October 26, 2013 In Herbal Research

Clinical trials

Stir-fried white pepper was as effective for treating chronic diarrhea and more effective than montmorillonite powder for acute and persistent diarrhea in children under 2.5 years (PubMed).

Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) – 35% extract, topically applied to a 12-cm area three times daily for 5 days – was found effective and superior to placebo and methyl nicotinate for acute upper or lower back pain (PubMed).

Special appearances

Hemidesmus indicus (Indian sarsaparilla) (PubMedPubMed)

Symphytum officinale (comfrey) (PubMed, PubMed)


Cynomorium (PubMed)

Hemidesmus indicus (Indian sarsaparilla) (PubMed)

Hyptis verticillata (PubMed)

Rhododenron (PubMed)

Symphytum officinale (comfrey) (PubMed)

Herb Combinations

Aconitum carmichaelii (aconite, fuzi) and Glycyrrhiza sp. (licorice) (PubMed)

Dingchuan decoction (ScienceDirect)

Traditional Therapies

Herbal vapour therapy (PubMed)

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