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Pueraria Mirifica HRT Video by Dr.Garry Gordon

Dr. Gordon is considered to be the Father of Chelation Therapy and carries the banner for "alternative medicine" in the United States.
He is a member of many of the leading professional medical bodies, a medical researcher, consultant and a legal expert providing defense for alternative medical practices.
Dr Garry Gordon discusses HRT (Herbal Remedy Thailand)


Dr. I. Sandford Schwartz gives his presentation on the incredible powers of Pueraria Mirifica [Kwao Krua Kao]. This rare root grows only in a specific region of Thailand and has been shown to stabilize hormone levels in post-menopausal women that regularly consume this root. Dr. Schwartz gave this presentation at the Advanced Detoxification and Gene Based Medicine Conference hosted by Dr. Garry Gordon March 10-11, 2007.

An Ancient Thai herbal remedy by Dr. Sandford Schwartz, PHD

Born in Brooklyn, New York City, Dr. Sandy received his B.S. Degree (Nutrition & Management) from Pratt Institute, New York, his M.S. Degree (Dietetics & Management) from New York University, his M.H. (Master of Herbal Medicine) Degree from Emerson College of Herbal Medicine, Montreal, Canada, and his N.D. (Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine) Degree from Anglo-American University, U.K.

Dr. Sandy is credited with the design of numerous herbal and nutritional products, first developed for use in his private practice, where he treated over 10,000 patients. He regularly lectures in graduate and post-graduate programs, as well as in health forums, worldwide.

"The incidence of breast cancer in the United States is 141.1 and the incidence of breast cancer in the Chiang Mai Province of Northern Thailand is 13.7. Most of the males and females in this province consume a phytoestrogen herbal substance called Kwao Krua Kao. The scientific community named it Pueraria mirifica in 1952.".

Dr. James Howenstine, MD March 22, 2007 News With Views


Prof. Keith Scott-Mumby, MD, MB ChB, PhD

Founding member of the British Society for Clinical Ecology (now the British Society for Nutrition, Allergy and Environmental Medicine)

Scientific and medical advisor to the British Society for Homotoxicology
Certified chelation member of American College for the Advancement of Medicine
Professor of Nutrition and Vice-Chancellor at the Open International University for Complementary Medicines, also Senate
Professor of Energy Medicine at the former Capital University of Integrative Medicine (now demised)
Faculty: California Institute for Human Science

The Herb

The Research

“ The subjects were pre and postmenopausal women with vasomotor symptoms, such as hot flushes and night sweats.. Thirty-seven cases were evaluated. 20 of 37 (54.1%) randomly received a dose of 50 mg/day of Pueraria mirifica (Group A), and 17 of 37 (45.9%) received 100 mg/day of Pueraria mirifica (Group B). Conclusion: Pueraria mirifica, containing phytoestrogens, relatively alleviated the climacteric symptoms in perimenopausal women. While there was a slight decrease in lipoproteins and an increase in hormonal profiles, Pueraria mirifica demonstrates great promise in the treatment of climacteric symptoms among perimenopausal women.”
Journal of Medical Association of Thailand

Breast Cancer
“ One health benefit, I have already stated earlier, is that in the regions where PM grows, they have the lowest breast cancer rate in the world. Itís less than 10% of the United States rate. In addition, cell culture studies show that PM is anti-cancer to estrogen-sensitive breast cancer cells. Itís even beneficial for men. ... Perhaps, when PM occupies estrogen receptors, it acts in the same manner as the breast cancer preventer tamoxifen in that the receptors are occupied, but not triggered to produce the cascade of chemical reactions that activate the genes that facilitate cancer growth.”
Garry Gordon, M.D., D.O. M.D.(H)

“ Pueraria mirifica (Leguminosae), a Thai herbal plant, containing a high amount of phytoestrogens was a choice of interest for this study. Bone loss in trabecular and cortical bones of the various sites of axial bone (fourth lumbar vertebral body) and long bones (tibia and femur) after ORX was dose-dependently prevented by P. mirifica. The effects were specific on bone types and sites.”
Maturitas: Journal of the European Menopause & Andropause Society