Science Journal

Cranberries are a group of evergreen dwarf shrubs or trailing vines in the subgenus Oxycoccus of the genus Vaccinium.
Cranberries have a plethora of wellness benefits with antioxidants being its main medicinal feature. The cranberry plant comes from North America, and the natives started using it millennia ago for its health benefits, including preventing painful urinary tract infections.  ...
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L-theanine is the form most commonly found in tea and supplements. L-theanine is used to improve mental function.
L-theanine is a calming supplement and amino acid. It helps insomniacs to unwind so they can sleep. Little did we know, we’ve been drinking a blend of this therapeutic beverage for centuries. While people with insomnia use L-theanine for sleep...
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Gentian is an herb. The root of the plant and, less commonly, the bark are used to make medicine.
  We know the European culture and Chinese ancestors for their superior use of gentian root extract to treat health conditions such as gallbladder problems, and digestive issues, among other ailments.   Gentian root tea comes from an herb, yet...
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