Zlott is passionate about educating student occupants and pharmacists, and his major goals are to improve awareness of oncology across the pharmacy profession and to contribute, in a few small way, to the incredible work that continues to progress the occupation of pharmacy. Daniel E. Buffington, PharmD, MBA, FAPhA,is President and Founder of Clinical Pharmacology Providers, an ambulatory treatment practice. He is on fac­ulty with the University of South Florida Colleges of Medicine and Pharmacy and acts while a Fellow with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Providers , concentrating on initiatives related to medication medicine and safety therapy administration.1. CapsicumCapsicum is a spicy herb that is found in salsas and chili often. Extracts of the herb have stimulating properties that assist in blood flow. This can help decrease toxins also. Studies show a correlation between capsicum and lower blood and cholesterol pressure. 2. PsylliumThe correlation between psyllium and good health has been studied for a number of years. For example, a recent study found that ingesting 5.1 grams of psyllium twice a full day resulted in significant reductions in both the LDL cholesterol and serum cholesterol. 3. Hawthorn berryThis herb contains powerful antioxidants offering many benefits to the heart.