Saw Palmetto

May 3, 2016 yourhealth 0

As men grow older, many experience declining prostate health that significantly affects their lifestyle and well-being. One of the most common conditions threatening the prostate gland is benign prostatic hypertrophy. This swelling of the prostate gland can lead to myriad symptoms such as increased urinary frequency, weak urinary stream, and […]

Cats claw

March 28, 2016 yourhealth 0

Cats Claw Overview Named after its hook-like horns, cat’s claw (Uncaria tomentosa) is a woody vine native to the Amazon rainforest and other places in South and Central America. The bark and root have been used by South Americans for centuries to treat health problems including arthritis, stomach ulcers, inflammation, […]

Health Benefits of Dandelions

March 16, 2016 yourhealth 0

The health benefits of dandelion include relief from liver disorders, diabetes, urinary disorders, acne, jaundice, cancer and anemia. It also helps in maintaining bone health, skin care and is a benefit to weight loss programs. These and other health benefits are currently being studied for complete validation by a number […]

Milk thistle and liver cancer

March 12, 2016 yourhealth 0

What is milk thistle Milk thistle is a plant that comes from the same group of flowers as the daisy. It is also called holy thistle, Marian thistle, Mary thistle, St. Mary thistle, Our Lady’s thistle, wild artichoke, Mariendistel (German), and Chardon-Marie (French). The medicinal compound in milk thistle is […]

Benefits and Side Effects of Milk Thistle

February 28, 2016 yourhealth 0

Milk Thistle Benefits Many people are curious about the benefits of milk thistle, for the informed, milk thistle is just another prickly weeds. Milk thistle has many marvelous healing properties, especially when it comes to detoxifying our body, particularly the liver. Milk thistle can prevent or treat many health issues […]

7 Surprising Herbs and Spices You Should Be Eating—And Why

January 22, 2016 yourhealth 0

The conversation about food is changing. Now that the forks-over-knives, Green Kitchen set have become comfortable trading phrases like “I’m craving blueberries” for “I’m craving antioxidants,” or “Greek yogurt” for “good bacteria,” and the vegetarian diet has become nearly universal, the herbs and spices once used to distract omnivores from […]

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