Hawthorn is used traditionally as a cardiac tonic and to relieve high blood pressure. It it easy to obtain and the dried berries provide excellent medicine for various heart conditions.
Show some appreciation
Mailing List Sign-Up
- Where does Echinacea come from? 6 May, 2015
- TerraVita Herbal Symposium of Southern California 3 March, 2015
- Howie Brounstein & Steven Yeager: Bitters, Digestion, and Oregon Grape 3 March, 2015
- Beat Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) without antibiotics 20 May, 2014
- Medicinal Trees: meet the Peruvian Pepper Tree (Schinus molle) 5 May, 2014
- Medical News Today: Prostate cancer can be categorized into five different typesFor the first time, scientists have discovered prostate cancer can be categorized into five different types, each with its own genetic fingerprint.
- Medical News Today: Assessing the South Korea MERS outbreak: could it happen elsewhere?In this Spotlight, we examine the recent MERS outbreak in South Korea, examining how authorities dealt with the virus and whether such an outbreak could occur elsewhere.
- Medical News Today: Doctors should screen all adults for depression, say expert panelThe US Preventive Services Task Force have issued a draft recommendation stating everyone in the US aged 18 and older should be screened for depression.
- Medical News Today: Drone transport 'does not affect blood samples'A study that tested the use of drones to carry blood samples to a lab at another location finds up to 40 minutes of travel does not affect results of routine and common tests.
- Medical News Today: Silk and stem cells may help engineer salivary glands for dry mouthUse of silk fiber scaffolds may solve the problem of how to get salivary gland stem cells to grow into salivary gland tissue, opening the door to new treatments for dry mouth.