What Sidas Do for You
Nearly everything in this book is from peer-review research, with some expert testimony.
Sidas are consumed by millions of people every day all over the world for their health, and people have been healing themselves with Sidas for thousands of years.
Sidas control or kill 27 pathogenic bacteria, including many resistant strains, including MRSA.
Sidas have shown excellent effect against malaria and other parasites.
Sidas have tested well against 16 pathogenic fungi, including 15 strains of candida.
Worldwide there have only been 40 studies where Sidas have been tested against cancer. Every one of them has had significant benefits. Many were cytotoxic, apoptotic, etc.
Sidas protect your liver, kidney & brain (and more). They are blood cleansing and help to balance your fats/lipids. They are adaptogenic, tonic, aphrodisiac, beneficial to digestion, and much more. This book lists 160 ways that Sida can benefit you
At least 10 Sidas are top Ayurvedic herbs, including the famous Bala. Several Sidas are Rasayana rejuvenating tonics as well.
Sida acuta can be grown in temperate climates as an annual. I grow it in Zone 8 outdoors. If you can grow tomatoes, you can probably grow Sida.
I expect to have an index and Sida photo page on my website, available for download, by mid-year 2018 (bbruneau.com)
This book is a complete reference on the known properties of the genus Sida. It is meant to be the "physician's desk reference" for Sida. This is an information-dense book and the information is presented as clearly as possible in 568 pages and about 800 peer-review references.
Sidas are arguably the most powerful herbal antibiotics in the world. They are non-toxic and universally beneficial. More so, they are anti-pathogens since they work against fungi, mold, malaria, cancer, viruses, etc.
I have successfully grown Sida acuta as an annual outside in our Northern California mountain climate for the past four years. I personally get adequate medicinal results from growing it as an annual, and processing it as a vodka extract. This is "a game changer" in our fight against resistant pathogens in our temperate world.
Sidas work against something like 65 pathogens. This includes: Staph (18 specific strains of Staph, including several multi-drug resistant strains), Candida (including at least 6 resistant strains), some cancers, gonorrhea, typhoid, Aspergilus mold, E. coli, Herpes simplex and other viruses, Kebsiella (pneumonia and hospital infections), Malaria, Mycobacterium, Salmonella (both food poisoning and typhoid), Shigella (diarrhea and dysentery), Strep (cavities, pneumonia), and kills internal worms.
There are 160 or so other benefits from taking Sida including: adaptogenic; anti-oxidant; analgesic; kidney, liver, heart and brain protective; a dozen benefits for human reproduction; chemoprotective; mineral accumulator; fiber and fuel source.. The Sidas are excellent fiber plants. The leaves have at least 20% good protein (mine have over 30%) and Sida is considered a survival food.
Traditional Uses of Sida chapter is for information purposes only and not to be construed as medical advice. Uses are drawn from around the world.
Author: William L. Bruneau
Publisher: William Bruneau
Size: 9.02h x 5.98w x 1.15d
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