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I'd like to encourage everyone to not just believe everything you hear from me or anywhere else. Check out Google scholar for yourself and conduct further research on matters. A lot of opinion is expressed through this website and we should all respect each others free speech, and be mindful of how we present our content. It's sort of a way of not taking it for granted, by not abusing it. The url is scholar.google.com I also admire Wikipedia, as it truly belongs to everyone. A lot of authors make use of Google scholar there as well. Although there may be certain statements without citations, supplemental citations are thorough and abundant throughout its html architecture.


Always take your well being into consideration, and conduct further research on what you read or heard on the internet, or anywhere else. Look into precautions, interactions, etc, and more importantly consult with a profesisonal healthcare provider before even considering any supplements. Challenge your sources also, and contact webmasters and ask of them to provide citations. If you choose to use Kratom or anything else, do so responsibly and from an ethical vendor. Don't be afraid to ask questions. Academia exposes an epic proportion of seemingly suppressed truth from that of the mainstream. It seems very few even know they have readily available and easy every day access to this depth of information. A "word of mouth" form of information distribution ( circulation ) doesn't seem to carry this level of scholarly notation as much the internet. In my homeland people LOVE to use the internet to gain information on things! While some of it might be "fake", not all of it is.


I promote the best of the best here on Botanical Guides. Quality is important to many people including myself. This is esepcially so for those who grew up with a culture that revolves around health and the use of natural plants for feeling good. My homeland is one of those places, the known beautiful region of Europe called by westerners "Germany", and by the Deutsche, "Deustcheland". In Deutscheland, herbalism is practiced in mainstream medicine, including hospitals and the health care system in general there. I think that's really cool. I like the idea of listing plant constituents on food labels, and acknowleding phytochemicals as if they are vitamins. I'd like to see the west follow in their footsteps.


Accuracy and realism is also important in my culture. I enjoy telling it like it is but try not to fabricate, or exaggerate. What I speak on this website can be backed up and verified. The academic insight into herbalism is readily available in astronomical quantities in these scholarly databases. I use these facts to back up, in depth, my points, or my, "perception on the matter". I try not to be biased and report any potential important aspects or dangers of said plants, that I am aware of upon conduncting my research via these journals. You should know that there is tons more information about the herbs I discuss herein on Google scholar, and understand that the information is boundless.


I'd like to see marketers promote these supplements ethically, and honestly without exaggeration or mis-interpretation. I want everyone to understand and differentiate between the two concepts that "fact is fact", "opinion is opinion", and "incorrect statements are incorrect statements". At the same time it's dangerous to give anyone the authority to filter or police information, a sort of information dictatorship.. The idea of such an occurrence bothers me, and I think it should bother all Americans, no matter what their national heritage is ( where their ancestry originates ). Any human who publishes content on the web understands the importance of being able to communicate on the internet and be a part of it. Be mindful of how you represent herbalism authors, it's important. Don't give the corrupt a reason to excuse our freedoms away any further.


As much as it's in my genes to fancy any digital database of useful and accurate information on a subject such as herbalism, I also enjoy a good ole paperback book! A great book called "Beating Cancer With Nutrition", is written by two married doctors. They acknowledge and recognize the sience of the chemicals within these plants as what they believe to be medicinal. So my opinions are not just backed by evidence found through science, but certain individual Doctors share this point of view as well. All I'm saying is that's evident to me that It's reasonable for North America to start to join in on a less fascist healthcare system, and stop denying herbal medicines potential. I think maybe we could all benefit from it. This is my opinon though, and I'm not a doctor. At the same time, Doctors feel this way too, just not all of them. This is the reality of the situation.

You can help support me and my mission financially(except for any remaining ads on here by phytoextractum, they "fired" me), by making a purchase below, or at any of the shops you see promoted here on this great website. It's been online sense around 2011. That's pretty cool right? It takes me a while to optimize, edit, and improve all the pages within its huge structure. I have a lot of old ads to remove on certain pages by companies I'm no longer with or that just aren't around anymore. You may run across really old pages that haven't been "touched" in a while, so to speak. lol

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Citations & Resources(Book(s)):

scholar.google.com

Watt, S., & Hayes, E. (2013). Monastic medicine: medieval herbalism meets modern science. Science in School, 27, 38-44.

Krug, K., Kraus, K. I., Herrmann, K., & Joos, S. (2016). Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) as part of primary health care in Germany–comparison of patients consulting general practitioners and CAM practitioners: a cross-sectional study. BMC complementary and alternative medicine, 16(1), 409.

Bruneton, J. (1995). Pharmacognosy, phytochemistry, medicinal plants. Lavoisier publishing.

Wikipedia contributors. (2020, January 3). Phytochemistry. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 22:27, March 8, 2020, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Phytochemistry&oldid=933807209

Quillin, P. and Quillin, N. (2005). Beating cancer with nutrition. Carlsbad, CA: Nutrition Times Press.

Some will not like me for saying this but I am anyway. A lot of people talk bad about Google but I want to thank them for giving me the opportunity to earn money online like they do and share my message. In return, I will try to remain ethical and not make mistakes in presentation, and not abuse my free speech by making sure to not to unintentionally spread any form of disinformation. My views are my views however, and I do what I can to back them up with sound sources. Thank you. (Bitteschon) My website is undergoing a lot of changes, so look forward to them!

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