The effects of Probiotics on autism

The effects of Probiotics on autism

A report was published this month in the Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics which explain as parents of young children with neurodevelopment or autism spectrum disorders frequently try to help their children by adding alternative medical therapies to the conventional treatments. They found that 39.3% of autism-affected families and 29.6% of families with a developmentally delayed child used complementary or alternative...

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Ledum against mosquitos

Ledum against mosquitos

The properties of this plant, also called marsh rosemary, once it has been diluted highlights its powerful action in cases of trauma, rheumatic diseases and blood transfer processes (bruising, bloody). Surely this is one of the main reasons why this homeopathic remedy has incredible curative and preventive action after mosquito bites: in fact the effect is recognized on both the trauma of insect bites, inflammation is done by the poison and is...

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The extraordinary properties of Feijoa

Feijoa is the Portuguese name for Acca sellowiana. The name by which it is generally known comes from its discoverer naturalist João da Silva Feijó. It is an evergreen native of the sub-tropical zone of South America. It belongs to the Myrtaceae family which was later spread to California, Florida and Mediterranean Europe. In Italy it is found in the Ligurian Riviera, in the South and the Islands. The fruits are very fragrant and the pulp has a...

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The tonic-adaptogen activity of Withania somnifera

The Withania somnifera, known as ashwagandha in ayurvedic medical tradition, or with the popular name of “Indian ginseng”, is a plant belonging to the family Solanaceae. It is a shrub, with woody base, which can reach a height of about 2 meters. Its flowers are greenish-yellow and the fruit color varies from yellow-orange to red depending on the stage of maturation. The plant is covered with tiny hairs that give reflections...

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Rosemary against brain aging

Rosemary against brain aging

Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) of the Labiatae family, has an ancient tradition in phytomedicine. Young shoots , leaves and flowers are used. They contains both essential oils ( eucalyptol , camphor, verbenone, cineole and bornyl acetate ), both in the phytocomaplex, carnosic acid , the most active component of rosemary. This plant support the recovery of mental energy, concentration, safety and motivation. Recent research has revealed that...

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