The Crucial Role of Clinical Trials

From a scientific perspective, Clinical Trials refer to the systematic study method conducted on humans (patients or healthy volunteers) with the purpose of verifying the effects of a product and/or identifying any adverse reactions, studying its absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion to establish its efficacy and tolerability. Clinical Trials must therefore confirm or refute the…

BOSWELLIA research and health activities

Boswellia: systematic review of in vitro, in vivo, and clinical research The genus Boswellia includes small/medium sized shrubs or trees that are attracting constant interest from the scientific community for their potential health-promoting uses. This review aimed to define a kind of “map” of research conducted on this botanical genus, with the goal of identifying…

Fatigue and Korean red ginseng

The effect of Korean ginseng on disease-related fatigue It is well known that fatigue, or the feeling of fatigue and asthenia, is a multifaceted symptom of unknown etiology and varying severity that affects many people in the course of illness. In traditional Eastern cultures, ginseng has been used for centuries to increase energy and improve…