Green Tea: family, products, uses, clinical evidence, dosage, side effects, interactions

Green Tea: family, products, uses, clinical evidence, dosage, side effects, interactions

What is Green Tea? Difference between green and black tea Green tea is made of the leaves of a plant named (Lat.) Camilla sinensis. It is native to Eastern Asia. In Chinese traditional medicine green tea drinking is recommended for the prevention more…

Rosemary: family, products, uses, clinical evidence, dosage, side effects, interactions

how to use rosemary essential oil for memory

What is Rosemary? Rosemary or Rosmarinus officinalis L. is an aromatic plant belonging to the Lamiaceae family. It is widely consumed as a food ingredient, particularly as a culinary spice. This plant, commonly used in the so-called Mediterranean diet, is more…

Maca: family, products, uses, evidence, dosage, side effects, interactions

Maca: family, products, uses, evidence, dosage, side effects, interactions

What is Maca? Maca (lat. Lepidium meyenii) is a biennial herbaceous plant that belongs to the family of Brassicae. It is cultivated in the Andes mountains, mainly in the regions of Peru. It has been traditionally used for more than 2000 years as food more…

Ginkgo: family, products, uses, evidence, dosage, side effects, interactions

Ginkgo: family, products, uses, evidence, dosage, side effects, interactions

What is Ginkgo? Ginkgo biloba, or just ginkgo or gingko, the ginkgo tree or the maidenhair tree, is the only living species in the  division of Ginkgophyta, as all others species are being extinct. Ginkgo is found in fossils dating back 270 million years. Native to China, the tree more…

Aloe Vera (Gel): family, products, uses, benefits, evidence, dosage, side effects, interactions

Aloe Vera (Gel): family, products, uses, benefits, evidence, dosage, side effects, interactions

What is Aloe Vera? Aloe Vera is a perennial, shrubby and succulent plant that has green leaves arranged in a rosette pattern. The leaves can retain water with high capacity enabling the plant to survive in harsh circumstances such as more…

Acai (Açaí): family, products, uses, benefits, evidence, dosage, side effects, interactions

What is Acai? Acai, also known as açaí or assai is a well-known Amazon’s functional foods which are widely used in the world. There are many benefits to Acai’s suspected use in the nutraceuticals growing market. The extracts of acai more…

Psyllium Husk – benefits, uses and side effects

Psyllium Husk Fibre Oral : Uses, Side Effects, Interactions, Pictures

What is Psyllium Husk? Botanical Name: Plantago psyllium, Plantago ovate Common Name: Ispaghula Family: Plantaginaceae Psyllium belongs to a family of plant species Plantaginaceae  cultivated in many parts of the world but largest cultivation is done in regions of India. more…

Senna laxative : Uses, ingredients, dosage, side effects, drug interactions and during pregnancy and nursing

Senna laxative : Uses, ingredients, dosage, side effects, drug interactions and during pregnancy and nursing

What is Senna? Senna is an FDA approved herb and nonprescription laxative. Senna is a natural medicine that contains sennosides which are derived from the leaves of the senna plant. Sennosides irritate the lining of the bowel causing a laxative more…

Spirulina – What is, Nutrition, Benefits, Side effects, Protein powder

Spirulina - health benefits, how to eat, Where to buy capsules, side effects

What is Spirulina? Spirulina refers to a dry mass of gram negative, non-toxic cyanobacterium (uni-cellular microalgae) called Arthrospira platensi. It belongs to the groups of Cyanobacteria and Prochlorales. These free-floating filamentous photosynthetic-oxygenic organisms were first considered as algae, until 1962 more…

Curcumin (Turmeric) benefits

Turmeric uses, dosage, side effects, interactions,

What is Turmeric? What is curcumin? Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a plant of the ginger family. Its root has been used as a seasoning and natural remedy in the Indian and Chinese cuisine and medicine for more than 4,000  years. Turmeric more…

Older »

© 2018 DrugsDetails.com. All Rights Reserved. Terms of Use and Disclaimer
Top