(Natural News) Alternative medicine is growing in popularity around the world, but in the U.S., this increase in popularity is especially noticeable. For nearly two decades, reports have shown there’s an increasing interest in natural remedies for healing, disease treatment and prevention. The botanical industry alone is worth over $7 billion these days. People are...
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“Let food be your medicine” gets a slightly different take with this study: Researchers from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore have discovered a novel use for fish scales, which are commonly discarded in the cooking process. Their study, published in the journal Acta Biomaterialia, found that the collagen present in fish scales has the potential to be used...
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But there's more to these plant-derived powders, seeds and leaves than their ability to liven up meals – they boast a long list of healing effects and health benefits too, many of which tend to be highly underrated. Indeed, a recent study – led by Dr ... [...]
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a manifestation of joint inflammation. Numerous studies have confirmed that turmeric or its main active ingredient curcumin works to minimize inflammation. A March 2012 study in India used 45 human subjects with active RA ... [...]
Turmeric, the bright orange cousin of ginger, has graduated from a colorful spice in Indian cuisine, to a widely recognized super food. Turmeric is the powdered rhizome of a tropical plant and 90% of the world's supply comes from India. (1). Its ... [...]
Blue Heron Guide For Arthritis Treatment was created by Shelly Manning – a formal arthritis sufferer, who has spent time researching and testing to find out a healthy rheumatoid arthritis diet. It is one of the best natural remedies for arthritis pain ... [...]
In addition, the Brazilian government has created the RENISUS (Rede nacional de plantas medicinais de interesse do sistema único de saúde), a list of plants that can be used in the Unified Health Service, and Arrabidaea chica is included in this list ... [...]