Magnesium is an important nutrient that helps your muscle and nerve function as well as energy production. We need it to keep our blood pressure normal, bones strong and heart rhythm steady. So where exactly does magnesium glycinate fit into the picture?
There’s an underrated mint in the house: introducing lemon balm! This leaf, officially called Melissa officinalis, is a calming herb that is (you called it!) a proud part of the mint family. This leaf, which has a refreshing lemony flavor, can be grown worldwide. Read on to learn more!
Out of the rank and file of modern trends, an interest in herbal medicines is one of the better found. Particularly when science shows a plant to be helpful with sleep. Read on to learn more!
Magnesium L-threonate is a not very widely talked about substance that has quite a few benefits. How well does its cognitive enhancing benefits stack up against science? Let's learn the benefits of magnesium l-threonate!
What are the benefits of spearmint and what's the best way to make spearmint tea? That satisfying cooling sensation, the feeling of freshness, that unique slightly sweet taste that keeps you coming back for more. There's many different types of mint. Spear mint has many amazing health benefits.
It’s more than a cutesy romantic gift! The rose—one of the oldest and most popular flowers in the world—has a laundry list of uses outside of being a passionate gesture. Don’t overlook the fact that you could consume its petals! Read about the benefits of rose petals.
Valerian root has been used for centuries to improve sleep. That's why it is often referred to as “nature’s Valium”. Should valerian root be the bees knees of herbal bedtime tea ingredients? Read on as we explore the origin, potential benefits, and uses of valerian root in this article.
Is reishi truly the king of anti-inflammation fungi? Reishi tea is used to treat fatigue, anxiety, stress and much more. But what benefits have the research to back them up?
Cordyceps is a powerhouse fungus with a laundry list of uses. It has been prized for centuries in Tibet and China and is one of the most famous traditional Chinese medicines.
This Peruvian plant has claims of boosting your mood, reducing anxiety, and even helping with menopause. Curious minds read on to learn the science behind maca!
What is Ginger and what are its benefits? Ginger has been used for centuries not only for its phenomenal spicy-yet-zesty taste, but also as a natural medicine.