Ginger has been integral to ancient civilizations for centuries, praised not only for its aromatic qualities but also for its diverse medicinal properties. Traditionally, the rhizome of ginger, ginger root, has been used in
Lemon balm has long been admired around the world for its extensive medicinal properties. Evidence of the belief in the healing potential of this herb is seen during the 15th century, when Paracelsus, a pioneering Swiss physician, stated that
Dandelion has been a prevalent component in traditional herbal medicine throughout the world. Historically, dandelion has been used in Russia, India, and China for its hepatic and hyperglycemic effects (Wirngo et al., 2016).
The therapeutic properties of passion flower have been acknowledged since the 16th century in South America and Europe. Historically, passion flower has been used to treat a range of conditions including insomnia, hysteria, nervous tachycardia, and neuralgia
Traditionally, various foods rich in magnesium have been the primary source for obtaining adequate levels of this mineral. However, it has been found that many populations, especially Western populations, experience magnesium deficiency.
Before inositol was available in the form of supplementation, the only source of inositol was its natural production in the body and the consumption of various foods such as fruits, vegetables, grains, and beans.
Various types of tea have been consumed since ancient times and have been recognized for their abundant therapeutic properties. In particular, the health benefits of teas steeped from Camellia sinensis leaves have been attributed to the amino acid, l-theanine.