These are some links to my blogs. Some I write just to amuse myself and keep my website updated. They can’t be short and out of control. If you like the scientific style and would like a short or long blog for your site, contact me. We can negotiate between $20 to $30 per hour depending on the difficulty of the subject matter.
Natural mosquito repellent is a run down on scientific studies of essential oils in Aunt Fannie’s mosquito repellent.
Terpenes in Now_n’_Later strain of cannabis is a run down on scientific studies of terpenes. Do these studies support the claims of Now n’ Later? They do, sort of.
Filtering of therapeutic antibodies This is something I wrote for a company I did consulting work for. I think it would look nicer as a blog on NanoPec.com’s website.
Stevia serratia for pain? This was inspired by refugees coming to the U.S. from Guatemala. Our opioid issues are giving some of them reason to flee their homeland. Could they also have some local herb alternative? Stevia serratia grows in Arizona too.
Pecan Nut Shell Extract This blog was inspired by many Brazilian papers. I’ve tried this stuff. It is pretty good. There’s a company in Georgia that sells it too.
Elevacity Coffee Mood enhancing coffee sounds like a good idea. I just want them to be more honest about what is in it for those allergic to tree nuts.
Wheat and rye alkylresorcinols I did some consulting work that introduced me to compounds called alkyl resorcinols. Perhaps an extract would make a good dietary supplement for those with type 2 diabetes.
peppermint oil for bowel syndromes This blog was inspired by a massage therapist who claimed that peppermint alleviates pain. I hit the scientific literature and learned some more things it does.
CB1 receptors and hair growth This blog was inspired by some consulting work I did on CB1 receptor partial agonists, inverse agonists, antagonists, etc.
unwanted membrane particles in filtration This is another blog written for NanoPec.com.
China berry powder for mosquito control Another blog inspired by mosquitoes where I live. It was also inspired by chinaberry trees where I live. South Africans actually use china berry tree extracts for mosquito control.
A brew for appetite control ?
Ganaderma lucidium polysaccharides is a follow up on the first blog.
Jul 30, 2018 9:09 AM
Ganoderma lucidium tea was inspired by some local mushroomers who recommended this tea for me to drink for medicinal purposes. Not until I know what is in it!
A brew for appetite control? We need the right bacteria in our guts producing short chain fatty acids. Couldn’t we just drink such a brew for moments of need?