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CBD, a product of the Marijuana plant, is often mischaracterized as a hallucinogenic agent. CBD is not the same as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the agent in marijuana that gives people that “high” sensation. Holistic health advocates suggest that CBD oil can act as a complementary therapy, helping patients stimulate apatite, relieve pain, and reduce nausea. The foundations on which these claims are built can be characterized as shaky at best.
CBD Oil: Unsubstantiated none-sense or lifesaving miracle?

Cannabidiol, more commonly referred to as CBD, is gaining a considerable amount of popularity among the holistic health world as a natural alternative to many medicines and treatments. There is a growing number of holistic health professionals who believe that CBD could have a dramatic and beneficial effect on patients being treated for cancer. 

CBD, a product of the Marijuana plant, is often mischaracterized as a hallucinogenic agent. CBD…

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Can Cranberries Inhibit Cancer Cell Viability?

What would the holiday season be without delicious cranberries? Cranberries are a very unique fruit. Cranberries or Vaccinium Macrocarpon, have acidic taste that usually overwhelms its sweetness and is always part of the traditional Thanksgiving dinner.  

But what are the health benefits of Cranberries. Drinking cranberry juice or enjoying cranberry sauce with your Turkey and trimmings, can’t hurt but certainly won’t help cure cancer or…

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Mole Patrol: How to Protect Against Skin Cancer and What to Watch Out For

Cancer is one of the most terrifying diagnoses a person can have, and skin cancer is particularly prevalent. There are more new cases of skin cancer diagnosed annually than there are for breast, prostate, colon, and lung cancer combined, and as many as one in five Americans will develop some form of skin cancer at some point in their lives. Even more surprisingly, one person dies from melanoma skin cancer every 54 minutes. 1

Signs of Skin…

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