The latest news and views about herbal medicine in Iran
Iranian researchers have introduced the extract of the Persian violet for the complementary treatment of breast cancer.
Many farmers in Golestan province, northern Iran, are harvesting their echium crops these days.
An Iranian traditional medicine expert says “medical fasting” could help reduce the chance of coronavirus infection by boosting the body’s immune system.
Torsheh Vash is one of the local foods of northern Iran, especially Gilan province. The name of this stew is taken from one of its ingredients, a plant called Torsheh Vash (wood sorrels).
The dangerous thing about hypertension or high blood pressure is that nearly 50% of people with the disease are unaware of their illness, so they do not take action to control the disease. This is why the disease is called the silent killer.
The Damask rose is one of the plants that have numerous properties used in different industries.
A group of Iranian scientists have produced two herbal drugs using lemon balm and saffron extracts that prevent and control the Alzheimer's disease (AD).
Iranian researchers have produced an herbal medicine to treat the symptoms of Parkinson's disease. The medicine is currently in the commercialisation stage and will soon be on the market.
Saffron also known as “red gold” or the “king of the world’s spices” has numerous and miraculous properties.
A group of Iranian researchers at a knowledge-based company have managed to develop capsules that increase longevity and strengthen the general vigour of the body.
Rosewater is a fragrant liquid highly beneficial for human eyes but before any use, we should make sure about its purity.
Depression in the cold seasons of the year is a disease that many people suffer from. The mood is associated with increased release of the sleep-related melatonin hormone, caused by the shorter duration of the day and lengthy nights. But what can we do to get rid of this mood?
A main booth at the ongoing Nanotechnology Exhibition in Tehran has been allocated to emerging products that need financial support from investors for commercialisation.
Iranian researchers have developed a drug to treat epilepsy using three types of medicinal herbs.
An Iranian researcher says he has managed to prevent the growth of breast cancer cells by producing a drug containing species of a plant genus commonly known as spurge.
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