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Willow Bark: More Than Pain Relief

Willow bark has been used for thousands of years to treat pain and inflammation in both China and Europe. It’s so effective, in fact, that ...

Breakthrough Results with MCP for Prostate Cancer  

Prostate cancer is the second most common cause of cancer-related death in men. While there have been several diagnostic and treatment advancements in recent years, ...

Turmeric Works as Well as Drugs for Treating Indigestion

Turmeric, the spice that gives curry its yellow color, has been as an herbal remedy for nearly 4,000 years. Its active component, curcumin, is an ...

What Is The Endocannabinoid System and Why Should You Care About It?

Chapter 1 from 2018 Edition: The statements mentioned in this content have not been evaluated by the FDA, and are not intended to prevent, diagnosis, ...

Study Finds Most Saw Palmetto Supplements Fall Short

A study in the Journal of Urology Open Plus found that only 7 out of 28 saw palmetto supplements met the potency standards to address ...

A Promising Herbal Therapy for Patients with SIBO

Could there be natural support for patients with small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO)? SIBO is characterized by a higher concentration of bacteria exceeding 100,000 colony-forming ...

Peppermint Essential Oil Eases Pain After Heart Surgery

A new study published in BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care finds that an aromatherapeutic treatment with peppermint essential oil can help ease post-surgery pain.

Ginger for Pain Relief: 5 Supporting Studies

One of the most widely known and respected herbal remedies, ginger has been a go-to for pain relief for thousands of years.

White Willow Bark for Pain: 2 Supporting Studies

Extracts of the bark of trees from the genus Salix, more commonly known as willow, have been used to treat pain and inflammation for thousands ...

Boswellia for Pain: 3 Supporting Studies

Steeped in tradition, the time-tested herb Boswellia serrata, aka Frankincense, has shown promise for non-addictive pain relief in numerous studies.


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