Herbs, spices, and other plants have been used in traditional medicine for centuries. And now, there's a growing body of evidence to support their use.
However, not all natural remedies live up to the hype--in fact, some are downright dangerous. In this edition, we're highlighting botanicals backed by science. From ashwagandha to cinnamon and turmeric, some plants offer a surprisingly broad range of benefits.
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Turmeric is often used in cooking to add flavor and color, but emerging research suggests that this pantry spice may also have brain health benefits.
Ashwagandha is gaining popularity for its adaptogenic effects, but that's not the only thing that it's good for. Here’s what science has to say about ashwagandha and inflammation.
Studies indicate that this common household spice may be beneficial for lowering blood glucose. Learn more in this article.
Medicinal mushrooms have long been used to promote healing, enhance immunity, and aid in digestion, but just how effective are they? Here's what science has to say.