Yoruba herbs have a lot of medical uses in Africa and have been used for centuries to treat conditions such as gout, diarrhea and arthritis.
But they’re also being studied as a treatment for depression and anxiety.
The herb’s popularity has prompted the United States to use the herb in a clinical trial, and now the NFL is giving it a try.
The league is launching a study that will look at whether the herb works as a prescription medicine for people who have a mental health condition.
The NFL is partnering with Harvard University and Harvard Medical School to help the study begin.
“We are very excited about this,” said Dr. Anthony Balsamo, a professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical and Health Services and a lead author of the study.
“I have a hard time believing that we’re actually going to see the results of this study within a year.
We are going to be looking at people with a wide variety of conditions, including depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder.”
In the study, the researchers will measure the effects of two treatments: yorubi oil and a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug, known as norethindrone.
The team will use the yorube oil as a standard drug, but will use norethalone instead.
In addition, they will use a placebo pill to see if the treatment works for depression.
The drug that works best in this study will have a high enough dose to prevent a significant drop in mood and affect a person’s quality of life, according to Balsamos team.
The study will last for a month, and the researchers hope to find out whether the drug is effective or not within four months.
In the meantime, people with mental health conditions should try to avoid using yorubs to treat their depression, and they should also avoid using it as a placebo for anxiety, Balsamso said.