Category Archives: Stress

Herbal teas for various health problems


Tea plants (Camellia sinensis) have been used in China for nearly 3000 years. Common black tea comprises withered leaves of the plant which are harvested, fermented, and dried for brewing. The ancient Chinese recognized the differences in the medical benefits of withered and fermented leaves of the tea plant and leaves harvested before withering. That form of tea is called green tea. The Chinese tradition regards green tea

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ENERGY HEALING-Directed Pulses | Majid Ali MD


ENERGY HEALING The Miracles of Directed Pulses Majid Ali, M.D. What is the hardest of all? That which you hold the most simple; seeing with your own eyes what is spread out before you. Goethe The heart beats to pump blood into the arteries. Then it relaxes and its chambers open up to receive blood from the veins. During systole

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Travel, Ebola, Immune enhancing protocols


TRAVEL, EBOLA, and Immunity Majid Ali, M.D. From the Centers for Disease Control Overview of Ebola Ebola (also known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever) is a severe, often-fatal disease caused by infection with a species of Ebola virus. Although the disease is rare, it can spread from person to person, especially among health care staff and other people who have close

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What is Stress?


What Is Stress? The Oxygen Model of Stress Majid Ali, M.D. Stress, first and foremost, is an oxygen problem. The negative health effects of what is commonly called stress are caused by disruptions of oxygen homeostasis, whether starting with deep disappointments of life or with disruption of bowel and liver ecosystems. My patients with severe, chronic stress have given me

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Seven Pathways for Stress


The First Path: Spirituality Through Silence The true answer to the problem of stress is spirituality—not psychology. Stress is an integral part of the essential injury-healing-injury cycle of life. Both injury and healing are spontaneous phenomena. Healing is not an intellectual function, because the mind cannot order healing in injured tissues. The thinking mind—the cortical monkey in autoregulation language—endlessly recycles

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