Rhodiola, sometimes referred to as golden root or arctic root, grows wild in cold mountainous areas of Europe and Asia and benefits include addressing mood.
Muscle cramps are rather common as approximately 60 percent of adults experience these oftentimes painful involuntary contractions according to the Medical University of South Carolina. Additionally, the rate of cramping tends to increase with age. Though muscle cramps are typically harmless and usually go away on their own, Medline indicates that stretching, massage, heat, and increasing fluids can sometimes help. So too can supplements. Here are three to consider based on scientific research.
Finding the root cause of back pain is one of the most difficult diagnoses a doctor can make. And disc lesions, specifically, require surgical intervention as a last-ditch effort to treatment and relief for a patient. But surgery is costly, dangerous, and doesn’t necessarily guarantee a permanent fix. Instead, the goal should always be wellness. […]
Licorice root has been used by both Eastern and Western medicine to treat some health conditions for thousands of years.
Biotin plays a role in multiple bodily functions. Here’s a look at five of them.