Dr. Asa Hershoff Releases a Non-Fiction Book


(Burbank, CA) Apium graveolens, is the scientific name of celery.  Meanwhile, the family is Apiaceae.  Celery, interestingly, is a marshland plant.  It is believed that, since antiquity it has been cultivated in order to be eaten, as a vegetable.  As a vegetable, it is green with a long fibrous stalk that ends, in leaves.  Additionally, the seeds of the plant are used as a spice.  Furthermore, the extracts of the celery plant are used, as herbal medicine.  Recently, Dr. Asa Hershoff announced that, he is very familiar with celery.  Specifically, the aforementioned author revealed that, he has released a non-fiction book.  The non-fiction book is entitled, The Dangers of Celery:  The Toxicity & Risks of Excess Celery Juice Consumption.  In, The Dangers of Celery:  The Toxicity & Risks of Excess Celery Juice Consumption, Dr. Hershoff reveals that it is dangerous to eat celery. 
            The danger of eating celery, particularly consuming celery as a juice, according to Dr. Asa Hershoff; is made possible by the following book publishing company.  Officially, the book publishing company is, Healing Wisdom Books.  However and returning to, celery, the aforementioned does have a cultivation process.  The plant is normally raised from the seed, to start the cultivation process.  The seeds are then sown in a hot bed, or, in a garden.  For the remainder of the growing process, celery is planted in deep trenches.  The idea of deep trenches is to avoid having the sun light, hit the stems of the celery plant.  In North America, Pascal celery is the most common, for commercial production.  Additionally, the Pascal celery plants are divided into two classes; white and red.  In regards to the cultivation process; the stalks of the plants are placed in tight, straight and parallel bunches.  For the North American marketplace, celery is eaten raw, and, as an ingredient in salads.  Additionally, it is used as the base of flavor for soups, stews and pot roasts.  Interestingly, celery stalks can be preserved through a pickling process.  The pickling process involves removing the leaves, boiling the celery stalks, adding vinegar, adding salt and adding vegetable oil. 
            Returning to, The Dangers of Celery:  The Toxicity & Risks of Excess Celery Juice Consumption, the aforementioned reveals 16 proved toxic effects of the celery plant.  These toxic effects are dangerous, when a person consumes large quantities of celery, according to Dr. Asa Hershoff.  Fascinatingly, he also believes that people are already, experiencing the side effects without knowing.  The premise of the book, The Dangers of Celery:  The Toxicity & Risks of Excess Celery Juice Consumption, is that food and medicine are two distinct things.  For the non-fiction book’s premise, Dr. Asa Hershoff argues that celery has always been an herbal medicine.  Coincidentally, the decade of the 1820s is when celery, started to be eaten as a vegetable.  The argument then becomes that, all medicines have inherent risks.  This is particularly true, when considering the dosage.  Dr. Asa Hershoff also argues that celery; is closely related to poison hemlock, and, water dropwort.  The latter, are poisonous plants that, are found in North America.  Due to the latter and as part of Dr. Hershoff’s argument, celery is known to cause the following five negative side effects.  The first negative side effect is; allergic reactions, asthma and fatal anaphylaxis.  The second negative side effect is, extreme sun sensitivity.  The aforementioned, is believed to cause sun burns, and, skin cancers.  The third negative side effect is; a miscarriage, male infertility and fetal abnormalities.  The fourth negative side effect is, suppressed detoxification of the liver and body.  Finally the fifth negative side effect is, incompatibility with hundreds of medical drugs. 
            To end, Dr. Asa Hershoff has previously released other books.  Three of those previously released books are; The Ten Laws of Power, The Ten Laws of Loss and The Ten Laws of Shadow.  For more than 40 years, he has focused on natural health.  The focus on natural health includes practicing, writing and speaking engagements.  Dr. Asa Hershoff is considered to be an expert, when it comes to mind-body healing.  Coincidentally, he is also one of the pioneers of the Country of Canada’s natural health movement.  For this effort, he helped found the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine.  This occurred in the year, 1978.  As previously stated, Dr. Asa Hershoff recently announced that, he is very familiar with celery.  Specifically, the aforementioned author revealed that, he has released a non-fiction book.  The non-fiction book is entitled, The Dangers of Celery:  The Toxicity & Risks of Excess Celery Juice Consumption.  In, The Dangers of Celery:  The Toxicity & Risks of Excess Celery Juice Consumption, Dr. Hershoff reveals that it is dangerous to eat celery.  Lastly, the book publishing company is, Healing Wisdom Books.

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09/14/2019

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