Spring greetings, everyone. I would like to give you a short update on items we have added to our online store. First, however, I wanted to let you know about a very helpful website for those who wish to practice or use natural medicine. The website is greenmedinfo.com, and it is a compilation of studies on most of the major natural medicines in use today. You can search by either specific medicine or specific condition for abstracts of all the published studies on your subject.   This site makes doing research...

Sadly, the story of ouabain, the active ingredient in the plant strophanthus, is largely and somewhat mysteriously unknown. Few family doctors, internists and even cardiologists know of its effectiveness in treating and preventing heart disease and heart attacks, and it therefore remains unavailable to most heart patients.  A book written by German Naturopath Rolf-Jurgen Petry called “Ouabain: The Possible Victory Over Myocardial Infarction,” is a solution to this vacuum of information. However, it’s available only in its original German.  We’ve recently posted an article on our website titled “The Story...

Beginning Feb. 25, an exciting and free webinar titled The Heart Revolution will share information about the heart that is not usually widely available.  The organizers have assembled the leading figures in the world of heart disease and heart-disease therapy, in particular, the leading authorities on strophanthus/ouabain.  I am honored to be one of the presenters. If you are at all interested in learning about your heart or the heart of a loved one, please join us. To sign up for the free, online event, click here.  To purchase the package and get...

Listen to Dr. Cowan talk about what causes heart attacks on Wise Traditions Radio. http://wisetraditions.libsyn.com/59-what-causes-heart-attacks

he holiday season is generally not the time to inaugurate initiatives, but sometimes things just appear at their own time.  In addition to wishing everyone a joyful holiday filled with lots of family time, good food and creative introspection, I want to use this opportunity to send out the first “heart” newsletter. OK, let’s get to the important stuff.  With this newsletter I am going to introduce ideas and strategies that I believe are important to understand the heart and circulation as well as the treatment and prevention of heart disease.  ...

Click Here for a recorded Broadcast, interviewed by LDN Research Trust, on how Dr. Cowan uses Low Dose Naltrexone in his practice.

Perhaps the best part of writing a book is that once people start to read it, they send letters and emails suggesting that I look into some aspect of the subject that they have looked into or heard about. As many of you know, my heart book, Human Heart, Cosmic Heart, has been out for about three weeks, and the new ideas are already rolling in. One of them, a remarkable insight about the heart sent to my by a doctor in Europe, I want to share with you not...

Dear friends, October 1 was a milestone day for me: my 60th birthday. It was a time for me to reflect on what I have done in my life, the people I have met who have helped me along the way, and also to realize that I am well into this journey we call life. These reflections, especially the last one, has motivated me to no longer put off things that are important in my life. Hence, this letter. More than 30 years ago I learned that Rudolf Steiner said...

How (& Why) To Eat More Vegetables, Why A Plant Is Like An Upside-Down Human, Little-Known Superfood Plants & More!Podcast with Ben Greenfield Fitness

Hello, everyone. After a few months’ experience with our new biophoton machine, I have come to a few tentative conclusions. The first is that using the heat-sensing camera allows me to see certain abnormalities that can lead us to a more accurate diagnosis. An example is people whose camera images clearly demonstrate a line of elevated temperature emanating from their spinal column along the distribution of a nerve root. I have seen this line in both the neck and lower-back areas. These findings often correlate with symptoms of nerve pain...