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Natural Treatments – TCM Discovery http://www.tcmdiscovery.com Natural ways of heath living Fri, 04 Aug 2017 23:39:30 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.6.9 https://i1.wp.com/www.tcmdiscovery.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/icon.png?fit=32%2C32 Natural Treatments – TCM Discovery http://www.tcmdiscovery.com 32 32 120906926 7 Natural Sources For Nootropics – The Smart Drug http://www.tcmdiscovery.com/7-natural-sources-for-nootropics-the-smart-drug/ Wed, 28 Jun 2017 22:20:10 +0000 http://www.tcmdiscovery.com/?p=83 [...]]]> Commonly known as smart drugs, individuals across the globe have been able to gain general brain health as the natural supplements work to contribute towards improving their mental focus. Nootropics naturally offer long-term potency to individuals who use it to stay alert, focused, and motivated throughout the day. Typically, when individuals take nootropics as supplements, they experience improved mental ability for approximately 8-14 hours.

Are Nootropics Safe?

As a fairly recent trend in mental health and fitness, the use of nootropic drugs to enhance an individual’s mental capacity and capability has been a subject that met with much scepticism. This is noted to arise from a point of misinformation which claims that the use of nootropic drugs for their brain-enhancing capabilities is similar to the use of steroids to enhance physical performance and could, therefore, damage an individual’s brain chemistry.

Contrary to this misconception, it is worth noting that the most common substances and chemicals that are utilized in the creation of nootropic drugs are found naturally is some of the foods we consume on a daily basis and do not cause any harm to an individual’s brain chemistry. As such, this simple fact provides a basis to negate the notion that nootropics are dangerous and should not be consumed.

Nootropics We Consume Naturally without Knowing (and the science behind how they work)

Omega 3 Fatty Acid (Salmon, Tuna)

Omega 3 is an essential fatty acid that creates the protective membranes located around the brain cells that allow the transmission of communicative signals. It is naturally ingested when one consumes oily fish such as tuna or salmon and is noted to improve one’s mood, focus, recall capabilities, and motivation.

Nicotine (Cigarettes, Potatoes, Tomatoes, Green Peppers, Black Tea, Cauliflower)

As a naturally occurring nootropic ingredient, nicotine functions as a stimulant to the hippocampus, and works to enhance one’s memory functions.

Choline (Eggs, Fish, Sesame seeds, shrimp, and Collard Greens)

Choline is a nootropic substance that comprises of three key elements, namely, Vitamin B-3, an amino acid known as methionine, and folic acid. When an individual has low choline levels in their body, they tend to suffer from insomnia, fatigue, and nerve-muscle weakness. Although vitamin B-3 is not typically associated with the brain’s cognitive function or the nervous system, it has a great effect on the body’s overall energy levels because it assists the body to convert consumed food into energy.

L-Phenylalanine (Parmesan Cheese, Soy Foods, Nuts and Seeds, Lean Beef and Lamb, Chicken, Turkey)

Easily found in cheese, soy foods, lamb, chicken, and beef, L-Phenylalanine is an alpha amino acid which is essential in the brain’s biological process of synthesizing serotonin, a neurotransmitter or naturally produced hormone that is noted to control one’s mood. When a person is suffering from an L-phenylalanine deficiency they typically experience mental confusion, lethargy, reduced alertness, depression, and memory impairment. Therefore, L-phenylalanine as a nootropic works in the body to produce both an antidepressant and analgesic effect.

Carnitine (Foods rich in protein such as Lean Beef, Lamb, Chicken, Fish,)

Carnitine offers numerous mental paybacks than when it is consumed in its physical form. This is due to its capability to cross over the brain’s blood barrier. The consumption of mushrooms and vegetables is also noted to provide the brain with Acetyl L-Carnitine which primarily works to bring about the improved production of acetylcholine (a neurotransmitter that is in charge of augmenting an individual’s memory, problem-solving, learning, logical analysis, and cognition capabilities).

Dopamine (Bananas, Soda, Coffee and Green tea

Well renowned to be the world’s most popular drug, caffeine can be found naturally in numerous foods and beverages including soda, coffee, green tea, and bananas. Caffeine contains the nootropic dopamine, which works to produce a wide range of positive impacts on an individual’s brain. This is because dopamine functions as a neurotransmitter and assists the brain’s cells to communicate faster to illicit a feeling of being alert. Dopamine is also a reward-type chemical that has a similar effect as anti-depressant drugs and works to make individuals feel inspired and motivated to work towards achieving any set goals.

L-Theanine (Green Tea)

Known as the second most widely consumed beverage, green tea contains the best nootropics, a chemical known as L-Theanine. The substance induces a relaxing effect in individuals who consume it without the typical drowsiness associated with other stress-relieving drugs. It is thus considered to be a great stress reliever.

Nootropics For Focus

Pramiracetam: Being up to 30 times stronger than the original piracetam, it is the most potent of the main nootropics. and has more benefits on the human memory, creativity, levels of focus, energy, and overall cognition. Consume the standard 250mg to 500mg dosage per day. Too much can actually make you feel very tired

Nootropics For Stress

L-Theanine:  an amino acid that can naturally be found in green tea, the reason why it is often cited for its anti-stress benefits. But how exactly does it work? It basically induces two neurotransmitters that work as a downer and upper control for the brain. These neurotransmitters are GABA and glutamate.


All in all, it is quite clear that some of the most popular consumables or foods naturally contain the most common nootropic elements that effectively work to boost an individual’s mental capabilities. Therefore, the claim that nootropics are harmful to an individual’s brain chemistry is a blatant misconception as numerous nootropic elements are naturally consumed on a daily basis without producing any harmful side-effects in those who ingest them.

6 natural treatments for cancer http://www.tcmdiscovery.com/6-natural-treatments-for-cancer/ Tue, 06 Dec 2016 12:25:45 +0000 http://www.tcmdiscovery.com/?p=50 [...]]]> With all the latest treatment in cancer and chemotherapy, there are also proven alternative remedies that are just as effective. However, federal and state agencies are trying to maintain the monopoly of medical no matter how effective natural methods can be.

So what could you say to someone who has just been diagnosed with cancer? While you may not have the words to make them feel better, also know that there is hope and that there are cures that do work. 

Here are six natural treatments for cancer. 

1. Gerson Therapy and Juicing

According to Dr. Max Gerson, he described the natural treatment as the body’s ability to heal itself through natural activation. This means the patients consumed organic, plant-based foods, beef liver, raw juices, coffee enemas, and natural supplements. 

The Gerson Therapy targets the metabolic requirements in the body and allows you to reap the nutritional benefits of eating as much as fifteen pounds of organic produce every day. The Gerson Diet consists of eating only organic produce such as fruits, vegetables, and grains. The diet is rich in minerals, enzymes, and vitamins. It is low in fat, sodium, and protein as well.

The meal plan includes drinking 12-13 glasses of freshly-made squeezed juice, three plant-based meals, and fresh fruits as snacks a day. The traditional Gerson Therapy recommends juicing raw foods to provide the most efficient way to gather the best quality of nutrition.

The Gerson therapy also uses coffee enemas as the primary method of detoxing the body by increasing the parasympathetic nervous system. Generally, patients are required to take up to five medicines daily. This helps to keep the body rid of toxins.

2. Vitamin C Chelation Therapy

Chelation therapy uses natural compounds to get rid of toxic metals from the body. While this is not an officially approved therapy, holistic doctors have encouraged the use of the therapy. In a published study conducted by the Free Radical Biology & Medicine, the therapy was found to be extremely pro-oxidant after one just one hour of treatment. This can last as much as sixteen treatments and even provide long-term effects in antioxidants. 

3. Vitamin D3 and Sunlight

Science supports the fact of high amounts of healthy vitamins and minerals are the secret to reducing the risk of cancer. Studies show that vitamin D is known to be one of the best natural cancer treatments. One study with over 1,000 postmenopausal women evaluated tracked their calcium supplement intake. The results revealed that just twelve months of vitamin D3 supplements decreased the risk of cancer development by as much as 77%. 

4. Curcumin and Turmeric


The connection between disease and curcumin has been thoroughly examined as the spice has revealed the anti-cancer effects of curcumin. The best results have proved that curcumin is able to destroy cancer cells as well as prevent more cells from developing further growth. It has shown itself to have positive effects on bowel cancer, breast cancer, skin cancer, and stomach cancer.

Clinical studies have shown that the spice interferes with the development, growth and spread of cancer. Turmeric also works well in stopping cancer cells and treating colon, breast, and skin cancer effectively.

5. Hyperbaric Chambers and Oxygen Therapy

According to Dr. Warburg, the cause of the disease is due to oxygen deficiency in the body. This creates an acidic state. He discovered that cancer cells are unable to breathe oxygen and are not able to survive in increased levels of oxygen. Antioxidants have the power to destroy free radicals in the body as well as oxidative chronic disease. 

The hyperbaric oxygen chamber’s air pressure is nearly three times greater than normal pressure in the region. This can cause the blood to transfer oxygen to the tissues and organs in the body. 

6. Cannabis

The medical use of Cannabis has been used for centuries all over the world. When Cannabis is distilled in oil extract, it has been proven to be successful in treating cancer. One of the primary reasons why Cannabis is becoming more endorses in the United States is due to the evidence from scientific research and anecdotal cures. 

Being diagnosed with cancer isn’t the end. It is only the beginning and a standing chance for you to fight for your health in the most natural way. Consider these natural treatments as an alternative to western medicine and chemotherapy. 

Have you or someone you loved been diagnosed with cancer? Have you considered using herbal medicine and other natural methods to help treat cancer? Comment below and let us know!