New research is confirming that a traditional herbal medicine can increase bone regrowth in osteoporosis, fractures and gum disease.
Journal of Plant Medicines | ISSN 2689-4548 | Current Issue: Vol. 10. No. 1
Recent research has focused on herbs and plant compounds to fight COVID-19.
Medicinal Herbs of California is the first statewide field guide to more than 70 common medicinal plants of California.
Clinical research has determined that bipolar disorder can be safely treated with Ashwagandha, resulting in improvements in as little as two months. Other studies confirm its ability to treat anxiety and depression.
Studies are showing that foods high in flavonoids reduce cognitive decline and reduce brain inflammation.
Contact with poison oak and ivy can produce very itchy and troubling rashes which fortunately can be treated using homeopathy.
Recent studies find that certain herbs and essential oils can inhibit the bacteria that cause lyme disease.
Rosemary contains a myriad of medicinal compounds. This study identifies a number of them.
Studies are now confirming that eating more fruits and vegetables not only extends lifespan, but also reduces climate change.
Multiple clinical studies have found that several traditional herbs and nutrients reduce sickle cell anemia symptoms, including pain episodes.
Lemon verbena found to speed muscle recovery and reduce fatigue after a hard workout in addition to its other benefits.
Scientific studies are showing that a certain mushroom species can significantly boost endurance and exercise performance.
Research evidence confirms that hibiscus flower fights triple-negative breast cancer, even better than popular chemotherapy drugs.
Research proves that certain types of fiber will reduce inflammation more than other types of fiber.
Studies are showing that the ancient Ayurvedic herb Neem may reduce COVID-19 infections and halt new variants.
Research is confirming a new type of prebiotic found in carrots. Prebiotics nourish our gut’s probiotics.