Ginger has been successfully used medicinally for thousands of years, which is a testament to its effectiveness. Recently, there have been studies conducted which also validate its usefulness for better health.
Ginseng has been shown to benefit mental functions, feelings of calmness, reducing feelings of stress, and mood
Turmeric curcumin continues to make leaps and bounds in the market. In 2014 turmeric US sales reached 163 million U.S. dollars.- Statista - Impressive for a spice right? - Learn more...
Antioxidants have many health benefits including the elimination of free radicals which may be responsible for cellular damage. Here is a list of the best natural antioxidants...
The stress of modern-day life; poor diet (one high in fat and sugar), lack of exercise, being overweight, pollution, and countless other things can and do reduce the effectiveness of your immune system and make it more likely to get sick.
Learn in this article about the 8 most powerful mushrooms that are beneficial for your health. Interactions, benefits & uses.
Today's hectic lifestyle, with people working long hours at a stressful job - sometimes more than 2 jobs! - this leave us very drained by the time we get home and feeling too tired to do much more than sit on the couch and watch Netflix.
Here is an interesting overview of cranberry benefits, its uses, and nutritional values. Learn more about this natural antioxidant with the list on this article.
Studies have found that Valerian, along with proper diet and exercise, can help lower blood pressure and/or keep blood pressure at a healthy level, improving heart health. *
Research using Ashwagandha to help treat diabetics have shown positive results! Experiments showed that blood sugar levels during fasting and post-lunch decreased significantly when Ashwagandha was taken for a period of four weeks.
Research shows that the symptoms of colds and flu can be reduced by days with the use of elderberry.
Our advances in science, not only in studying the plants but in having a better understanding on how medicinal herbs react upon the body