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Hi Stephen It's usual for the dentist to want to "save the tooth - at all costs" (yours of course)! I am leery of root canals for a number of reasons. My opinion is that an extraction is a better option
Hi Stephen Have you had a blood test for haemochromatosis. Has your C-reactive protein been checked. You either have "iron overload" (eg due to haemochromatosis) or systemic inflammation - or both.
Hi Stephen Thanks for the question. First issue is "why is your testosterone low"? There are a number of natural/botanical options but I wonder if you have had a full hormonal profile done? Testosterone
Hi Mike Yes, you are correct, coumarin is fat soluble - but alcohol can extract it as well. (I misread your initial "isn't" for an "is" !). So, yes you're pretty safe with cinnamon tea. I think the
Hi there I'm not sure where you got your info, but coumarin is very soluble in ether, diethyl ether, chloroform, oil, pyridine and ethanol. Coumarin is also in chamomile and there are documented cases
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