The legalization of medical cannabis has become a hot topic of discussion in many countries around the world, in fact, hemp has historically been a high economic yield crop, in addition to fiber can be used as rope or weaving, seeds can also be squeezed for oil, and has a wide range of medical value, and since the discovery of its main components Cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a variety of medical uses have slowly emerged.
What are the benefits of CBD in empirical medicine?
Valerian is a perennial herb widely used in Europe since the 18th century, and its medicinal site is usually extracted from the root of Valerian worm, is an herbal supplement, and is used to treat sleep disorders, believed to have sleep aid, sedative, anxiolytic, anticonvulsant and antidepressant effects.
What are the benefits of using valerian in empirical medicine? Are there any side effects and contraindications? See text analysis for details
What is Valerian?
Valerian is the largest gen
Kava is a tropical plant whose underground stem is a drink that has the effect of altering the level of consciousness in religious and cultural ceremonies, and as a medicinal and social occasion, it acts like alcohol, allowing physical and mental relaxation
In empirical medicine, the benefits and side effects of kava are discussed in this article.
What is Kava?
Kava is a perennial shrub originating from tropical island regions in the western Pacific Ocean, the word Kava is mainly derived fr
L-glutamine (or glutamine) is an important amino acid with a variety of functions in the human body, and has been commonly used in cancer radiotherapy and chemotherapy, after surgery and fitness supplementation in recent years.
Here's why L-glutamine is important and discusses the benefits and contraindications of supplementation.
What is L-glutamine?
L-glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the human body, accounting for about 60% of the muscle free amino acid pool and 20% of the pla
GABA is one of the main neurotransmitters present in the cerebral cortex (a type of amino acid, converted from glutamate), acting like brakes, can inhibit brain nerve activity, bring relaxation and calming effects
At present, many sedative and sleeping drugs (such as Xanax and Valium) are effective by acting on brain-related receptors and increasing the level of GABA.
Does GABA really work?
GABA is regarded as a health or food ingredient in Europe and the United States, and is generally bel
Arginine (L-Arginine) is an essential amino acid, found in a variety of animal foods (meat, poultry and fish), in addition to synthesizing protein, arginine is also involved in many physiological reactions, regulating physiological functions, is the most versatile amino acid
What are the benefits of arginine in empirical medicine? Are there any side effects or contraindications? See text analysis for details.
What is arginine?
Strictly speaking, arginine is a semi-essential amino acid that
Aloe vera, a perennial dryland succulent plant characterized by triangular fleshy leaves, has been an important folk remedy for thousands of years, mainly used for health, medicinal and skin care purposes.
Aloe vera is the most common variety of aloe vera, containing about 75 more natural active ingredients, including vitamins, enzymes, minerals, sugars, lignin, saponins, salicylic acid and amino acids etc.
What are the benefits of aloe vera in empirical medicine? Are there any side effect
Passion flower (Passiflora) is a plant with a distinctive flower appearance that plays an important role in folk medicine around the world, claiming to relieve anxiety and aid sleep.
And in empirical medicine, is passion flower really effective? Whether there are any side effects of passion flower, see the internal report for details.
What is passionflower?
Passiflora incarnata mentioned in this article is a variety of Passiflora belonging to the passionflower family Passifloraceae, a peren
St John's wort, also known as St John's wort, Hypericum perennial, is a perennial herb originating from a generation of Eurasia and West Africa, with bright yellow flowers as its main feature, because the flowering date coincides with the birthday of religious historical figure John the Baptist, hence the name (wort represents the plant).
St. John's wort has been regarded as an important medicinal plant for thousands of years, often used in anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, wound treatment, a
BCAAs are essential protein essential amino acids (proteinogenic essential amino acids) indispensable for skeletal muscle protein synthesis, glucose and lipid metabolism, muscle repair and ATP production, accounting for about 50% of the total amount of essential amino acids in food and 35% of the total essential amino acids of muscle protein. Note 12
What are the benefits of BCAAs in empirical medicine? Are there any side effects of BCAAs? See text analysis for details
What is BCAA (branched