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Vaginal atrophy is dryness, inflammation, and thinning of the vaginal walls which accompanies a drop in estrogen levels, usually at the time of menopause. It is usually treated with estrogen which can cause serious side effects like increased risk of cancer, strokes, and heart attacks. Natural alternatives include supplements of sea buckthorn oil, probiotics vitamin E and D, black cohosh, and St, John's wort.
A herniated disc is also known commonly as slipped disc or a ruptured disk. Your spinal column is made up of a series of bones called...
When we hear the words ‘herbal’ or ‘natural’ used to describe something, we automatically assume it’s completely safe. However, this isn’t always the case....
Supplements that could be effective include, fish oil, St. John's wort, S-adenosyl methionine, Vitamin C, Vitamin B, and Vitamin D. These supplements may correct deficiencies, help neurotransmitters perform better or correct chemical imbalances in the brain which cause the depression. Do not try to self-medicate with these supplements as they could have dangerous interactions with existing medication.
Herpes labialis or fever blisters appear in as small, red painful fluid-filled bumps around the mouth. Caused by HSV-1, many antiviral drugs are often administered for their resolution. However, using plant extracts with antiherpetic activity is the best way to boost the immunity and prevent viral multiplication. Researchers have proven that these extracts can even help in the faster healing of the blisters without any side-effects.
Natural treatment for Parkinson's disease (PD) can complement standard treatment and improve quality of life. Natural supplements like velvet bean, brahmi, broad beans, and fish oil regulate and boost dopamine in the brain, reduce nerve cell death, and reduce depression. Tea, coffee, veggies like cabbage, carrots, and tomatoes, and fruits like pears and grapes reduce risk of PD. Exercise can strengthen the muscles and bring back control over movement.