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Research on copper regulation for sleep

Recent research at U.C.at Berkeley suggests copper regulates sleep. Copper is needed to release the enzyme dopamine hydro-lase associated with nor-epinephrine in the locus coeruleus of the brain, which regulates sleep. The locus coeruleus is rich with copper. This part of the brain collects sensory info while awake, regulates cerebral...

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Slimming Petite Fleur Essences

Emotions, hormones,and neurotransmitter messaging signal the body when and what to eat. Petite Fleur  slimming essences enhance our choices of foods and whether we are victims of stress and desires. Knotted Marjoram Petite helps reduce obsessive and compulsive behavior. Dopamine neurotransmitter can be overactive when we seek pleasure through foods.Knotted Marjoram...

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Teenage boys growing breasts

 Boys whose mothers who applied lavender  on them daily are growing breasts as teenagers. This is also happening to young teen boys whose moms diffused lavender daily in their homes. The Male Power therapeutic blend has reduced growth within a few months. Many boys' hormones and breasts are normal after...

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Chemo Brain

Chemo brain is defined as memory loss, decreased problem solving and attention  deficit. This happens to at least 30% of chemotherapy patients. The memory problems often do not resolve with time. Scientific studies at the University of Kansas indicate that that chemotherapy agents alter the ability to release neurotransmitters responsible for memory,...

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Pesticide Disrupts Bee Pollination

Researchers recently proved that bees exposed to neonicotinoids pollinate 36% less seeds. (Nature,2015) This indicates poor fruit quality and possibly less fruit. Insect pollination produces 30% of our foods, especially fruits, nuts and oils. These foods are required for a balanced diet. Please join the consumer organizations lobbying and legally...

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