Natural Medicine

Research: Pineapple Enzyme Kills Cancer Without Killing You

Every once in a while a study pops up on the National Library of Medicine’s bibliographic database known as MEDLINE that not only confirms the therapeutic relevance of natural substances in cancer treatment, but blows the conventional approach out of the water. Published in 2007 in the journal Planta Medica, researchers found that an enzyme ...Read More »

A Big Fat List Of Essential Oils For Preppers

The world is a scary place.  It is not as though we are intentionally trying to live dangerously, it kind of, sort of just happens.  I am being more than a little bit facetious when I say that because surely there is more to it than that.  Sure, natural disasters happen without provocation or warning ...Read More »

Melatonin Superior To Toxic Drug In Migraine Prevention Study

A substance secreted by your own brain was found superior to a commonly prescribed toxic pharmaceutical at significantly reducing migraine headache frequency.  At GreenMedInfo.com we have a special research section titled, “Superiority of Natural Substances versus Drugs,” which catalogs research from the National Library of Medicine (pubmed.gov) that clearly demonstrates the superiority of foods, herbs, and ...Read More »

12 Wellness Reasons To Include Elderberries In Your Preps

The first time I learned about elderberries is when a homesteader I know told me she supplemented her income from making and selling her homemade syrups and tinctures.  At the time, I knew nothing about elderberries even though they are quite common near the edges of the forest here Washington State. As my interest in ...Read More »

Researchers Discover Successful Probiotic Treatment For Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Research published in the Journal of Medical Microbiology shows that certain strains of probiotic bacteria may be the most effective way to alleviate the symptoms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) [1]. These findings leaves experts optimistic that safe, effective treatment options for IBD are soon to follow. What Is IBD and Why Is It Difficult ...Read More »

Maple Syrup Is A Cancer Killer, Study Suggests

New research suggests that maple syrup, despite being a concentrated source of “sugar,” possesses significant anti-cancer properties.  A provocative study published recently in the journal Oncology Reports reveals that a commonly used sweetener, maple syrup, inhibits the growth and invasion of human colorectal cancer cells. This finding may strike some readers as surprising considering just how much research now exists ...Read More »

Traditional Food Puts Chemotherapy To Shame, New Study Reveals

A traditional food plant that has been used for thousands of years to improve health and well-being, is finally being validated by science. The results? It may be far superior to a chemotherapy agent with deadly side effects and dubious efficacy. Increasingly, an awareness of the power of commonly used traditional plants to prevent and ...Read More »

Support Your Digestive System With Aloe Vera

Gut health is a topic that’s getting a lot of press lately and I think it’s about time. It’s an understatement to say the importance of gut health is undervalued. The digestive system is where nutrients are absorbed and is the basis of a healthy body. If your digestive system is inefficient or your gut ...Read More »

Edible Mushrooms: Nature's Most Researched Anti-Cancer Agent

The power of medicinal mushrooms to heal, including actively combat cancer, is supported by human clinical research. How could they be so powerful? Over the course of the past few years, we have uncovered a remarkable body of research on the medicinal properties of mushrooms. In fact, when it comes to natural cancer research, no ...Read More »

10 Aloe Vera Uses You Probably Didn’t Know About

Aloe vera, also known as Aloe barbadensis, has been a staple for thousands of years in many cultures around the world. Today, it’s used in lotions, ointments, creams, sunburn remedies, and cosmetics, among other things. Traditional uses for aloe vera include soothing burns, moisturizing skin, and healing small wounds. Many people even apply it to ...Read More »

10 Ways To Relieve Spring Allergies

Now that winter is behind us, the long-awaited season of spring brings with it rebirth, renewal – and allergies. When flowers, grasses and trees begin to set forth their blooms, our allergies show up. Congestion, sneezing and watery eyes are no way to enjoy the gifts that spring brings. Relieve Your Allergies Naturally For many, ...Read More »

Cannabis Derived CBD Used To Treat Alzheimer’s Disease

Recent research out of Australia took mice that were bred to mimic symptoms of Alzheimers and who were given CBD from cannabis, the non-psychoactive cannabinoid caused a drastic improvement in memory within the mice tested. Although more studies are still going to be needed to get further results, early results are showing signs in memory ...Read More »

5 Natural Remedies To Soothe Poison Ivy Rashes

If you spend any time outdoors, you know that poison ivy can grow just about anywhere and is the bane of all outdoor enthusiasts. 85% of the population has some sort of allergic reaction to poison. In all truthfulness, it is not the plant people are allergic to, but the oil in poison ivy, poison ...Read More »

Turmeric May Repair And Regenerate Diabetic Liver Function

Groundbreaking research published in the Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand found that curcumin, the primary polyphenol in turmeric, is capable of repairing and even regenerating the liver tissues of diabetic rats. The research was performed at Srinakharinwirot University in Bangkok, Thailand. The administration of curcumin to diabetic rats, whose livers showed the characteristic ...Read More »

11 Natural Remedies For Hot Flashes

There are many symptoms of menopause and perimenopause. Different women experience different mixes of symptoms, depending mostly on hormonal makeup and lifestyle, and most women report the experience of hot flashes. Research shows eighty-five percent of American women experience them within the first year or two of menopause. Sadly, up to half of women continue ...Read More »

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