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22. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20709154 Acupuncture is effective to attenuate stress and stimulate lymphocyte proliferation in the elderly
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1. www.waterencyclopedia.com/Mi-Oc/Mineral-Resources-from-the-Ocean.html
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ΑΝΤΙΘΡΕΠΤΙΚΕΣ ΕΝΩΣΕΙΣ

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2. Oncology Nutrition. Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Soy and Breast Cancer. http://www.oncologynutrition.org/erfc/hot-topics/soy-and-breast-cancer/

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1. Reddy AC1 et.al. 1994;38(6):349-58.tudies on anti-inflammatory activity of spice principles and dietary n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids on carrageenan-induced inflammation in rats
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8. Takada Y et.al Oncogene. 2004 Dec 9;23(57):9247-58.Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents differ in their ability to suppress NF kappaB activation, inhibition of expression of cyclooxygenase-2 and cyclin D1, and abrogation of tumor cellproliferation.
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Αποτοξίνωση ήπατος και χολής

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6. Asokan S et.al. Effect of oil pulling on plaque induced gingivitis: a randomized, controlled, triple-blind study. Indian J Dent Res. 2009 Jan-Mar;20(1):47-51. PMID: 19336860
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Αποτοξίνωση αλουμινίου

• Alzheimer’s Risk Factors
• Human Health Risk Assessment for Aluminium, Aluminium Oxide, and Aluminium Hydroxide
• Alzheimer’s and Aluminum in Brain Tissue – True Link Found by Scientist
• Aluminum and Glyphosate Can Synergistically Induce Pineal Gland Pathology: Connection to Gut Dysbiosis and Neurological Disease
• Aluminium DOES Cause Alzheimer’s: Expert Says New Findings Confirm the Metal Plays a Role in the Devastating Brain Disease
• Aluminium in Brain Tissue in Familial Alzheimer’s Disease
• A Role for the Body Burden of Aluminium in Vaccine-associated Macrophagic Myofasciitis and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
• Comparative Metal Distribution in Scalp Hair of Pakistani and Irish Referents and Diabetes Mellitus Patients
• Diabetes and the Environment
• Glutathione Alleviated Peripheral Neuropathy in Oxaliplatin-treated Mice by Removing Aluminum from Dorsal Root Ganglia
• History of Aluminum
• Oligomeric but Not Monomeric Silica Prevents Aluminum Absorption in Humans
• The Effect of Diatomaceous Earth in Live, Attenuated Infectious Bronchitis Vaccine, Immune Responses, and Protection Against Challenge
• Components of Practical Clinical Detox Programs – Sauna as a Therapeutic Tool
• Isolation of a Wide Range of Minerals from a Thermally Treated Plant: Equisetum Arvense, a Mare’s Tale
• Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields Stimulation Modulates Autoimmunity and Immune Responses: A Possible Immuno-modulatory Therapeutic Effect in Neurodegenerative Diseases

Αποτοξίνωση με μπετονίτη

• Evaluation of the Efficacy, Acceptability and Palatability of Calcium Montmorillonite Clay Used to Reduce Aflatoxin B1 Dietary Exposure in A Crossover Study in Kenya.

• Chemical and Mineralogical Characteristics of French Green Clays Used for Healing
• Aflatoxin B1
• First Nations’ Ancient Medicinal Clay Shows Promise Against Today’S Worst Bacterial Infections
• A Macroepigenetic Approach to Identify Factors Responsible for the Autism Epidemic in the United States
• Broad-Spectrum in Vitro Antibacterial Activities of Clay Minerals Against Antibiotic-Susceptible and Antibiotic-Resistant Bacterial Pathogens
• A Review on the Adsorption of Heavy Metals by Clay Minerals, With Special Focus on the Past Decade

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Unani Tipp= Ιατρική των Ελλήνων

1. Ahmad S I. Introduction to Al-Umoor-Al-Tabi’yah Principles of Human Physiology in Tibb. Delhi-6, India: Saini Printers Pahari Dhiraj; 1980. pp. 57–58.
2. Ali S M, Islam R, Alam M. A Scientific Co-relation between Blood Groups and Temperaments in Unani Medicine. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge. 2007;6:319–323.
3. AYUSH, author. AYUSH Government of India. 2010. Retrieved from the linkhttp://indianmedicine.nic.in/index3.asp?sslid=133&subsublinkid=14&lang=1 on 7 April 2010 at 17:15 IST.
4. Azmi AA. Basic Concepts of Unani Medicine A Critical Study. Hamdard Nagar, New Delhi ,India: Jamia Hamdard; 1995. pp. 5–6.
5. Bhika R. Learning with Tibb. South Africa: Ibn Sina Institute of Tibb; 2006a, b. pp. 13–14.
6. Encyclopaedia Britannica. (15th edition) 1974;3:846.
7. Henry ES. Theories and Philosophies of Medicine. Hamdard Nagar, New Delhi-110062,India: Institute of History of Medicine And Medical Research (IHMMR); 1973. p. 182.
8. Majusi A A. Kamil al Sana. Idara kitab-us-shifa,Daryaganj New Delhi-2, India: 2010. pp. 61–62. Urdu translation by Ghulam Husain kanturi.
9. Masihi AS. Kitab al Mia’t. New Delhi-110058 India: Institutional Area apposite D block Janakpuri; 2008. p. 101. Urdu translation by Central Council for Research in Unani Medicine.
10. Niamatullah S. Theories and Philosophies of Medicine. Hamdard Nagar, New Delhi-110062, India: Institute of History of Medicine And Medical Research (IHMMR); 1973. p. 83.
11. Shah HM. The General Principles of Avicenna’s Canon of Medicine. Idara Kita-us-Shifa. New Delhi, India: 2007. pp. 37–42.
12. Siddiqui K. Unani Medicine in India. Institutional area Janakpuri , New Delhi-110058, India: Central Council for Research in Unani Medicine(CCRUM); 2009a, b. pp. 5–6.
13. Siddiqui T. Unani Medicine in India-1524to 1605AD. Indian Journal of History of Science. 1981;16(1):22–25. [PubMed]
14. Wikipedia, author. 2011 humorism. retrieved on7april2011 at 17:00 IST
15. Farkhunda Jabin A Guiding Tool in Unani Tibb for Maintenance and Preservation of Health: A Review Study Afr J Tradit Complement Altern Med. 2011; 8(5 Suppl): 140–143.
Published online 2011 Jul 3. doi: 10.4314/ajtcam.v8i5S.7Afr J Tradit Complement Altern Med. 2011; 8(5 Suppl): 140–143.