Organic – Healthy – Happy
“When you open one particle, you will find another Sun in it”
-Hatef Esfahani, Persian Poet
HydraGREEN has sprouted from Hydrafact to help shift the industry’s focus towards a more sustainable future
How can we generate the necessary energy to keep our world functioning while taking care of custodian home? What knowledge do we have that we can share about improving our health and happiness?
Our Founder Professor Bahman Tohidi says of his experience with Cancer: “This cancer was an invaluable lesson for me. For example, I realised how much damage we are causing to environment, e.g., we as the most powerful living body should play the role of protector of all living bodies, not a destroyer. It is not fair and not Human : ‘Do not bother the ant which is carrying seed because it has soul and it is happy with its sweet soul.'”
HydraGREEN will be exploring these questions here. Be sure to keep up to date with us on social media so you don’t miss out on anything!
Dr. Tohidi Shares his Journey with his Health and provides encouraging words (فارسی)
*NEW*: Dr. Tohidi shares his method for eating Garlic and Honey (فارسی)
A Special Course with Professor Tohidi: Experience of a Cancer Survivor: How Am I Fighting My Glioblastoma Brain Cancer?
My knowledge reached the level, that I realise how little I know -Avicenna
In Professer Bahman Tohidi’s own words:
In Mid-September 2016 I became very ill, and by November I was diagnosed with Brain Cancer. “You only have 6 to 24 months to live” said the doctor. “What caused the cancer?” I asked. The response I got was simply that it was bad luck. I asked if I needed to follow any special diet, but I was told to eat whatever I liked, and to enjoy my life. I underwent surgery, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy while I started a crusade to find out what could cause cancer, and how to prevent and fight it.
It has been an exciting, enjoyable, and sometimes frightening 6 years and I have learned a lot. However, as Avicenna said, the more I learned, the more I realised just how little I know. After 6 years of exploration (keep in mind that the average life expectancy of Glioblastoma is 12-18 months), I have gained the confidence to share my experiences with others in the hope that it will help them on their journeys. Please note that I am not a medical doctor, so please consult with your doctor before trying anything. Some methods and procedures may not work with your condition as each individual case is unique.