Thursday, April 22, 2010

Acute Homeopathy 200C Remedy Kit (50 Remedies) At A Very Affordable Price

NOTE - As of summer 2012, this kit is not always in stock or shipped reliably for a timely delivery at the present time.

Every family using homeopathic care on a regular basis should have a homeopathic remedy kit available for emergency acutes, illnesses and injuries!

For all our clients, we recommend this very affordable kit of 50 of the most commonly used remedies in a 200C from Natural Living at

Price: $89.95 USD
The Homeopathic Remedy Kit Includes:
  • 50 remedy emergency kit in #15 pellets
  • "Peoples Repertory" book the non-professional by Dr. Luc De Schepper
This 50 remedy kit is manufactured by Bengal Allen Medicine in India who has been making hand-succussed remedies for 99 years and who is known for quality worldwide.  Many of the employees of this company have been working for Bengal Allen for generations. A well known Indian homeopath Dr. Banerjea is the director of the company. This kit has most of the remedies one might need in acute conditions.
All the remedies are in size #15 pellets (these are the tiny poppy seed size pills). The vials come in a carrying box for easy and convenient storage, including for travel.
* Shipping is FREE (in USA 48 states).
* Tax is applicable in CA.
* Kits are normally stocked in the USA so they can be shipped immediately.

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Popular Veggie Burgers Contain Poisonous Chemicals

Would You Like Some Neurotoxin With Your Soy Burgers? 

Summertime is around the corner, and many of the city's [New York] vegetarians are gearing up for their rooftop BBQs with their soy burgers and tofu dogs, resting peacefully with the fact that no animals had to die so they could eat. But were other humans harmed in awful factory conditions that exposed them to deadly chemicals? Probably.


A new study shows that a number of popular soy products contain trace amounts of hexane, which listed as a "hazardous air pollutant" by the EPA and is known to cause nervous system failure and skin disorders in humans. It's unclear how much hexane you need to eat before getting side effects, but do you feel lucky, veggie?


The 37-page report [PDF] says that though the use of hexane is prohibited in "organic" food processing, it's widely used in the "natural" soy industry, and even by some companies that use the wording "made with organic ingredients." Mother Jones reports that since many fake meat producers aim to have as little fat as possible in their products, they will soak soybeans in a hexane bath to separate the oil from the protein. One researcher said, "If a non-organic product contains a soy protein isolate, soy protein concentrate, or texturized vegetable protein, you can be pretty sure it was made using soy beans that were made with hexane."

So what brands out there contain the hazardous chemical? Sadly, most of the good ones. Here's a little list:

  • Amy's Kitchen
  • Boca Burger, conventional
  • Franklin Farms
  • Garden Burger
  • It’s All Good Lightlife
  • Morningstar Farms
  • President’s Choice
  • Taste Above
  • Trader Joe's
  • Yves Veggie Cuisine

Below, the safe brands:

Hexane-free brands:

  • Boca Burgers "Made with organic soy"
  • Helen's Kitchen
  • Morningstar "Made with organic"
  • Superburgers by Turtle Island
  • Tofurky
  • Wildwood

The verdict is out on Whole Foods brands and Silk soymilk, as they did not participate in the project, but the Village Voice has the whole toxic list here. The worst part may be that many popular baby formulas also contain hexane! The report states, "Nearly every major ingredient in conventional soy-based infant formula is hexane extracted."


Link to the above article:


Link to complete PDF Soybean Report with Hexane chapter: