Research proves that extracts from the licorice plant reduce liver enzymes and help heal liver damage.
New research confirms that acupuncture is effective for reducing Parkinson’s symptoms whether used with or without conventional treatment.
A flurry of human clinical research over the last decade has found that Nigella sativa seeds – black cumin or black seed – improves asthma, arthritis, diabetes, obesity, heart disease, epilepsy and other medical conditions.
Acne may be embarrassing, but the infective bacteria that cause acne can grow out of control. Research proves an herbal essential oil formula combats even antibiotic-resistant strains of these bacteria.
Endometriosis affects millions of women, and clinical evidence proves an herbal formula of traditional herbs beats pharmaceutical treatments for the condition.
Infectious arthritis conditions like ankylosing spondylitis are linked to bacteria infections, often from the gut. Research now finds native herbs that inhibit these arthritis-producing bacteria.
Research confirms that antioxidants intake among kids directly relates to their risk of having allergies. Learn more about the connection between allergies and antioxidants.
Sage is an aromatic spice and tasty culinary herb. Science now proves that sage improves moods, boosts memory and enables better multitasking and cognitive skills: Even hours after dosing.
New recommendations from the American College of Physicians proves the success of alternative treatments for low back pain. Find out what is now recommended before drugs or surgery.
Native Americans successfully used herbs to treat disease. Research is now finding that some of these herbs may treat Parkinson’s disease.
Research proves that lemon balm and valerian root curb hypersensitivity and boost concentration and focus for ADHD kids. Isn’t it time we stop drugging our kids?
Ginger has now been proven out to be a significant antiviral, not only against the common cold and flu, but also against herpes, norovirus and human respiratory syncytial virus.
Recent research proves out a traditional African healer remedy for malaria – from the bark of two African trees.
Drinking just one more cup of plain water a day can help us reduce consumption of junky foods. Here is the evidence.