Insulin Toxicity, Silent Stroke, Brain Lacuna, and Coming Years

Majid Ali, M.D.

A brain lacuna is a localized area of loss of brain cells which does not cause any signs and symptoms of brain damage. It is considered as a small silent stroke. It must also be considered an important wake-up call for gardener thinking.


A Bit of Gardener Thinking for Brain Health

 

As roots are to roses, so the liver to the brain.

As roots are to roses, so the the bowel to the liver.


 

Gardener Thinking

Gardeners are usually clear-headed. They don’t count wilting leaves and classify diseases by the number, form, and location of wilting leaves. They think of the health of the soil and sunlight for their flowering plants.


 

For bowel health, please consider my videos and articles under the Seed-Feed-Weed category.

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