Science / Biology / Parasites: Organisms that live in, with, or on another organism. The parasites benefit from the association without contributing to the host, usually they cause some harm to the host.

Intracellular Parasites

Science / Biology / Intracellular Parasites: Viruses that enter a host cell and take over the hosts cellular machinery to produce new viral particles. MORE

Pau DArco (Tabebuia impetiginosa)

Health / Herbs / Pau DArco (Tabebuia impetiginosa): Retards the development of tumors, helps heal candida in adults thrush (candida in the infants mouth), helps heal viruses, anti-fungal, assists in eliminating parasites. Dr. T. Meyer learned from the MORE


Health / Massage / Bodytalk: Developed by chiropractor/acupuncturist Dr. John Veltheim, bodytalk is based on bio-energetic psychology, dynamic systems theory, Chinese medicine, and applied kinesiology. It has been extensively tes MORE

Sev(Ernyii) Lernatu

Life Style / Wine Grapes / Sev(Ernyii) Lernatu: V.vinifera variety developed in the Ukraine from a (V.amurensis x V.vinifera) x Unknown variety. Has several synonyn names including Sev Lernatu. Currently under growing trials in the USA, Canada and MORE

T Cells

Science / Biology / T Cells: The type of lymphocyte responsible for cell-mediated immunity; also protects against infection by parasites, fungi, and protozoans and can kill cancerous cells; circulate in the blood and become assoc MORE


Science / Biology / Parasitism: A form of symbiosis in which the population of one species benefits at the expense of the population of another species; similar to predation, but differs in that parasites act more slowly than predat MORE