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Rosehips yield a rich oil packed full of skin-loving fatty acids, and nutrients that can help smooth, protect and heal the skin
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Drink chamomile tea to lower thyroid cancer risk

A small has study found that chamomile tea consumption lowered the risk of thyroid cancer development.


4 May, 2015
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Curcumin prevents post-exercise muscle soreness

Curcumin, the well-researched active ingredient in turmeric, can help reduce pain, inflammation and muscle damage from intense exercise


21 April, 2015
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Rhodiola rosea – nature’s antidepressant

Rhodiola rosea herbal extract can work just as well as conventional antidepressants, but with fewer side effects, say US scientists


30 March, 2015
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Garlic extract could help treat chronic lung infection

Allicin-containing compounds in garlic have a powerful antibiotic effect on the bacteria that cause chronic lung disease in cystic fibrosis patients


6 March, 2015
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Liquorice could provide UV protection to skin

Liquorice contains active anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compounds that can help protect skin in the sun


25 February, 2015
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Black ginger extract could help control psoriasis flares

Substances derived from the Asian black ginger plant applied topically can help calm inflammation and prevent psoriasis flare ups


22 January, 2015
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Brew some honeysuckle tea to fight the flu

Honeysuckle flowers contain a potent anti-viral substance that acts against several strains of flu virus


8 December, 2014
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Everyday herbs and spices help protect the heart

Adding herbs and spices to food could reduce the amount of fat absorbed from a meal by as much as 30%, say US researchers.


25 November, 2014
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Scientists probe the anti-cancer properties of wild North American berry

The wild berry extract known as Aronia, has an anticancer-effect and may even strengthen the effectiveness of cancer drug treatment, say scientists


25 September, 2014
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Scientists probe green tea’s protective effects in pancreatic cancer

Bioactive compounds in green tea stop cancer cells from growing by disrupting their metabolic functions, study shows


2 June, 2014
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