Brazilian researchers have found that chamomile and pomegranate help heal gums and reduce gum bleeding.
Category: Plant Medicine Research
Onions can significantly help improve the look of a scar.
Researchers have found that herbal tea infusions will significantly reduce populations of infective Helicobacter pylori – implicated in ulcers and gastric cancer.
Herbal medicines for pain are cherished because they impart few if any negative side effects – and often come with positive side effects. Now we can add another herbal medicine to our list of natural pain-relievers.
Research is finding that certain herbs and nutrients reduce heat shock proteins and thus improve symptoms of metabolic syndrome.
The Wormwood herb, also called Artemisia, has been found to kill parasites that cause malaria and dengue fever.
New research has found that grape seed extract reduces menopause symptoms. The key curative compound was also determined.
Recent research has established that the antimicrobial potential of Tea tree oil and Silver can be boosted using liposomal encapsulation. Liposomal encapsulation is explained.
Clinical research has determined that bipolar disorder can be safely treated with Ashwagandha, resulting in improvements in as little as two months. Other studies confirm its ability to treat anxiety and depression.
University researchers have found in a clinical study that a low-carb plant-based diet significantly reduces LDL-c levels and triglycerides, and beats out a low-fat high-carb diet.
New research proves that nature provides a potent antifungal treatment for athlete’s feet in the form of coriander oil, in addition to other natural antifungal strategies.
Researchers have found that a traditional West African herbal remedy called Grains of Paradise increases thermogenesis and stimulates the loss of brown adipose fat – the inflammatory type of fat.
Research from scientists from Brussels has confirmed that skin cancer is related directly to oxidative stress – and other research shows antioxidants reduce oxidative stress.
Studies find that cored lettuce is more prone to foodborne bacteria than whole lettuce. Why is coring lettuce so bad?