Pine bark extract improves ADHD symptoms in Taiwanese study

A new study published in Phytotherapy Research ​found that one month of supplementation with a pine bark extract supplement improved both inattention and impulsivity in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). In addition researchers determined...

Clinical trial demonstrates potential oral benefits of curcumin extract

According to a new clinical trial, the anti-inflammatory benefits that curcumin is famous for begin right in the mouth. According to the preliminary study, published in the journal Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, certain metabolites present in...

Three green tea studies published in 2020 you should know about

Research on green tea is not difficult to find. Since green tea has been used medicinally for hundreds of years, both scientific and observational studies abound. 2020 is no different, with a number of new studies seeing publication in scientific journals. A number of...

Three grape seed studies published in 2020 you should know about

With new research emerging yearly, grape seed is reaching a new level of popularity with supplement buying consumers. With the lifestyle challenges everyone faces today, this growing popularity it likely attributed to the unique antioxidant and cardiovascular support...