Category Archives: Natural toxins
If Traumeel is truly homeopathic, there is absolutely no way this product could have caused Joel’s hospitalization. But is it truly homeopathic?
Dr David Gorski reminds me of my Feb 2006 post on the suggestion that homeopathy might be useful in treating avian flu – wouldn’t you know if comes back again for H1N1/2009 swine flu? Just like a virus.
BPA in plastic consumer products. Is it a health controversy? Are we too concerned? Not concerned enough? I’m still trying to figure it out – here’s some help.
A repost on a hallucinogenic herb combination and the protection of religious freedom, plus an interesting twist on the well-worn MAO inhibition story.
Hallucinations of flying due to plant extracts administered with an unorthodox dosing device is at the heart of one of the most common images associated with Halloween. Try explaining this one to the kids.
Among the many duties charged to the US FDA is the safety of veterinary feed. Therefore, equestrian enthusiasts should take note of the following warning from the FDA Center for Veterinary Medicine on natural contamination of certain corn products with a toxin produced by an endophytic fungus of the Fusarium genus: FDA Warns Horse Owners […]