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Tips for Taking Tonics, Superfoods, Adaptogens and Medicinal Herbs - Duke's Materia Tonica January 28, 2021 21:00 3 Comments
Deer Antler Velvet Info and Market Comparison - Duke's Materia Tonica December 28, 2020 13:30 18 Comments
The deer antler velvet market is one filled with scams and consumer pitfalls of false claims, including hokey supplements, and plain-old snake oil salespeople. Choose wisely and choose Tonic Tinctures Deer Antler Velvet.
What's a Tincture? - Duke's Materia Tonica November 2, 2020 14:30 2 Comments
Tinctures are easy-to-take concentrated liquids that are used as nutrition and medicinal remedies to maintain, support, and promote health, wellness, and well-being. Tinctures are made from water, alcohol, glycerin, oil or vinegar with a type of food known as a dietary supplement, such as vitamins, minerals, spices, herbs, superfoods, and various botanicals.
How to Take a Tonic Tincture? - Duke's Materia Tonica October 31, 2020 08:30 4 Comments
Unscrew the dropper from your tincture. One serving is one dropper which is one press of the rubber bulb which will fill a dropper tube to just above half-way, this is 30 individual drops or 1ml. Take by mouth or by mixing with a non-hot beverage.
Taking Supplements is Taking Charge of Health and Fitness - Duke's Materia Tonica October 25, 2020 08:25
Dietary supplements contain nutrition that is vital to health. Supplements are added to the diet to maintain, support, build and promote health and wellness, benefit well-being and enhance performance as a part of a successful lifestyle.
Jujube Date Facts, Science, and Medicine - Duke's Materia Tonica March 1, 2020 18:44
Jujube dates have been cultivated and eaten for food for thousands of years. The fruit is commonly known as Chinese date or 'big date'. The largest dates are the best quality. They have similar flavor to apple and contain apple fiber, which is called pectin
Black Ant Facts, Science, and Medicine - Duke's Materia Tonica February 24, 2020 08:18
Category: Superfood and Adaptogen
Grade: Dietary Supplement
Tastes: Sweet, Spicy, Meaty
Used By: Male, Female, Young Adult to Elderly
Usage: Powder, Capsule, Tincture
Benefits: Anti-fatigue, Stress-Tolerance, Immunity; Rejuvenative, Antioxidant, Hormonal, Sexuality
What's a Superfood? - Duke's Materia Tonica February 15, 2020 13:29
Superfoods are nutrient dense foods and supplements that are full of essential vitamins and minerals. They usually contain antioxidant nutrients that are very healthful when consumed continuously, such as colored plant pigments often called flavonoids, phenols, carotenoids, and so on.
What's a Dietary Supplement? - Duke's Materia Tonica February 14, 2020 17:17
Dietary supplements are ingestible foods that are the source of nutrition, to increase the density of nutrients in the diet, and are added to a balanced diet with complete meals for health, wellness, and well-being. There are many form of nutrient supplements (e.g. vitamins, minerals, amino acids, protein powders, essential fatty acids), and various spices, medicinal herbs, superfoods, tonics, and adaptogens that are used to maintain, support, and promote health and wellness.
Ginseng Root Facts, Science, and Medicine - Duke's Materia Tonica February 9, 2020 09:09 1 Comment
Grade: Dietary Supplement
Tastes: Sweet, Bitter
Used By: Male, Female, Young Adult to Elderly
Usage: Soup, Tea, Powder, Capsule, Tincture
Benefits: Digestive, Vitalizing; Reviving; Immunity, Cognitive, Hormonal, Sexuality
What's an Adaptogen? - Duke's Materia Tonica February 6, 2020 23:44
Adaptogens increase work-tolerance, recovery from stress and promote immunity in the body. They have generalized benefits which reduce the perception of overall stress. They also increase stress-endurance.
Deer Antler Velvet Facts, Science, and Medicine - Duke's Materia Tonica February 1, 2020 20:20
Grade: Dietary Supplement
Tastes: Sweet, Salty, Meaty
Used By: Male, Female, Youth to Elderly
Usage: Soup, Tea, Powder, Capsule, Tincture
Benefits: Nourishing; Invigorating; Rejuvenating; Growth, Regeneration and Repair
Deer Antler Velvet Benefits, Information, Studies, Research - Duke's Materia Tonica December 1, 2019 21:46 15 Comments
Deer antler velvet is a unique and awesome supplement for health and fitness. Explore many sources of studies and extensive research into why and how deer antler velvet works for healthy performance.
Ginseng Root Info, Benefits, Studies, Research - Duke's Materia Tonica November 25, 2019 00:30
Explore the types of ginseng. Constituents and ginsenosides research. Scientific analysis of various benefits: energy production, nervous system, cognition, memory, brain and nerve health, digestion, circulation, nitric oxide, hormone health, adrenals, sexual function and erections, immunity, weight-loss lifestyles.
Benefits of Dark Colored Plant Pigment Polyphenols - Duke's Materia Tonica November 17, 2019 00:34
Explore research and examine studies concerning the benefits of dark colored antioxidant plant pigments such as dark red, blue, purple, and black. Type: phenols, polyphenols, resveratrol, stilbenoids, procyanidins and proanthocyanidins. Find food and supplements.
What are Medicinal Mushrooms? - Duke's Materia Tonica November 1, 2019 23:00
The many different medicinal mushrooms are potent remedies. They generally have similar benefits that work with the immune, heart, and digestive systems, with particular antioxidant and antitoxin benefits associated with liver health, plus also being good for adrenal stress recovery and resistance.
Deer Antler Velvet for Natural Bodybuilding - Duke's Materia Tonica September 8, 2019 20:08
Take your fitness to the next level. Deer antler velvet is made of the stuff that builds bodies. Muscle, bone and joints, crave the nutrition found within velvet antler. These raw materials that feed the body include: protein, peptides, growth factors, collagen, glucosamine, chondroitin, hyaluronic acid.
Short History of Tinctures - Duke's Materia Tonica July 28, 2019 15:00
Scientific and empirical knowledge of natural healing was accelerating during the 1800's. During a renaissance of science around the 1880's, natural healing methods were being advanced by healers, often women and mid-wives, who would use tinctures made from food, herbs, botanicals, minerals or drugs with great success as remedies for ailments and for building health and wellness. Medical drug practice and health education with foods and supplements co-existed with each other without restrictions.
What's the Difference Between Health and Disease? - Duke's Materia Tonica June 3, 2019 00:04
What's Well-being? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 11, 2019 19:00
What's Wellness? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 11, 2019 18:30
What's Health? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 11, 2019 18:00
Health is the degree of maintaining, supporting, and promoting functionality, healing, growth, reproduction, and development within the body, emotions, mind, and spirit. Health is related to learning wellness and what someone thinks about their well-being.
What's Health Education? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 11, 2019 15:00
Health education is how anyone learns how to support, maintain, and promote the functioning, healing, growth and development of the body, emotions, mind, and spirit through personally seeking wellness as a cumulative process leading to greater well-being.
What's Nutrient Density? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 11, 2019 11:37
Nutrient density, an integral part of nutrition, is the overall amount of essential nutrients, found in any group or portion of food, that is required by the body to function, heal, grow, and develop, such as the combination of protein, fat, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals within balanced meals. The bodily feeling of hunger is a craving for more nutrients which is satisfied by increasing nutrient density.
Why Does Someone Fast? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 11, 2019 11:36
Fasting is an unconscious activity of not eating food during sleep, which is interrupted in the morning by eating breakfast. Fasting can be faith based or religiously observed, for instance, prayer and reflection during Ramadan. A medical practitioner may inform a patient to fast in preparation for medical tests or surgery.
Is Dieting for Weight Loss Healthy? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 11, 2019 11:35
Dieting, doing diets, and eating restrictive diet plans are unhealthy behaviors, when someone eliminates specific food groups, eats less or fasts, in order to lose or manage weight and to treat, manage, and prevent disease. Removing any food group from one's diet is unhealthy, because all types of nutrition are essential for optimal bodily functioning.
What's Classical Chinese Herbalism? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 11, 2019 11:34
Classical Chinese herbalism was invented 5000 years ago by the legendary divine farmer, known as Shennong, who developed the understanding of foods and herbal remedies for promoting health and healing.
What's a Treatment? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:33
Within medical healthcare, a treatment is an intervention in the causes of disease after diagnosis. A treatment manages sickness and illness related to disease, prevents one from getting a disease, and/or cures the causes of a disease. Treatments include prescribed drugs, devices, counselling, therapy, and surgery.
What's a Diagnosis? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:32
Within medical healthcare, a diagnosis is the process of determining the disease causes for treatment and management of any non-functioning structures in the body, such as systems, organs, glands and tissues; or the determination of any state and condition of illness or sickness in the emotions and mind; or a diagnoses is the identification of a type of infection from bacteria or viruses.
What's a Drug? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:31
A drug is a non-healing form of medicine in allopathy that is used to intervene in the causes of conditions and diseases, by diagnosis, for treatment, prevention, management, and cure. Drugs work by chemically acting as substitutes for non-functioning structures in the body's systems, organs, glands, and tissues; and drugs intervene in any states or causes of illness and sickness in the emotions and mind; and drugs are used for infection of bacteria and viruses.
What's Healing? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:30
Healing is the natural inborn regeneration ability, related to the health, growth and development, of all living organisms, such as plants, animals, and humans, to restore, renew, and regenerate themselves at any time.
What's Disease? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:29
Diseases are the theoretical pathology names given to the causes concerning non-functionality, degeneration, dying, infertility, or a state of deterioration or stasis within any bodily system, organ, gland, or tissue; or disease is the causes of any states and conditions of sickness or illness with the emotions and mind; or disease is a sickness or illness caused by an infectious bacteria or virus. Disease is not the degree of functionality within a system, organ, gland or tissue of the body.
What's Medicine? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:28
Medicine is used for health and disease. Medicine can be something that heals the body, mind and spirit or non-healing such as a drug, device, or therapy that intervenes with the causes of disease. All forms of medicine use the scientific method for understanding how something supports, maintains and promotes healthy performance of states, systems, organs, glands and tissues or medicine is a non-healing form that uses drugs, devices, and therapy as methods for treating and managing diseases and conditions.
What's Allopathic Medicine? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:27
Allopathic medicine, allopathy, intervenes with the causes of any states and conditions of a the body, emotions, and mind which are diagnosed as diseases. Allopathy treats, prevents, manages, and cures the causes of disease and is not to be confused with healing and supporting health, wellness, and well-being with nutrition and other forms of medicine.
What's Nutrient Science? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:26
Nutrient science studies why nutrients, such as amino acids, vitamins and minerals, are essential to health, wellness, and well-being. Nutrient science is the theoretical part of nutrition which uses scientific examination of essential nutrients found in food.
What's Eclectic Herbalism? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:25
Eclectic herbalism was a part of the now defunct American-based branch of allopathic medicine known as eclectic medicine which used both healing-based medicines to support health, wellness, and well-being and also the diagnoses of diseases for treatment. Eclectic herbalism advanced the scientific understanding of how unique constituents work within medicinal remedies.
What's Native American Herbalism? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:24
Native American herbalism primarily incorporates handed-down empirical knowledge that is passed from one generation to the next about the healing uses of herbs. The medicine of native cultures focus on balancing the body in accordance with nature. A native person understands energies and seeks spirit guidance for the application of medicinal remedies in the support, maintenance and promotion of health, wellness, and well-being.
What's a Quack? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:23
Quack medicine, through the false medical treatments of disease causes, grew in popularity during the late 1500's. During the 1800's, allopathic medical licensing fraud was widespread, which added to the definition that quacks are bogus doctors. During the 1900's, quacks used everything from food, herbs, dieting, supplements, strange electronic devices, energy beams, and interdimensional pseudo-science to treat diseases.
What's Herbal Medicine? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:22
Herbal medicine is the theoretical part of herbology which uses scientific examination of various medicinal foods and dietary supplements to determine how herbs work to support, maintain, and promote health, wellness, and well-being.
What's Herbology? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:21
Herbology encompasses the nature of healing plants and other supplemental types of medicinal remedies which are collectively known as herbs. Herbology includes several different methodologies in the understanding of herbs.
What's Herbalism? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:20
Herbalism, herbal medicine, is the practical healing uses of herbs and other various foods for their medicinal properties to support the body's own healing capacity. Herbalism is a method of herbology that combines classical hands-on study of medicinal remedies with the modern scientific research of herbal medicine.
What's Medicinal Mean? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:19
Medicinal means 'medicine that heals' and refers to the 'healing properties' of foods and dietary supplements, such as medicinal remedies used in herbalism, which is a method of understanding herbs within herbology. Specifically, medicinal is a non-nutrient property of various unique constituents found in foods, dietary supplements and herbs which are used for the purposes of health maintenance for the body and any of the various systems, organs, glands, and tissues.
What are Nutrients? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:18
Nutrients are an essential part of nutrition found in food. Essential nutrients include protein (amino acids), lipids (fat), essential fatty acids (EFA's), vitamins and minerals. Nutrients work by supporting, maintaining, and promoting the functioning of the body and any of the various systems, organs, glands, and tissues. Many nutrients have many different important functions, are a part of healing, and not having enough of any essential nutrient will cause poor performance of any organ, gland and tissue.
What's a Medicinal Remedy? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:17
Medicinal remedies are a type of food known as a dietary supplement used for health and healing of the body, emotions, mind, and spirit and any of the various systems, organs, glands, and tissues. Remedies are used medicinally when they are taken for their unique constituents and not only for any essential nutrients they may contain. The medicinal properties of how remedies work by their unique constituents is researched in herbal medicine, a part of herbalism, which are methods of understanding herbs within herbology.
What's the Best Time to Take Supplements? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:16
To supplement means 'to add to' a complete meal.
Supplements are used 'to enhance' a balanced diet by improving nutrition, with additional nutrients and medicinally as remedies, to support, maintain, and promote overall health, wellness, and well-being.
How Do Dietary Supplements Work? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:15
Dietary supplements are ingestible foods that work by benefiting health, wellness, well-being, healing, growth, development, and reproduction of someone. Scientific research studies supplements for their nutrition and any medicinal properties as used in herbalism and herbal medicine. The nutrients and unique constituents of dietary supplements work with the biochemical functions of systems, organs, glands and tissues in the body. Supplements are best included with complete meals to support and promote their effectiveness.
What's a Complete Balanced Meal? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:14
A complete meal contains various food groups for balanced nutrition. Different food groups have a different density of nutrients, such as protein, fat, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. Additionally, certain health promoting types of foods are used to supplement meals, such as spices, medicinal herbs, superfoods, tonics and adaptogens, including essential fatty acids (EFA's), vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and protein powder.
What's Nutrition? - Duke's Materia Tonica January 1, 2019 11:13
The body will be healthier, grow, develop, and heal itself, while experiencing less hunger, by consuming a greater density of nutrients. Nutrition is made up of various groups of food that make up complete meals, which contain the essential nutrients like protein, fat, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals, plus other supplemental foods that are added to a balance diet to support, maintain and promote health, such as spices, medicinal herbs, superfoods, tonics, adaptogens, and other unique constituents.
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