Research confirms that Malva Mallow (Malva sylvestris) significantly improves eczema, burns, and wound healing .
Category: Plant Medicine Research
New research finds that ginger significantly reduces hay fever symptoms, and outperformed a pharmaceutical hay fever drug in a clinical study.
Research confirms that cinnamon and a number of other natural strategies can significantly reduce overactive bladder and urinary urgency.
Research on Moringa oleifera has found this source of sustainable protein can provide medicinal benefits and help feed a hungry planet.
Research confirms that berberine from several plant sources fights a number of cancers.
Cruciferous vegetables benefit the cardiovascular system by reducing artery plaque (atherosclerosis) and advanced blood vessel disease.
Study finds blueberries boost cognitive function within hours of consumption.
Research supports the claim that evening primrose oil can seriously improve symptoms of eczema (atopic dermatitis).
In addition to being healthy for the cardiovascular system, avocados have been found to immediately speed up recovery after exercise.
Ginger proves its antiviral prowess in research evidence against a number of significant virus infections.
Scientific research shows that sea buckthorn has a number of proven health benefits, including boosting stem cell production.
Recent research confirms that Scabies mites are becoming resistant conventional medicines and natural remedies such as lemongrass oil kill scabies mites.
Twigs from the Miswak tree (S. persica) have been used to clean teeth for centuries. Research proves it can significantly improve oral health.
Clinical research has indicated that certain herbal medicines speed recovery times among COVID-19 patients.
Recent studies find that certain herbs and essential oils can inhibit the bacteria that cause lyme disease.
Scientists have discovered a compound in olive oil that extends lifespan, potentially crushing resveratrol’s anti-aging benefits in the Mediterranean Diet.