by Crystal Lauer
Health Impact News
Most of us who have reached maturity take our body’s largest organ at face value, spending a staggering $300 billion on anti-aging globally and approximately $400 million U.S. dollars yearly on over-the counter acne solutions to put on a pretty face.
But for the newest and most vulnerable among us, preterm and full-term infants, healthy skin is critical to their very survival, and here is where researchers think virgin coconut oil may be a major contributor in the fight to lower preterm infant mortality.
Complications arising from preterm births are the leading cause of death globally for children under the age of five, according to the World Health Organization.
A preterm birth is defined as an infant born alive under 37 weeks of gestation. Preterm newborns have an underdeveloped skin barrier, which puts them at high risk for infection, as well as transdermal moisture loss resulting in electrolyte abnormalities and hypothermia, amongst other threats.
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By Anna Li from thebigriddle.com:
Here is an amazing story about how a woman beats terminal lung cancer using cannabis oil mixed with coconut oil. Whilst such a cure is currently illegal in NZ, there are places on the planet where it is not. Read this woman’s inspiring story and/or watch the video.
“A lady was diagnosed with advanced terminal lung cancer and even though doctors said it is incurable, her daughter took efforts to obtain cannabis oil for healing after her mother received the oncologist’s death
sentence of six months left to live with her cancer. She preserved with amazing results and after curing her stage 4 lung cancer within 3 months she courageously posted an upbeat, outspoken YouTube testimonial.
She is from Australia and her family appears to be very comfortably middle class. However, cannabis is illegal there. It happened at the beginning of 2014 when she was diagnosed with a small cell of lung carcinoma after couple of attempts to get a biopsy done to determine the extent of masses discovered by scans earlier. Her oncologist did not approve radiation stating … “
– See more at: http://www.thebigriddle.com/2015/11/woman-combines-coconut-oil-and-cannabis.html#sthash.vHAnhKKZ.EZDYGhQy.dpuf