Herbal Remedies - Common Uses - Health Benefits - Side Effects
Arnica - What Arthritis Patients Should Know
Arnica is a natural treatment option for arthritis. Learn how it should and should not be used.
What Is Thunder God Vine?
Thunder God Vine may be equally or more effective than DMARDs.
The Facts of Botanical Dietary Supplements
A botanical is a plant valued for its therapeutic properties, flavor, or scent.
10 Common Herb Mistakes - And How to Avoid Them
When it comes to the herbs you're taking, are you unwittingly making mistakes that could harm your health? Here's a rundown of the 10 most common herb mistakes.
Noni Juice: A Miracle "Cure" from the South Pacific?
Too Good To Be True? Noni juice advocates say it can be used for several conditions and to achieve many goals: increasing energy, lessening allergy symptoms, improving asthma, losing weight, improving arthritis and diabetes, decreasing pain (including headache pain) and to lessen symptoms of cancer, fibromyalgia, ms and stroke.
What You Need to Know About Devil's Claw
Devil's claw isn't the title of the latest Stephen King novel, it's a herb that's used for health conditions causing inflammation and pain, such as back pain, neck pain, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and tendinitis.
What You Need to Know About White Willow Bark
White willow bark is the original aspirin. Although the use of willow bark dates back to the Greek physician Hippocrates (400 BC) who advised his patients to chew on willow bark to reduce fever and inflammation.
Can You Deduct Nonprescription Drugs or Supplements on Your Taxes?
What legally "is and isn't" tax deductible can often be confusing. What is the proper tax treatment of items such as, over-the-counter drugs, dietary supplements, herbal remedies, nicotine patches, contact lens solution, bandages, toothpaste and other medical supplies?
Healing Chinese Soup
Beyond comforting, Chinese soups have holistic value.
Herbal Supplements Simplified
Herbal remedies in their many available forms may seem complicated, but the principle is a simple one, from AHHA.org.