ashwagandha improves sperm and fertility in men

The Ayurvedic herb ashwagandha has traditionally been used as an aphrodisiac. Recent research has supported its use for improving sperm and helping infertile men. Once again, a herbal tradition proves scientifically true.

review of 109 controlled studies proves ginger helps nausea, vomiting, arthritis, migraine, diabetes, obesity, asthma and more

Ginger is a popular traditional herb loved in both cooking and herbalism. It turns out it is loved just as much by science.

chili peppers reduce your risk of death from cardiovascular disease and cancer and help you live longer

If you want to live a longer, healthier life, spice up your diet, and eat more chili peppers.

diets high in inflammatory meat and refined carbohydrates increase your risk of heart disease and stroke

Inflammation can cause heart disease, and your food choices can cause inflammation. So, could better food choices prevent heart disease? Let’s find out.

Nigella sativa (black seed) and honey improve symptoms and mortality of COVID-19

This may be the first herb to show promise in a COVID study. You may never have heard of it, but it’s cheap, it’s safe and it’s easily available in every health food store. And it may reduce the risk of death.

low level of folic acid may be a cause of erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation

25% of men over the age of fifty are affected by erectile dysfunction. And 52% of men over the age of forty are at least partially affected. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Men can retain their sexual vitality well into their eighties. And there are many herbs and supplements that help. But this one is new!

Mediterranean diet prevents Parkinson's disease

More and more, diet is being recognized for the role it may play in Parkinson’s disease. The healthy Mediterranean diet may protect against neurodegeneration. Could it protect against Parkinson’s? It could!

psyllium lowers blood sugar in people with diabetes and prediabetes

Diabetes is one of the most common chronic conditions in the world. 9.3% of Americans and 6.5% of Canadians suffer from diabetes: that’s 31 million people. And, though you are often told otherwise, there is little that the medical approach can do about it. But there may be something simple and natural you can do about it.

fennel essential oil and curcumin improve irritable bowel syndrome

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is becoming an epidemic in our culture. So many people have it, and there is little that conventional medicine can do to help control it. Fortunately, natural help is on the way.

flu vaccine offers little or no protection from flu and may increase risk of coronaviruses

The government and the media are constantly bombarding us with the message to get the flu shot: especially now to prevent a "twindemic." They constantly claim that it is the best way to protect against the flu, but they never offer any studies in evidence; they always label criticism of the flu shot "disinformation" despite the plethora of studies offered in evidence. So, look at the evidence, and decide for yourself. But, listen to the science, not the media.

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