Elderberry

Podcast
hoffmanpodcastlogo

Dr. Leo Galland looks back on his predictions for Covid-19 made one year ago here on Intelligent Medicine, Part 1
April 1, 2021
Dr. Leo Galland looks back on his predictions for Covid-19 made one year ago here on Intelligent Medicine at the outset of the pandemic. Much of what he stated then has proven prescient, although he admits surprise at the effectiveness and relative safety of the vaccines. As predicted, the metabolic syndrome has proven to be the most salient risk factor for bad Covid-19 outcomes. Dr. Galland has done extensive research on the role of the microbiome in mediating disease severity; imbalances in intestinal microflora put patients at risk. It’s also possible that long-term perturbations in gut integrity may account for some of the symptoms of Covid-19 “long-haulers”. Dr. Galland details strategies for restoring gut health. He also weighs in on the role that custom-compounded nasal sprays may play in suppressing the virus. Should special supplements be taken to augment vaccine efficacy? What roles for resveratrol, curcumin, elderberry? Find out more by viewing his comprehensive Coronavirus Guidebook. Click HERE for part 2.

Play


Share:



hoffmanpodcastlogo

Q&A with Leyla, Part 1: The Great Mushroom Controversy
February 3, 2021
Bleeding gums may be a sign you need vitamin C; NIH study identifies antibacterial properties in taurine; Before I get the covid vaccine, is it a good idea to take elderberry and extra vitamin C?; Are IV vitamin C drips now being administered in the hospitals for covid?; Is there any research about IV vitamin C being effective for C. difficile?; Is it okay for me to start taking B vitamins again if I've been cancer-free for many years?; Where do you stand on the great mushroom controversy? Should they be cooked or eaten raw? Click HERE for part 2.

Play


Share:



hoffmanpodcastlogo

Cutting-Edge, Organic, Plant-Based Remedies for Pain, Inflammation, Immunity and More, Part 1
October 13, 2020
Gina Haynie, founder of Future Pharm Botanicals, details her cutting edge line of innovative and effective nutraceuticals. Elderberry with Zinc and Echinacea for immune support; Black 4 Health Liposome Complex containing high levels of body healing botanicals; Wild Oil of Oregano with powerful antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties; and Turmeric Liposome Complex containing powerful antioxidant properties. She explains how liposomes with nano-technology deliver maximum absorption, discusses the challenges of being a nutraceutical entrepreneur amid the pandemic, the advantages of being a US-based company not dependent on foreign sourcing for ingredients, and her commitment to quality when many companies are cutting corners. We also congratulate her on her Phoenix Business Journal Small Business Award. Click HERE for part 2.

Play


Share:



hoffmanpodcastlogo

Cutting-Edge, Organic, Plant-Based Remedies for Pain, Inflammation, Immunity and More, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Gina Haynie, founder of Future Pharm Botanicals. Click HERE for part 1.

Play


Share:



hoffmanpodcastlogo

Q&A with Leyla, Part 1: Cytokine Storm
May 27, 2020
Unintended consequences of the pandemic lockdowns; We hear that wearing masks is not for ourselves, but others. Is it true that masks don't protect us from the virus?; Should I take my elderberry supplement daily, like I do vitamin C?; Would taking a lot of zinc exacerbate or dampen a cytokine storm?; Do you always develop antibodies when exposed to a virus?; If my children and grandchildren are quarantining, and I'm quarantining, can we get together for a meal? Click HERE for part 2.

Play


Share:



Facebook Twitter YouTube RSS Google Podcasts Apple Podcasts Spotify

TWITTER