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I ran out and bought cumin, coriander, fennel from Asian supermarket cheap in plastic bags. Seems to make me feel better already.
How Ayurvedic Medicine Principles Can Be Integrated into Neurology:
Learn how a neurologist re-discovered the importance of Ayurvedic approaches when she found that her own migraines did not respond to the medications she prescribed for her patients.
This experience convinced her to start incorporating principles from Ayurvedic medicine into treating her own patients.
She was pleased that this integration worked so well that she treated patients with
Parkinson’s disease and
migraine headaches with a combination of dietary adjustment, behavioral change and stress management along with medication.
you’ll discover why the Ayurvedic proverb,
“What you eat becomes your mind,” should be taken seriously by 21st century Americans.
The Prime tea Dr. Chaudhary describes is made of cumin, coriander and fennel seeds. Tasty! Could it be your first step to spontaneous weight loss?
Kulreet Chaudhary, MD, is an integrative neurologist, with combined expertise in modern neurology and ancient Ayurveda.
former director o Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla, CA
20 clinical research studies of conditions including
MS multiple sclerosis,
ALS, Parkinson’s disease and
diabetic peripheral neuropathy.
Cumin, Coriander and Fennel Tea is one of the simplest and most famous formulas for detoxification, weight loss, and burning up that excess of spring moisture.
revitalizing yet mild blend gets right to the point, helping to warm up your circulation and clear out water retention
flushing action simultaneously cleanses the urinary tract and reduces water weight.
stokes metabolism and digestion, restoring vitality
detoxification process and purifies the blood.
restores tone and tightness to swollen spring tissues.
reduces agitation and inflammation
restores a calm clarity mind.