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Autoimmune conditions linked to Borrelia infections

Interesting research conducted in Europe has linked Borellia burgdorf infection, more commonly known as Lyme Disease, to a range of autoimmune conditions including Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Scleroderma, Lupus erythematosus as well as chronic fatigue syndrome and ADD.  Furthermore, rather than only being spread by ticks, this research has shown that … Read more

Misleading TV ads

There are several advertising campaigns currently being aired on Australian television that are extremely misleading. The first depicts a person diving under water and likening a narrowing cave to the arteries in our body.  The inference is made that by taking cholesterol-lowering medication you prevent cholesterol plaque from building up and eventually obstructing your blood … Read more

One of many

I just wanted to share with you one of the many uses of eucalyptus essential oil. When painting and renovating, I prefer to avoid enamel paint opting for water based low-toxic products.  However, some jobs just require heavy duty paint.  It seems almost impossible not to get even a little paint on yourself

Pesticides linked to Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is the second-most prevalent neurodegenerative condition in Australia, with an estimated 70,000 Australians living with the disease. Recently, ABC News reported on research showing a cluster of Parkinson’s disease cases in rural Victoria that may be linked to the use of pesticides. Although pesticides may not be the sole cause, researchers have recommended … Read more

Natural Antibiotics

AntiBioBotanical is a broad-spectrum antibiotic, which can be used alone for minor infections or if needed, with a pharmaceutical antibiotic to ensure full removal of bacteria. Pharmaceutical antibiotics will kill most but not all bacteria leaving a small amount antibiotic resistant, AntiBioBotanical supports full elimination of bacteria (including virii and fungi) including Bacillus dysentariae, Staphylococcus … Read more

Pyrroluria – Medical Condition or Biomarker?

Is Pyrroluria a discrete medical condition or is it a biomarker of other pathology? Courtesy of InterClinical Laboratories,we take a look into the history, research findings and treatment options. Detection Hydroxyhemopyrrolin-2-one (HPL) or “mauve factor” was first discovered in 1958 in the urine Dr Hoffer’s psychiatric patients. It was named after the colour it appeared in chromatograph assays. It … Read more

Healing is voltage/frequency

I was recently sent a link to this video.  It is shared here because of the value of the information provided and also because the premise of health aligns with what we do here at True Medicine. Most people have heard of the “mind/body connection” and are aware that emotions affect the way people act. … Read more

Our toxic environment

One of the lesser-known minerals that can have a negative impact on our health is Beryllium. Australian residents not employed in the manufacturing or mining industries represented in Table 1. have a low chance of beryllium exposure. The main source of beryllium contamination for the wider public comes from coal-fired power stations and from the burning … Read more

Infertility on the rise

In Australia, infertility rates are on the rise, with one couple in six experiencing infertility1. Multiple factors have been attributed to declines in fertility rates (worldwide). These include; trying to conceive later in life, obesity, metabolic diseases such as diabetes, and environmental toxins2. The Australian Department of Health, has recorded a shift in the median … Read more