How to use the ‘nicle’ plant, plant, or medicine

By Dr. Peter De Luca, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Author of “Cures for a Healthier Life,” and co-author of the book “Healthy, Healthy Plants,” Dr. De Luco is the author of “Healthier, Healthy Plant: Discovering Natural Alternatives to Medicinal Plants and Other Healing Products.”

He is the founding director of the Natural Herbology and Plant Health Institute, an international nonprofit dedicated to increasing knowledge about plant medicines and health benefits.

The book is available on Amazon.com.

He was the first person in the world to use nicle to treat arthritis.

“Nicle is the most widely used herb in the western world.

It is used in over 10,000 countries and has been used by people from the Stone Age to today,” Dr, De Lucac said.

“It has also been used to treat pain and other ailments.

I’ve had patients who had surgery or who had chronic health problems from which they would have had to take medication.

They wouldn’t be able to tolerate it.

It’s also used to fight infection, arthritis, cancer, heart disease, etc. The main ingredients are the same as the plant, the most important ingredient is nicle.

The medicinal benefits of nicle are so great that it is used as a treatment for almost all common chronic and serious ailments.”

Nicle is used to relieve the pain and stiffness associated with osteoarthritis, and has the potential to relieve headaches, depression, anxiety, depression and some types of PTSD.

Nicle has been shown to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, stroke and cancer, and it is often used to ease depression, arthritis and other joint and muscle problems.

Nicular is used for skin conditions, and may be used as an adjunct to other treatments, including acupuncture, massage and herbal medicine.

Dr. de Luca is a licensed clinical psychologist in the United States and Canada.

Dr, de Lucac has published more than 200 scientific papers and has received numerous awards and citations for his work.

He is a member of the American College of Physicians, the American Medical Association and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.

He has lectured on medicine, natural medicine and the scientific method at schools and universities throughout the United State, Canada and Australia.

He holds the National Academy of Sciences’ Medal of Honor.

“The National Academy is one of the world’s leading scientific and medical organizations, dedicated to advancing knowledge and advancing public health,” Dr de Lucan said.

He received his medical degree from the University of Rochester in 1974, and completed his residency at the University Hospital of Naples, Italy, in 1979.

He completed a fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, and received his M.D. from the Mayo School of Medicine in Rochester, Minnesota, in 1995.

He serves as the director of a clinical psychology center at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and is on the faculty of the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology at the American University in Washington, D.C. He teaches at the International Center for Clinical Assessment in Chicago.

Follow him on Twitter at @pete_de_luca.