Category: Herbal Remedies

Turmeric: Helpful or Hyped?

Is turmeric the golden spice that helps so many health conditions? In this blog, we summarize the research done on turmeric’s healing properties and contraindications. What is the evidence that curcumin boosts cardiovascular health, helps diabetes, arthritis anxiety, depression, and improves brain health? Keep reading to see if turmeric’s most active phytochemical, curcumin, could help you or if you need to avoid it!

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Are Herbal Remedies Safe and Effective?

The wide array of phytochemicals in many herbs can help to prevent, ease, and aid in healing common ailments, but they can become dangerous if used inappropriately. Even safe herbal remedies have cautions and contraindications. This blog provides good insights that every individual who uses herbal remedies should know!

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Rosemary’s Health Benefits

Used as a culinary herb in French and Italian dishes, rosemary offers many health benefits. Rosemary quenches inflammation, helps to subdue allergies and improves certain aspects of type 2 diabetes and hypertension. Discover how!

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Does Coffee Safely Reduce Your Risk for Diabetes?

You might have heard about studies suggesting coffee consumption may decrease one’s risk for developing diabetes. “So nothing is wrong with my caffeine buzz! Bring on the coffee!” But not so fast! What is strange is that while both caffeinated and decaf coffee reduce the risk, both types have been demonstrated to elevate the blood glucose after a meal. Both types can raise cholesterol levels. Confusing, isn’t it?

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What Can Parsley Do for You?

Highly nutritious, this relative of celery is one of the world’s most popular herbs. Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) is native to the Mediterranean region of Southern Europe. While it has been cultivated for more than 2,000 years, parsley was used medicinally before being consumed as a food.  The many phytochemicals in parley provide a wide range of activities including such as protecting the brain and liver, lowering blood pressure, protecting the stomach’s gastric mucosa barrier. It exerts some analgesic, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal actions as well. Parsley leaves can be used chewed as an effective breath freshener.

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