In a large study from ten European countries, Italian researchers have found that diets containing higher levels of flavonoids significantly reduce the incidence of gastric cancer.
Journal of Plant Medicines | ISSN 2689-4548 | Current Issue: Vol. 8. No. 3
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is growing around the world due to increased toxins, and there is no current pharmaceutical treatment. Herbs provide one of the few choices – and clinical research is proving it.
Antifungal drugs for Candida infections come with side effects. Turns out that some essential oils inhibit Candida better than two of these drugs, especially when used as aromatherapy.
New research finds that some of the fats in avocado are antioxidant and block cancer growth. This in addition to the incredible array of health properties of the humble avocado.
Scientists have discovered that an extract from the Larch tree – with a long history of traditional use – prevents the common cold and upper respiratory infections.
Research suggests that supplementing micronutrients can seriously boost our immunity.
Adding to their heart-healthy benefits, Harvard researchers have determined that increasing our intake of nuts decreases our risk of diabetes and pancreatic cancer.
Multiple studies have recently confirmed that eating an alkaline diet with plenty of vegetable protein reduces the risk of kidney failure and chronic kidney disease.
Medical research has found that the seeds of Nigella sativa improve glycemic control among diabetics. The study gave 94 human diabetics either one gram, two grams or three grams per day of Nigella sativa in capsules for three months.
Scientists have confirmed that peppermint oil significantly reduces intestinal spasms. This adds to the clinical evidence that peppermint oil is helpful for irritable bowel syndrome.
We can argue about diet all we want, but a huge study proves that plant-based fats are healthier than animal fats when it comes to heart disease.
Research from Finland has confirmed that a compound from the bark of the Spruce tree and similar tree barks is a powerful and functional prebiotic that feeds our healthy gut bacteria.
Researchers from Italy’s University of Pescara have determined in a clinical trial of 76 allergic asthma patients that a maritime pine bark extract significantly reduces asthma symptoms.
German researchers have determined that a formula of three herbs successfully treats children with learning difficulties, behavioral problems, anxiety, depression and attention deficit issues.