Over the years, I have seen women in industrial nations, as young as 35, having very leathery skin and hair. It is very common for women from the middle east, Asia and India, to have very vibrant skin and hair. I attribute it to women in Asia and India using natural products like Neem, Coconut oil, […]Read more "“All Natural” Skin Care?"
Curcumin is a synthetic food coloring agent. As a food additive its E number is E100. Turmeric is a rhizome from the same plant family as ginger. Turmeric has more than 100 components. The main component of the turmeric root is a volatile oil, containing turmerone. The yellowish color is from natural coloring agents called curcuminoids. […]Read more "Turmeric is a lot more than curcumin"
There are 7 double bond isomers of Cannabidiol. Only one, Δ2-cannabidiol, occurs in nature, in its natural form. The other six isomers of Cannabidiol are formed when synthetic Cannabidiol is manufactured, or when Δ2-Cannabidiol is denatured. Δ2-Cannabidiol performs best in the “Bioactivity Test”.Read more "Natural vs Synthetic CBD"
Most products sold in USA as natural are synthetic compounds made in China. Aloe vera is an example of maltodextrin being peddled as “natural Aloe vera”Read more "Why Curare heals – while Aloe Vera from major retailers CVS and Walmart does not!"