The purpose of this site is to collect lab research by medical doctors about herbs that are proven to treat illnesses and counter the false attacks on herbs by the medical industry and false claims by alternative medicine. I let the science tell the facts.
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1. This info and its site does not contain scientific verification and is listed for your information. I have included links to items I have created research pages. "Ginkgo Biloba, Sesame, Black cohosh, Goldenseal, Lesser Periwinkle (Vinca minor), Spinach (Spinacia oleracea) and other foods containing zinc, Zinc deficiency, Sunflower Seeds, An old Chinese remedy calls for eating sunflower seeds and drinking a tea brewed from their hulls for tinnitus., Fenugreek Seed Tea, Drinking a cup of fenugreek seed tea each morning, noon, and night is reported to abolish disturbing ear noises., Castor Oil, Onion Juice, Passion flower, Passion flower extract regulates neurotransmitters and circulation, Ramson juice, Sometimes, tinnitus is related to constipation. In this case, taking 1 tbsp. of ramson juice daily to clear the large intestine may help., Horsetail, Mistletoe tea, Plantain, Chinese Herbs, bullet Coptis and Rhubarb Combination (San-huang-hsieh-hsin-tang): Prescribed for tinnitus due to hypertension., bullet Major bupleurum: Recommended for the obese., bullet Rehmannia eight: Choice for the elderly.

Herbs to Avoid If tinnitus bothers you, avoid aspirin (tyloenol) or aspirin-like herbs--willow bark, meadowsweet and wintergreen. High doses of aspirin may cause ringing in the ears. Other herbs that are suspected to aggravate tinnitus include cinchona, black haw and uva ursi.

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