Native Americans have traditionally used dried chokeberries that grow in eastern deciduous forests of the U.S. to make teas.
Frankincense may bring to mind thoughts of the three wise men, one of whom brought this valuable tree sap as a gift for the newborn baby Jesus.
It's not a new idea that multiple sclerosis (MS) is somehow tied to sunlight -- or, rather, the lack of adequate exposure to sunlight. For more than three decades, researchers have noted that MS is much more common in higher latitudes than in the tropics.
Asthma sufferers could be helped by eating blackcurrants. The natural chemicals in the fruit may reduce lung inflammation, and so improve breathing during an asthma attack.
Seaweed extract could become a leading treatment for cancers of the immune system, such as Hodgkin’s and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
There is a double standard in Western medicine when it comes to assessing the efficacy of vitamins compared to pharmaceutical drugs.
Though I have been using Bob’s Red Mill sodium bicarbonate I have recently received two boxes of Arm and Hammers and I sat for quite a while admiring their boxes and all the information on them. I have been in touch directly with the company and have been reassured of its absolute purity meaning there is no aluminum in it.
Zen meditation helps lower sensitivity to pain by thickening a part of the brain that regulates emotion and painful sensations, according a study.
Amarillo psychiatrist Michael Jenkins had a troublesome patient with severe depression who wasn't responding to medication.
Increased dietary intakes of alpha- and beta-carotene may reduce the risk of breast cancer among female smokers, suggests a new study from Sweden.