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Anti - aging substances
« on: November 23, 2012, 02:51:15 PM »
Years ago I read that in ancient Egypt the people drank chamomile tea for its anti - aging properties.
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Re: Anti - aging substances
« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2012, 03:11:35 PM »
http://undergroundhealthreporter.com/coq10-benefits-and-anti-aging-properties#axzz2BPCiB0dY

CoQ10 Anti-Aging Benefits: Can This New Form of CoQ10 
Make You Younger?

Danica Collins |

Dr. Tatsumasa Mae, a renowned doctor of Biomedicine, who’s widely acknowledged as the world’s leading CoQ10 researcher, recently conducted a study comparing the anti-aging properties of … the conventional form of CoQ10 … versus the new, highly absorbable form called Accel CoQ10.
 
The results of his study were nothing short of miraculous

The test mice from Group 2, who were taking conventional CoQ10, were still alive — but they showed some signs of aging. These mice lived longer than those that didn’t take CoQ10 at all — but when they died, they had similar conditions.
 
The test mice from Group 3, who were taking Accel CoQ10, showed the most astonishing results. They were not just alive — they actually looked younger than the mice in the other groups!

The Accel mice also had more energy. They were running around in their cages with all the vigor of mice half their age — and they were able to run continuously on their treadmills two and a half times longer than mice from Group 2. And in spite of being “old” (for mice), they showed almost no signs of aging. After a year, the “super mice” on Accelaged 22% slower than mice taking conventional CoQ10.
 

This may quite possibly be …
“…the most critical health discovery since Dr. Karl Folkers 
first identified CoQ10 benefits back in 1958.”
 
If you’re like most people, you probably don’t mind getting older “in years.” What you do mind is the progressive deterioration of your body, the loss of youthful energy, and looking older as you age.
But that if you could …
 •Feel as energetic as a teenager well into your 60′s and 70′s?
 •Slow down the aging process, reduce wrinkles
 and protect your skin from the photo-aging effects of sunlight?
 •Strengthen your heart and have better cardiovascular health?
 •Improve your memory and enhance your learning abilities?
 •Have clearer vision, healthy gums and bronchial health?
 •Enable your body to burn fat more effectively?
 •Retain the power of youth well into your old age?
 
If you could do all of the above, I’m betting you wouldn’t mind getting older, would you?
 
And that’s exactly what is possible with Accel CoQ10. This new form of CoQ10 is 8 times more potent than the conventional store-bought CoQ10 and has already been shown to slow the aging process by up to 51%!
CoQ10 benefits have rightfully been one of the most celebrated nutrients of the past few decades. Some people even claim it’s a medical miracle.
 
But sadly, hordes of people who have flocked to health food stores to buy CoQ10 became disillusioned when they started taking the supplement and found out …
 

“It doesn’t work!”
 .
That’s because most brands of CoQ10 sold on the market are the oxidized version — that is, they use an inexpensive form of the enzyme called ubiquinone. When you swallow ordinary CoQ10 pills, your body first has to reduce the compound to ubiquinol — the most biologically active form of coenzyme Q10. Only then can you absorb the CoQ10 as a nutrient that can power your cellular metabolism.
 
However, as you grow older, you progressively lose the ability to reduce ubiquinone … and when you’re over the age of 50, your body is no longer able to absorb this form of CoQ10 at all. When this happens, CoQ10 never makes it to your cells — and consequently, you get none of the benefits!
 
Accel CoQ10 has already been reduced to ubiquinol before you ingest it. This eliminates the need for your body to reduce it, and enables you to absorb Accel directly into your bloodstream where it can do you the most good.
 
This is not just a theory or hopeful speculation. The science behind this new discovery is published and peer reviewed. The health benefits of Accel are scientifically validated.
 
So … although there’s nothing you can do to stop the hands of time, there’s something you can do to stop the havoc that time wreaks on your body. Instead of becoming progressively slow, weak and feeble every day — you’ll crank up your body’s ability to produce energy. And you’ll be able to keep the mental and physical abilities you’ve enjoyed all your life … and even look younger … simply by taking one caplet of this new form of CoQ10 a day.
 
Go to the following webpage to read the full story, and to experience the anti-aging effects of Accel for yourself:  http://www.primalforce.net/accelbb/
 

Further Related Reading:
 •Accel with Tocotrienols – CoQ10 Benefits – Primal Force
 •The Shocking Secrets and Benefits of CoQ10
 •Superoxide Dismutase Benefits One of the Most Important Things You Can Do To Live Longer
 
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http://undergroundhealthreporter.com/coq10-benefits-and-anti-aging-properties#axzz2BPCiB0dY

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Re: Anti - aging substances
« Reply #2 on: January 10, 2013, 10:38:42 AM »
PS I have personally used the chamomile tea and the Coenzyme Q10 and it did reverse aging for me. That is my subjective observation.
My only problem is just sticking with it. I notice the benefits as soon as I get back on these things.
Currently taking 100 mg of  COQ10.
The best COQ10 was a powdered variety sold in a doctor/naturopathic doc's office. Light yellow powder. I do not remember the brand.
(MD, Naturopathy and chiropractic in one office.)
Any kind I have used no matter how cheap has helped me. IMHO.  :)

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« Last Edit: January 10, 2013, 10:57:01 AM by Yowbarb »

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Re: Anti - aging substances
« Reply #3 on: January 11, 2013, 04:36:22 AM »
Thanks for that info Barb!  I'm defintely going to try that new CoQ10, I'm just about out of the regular.  Since I have been taking it again, I do seem to feel better.  Thanks Again!

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Re: Anti - aging substances
« Reply #4 on: January 11, 2013, 05:37:46 PM »
Ive been taking it since roughly August. Cant tell for certain.

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Re: Anti - aging substances
« Reply #5 on: January 15, 2013, 06:59:20 AM »
Thanks for that info Barb!  I'm defintely going to try that new CoQ10, I'm just about out of the regular.  Since I have been taking it again, I do seem to feel better.  Thanks Again!

Oh, that's great you are taking it!
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Re: Anti - aging substances
« Reply #6 on: January 15, 2013, 07:08:27 AM »
Ive been taking it since roughly August. Cant tell for certain.
I hope it works well for you. Maybe helps to take with food?
Adding foods rich in CoQ10 is a good idea too...
Yowbarb Note:    Non -animal sources are broccoli, what germ and brewers yeast.

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http://www.livestrong.com/article/256149-what-foods-are-rich-in-coq10/

Meat and Fish
Relatively good food-based sources of CoQ10 include animal products such as beef, pork and chicken with organ meats such as the heart ranking highest. Oily fish such as sardines, herring, salmon and mackerel offer useful quantities of dietary CoQ10. According to the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University, a 3 oz. serving of fried beef contains 2.6 mg of CoQ10 with herring offering 2.3 mg and fried chicken 1.4 mg. Getting all the CoQ10 needed from food presents challenges because of the relatively low amounts available even in foods with the highest content values.

Oils
Two cooking oils provide CoQ10: canola and soybean. Soybean oil contains polyunsaturated fatty acids and a tbsp of soybean oil provides 1.3 mg of CoQ10. To ensure a healthy lifestyle, stay away from hydrogenated soybean oils; select instead the new, low-saturate soybean varieties. Nutritionists and health care providers including those from MayoClinic.com recommend canola oil for its low saturated fat and high proportion of monounsaturated fat. A tablespoon of canola oil provides 1 mg of CoQ10.

Fruits and Vegetables
Small amounts of CoQ10---less than .5 mg per serving---come from fruits and vegetables. The best sources include spinach, cauliflower and broccoli with strawberries a distant fourth providing only .1 mg in a 1/2 cup serving. Although frying vegetables reduces CoQ10 by approximately 14 to 32 percent, the vegetable's CoQ10 content did not change when boiled. Adding pistachios or peanuts to vegetable dishes increases the CoQ10 available.

Although the amount of CoQ10 obtainable from food seems small, research indicates that the body's ability to create CoQ10 combined with a healthy diet ensures that most people do not have a deficiency.

Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/256149-what-foods-are-rich-in-coq10/#ixzz2I3aXryN9


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Re: Anti - aging substances
« Reply #7 on: January 15, 2013, 07:36:41 AM »
Yowbarb Note: I had heard years ago that canola oil is not good. I will have to look into it.
In the statement from the Mayo Clinic the canola oil is recommended as a source of CoQ10.
In THIS article, olive oil is listed as a food source of COQ10. Article also mentions canola oil...again not sure it is any good to consume...Neither article mentions beef heart. For those who eat meat, beef heart tastes similar to steak.
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http://www.healthdiaries.com/eatthis/10-food-sources-of-coenzyme-q10-coq10.html

Health Diaries/10 Food Sources of Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10)

Published on April 4, 2011

10 Food Sources of Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10)
 
Published on April 4, 2011

CoQ10 is a coenzyme that plays a crucial role in the functioning of a healthy body. Research has found it to be beneficial for many different health conditions, including Parkinson's disease, heart disease, and migraines. CoQ10 supplements are widely available, but did you know that it is present in many foods as well?

Here are 10 food sources of CoQ10.

Peanuts
Peanuts contain about 7 mg of CoQ10 per 100 grams or 30 mg per pound.

Beef
Organic grass - fed beef contains about 5 mg per 6 oz serving.

Soybean Oil
Soybean oil contains 3.9 mg per tablespoon.

Chicken
Organic chicken contains about 3 mg per 6 oz serving.

Olive Oil
Olive oil contains 2.5-3.5 mg per 4 tablespoon serving.

Sesame Seeds
Sesame seeds contain about 1.8-2.5 mg per 4 oz serving.

Avocado
Avocado contains about 2 mg per avocado (200 g).

Spinach
Spinach contains 1-3 mg per cup.

Grapeseed Oil
Grapeseed oil contains 1-2 mg per tablespoon.

Canola Oil
Canola oil contains 1 mg per tablespoon

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Yowbarb Note:
This page below has a spicy steamed broccoli recipe and other goodies...

http://tofufortwo.net/2008/04/07/spicy-stir-steamed-broccoli-with-cashews/


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Re: Anti - aging substances
« Reply #8 on: January 15, 2013, 09:09:15 AM »
OK here is some data on canola oil. Data is data this is not necessarily true or not.
Sounds true!
The first thing I have looked up on it... Bottom line in this article canola oil has trans fats and is not healthy for a number of reasons.
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"Most canola oil undergoes a process of caustic refining, degumming, bleaching, and deoderization, all using high heat and questionable chemicals." 

"..some of the omega-3 content of canola oil to be transformed into" trans fats.

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http://www.truthaboutabs.com/the-canola-oil-deception.html

The Canola Oil Marketing Deception -
 
Have you been lied to about the health benefits of canola oil?
 
by Mike Geary, Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Nutrition Specialist
Author of best selling program:  The Truth About Six Pack Abs
 

If you've been following my fitness newsletters for some time, you may have noticed that I NEVER include canola oil in any of my recipes or any of my lists of healthy foods.
 
Many people have asked me why, because all they hear in the mainstream media is that canola oil is "heart healthy" and a good source of monounsaturated fats similar to olive oil.
 
Well, first of all, you need to realize that much of what you hear in the mainstream media has been influenced by heavy handed marketing tactics by big food companies.  Canola oil is cheap for them to produce so they want to fool you into thinking it's a "health oil" so that people, restaurants, etc will buy it up as their main oil of choice.
 
The dirty truth about canola oil
 
Yes, it's true that canola oil is high in monounsaturates, but let me explain why canola oil is anything but "healthy".
 
Canola oil is made from something called rapeseed. Rapeseed actually had to be bred over the years to reduce the percentage of a problematic component of rapeseed, which is erucic acid.
 
Important note on canola oil "urban legends":  There is a problem with most websites that DEFEND canola oil, saying that internet "urban legends" on the dangers of canola oil are unfounded.  The problem is that these websites that defend canola oil ONLY talk about the issue of erucic acid.  The issue of erucic acid IS an urban legend, because erucic acid has been bred out to very low levels over the years, so it is a non-issue.
 
However, these websites that defend canola oil are barking up the wrong tree because they don't address the issue of the processing of canola oil and oxidation of the polyunsaturated component of canola oil, which is what makes it unhealthy for human consumption.  THAT'S the real issue that they either don't understand (because they are not nutrition experts) or are simply ignoring.
 
Let's look at the REAL issues with canola oil:
 
Canola oil typically ranges between 55-65% monounsaturated fat and between 28-35% polyunsaturated fat, with just a small amount of saturated fat.
 
While we've been led to believe that high monounsaturated fat oils are good for us (which they are in the case of virgin olive oil or from unprocessed nuts or seeds), the fact is that canola oil has more detriments than it does benefits.
 
As you may have heard me talk about in other newsletters or in my Truth about Six Pack Abs program... one of the biggest problems with highly processed and refined vegetable oils such as corn oil, soybean oil, and yes, even canola oil, is that the polyunsaturated component of the oil is highly unstable under heat, light, and pressure, and this heavily oxidizes the polyunsaturates which increases free radicals in your body.
 
The end result of all of this refining and processing are oils that are highly inflammatory in your body when you ingest them, potentially contributing to heart disease, weight gain, and other degenerative diseases.
 
The reason that extra virgin olive oil is good for you is that it is cold pressed without the use of heat and solvents to aid extraction. EVOO also contains important antioxidants that help protect the stability of the oil.
 
Canola oil, on the other hand, is typically extracted and refined using high heat, pressure, and petroleum solvents such as hexane. Most canola oil undergoes a process of caustic refining, degumming, bleaching, and deoderization, all using high heat and questionable chemicals.
 
Does canola even have trans fats?
 
Even worse, all of this high heat, high pressure processing with solvents actually forces some of the omega-3 content of canola oil to be transformed into trans fats.
 
According to Dr. Mary Enig, PhD, and Nutritional Biochemist, "Although the Canadian government lists the trans fat content of canola at a minimal 0.2 percent, research at the University of Florida at Gainesville, found trans fat levels as high as 4.6 percent in commercial liquid canola oil".
 
And this is the crap that they are marketing to you as a "healthy oil"!
 
As you can see from the details above on how canola oil is processed, it is barely any healthier for you than other junk oils like soybean oil or corn oil.  The bottom line is that it is an inflammatory oil in your body and should be avoided as much as possible.
 
The only canola oil that might be reasonable is if you see that it is "cold pressed" and organic. Most canola oil is NOT cold pressed or organic, so you might as well choose oils that you know are healthier.
 
Your best bets are these truly healthy oils:
 •extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) - for lower temperature cooking or used as a healthy salad dressing oil
 •Udo's Choice Oil Blend - NEVER use this for cooking as it has a higher polyunsaturated fat content (therefore heat destroys the benefits of this oil, and increases it's inflammatory properties), but it is a cold processed blend of healthy oils that mixes well with olive oil for salad dressings.
 •Virgin coconut oil - great for all temperatures of cooking due to its super high stability under heat.  A great source of healthy saturated fats in the form of medium chain triglycerides (MCTs), one of which is Lauric Acid, which helps support the immune system and is lacking in most western diets.
 •Organic grass-fed butter - I like to use a mix of grass-fed butter, coconut oil, and a small bit of olive oil for most of my cooking. Grass-fed butter is a great source of the healthy fat, CLA, which has even been shown in studies to have muscle building and fat burning properties.  Grass-fed butter also has a much healthier omega-6 to omega-3 ratio than standard butter at your grocery store.  Kerrygold Irish butter is my favorite grass-fed butter.
 
So don't be fooled by food labels claiming that they contain "healthy canola oil"... as you can see, this couldn't be further from the truth!  Choose some of the healthier options above and your body will thank you!
 
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Re: Anti - aging substances
« Reply #9 on: August 07, 2013, 07:50:36 PM »
Ive been taking it since roughly August. Cant tell for certain.

I hope you stick with it and it helps you a lot. Some brands are better, no doubt. My personal experience is they all helped me.. Try to buy some which does (not ) have propylene glycol as an additive.
They started putting that in vitamins for a smoother coating... Not necessary and it is linked to cancer...so best to avoid that. I have come across dozens of brands of COQ10 without propolene glycol...

Reference on propolene glycol (or any additive with "prop" in it: 
The Cure For All Cancers by Regehr RN, Ph.D
« Last Edit: August 07, 2013, 08:28:33 PM by Yowbarb »

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Re: Anti - aging substances
« Reply #10 on: January 04, 2017, 12:38:45 PM »
PS I have personally used the chamomile tea and the Coenzyme Q10 and it did reverse aging for me. That is my subjective observation.
My only problem is just sticking with it. I notice the benefits as soon as I get back on these things.
Currently taking 100 mg of  COQ10.
The best COQ10 was a powdered variety sold in a doctor/naturopathic doc's office. Light yellow powder. I do not remember the brand.
(MD, Naturopathy and chiropractic in one office.)
Any kind I have used no matter how cheap has helped me. IMHO.  :)

- Yowbarb

PS it was powdered Q10 and in a capsule. I think it was a vegetarian gelatin capsule.
That had the best effect.
That said every type of Q10 I have purchased has helped even the 10 mg little bottles (Twin Labs) I got in LA. at a health food store.
One thing to watch for many brands now have junk added I even saw propylene glycol (a carcinogenic used to moisten vites and foods.)
I get a bulk kind from COSTCO, 100 mg works best for me...
The powdered within a capsule was the best.

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Re: Anti - aging substances
« Reply #11 on: January 04, 2017, 03:16:07 PM »
PS I have personally used the chamomile tea and the Coenzyme Q10 and it did reverse aging for me. That is my subjective observation.
My only problem is just sticking with it. I notice the benefits as soon as I get back on these things.
Currently taking 100 mg of  COQ10.
The best COQ10 was a powdered variety sold in a doctor/naturopathic doc's office. Light yellow powder. I do not remember the brand.
(MD, Naturopathy and chiropractic in one office.)
Any kind I have used no matter how cheap has helped me. IMHO.  :)

- Yowbarb

PS it was powdered Q10 and in a capsule. I think it was a vegetarian gelatin capsule.
That had the best effect.
That said every type of Q10 I have purchased has helped even the 10 mg little bottles (Twin Labs) I got in LA. at a health food store.
One thing to watch for many brands now have junk added I even saw propylene glycol (a carcinogenic used to moisten vites and foods.)
I get a bulk kind from COSTCO, 100 mg works best for me...
The powdered within a capsule was the best.
Another source of Q10 or Coenzyme Q10 is found in the process of our eating dark green leafy veggies, then allowing for skin exposure to the sun, and during that process the sun shining on the skin, under which the blood courses, causes some of the micronutrients from the digestion of greens to form CoQ10.

It's probably not that easy for northerners in the winter to get much direct sun-on-skin exposure, but it's a thought for warmer months, and those living in warmer climates.  Am fairly certain I read this on greenmedinfo.com.

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« Reply #12 on: January 04, 2017, 10:40:18 PM »
first of all, thank y'all for this thread and the ideas.
secondly, i have been collecting data on the matter of longevity and immortality for many years; i invite those interested to visit the link.

I have been thinking about ordering Co-enzyme Q10 after having heard so many glowing reviews on it. One thing to mention off the bat: apparently Q10 works much better with a good amount of Vit. C and therefore it should always be taken with a good dose of this; this is particularly a matter of finances, for Vit. C is cheap and Q10 is expensive; therefore one does well to do both.

According to the most cutting edge research of hormones i have come across (and one should realize that a whole lot of hormonal research is changing daily), what chamomile tea does is stop the body from turning testosterone into female hormones. You must understand, that a lot of times people either increase or add testosterone but then the body just converts it into things like estrogen and the end result is no increase in testosterone levels or even an increase in estrogen levels...

The connection between chamomille and Q10 is unknown to me but it's worth giving a try; there is so much still unknown in this arena [even by so-called experts!] that if you have a recommendation based on personal experience, you might take it very seriously.

I'm not a tea drinker myself but i always use chamomille when brewing mead
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Re: Anti - aging substances
« Reply #13 on: January 04, 2017, 11:32:55 PM »
PS I have personally used the chamomile tea and the Coenzyme Q10 and it did reverse aging for me. That is my subjective observation.
My only problem is just sticking with it. I notice the benefits as soon as I get back on these things.
Currently taking 100 mg of  COQ10.
The best COQ10 was a powdered variety sold in a doctor/naturopathic doc's office. Light yellow powder. I do not remember the brand.
(MD, Naturopathy and chiropractic in one office.)
Any kind I have used no matter how cheap has helped me. IMHO.  :)

- Yowbarb

PS it was powdered Q10 and in a capsule. I think it was a vegetarian gelatin capsule.
That had the best effect.
That said every type of Q10 I have purchased has helped even the 10 mg little bottles (Twin Labs) I got in LA. at a health food store.
One thing to watch for many brands now have junk added I even saw propylene glycol (a carcinogenic used to moisten vites and foods.)
I get a bulk kind from COSTCO, 100 mg works best for me...
The powdered within a capsule was the best.
Another source of Q10 or Coenzyme Q10 is found in the process of our eating dark green leafy veggies, then allowing for skin exposure to the sun, and during that process the sun shining on the skin, under which the blood courses, causes some of the micronutrients from the digestion of greens to form CoQ10.

It's probably not that easy for northerners in the winter to get much direct sun-on-skin exposure, but it's a thought for warmer months, and those living in warmer climates.  Am fairly certain I read this on greenmedinfo.com.

Wow ilinda, that is great info!
I will be applying it. Going to try that at least a couple times a week...

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« Reply #14 on: January 04, 2017, 11:39:51 PM »
first of all, thank y'all for this thread and the ideas.
secondly, i have been collecting data on the matter of longevity and immortality for many years; i invite those interested to visit the link.

I have been thinking about ordering Co-enzyme Q10 after having heard so many glowing reviews on it. One thing to mention off the bat: apparently Q10 works much better with a good amount of Vit. C and therefore it should always be taken with a good dose of this; this is particularly a matter of finances, for Vit. C is cheap and Q10 is expensive; therefore one does well to do both.

According to the most cutting edge research of hormones i have come across (and one should realize that a whole lot of hormonal research is changing daily), what chamomile tea does is stop the body from turning testosterone into female hormones. You must understand, that a lot of times people either increase or add testosterone but then the body just converts it into things like estrogen and the end result is no increase in testosterone levels or even an increase in estrogen levels...

The connection between chamomille and Q10 is unknown to me but it's worth giving a try; there is so much still unknown in this arena [even by so-called experts!] that if you have a recommendation based on personal experience, you might take it very seriously.

I'm not a tea drinker myself but i always use chamomille when brewing mead

Really interesting info, Socrates! I had not heard about Vitamin C boosting the Q10, will try it.

Interesting about the connection between  chamomile and testosterone... I wonder if chamomile is better for some people than other. I noticed a really good effect from it.
I used to drink way more herbal tea than I do lately...Got in the habit of strong coffee again.
I need to get back to some types. I used to drink chamomile, Mu, buchu, Yerba Santa etc.

 

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