Medicine or Myth?
Hemp used to be smoked but now low-THC forms of hemp seeds are readily eaten as a health food. So how good are hemp foods for your health, really?
Chicken soups are internationally regarded as beloved comfort food with remedial powers. But how healing can a bowl of poultry-based soup really be?
Can you cook your way to a spicier sex life? One Queensland naturopath believes so and uses the warming vegetable, ginger, in a homemade aphrodisiac tonic to do it.
The miracle berry from West Africa gets its name because when eaten, it causes sour foods to taste sweet. It may also help chemotherapy patients, who have lost...
Fermented cabbage isn’t just for eating. Meet Beata who swears by a traditional homemade remedy to treat acne: just put sauerkraut on your face.
There's currently no cure for endometriosis. But what if drinking a Chinese herbal tea could help relieve the pain? SBS's new series, Medicine or Myth?, explores...