Nettle is an annual or perennial herb. For centuries, it has been used as medicine (including nettle leaves, nettle root), food, fiber, dye, and cosmetics.
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What is nettle?
Nettle is an herbaceous plant of the genus Nettle with about 46 different varieties, and the stems and leaves covered with thorny trichomes are recognized as characteristic of this pl
Green Lipped mussel (also known as New Zealand shell clam/green-lipped mussel) is endemic to New Zealand/New Zealand's coastal waters and has been part of the Maori staple food for centuries.
The discovery of its health benefits stems from the fact that coastal Maori communities that consume GLM mussels have a lower incidence of arthritis than inland, so numerous studies have been conducted.
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Acetylcysteine (NAC) has been used as a drug (for more than 1960 years) since the 50s and is included in the World Health Organization's Standard List of Essential Medicines.
In addition to its use as a phlegm-reducing agent and clinical treatment of acetaminophen poisoning, it has also been used in several other diseases such as chronic bronchitis, influenza, heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, cystic fibrosis and contrast. nephropathy.
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Native Americans used slippery elm for many purposes, including the construction of canoes and household items, and its inner bark (slippery elm bark) was used as a natural remedy and was a major part of medicinal preparations used to treat fever, diarrhea, constipation, urinary tract infections, wounds, sore throats, and stomach upset.
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What is slip
DMAE (dimethylethanolamine) has been used to treat human central nervous system disorders, especially those thought to be associated with decreased cholinergic neuron function, such as Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease, as well as learning and behavioral problems, Huntington's disease, chronic fatigue and neurasthenia, but there has been little research and most of the results have been disappointing.
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Cat's claw, also known as cat's claw vine or hook vine, is a medicinal plant that has been used as a traditional medicine in South America for centuries.
Local residents use extracts fried from its roots and skins to treat a variety of ailments such as: allergies, arthritis, inflammation, rheumatic infections and cancer.
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What is cat's claw grass?
Aspirin is one of the most widely used non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in the world (the main component is acetylsalicylic acid), with about 120 billion capsules sold worldwide every year, and there is a large amount of clinical evidence that it has anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antipyretic, antiplatelet and other effects.
Where does aspirin come from?
Salicylic acid, the component of aspirin, is a polyphenolic compound in plants that regulates plant growth and protects against external
Evening primrose oil is best known for its applications such as atopic dermatitis, eczema and rheumatoid arthritis, and is also used for some women's health conditions, including breast pain, menopause, and premenstrual symptoms.
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What is evening primrose oil?
Evening primrose is a plant native to North America (now widely distributed
Capsaicin plays an important role in folk medicine, and in addition to being ingested from chili peppers (Tang Shinzi in Japanese), creams, lotions, and patches containing capsaicin are currently sold in many countries, usually without a prescription, and can be used to treat neurological and musculoskeletal pain.
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What is capsaicin?
Chili peppers (Tang spices) are widely used in food as
Betaine was first found in beetroot. This molecule is found in plants and animals and is a metabolite of choline and is believed to have: liver-protecting, metabolic, and cardioprotective effects.
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What is betaine?
Betaine is a short-chain neutral amino acid derivative that is biologically active and has important physiological functions in the human body and was first