Human papillomavirus or HPV infects a majority of adults at some point in their lives. Scientific research is showing that medicinal mushrooms including AHCC and Reishi can significantly fight and even eradicate the HPV virus, as well as fight HPV-related cancer.
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Antiviral plant medicine Thyme – used for centuries in traditional medicine – has been proven effective in several studies to combat herpes and other difficult-to-treat viruses.
The turmeric compound curcumin has been found to inhibit a number of significant viruses, including zika virus, hepatitis, herpes, chikungunya virus, influenza-A, HIV and HPV.
Fecal transplants are gaining attention by doctors and those with intestinal issues. But along with probiotic microbes other things are also transplanted with fecal transplants. Learn the latest about the side effects of transferring poop from one person to another.
A medicinal plant that grows like a weed in many tropical locations around the world has now been shown to halt the growth of hepatitis B virus, as well as herpes simplex-2. Find out about this ancient herb called Shatterstone.
Thousands of people died from the most recent ebola virus outbreak. And this was not the first one. Are we prepared for the next one? Scientists have found the most likely reservoir and vector for the virus.
New research exposes the ability of nature’s plant lectins from certain plants to treat a variety of virus infections including some of the most lethal, such as Ebola, Hepatitis, H1N1 and others. Plants with greater levels of these antiviral lectins are revealed.
Research is discovering that the metabolically active form of vitamin D3 (actually more of a hormone) can significantly inhibit hepatitis C infections. The supplemented form of vitamin D3 does not have the same effect.
Bacteriophages – called phages for short – are involved in the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria from factory farming. But now some phages are being sprayed onto foods by large food manufacturers. What are bacteriophages and are they safe to spray onto our foods?
Spirulina has been found in clinical studies to seriously boost immunity, increase insulin sensitivity and improve bad cholesterol levels. It also has been shown to significantly help HIV patients.
The Gynura herb is effective in fighting herpes simplex virus (HSV1 and HSV2) according to human and laboratory scientific studies.
Greater Burdock blocks the growth of several types of human cancer and it also boosts memory while helping to prevent Alzheimer’s disease according to scientific research. What a combination.
Raw foods, especially fresh fruits and vegetables, reduce the incidence of mental health conditions including depression, mood issues, anxiety and dementia according to recent scientific studies. Learn which foods improve mental health the best.
A number of medicinal herbs are proving to inhibit or fight herpes simplex infections – including HSV-1 and HSV-2. Discover more than 27 of these antiviral herbs and their associated scientific evidence.