool?By S. D. Wells, December 4 2013
(NaturalNews) What is the measurement, the "dilution" of nicotine you are receiving with your e-cig nic fit? Do you know? Does it say on the side of the juice "loader" - the "nic-juice" cartridge? Who loaded it, some "reputable company" who exports it from China? What's their guarantee and is that guarantee extended to minors? Does the FDA regulate it? Why not?
E-cigs don't fall under the umbrella of tobacco, so the FDA doesn't have "jurisdiction" - or do they? There's a lot of money to be made...
Kidney-toning Chinese medicines improve Parkinson's disease symptomsBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, December 4 2013
(NaturalNews) According to the Parkinson's Disease Foundation, loss of coordination and uncontrolled movements associated with Parkinson's disease affect "one million people in the US and an estimated seven to 10 million worldwide." Specialists at the University of Rochester speculate that, by 2030, Parkinson's disease could affect twice as many people as it does now.
Even as this neural disease grips the elderly, there is hopeful, new evidence emerging that could help patients protect neural...
The subconscious question that sets you up for easy sucess - or chronic stressBy Mike Bundrant, December 4 2013
(NaturalNews) Your subconscious mind is dynamic and ever processing. Sleeping or awake, and regardless of where you conscious attention rests, your deeper mind is working. It never turns off.
Medical researchers have identified the brain network responsible for a never-ending stream of activity that is typically associated with "autopilot thinking." The Default Mode Network, according to Marcus Raichle, MD, consists of areas that are in the brain that are typically more active during rest than...
Health insurers post huge stock price gains in expectation of financial windfall from ObamacareBy J. D. Heyes, December 4 2013
(NaturalNews) Just how many deals with the devil did American companies and businesses make in order to ensure that they came out on top when Obamacare was fully implemented?
Well, the answer is - dozens.
We already knew that the nation's premier senior citizens organization, the AARP, sold its soul - and sold out its members - to Obamacare:
We now know, thanks to an investigative report by the House Energy and Commerce Committee, that opposition among AARP's own membership was even more...
Ghee: A clarified butter rich in essential fats and vitaminsBy Michael Ravensthorpe, December 4 2013
(NaturalNews) Ghee is a type of clarified butter that originated in India and remains popular in South Asian cuisine. It is made by removing the milk proteins and water from raw, unsalted butter, resulting in a lactose-free, nutty flavored butterfat that is packed with nutrients.
According to the Ayurveda, ghee has essential healing properties that are distinctly lacking in other butters. These properties, which are slowly being validated by Western science, include:
Rich in high-quality fatsBeing...
McDonald's says McRib won't be rolled out nationally this yearBy David Gutierrez, December 4 2013
(NaturalNews) McDonald's has announced that its iconic McRib sandwich will not be offered at all restaurants this year. This marks the first time since 2009 that the cult favorite will not be available nationwide.
Although the McRib is typically prominently promoted by McDonald's during the last few weeks of the year, this year, the company has introduced several new products instead, including Pumpkin Spice Latte, Mighty Wings and a new Dollar Menu.
"Because of these new options, we left it...
Health Ranger releases first photo from the Natural News Forensic Food LabBy Mike Adams, December 3 2013
(NaturalNews) At the request of many readers and fans, I'm releasing the first official photo from the Natural News Forensic Food Lab (see below). So many readers have been asking what I'm up to with the food science research and pending announcement on January 7, 2014 that I wanted to give you this photo plus an update on the research.
What you're looking at in the photo is part of an atomic spectroscopy laboratory with extraordinary capabilities including parts per trillion detection of atomic...
Help Make History! City councilmen introduce motion to make Los Angeles largest GMO-free zone in USBy Ethan A. Huff, December 3 2013
(NaturalNews) Two Los Angeles city councilmen are attempting to make history in Southern California by banning the growth, sale and distribution of genetically modified (GM) seeds and plants anywhere in the city of Los Angeles. Congressman Mitch O'Farrell's 13th District website explains that both O'Farrell and his colleague, Paul Koretz, are leading the charge with the new motion, which thousands of local supporters are already pushing to have passed with a new petition.
The motion would make...
Social Workers steal baby from mother's wombBy D Holt, December 3 2013
(NaturalNews) In a shocking series events British Social Workers from Essex Social services obtained a Court Order to forcibly remove a baby from its mother by caesarean section against the mothers will.
The mother had travelled to the UK from Italy for a two week training course when she had a panic attack at her hotel, partly due to not taking her medication for Bipolar Disorder and partly as she could not find her older children's passports. She called Police who informed her they would take...
Breaking: False HIV diagnosis extremely common in military prosecution casesBy J. D. Heyes, December 3 2013
(NaturalNews) It's a sad day in America, the most diverse experiment in democracy ever attempted, when individuals are persecuted, and their lives ruined, for politically motivated reasons.
The HIV virus carries a special stigma that can often lead to stereotyping and demonization. As if that weren't bad enough, there is new evidence suggesting that so-called HIV tests are not even accurate and that tens of thousands of Americans may have been wrongly "diagnosed" - and persecuted - because of...
Democrats over age 55 shocked to realize they will pay 300% - 400% more for insurance under ObamacareBy J. D. Heyes, December 3 2013
(NaturalNews) Older Democratic staffers on Capitol Hill likely supported their bosses' decisions to back the president on Obamacare because they, like tens of millions of others, believed all of Obama's BS promises about the law.
Well, they too are finding out, like the rest of us, that what was promised and what is reality regarding Obamacare are two completely different things.
Take the price of plans, for instance. Obama promised repeatedly that not only could Americans keep their plans...
Three superfoods that can help treat depressionBy Michael Ravensthorpe, December 3 2013
(NaturalNews) Statistics show that approximately 10 percent of the American population suffers from depression, and that number is on the increase. While most of these people suffer from sporadic bouts of depression, others often endure it their whole lives. Consequently, many of them resort to antidepressants to alleviate their low moods - drugs which have notorious side effects and can, in many cases, render them zombie-like and detached from reality.
Fortunately, the natural world is bursting...
Obamacare website still failing after deadline; Crashes live on CNNBy J. D. Heyes, December 3 2013
(NaturalNews) Regular readers of Natural News know that we have been frequent critics of Obamacare, because the law represents the kind of top-down, one-size-fits-all, abusive, tyrannical government that strips away freedom, damages liberty and further restricts choice - all things that we despise about our post-constitutional existence. The only "freedom" suffering worse than health freedom is the freedom to grow and consume the kinds of foods you decide to grow and consume.
Anyway, regular readers...
Research shows curcumin suppresses cancer cell invasion and metastasisBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, December 3 2013
(NaturalNews) Doctors in hospitals around the world should be leaning in to hear the results of this study.
At the School of Medicine in National Yang-Ming University, in Taipei, Taiwan, researchers studied the active component of turmeric, curcumin, for its anti-tumor capabilities. In the thorough study, curcumin was found to activate tumor-suppressing proteins which are responsible for stopping cancer cell invasion and the further spread of cancer, or metastasis.
It's becoming clear, at the...
Research: Lack of cardiovascular fitness kills more than diabetes, smoking and obesity combinedBy Mike Bundrant, December 3 2013
(NaturalNews) The ability of the heart and lungs to provide oxygenated blood to tissues, coupled with the the muscles' proper use oxygen is called cardiovascular fitness.
Aerobic activity increases cardiovascular fitness. It involves using the larger muscle groups during sustained physical movement. Most physical fitness experts recommend doing some aerobic exercise 5-6 days per week for around 30 minutes per session.
And....most people don't do it.
Steven Blair of the British Journal of...
Food stamp program creates dependents without improving nutrition or food security, according to studyBy J. D. Heyes, December 3 2013
(NaturalNews) If the government is going to use tax money to provide food and sustenance to Americans in need, shouldn't there be some food standards? Wouldn't it be a better, more efficient use of taxpayer money if the government's food stamp and welfare programs contained nutritional guidelines that actually supported public health, instead of degrading it?
That is pretty sound public policy, but unfortunately, that's not what federal food stamp and food assistance programs do. In fact, according...
Man heals psoriasis, loses weight with raw food dietBy Raw Michelle, December 3 2013
(NaturalNews) According to the International Federation of Psoriasis Associations, psoriasis affects nearly 125 million people globally. Individuals suffer from red, scaly patches on their skin, which is often accompanied by severe pain due to intense cracking and bleeding. James was one man who knew the symptoms all too well, living with dark red, raised patches on his arms. However, when he began a raw food diet, his symptoms went away.
Just two and a half months after he started the diet in...
Hospital punishes veteran for using 'God bless America' in email signature textBy J. D. Heyes, December 3 2013
(NaturalNews) Americans are supposed to have the freedom to enjoy a plethora of liberties, among them, freedom of religion, not freedom from religion. And yet, as our post-constitutional period deepens, we begin to realize that the Bill of Rights seems more like a quaint anachronism instead of basic human rights acknowledged and protected by government.
This realization is especially painful to our nation's veterans, like me, because when you put your rear end on the line for country and Constitution...
The detoxifying health benefits of bentonite clayBy Dr. David Jockers, December 3 2013
(NaturalNews) Life in the 21st century is full of stress and environmental toxicity. We have over 80,000 toxic chemicals in our surrounding environment that we interact with regularly. A lifestyle of daily detoxifying strategies and periodic cleansing periods is essential to health in the modern world. Bentonite clay is a perfect detoxifying agent with remarkable health benefits.
A healthy cell must be able to excrete waste material on a consistent basis. When toxins build up faster than they...
Harsh reality sets in for young, uninsured Obamacare supporters who now realize there's no free lunchBy Ethan A. Huff, December 3 2013
(NaturalNews) When the "Hope and Change" parade came tearing across America with empty promises of affordable healthcare for all, millions of unwitting young people, many without health insurance, quickly jumped on the bandwagon. But now, many of these same individuals, including 28-year-old Katy Irwin, a freelance graphic designer, are experiencing sticker shock due to the astronomical costs associated with the illegal individual mandate.
During a recent interview with CNBC, Irwin, who admittedly...
Amazon.com to deploy army of robotic flying drones to deliver packages straight to your doorstepBy Mike Adams, December 2 2013
(NaturalNews) In news that has shocked the world, Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos has publicly announced an ambitious plan to deliver packages to customers in 30 minutes using airborne robotic drones. The story was unveiled by 60 Minutes on Sunday.
More than a mere pipe dream, the so-called "Prime Air" delivery system is already functioning in test mode. Multi-rotor robotic drones grab packages at an Amazon distribution center then literally fly out a window and take to the skies. Minutes later...
Fukushima director warns Britain it may be nextBy David Gutierrez, December 2 2013
(NaturalNews) In an interview with the Guardian, the man in charge of Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has warned that a similar disaster could easily befall any of the world's nuclear power plants.
Commenting on the United Kingdom's plans to build a new generation of nuclear plants in Somerset, Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) president Naomi Hirose said that the British nuclear power industry needs to be "prepared for the worst."
"What happened at Fukushima was, yes, a warning...
Research shows chocolate's catechin content helps patients lose weight, similar to green teaBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, December 2 2013
(NaturalNews) The myth that high-calorie food like chocolate causes weight gain has been clinically debunked by researchers at the University of Granada. A comprehensive study, funded by the European Union, reveals evidence that greater chocolate consumption actually lowers body mass index and central body fat in the abdominal area, regardless of physical activity or diet. This revelation will help professionals understand that there are more important aspects of food beyond just total calorie and...
Top 10 ways to boost energy throughout the day (without resorting to caffeine or sugar)By Carolanne Wright, December 2 2013
(NaturalNews) We seem to be suffering from an extreme energy crisis in the West, namely, day-to-day chronic fatigue. With fast-paced lifestyles, sometimes it appears that coffee and sugar are an absolute necessity just to get though the day. But there's hope. We can ditch the artificial stimulants and instead cultivate true vitality with a few easy (and free) methods.
Simple tips for more zestDo you ever dream of having plenty of energy? The reality for most is that we drag ourselves around, collapsing...
Calls grow for tearing down the Obamacare websiteBy J. D. Heyes, December 2 2013
(NaturalNews) In the mid-1980s, at the Cold War's climax, President Ronald Reagan, in a speech, implored Soviet Premier Gorbachev to "tear down this wall." He was talking about the Berlin Wall, which divided Germany into the communist East and democratic West, and he was appealing to Gorbechev to give his people freedom from the tyranny of authoritarianism.
It was momentous for its statesmanship and vision, even if many people might not have realized it at the time. And eventually, that's precisely...
70-year-old looks half her age, says raw food diet is the reason whyBy Antonia, December 2 2013
(NaturalNews) When Annette Larkins goes out with her husband, people often speculate that he had become involved with a younger woman. Other times, they ask him how his granddaughter is doing, referring to Larkins. Little do they know that Larkins, a size 4 fireball of energy, is a 70-year-old woman. Dubbed by many as an "ageless woman" who discovered the fountain of youth, her secret is right in her own backyard. How does she do it? Simple: she's been eating completely raw foods for 27 years.
Why go grain-free?By Marie Saffy, December 2 2013
(NaturalNews) Chances are, you've been bombarded with information about the benefits of going gluten-free, but many people are taking this diet to a new level by eliminating all grains from their diets as well. Grain-free diets are often referred to as "Paleo" or "Primal," as they tend to mimic what our Paleolithic ancestors (or cavemen) ate. So what exactly is this trend, what is the science behind it, and how could it benefit your health?
Paleo ExplainedThe idea behind Paleo is eating mostly...
Stupid teen playing 'knockout' game shot twice by concealed carry holderBy J. D. Heyes, December 2 2013
(NaturalNews) If you've been paying attention to the news lately, you might have heard something about a violent "game" being played by mostly inner-city youths called the "Knockout Game."
Here's how it works: As a group of teens pass by someone who is most often walking alone, one of the teens takes a swing at the person with the goal of knocking them out with one punch.
The game is being played all around the country, but it seems to have had its roots either in New Jersey or somewhere else...
Florida couple sues city after being forced to uproot family vegetable gardenBy Jonathan Benson, December 1 2013
(NaturalNews) The village of Miami Shores in Miami, Florida, brands itself as a progressive neighborhood that promotes "green living." But local residents Hermine Ricketts and Tom Carroll have found that this is not exactly an honest designation, as village officials recently ordered them to uproot a family vegetable garden that they have been cultivating peacefully for some 17 years in their front yard, or else face daily fines of $50 per citation.
The couple was ordered to remove their garden...
Gluten-free going mainstream as nearly one-third of Americans seek to avoid glutenBy Ethan A. Huff, December 1 2013
(NaturalNews) Panic must really be setting in for the wheat industry these days, as consumers increasingly seek to avoid food products that contain gluten. According to the latest available figures, as many as one in three people, or about 105 million Americans, now actively shun gluten due to diagnosed celiac disease, gluten sensitivity or intolerance, or personal choice, proving that the "gluten-free" designation has officially gone mainstream.
In a rant against what he obviously considers to...
Live long and prosper, the secrets of the HunzaBy Adrian Cooper, December 1 2013
(NaturalNews) Over the decades, there have been countless debates about what constitutes the best diet for heath, vitality and longevity. While each group will continue to argue their own choices, biases and opinions, there is absolutely no disputing real, live, irrefutable, verifiable evidence, as shown by the Hunza people of the Himalayas.
While most know that the ideal diet consists largely of raw fruits, vegetables and whole foods, there has always been vehement opposition from those who choose...
When pregnant women take Tylenol, their children are more likely to be born with autismBy Jonathan Benson, December 1 2013
(NaturalNews) As many as 65 percent of women are said to take it during pregnancy. But Tylenol, the active ingredient of which is acetaminophen, has been linked in a new study out of Norway to causing autism in children. Expectant mothers who took the drug while pregnant to deal with headaches or mild fevers were found to be significantly more likely to bear children with behavioral problems, poor language and motor skills, and communication difficulties, compared to mothers who did not take the...
Bullet proof your immunity with nature's original wonder drugBy Paul Fassa, December 1 2013
(NaturalNews) The cure is in the kitchen. Steaming hot bowls of "stinking rose" soup will fortify your immune system and keep illness away. Who said medicine has to taste bad? The Greeks, Egyptians and Romans effectively used garlic to treat a host of ailments including infections, digestive problems and high blood pressure.
Most don't know that garlic was the favored treatment for tuberculosis prior to the introduction of antibiotics during World War II. In 2012, the International Herald Tribune...
Obama earns 'F' in math with delusional claim that he cut deficits by more than halfBy J. D. Heyes, December 1 2013
(NaturalNews) There goes that Barack Obama again, saying goofy, foolish things that only his mother and most ardent supporters would believe.
This whopper is as big as "if you like your [healthcare] plan, you can keep it," and, in the long run, will be just as destructive to our country.
In comments recently made to the Wall Street CEO Council, Obama said his administration has "reined in spending" and as a result "cut our deficits by more than half."
Perhaps Obama forgot for a moment whom...
More than just Fukushima radiation: Three convincing reasons to reduce or eliminate milk and dairy from your dietBy Zach C. Miller, December 1 2013
(NaturalNews) Dairy foods make a delicious and satisfying complement to many people's diets. However, there is a large body of evidence that suggests that most people's bodies are just not well equipped to digest and process dairy-based foods and beverages (unless you happen to be a Sherpa from the Tibetan highlands). And, as our environment gets more polluted, reasons to reduce dairy consumption increase rather than stay the same. Here are some convincing reasons to reduce or even eliminate dairy...
Five-year cancer survival rates with gerson diet therapy: ResearchBy Mike Bundrant, November 29 2013
(NaturalNews) The Gerson diet therapy was developed by Dr. Max Gerson in the 1930's as a treatment for his own migraine headaches.
Eventually, he expanded the treatment and found that it worked for degenerative diseases and eventually cancer. The Gerson Therapy takes a natural, holistic, and whole-body approach to healing. Practitioners of this treatment believe that it reactivates the body's natural self-healing ability and comes with no damaging side effects.
How Gerson diet therapy works...
Nuclear Regulatory Commission employees surf porn while on the jobBy J. D. Heyes, December 1 2013
(NaturalNews) It's something that Homer Simpson would most likely do, but he's a cartoon character and isn't even real.
Still, it is an apt comparison given Simpson's cartoon job status as an employee at a nuclear power plant.
As reported by The Washington Times, employees at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the federal agency that oversees the operations of the nation's nuclear power plants, recently managed to bypass government firewalls and access porn online with their work computers...
Shocking findings on what you need to know about anesthesiaBy Elaine Wilkes, PhD, November 24 2013
(NaturalNews) "The risks of being over-anesthetized are many, including long term dementia, memory loss and even death."
- Dr. Barry Friedberg, MD
Stanford trained and board certified anesthesiologist for over three decades, Barry Friedberg, MD, wrote the book Getting Over Going Under to urge people to ask for a direct brain activity monitor (costs $20) during surgery, so they can receive the correct amount of anesthesia. But surprise, Big Pharma doesn't like this.
Too little anesthesia could...
Paul Walker's tragic death reminds us all that life is fragile, and even famous people can't suspend the laws of physicsBy Mike Adams, December 1 2013
(NaturalNews) The 'net is ablaze right now with the news that Paul Walker, Hollywood superstar best known for his role in the Fast and Furious movie series, died in a fiery car crash Saturday. Walker was celebrated as a terrific person but he was also an admitted "adrenaline junkie." While we don't normally cover celebrity news here at Natural News, the fact that we have just entered the holiday season where lots of young people will be tempted to try their own fast-and-furious stunts with the aid...
Rare H6N1 bird flu strain makes first human appearanceBy Jonathan Benson, November 28 2013
(NaturalNews) For the first time ever, the H6N1 bird flu has turned up in a human being, a 20-year-old Taiwanese woman who was hospitalized earlier this year after she developed a high fever, cough and shortness of breath. According to the Associated Press (AP), the woman somehow came down with the virus, which had previously been isolated to birds, even though she had not come into contact with any live fowl.
The woman, whose name has not been publicly released, worked in a deli and nowhere near...
Got the winter blues? Vitamin B12 and other B vitamins may help alleviate depressionBy Talya Dagan, November 28 2013
(NaturalNews) Adding vitamins to your diet can help reduce the feeling of depression, winter blues or seasonal affective disorder (SAD). B vitamins, especially vitamin B12, have been shown to help those suffering from feelings of anxiety or depression. Simply adding nutritional supplements can help lift the blues, especially during stressful periods of life. Many vitamins can be sourced from foods, but some, like vitamin B12, are difficult to source from food, so vitamin supplements are suggested...
Four out of five people stop breathing correctly when typing an emailBy David Gutierrez, November 28 2013
(NaturalNews) Four out of five people regularly stop breathing while typing emails, according to studies conducted by former Apple executive Linda Stone. The condition, which health professionals are calling "email apnea," may lead to serious health consequences.
"If people are in a stressful situation, perhaps having to deal with some stressful communication, they might end up holding their breath," said Edward Grandi, executive director of the American Sleep Apnea Association. "It's not just...
Metabolic acidosis causes cancer, diabetes and premature deathBy Jonathan Landsman, November 28 2013
(NaturalNews) Cancer, chronic fatigue, diabetes, osteoporosis plus many other degenerative diseases are caused by 'metabolic acidosis.' Is your body pH slightly alkaline? If not, this is a serious health condition - that needs to be addressed immediately.
Shocking 'sick care' statistics! The top 10 reasons for seeing a doctor include: skin disorders like acne; joint problems; back aches; cholesterol issues; upper respiratory conditions; depression; neurological disorders; hypertension; headaches...
Woman celebrated as Obamacare success story gets hit with unaffordable rate raisesBy J. D. Heyes, November 28 2013
(NaturalNews) She went from the administration's hero to zero with the click of a mouse.
Once touted by the White House as an Obamacare success story, Jessica Sanford has now discovered that, no, she won't be able to afford new health insurance coverage, thanks to the very law that President Obama said would make it "affordable."
"Jessica Sanford was cited by the president as an Obamacare success story at a health care event he had here at the White House in the Rose Garden on October 21,"...
Squid ink - A unique health food that challenges cancer and dangerous pathogens? Promising research says yesBy Carolanne Wright, November 28 2013
(NaturalNews) Striking on any plate, squid ink-infused cuisine is much more than a pretty edible - new research indicates that these unconventional foods are brimming with health advantages. Whether arroz negro of Spain or Venetian fettuccine al nero di seppia, the dark color of these dishes represents a hearty dose of antioxidants and beneficial nutrients. And now researchers have discovered that squid ink protects white blood cell production, which ultimately gives immunity a helpful boost. Moreover...
Happy Thanksgiving from the Health Ranger and Natural NewsBy Mike Adams, November 28 2013
(NaturalNews) As America celebrates its Thanksgiving national holiday, I'm reminded that we all have an abundance of things to be thankful for. Here at Natural News, we all have extraordinary gratitude for the support of you, our readers and fans, without which none of what we do would be possible.
I also hope that in this time of great uncertainty and economic hardship, you can still find things to be thankful for -- such as your health, your family, the hard-won knowledge you've gained from...
30,000 more people freed from water fluoridation after Australian town rejects poisonBy Jonathan Benson, November 27 2013
(NaturalNews) An outstanding ban on artificial water fluoridation has been upheld in the Australian coastal town of Byron Bay, located in New South Wales, following a heated encounter among local residents, scientists, dentists and city officials. The Fluoride Action Network reports that the Byron Shire Council ultimately ended up voting five-to-three to uphold the fluoride ban, relying on modern science which shows that fluoridation is both harmful and ineffective.
A group of fluoride-truth activists...
Pet owners increasingly using medical marijuana to help their pets feel betterBy Jonathan Benson, November 27 2013
(NaturalNews) As the social stigmas and taboos about marijuana that largely emerged during the "Reefer Madness" generation continue to be stripped away from the public consciousness, an increasing number of people are beginning to look at this all natural herb with fresh eyes, recognizing its incredible potential for healing. This includes a growing number of pet owners who are now using the plant and its essential oils to safely and effectively treat their ailing pets.
CBS New York reports that...
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