A decade of research has unveiled many amazing health benefits and medical treatments using Aloe vera that were once either only known in traditional medicine or not known at all.
Journal of Plant Medicines | ISSN 2689-4548 | Current Issue: Vol. 8. No. 1
Recent scientific research is unveiling at least part of the reason bacteria don’t usually become resistant to herbal antibiotics. Turns out that herbs block the quorum sensing ability of the bacteria.
Clinical research confirms that a combination of herbs produces significant improvements for women with polycystic ovary syndrome.
A number of recent studies from around the world have confirmed that the Artemisia herb significantly inhibits several types of cancers.
Research is confirming that watermelon is more than just heart-healthy. It seriously reduces blood pressure, reduces artery stiffness, lowers bad cholesterol and improves exercise recovery.
Dry mouth or xerostomia can be irritating and can increase tooth decay. This article discusses the causes and strategies to reverse the condition naturally.
While our antibiotics are growing weaker against stronger superbugs that have become resistant to them, Goldenseal provides a resistant-proof means of combating viral infections and bacteria infections alike.
Research confirms that Amlaki, an Ayurvedic remedy used for thousands of years for gut issues, is effective for treating gastrointestinal problems.
Ginger has been the most used traditional medicine throughout the world for thousands of years. The last five years of research confirms its amazing effectiveness for numerous disorders.
A chorus of research is pointing to the fact that Garlic can be a significant form of treatment for Parkinson’s disease.
An extract from the Baikal Scullcap herb called Baicalin is proving to be a treatment for leaky gut syndrome. Here’s the science.
Antiviral plant medicine Thyme – used for centuries in traditional medicine – has been proven effective in several studies to combat herpes and other difficult-to-treat viruses.
Clinical research is continuing to prove that a number of herbs have the ability to reduce prostate enlargement or BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia).
If you are considering the lectin-free diet you should know the facts first. Here are the scientific facts about the newest diet fad.