Advanced Herbal Medicine (eISSN: 2423-3579) is an international journal, cost-free publication, peer review, and open access that specialized in publish original research articles, Review articles, Meta-analysis, Editorial, Letter to editors and Brief communications in the field of Herbal Medicine” involving both basic and clinical research. The journal has a distinguished Editorial Board with considerable academic qualifications, making certain the journal maintains high scientific standards and has a broad international coverage. Herbal medicine blurs the line between foods and medicines - a line that, in many cultures, was never drawn in the first place. Using herbs and spices that contain disease-preventive effect in foods is among the best ways for taking advantage of their healing power. For example, it appears that the daily use of the spice turmeric in curry dishes is one reason elderly people in India have one of the lowest rates of Alzheimer's disease on the globe.
Many plants are highly toxic. Herbal medicine probably presents a larger risk of undesireable effects and interactions than any other complementary therapy. Serious adverse events after administration of herbal products have been reported, and in most cases, the herbs involved were self-prescribed and bought over-the-counter or were obtained from a source other than a registered practitioner. Within the most notorious instance, several women developed rapidly progressive interstitial renal fibrosis after taking Chinese herbs approved by the staff of a weight loss clinic. clinic.
Sarris J, Panossian A, Schweitzer I, Stough C, Scholey A. Herbal medicine for depression, anxiety, and insomnia: a review of psychopharmacology and clinical evidence. Eur Neuropsychopharmacol. 2011;21(12):841-60. Ernst E. Herbal Medicine in the treating Rheumatic Diseases. Rheumatic Diseases Clinics of North America. 2011:37(1). chinese herbal medicine offers a huge selection of plants with a wide array of borderline miraculous healing properties.
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Turmeric (Curcuma longa): This yellow spice adds scrumptious flavor to meals while conferring a huge array of health benefits, all because of curcumin-its primary active component. Curcumin is a successful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effective against inflammation-related pain disorders such as arthritis. Research at the Alzheimer's Disease Research Center at the University of California at Los Angeles found that curcumin protects the brain against amyloid plaques, which have been associated with brain diseases including Alzheimer's disease.