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Journal of Plant Medicines | ISSN 2689-4548 | Current Issue: Vol. 7. No. 1
Researchers have found that Silymarin extracts from the Milk thistle herb inhibit the growth of the Human immunodeficiency virus-1 (HIV-1). This makes milk thistle a possible treatment against AIDS.
Research has confirmed that brown seaweed safely slows glucose release from the gut, while other research has shown that brown seaweeds increase insulin sensitivity and helps balance and normalize insulin levels and blood glucose levels.
Soy intake reduces breast cancer risk, even among those with a breast cancer genetic trait. But is this effect only found among Asian women? Find out why this is also applicable to non-Asian women.
Something we already probably know but remained to be proven – research from Swedish medical researchers has determined that eating a plenty of fruits and vegetables will extend our lifespan.
New research finds the patented pine bark extract can reverse tinnitus and vertigo – two symptoms of Meniere’s disease.
Acinetobacter baumannii superbug infections are on the rise and are now one of the most prevalent causes of hospital acquired infections and ventilator-related pneumonia. Find out how nature may be our last resort to fight this multi-drug resistant species.
We all knew raisins were healthy. But now we find they reduce blood pressure and reduce the risk of diabetes and obesity.
Research confirms that a Mediterranean diet can successfully prevent as well as treat type 2 diabetes, as well as reduce the need for diabetes medication.
Researchers from the University of Mississippi’s School of Pharmacy have conducted an extensive analysis of medicinal plants and found that a number of them regulate insulin, glucose and fat metabolism.
Maternity and gynecology researchers have determined that abdominal massage with essential herbal oils will decrease pain and excessive bleeding in menses.
Nutrition scientists have determined that Ginger stimulates increased athletic performance and Ginger and Cinnamon decrease muscle soreness following intense exercise.
We already knew that vitamin D was important to health – given the over 70 diseases now associated with their deficiency. Now research is proving the sunshine vitamin’s role in food allergies.
University researchers have confirmed that the Chilean Pepper Tree, used traditionally as a healing agent, has significant healing properties, including the ability to counteract Candida yeast infections.