The ability of CoQ10 to protect against the release of proinflammatory markers provides an attractive anti-inflammatory therapeutic for the treatment of some human diseases and in aging.
St John’s wort certainly deserves a place among the great nervous system tonics and could be used in place of anti-depressant drugs as a first option.
With over 6,500 published studies on Pubmed evidence for traditional use has become overwhelming. Ancient Chinese herbalists were definitely on to something, long before modern medicine came about.
It seems pretty obvious that using Bacopa as a herbal medicine or daily supplement could be a good long-term appraoch to improving mental function, brain health and long-term mental health.
Parsley is the richest source of iron from any leafy green that you’d get from the supermarket. One cup of parsley will also provide up to 10% RDA of copper, 7% RDA of magnesium, 7% RDA of potassium, 6% RDA of zinc, and 5% RDA of phosphorus.