Migraine is an episodic or chronic primary neurovascular disorder (a type of dysfunction of the central and peripheral pain pathways and intracranial vascular system) characterized by moderate to severe, recurrent, unilateral or bilateral pulsatile headaches, usually lasting hours to days.
Migraine attacks may be insidious or accompanied by aura, which may include fatigue, yawning, difficulty concentrating, nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light, sound, touch, or smell, and approximately 25%
Due to its unique properties and beneficial functions, theanine has potential applications in the development of functional foods, such as as beverage ingredients or dietary supplements.
What are the benefits of theanine in empirical medicine? Are there any side effects or contraindications? For details, see the empirical discussion in the text
What is Theanine?
L-Theanine is a unique free amino acid, one of the most important secondary metabolites in the leaves of tea plants, giving tea a
Bromelain, also known as bromelain or bromelain, is a popular health food recently, for indigestion and inflammation symptoms have a soothing effect, in the clinic is also used as a drug, has many therapeutic effects, such as the treatment of angina, bronchitis, sinusitis, surgical trauma, thrombophlebitis, wound debridement, enhance drug absorption, especially antibiotics.
In empirical medicine, does bromelain really have benefits? Are there any side effects of bromelain? See text analysis f
Acai berry is regarded as a functional food and has attracted widespread attention from the international community for its nutritional value and therapeutic prospects.
Studies have found that acai berries have higher antioxidant capacity than other anthocyanin-rich fruits such as blueberries, blackberries, cranberries, etc. Note 5
What is Acai?
Acai berry is a plant in the palm family that is native to Central and South America, with the most abundant production in floodplains in the Amazo
The use of L-lysine began in 1968 when studies pointed to it to be used to combat cold sores caused by the human herpes simplex virus (HSV-1) and even feline-associated feline herpesvirus infection.
However, lysine is not just a treatment for herpes, as it is also essential in various physiological processes.
What are the benefits of L-lysine in empirical medicine? Are there any side effects of L-lysine? See the article for details
What is L-lysine?
L-lysine is one of the nine essential
Bitter melon whole plants, especially seeds and fruits, in addition to cooking, is also widely used in folk medicine around the world, is considered to have antiviral, antibacterial and immunomodulatory effects, and is used to treat dysmenorrhea, eczema, gout, jaundice, leprosy, hemorrhoids, pneumonia, psoriasis, rheumatism, scabies and other diseases.
In empirical medicine, what are the benefits of bitter melon? Are there any side effects of bitter melon? See discussed in the text for detail
Indole-3-carbinol has recently been claimed as an anti-cancer health ingredient, what are the benefits of taking kale in empirical medicine? Are there any side effects and contraindications? See text analysis for details.
What is Indole-3-carbinol?
Indole-3-carbinol is an indole compound formed by the enzymatic hydrolysis of sulfur glycoses.
Epidemiological investigations have found that diets rich in cruciferous vegetables (cabbage, kale, broccoli and cauliflower) have always been co
Moringa oleifera, also known as the Drumstick tree, radish tree, miracle tree and "mom's best friend," is rated as the most nutritious plant with a variety of medicinal benefits and is also known for its many uses, such as: seeds are used to purify water, leaves are used as nutritional supplements, oils are used as biofuels, trunks are used as chewing gum, and flowers are used to make honey.
What are the benefits of using moringa in empirical medicine? Are there any side effects and contraind
African mango has recently been marketed as a dietary supplement (related products include African mango seeds and their tea drinks), mainly extracted from its seeds, which have shown high in vitro antioxidant capacity in animal or human studies and have potential effects on weight loss, lowering blood lipids and lowering blood sugar.
In empirical medicine, does consuming African mango seeds really work? What are the benefits? Whether there are side effects of African Mango, see the article f
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are common infections that affect millions of people worldwide every year. UTIs are caused by bacteria, typically Escherichia coli (E. coli), which enter the urinary tract and cause inflammation. This article will cover the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of UTIs.
Anatomy of the Urinary Tract
The urinary tract is a system of organs responsible for producing, storing, and eliminating urine. It consists of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, an