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CBD Study Reveals Potential as Alzheimer’s Treatment

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Older Americans often turn to CBD to ease chronic pain or insomnia. But a new study shows that it may also be a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.

The preliminary research, published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, notes that none of the drugs currently approved by the FDA to treat the brain illness do anything to slow down the disease.

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This “Healthy Oil” Is Linked to Alzheimer’s

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Mainstream doctors have long touted canola oil as healthy because it’s low in saturated fat.

But as we’ve said for years, this is junk medicine.

It’s possible for canola oil to be healthy…if it’s processed without heat. But it rarely is.

Mass-market canola oils are heated to the point that they produce chemicals called aldehydes. They can build up in your body and lead to heart disease and cancer.

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2 Tbs of This Juice Improves Memory by 30%

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The U.S. federal government spends nearly $3 billion a year of our tax money on dementia research. Big Pharma spends billions more.[1]

This hugely expensive scientific effort has one goal: To find a way to treat Alzheimer’s disease and to help seniors stay mentally sharp.

So far, the results have been dismal.

We don’t have any treatments that do anything to stop Alzheimer’s, or even slow it down.

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Is It a Normal Memory Lapse or Alzheimer’s?

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If you have a hard time identifying common smells, it could be an early warning of Alzheimer’s. 

That’s the surprising finding of a study at McGill University in Montreal. It looked at whether a simple smell test could reveal someone’s Alzheimer’s risk. 

Researchers tested 300 people who had a family history of dementia. All the subjects were given scratch and sniff patches of common smells such as gasoline, bubble gum, and lemon.

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Why Alzheimer’s Drugs Fail

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You might be surprised to learn that there are plenty of medications to treat Alzheimer’s. The FDA has approved five of them.

They are Aricept (donepezil), Razadyne (galantamine), Namenda (memantine), Exelon (rivastigmine), and Namzaric (donepezil and memantine).[1]

The reason you probably haven’t heard of them is that they don’t work very well. These drugs do nothing to stop the underlying disease—or even slow it down.

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How Olive Oil Fights Alzheimer’s

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Billions of dollars have been poured into Alzheimer’s drug research in recent years. So far, the effort has been a total failure.

No medications have been found that prevent or reverse Alzheimer’s.

Meanwhile, the incidence of the disease is exploding.[1]

But what if the best Alzheimer’s drug is not a drug at all?

A study shows exactly how one food keeps you mentally sharp—and why it may be the best weapon against Alzheimer’s.

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