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Biofortified foods – the natural alternative to GMO ‘frankenfoods’. - Mr Vitamins News. Biofortified: Agricultural scientists in Brazil have spent the last decade developing a healthy, natural alternative to ‘frankenfoods’ (genetically modified foods that are grown all around the world).

Biofortified foods – the natural alternative to GMO ‘frankenfoods’. - Mr Vitamins News

This will alleviate malnutrition for one-third of the world’s starving population. In less than ten years, scientists aim to have eight biofortified foods widely available to consumers throughout Brazil. What is Biofortification? Biofortification is the development of micronutrient-dense staple crops, using the best traditional breeding practices and modern biotechnology. This has several advantages: It capitalizes on the regular daily intake of a large amount of staple food by all family members.

Why Biofortification? Biofortification feeds undernourished populations in remote rural areas, thereby combatting micronutrient deficiencies, which can cause severe health problems such as anemia, blindness, impaired immune response and development delays. Taking on ‘hidden hunger’ So far so good. Malaria No More UK – Ending Malaria Deaths. Winemakers in California are now making marijuana-infused wine — Pilcrow Magazine. Last year, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Melissa Etheridge told Bloomberg TV that she had plans to release her own line of fine wines.

Winemakers in California are now making marijuana-infused wine — Pilcrow Magazine

This is hardly noteworthy: I don't think it is legal for a celebrity to be above the age of fifty without having their own line of wines or spirits. What is noteworthy about Etheridge, however, is that the wine she is promoting is infused with marijuana. "Cannabis and wine have both been around for thousands of years," Etheridge told Munchies/VICE in January before giving staffers at the magazine a taste of the cannabis-infused wine. Hold on a second. Thousands of years? According to Carl Ruck, professor of classics at Boston University, humans have indeed been putting marijuana and other psychoactive substances into their wine since they began making it thousands of years ago: Big Pharma Manufacturers – Drug & Device Companies; Lawsuits & Facts.

Big Pharma wields enormous influence over the prescription drug and medical device markets around the globe.

Big Pharma Manufacturers – Drug & Device Companies; Lawsuits & Facts

In fact, in the United States, the industry contributes heavily to the annual budget of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which is charged with regulating drugs and devices made by those same companies. The industry demonstrates its power, political might and social influence over the nation’s governments and agencies, its health care systems, its doctors and hospitals, as well as the psyche of the American people. With the help of staggering profits and 1,100-plus paid lobbyists, the industry has gained powerful leverage on Capitol Hill.

From 1998 to 2013, Big Pharma spent nearly $2.7 billion on lobbying expenses — more than any other industry and 42 percent more than the second highest paying industry: insurance. The world’s 11 largest drug companies made a net profit of $711.4 billion from 2003 to 2012. Who Is Big Pharma? Big Pharma Sways Opinions. Growery - Marijuana Wine. Recently found a recipe for it, and I think I am going to try it.

Growery - Marijuana Wine

I will post it below for all you current growers to look at. Almostany fruit or plant material can be used as a base for wine making, andthe marijuana plant is no exception. Marijuana wine is alcoholic, asall wines are. The basic fermentation process converts the natural andadded sugars to alcohol. Marijuana wine contains about 13% alcohol whenthe following process is followed. The big bonus that putsmarijuana wine in a class by itself is tetrahydrocannabinol. Ingredients: 1.A minimum of four ounces of stems are needed. 2.

Watch Big Bucks, Big Pharma Online - FreeDocumentaries.Org. The Healing Power of Music. ARTICLES / General / The Healing Power of Music/ Other Articles Share This Article The Healing Power of Music By Steve Toll and Linda Bareham What better “medicine” than a “treatment” that has only positive side effects and “therapy” that is actually enjoyable?

The Healing Power of Music

That is the “miracle of music” when applied with intention. Usually after twenty minutes of music, there are observable effects, such as singing, foot tapping, and clapping. As speech, writing and traditional forms of communication are compromised, music provides an alternative means of maintaining a connection, thereby helping to normalize interaction between caregiver and patient. Mozart as Medicine: The Health Benefits of Music. David Binanay started playing the violin when he was five.

Mozart as Medicine: The Health Benefits of Music

By age twelve, he performed at the world famous Carnegie Hall in New York City and, soon after, at the White House. In 2006, fresh off graduation from Villanova University, Binanay was positioned perfectly to build his life around music. He had just moved into his own place and started a job at a high-end violin shop. That’s when he noticed the bleeding. Music and The Mind It was a gastrointestinal bleed. “Don’t worry about it. This was the first time Binanay tried to handle a serious health issue on his own. The situation went downhill fast. Raw Sounds Raw Material Music & Media. Saving lives one sniff at a time. HerbMed. BBC Two Programmes - Grow Your Own Drugs. How to Grow Weed - Easy-To-Follow Tutorials On Growing Marijuana. CLEAR: Cannabis Law Reform. Cannabis Review.