catmoon wrote: No coffee, tea, chocolate or cola.
Thrasymachus wrote:Coffee is laden with toxins and the caffeine in it is very bad for your central nervous system, good thing I stopped.
Rainforest Database wrote:Chanca Piedra (Phyllanthus niruri)
With its applications for kidney stones and gallstones, cellular and liver protection, hypertension and high cholesterol, cancer prevention, and its pain-relieving and antiviral effects, it is gaining in popularity on many continents as an effective herbal remedy. It's also important to note that in all the research published over the last 20 years, no signs of toxicity or side effects have been reported in any of the human or animal studies, even in acute or chronic use.
Lhug-Pa wrote:... Sure, any coffee in excess will be bad for the nervous system. However in moderation ...
Johnny Dangerous wrote:A minor thing really in the big scheme of things for me, but I am terribly addicted.
I wonder if anyone else with this experience has advice?
KeithBC wrote:catmoon wrote: No coffee, tea, chocolate or cola.
OK, no coffee or tea, no cola, I understand. But no chocolate?? Are you mad?? Chocolate is one of the four food groups! It's the staff of life! Without chocolate, life is meaningless!
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Om mani padme hum
lotwell wrote:Lhug-Pa wrote:Organic Barley according to Tibetan Medicine is one of the best foods you can eat all around though.
I wonder if that's because, besides to dry yak meat, that's the only option up there...?
Yeshi Dhonden wrote:Barley is heavy and cool. It increases feces and is supreme for generating strength.
Yudron wrote:Coffee people are to speedy, impatient, and irritable for me. But, that being said, I understand there are some large good studies showing daily consumption increases one's lifespan.
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