For about a decade now, I’ve cringed whenever I’ve seen someone selling or buying echinacea. The echinacea flower is awfully pretty, curing a boring yard of a case of the summer doldrums. But a series of three studies published in top-of-the-line medical journals in 2005 —
Where’s that money I set aside to buy an extra house and land in case a family member has a health problem? Is it in my wallet? No. Is it on the bedside table? No. Is it in the kitchen next to the herbs and spices? No. Darn it, where could that money for an extra house and land be?