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Journal of Plant Medicines | ISSN 2689-4548 | Current Issue: Vol. 7. No. 1
Gingko biloba has been used for brain health and neurological conditions for centuries. Research is now confirming that Ginkgo can treat children with ADHD – even those currently on medication.
Research has proven that extracts from two combinations of herbs will deter the growth of a dangerous, sometimes flesh-eating bacteria species called Staphylococcus epidermidis.
Clinicians and researchers are finding that dried plums offer a blend of nutrients that naturally increase bone density and prevent fractures.
Researchers have found that extracts from papaya leaf inhibit cancer cells and the growth of cancer.
Labisia pumila – or Kacip Fatimah as its known in Malaysia – has been used for centuries to help pregnancies, birthing, menopause and a host of other women’s conditions. Now we find it fights Candida and bacteria infections. Find more benefits of this super herb.
Orange peels contain compounds that help reduce cholesterol. Learn about the evidence for eating the peel.
Research has confirmed that aloe vera significantly treats an inflammatory condition in the mouth called oral submucous fibrosis. Aloe has also been shown to treat burns and other inflammatory conditions.
Hops medicinal herb and its extracts have been found to affect estrogen receptors, reducing menopause symptoms. Turns out Hops also inhibits breast cancer development.
Research is indicating that selenium deficiency makes matters worse for an HIV patient. Supplementing selenium is not difficult, and not expensive.
Scientists working in conjunction with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency at the National Health and Environmental Health Effects Research Laboratory have found that arsenic exposure may be linked to several types of cancer, particularly...
Research has shown that zinc and other minerals can reduce autoimmune responses.
Despite the many pundits claiming that diets overloaded in saturated fats are healthier, new and old evidence proves that consuming too much saturated fat reduces cardiovascular health, and consuming more complex carbohydrates improves our cardiovascular health.
We can now add to our growing list of natural antibiotics the Willowherb plant – not to be confused with Willow bark. Find out how Willowherb can fight antibiotic-resistant bacteria alone or combined with antibiotics.