My name is Laura Murphy, I am a Biologist and a practitioner of Natural Medicine, I am a qualified Naturopath, Homeopath, Herbalist and Nutritionist. I am passionate about natural medicine and spend innumerable hours researching evidence based natural therapies and disease and rather than hoard all this valuable information on my computer, I decided to set up this humble website. If you have any questions or suggestions please "contact me"
Look to your health; and if you have it, praise God, and value it next to a good conscience; for health is the second blessing that we mortals are capable of; a blessing that money cannot buy - Izaak Walton
Look to your health; and if you have it, praise God, and value it next to a good conscience; for health is the second blessing that we mortals are capable of; a blessing that money cannot buy - Izaak Walton
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- Food Standards Agency investigates poultry factories - The Guardian
- Undercover police gathered evidence on 18 grieving families - The Guardian
- Does the Casual Athlete Really Need Sports Drinks? For those who aren't professional runners, sports drinks and energy bars don't provide nutritional value. - Alternet
- MUST WATCH - MH17 Spin - do we hear a drumbeat of war? - RT News
- Must Watch - Main SCREAM Media: Western press pin blame for MH17 crash on Russia - RT News
- ACTION ALERT - AVAAZ PETITION - Israel-Palestine This Is How It Ends
- ACTION ALERT - Tell Monsanto: We Have a Right to Know What’s In Our Food - Label GMO's
- 5 Innocuous Activities That Can Get You Put in the Govt.'s Anti-Terrorism Database - Alternet
- Meet the Online Tracking Device That is Virtually Impossible to Block - ProPublica
- Monsanto wants soy trading firms to act as its royalty collectors - GMWatch
- The nuclear war against Australia's Aboriginal people - The Ecologist
- Gaza: Israel's $4 billion gas grab - The Ecologist
- Veganic Gardening: Here’s Why it’s the Future! - Care2
- YouTube Video - The Gaza Bombardment - What You're Not Being Told - StormCloudsGathering
The Guardian reported a few weeks ago "Peer-reviewed research, published in the leading journal Nature this Wednesday, has revealed data from the Netherlands showing that bird populations fell most sharply in those areas where neonicotinoid pollution was highest. Starlings, tree sparrows and swallows were among the most affected. At least 95% of neonicotinoids applied to crops ends up in the wider environment, killing the insects the birds rely on for food, particularly when raising chicks.
The American Council, Herbclip report "Although there was a greater rate of HPV elimination in the Basant group for HPV 16 and HPV 18 as compared to the placebo group (which was not significant [P=0.07]), this product may be clinically useful in treating HPV and preventing cancer."
The American Botanical Council, Herbclip report "Finding ways to enhance brain activity, such as word puzzles, studying new subjects, exercising to increase oxygen capacity, and some form of meditation to relax the mind, can maintain and even enhance cognitive function. Bacopa, green tea, and pomegranate, among other herbs, can also support the brain's various processes"
The Journal of Nutritional Sciences report "The results from this sequential in vitro/in vivo research model yielded botanical extract formulas that demonstrate significant potential benefits for bone health"
The Journal of Nutritional Sciences report "Produce rich in phytochemicals may alter postprandial glucose and insulin responses by interacting with the pathways that regulate glucose uptake and insulin secretion in humans. The aims of the present study were to assess the phytochemical constituents of red beetroot juice and to measure the postprandial glucose and insulin responses elicited by either 225 ml beetroot juice (BEET).....Results revealed a significant lowering of the postprandial insulin response in the early phase (0–60 min) (P < 0·05) and a significantly lower glucose response in the 0–30 min phase (P < 0·05) in the BEET treatment compared with MCON
The Journal Menopause report "Soy Isoflavone (SIF) supplementation seems to have a positive effect on improving summary cognitive function and visual memory in postmenopausal women
The Journal Menopause report "This meta-analysis confirms that acupuncture improves hot flash frequency and severity, menopause-related symptoms, and quality of life (in the vasomotor domain) in women experiencing natural menopause."
The British Journal of Nutrition report " In conclusion, organic crops, on average, have higher concentrations of antioxidants, lower concentrations of Cd and a lower incidence of pesticide residues than the non-organic comparators across regions and production seasons"
E Science report "Enhanced growth of Earth's leafy greens during the 20th century has significantly slowed the planet's transition to being red-hot, according to the first study to specify the extent to which plants have prevented climate change since pre-industrial times. Researchers based at Princeton University found that land ecosystems have kept the planet cooler by absorbing billions of tons of carbon, especially during the past 60 years. The planet's land-based carbon "sink" -- or carbon-storage capacity -- has kept 186 billion to 192 billion tons of carbon out of the atmosphere since the mid-20th century, the researchers report in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition report "A prepregnancy low-carbohydrate dietary pattern with high protein and fat from animal-food sources is positively associated with GDM risk, whereas a prepregnancy low-carbohydrate dietary pattern with high protein and fat from vegetable food sources is not associated with the risk. Women of reproductive age who follow a low-carbohydrate dietary pattern may consider consuming vegetable rather than animal sources of protein and fat to minimize their risk of GDM."
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition report "Our meta-analysis indicates that nut intake is inversely associated with IHD, overall CVD, and all-cause mortality but not significantly associated with diabetes and stroke. The inverse association between the consumption of nuts and diabetes was attenuated after adjustment for body mass index. These findings support recommendations to include nuts as part of a healthy dietary pattern for the prevention of chronic diseases"
The International Journal of Obesity report "Maternal and paternal smoking during pregnancy are associated with an adverse body and abdominal fat distribution and increased risk of overweight in children. Similar effects of maternal and paternal smoking suggest that direct intrauterine mechanisms and common family-based lifestyle-related factors explain the associations."
The International Journal of Obesity report "Long-term multilevel approach targeting Physical Activity (PA) and Sedentary Behavior (SB) prevents excessive weight gain up to 30 months after intervention cessation. The efficacy may be higher in the most sedentary and least wealthy adolescents. Healthy PA-related behavior inducing long-lasting weight effects can be promoted in youth providing that an ecological approach is introduced in the prevention strategy."
A very informative article by Dr. Mercola - Pesticides Put Global Food Production at Grave Risk, International Task Force Warns. Also two Videos "Task Force on Systemic Chemicals" and "What You Need to Know about GMO's and the Grocery Manufacturers Assoc. (GMA)
The Journal Nutrients report "In this study, traditional-healthy dietary pattern was positively associated with dietary factors, such as PUFAs and minerals that are known for beneficial effects on ADHD. Another beneficial effect of the traditional-healthy dietary pattern might be associated with the low fast food intake. Junk foods are generally high in fat, sugar, additives, artificial food colorings, and preservatives, which may negatively affect ADHD symptoms . Overall, the traditional-healthy dietary pattern was associated with many dietary factors that affect childhood behavioral disorders, such as ADHD"
The Journal PlosOne report "In the course of screening for the anti-Parkinsonian drugs from a library of traditional herbal medicines, we found that the extracts of choi-joki-to and daio-kanzo-to protected cells from MPP+-induced cell death. Because choi-joki-to and daio-kanzo-to commonly contain the genus Glycyrrhiza, we isolated licopyranocoumarin (LPC) and glycyrurol (GCR) as potent neuroprotective principals from Glycyrrhiza. ...These results indicated that LPC and GCR derived from choi-joki-to and daio-kanzo-to would be promising drug leads for PD treatment in the future.
The Journal Nutrients report "Thus, further in vivo and clinical studies are warranted to support the use of pummelo as a functional fruit for endothelial health and CVD risk reduction"
The Journal Evidence Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine report "This study demonstrates, for the first time, that ethanolic extract of propolis increases activities of mitochondrial respiratory complexes II and IV without affecting mitochondrial membrane potential. The obtained data suggest that propolis improves the total mitochondrial respiratory efficiency in the human spermatozoa in vitro thereby having potential to improve the sperm motility."
The Journal Nutrients report "This in vitro study has shown, when gastric pH is elevated, the addition of kiwifruit can double the rate of hydrolysis of meat protein. This novel finding supports the hypothesis that consumption of kiwifruit with a meal can increase the rate of protein hydrolysis, which may explain how kiwifruit relieves functional GI disorder (Gastrointestinal (GI) disorder such as indigestion, bloating and constipation.)
The Journal Pediatrics report "Our findings suggest early exposure to indoor tanning increases the risk of early development of BCC. They also underscore the importance of counseling adolescents and young adults about the risks of indoor tanning and for discouraging parents from consenting minors to this practice.
BMJ report " Higher red meat intake in early adulthood may be a risk factor for breast cancer, and replacing red meat with a combination of legumes, poultry, nuts and fish may reduce the risk of breast cancer."
HerbalGram (American Botanical Council) report "The authors conclude that ashwagandha “can be used as an alternative empirical therapy for the treatment and clinical management of male infertility.”
Chemical and Engineering News report "f you’ve ever used a product labeled as antibacterial, chances are you’ve encountered triclosan. Patented in the 1960s as an antimicrobial agent and first used in health care settings, triclosan became ubiquitous in the U.S. as consumers became increasingly germophobic. Companies added triclosan to soaps, bodywashes, deodorants, toothpaste, shaving gel, and cosmetics, as well as products such as dishwashing liquids, laundry detergents, cutting boards, toys, fabrics, shoes, and caulking compounds.
Triclosan became so pervasive, in fact, that one study found triclosan in three-quarters of urine samples from a group of people representative of the U.S. population
Environmental Health News report "Babies whose moms lived within a mile of crops treated with widely used pesticides were more likely to develop autism, according to new research published".
The Journal Planta Medica report "The antiobesity effect of the ethanol extract of Atractylodes lancea rhizome was evaluated in a high-fat diet-induced obesity mice model at daily dosages of 250mg/kg and 500mg/kg body weight for 4 weeks, and treatment with this extract demonstrated a moderate efficacy at the 500mg/kg dose level"
The Journal Neurochem. Res. report "Our findings lend support to a novel therapeutic strategy, associated with these vitamins (E and C), to the cognitive dysfunction observed in depression and other stress related diseases."
The Journal of Medicinal Food report "The extracts of Scutellaria baicalensis and Acacia catechu have been shown in previous studies to alleviate joint discomfort, reduce stiffness, and improve mobility by reducing the production of proinflammatory molecules over long periods of supplementation. The acute effects of intake of these extracts have not yet been investigated. Thus, we carried out a1 week clinical trial to examine the extent to which UP446—a natural proprietary blend of S. baicalensis and A. catechu (UP446)—decreases knee joint pain, mobility, and biomarkers of inflammation in comparison to naproxen. These findings suggest that UP446 is effective in reducing the physical symptoms associated with knee OA.
The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine report "Our data demonstrate that S. officinalis, E. globulus, C. forskohlii, A. uva-ursi, C. chinensis,T. diffusa, A. californica, A. sativum,and L. tridentataall show promising direct antimicrobial activity against S. aureus.For many of these botanicals, strong bacteriocidal activity was observed at higher concentrations,but even at lower concentrations, bacteriostatic activity was evident. Other botanicals including B. vulgaris,Baptisia tinctoria, and Glycyrrhiza glabra showed moderate activity against S. aureus"
The Journal Alternative and Complementary Medicine report "In this single-center pilot study, complementary Auricular acupressure therapy (AAT) for maintenance hemodialysis (MHD) patients with severe insomnia was feasible and well tolerated and showed encouraging results for sleep quality.
The Journal Evidence Based CAM report "The standardized Ginkgo biloba extract EGb 761 has well-described antioxidative activities and effects on different cytoprotective signaling pathways. Consequently, a potential use of EGb 761 in neurodegenerative diseases has been proposed. A common characteristic feature of a variety of such disorders is the pathologic formation of protein aggregates, suggesting a crucial role for protein homeostasis. These results demonstrate a novel activity of EGb 761 on protein aggregates by enhancing proteasomal protein degradation, suggesting a therapeutic use in neurodegenerative disorders with a disturbed protein homeostasis.
....It was shown that in Alzheimer's Disease the treatment with EGb 761 provides protective effects through a combination of antioxidative , free radical scavenging , antiamyloidogenic , and antiapoptotic properties ."
Molecular Cancer Therapeutics report "The mechanism of action of leelamine is mediated by disruption of cholesterol transport, causing decreased cellular proliferation and, consequently leading to increased tumor cell apoptosis as well as decreased tumor vascularization. Thus, a unique agent and novel mechanism of action has been identified for the treatment of melanoma that acts by inhibiting the activity of three major signaling pathways regulating the development of this disease.
Leelamine, is a natural compound isolated from pine bark, it is a diterpene compound and a weak agonist of the cannabinoid CB1 receptor.
The Journal Evidence Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine report "The interventions, especially Auricular Acupuncture, may contribute to a decrease of Carbon Monoxide, cotinine, and nicotine dependence along with the time change. However, the refusal smoking self-efficacy and smoking years of college smokers, as well as the smoking habits of their fathers and peers are important influences on smoking cessation.
The Journal of Urology report "Physical activity decreases the risk of bladder cancer mortality. These studies suggest that exercise interventions may potentially prevent bladder cancer death."
The Journal Nutrition Report " In conclusion, a high weekly intake (≥3 times/wk) of fish was associated with a slightly reduced risk of VTE, and the addition of fish oil supplements strengthened the inverse effect."
The Chicago Tribune Report "Bats being blindsided by disease -
Detected in Illinois last year, fungus has killed millions of the winged creatures in U.S. and Canada "There are few animals so misunderstood and so unappreciated," Sharon Peterson said. She and her husband are licensed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to keep and exhibit bats.
Some species of bats pollinate plants and reseed the rain forest. Others, including those in Illinois, eat garden and crop pests and lower the risk of West Nile virus by consuming thousands of mosquitoes a night.
Science Daily report "A new study explains how green tea changed the metabolism of pancreatic cancer cells, opening a new area in cancer-fighting research. Green tea and its extracts have been widely touted as potential treatments for cancer, as well as several other diseases. But scientists have struggled to explain how the green tea and its extracts may work to reduce the risk of cancer or to slow the growth of cancer cells."
The Journal Nutrients report "The results obtained through the animal model experiments performed in the present study adding more subsidies to the use of sesame oil due to their antinociceptive and anti-inflammatory properties. Based on our data, sesamin is one of the active constituents of sesame oil and represents a promising target for the treatment of pain and inflammation."
The Journal Behav. Brain Res report "Results showed that the postpartum-induced rats not treated with menhaden fish oil, exhibited an increase in immobility time seen in FST, hippocampal concentration of corticosterone and plasmatic level of corticosterone, and pro-inflammatory cytokines. These depression-related effects were attenuated by supplementation of menhaden fish oil with doses of 3 and 9g/kg. Moreover, results of rats supplemented with menhaden fish oil were comparable to rats treated with the clinically effective antidepressant, fluoxetine. Taken together, these results suggest that menhaden fish oil, rich in omega-3, exerts beneficial effect on postpartum depression and decreases the biomarkers related to depression such as corticosterone and pro-inflammatory cytokines.
BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine report " This study highlighted the potential effect of curcumin in knee OA patient. This effect was reflected by the variation of a cartilage specific biomarker, Coll2-1 that was rapidly affected by the treatment. These results are encouraging for the qualification of Coll2-1 as a biomarker for the evaluation of curcumin in OA treatment."
The Journal Evidence Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine report "Punica granatum (P. granatum) L., universally known as pomegranate, Pg extract, F1, F2, and GA could be considered as a new therapeutic potential for the amelioration of diabetic neuropathic pain and the observed in vivo antioxidant potential may be involved in its antinociceptive effect. It is highly significant to pay attention to Pg and GA for amelioration and control of DM and its complications."
The American Botanical Council report "As consumer interest in plant-based products grows, scientists will continue to study plants to learn more about their insect-repelling properties. Botanical formulas, when used properly, provide an alternative to synthetic repellents."
The American Botanical Council report "Based on the available evidence — which includes epidemiological studies, surveys, brain morphology analyses, and a few human studies — most experts accept that cannabis intake could have negative impact on individuals who have schizophrenia and that those vulnerable to developing schizophrenia can have psychotic episodes if they ingest high doses of cannabis. “So there definitely is something there,” said Dr. Guiffrida. “However, this is probably one of the components that may contribute to schizophrenia. It is not the cause of schizophrenia. And so I don’t think we have yet enough evidence to say that cannabis causes schizophrenia, and this is particularly true for the healthy population.”
The American Botanical Council report "The authors conclude that the general lack of evidence prevents them from drawing conclusions for most neuropsychiatric conditions. However, the meta-analysis of dementia studies shows that ginkgo provides benefits for cognition and ADL. The authors state that the benefits for dementia and schizophrenia were modest and that some studies showed statistical improvements that were not necessarily clinically meaningful. Nonetheless, the authors conclude that despite heterogeneous results, the evidence supports the use of the proprietary standardized ginkgo extract in patients with dementia and as an adjunct therapy for patients with schizophrenia."
Biomed Research International report "Cleome viscosa L. (Cleomaceae) is an important traditional medicine of the Indian-Ayurvedic and Chinese-medicine system documented for rheumatic arthritis, hypertension, malaria, neurasthenia, and wound healing. The plant is also known as Asian spider flower and is distributed throughout the greater part of India. The present study explored the wound healing property of C. viscosa methanol extract (CvME) ......These findings suggest that C. viscosa promoted the wound repair process by attenuating the Smad-mediated collagen production in wound granulation tissue."
The Journal Anticancer Research report " High serum 25(OH)D was associated with lower mortality from breast cancer. Serum 25(OH)D in all patients with breast cancer should be restored to the normal range (30-80 ng/ml), with appropriate monitoring. Clinical or field studies should be initiated to confirm that this association was not due to reverse causation."
The Journal Planta Medica report "Cardiac tissue analyzed by hematoxylin and eosin staining indicated that lesions induced by iron overload could be ameliorated by Danshen injection dose-dependently. Altogether, these results illustrated that the protective effects of Danshen injection were at least in part due to decreased iron deposition and inhibition of lipid peroxidation.
The Scientific World Journal report "Our findings implicate the therapeutic potential of Salvia miltiorrhiza (SM) injection for Lead (Pb)-induced nephrotoxicity, which were at least partly due to the decrease of Pb accumulation, inhibition of lipid peroxidation, and suppression of renal apoptosis. These results provided preliminary experimental support for Danshen as a therapeutic drug for Pb poisoning diseases.
Environmental Health News report "study finds Young frogs exposed to flame retardants have weakened immune systems, which could leave them more susceptible to diseases that are ravaging amphibians worldwide. A new laboratory experiment is the first to link flame retardants to immune system problems in frogs, and adds to evidence that pollutants may contribute to global declines of their populations"
The Journal Biomed Research International report " In general, the very few studies that have been done suggested that higher intake of fruits, vegetables, fish, nuts, legumes, cereal, lower intake of meats, high fat diary, sodium, sweets, and refined grains seemed to be associated with reduced risk of Alzheimer's Disease.
The Journal Opthalmology report "Conclusion. Research has proved that elder people with poor diets, especially with low Antioxidants (AOX) and ω-3 micronutrients intake and subsequently having low plasmatic levels, are more prone to developing Age Macular Degeneration (AMD). Micronutrient supplementation enhances antioxidant defense and healthy eyes and might prevent/retard/modify AMD.
The Journal Jama Opthalmol. report "CONCLUSIONS AND RELEVANCE Higher total folate intake was associated with a suggestive lower risk for exfoliation glaucoma or Suspected EG (EG/SEG), supporting a possible causal role of homocysteine in EG/SEG."
The EU Journal of Clinical \nutrition report "This study performed by GPs shows that Lactobacillus paracasei subsp. paracasei (LP-33) improves the quality of life of subjects with persistent Allergic Rhinitis (AR) who are currently being treated with an oral H1-antihistamine. Whereas nasal symptoms had not changed, ocular symptoms had consistently improved."
The Journal Drug Healthcare and Patient Safety report "In this study, older adults were found to have inadequate knowledge of prescription drug safety and interactions with alcohol"
The Journal Drug Healthc Patient report "Prophylactic administration of S. salivarius K12 to children with a history of recurrent oral streptococcal disease resulted in a considerable reduction of episodes of both streptococcal and viral infections and reduced the number of days under antibiotic and/or antipyretic therapy and days of absence from school or work."
The Journal Nutritional and Dietary Supplements report "The supplement provided thiamine, riboflavin, pyridoxine, vitamin D, soy isoflavones, rosemary extract, and krill oil and was taken each day for the 3 months of the trial. Statistically significant effect was reported by the 29 women who completed the study in relief of anxiety, bloating, mood swings, breast tenderness, skin outbreaks, food cravings, fatigue, forgetfulness, insomnia, and headache after 3 months of treatment compared with baseline. This pilot study indicates the formulation to be effective, and a larger placebo-controlled trial is now planned"
The Journal Evidence Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine report "The medicinal effects attributed to fungi, based mainly on uncharacterized substances or extracts, include antiviral, immunomodulatory, antitumor, antioxidant, radical scavenging, anti-inflammatory, antihyperlipidemic or antihypercholesterolemic, hepatoprotective, and antidiabetic effects."
The Journal Evidence Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine report "Most chronic low back pain is the result of degeneration of the lumbar intervertebral disc. Ligustrazine, an alkaloid from Chuanxiong, reportedly is able to relieve pain, suppress inflammation, and treat osteoarthritis and it has the protective effect on cartilage and chondrocytes. Therefore, we asked whether ligustrazine could reduce intervertebral disc degeneration......For the first time, ligustrazine was demonstrated to be effective in the lumbar intervertebral disc degeneration induced by prolonged upright posture. The findings in this study suggest that ligustrazine is a promising drug candidate for the therapy of IVD degeneration related diseases."
The Journal Evidence Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine report "Kangqianling decoction (KQL), the modified formulation of a classical Chinese prescription named Taohongsiwu decoction, was clinically employed to treat renal fibrosis in chronic renal failure.....The results indicate that KQL is able to protect renal function via ameliorating experimental rat renal failure as found in these renal functional parameters."
The Journal Complementary and Alternative Medicine report
"Chronic renal failure (CRF) is a serious disease related to increasing incidence and prevalence as well as decline in quality of life. Bu-Shen-Huo-Xue formula (BSHX), one of traditional herbal formulations, has been clinically employed to treat CRF for decades,....The present study provides the evidence that BSHX can suppress gene expression associated with macrophage infiltration and renal fibrosis. BSHX is useful for slowing down CRF progression.
The Journal Evidence Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine report "In conclusion, the healing activity of Aged Garlic Extract (AGE) at high dose (200 mg/kg) may be resulted from its ability to scavenge ROS produced by indomethacin administration that initiate lipid peroxidation. The mechanism of gastroprotective effects of the AGE on gastric damage induced by indomethacin may be related to its anti-inflammatory actions and its antioxidant properties, which reduce MDA levels and MPO activity and increase tGSH, SOD, and CAT activities. Therefore, our study suggest that AGE was safe and could be a promising new drug for the prevention of NSAIDs-induced gastric damage."
The Journal Molecular Pharmaceutics report "Compared to currently approved drugs prescribed for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease, THC is a considerably superior inhibitor of Aβ aggregation, and this study provides a previously unrecognized molecular mechanism through which cannabinoid molecules may directly impact the progression of this debilitating disease."
PLOS ONE report "Patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) face increased risk of stroke......Conclusion Patients with TBI receiving acupuncture treatment show decreased risk of stroke compared with those without acupuncture treatment."
The Journal Alternative and Complementary Medicine report "In participants with long short sleep latency (SL), sedative music improved the quality of sleep by prolonging the duration of deep sleep. This effect provides an alternative and noninvasive way to improve sleep in selected persons experiencing sleep problems.
Breast cancer screening is once again in the news, this time a very informative article from The Alliance of Natural Health "Are regular mammograms doing more harm than good? Let’s take a look at the science. For the past two decades, controversy has swirled around the question of the benefits of mammography. Unfortunately, breast cancer is a huge and thriving industry, and its powerhouses have lined up squarely in support of mammography.
But what does the science say? This past February, a twenty-five-year-long Canadian trial found no difference in death rates from breast cancer among women who had regular mammograms and those who did not."
The Journal Complementary and Alternative Medicine report "By improving postoperative bladder function, early intervention of acupuncture may provide a valuable alternative method to prevent bladder dysfunctional disorders and urinary tract infection after radical hysterectomy."
The Journal Complementary and Alternative Medicine report "The current results demonstrate that Tong xinluo (TXL) successfully ameliorates renal structure and function, and its novel therapeutic potential in diabetic nephropathy is highly attractive."
American Botanical Council report "In summary, 1000 mg/day of standardized ashwagandha extract improved cognitive and psychomotor performance in healthy young adult males when taken for 14 days"
BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine report "In conclusion, HESA-A is significantly effective against influenza replication in prophylaxis application affecting the virus penetration/adsorption to the cell without any toxic effect on the cell viability."
HESA-A drug is a natural product without or very low side effect and is anticancer with apoptosis, anti inflammatory, immune modulator, anti oxidant and hepato protective, can use in adjuvant therapy.
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