Multiple studies confirm that quercetin, a compound found in onions, capers and other foods, significantly reduces blood pressure.
Category: Plant Medicine Research
Scientific research has established that eating bell peppers helps increase physical activity, metabolism and helps us lose body fat.
Clinical research finds that date vinegar can significantly reduce bad cholesterol, inflammation and blood sugar levels for diabetics.
Scientific research has established that red algae and other mannose-binding lectins from plants may help fight COVID-19 infections.
Spirulina and two other herbs will reduce benign thyroid nodules according to clinical research.
Clinical research now finds that Echinacea significantly reduces anxiety in addition to helping boost the immune system and fight colds and flu.
Research evidence confirms that hibiscus flower fights triple-negative breast cancer, even better than popular chemotherapy drugs.
Research finds that celery is a significant antioxidant that can fight metabolic syndrome. It is also antifungal and anti-inflammatory.
Clinical research proves that eating walnuts (Judlans regia) regularly can significantly reduce blood pressure.
Multiple clinical studies have found that several traditional herbs and nutrients reduce sickle cell anemia symptoms, including pain episodes.
Medical research has established that several herbs can significantly curb prostate issues, including prostate enlargement and frequent urination.
Scientific research is proving that Fennel oil can inhibit Candida infections that have become resistant to antifungal medicines.
Culinary mushrooms have been found to seriously reduce the risk of prostate cancer in men. Find out which mushrooms and how to best cook them.
Multiple studies are now confirming that consuming more fruits and vegetables boosts memory and lowers depression. Find out which foods and how much works.
Eating garlic and onions has been shown to significantly reduce the risk of breast cancer. The research illustrates how best to eat it and how much works.
Studies have confirmed that phytosterols (also called plant sterols) can significantly reduce bad cholesterol such as LDL-cholesterol, as well as triglycerides. Find out which foods and how much is necessary.