Over 75% of Ayurvedic remedies contain Neem. The tree grows well in subtropical regions of the world including here in West Palm Beach. Every part of the tree can be used – the bark, leaves, and the seeds. Traditionally neem has been uses for a variety of therapeutic purposes. Diabetes. Eye disorders. Parasites Skin disorders. […]

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Dear Friends, I am honored to say that I am a candidate for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) “Man of the Year” campaign. I am writing today to ask for your support in my efforts to help LLS assist patients and families as they battle this disease. In September of 1999, I was diagnosed […]

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  Prior to becoming ill, I lived the Standard American Diet (SAD). This meant consuming copious amounts of meat, dairy and sugar. However, having been a collegiate athlete, I also exercised a great deal. Like many young men, I had a sense of invincibility. I believed that I couldn’t get sick, and that I could […]

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Improving air quality and removing allergies are key factors in designing Oransi high quality HEPA air purifiers. To give some background we have compiled the most recent statistics on allergies and asthma in the U.S. to show you how important fresh, clean air is to millions of Americans. Some of the facts in this infographic […]

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Broccoli is very high in the master antioxidant glutathione and other important nutrients. Like all amino acids glutathione is very heat sensitive and on average is seventy-five percent destroyed by the cooking process. Therefore, broccoli is best eaten raw. Broccoli is a cool weather plant and does best in zones 3-7. Plant in the early […]

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What better way to usher in the spring than with a cool, refreshing, green soup? Ingredients: 3 C. Green Juice (we recommend a blend of sunflower sprout, pea sprout, cucumber, and celery) 1 C. Chopped Celery 1 C. Chopped Cucumber 1/4 C. Chopped Red Onion 1/2 Avocado 2 C. Chopped Fresh Herbs 1 T. Fresh […]

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In August 2011 I was hospitalized with numbness ascending from my feet to mid back, affecting my ability to walk normally. I was having difficulty breathing or feeling internally. I had lost the ability to run, bike, swim, ski and wear heels. I was released from the hospital and told nothing was wrong because my […]

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The delicate white flowers of purple shamrock bloom every year in the middle of March. The word shamrock comes from the Irish word seamróg meaning “little clover”. Shamrock is also known as the “Love Plant” due to its heart shaped leaves and the plant’s association with fertility. St. Patrick used the plant with its leaves […]

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One of the mistakes that any teacher or group leader makes in dispensing information and advice is becoming overzealous in treatment and making blanket statement that convey the impression that there is only one correct way to proceed. Long ago at Hippocrates we fell into these very traps and unconsciously exaggerated the effectiveness or appropriateness of […]

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The rainbow eucalyptus is considered to be one of the most beautiful trees in the world! Each season as the bark peels off in strips it reveals a trunk covered with a vertical rainbow of red, orange, green, blue and gray streaks. The tree will sometimes emit a smog-like mist of vaporized volatile organic compounds called terpenoids. A […]

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Raw Red Pepper Marinara Yield: 4 Cups 1. In a food processor, combine all ingredients. 2. Blend to a smooth consistency. 3. Season to taste.    Nut Cheese 1. Blend in a high speed blender, stirring vigorously.  Crust Yield: 1 Crust 1. In a food processor, combine all the nuts/seeds, psyllium, and dried herbs. 2. […]

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There is a major factor to your overall health that you have probably been overlooking… sleep! Quality sleep isn’t always easy to achieve, and as Brian Clement explains in the Importance of Healthy Sleep many of us sleep so little it is very frightening.  Sleep debt is a real thing, but instead of owing money […]

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Tell a voracious carnivore that you’re going vegan, and the first question he will ask is typically, “How will you get enough protein?” Indeed, while the benefits of a plant-based diet—from a lower incidence of chronic disease, to a smaller carbon footprint and less-expensive trips to the grocery store—are more widely known and accepted than […]

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Sweet Annie (Artemisia Annua) is a highly medicinal flowering herb with an intensive aromatic scent. It is an annual plant that grows tall with fern-like, dark green foliage with cream-colored flower heads. Sweet Annie is also known as sweet sage wort, sweet woodworm, and Chinese woodworm. It is used as foliage for wreaths or as […]

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There are several different measurements today to look at the resources people are using on a daily basis that impact our Earth.   The Ecological Footprint is a comparison of land and water resources used vs. what is needed to replace those resources.  The Carbon Footprint measure the greenhouse gases released due to the use of […]

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Yield: 4 servings This special-occasion recipe is versatile enough to satisfy most group events. Serve it with slices of your favorite vegetables or flax crackers. 1 cup raw sunflower seeds, soaked 8 to 12 hours 1/2 cup raw walnuts, soaked 8 to 12 hours 3 cups mushrooms, coarsely chopped 1 carrot, chopped 1 zucchini, chopped 1 […]

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Here at Hippocrates I am frequently asked by our guests how many sprouts they should plan to grow at home. The chart below will help you determine how many trays of wheatgrass and sprouts to grow each week. Your results will vary based upon several variables that will affect your yield. Everything from the quality […]

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By Tom Fisher RN, BA According to the CDC, in 2013 heart disease was the number one killer in the United States, taking 611,105 lives.  The standard American diet (SAD) has not prevented heart disease in America.  When a diet is too high in sugar, trans fats, oxidized cholesterol, and too low in healthy fats, […]

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Since it is recommended for wheatgrass to be consumed on an empty stomach, we thought it would be best to take this opportunity to briefly discuss fasting. When we speak about fasting with liquid nourishment, we mean the drinking of raw juices such as green juices, and wheatgrass juice during a fast. At the Hippocrates Health Institute, we […]

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Green Power Juice Extractor is easy to clean, thus allowing simple assembly and disassemble. Juice Environment:  With 160 revolutions per minute in low-speed operation, it creates fresh ion-filled juice without damaging the nutritional value from the extracted juice.  Includes fresh juice cup that is made of special 4,200 gauss Neodymium magnet and bio-ceramic panel allows […]

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