Month: January 2020

SARS and Corinavirus: looking to history and enthnobotany for a cure

Here are the herbal combinations that the Chinese government finally turned to during the SARS epidemic. I first heard about them during my research about Houttuynia cordata as an ethnobotanical in Japan. During the SARS epidemic, modern medicine wasn’t enough. It seems, looking at the numbers, that SARS was far more virulent than the current …

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Global Infrastructure is Not Moving Fast Enough for the Problems They Are Causing

I wonder how long it is going to take lobbying corporations in the resources and agricultural sectors, as well as their political cronies to figure out that working against the environment isn’t going to help them. In this episode of ‘Ostriches Against the World,’ Australian MP is continually attacking climate change proponents by using partial …

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