Brand from United States: Derma Elements. Improves skin quality via hormone-balancing A hormone is a chemical released by a cell or a gland in one part that sends out messages to affect cells in other parts of the body. Research has proven that hormones and our immune system directly affect the quality of our skin. As we age, hormone secretion decreases and hormone imbalance leads to skin aging. Soy isoflavone extracted from soy beans is a natural hormone, also known as phytoestrogen. Soy isoflavone can be absorbed by human bodies, hence repair damaged cells, restore skin firmness and resilience. At the same time stimulate collagen production and improve fine lines. Soy Isoflavone Extract is very similar to human estrogen hormones. It is especially efficient in improving problems like imbalanced and insufficient female hormone. It effectively improves skin quality and back tracks the youthful radiance and resilience. Best for: Aging and sagging skin due to imbalanced hormone How to use: After cleansing, apply 1 to 2 ml over the whole face. Massage with palm in an upward circular motion. Use every morning and evening.
Brand from United States: Derma Elements. Improves skin quality via hormone balancing. A hormone is a chemical released by a cell or a gland in one part. A hormone sends out messages to affect cells in other parts of the body. Research has proven that hormones and our immune system directly affect the quality of our skin. As we age, hormone secretion decreases and hormone imbalance leads to skin aging. Soy isoflavone extracted from soy beans is a natural hormone, also known as phytoestrogen. Soy isoflavone can be absorbed by human bodies, hence repair damaged cells, restore skin firmness and resilience. At the same time stimulate collagen production and improve fine lines. Soy isoflavone extract is very similar to human estrogen hormones. It is especially efficient in improving problems like imbalanced and insufficient female hormone. It effectively improves skin quality and back tracks the youthful radiance and resilience. Best for aging and sagging skin due to imbalanced hormone. How to use: After cleansing, apply 1 to 2ml over the whole face. Massage with palm in an upward circular motion. Use every morning and evening.
Brand from Taiwan: Formotopia. Granactive Retinoid (HPR or Hydroxypinacolone Retinoate) 2%: A new member of the retinoid family and a next-generation anti-aging active for cosmetics. This FDA-approved ingredient works similar to retinoic acid, the metabolite of retinol, but without its irritation. It helps skin renewal, reduces surface roughness and age spots, and prevents skin scaling. GABA: It used in this formulation is a common type of non-proteinogenic amino acids in animals, plants, and also human bodies. Its importance lies in how it regulates the physiological functions of the body. GABA is also an ECOCERT-certified natural ingredient that helps reduce fine lines, improves skin elasticity and smoothness, repair damaged skin, and promotes cell reproduction. Bisabolol: It mainly extracted from Roman chamomile, is an anti-allergy and antibacterial ingredient suitable for sensitive skin for its mildness. Also, because of its great antibacterial property, it promotes wound healing, improves skin roughness and redness, slows down skin aging, and enhances skin s resistance to external stressors. A Non-Irritant Anti-Aging Formula with Granactive Retinoid. Targets: wrinkles, age spots, roughness and scaling skin. Suggested Usage: press 1-2 drops. Rich and non-sticky. How to use: Apply a small amount to face in the PM as part of your skincare regimen, after water serums but before heavier treatments. Do not use with other retinoid treatments.
Detective Inspector Geraldine Steel relocates to London to take on another harrowing murder investigation. The bodies of two black girls are discovered in quick succession in North London; two teeth from each victim extracted after death. One of the girls worked in a massage parlour and suspicion falls on a client of hers, a known racist, but while the police flounder, the killer takes another girl home to his attic, where he keeps his victims chained up while he shows them his 'collection'.With the death toll mounting, DI Geraldine Steel is running out of time as she hunts for the elusive killer the papers are calling 'The Dentist'. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lucy Price Lewis. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/010025/bk_adbl_010025_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Listen to Toxic Teeth to learn secrets about toxic teeth unknown to most people, including most dentists. Discover how to heal from disease-causing dental issues. Gum disease The toxicity from root canals Jawbone disease - often silent Toxic materials used in: Fillings Implants Bridges Crowns Dentures Sneaky and often silent, many dental issues may go undiagnosed for years, if ever. Mercury and other toxic heavy metals used in fillings, crowns, bridges, partials, dentures, and implants continually seep into every cell in our bodies creating heavy metal poisoning that triggers disease. Whether or not we know it, over half of us harbor gum infections. If we have ever had teeth extracted, it is quite likely that cesspools of infection (cavitations) bubble deep within our jawbones. Root canal teeth seed nasty infections, causing untold suffering. Dental infections spread through the bloodstream into our brains, hearts, and other organs, leading to many kinds of diseases, such as heart disease, cancer, autoimmune diseases (allergies, asthma, thyroid problems), and facial pain. Your doctor may not believe this. If so, your doctor needs to listen to this book. Toxic Teeth will help you to understand exactly what options you really do have about your dentistry and your health. Is it possible that the most common dental procedures practiced by nearly all dentists put you at a high risk for life-threatening illness? Listen to Toxic Teeth to see how you can easily prevent problems with your teeth and gums before they ever happen and reverse problems that you may already be experiencing. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Y.L. Wright M.A.. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/067997/bk_acx0_067997_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
There has been a great deal of talk about the healing powers of CBD oil. Here, in the pages of this book, you will get a firsthand look at what it’s all about.CBD, the primary compound extracted from the Cannabis Sativa plant, has been proven to reduce pain, ease anxiety, and manage a host of other medical problems. This is an all-natural drug that our bodies have been designed to respond to. However, with all the amazing promises it has to offer, there still is a great deal of controversy surrounding this amazing plant.Learn the history of it, the legalities concerning it, and everything you need to know to ensure that you get the right product to enhance your health. It has only been in the last two decades that science has been able to confirm that CBD can have a profound effect on your overall health and bring relief to people who are suffering from all sorts of ailments. You will learn:A brief history of how CBD oil has been used through the yearsIts scientific make-up and why it worksWhat are cannabinoids and why you should understand themThe legal issues surrounding CBDHow to choose the right dealer and ensure you get a quality productHow to use CBD oil for pain reliefHow to use it to treat emotional and social disordersWhat experts say about CBD oil and cancer treatmentEven if you have no scientific or legal background, this book is in layman’s terms, using simple English. For anyone who wants to know more about this amazing product and how to use it, this book is for you. If that’s you, then it’s time for you to take the next step in changing your health by downloading this book right now. So, what are you waiting for, let’s get started. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Rebekah Nemethy. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/125196/bk_acx0_125196_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Oyster mushrooms are popular edible mushrooms and commercially available in Korea and Bangladesh, which has been widely used for nutritional and medicinal purposes. The sequences of ITS region of selected strains revealed that the total length ranged from 507 to 663 bp. Sequence analysis showed that 5.8S of rDNA sequences were identical. RAPD and ITS techniques were well competent for detecting the genetic diversity of all tested strains of oyster mushrooms. Evaluation of the antioxidant activities, tyrosinase inhibitory effects on the fruiting bodies of oyster mushrooms extracted with acetone, methanol and hot water. Feeding of a diet containing a 5% P. citrinopileatus, P. eryngii, P. nebrodensis, P. ostreatus, and P. salmoneostramineus fruiting bodies to hypercholesterolemic rats reduced plasma total cholesterol, triglyceride, LDL, total lipid, phospholipids, and LDL/high- density lipoprotein ratio. Feeding mushroom also significantly reduced body weight in hypercholesterolemic rats. The plasma lipoprotein fraction, separated by agarose gel electrophoresis, indicated that oyster mushroom significantly reduced plasma beta and pre-beta- lipoprotein, while increased -lipoprotein.
The prohibition of torture - the right to physical and mental integrity - is guaranteed in the strongest terms under international law. It is protected as an absolute right, non-derogable even in times of war or public emergency under many human rights treaties and is also generally accepted as a part of customary international law and even ius cogens. The main instrument to combat torture within the framework of the United Nations is the Convention Against Tortureand other Cruel, Inhuman, or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CAT).This Commentary explores the problematic definition of torture in the Convention, the substantive obligations of States parties, the principle of 'non-refoulement', provisions for international monitoring, and also the concept of preventative visits to all places of detention as contained in the Optional Protocol to the CAT. It also covers issues including the distinction between torture and cruel inhuman or degrading treatment and the principle of non-admissibility of evidence extracted undertorture. Full article by article commentary on the Convention also provides historical context and thorough analysis of case-law and practice from international and regional courts and monitoring bodies. Relevant case-law from domestic courts are also discussed.Despite the broad ratification and the universal recognition of the prohibition of torture and other forms of ill-treatment we witness a 'global crisis' affecting the majority of countries worldwide. In recent years the protection of human rights is experiencing a particularly serious crisis - also affecting the phenomenon of torture - in which official narratives and public belief often trivialise and even endorse such practices in the name of security and the fight against terrorism, ignoringthe suffering and damages it causes. On the other hand, the positive experiences in some States illustrate that torture can be eradicated if the provisions of CAT and OPCAT are taken seriously and are being fully implemented.This is an open access title available under the terms of a CC BY-NC 4.0 International licence. It is offered as a free PDF download from OUP and selected open access locations.
As departure point for this work Katharina Schmid makes reference to the overriding importance of European Union legislation and the EU political system to all businesses operating in Europe. This book, after a preliminary analysis of the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe , aims to answer the questions, in how far business interests did take part in the establishment of the EU Constitution and what effects the treaty would have on the system of business interest representation in Europe. In the appraisal the author distinguishes two primary factors determining the ability of business interests to exert influence. Firstly, the new balance of power between member states and the EU institutions and among the EU bodies themselves is being analysed. Following this, the system of interest representation on EU-level is looked into and possible effects of the treaty are extracted. The conclusions of this work are directed at business interest representation organisations in the EU. Yet anybody who takes interest in European integration or in how business interests enter the EU decision making process shall find answers.