Ginger proves its antiviral prowess in research evidence against a number of significant virus infections.
Journal of Plant Medicines | ISSN 2689-4548 | Current Issue: Vol. 7. No. 2
Scientific research shows that sea buckthorn has a number of proven health benefits, including boosting stem cell production.
Recent research confirms that Scabies mites are becoming resistant conventional medicines and natural remedies such as lemongrass oil kill scabies mites.
This video reviews the herbs that have been documented among studies to be useful for COVID-19 coronavirus.
Twigs from the Miswak tree (S. persica) have been used to clean teeth for centuries. Research proves it can significantly improve oral health.
Clinical research has indicated that certain herbal medicines speed recovery times among COVID-19 patients.
As the COVID-19 outbreak breaks out around the world, the evidence shows it is not as deadly as initially suspected,. Increasing our immunity looks like one of the better strategies to fight the SARS-CoV-2 virus according to the evidence.
Recent studies find that certain herbs and essential oils can inhibit the bacteria that cause lyme disease.
Scientists have discovered a compound in olive oil that extends lifespan, potentially crushing resveratrol’s anti-aging benefits in the Mediterranean Diet.
Clinical research now confirms that Rhodiola rosea herb boosts moods and reduces depression. At least part of this is from reducing stress levels.
Clinical research has proven that pine bark extract can significantly reduce Parkinson’s disease symptoms, including tremors and cognitive function.
Clinical research has proven that spirulina can reduce appetite and aid weight loss. It also boosts the immune system and increases insulin sensitivity.
Multiple studies confirm that quercetin, a compound found in onions, capers and other foods, significantly reduces blood pressure.
Scientific research has established that eating bell peppers helps increase physical activity, metabolism and helps us lose body fat.