We look at a common nootropic, huperzine-A coming from Chinese clubmoss. What does it do? How does it work? Why should you use it? All of these questions will be answered.
Heart palpitations can be very uncomfortable. Effective treatments are hard to find and often involve harsh pharmaceuticals (like beta-blockers) or surgically cauterizing the heart. There are, however, a few excellent herbal options you can employ for managing heart palpitations.
Typhoid fever has been around for a very long time, but for the past 70 years, we’ve had antibiotics to manage it.
With a new strain emerging in Pakistan, scientists are beginning to fear falling back to the pre-antibiotic era with potentially devastating global implications.
Many people have heard about the ketogenic diet, but not many understand how it is or why someone would do it. This article breaks the ketogenic diet apart and interprets how it’s gotten some of its health claims.
What's the deal with B vitamins? Can they really improve cognitive function?
Elder has been used to treat upper respiratory tract infections for hundreds of years. Only in recent times, however, have we really begun investigating the mechanisms of how elder works so well for treating these conditions. Here, we have a look at the phytochemical makeup of elder, and how it has such a strong inhibitory effect on the influenza virus.