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Apoptosis -

Apoptosis is the natural way your body gets rid of unwanted cells present as a part of the growth process. It is an essential process that tracks if there are only required cells present in the body. This pre-designed process is a clean way where the concerned cells first shrink then condenses wit+Read more

Alpha-7 Nicotinic Receptor -

The alpha-7 nicotinic receptor is commonly known as the α7 receptor. It is a long-term memory consisting of α7 subunits. It is a type of nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (nAChRs), a polypeptide responsible for responding to neurotransmitter acetylcholine receptors. But with other the nAChRs, the α7 +Read more

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Bioavailability -

Bioavailability (BA) is a term used in pharmacology, nutritional and environmental sciences. In pharmacology, it refers to the degree and rate at which an administered drug is absorbed by the body’s circulatory system, the systemic circulation. +Read more

Bad Trip -

A bad trip is a condition where an individual experiences a freighting and very unpleasant experience, and it may be due to psychoactive drugs such as magic mushrooms and LSD. A bad trip's features can be very unpleasant like, loss of identity, a feeling of terror, and ultimate entrapment. The Psych+Read more

Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor “BDNF” Levels -

BDNF, also commonly known as Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor, is a protein found in humans encoded by BDNF Gene. It belongs to the neurotrophin family and is closely related to CNGF or a canonical nerve growth factor. It is generally found in the peripheral +Read more

Borrelia Afzelii -

It is the new species in the class of Borrelia species and is very much homologous to Borreliaburdorferi in immunological, phenotypic, and genetic characteristics. This bacterium is responsible for causing diseases like Acrodermatitischronicaatrophicans (ACA) and Lyme disease. Research is occurring +Read more

Borrelia Burgdorferi: Cause Lyme Disease -

There are four bacteria responsible for Lyme Disease. In the United States, Borrelia burgdorferi and Borrelia mayonii are more common, while Borrelia afzelii and Borrelia garinii are more active in European and Asian countries. People living in woody and grassy areas are more prone to Lyme disease. +Read more

Borrelia Mayonii -

Borrelia mayonii is gram-negative and belongs to the family of Spirochaetaceae of bacteria kingdom; it is also one among the bacteria that are responsible for causing Lyme disease. This bacterium is capable of infecting humans as well as animals like Tick.  Borreliamayonni was discovered as a Genosp+Read more

Broad Spectrum CBD -

Broad Spectrum CBD is full spectrum CBD without THC. There are two ways that Broad Spectrum CBD can be manufactured. The first is to add beneficial cannabinoids (minus the THC), terpenes, and flavonoids to CBD isolate. The second method to make Broad Spectrum CBD is through +Read more

Borrelia Garinii -

It is a common type of spirochete that is very thin, and their size ranges between 0.1-0.5 micrometers by 5.0-20.0 micrometers. It is non-capsuled, motile, and spiral in shape. These species can be microaerophilic or anaerobic. It is commonly of three types and that are Borreliaburgdorferi, Borrelia+Read more

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CANNABIDIOL -

Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is a product that is derived from cannabis. It is a type of cannabinoid, which is the chemical that is naturally found in marijuana plants. It is believed to have significant therapeutic attributes, without making a person feel intoxicated. +Read more

C-reactive Proteins (CRP) -

C-reactive proteins are ring-shaped, pentameric, and acute-phase protein. It is produced by the liver and flows throughout the human body in blood plasma. C-reactive proteins are inflammation builders that are produced for greater inflammation in the body. C-reactive proteins are also known as high-+Read more

Chlamydia -

Chlamydia is an infection that is caused predominantly by bacteria. It is a prevalent, sexually transmitted disease (STD). People who suffer from chlamydia don’t often exhibit several external symptoms from the early onset of the condition. There are several nasty complications that come with the ma+Read more

Chemokines -

Chemokines are small proteins that come under the category of cytokines. They are found to be of 8-10 kilodaltons and contains four cysteine residues in some conserved spots that play a significant role in forming their 3-D structure. Chemokines are present in all vertebrates, some viruses, and some+Read more

Cingulate Gyrus -

Gyrus is a type of fold in the brain. It is a vital component of the limbic system and is involved in the regulation of emotion and behavior. It also controls the autonomic motor function. For the medical study and diagnosis, the gyrus is divided into two main segments, and that is anterior and post+Read more

Cytokines -

The term 'Cytokine' originated by joining two Greek words together; it means cells' movement. Cytokines are the term that collectively represents some specific proteins, peptides, and glycoproteins. They are secreted by immune system cells and are distributed throughout your body, which is further +Read more

CANNABINOID RECEPTORS -

Cannabinoid receptors, located throughout the body, are part of the endocannabinoid system, which is involved in a variety of physiological processes including appetite, pain-sensation, mood, and memory. Cannabinoid receptors are of a class of cell membrane receptors in the G protein-coupled recepto+Read more

CANNABIS -

Cannabis is a genus of flowering plants in the family Cannabaceae. Three species may be recognized: Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica, and Cannabis ruderalis. The plant is also known as hemp, although this term is often used to refer only to varieties of Cannabis cultivated for non-drug use. Can+Read more

CANNABIS INDICA -

Cannabis indica, formally known as Cannabis sativa forma indica, is an annual plant in the Cannabaceae family originating from the Indian subcontinent. It is a putative species of the genus Cannabis. The Cannabis indica plant is cultivated for many purposes; for example, the plant fibers c+Read more

CANNABIS SATIVA -

Cannabis sativa is an annual herbaceous flowering plant indigenous to eastern Asia but now of cosmopolitan distribution due to widespread cultivation. It has been cultivated throughout recorded history, used as a source of industrial fiber, seed oil, food, recreation, religious and spiritual moods a+Read more

Circadian Rhythms -

Your Circadian Rhythm is the body clock that helps you regulate your daily schedule for ensuring optimum sleep. The Circadian Rhythm in our bodies is highly affected by stimuli like light and dark and other factors. The brain receives these signals based on your environment and activates several spe+Read more

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) -

Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a conversational therapy and is also known as psychotherapy, where you talk with your mental counselor. This therapy is designed structurally, including different sessions. If a person is undergoing some mental disorders or stress, then this therapy can+Read more

Canonical Nerve Growth Factor -

Canonical nerve growth factor or NGF is a kind of neuropeptide or a neurotrophic factor which is primarily involved in the process of regulating and maintaining growth. It was first identified as a prototypical growth factor. After its isolation+Read more

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease -

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, commonly referred to as COPD, is a group of progressive lung diseases. The most common of these progressive lung diseases are emphysema and chronic bronchitis. Many people who suffer from the chronic obstructive pulmonary disease have both of these conditions.&+Read more

Collagen -

Collagen refers to the group of primary structural proteins necessary for the connective tissues, such as skin and cartilage.  It is a crucial protein group as it makes up approximately one-third of all the protein present in the human body. There are 28 different types of Collagen; thus,+Read more

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Diabetes -

Diabetes indicates that your body is unable to convert blood sugar into energy. Glucose or sugar reaches your body in the form of food you consume, which is then made available to the body's cells to be used as energy by a hormone called insulin. In a healthy individual, enough insulin is +Read more

Diencephalon -

Diencephalon can be understood as a part of the brain. It is situated between the telencephalon and the midbrain. The midbrain is also called embryonic mesencephalon sometimes.   It is the main vesicle within the brain that is formed during embryogenesis — the process of th+Read more

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Enzymes -

Enzyme, a substance that acts as a catalyst in living organisms, regulates the rate at which chemical reactions proceed without itself being altered in the process. Diagrammatic Presentation +Read more

Essential Oils -

Essential oil is a concentrated hydrophobic liquid containing volatile chemical compounds from plants. Essential oils are also known as volatile oils, ethereal oils, aetherolea, or simply as the oil of the plant from which they were extracted. +Read more

Erythema Migrans -

Erythema migrans is a type of rash that appears in the primary stage of the Lyme disease. On average, 70-80% of the people found this rash at the beginning of the Lyme disease. This rash is solid round and appears to be a bull’s eye. If you find a similar rash, you should diagnose with the Lyme dise+Read more

Entourage Effect -

The entourage effect is the effect produced from the synergistic interaction of the cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes, and fatty acids that are naturally found in cannabis. It refers to the beneficial effect of all these compounds working together as opposed to just one or two of these compounds wo+Read more

ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM -

The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a biological system composed of endocannabinoids, which are endogenous lipid-based retrograde neurotransmitters that bind to cannabinoid receptors, and cannabinoid receptor proteins that are expressed throughout the vertebrate central nervous system (including the+Read more

Endorphins -

Endorphins are tiny neurochemicals that are released by your body after you engage in certain activities. The release of endorphins in your bloodstream usually causes you to experience a certain 'high' which makes you feel good, relaxed and positive. The word endorphin comes from putting together th+Read more

Estrogen -

Female humans have two main sex hormones in their bodies - progesterone and estrogen. Estrogen is primarily responsible for controlling the physical features of a female and taking care of reproduction. Physical changes in a woman during the puberty phase Growth of breasts, Growth of pubic and under+Read more

Eczema -

Eczema is a condition in which a person’s skin becomes inflamed in patches and becomes itchy, cracked, and rough. Some types can also cause blisters. There are several different types and stages of eczema. Continuous rubbing and scratching of eczema can lead to a variety of skin infections. In most +Read more

Episiotomy -

An episiotomy is an incision that is predominantly made in the perineum, which is the tissue between the vaginal opening and the anus in women during childbirth. Although episiotomy was a routine during childbirth some time ago, that is not the case anymore.  For years, people and medical prof+Read more

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Fibromyalgia -

Fibromyalgia is a mysterious disorder where a person feels intensive pain in muscles and bones. It is another condition in the line of the no-cure club. In this disorder, your brain is brain-washed to release a higher concentration of pain signals. Intense pain followed by fatigue, mood sw+Read more

FULL SPECTRUM CBD -

Full spectrum hemp oil refers to when the pure oil extracted from hemp contains all the same cannabinoids and compounds found in the original hemp plant. Unlike isolated or synthetic cannabinoids, full-spectrum hemp oil contains an array of cannabinoids, as well as many essential vitamins and minera+Read more

Follicle Simulating Hormone -

Follicle Simulating Hormone "FSH" is one of the essential gonadotropic hormones in our body. The pituitary gland releases this hormone in the bloodstream. The FSH is incredibly important to the development of the physical body that comes after puberty. The main changes are seen in the development of+Read more

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Genital Herpes -

Genital herpes is a type of sexually transmitted disease (STD). This condition causes herpetic sores, which are conceived as painful blisters and bumps that have the ability to ooze fluid and open when touched or tampered. There are some specific causes of genetic herpes. There are two types of diff+Read more

Gonorrhoea -

Gonorrhoea is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) and is caused by the infection of the bacteria named Neisseria gonorrhoeae. The bacteria are typically dangerous for your genitals because it has a tendency to affect warm and moist areas of your body. These might include yo+Read more

Gout -

Gout is the term that is collectively used to refer to the variety of conditions that can arise in a person’s body due to an increase in the levels of uric acid. This build-up, commonly referred to as gout, starts at the person’s feet. If a person has gout, they will feel swelling and pain in the jo+Read more

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HOMEOSTASIS -

Homeostasis is a self-regulating process by which biological systems tend to maintain stability while adjusting to the conditions that are optimal for survival. If homeostasis is successful, life continues; if unsuccessful, decline or death ensues. The stability attained is actually a dynamic equili+Read more

Huntington's Disease -

Huntington's disease is a rare type of genetically transmitted disease where a person's brain's nerve cells gradually destroy. The destruction of nerve cells causes functional disabilities in the person. This disease causes movement, cognitive and psychiatric disorders. Nervous cell destruction can +Read more

HIPPOCAMPUS -

It is a vital part of the brain and is found in the temporal lobe of the cortex. It is responsible for emotion, learning, memory and motivation. It is an S-shaped structure found in the temporal lobe and is packed with neurons. All the signals received by Hippocampus are sending from parahippocampal+Read more

HIV/AIDS -

HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus. As its name suggests, its presence indicates the malfunctioning of your immune system. Initially, HIV is transmitted through unprotected sexual intercourse but there are a number of other ways in which a person can get infect+Read more

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INDUSTRIAL HEMP -

Hemp, or Industrial Hemp, typically found in the Northern hemisphere, is a strain variety of the Cannabis sativa plant species that is grown specifically for the industrial uses of its derived products. It is one of the fastest growing plants and was one of th+Read more

Inflammatory Bowel Disease -

Inflammatory bowel disease is a collective term for various digestive and gastrointestinal tract disorders.    While the causes of Inflammatory bowel disease are still unknown, malfunctioning of the immune system is one of the possible causes.   In a f+Read more

ISOLATE CBD -

Isolate CBD is cannabidiol in its purest form. To produce this extract, CBD is isolated and then refined to strip out any additional cannabinoids, terpenes, and plant components found in the hemp plant. The final product is a fine white powder that contains around 99% cannabidiol. +Read more

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Low-affinity Nerve Growth Factor Receptor - (LNGFR) -

Low-affinity nerve growth factor receptor (LNGFR) is the 16th member of the TNFR (tumor necrosis factor receptor) superfamily. LNGFR is also known as the p75 neurotrophin receptor. It belongs to the family of the protein responsible for the differentiation and survival of the neu+Read more

Lupus -

Lupus is an autoimmune disease that is extremely hard to diagnose as it has minimum symptoms. Being an autoimmune disease, Lupus adversely affects different parts of the body such as joints, skin, kidneys, brain, heart, blood cells, lungs, etc in the form of inflammation, swelling, and related-damag+Read more

Labia -

The labia are the ‘lips’ present on the outside of a woman’s genitals or vulva. They protect the clitoris, vagina, and the urethra, and they often become engorged during sexual activity. There are two pairs of labia in a woman - the lips on the outside of the vagina are known as the labia majora, an+Read more

Low Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol (LDL-Cholesterol) -

Low-density lipoprotein, or LDL, can be understood as the bad Cholesterol, which sticks at to the walls of the blood vessels and obstructs the blood flow. This causes numerous health issues apart from heart attacks. LDL looks like a small blob whose center is made of Cholesterol and is surfaced by a+Read more

Luteinising Hormone “LH” -

Luteinising Hormone “LH” is also known by the names Interstitial cell-stimulating hormone, lutropin and LH. Like the follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), luteinising hormone is a gonadotropic hormone produced and released by cells in the anterior pituitary gland.   +Read more

Luteinizing Hormone-Releasing Hormone “LHRH” -

LHRH stands for luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone. A part makes this hormone of the brain that is called the hypothalamus. The Luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone is responsible for making the pituitary gland in the brain secrete the hormones: Luteinizing Hormone +Read more

Lichen Planus -

Lichen planus, simply put, is a skin rash that is triggered by the body’s immune system. It is not known, as of now, why such an immune response occurs in the body. However, doctors and other medical professionals have found some contributing factors like viral infections, allergens, stress, and gen+Read more

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Medium Chain Triglyceride (MCT) OIL -

MCT Oil, derived from coconut oil, is odorless, colorless, and liquid at room temperature. CBD extracts can be blended with MCT oil to make them easier to metabolize. Please consult your doctor or veterinarian in case of a coconut allergy. +Read more

Medulla Spinalis -

Medulla spinalis is commonly known as the spinal cord with a tubular structured long and thin bone made up with nervous tissues. It starts from the medulla oblongata (a part of the brain) and extends up to the vertebral column. The medulla spinalis surrounds the central canal, which is filled up wit+Read more

Morphine -

Morphine is a kind of painkiller or pain reliever, which belongs to the family opiate (a substance derived from opium), and it is also found in plants, animals, and humans. It is very beneficial in both acute and chronic pain because it directly targets the central nervous system and reduces pain. I+Read more

Myocardial Infarction -

Myocardial infarction, commonly known as a heart attack, is a very common cause of numerous deaths in the USA. Blood, travelling through the heart to different body organs of the body, transports numerous things, including oxygen, nutrients, water, etc. All these vitals are brought simultaneously to+Read more

MARIJUANA -

Cannabis, also known as marijuana among other names, is a psychoactive drug from the Cannabis plant used for medical or recreational purposes. The main psychoactive part of cannabis is tetrahydrocannabinol, one of 483 known compounds in the plant, including at least 65 other cannabinoids. +Read more

Multiple Sclerosis -

Multiple sclerosis is a medical condition where your brain and central nervous system are at risk of failing. It is possible as your immune system attacks the protective layer covering nervous fibers called myelin. The attack is possibly triggered by some external factors such as a virus o+Read more

Melanin -

Melanin can be understood as the natural skin pigment. Have you ever wondered why your eyes’ color is brown, blue, or black? Or, what decides the color of your hair or skin? Well, you can consider this hormone responsible for it.  Though numerous hormones collectively curate Melanin and none c+Read more

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Neisseria Gonorrhoeae: Gonorrhea -

Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease and is caused due to the transmission of bacteria called Neisseria gonorrhoeae. This bacterium affects the region of the urethra, cervix in females. However, it can affect both men and women.    Gonorrhea can affect any +Read more

Narcolepsy -

In short, it can be understood as the opposite of Insomnia.  Narcolepsy is a condition where an individual experiences excessive sleepiness, sleep paralysis, or hallucinations. It can even lead to a complete loss of muscle control sometimes.  A study claims that the probability of occurrence of this+Read more

Neuro Plasticity -

In simple terms, it can be explained as the ability of our brain to adapt. Our senses gather data as we interact with the environment. This data is then converted into electrochemical signals, which is then processed by our brain. As it keeps processing the data, neurons present in our brain keep fo+Read more

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Osteopenia -

Osteopenia is a condition where your body has low bone density. It is an age phenomenon after you have passed your peak bone density age, which is around 35 years. The difference between Osteopenia and Osteoporosis is that bone loss is not as severe in osteoporosis as in Osteopenia. That means someo+Read more

Ovulation  -

Ovulation is a part of a female’s menstrual cycle. It usually occurs when the egg is released from the person’s ovary. When the said egg is released from the ovary, it may or may not be fertilized by the sperm. If it is, the egg travels to the uterus and implants itself there to develop into a pregn+Read more

Oxidative Stress -

Oxidative Stress is an indication that your body is suffering from the imbalance of free radicals and antioxidants. Chemical reactions in your body take place because of the presence of free radicals.     Free radicals are molecules with unpaired electrons, which also contain o+Read more

Osteoporosis  -

As its name suggests, it has a relation with bone pores; when bones are seen with a microscope, they are found to have a honeycomb-like structure. During Osteoporosis, the pores of the bones get wider, which further leads to the easy breakdown as they get fragile and weak. The most common affected s+Read more

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Parahippocampal Gyrus -

The parahippocampal gyrus, also known as hippocampal gyrus, is a region of the brain with a grey matter, and it is an important part of the limbic system which surrounds the hippocampus. The parahippocampal gyrus plays a vital role in retrieval and memory encoding. It is found that the parahippocamp+Read more

Progesterone -

Two hormones - progesterone and estrogen, mostly control fertility and menstruation in female humans. Progesterone is considered to be a steroid hormone that belongs to a classification of hormones called progestogens. It is produced and secreted by the corpus luteum, a temporary endocrine gland tha+Read more

Prolactin -

In everyday life, prolactin is also known as the 'milk hormone' or the luteotropic hormone. Prolactin is a hormone directly named after its ability and function to promote the level of milk production in mammals. Prolactin is known to perform more than 300 different human body functions. These funct+Read more

Pyramidal Neurons -

Pyramidal Neurons are found in the cerebral cortex, subcortical structures, hippocampus, and the amygdala.   One of the primary functions of Pyramidal Neurons is to convert synaptic inputs received through sensory nerves into a patterned output of action potentials. They are spe+Read more

Psoriatic Arthritis -

Psoriatic arthritis can be defined as joints-pain. It is commonly seen in with Psoriasis - a problem causing red-itchy patches on the skin and scalp. Generally, Psoriasis occurs before Psoriatic arthritis, but it isn't always necessary. Some main symptoms of psoriatic arthritis are joints-pain, swel+Read more

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Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) -

Rheumatoid comes under the category of autoimmune diseases. When your immune system begins to rebel, and it concentrates against the lining surrounding your joint called synovium, the inflammation thickens and leads to the destruction of the cartilage and bone of the respective joint, then you are s+Read more

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SUBLINGUAL -

Sublingual is a Latin word for “under the tongue”, refers to the pharmacological route of administration by which substances diffuse into the blood through tissues under the tongue. +Read more

Serotonin -

Serotonin is a chemical neurotransmitter that acts on blood vessels and pain control pathways in the brain and is responsible for controlling mood, attention, sleeping, and pain.    Low serotonin levels are commonly related to the people who have shown early onset symptoms of de+Read more

Sexually Transmitted Diseases -

This term is usually used to refer to a condition passed from one person to another through sexual contact. You can also contract a sexually transmitted disease by having an unprotected vaginal, anal, or oral sex with someone who already has been contracted with the disease.   STDs may al+Read more

Single nucleotide polymorphism -

SNP or single nucleotide polymorphism is a sequence of DNA that varies with single nucleotide adenine (A), guanine (G), cytosine (C), and thymine (T). Within SNPs, a frequency is allocated, and the lowest frequency is observed at the locus. As there is a significant variation between humans' populat+Read more

Staphylococcus Aureus: Staph Infections -

A bacterium called staphylococcus is responsible for a staph infection; it can occur on the skin and nose even if you are healthy and fit. This bacterium mostly results in small skin infection. It can be fatal if it enters deep inside the body's vital organs like lungs, heart, bones, blood+Read more

Streptococcus Pneumonia -

Bacterial pneumonia is a condition when the lungs get inflamed and, in many instances, get filled with fluid. It is caused by bacteria (Streptococcus), fungi, or viruses. Bacterial pneumonia can affect a part of your lung or the entire lungs. Result in an insufficient supply of oxygen in the blood. +Read more

Spermicides -

Spermicides are a kind of birth control which contain chemicals that stops the sperm from reaching the egg and fertilizing it.   Spermicides are put inside the vagina before sexual intercourse (or penetration) to prevent pregnancy. They are put inside the vagina right +Read more

Septic shock -

Septic shock is a condition that occurs as a result of an infection in the body. Septic shocks can cause numerous changes in the body can also be life-threatening to some people. Septic shocks usually happen to people when the chemicals that fight infections by triggering inflammatory reactions get +Read more

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Tropomyosin receptor kinase B (TrkB) -

TrkB or commonly known as Tropomyosin receptor kinase B acts as a receptor for Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF), it is also known as tyrosine receptor kinase B or BDNF/NT-3 growth factors receptor.   Tropomyosin receptor kinas+Read more

TERPENES -

Terpenes are a large class of molecules that are produced by many species of plants. They are the main ingredient in essential oils and are the fragrant compounds responsible for plants’ distinctive smells and flavors.  +Read more

TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL -

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is a compound that is the physiologically active component in cannabis preparations (marijuana, hashish, etc.) derived from the Indian hemp plant or can be produced synthetically. +Read more

Tuberculosis -

Tuberculosis is one of the most severe infectious diseases which can be easily transmitted from one person to another. It can transmit from one to another in the form of droplets containing bacteria while one sneezes.   Tuberculosis attended its peak in 1985 and many develo+Read more

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Urinary Tract Infections -

A urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection that you can get from microbes. Microbes are organisms that are too small to be seen by anything other than a microscope. These bacteria cause most urinary tract infections, but others are also caused by fungi and viruses. UTIs are common infections to+Read more

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Vaginal Yeast Infections -

A vaginal yeast infection is known as candidiasis. A healthy vagina contains some amounts of bacteria and some yeast cells. But problems occur when this balance of bacteria and yeast changes. When the yeast cells multiply beyond proportion, they can start to cause intense itching, swelling, and irri+Read more

Vaginismus -

Vaginismus occurs when the vaginal muscles are involuntarily or persistently contracted or tightened when vaginal penetration is attempted. Vaginal contractions can happen during sexual intercourse, which can make coitus very painful. This condition can act up when a partner attempts penetration whe+Read more

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WATER SOLUBLE -

Water Soluble is the ability to be dissolved in water.  +Read more

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Zinc -

Complete nutrition is a prime necessity for optimal growth in the children. But, what role does Zinc play? When the results of certain studies were studied, Zinc was of utter importance for proper cellular growth. It participates in cell proliferation regulation —the process+Read more

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