White Oak Bark –BENEFITES, USES, SIDE EFFECTS, SUPPLEMENT In the search for natural cures for different kind of illnesses you may have across to oak tree, but still most of us hardly ever heard of it. Herbal medicine recognizes this remedy and claims that it can help with many, many diseases. Herbal medicine also argues that the bark of the white oak (its latin name is Quercus alba which means "good tree") has been in some countries used for centuries and that its possibilities didn't reach its full potential yet. The white oak tree grows in some parts of North Amerca, and it is a tree that is well known for its enormous size (grows tall and spread widely) and longevity (they are some specimens that have lived for almost half of the century).
Phytochemistry Phytochemical studies of Cissus quadrangularis have shown the presence of various versatile constituents such as flavanoids, triterpenoids, Vitamin C, stilbene derivatives and many others, e.g. resveratrol, piceatannol, pallidol perthenocissin and phytosterols. Out of which ascorbic acid, triterpene, β-sitosterol, ketosteroid, two asymmetrical tetracyclic triterpenoids and calcium were identified as major constituents of this plant. Cissus quadrangularis have high contents of anabolic steroidal substances, ascorbic acid, carotene, and calcium.8,9,10 The plant contains ascorbic acid 479 mg and carotene 267 mg per 100 g freshly prepared paste in addition to calcium oxalate. The stem of the plant contains two asymmetric tetracyclic
“From the bitterness of disease man learns the sweetness of health.” According to the Medical Dictionary of Health Professions and Nursing (Farlex 2012), health status refers to the level of health of an individual person, a group or a population as assessed by that individual or by objective measures. In previous years, one would live longer due to their good health status. Herbalism or herbal therapy has contributed to this in a variety of ways and has been practiced for thousands of years by people of all cultures globally.
intestines. Like the cayenne pepper, chilies also contain capsaicin. However, the indigenous use of chili was slightly different from that of the cayenne use. Chili peppers were used in anything and everything edible in Aztec and Mayan society. The indigenous medical uses were a gruel made of corn and chili pepper.
Herbal ephedra, which is also known as Ma huang, Chinese ephedra and epitonin, is the world's oldest medicine. The Chinese discovered ephedra in the form of the Ma Huang plant more than 5,000 years ago and it is the basis of Traditional Chinese Medicine. A 1999 UC Berkeley study tells us that the Chinese took sun-dried stems from this ancient plant and ground them up into manageable pieces for use in teas. These teas are still used in many societies, especially in the American Southwest.
The Florida Gators teams represents the university of Florida in the sport in basket ball. The Gators compete in National collegiate athletic Association Davison. They also play their home games in the O 'Connell Center. That’s on the university’s Gainesville Florida campus.
Best Tips for Headache Relief. Natural Remedies Home remedies for headaches, Headache is a common problem for many people today due to which many problems have to be faced. This problem is also based on age, genetics and to a lesser extent gender. The main reason for headache can be irregularity in sleep with work stress or family anxiety. Depending on the type of headache it depends on how long its effect will be.
Miraculous Uses of Ice Man Fungus (Fomes fomentarius) Fomes fomentarius is commonly known as Ice Man Fungus, hoof fungus, tinder fungus, tinder polypore and tinder conk. It is a mushroom made up of polypore fruit bodies, which together form a shape that resemble a horse hoof. This mushroom can be of various colors, which range from silvery-gray to black. However, it is most commonly found as brown. Unless it is picked, this mushroom doesn’t fall off the tree that it grows on.
Achievements of the Aztec Empire The European discovery of the Americas placed them in contact with a variety of Empires, but more specifically the Aztec Empire. Before the entry of European explorers, the Aztec Empire was a very strong territory that had accomplished a great deal of things. The Aztecs made several advancements in fields such as technology, engineering, science, medicine, and education. Many of these advancements we still see worldwide in the present day.