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Although the gel of the plant is famous for its ability to take the sting and heat out of a sunburn, the beneficial properties of aloe vera, Aloe barbadensis, reach much further than skin deep. Ancient peoples have used this soothing plant for a wide range of applications, from controlling irritation to keeping wounds clean, and soothing gastrointestinal upset.[1] New research reveals that aloe vera’s healing capabilities may be more numerous than previously believed. It has a wealth of health-promoting compounds to offer nearly all of the body’s systems. (more…)

Tribulus terrestris is a flowering plant that has long been a part of herbal medicine due to its reputation as a wellness booster. A lot of attention has centered around the benefits of tribulus terrestris for male sexual health; but not many know that Tribulus terrestris offers a lot to women as well. Studies show that Tribulus may positively influence mood, sexual health, and the urinary tract. (more…)

Peppermint oil is a versatile, aromatic oil, widely used for various ailments including indigestion, headache, and muscle aches. Found in gum, mints, mouthwash, and many other products, peppermint oil is a powerful cleanser derived from the plant native to Europe, and has been popular with herbalists for centuries before current appreciation by the scientific and medical community. (more…)

Long before chemicals, labs, and appointed health authorities, natural plants and practical knowledge formed the foundation for medicine. Indian Ayurvedic medicine, one of the oldest holistic medical modalities, cataloged the therapeutic properties for thousands of plants. While pharmaceutical marketing might make us wonder how we ever survived without prescription drugs, ancient knowledge has made its way back into the conversation. More than ever before, research is beginning to focus on ancient plants, herbs, flowers, and roots. (more…)

I've talked at length before about muira puama and its place in sexual health tonics. It's been referred to by indigenous peoples in the Amazon as "potency wood" for quite some time and seems to hold promise for supporting male and female sexual health. Now, emerging research also seems to support the idea that it has a positive effect on brain health, too. Neurological concerns like dementia are a growing concern and many people are seeking new and innovative tools to approach the concern. Muira puama contains powerful compounds and […]