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February 28, 2023

Natural Alternatives for Your Total Health

March 2023

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“The natural healing force within each one of us is the greatest force in getting well.” ~Hippocrates









Rooted in ayurveda, nanocellopathy is one such treatment protocol that incorporates the therapeutic properties of plant extract-based oil serums, which maintain the balance of various bodily functions

In a world ridden with new and strange diseases, alternate medical systems are a redeeming feature. Rooted in ayurveda, nanocellopathy is one such treatment protocol that incorporates the therapeutic properties of plant extract-based oil serums, which are applied topically to maintain the balance of various bodily functions. 

New-Age Antidote

Based on the 13th century Sarangdhar Samhita, ayurveda nanocellopathy is being increasingly approached for its simple, safe, and easy-to-administer process. It’s a non-invasive treatment and the potions are easily absorbed into the body’s tissues.

Without any toxic chemicals, the formulations have fewer side effects too. “Nanocellopathy taps into the inherent synergy of nano plant and herb extracts such as curcumin, quercetin, Nigella sativa, resveratrol, piperine, and Ginkgo biloba in the form of serum oils. It’s a standardised, scientific, chemicals-free approach that stimulates the body’s natural healing process, while simultaneously limiting the need for repeated treatments,” says Delhi-based acharya Manish Kaul.

Women,This One Is ForYou

A flourishing segment within nanocellopathy treatment is pertaining to women’s health, of which reproductive well-being is a big part.

“Plant nanocellopathy oils are being increasingly used to treat women’s health issues such as hormonal imbalances, dysmenorrhea, fibroids and endometriosis, offering a natural cure-all,” says Kaul, adding, “Nano extracts such as tulsi, palmarosa and Calendula officinalis leaves are put into balms for breast care to stimulate the lymphatic system and improve blood circulation.

Nano extracts of satavari, vidari, and ashwagandha are used to strengthen hormonal function, while extracts of soy, kudzu, licorice, and flaxseed are used for relief from menopausal symptoms.”

While serums for women’s health may have the lion’s share of consumption, according to Kaul, nanocellopathy is also used to manage arthritis, migraine, sinus, and the common flu, in addition to brain and nervous issues such as boosting memory, treating Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, digestion troubles such as bacterial infections, piles, and hemorrhoids. It also assists in treating lung infections, allergies, fever, dry cough, and body pain. 

Next time, give nano a shot.





Written by: GMI Research Group
This article is copyrighted by GreenMedInfo LLC, 2022

From algae to common spices in the kitchen, here are five ingredients for the natural detoxification of heavy metals and toxins that are common in everyday life

Whether you're looking for a post-holiday, winter hibernation fix-up or a year-round wellness solution, you can enhance the natural detoxification system of your body. Various whole foods including cruciferous vegetables, berries, garlic, soy and spices like turmeric are popular for detoxification support in functional medicine models of care.

Natural steps such as sweating and taking probiotics are also considered helpful in detoxifying dangerous metals and petrochemicals, which commonly persist as silent invaders in daily life. Let's have a look at some time-tested, evidence-based ways that you can use natural detoxifiers for a healthy year ahead.

1. Astaxanthin

Astaxanthin is one of the most potent antioxidants found in nature. A xanthophyll carotenoid with blood-red pigment, astaxanthin has been widely explored for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and immune-enhancing properties, along with beneficial effects on DNA repair.

Astaxanthin supplementation for four weeks was found to increase blood levels of the antioxidant glutathione in active young men. In an animal study, this marine biocompound emerged as a critical agent in protecting the brain against neuroinflammation and oxidative stress induced by environmental tobacco smoke.

2. Chlorella

Heavy metal toxicity poses serious human health risks. Exposure to pollutants, xenobiotics and heavy metals such as mercury and lead can affect the levels and activities of antioxidants and enzymes in the body. The algae chlorella offers numerous nutritional benefits and helps enhance the elimination of these heavy metals.

It reduced the half-life of chlordecone, an organochlorine insecticide, from 40 to 19 days and contributed to the removal of heavy metals in patients with long-term dental titanium implants and amalgam (mercury) fillings.

In young Korean adults, chlorella supplementation detoxified carcinogenic heterocyclic amines (HCAs).A 2015 study also showed that it helped women detoxify cancer-causing polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), a class of chemicals produced when coal, gas, wood, garbage or tobacco is burned, through epigenetic modulation.

3. Garlic

Garlic has a long history of medicinal use, as well as a culinary history as a staple in cooking. Its major component allicin, besides showing remarkable antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial activity, is thought to play a role in its antioxidant and detoxification capabilities.

Garlic appeared safer clinically and as effective as the drug d-penicillamine in treating mild to moderate lead poisoning. Clinical improvement was significant in a number of symptoms such as irritability, headache, decreased deep tendon reflex and mean systolic blood pressure after treatment with garlic but not drug therapy, wrote the researchers.

Along with onion, garlic also exhibited anticancer properties partly due to its ability to induce phase II detoxification enzymes. A separate study suggested that this effect may be partly due to organosulfur compounds in garlic, such as sodium 2-propenyl thiosulfate (2PTS).

4. Broccoli Sprouts

Broccoli sprouts, or baby broccoli plants, are cruciferous vegetables that may aid in natural detoxification. Broccoli, along with its phytochemical sulforaphane, may activate enzymes that may protect against toxicity from PAHs. Broccoli sprout extract may protect the liver from different types of xenobiotic substances by inducing detoxification enzymes and glutathione synthesis.

A small amount of broccoli sprouts may also help protect against chemical carcinogens. "[S]mall quantities of crucifer sprouts may protect against the risk of cancer as effectively as much larger quantities of mature vegetables of the same variety," wrote the researchers of a 1997 study.

In animal studies, broccoli sprouts also attenuated oxidative stress from alcohol consumption. Thus they may protect the liver by increasing antioxidant capacity and downregulating associated stress.

5. Green Tea

Green tea offers not just a soothing beverage, but also acts as a shield from some everyday toxins. According to animal studies, green tea and matcha green tea can reduce the adverse effects of lead as well as lower gastrointestinal tract absorption of common offenders such as polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), polychlorinated dibenzofurans (PCDFs) and dioxins.

In the aging brain of animal models, catechins from green tea also protected against declining glutathione peroxidase levels and the ensuing age-related oxidative damage.

The GMI Research Group (GMIRG) is dedicated to investigating the most important health and environmental issues of the day.  Special emphasis will be placed on environmental health.  Our focused and deep research will explore the many ways in which the present condition of the human body directly reflects the true state of the ambient environment.

The doctor of the future will be oneself.― Albert Schweitzer


The shedding of dead skin cells from the scalp, resulting in the appearance of white or yellow flakes in the hair and on clothing, is a prevalent scalp condition known as dandruff.

For many, it can be an embarrassing and uncomfortable problem. People turn to anti dandruff shampoos and other chemical based treatments, but these products can be harmful for the scalp and may not work for everyone.

Fortunately, there are other ways to treat it. Here are some of the most effective natural remedies for dandruff:

Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is a natural antifungal and antimicrobial agent that can help to kill the fungus that causes dandruff. 

Direction of use: Mix a few drops into your shampoo and massage it into your scalp. Let it sit on the scalp for a few minutes before washing it out. 

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar has natural acids that can help to balance the pH of your scalp, which can help to reduce dandruff. 

Direction of use: Dilute it with water in equal parts, and apply the mixture to your scalp. Allow the mixture to sit on your scalp for a few minutes before washing it off. 

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera has natural antifungal properties that can help to reduce dandruff. 

Direction of use: Apply aloe vera gel directly to your scalp, and leave it on for a few minutes before rinsing it out. Repeat this process two times in a week.

Baking Soda

Baking soda is a natural exfoliant that can help to remove dead skin cells from your scalp, which can help to reduce dandruff. 

Direction of use: Create a paste by mixing a tablespoon of baking soda with water and applying it to the scalp. After leaving it on for a few minutes, rinse it off thoroughly. Repeat this process once a week.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil has natural moisturizing properties that can help to soothe an itchy, dry scalp, which can help to reduce dandruff. 

Direction of use: Gently massage coconut oil onto your scalp, and let it sit for a few hours before washing it off. It is recommended to repeat this process once or twice per week.


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The Herbalist’s Path of Illuminated Wellbeing: Discover How Herbs & Contemplative Practices Can Optimize Your 9 Power Centers

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Explore the Physics of Sound for Healing Yourself & Others: How to Use Frequency, Vibration & Harmonics to Dissolve Dense Energy & Attain Higher States of Awareness.

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Discover the Science Behind Your Heart’s Intelligence: Experience a Heart Coherence Practice to Shift from Stress & Negativity to Calm & Wellbeing. 

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