Another bonus for keeping the flowers cut is that this can help the roots become more potent medicinally
Although adult recreational users may benefit from cannabis medicinally
, they may not maximize its benefits fully, depending upon the strains utilized, the manner and frequency of its use, and their own unique physiology.
Celiac Disease Doctor, Noha El Hachem Chidiac, told NNA that the causes of this disease were not medicinally
: Pakistani scientists have developed a genetic barcode" system which could be used for accurate and quick identification of medicinally
important halophytes (salt tolerant plants) across the world.The scientists from the Dr A Q Khan Institute of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (KIBGE) at Karachi University have collected different species of genus Suaeda or Sea Blite commonly found in Asia.They also gathered different samples from across Pakistan and targeted specific chloroplast gene with the hope of finding a similar DNA sequence to develop a potential bar code common in halophytes.
The mollusks are explained in terms of how people ate them, how they were used medicinally
and what their shells were used for.
The American man says that the marijuana was medicinally
prescribed to him in the US to help relax his nerves as he suffers from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Muscat: Omani researchers at the University of Nizwa have succeeded in producing a medicinally
important compound from Omani frankincense, luban, for breast cancer treatment.
Hudlicky is an early proponent of green chemistry and pioneered the use of biological methods in manufacturing medicinally
We felt if our high North latitude flora is so good for you nutritionally or medicinally
, then wouldn't it make sense to use them for effective anti-aging skin care?
they are considered to have cleansing properties, due to a combination of their laxative and diuretic actions, and have also been used to purify the blood.
A Milk thistle has been used medicinally
for more than 2,000 years, typically for liver problems such as cirrhosis and hepatitis, and gallbladder disorders.
Stamets's work has focused on studying and understanding mushrooms, not only their role medicinally
but also broadly in nature.