Gonorrhea is a common sexually transmitted disease (STD). According to the report of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), every year, more than 700,000 people in the United States get new gonorrhea infections. Gonorrhea is the second most common bacterial sexually transmitted disease after chlamydia in the US.
There are the highest rates of gonorrhea infections among sexually active teenagers and young adults. According to a report in the United Kingdom in 2005, 196 per 100,000 [ Read More ]
Chagas Disease (Chagas' disease, American trypanosomiasis, "The New AIDS of the Americas") is a tropical parasitic disease that is common in South and Central America, and now the disease is a growing problem in North America and Europe. According to the report "Medical Encyclopedia: Chagas disease" published in 2008 by National Institutes of Health, approximately 300,000 infected people live in the United States, which is likely due to immigration from Latin American countries.
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Arisaema Triphyllum (Jack in the Pulpit) is a perennial plant in the genus Arisaema family. It is about 30 to 65 cm in height with three leaves and flowers.
The native Americans used the root of the Jack-in-the-Pulpit as food and medicine. Fresh roots of Jack in the Pulpit is poisonous. Ingesting the fresh corm can cause poisoning. The symptoms include a powerful burning sensation in the mouth, throat, short breathing, or irritation of the digestive system.
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Hydrangea can be used for treating prostatitis, enlarged prostate glands, kidney and bladder stones.
Hydrangea (Hydrangea Arborescens) is a flowering plant, about 10 feet high, with clusters of white or colored flowers. Hydrangea is a popular ornamental plant, grown for its large flowerheads.
Hydrangea for prostatitis, kidney and bladder stones
Hydrangea contains cyanogenic glycoside, volatile oil, saponins, flavonoids, and other constituents. Hydrangea has been used [ Read More ]
Hop (Hops, Humulus lupulus) is a natural sedative herb that is used for treating insomnia, anxiety, nervousness, irritation and restlessness. Hop is a bitter herb that is diuretic, calming and sedative. Hops have historically been used as an natural sleep inducer for its sedative effects.
Hop has a bitter, tangy flavor. It is used as a flavoring and stability agent in beer. Humulus lupulus has been used to make beer for thousands of years in Asia. The earliest literature shows that hop was [ Read More ]