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New Insights Show Ginseng Fights Inflammation

Scientists spot anti-inflammatory components in the traditional remedy FRIDAY, May 15 (HealthDay News) -- Ginseng has been used in medicine for centuries, and now its reputation for improving health is expanding: A new study has found that the herb, which is used in traditional Chinese...

Canadian study of colds and kids: Positive safety results for ginseng extract

Positive findings of a safety study involving children and a highly touted botanical extract (COLD-fX) show promise for its future development for kids as a Canadian cold and flu remedy. The results appear in the August, 2008 issue of Pediatrics the official journal of the American Academy of P...

Mixing Ginseng and Blood Thinners Might Be Dangerous

New research shows mixing warfarin with ginseng, one of the best-selling herbal supplements, could have significant consequences. Researches say // anyone who takes both ginseng and warfarin, also known as Coumadin, should tell his or her doctor. They also urge doctors prescribing the anti-clotting...

Janet Sartin Expands Line of Products That Reduce and Conceal Eye Puffiness and Fine Lines

...eye area felt firmer. Key ingredients of the cream include dipalmitoyl hydroxyproline, an amino acid firming technology, plus phospholipids, soy, ginseng and ginkgo. Sartin said the Eye Firming Cream is effective at toning and revitalizing skin so eyes look rested, fresher and younger with increased ela...

New Discovery Shows Ancient Herb Fights Inflammation

...echniques identify anti-inflammatory components in ginseng FRIDAY, May 15 (HealthDay News) -- ginseng has been used in medicine for centuries, and now i...ional Medicine . "The anti-inflammatory role of ginseng may be due to the combined effects of these ginsen...

Are Herbal Supplements Putting Aesthetic Surgery Patients at Risk?

...Echinacea Garlic Goldenseal ginseng Licorice Fish oils (omega-3 fatty a...a Other St. John's wort and Dong Quai (photosensitivity) ginseng (hypoglycemia) "Despite the fact that the dangerous side effects o...

According to a New Government Survey, 38 Percent of Adults and 12 Percent of Children Use Complementary and Alternative Medicine

..., nonmineral, natural products (17.7 percent) Most common: fish oil/omega 3/DHA, glucosamine, echinacea, flaxseed oil or pills, and ginseng (3) Deep breathing exercises (12.7 percent) Meditation (9.4 percent) Chiropractic or osteopathic manipulation (8.6...

Canadian cold/flu breakthrough remedy undergoes NCI-sponsored trial in leukemia patients

...anadian cold remedy COLD-FX can help. The trial will examine whether using the #1 pharmacist recommended cold and flu fighting product in Canada ginseng extract COLD-FX reduces infections in chronic lymphocytic leukemia patients; enabling them to remain healthier to fight their disease. Cancer patien...

New research about chronic lung disease presented at CHEST 2008

... of chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Patients were treated with American ginseng for fatigue, morphine sulfate for control of severe dyspnea and pain, licor...denlandia, a Chinese herb for lung cancer. Results showed that licorice and ginseng were effective therapies for the majority of patients, and morphine, used a...

New critical care research presented at CHEST 2008

... of chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Patients were treated with American ginseng for fatigue, morphine sulfate for control of severe dyspnea and pain, licor...denlandia, a Chinese herb for lung cancer. Results showed that licorice and ginseng were effective therapies for the majority of patients, and morphine, used a...
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