Scientists have confirmed that pine bark significantly increases memory and cognitive power according to clinical studies.
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Continued evidence shows that cranberries can treat and prevent recurrent urinary tract infections – as good or better than antibiotic treatments.
Brewer’s yeast (nutritional yeast when deactivated) has proven medicinal benefits. These include helping reduce colds and flu, helping irritable bowels and helping to prevent heart disease.
A flurry of recent research published over the past month has found that resveratrol blocks a number of different cancers, including breast cancer, skin cancer and leukemia.
Medicinal herbs have many health benefits. On top of these, they are also great antioxidants, research shows.
Clinical research has confirmed that the ancient herbal remedy Mulberry leaf significantly lowers triglycerides, reduces low-density lipoprotein levels and lowers artery inflammation.
Tangy Hibiscus tea sure tastes great. It also treats high blood pressure – even beating out some ACE inhibitor drugs. It also treats urinary tract infections and improves cholesterol.
Pharmacy researchers have confirmed that Stevia isn’t just a healthy sweetener replacement – its constituents have the ability to treat diabetes. But what about the commercial Stevia extracts?
Within the peels of citrus is a compound called modified citrus pectin. This compound can boost immunity, lengthen lifespan, reduce heart disease along with other health benefits. Modified citrus pectin studied Research led by...
Kava kava is a traditional medicine of Micronesia with numerous medicinal effects. Here we find the evidence proving it treats anxiety, depression and inhibits cancer. It also boosts cognition. Kava also has a record of safety.
Ginger is already known for its anti-inflammatory abilities. New research is now confirming an ancient therapy of applying ginger topically to treat osteoarthritis pain and inflammation.
If you were hoping to replace a good diet with a blend of multivitamin supplements for cognitive health, you might be missing the big picture. The reality is that diet helps prevent Alzheimer’s disease, but not so much for multivitamin supplements.
Cordyceps sinesis is an ancient healing agent used to treat numerous conditions. Here we describe what it is, and lay out the scientific evidence proving it treats asthma and at least seven other conditions.
New research proves what natural health experts have been telling us for centuries – that olive oil with a Mediterranean diet results in a reduced risk of mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease.