How A Desert Plant May Help Treat Parasitic Infections, Brain Fever
Plants which are traditionally used as medicine pose healing properties but may not be suggested by physicians due to lack of evidence. A recent study done by a group of scientists found that creosote bush, a plant common to the Southwestern United States, exhibit potent anti-parasitic activity. The plant which grows in the desert contains compounds that fight against parasitic infections that cause giardia and lethal form of encephalitis.
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