Aspirin, world leader in pharmaceutical drugs, patented already more than 100 years ago, is finding recently new reputation beyond pain relief. Learn about the actual - natural - power behind.
Samantha from St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, asks:
Again and again, I hear and read that Aspirin is good for this and good for that - obviously a kind of 'wonder drug'. How do you see this, Doc?
It is true that more and more press releases praise Aspirin as a kind of 'wonder drug', seemingly based on scientific research. By no means a myth - but a misinterpretation.
The philosophy behind:
Once upon a time in medicinal history...actually thousands of years back, aborigines - dependent basically on herbs for their health then - discovered that chewing the bark of a tree by the name white willow helped them to relieve pain.
Since that wasn't a secret, the German pharmaceutical company Bayer learned about at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution some 100 years ago. In order to make use of this natural power economically best, they synthesized the respective substance of white willow bark - salicylate - and surrounded it with a 'unique' man-made chemical formula in order to patent this new product by the industrial brand name Aspirin.
Whatever 'Aspirin' may be seemingly good for, according to latest research at the Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research at renowned Cornell University, the actual medicinal power behind Aspirin is nature's substance salicylate in White Willow Bark - which you can buy as a natural herb (free of man-made chemicals) at www.yourherbery.com.
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