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🎶 HERBCAST - Season 3 🎶 🌱 Herbs for the kidney and urinary system with @drsallymoorcroft⁠
🌿 Revealing the secrets of botanical medicine in treating urinary and kidney health, Dr. Sally Moorcroft discusses the vital link between the gut microbiome and urinary function. Hear real-life success stories of patients finding relief from chronic conditions through herbal interventions.⁠
🌿 This episode delves into the often overlooked area of urinary and kidney health which affects a significant portion of the population. Dr. Moorcroft sheds light on the intricate ways in which our gut microbiome, hormonal balance, and even our stress levels can impact these vital organs.⁠
🌿 Also, Sally explores estrogen dominance and its ramifications on women's well-being, especially throughout the menopausal phase. Dr. Moorcroft elucidates her method of addressing these hormonal fluctuations through a blend of herbal remedies and dietary adjustments.⁠
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💊 The most advanced medicine in the world and the worst health statistics to show for it: America, by Roy Upton⁠
By all measures of individual and social health, America is ranked among the worst of all similarly developed nations. Roy Upton delves into the complexities and explores alternative perspectives like Traditional Chinese Medicine. ⁠
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❓Did you know ❓⁠
🌿 The etymology of the Latin name for the oak species ‘Quercus’ is said to be derived from the Celtic words quer and cuez which translates as ‘fine tree’.⁠
🌿 Alongside its other traditional uses, oak has been synonymous with the process of tanning leather and the making of barrels for the storage of wines and spirits.⁠
🌿 Until around a hundred years ago, oak galls were used to produce ink.

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