By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness
December 22, 2017
- Miracle spice for all that ails you
- Just as effective as prescription drugs, without the side effects
- Slash pain, protect your heart, boost brainpower… and more!
Most folk remedies have a modicum of truth behind them. And with today’s scientific and technological advances, more and more ancient herbs and spices are being “re-discovered” for their incredible medicinal value.
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In my eyes, one of the most promising is a traditional Indian spice. Back in the day, the ancient Indian medical community used it for all sorts of ailments – eye infections, respiratory problems, wound healing, ulcers and more.
And today, we’re learning that this miracle spice can even tackle some of today’s most devastating health issues. Continue reading