Research finds that a component of garlic halts the growth of leukemia cells.
Category: Plant Medicine Research
Recent research confirms that an essential oil from a spice used for thousands of years for digestive problems can relieve irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Multiple studies confirm that eating mango can reduce inflammation and help deter the development of multiple types of cancer, including skin cancer.
Scientific clinical research has confirmed that red peony root – also called Chi shao in Traditional Chinese Medicine – can provide an effective treatment for jaundice hepatitis.
Scientists have confirmed that compounds called flavanols – found in some healthy foods – can significantly help prevent colorectal cancers, and even help block the expansion of existing cancer cells.
Peanuts are nutritional powerhouses. New research finds they can reduce body fat and increase fat oxidation. The new high-oleic hybrid does this even better.
Multiple studies have found that Noni can significantly reduce pain, inflammation and cholesterol levels. Noni juice has also been found to boost the immune system.
Research from around the world is confirming that royal jelly significantly boosts testosterone levels in men and boosts estrogen levels in women. It also helps reduce menopausal symptoms.
Rosemary has been used in traditional medicines for thousands of years. New research finds it boosts memory and concentration and may prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
Research from multiple dental colleges has confirmed that an ancient Ayurvedic herbal remedy called Triphala helps prevent dental decay by reducing oral bacteria that cause plaque, gum disease and tooth decay.
New research reveals that switching from white rice to brown rice is not just more nutritious: It can also help reduce weight and inflammation.
Some medicinal mushrooms can significantly fight cancer. Here we discuss four mushrooms that have been studied on humans and in the laboratory, finding they boost immunity and help the body naturally fight many cancers.
Research has confirmed that cinnamon can significantly reduce blood pressure, cholesterol and triglycerides, and increase insulin sensitivity. These results are confirmed by other research finding cinnamon fights metabolic syndrome.
Agglutinating lectins occur throughout nature and they protect plants from invaders. New research finds they also can help protect us from cancer.