The long list of health benefits from pine bark extract just keeps getting longer! The medicinal use of pine bark has its roots in East Asian and North American traditions, dating back many centuries.
Echinacea is most often touted for its immune system support, not only in helping to prevent infections, but also clearing up some of the symptoms of colds, flus and other infections, and speeding up recovery time.
Astaxanthin is a uniquely broad-spectrum antioxidant capable of protecting many of the body’s systems from oxidative damage to the cells.
Essential minerals are nutrients necessary for various aspects of human health. Our body cannot make them, therefore we need to get sufficient amounts through our diets every day for optimum health. The functions of individual minerals are many and varied, from building bones and tissue, to regulating protein synthesis, muscle contraction, nerve impulses, hormone levels, metabolism, blood pressure, digestion, and even the absorption of other nutrients – the list goes on.
A lot of people have trouble with trying to swallow capsules, so you’re not alone. Whether it is life-saving medication you have to administer to a child, or you just want to be able to take your daily supplements with ease, don’t give up! The following techniques have proved very effective.
Eczema is an autoimmune response that manifests as a skin rash that can be itchy, dry, red, flaky or blistered. Sometimes it can be triggered (but not caused) by external irritants such as pesticides, soaps, cosmetics, and can show up on various parts of the body (not necessarily where it comes into contact with the irritant).
A potential new antibiotic has been discovered by scientists scouring soil samples, which may be able to treat drug-resistant diseases and provide a solution to the antibiotic crisis we are already facing.
The regular consumption of omega-3 fatty acids is now pretty widely accepted as being a good insurance policy for your long-term heart and brain health. This is largely because of their powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. But how does that effect depression?