As I describe in my new book on cancer, Cancer and the New Biology of Water, virtually ALL of the natural cancer remedies work directly on the watery environment in our bodies and in our cells. One of the most prominent and well-researched natural substances for cancer is the turmeric rhizome.
Hundreds of studies show how turmeric and its main flavonoid, curcumin, protect us against cancer. Most of them miss the simple fact that one of the main things that distorts our intracellular gels and therefore produces a distorted intracellular and intranuclear environment is the introduction of toxins into our tissues and cells. Turmeric has the well-documented ability to detoxify our cells because of its ability to stimulate the flow of bile out of the body. The bile is the carrier of these toxins to be excreted, so more bile flow means fewer toxins in the body. This is why turmeric is such a foundational medicine for all of the disease conditions that result from cellular toxicity — basically, almost all diseases.
As I have repeatedly stated, the best way to use turmeric is to eat it as a food. This means using the best quality turmeric, such as our Turmeric Powder, which is grown on small, beyond-organic farms on the island of Maui and stored in Miron jars to protect its energetic qualities. Dissolve in ghee or coconut oil as the base for cooking meats and vegetables. A small pinch of black pepper added at the end also improves absorption. Turmeric is most effective when used daily and in significant amounts, at least 1 teaspoon a day.
Tom Cowan, M.D.
Are you foot-loose and fancy-free when it comes to cooking up a storm in the kitchen? Do you like to create your own masterpieces with tried and tested recipes? If so, you might relish this slightly healthier version of traditional Scotch eggs.
Scotch eggs were invented by Fortnum & Mason, an old-fashioned department store established in 1707 in the UK. This surprisingly simple yet delicious recipe has two main ingredients: eggs and pork sausage meat. It makes perfect picnic food, travels well, and can be eaten hot or cold.
Being in the garden is healing. Digging in the soil with bare hands and feet while soaking up the sunshine. Fresh water washing the toes via the hose. Where bees are buzzing, hummingbirds fluttering, buds a-blooming and beans are growing.