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It's time to discover ancient and scientifically proven systems of healing that have worked for thousands of years. Solutions that have been buried and paved over by the powers that be.

This is a system of medicine that synergizes with your entire body. One that treats root causes instead of just masking symptoms and creating side effects.

You will hear not only from dozens of renowned experts on natural medicine, but also from brave individuals who have healed and recovered from the most severe modern illnesses - without the use of potentially toxic drugs or invasive surgery.

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You will learn about incredible healing plants, time-tested remedies for some of the world’s most threatening diseases, and new perspectives on holistic wellness.

And most importantly, you will learn how you can apply this and help everyone you know to embrace a happier, healthier life.

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Ok, let’s get to it!

A Glimmer of Hope in a Gluten-Laden World

There’s no denying that gluten is problematic for everyone. Many doctors will suggest a strict gluten-free diet, but recent discoveries have revealed this may not be enough. New research suggests that the small intestines of up to 60% of adults with celiac disease never completely heal despite following a gluten-free diet.1

But beyond the risk of gluten contamination, a gluten-free diet does not appear sufficient for repairing intestinal damage. In one study from 2010 of 241 subjects with celiac disease, only 35% of subjects saw mucosal recovery of the small intestine after 2 years of following a gluten-free diet, and only 66% saw mucosal recovery after 5 years of eating a gluten-free diet.2

Another study from 2009 examined 465 celiac subjects who adhered to a gluten-free diet for 16 months and found that total restoration of the intestinal damage inflicted by gluten was exceptionally rare (roughly 8%) in adult celiac patients despite following a gluten-free diet.3 These findings suggest that while a gluten-free diet can help to prevent further damage, the avoidance of gluten alone is not sufficient for total gut restoration.

These findings are alarming, and we believe that this is a serious problem that needs to be addressed. At Microbiome Labs, we believe that collaborative efforts provide us with the opportunity to formulate novel products that can improve the quality of life for many of our customers.

That is why we have partnered with

Dr. Tom O’Bryan to formulate our newest product. Dr. Tom O’Bryan is a world-renowned expert in the field of gluten-related disorders, Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity (NCGS), Celiac Disease (CD) and their link to other chronic conditions, including autoimmune disorders and diseases. He holds teaching Faculty positions with the Institute for Functional Medicine and the National University of Health Sciences.

He has trained and certified tens of thousands of practitioners around the world in an advanced understanding of the impact of wheat sensitivity and the development of individual autoimmune diseases.

Stay tuned to learn more about this comprehensive gluten solution!

'All Disease begins in the Gut.'

Hippocrates of Kos, the father of modern medicine

I have a Gut feeling...

When we talking about having'gut feelings or 'gut instincts' we are reflecting the reality of how closely our guts and the brains are entwined. Your gut is a wonderful piece of engineering and its not actually part of human body at all- it is one to twoG kilos of microbiobes that live in your gut and make up the microbiome.

Our widespread ignorance about the microbiome arises from the fact that, until quite recently, its inhabitants, microbes, were imposible to study. We knew they helped protect the gut from dangerous invaders; that they synthesised a few vitamins; and that they gobbled up fibre that our bodies can't digest. Now we know far more than that:

  1. THEY HELP REGULATE OUR BODY WEIGHT. Gut can decide how much energy your body extract from the food you eat; control hunger signals; decide what food you crave; how much your blood sugar spikes in response to a meal. Can your microbiome make you fat? It certainly can. Can you change your microbiome so it works with you rather than agains you? You certainly can, and I will show you how.
  2. THE MICROBIOME not only PROTECTS our guts from INVADERS, it TEACHES and REGULATES our entire IMMUNE sysytem. ALLERGIES! Over the last half century we have seen a massive rise in allergic diseases, such as Asthma and Eczema, caused by overactive immune sysytem. We have also seen a huge surge in autoimmune diseases, ranging from inflammatory bowel disease to type 1 diabetes, which again are primarly caused by an immune sysytem that has got out of control.
  3. The MICROBIOME takes the bits of food our body can't digest and converts them into a wide range of hormones and chemicals. These, it seems, can control our mood, as well as our appetite and general health. Changing your biome may reduce anxiety and lessen depression.

Can Walking Barefoot Heal your heart?


LINK BETWEEN GUT HEALTH, DEPRESSION and ANXIETY!


Did you know your gut health may affect your mood and behaviour? The belief that gut health is connected to mental well-being dates back more than a hundred years. In the early 1900’s, scientists and clinicians emphasised the relationship between gastrointestinal health and mental health. By 1930, opinions reversed and it was thought that mental health disorders were an influencing factor in gastrointestinal disorders.

The interest in gut health has never been stronger and the exploration into the gut microbiota has revealed a close relation between behavioural issues, mood, and bacteria imbalance. There are a number of factors that influence the condition of the gut microbiota and gut environment, diet is a major one. Immune system health is also closely associated.

How Your Gut Is Connected to Your Brain

The gut is connected to the brain via the vagus nerve, the enteric nervous system, and the gut-brain axis. The vagus nerve extends from the brain stem down into the neck, thorax, and abdomen. The nerve exits the brain stem through rootlets in the medulla that are caudal to the rootlets for the ninth cranial nerve. The vagus nerve supplies motor parasympathetic fibers to all organs except adrenal glands, all the way from the neck down to the second segment of the transverse colon. It helps regulate heart rate, speech, sweating, and various gastrointestinal functions.

The enteric nervous system connects with the central nervous system. It contains 200-600 million neurons. Local and centrally projecting sensory neurons in the gut wall monitor mechanical conditions in the gut wall. Local circuit neurons, on the other hand, integrate this information. This enables motor neurons to influence the activity of the smooth muscles in the gut wall and glandular secretions such as digestive enzymes, mucus, stomach acid, and bile. The enteric nervous system has been referred to as a “second brain” because of its ability to operate autonomously and communicate with the central nervous system through the parasympathetic (i.e., via the vagus nerve) and sympathetic nervous systems.

Finally, the gut-brain axis consists of bidirectional communication between the central and the enteric nervous system, linking emotional and cognitive centers of the brain with peripheral intestinal functions There is strong evidence from animal studies that gut microorganisms can activate the vagus nerve and play a critical role in mediating effects on the brain and behaviour.

The Role of Bacteria in Depression and Anxiety

Research has shown the gut microbiota influences brain chemistry and behaviour. For example, people who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and the associated cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, diarrhoea, and constipation, commonly suffer from depression and anxiety as well.

The interaction between bacteria and depression and anxiety goes both ways. For example, in a 2009 study, male pup rats were stressed by separating them from their mothers, which altered the rat’s microbiota. Even though pups were separated for 11 days and just for three hours daily, researchers concluded that this adverse event might increase vulnerability to disease later in life, ranging from depression to irritable bowel syndrome.

Gut microbiota influences serotonin and dopamine production. In fact, more than 90% of the body’s serotonin is found in the gut. Serotonin is a key regulator of gastrointestinal motility. Serotonin is also one of the “feel-good” neurotransmitters and contributes to feelings of well-being and happiness. In fact, the enteric nervous system makes use of more than thirty neurotransmitters, including serotonin, dopamine, and acetylcholine.

In a 2014 study, depressed rats were given a strain of probiotics which resulted in “normalisation of the immune response and reversal of behavioural deficits." In this instance, it seems the use of probiotics may have had a therapeutic effect on anxiety and depression symptoms.

How to Aid or Restore Your Gut Flora

Following a healthy diet is one way to encourage a healthy gastrointestinal tract. Base your diet on fruits and vegetables. Add fermented foods, such as kefir and yogurt, to your diet for a good, natural source of probiotics.

If you don't consume probiotic foods, consider taking a high-strain probiotic supplements see our Wellness Shop.



By now, unless you’ve been on a remote island without Wi-Fi, you’ve heard about CBD.


Ultimate Guide To Choosing The Best-Quality CBD Products

The CBD industry is booming and growing exponentially at a rate faster than anyone expected.

With that boom comes many great CBD products that are available on the market today. Unfortunately, there are also some sub-standard CBD products too, and some of them could even be potentially dangerous. That’s why we’re bringing you the CBD Testers Ultimate Guide to choosing only the best CBD, with some pointers and guidance on what to look out for before you buy.

Check The Source!

Hemp has grown wild for centuries across many parts of the world until it was outlawed and prohibited in the 1930s. Hemp grows like a weed (hence the nickname) and spreads great distances even under extreme weather conditions and terrains. These days, hemp is grown legally in the USA following the Farm Bill 2018 which permitted the agricultural cultivation of hemp as long as it contains less than 0.3% THC (the compound in hemp and cannabis that gets you high).

Hemp grows in Europe and other parts of the world, but around half of the hemp grown is in China. While much of that Chinese hemp is likely cultivated well and safely, there are no meaningful regulations when it comes to the Chinese authorities. That’s even more of an issue after the hemp is processed and made into products like CBD oil. As well as regulations, environmental aspects are also a big part of the equation. Climate and pH levels in the soil are also essential factors in ensuring a good quality and safe final product.

Take Away Tip: Always check the source of the CBD you’re interested in buying. Try to find CBD extracts from the USA or Europe and ensure the farms growing the hemp are organic (which they usually are) and approved to grow the crop.

How’s It Extracted?

Extracting CBD and other cannabinoids and terpenes from hemp is a delicate process. There are also many different ways to extract the active compounds and chemicals, but not all of those methods are equal. The way the CBD is extracted has an overall impact on the final result. Some CBD products are extracted using heat from butane or by using solvents. These extraction methods are considered inferior to what’s known as Supercritical Co2 Extraction.

CO2 Extraction is considered to be the best and most effective way of extracting cannabinoids and terpenes from hemp. There are different types of CO2 Extraction; subcritical and supercritical. Supercritical is the method almost all reputable CBD manufacturers will use as it keeps the active compounds as intact as possible, especially as opposed to oil, dry ice, or solvent extraction methods. CO2 acts a little like a solvent as it’s passed through the plant material in a closed-chamber system. However, this method leads to no denaturing or damage to the hemp plants.

Take Away Tip: Always check the extraction method used by the CBD company whose products you’re interested in. If they confirm that they use Supercritical CO2 extraction methods, their products are likely to be of high quality (notwithstanding other factors).

Look for Natural and Organic CBD!

Choose organically grown CBD whenever possible

The way the CBD in the final product is extracted, as discussed above, is also a vital factor when it comes to keeping things natural and organic. If organic is a word that is important and features in your life, you won’t want to be ingesting CBD extracted by butane. You also want to ensure the product you’re buying doesn’t contain any pesticides or other things like heavy metals. The last thing a nature lover wants is to be potentially ingesting or vaping foreign chemicals often added to protect crops from bug infestations.

Many CBD vendors are 100% organic. You need to look out for additives and extraction methods, which are usually displayed on the product page online and/or on the label of the item. If the list of ingredients is long and arduous, it may not be the CBD product you’re ideally looking for. Many CBD companies at the top of the industry only use approved organic farms for their CBD extract, and that’s another thing to check for.

Take Away Tip: Always do your homework and establish that the CBD company you’re purchasing from uses organic farms for their CBD. Also make sure the product doesn’t contain butane molecules, pesticides, solvents, chemical additives, or heavy metals.

GMOs and Other Additives!

GMO stands for “Genetically Modified Organism.” This refers to any organism whose genetic material has been changed in any way via genetic engineering. The last thing you want inside your new bottle of CBD is GMOs, and that’s why most CBD companies specify that they never use them. Many CBD products like gummy bear edibles and vape juices contain additives like flavorings and sugar, so it’s advised you look out for those. Try to find CBD oils containing essential oils as the suspension. Olive oil and MCTs are an excellent place to start as they are considered safer.

Many CBD Vape juices, or E-liquids as they’re also called, contain a bunch of additives to make them vapeable. CBD E-liquid contains at least one of three carrier liquids: VG (Vegetable Glycerin), PG (Propylene Glycol) Or MCT (Medium Chain Triglycerides). While all three of these oils are food-grade and approved by the FDA, they are also controversial at the same time.

Vape juice is considered a way better alternative to smoking by many experts. However, recent news reports have questioned how safe PG and VG are when vaporized into the lungs. If this concerns you, look for a CBD vape juice which uses MCT as the carrier.

Take Away Tip: Try to check label information of products and have a good scan of the company’s website. Look out for phrases like “NON-GMO” and “no additives.”

Look for Broad or Full Spectrum CBD products

Full-spectrum CBD contains all the plant cannabinoids, flavonoids, and terpenes

As you’ve no doubt fathomed by now, not all CBD is equal. There are three main types of CBD extract used to make most CBD products on the market. There’s Isolate which is pure, 100% with no other minor cannabinoids or terpenes in the mix. There’s Full-Spectrum CBD which contains terpenes and cannabinoids but can also contain THC at levels potentially higher than 0.3% concentration. To avoid the THC but benefit from all the other cannabinoids and reintroduces terpenes, you’ll want to look out for Broad-Spectrum CBD.

Broad-Spectrum CBD amplifies the overall effect of the compounds through something called the “entourage effect.” Broad-Spectrum CBD offers this well-rounded effect as it also contains terpenes, antioxidants, flavonoids, Amino Acids, and Omega Fatty Acids. All of these elements work together to offer a full and long-lasting experience.

Take Away Tip: CBD comes in many different extract forms. If you want to feel the full effects of CBD with other elements (not including THC), opt for Broad-Spectrum CBD products, sometimes known as “whole plant.”

Packaging and Storage of CBD Products

The packaging is an all-important factor when it comes to CBD products. In fact, the packaging is as important as the source and extraction process, so there are several things to keep in mind. As CBD and the other ingredients oxygenate, through exposure to air and light, they break down to some degree, and some of the contents dissipate over time. CBD oil should come in a glass container in either opaque blue or amber. Try to steer clear of plastic contains as much as possible as it can encourage mold and mildew.

The way the CBD product is stored is also another vital component. While you have little control over that in terms of how the company stores its products, you can make your CBD last longer by storing it correctly at home. It’s best to store CBD in a cool, dark place with a reasonable temperature and low humidity. Also, try not to open the bottle more than you have to so as to not let too much fresh air enter the product. Keep CBD products out of direct sunlight and away from children and pets.

Take Away Tip: Having mentioned how to store your CBD at home, if possible, buy CBD products which are made recently. The last thing you want is CBD oil that has already oxidized from two years of sitting on a shelf.

Third-Party Lab Tests

One of the most vital things to check when you buy CBD products is the third-party lab results carried out by the company. Any reputable CBD company in the industry will send their whole product range for third-party testing by an objective, certified lab. The very best CBD vendors will test their CBD products on a batch-by-batch basis, even if it does cost extra to do so. These lab reports are not cheap, and the information provided is substantial. The labs test for things like heavy metals, pesticides, solvents, and other additives.

What’s even more interesting about these lab reports is that they also provide, as a matter of course, full cannabinoid and terpene content profiles. This means that you can see exactly what other ingredients are in the extract with precise percentages. Most good CBD manufacturers will display the third-party lab reports on their website in a transparent and easy to read format. In some case, you may need to reach out to their customer service department for those results, but that’s also a good thing to do. By contacting customer support before you buy a product, you can see how responsive and helpful they are, or not.

Take Away Tip: Always look for up-to-date third-party lab reports on the product page of the item that interests you. If you have any questions or queries, reach out to customer support to check their response times.

Final Thoughts

With the wide range of CBD products available on the market these days, it’s well-advised that you do your due diligence before making a purchase. If you follow the advice in this article and keep the “take away tips” in mind, you’ll be on the road to identifying the best-quality CBD out there.

Always feel free to test out the customer support team by asking a question or two. Then, check the third-party lab results as well as the product information on the bottle or the website. Finally, always ensure you shop around and look for price comparisons. This way you can rest assured you’re getting value for money as well as the finest quality CBD.