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Siam Natural's Holistic Apothecary contains organic whole food supplements, herbs & teas direct from Mother Nature for traditional health benefits & disease prevention

We are organic growers of Thai holistic traditional herbal botanicals known to improve the health & wellbeing of people for thousands of years. We believe in natural & complementary approaches to men and womens unique health and wellness issues including stress reduction, menopause, pregnency, arthritis, osteoporosis, weight-loss & libido, ED stamina, and body building for men.
Diet has a direct relationship to prevention & treatment of adverse health conditions.

Our organic herbal blends of fresh natural plant food supplement treatments offer numerous synergestic benefits direct from within the natural foods that have been used for thousands of years by Thai, Chinese and Ayurveda traditional health practitioners. Our bodies are essentially regulated by our hormones. A simple blood test can indicate where you currently stand in terms of hormonal balance.

These levels are identified in LH, FSH, progesterone & estridiol. In women, the most common reasons for an FSH test include; assessing infertility problems, assessing irregular menstrual cycles, diagnosing female disorders of the pituitary gland, or diseases involving the ovaries.


In men, an FSH test may be done to evaluate a low sperm count, assess hypogonadism, or gonadal failure, and assess testicular dysfunction and testosterone levels.The principle regulator of LH and FSH secretion is the gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH, also known as LH-releasing hormone). GnRH is simply a ten amino acid peptide that is synthesized and secreted from the pituitary gland and binds to receptors on gonadotrophs. The hypothalamus sends signals to our pituitary gland to release or inhibit pituitary hormone production. It stores and releases into the bloodstream two hypothalamic hormones: Oxytocin and Antidiuretic hormone (ADH).

This is where you should start to determine your current balance of male and female hormones and proceed to keep your Qi in balance. We emphacize this because many common female & male health concerns are related to hormones and bodily function. Preventative care through proper diet is key to a balanced hormonal system. We can recommend an individual holistic herbal treatment selection based on your prescribed condition & blood tests to evaluate ovarian reserve, estradiol, FSH levels, blood progesterone levels and thyroid functioning for ladies, and to evaluate a low sperm count, assess hypogonadism, or gonadal failure, and assess testicular dysfunction and testosterone levels for men. The formulas below are the basics to keep your body tuned up for optimal performance! It is a fact that many adverse health conditions that westerners experience are caused by diet - epsecially processed foods, stress and lack of essential nutrition.


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Ladies Holistic Essentials Ladies Holistic Essentials Healing Organic Herbal Food Supplements

The Siam Natural Organics Ladies Holistic Essentials food supplements blend contain five whole food organic supplements intended to prevent potential adverse health conditions western ladies commonly experience such as female health reproduction issues, hormone balancing, uterine & breast cancers, pcos, cysts prevention & treatments. Holistic is all about prevention vs. after the fact disease treatments.

hormone balancing anti-aging • menopause anxiety depression fatigue fertility  weight-loss  osteoporosis  endometriosis adenomyosis breast ovarian cancers pcos

Pueraria mirifica - Rag Samsib - Phrom seng - Macuna pruriens - Dong Quai

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Pueraria mirifica Pueraria mirifica tuber Dried and powdered hybrid medicinal grade tuberous roots of PM contain at least 17 chemical compounds with estrogenic biological activities

Flavonoids such as genistin, genistein, daidzein, daidzin, kwakhurin, kwakhurin hydrate, tuberosin, puerarin, mirificin, and puemiricarpene; Coumestans comprises coumestrol, mirificoumestan, mirificoumestan glycol, and mirificoumestan hydrate; and Chromenes, such as miroestrol, deoxymiroestrol, and isomiroestrol.

All these substances are phytoestrogens with structures similar to that of 17 ß-estradiol. Miroestrol, the phytoestrogen with the highest estrogenic activity among all those isolated from PM, is considered similar to estriol, which is considered the safest estrogen for humans. Furthermore, PM has been reported to contain phytoestrogens like ß-sitosterol, stigmasterol, campesterol, as well as the cytotoxic non-phytoestrogen spinasterol. Puerarin might account for about half of the total isoflavone content of PM with lower amounts of genistin and daidzin present, all these being glycoside forms which can be partially hydrolyzed in the intestine by C-glycosyl bond cleavage to give the respective aglycoside forms: genistein, daidzein, and daidzein.

Pueraria mirifica safely treats; Menopausal symptoms, low libido, osteoporosis, anti-aging, breast firming/enhancement, skin texture improvement, weight loss & hair loss. As pueraria contains phytoestrogens, it may affect menstrual periods such as delaying or making the menstrual cycle heavier or longer. This is thought to be beneficial in reducing the overall risk of hormone related cancers.

Rag Samsib Asparagus racemosus root  promotes fertility with a range of health benefits for the female reproductive system

Energy 20 kca;

carbohydrates 3.38gm
protein 2.20 gm
total fat 0.12gm
dietary fibre 2.1gm
vitamin E 1.13mg
vitamin C 5.6mg
niacin 0.97mg
sodium 2mg
potassium 202 mg
calcium 24 mg
magnesium 14 mg
phosphorus 52mg zinc 0.54mg
* race amounts of alpha-carotene and beta-carotene (per 100 gm)

Macuna pruriens seed powder Mah Mui HGH- L-Dopa builder

Mucuna pruriens enhances fertility by producing a dose dependent increase in follicle stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone which in turn increased the number of eggs released at ovulation possibly through its rich source of L-Dopa and its metabolite, dopamine.Luteinizing hormone is critical to ovulation because it is responsible for all the processes and events that accompany ovulation. The rapid surge of luteinizing hormone that occurs between 5 to 7 p.m. in the evening of proestrus induces follicular rupture and ovulation in rats. The present study showed a dose dependent increase in luteinizing hormone levels and a slight increase in oocyte number at 50 and 100 mg/kg body weights. However, at the highest dosage of 200 mg/kg we recorded a significant increase in the levels of circulating luteinizing hormone and also a concomitant increase in the number of oocytes released at ovulation compared to the control

* www.sctpn.net/1viralvoice/blog/blog/2014/08/28/velvet-bean-boosts-blood-levels-fertility-in-women

Phrom sengCinnamon cassia extractCinnamomum cassia supplementation improves menstrual cyclicity and may be an effective treatment option for some women with PCOS.

Abstract OBJECTIVE: To determine the effect of cinnamom on menstrual cyclicity and metabolic dysfunction in women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

STUDY DESIGN:In a prospective, placebo controlled, double-blinded randomized trial, 45 women with PCOS were randomized (1:1) to receive cinnamon supplements (1.5 g/d) or placebo for 6 months. Menstrual cyclicity (average cycles/month) during the 6 months study period was compared between the 2 groups using the Mann-Whitney U test. Changes in menstrual cyclicity and insulin resistance between baseline and the 6 month study period were compared between the 2 groups using Wilcoxon signed rank tests.

RESULTS:The 45 women were randomized, 26 women completed 3 months of the study, and 17 women completed the entire 6 months of the study. During the 6 month intervention, menstrual cycles were more frequent in patients taking cinnamom compared with patients taking placebo (median, 0.75; interquartile range, 0.5-0.83 vs median, 0.25; interquartile range, 0-0.54; P = .0085; Mann Whitney U).
In patients taking cinnamon, menstrual cyclicity improved from baseline (+ 0.23 cycles/month 95% confidence interval, 0.099-0.36), yet did not improve for women taking placebo. (P = .0076, Wilcoxon signed rank). Samples (n = 5) of serum from the luteal phase in different patients within the cinnamon group were thawed and ovulatory progesterone levels (>3 ng/mL) confirmed. Luteal phase progesterone levels (>3 ng/mL, n = 5) confirmed ovulatory menses. Measures of insulin resistance or serum androgen levels did not change for either group.

CONCLUSION:These preliminary data suggest that cinnamom supplementation improves menstrual cyclicity and may be an effective treatment option for some women with PCOS.

Dong Quai Angelica sinensis (Oliv.) DONG QUAI Angelica sinensis Dong Quai is one of the most important Chinese herbs for ladies that has been used in traditional medicine.

Dong Quai is used to treat menstrual problems, pain and scanty menstruation. Pharmacological effects include;

anti-oxidant anti-inflammatory anti-cancer immune system improvement. The active components of Dong Quai include;

Ferulic acid Polysaccharides
Phenolic compounds
Immunostimulants
activates white blood cell activity
Relieves menstrual pain and scanty menstruation.

Anti-inflammatory
Anti-oxidative activity

Dong quai is one of the best blood building herbs in Chinese medicine. In TCM, blood is thought of as a condensed, more physical form, of Qi. It is responsible for delivering oxygen and nutrition all throughout the body. and that is why the benefits of Dong Quai can be perfect for athletes and anyone that does workouts. One of the compounds that dong quai is rich in is ferulic acid. While this phytonutrient is found in many foods, it is not bioavailable most of the time. Besides being a strong antioxidant, it’s been studied for its use in sperm quality. Specifically, in sperm samples from both infertile and fertile men, ferulic acid was shown to increase sperm viability and motility. Thus, the fertility assisting benefits of dong quai are not just for women, but for men too. Of course, ferulic acid is probably just one of the components that are contributing to this.

New Mens SuperPaqMens Holistic Essentials ED, vitality, libido, muscle firming, body building rejuvenating herbal food supplements

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Mah Mui - Tribulus terrestris - Eurycoma longifolia Jack - Butea superba - Black Galangal Kaempferia Parviflora

Mah Mui seed powder Mah Mui HGH- L-Dopa builderc. borivilianum

Traditionally, Dolichos pruriens finds use in number of diseases and is commonly used as carminative, hypotensive & hypoglycemic agent. From phytochemistry point of view, the powder contains L-dopa, tryptamine alkaloids, lecithin and tannins.Traditionally it's been used to increase libido, sexual desire, & physical ability. The seeds produce phyto-chemicals that support healthy levels of testosterone in both men and women. It also aids in the production of a hormone commonly associated with the “pleasure system” (L-Dopa) of the brain, providing feelings of enjoyment and motivation.
L-Dopa is an amino acid that converts into dopamine. Dopamine is an essential component of our body and it’s required for proper functioning of the brain. Research discovered the body converts the amino acid tyrosine into L-dopa; L-dopa is then converted into dopamine. Without the neurotransmitter dopamine to serve a damping effect on neural transmissions, muscles become tense and tremble.

L- Dopa also contains natural secretagogues which may support the body’s ability to stimulate the natural release of HGH human growth hormone. The blood carries the dopamine into the brain, where it naturally increases HGH production from the pituitary gland. The increased dopamine levels also optimize the production of other hormones, including testosterone, leading to increased sex drive and improved sexual performance for both men and women, beneficial in stimulating muscle growth, as well as burning fat from fat cells.

Action

L-dopa:
 •  Acts as precursor of the neural transmitter dopamine.

 • It causes significant effect on glucose metabolism and arterial blood pressure.

 • Stimulates the natural release of HGH growth hormone.

 • Functions to activate depressor neurons in the nucleus tractus solitarii (NTS) and caudal ventrolateral medulla (CVLM).

 •  Plays major roles as a neurotransmitter for baroreceptor reflex and blood pressure regulation.

 •  Reduces body fat and decreases cellulite.

Other benefits

 • Reduces blood sugar levels

 • Increases testosterone

 • Increases libido

 • Reduces spasms

 • Lowers blood pressure

 • Lowers cholesterol

 • Reduces inflammation

 • Relieves pain

 • Calms nerves

Tribulus terrestris Tribulus terrestris  
Lowers prolactin & LH and raises FSH for ladies, addresses men with low sperm count, defective sperm movement, improves ejaculate volume, sperm concentration

Treats sexual problems that prevent satisfaction during sexual activity
Research shows that taking tribulus can improve the sexual experience in men & women who have sexual dysfunction or low sexual desire. Taking tribulus seems to improve sexual desire, arousal, sensation, ability to reach orgasm, lubrication, and sexual comfort.

Treats premature ejaculation in men.
Tribulus terrestris is a herb from Ayurveda that is mostly recommended for male health including virility and vitality, and specifically more catered towards cardiovascular and urogenital health.
It is a common supplement for its libido enhancing properties but does not necessarily raise testosterone levels.
The plant Tribulus terrestris Linn. (Zygophyllaceae) popularly known as puncture vine is a perennial creeping herb with a worldwide distribution.
Since ancient times it is regarded as an aphrodisiac in addition to its beneficial claims on various ailments such as urinary infections, inflammations, leucorrhoea, oedema, and ascites.
Tribulus terrestris has long been used in the traditional Chinese and Indian systems of medicine for the treatment of various ailments and is popularly claimed to improve sexual functions.

Administration of Tribulus terrestris to male lambs and rams improves plasma testosterone and spermatogenesis. It also found to increase the levels of testosterone, luteinizing hormone, dehydroepiandrosterone, dihydrotestosterone, and dehydroepiandrosterone sulphate. The corpus cavernosal tissues obtained from New Zealand white rabbits following treatment with Tribulus terrestris were tested in vitro with various pharmacological agents and electrical field stimulation and was found to have a proerectile effect.

Tribulus terrestris has been found to increase sexual behaviour in rats. Treatment of castrated rats with Tribulus terrestris extract showed increase in prostate weight and intracavernosal pressure. There was an improvement of the sexual behaviour parameters as evidenced by increase in mount frequency and intromission frequency; decrease in mount latency, intromission latency, and penile erection index.

Tribulus terrestris administration in rats increased the NADPH-d positive neurons and androgen receptor immunoreactivity in the PVN region. Androgens are known to increase both androgen receptor and NADPH-d positive neurons either directly or by its conversion to oestrogen. The mechanism for the observed increase in AR and NADPH-d positive neurons in the present study is probably due to the androgen increasing property of Tribulus terrestris.

Tribulus terrestris also increased the synthesis of cyclic nucleotides in CCSM cells. Tribulus terrestris extract increased the levels of T, DHT, and DHEAS and that the effect was more pronounced in hypogonadal state.

Such increase in androgen levels could be the responsible factor for the age-old claims of PTN as an aphrodisiac and therefore Tribulus terrestris may be useful as an adjunct in mild to moderate cases of ED.

The ability of tribulus to increase the release of nitric oxide may account for its claims as an aphrodisiac.

https://www.hindawi.com/journals/bmri/2014/868062/

FSH Test for Men In men, an FSH test may be done to: evaluate a low sperm count, assess hypogonadism or gonadal failure, assess testicular dysfunction.
Diminished secretion of LH or FSH can result in failure of gonadal function (hypogonadism). This condition is typically manifest in males as failure in production of normal numbers of sperm

Plaplai Phueak Eurycoma longifolia jack aka: Tongkat ali e. longifolia jack extract

Traditional uses Eurycoma longifolia Jack commonly has been successfully used in southeast Asia for generations to increase male virility and sexual prowess.

Constituents:
Agylcon (the nonsugar component of a glycoside molecule that results from hydrolysis of the molecule)
Flavonols: Quercetin, Myricetin and Kaempferol were confirmed by direct comparison with the standard chemicals.

Five flavonol derivatives were identified from Eurycoma longifolia Composition and chemical analysis
Some of the substances in the bark include quassinoids, squalene derivatives, biphenylneolignans, tirucallane-type triterpenes, canthine-6-1, and beta-carboline alkaloids.

Additional substances include eurycomanone, longilactone, beta-dihydroxyklaineanone, beta-acetyl-14-hydroxyklaineanone, 6alpha-hydroxyeurycomalactone, eurycomaoside, and eurycomalactone. Eurycomanone is a bioactive quassinoid. Beta-carboline alkaloids are also present in the root.

e. longifolia: review on ethnobotany & pharmacological importance
(Fitoterapia. 2010. Bhat R, Karim AA. Food Technology Division, School of Industrial Technology, Universiti Sains Malaysia,, Penang, Malaysia)

The plant parts have been traditionally used for its antimalarial, aphrodisiac, anti-diabetic, and antimicrobial activities, which have also been proved scientifically. The plant parts are rich in various bioactive compounds such as eurycomaoside, eurycolactone, eurycomalactone, eurycomanone, and pasakbumin-B among which the alkaloids and quassinoids form a major portion.

benefits

Eurycoma herb has been used in Thailand, Malaysia, and other southeastern Asian countries as a sexual stimulant, energy booster, and to fight malaria.

Extracts of the plant have been shown to possess cytotoxic, antimalarial, anti-ulcer, antipyretic and plant growth inhibition activities.

It normally takes one to four days for this herb to enhance sexuality. The quickness of the sexual benefits depends on dosage, and higher amounts will provide sexual enhancement the first day. However, adverse effects are much more likely on these higher dosages.

If you have any medical problems, taking medications, or are over the age of 50, discuss with your doctor before using Tongkat Ali supplements.

blood pressure medications

If you have moderate to severe hypertension, we suggest not using Eurycoma products unless the dosages are low. i.e 1 gram per day

side effects, risks, safety, danger, cautions

The Tongkat ali Eurycoma longifolia jack herb is potent and side effects can occur easily. These include excess energy, restlessness, aggressiveness, increased body temperature, sweating, rapid heart rate, and insomnia. These adverse effects can easily be reduced by taking smaller dosages. Our 5 blend men's libido supplement contains 1,200 mg of each of the five herbs per sachet - a safe amount for the average size man for daily consumption.

animal evaluations

Sexual enhancement, libido, erectile function, impotence Influence of Eurycoma longifolia on the copulatory activity of sexually sluggish and impotent male rats. (J Ethnopharmacol. 2009. Department of Biomedical Sciences, Section of Pharmacology, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Modena, Italy).

In the study we evaluated the influence of Eurycoma longifolia Jack on sexual behavior (including both motivation and copulatory performance) of sexually sluggish and impotent male rats. The root powder of the plant was orally administered to adult Sprague-Dawley male rats, classified as sexually sluggish or impotent taking in account their behavior in pre-experimental tests. Groups of 8 animals each were submitted to three different types of treatment: (1) acute at 3 dose levels (250, 500 and 1000 mg/kg); (2) subacute (daily for 6 days) at the dose of 500 mg/kg and (3) subchronic (daily for 12 days) at the same dose (500 mg/kg).

Mount, intromission and ejaculation latencies and post-ejaculatory interval were recorded during the mating test in order to evaluate sexual performance. In addition the partner preference test was used to assess sexual motivation.

Testosterone serum levels were measured in subacutely treated rats and compared with the values of controls receiving vehicle. Eurycoma longifolia root improved sexual performance but not motivation in sluggish rats after acute or subacute administration.

The effect could be mainly ascribed to increased testosterone levels. Sexual arousal in sexually sluggish old male rats after oral administration of Eurycoma longifolia Jack. ( J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol. 2004; Ang HH, Lee KL, Kiyoshi M. School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University Science Malaysia, Minden, Penang, Malaysia).

The objective of this study is to evaluate sexual arousal in sexually sluggish old male rats, 24 months old and retired breeders, receiving 200, 400, or 800 mg/kg of various fractions of Eurycoma longifolia Jack, twice daily, for 10 days. The aphrodisiac effect was monitored by the act of yawning and stretching because yawning, either alone or associated with stretching, is considered an ancestral vestige surviving throughout evolution that promotes sexual arousal. The results showed that 800 mg/kg of Eurycoma longifolia Jack increased yawning by 50% and stretching by 16% in sexually sluggish old male rats, by 700% and 150%, respectively, in sexually active male rats, and by 30% and 100%, respectively, in middle aged, 9 months old and retired breeders.

We conclude that the results of this study support the folk use of this plant as an aphrodisiac.

Eurycoma longifolia Jack enhances sexual motivation in middle-aged male mice. ( J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol. 2003; Ang HH, Lee KL, Kiyoshi M. School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University Science Malaysia, Minden, Penang, Malaysia)

Eurycoma longifolia Jack was investigated for sexual motivation activity in adult, middle-aged male mice and in retired breeders. Each mouse received 500 mg/kg of one of 4 fractions of E. longifolia, viz. chloroform, methanol, butanol, and water, whereas the mice in the control and yohimbine groups received 3 ml/kg of normal saline and 30 mg/kg of yohimbine daily respectively for 10 d. The results show a transient increase in the percentage of male mice responding to the right choice after chronic consumption of the fractions with 50 percent of the adult middle-aged male mice treated with E. longifolia Jack and yohimbine scoring the right choice after 8 and 5 days post-treatment respectively. In conclusion, this study has shown that Eurycoma longifolia Jack continues to enhance sexual motivation in adult, middle-aged male mice and in retired breeders.

Kwao Krua dang Kwao Krua dang Kwao Krua Dang Butea superba extract

In general, androgen plays an important role in the sexual drive of males. Decreased androgen level is strongly related to reduced sexual activity and decreased sexual drive. This is a common problem in old males and in cases with erectile dysfunction. In males with the problem of sexual desire, androgen investigation is a useful test. In this case report, the patient also complained of increased sexual desire, which hmight have been due to exogenous hyperandrogenemeia. Similar to hyperestrogenemia caused due to phytoestrogens, some herbal regimens might contain phytoandrogens that can lead to hyperandrogenemia. In this case, Butea superba is the problematic external source of excessive androgen.
This plant is considered to be a male potency herb. In animal models receiving this herb, stimulation of sexual organ has been reported. In case of human beings, there is only one previous trial using this herb for treating erectile dysfunction.

The effect of this herb is comparable to that of sildenafil.However, there has never been any report on this herb in healthy males. This is the first case report on hyperandrogenemia due to ingestion of Butea superba. With the widespread usage of local herbs presently, the effects of herbs need to be considered. Indeed, a previous report also mentioned genotoxicity due to large dosage ingestion of Butea superba.

Butea superba Roxb. is a plant in the Family Leguminosae with the common name of “red Kwao Krua” in Thailand. The plant is abundantly distributed in the Thai deciduous forests in many parts of the country. This indigenous herb has been traditionally consumed among Thai males for the purposes of rejuvenate as well as maintain sexual performance or prevent erectile dysfunction (Suntara, 1931).

The Thai Butea superba Roxb.was found to contain flavonoid and flavonoid glycosides with potent cAMP phosphodiesterase inhibitory activity (Roengsumran et al., 2000).
The plant crude extract exhibited significant inhibitory activity on acetylcholinesterase (Ingkaninan et al., 2003).

The clinical trial of the plant powder as crude drug showed effective treatment of erectile dysfunction with a comparable method with sildenafil treatment (Cherdshewasart and Nimsakul, 2003; Cappelleri and Rosen, 2005).

Besides, Butea superba Roxb. exhibited anti-proliferation effect on the growth of MCF-7 and Hela cells in relation with a possible anti-estrogen mechanism or a potent cytotoxic effect (Cherdshewasart et al., 2004a,b). The Indian Butea superba Roxb. stems contained flavone glycoside and flavonol glycoside (Yadava and Reddy,
With emphasis to the plants in the genus Butea, information of the isolated chemicals and/or bioactivities derived mostly from Butea frondosa Koen. ex Roxb. (synonym; Butea monosperma). The plant contained lectin in seeds and exhibited estrogenic and postcoital anti-conceptive activity in rats (Bhargava, 1986; Wongkham et al., 1994).
Glucosides were also found in the plant extract (Gupta et al., 1970). The plant leaves exhibited antiinflammatory effect (Mengi and Deshpande, 1999) and effect on stress, anxiety, and cognition in rats (Soman et al., 2004). The plant extract exhibited various bioactivities, including aphrodisiac activity in male rats (Ramachandran et al., 2004), protective role against thioacetamide-mediated hepatic alterations in Wistar rats (Sehrawat et al., 2006), in vivo anthelmintic activity against Trichostrongylid nematodes in sheep (Iqbal et al., 2006), anti-diabetic in rats (Somani et al., 2006), anti-diarrhoeal activity in experimental animals (Gunakkunru et al., 2005), dermal wound healing in rats (Sumitra et al., 2005), anti-convulsive activity in laboratory animals (Kasture et al., 2000; Veena et al., 2002), anthelmintic activity (Prashanth et al., 2001) and antifungal (Bandara et al., 1989).

Cytotoxic constituents from Butea superba Roxb.
A carpin (3-hydroxy-9-methoxypterocarpan) (Medicarpin) (1) and four isoflavones, 7-hydroxy-4-methoxy-isoflavone (Formononetin) (2); 7,4- dimethoxyisoflavone (3); 5,4-dihydroxy-7-methoxy-isoflavone (Prunetin) (4) and 7-hydroxy-6,4-dimethoxyisoflavone (5) were isolated from the tuber roots of Butea superba Roxb. Compounds 2 and 4 showed moderate cytotoxic activity on KB cell lines with IC50 (M) values of 37.3±2.5 and 71.1±0.8 and on BC cell lines with IC50 (M) values of 32.7±1.5 and 47.3±0.3, respectively. Nattaya Ngamrojanavanich a,, Aimon Loontaisong b, Somchai Pengpreecha a, Wichai Cherdshewasart c, Surachai Pornpakakul a, Khanitha Pudhoma, Sophon Roengsumran a, Amorn Petsom a a. Research Centre for Bioorganic Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University, Pyathai Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand, b. Program of Biotechnology, Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University, Pyathai Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand c Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University, Pyathai Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
. © 2006 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.
Indian J Endocrinol Metab v.16(3); May-Jun 2012 PMC3354878

Krachai dam Krachai Dam - Black Ginger Thai Ginseng aka: black galangal Kaempferia Parviflora

Black galangal belongs to the family Zingiberaceae is native to North and Northeast of Thailand. The rhizomes also known as black ginger are popular as health-promoting herbs and traditionally used as a folk medicine for managing a variety of diseases, including inflammation, ulcers, gout, colic disorder, abscesses, allergy, and osteoarthritis.

A number of pharmacological researches have claimed the valuable benefits for a variety of diseases. This review discusses the activities of methoxyflavones, including;
cellular metabolism-regulating activity,
anticancer activity
vascular relaxation
cardioprotective activity
sexual enhancing activity,
neuroprotective activity,
antiallergic,
anti-inflammatory,
antioxidative activity,
antiosteoarthritis activity,
antimicroorganism activity,
transdermal permeable activity.

Treats BHP (Benign prostate hyperplasia)

Thai TTM institute suggests daily dose of 1.2g www.hindawi.com/journals/ecam/2018/4057456/

Holistic Nutrition Formulas

Holistic Disease Prevention Nutrition M/F Blend #1
Reduces risk of cancer and tumor formation in traditional Thai & Chinese medicine

disease preventative holistic rejuvenating nutritional blend

Increases immune system, regulates blood pressure, promotes cardiovascular health, weight-loss, blood, liver, kidney cleanse, treats depression, anxiety,

A properly balanced immune system protects you against cancers, viruses, bacteria, fungi, yeast, mold, parasites, toxins & the effects of pollution

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Cha Phlu piperaceae  Thai Phlu aka: Piper Betel leaf powder: A reservoir of potential xenohormetic nutraceuticals with m/f cancer-fighting properties.

The leaves are full of vitamins like vitamin C, thiamine, niacin, riboflavin and carotene and are a great source of calcium. Piperaceae is a treasure of natural bioactive phenolics that possess great potential to fight against cancers of oral, mammary, prostate, skin, and gastric origin with its antiproliferative, antimutagenic, antibacterial and antioxidant properties. Piper betal contains unique enriched cancer-fighting phytochemicals with therapeutic activities which include cancer preventive, chemopreventive and chemotherapeutic roles.

Many of the health benefits bonded with Piper betel belongs to the Piperaceae or pepper family. It has been an important herb distributed throughout of world. Betel leaves are the most valued part of the plant, in the past were routinely used as a chewing agent to restrict offensive breath and they contain tannins, chavicol, phenyl, propane, sesquiterpene, cyneole, alkaloid, sugar and some essential oil and found various medicinal value, digestive, appetizer, aromatic, expectorant, stimulant, antibacterial, euphoria-inducing, antiprotozoan, carminative, anti-fungal and aphrodisiac etc. The leaves are also supposed to harden the gum, conserve the teeth and to prevent indigestion, bronchitis, constipation, congestion.

This review for the first time provides information on therapeutically effects and also addresses the various mechanisms which might be involved. Keywords: Piper betel-leaf, Nutrients, Phytochemical, Pharmacological. Sunil Kumar Shah*, Gopal Garg, Deenanath Jhade, Narendra Patel College of Pharmacy, Sri Satya Sai University of Technology and Medical Sciences, Sehore (M.P.), India.

medicinal properties include;
antifungal
antimicrobial
wound healing
antioxidant
antimutagenic
chemopreventive
Piper betal unique phyto-chemical array includes; allylpyrocatechol (APC; 2-hydroxychavicol)
4-hydroxycatechol
b-caryophyllene
methyl eugenol
carotenes
starch
diastases
hydroxychavicol [antimutagenic agent]
cyclooxygenase (COX), platelet calcium signaling
thromboxane B2 production

other phytochemicals include;
calcium
vitamin C
niacin
thiamine
carotene
riboflavin

Bei Chai Hu, B. Longifolium (chinense) vertigo/equilibrium, anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor, antimicrobial, antifungal, hepatoprotection, immunoregulation, antiviral, helps treat depression & anxiety. Asian women use for premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and painful periods (dysmenorrhea)

used for;
anxiety
fatigue

headache
depression
tinnitus
insomnia
liver disorders
loss of appetite (anorexia)
muscle cramps
joint pain (rheumatism)
chest pain (angina)
ulcers
hemorrhoids
high cholesterol
ovarian HO-8910 cancer cells

Kumphoi Cathamus tinctorius Thai Kumphoi aka: Safflower treats cancers, chronic bronchitis, rheumatism, psoriasis, and sciatica. Dried Kumphoi (Safflower) are considered as a warm Chinese herbal remedy related to the heart and liver meridians; the major characteristic of Cathamus tictorius is to improve blood circulation. Excellent for cardiovascular, cerebrovascular, and gynecological complications. Kumphoi treats dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, postpartum abdominal pain, trauma and joint pain, rheumatism, paralysis, vitiligo, black spots, psoriasis, mouth ulcers, phlegm, and offers promising opportunities for the amelioration of myocardial ischemia, coagulation, thrombosis, inflammation & toxicity.

Calories 147 Kcal. Calories from Fat 98.1 Kcal.

Proximity  Amount  % DV

Energy  147 Kcal  N/D
Energy 613 kJ  N/D
Protein  4.59 g  9.18%
Total Fat (lipid)  10.9 g  31.14%
Ash 1.55 g  N/D
Carbohydrate  9.72 g 7.48%

Minerals  Amount  % DV
Calcium, Ca 22 mg  2.20%
Iron, Fe 1.39 mg  17.38%
Magnesium, Mg  100 mg 23.81%
Phosphorus, P 183 mg  26.14%
Potassium, K  195 mg  4.15%
Sodium, Na  1 mg  0.07%
Zinc, Zn  1.43 mg  13.00%
Copper, Cu  0.495 mg  55.00%
Manganese, Mn  0.571 mg  24.83%

Vitamins Amount  % DV

Water soluble Vitamins
Vitamin B1 (Thiamin)  0.33 mg  27.50%
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)  0.118 mg  9.08%
Vitamin B3 (Niacin)  0.648 mg  4.05%
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid)  1.143 mg  22.86%
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)  0.332 mg  25.54%
Vitamin B9 (Folate)  45 µg  11.25%
Folic Acid  0 µg  N/D
Folate, food  45 µg  N/D
Folate, DEF 45 µg  N/D

Fat soluble Vitamins
Vitamin A, RAE  1 µg  0.14%
Vitamin A, IU  14 IU  N/D

Lipids Amount  % DV

Fatty acids, total saturated  1.044 g  N/D
Myristic acid 14:00 (Tetradecanoic acid)  0.01 g  N/D
Palmitic acid 16:00 (Hexadecanoic acid)  0.73 g  N/D
Stearic acid 18:00 (Octadecanoic acid)  0.261 g  N/D
Fatty acids, total monounsaturated  1.374 g N/D
Palmitoleic acid 16:1 (hexadecenoic acid)  0.01 g  N/D
Oleic acid 18:1 (octadecenoic acid)  1.363 g  N/D
Fatty acids, total polyunsaturated  8.001 g  N/D
Linoleic acid 18:2 (octadecadienoic acid)  7.962 g  N/D
Linolenic acid 18:3 (Octadecatrienoic acid)  0.031 g  N/D

Amino acids  Amount  % DV

Tryptophan  0.052 g  37.73%
Threonine  0.166 g  11.53%
Isoleucine  0.203 g  19.56%
Leucine  0.327 g  4.09%
Lysine  0.151 g  2.42%
Methionine  0. 081 g  N/D
Cystine  0.088 g  N/D
Phenylalanine  0.229 g  N/D
Tyrosine  0.151 g  N/D
Valine  0.291 g  23.48%
Arginine  0.496 g  N/D
Histidine  0.128 g  17.78%
Alanine  0.219 g  N/D
Aspartic acid  0.512 g  N/D
Glutamic acid  1.049 g  N/D
Glycine  0.286 g  N/D
Proline  0.206 g  N/D

*Above mentioned Percent Daily Values (%DVs) are based on 2,000 calorie diet intake. Daily values (DVs) may be different depending upon your daily calorie needs.
Mentioned values are recommended by a U.S. Department of Agriculture. Calculations are based on average age of 19 to 50 years and weighs 194 lbs. https://ndb.nal.usda.gov/

Ma-Kham-Waan t. indica   Polyphenols have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory properties, lowers blood cholesterol, stimulates follicle cell development & reduces harmful LDL cholesterol.

The pulp extract may help you lose body weight and reverse fatty liver disease.

Nutritional Info
• Carbs 33 g
• Dietary Fiber 2 g

• Sugar 15 g

• Calcium 2 %

• Protein 1 g

• Sodium 12 mg

• Iron 8 %

The pituitary gland secretes FSH and LH hormones (Kumar et al., 1997). The main function of FSH is to stimulate the ovarian growth and follicle cell maturation. LH promotes the ovarian regulation, plays a role in follicular cell maturation, ovulation, and corpus lutetium development.

Tamarindus indica seed coat helps eliminate fluoride in the serum to increase the hormone level LH and FSH, it stimulates follicle cell development going to be a normal ovulation at the end of the treatment.
Surface epithelial cells are covered by an ovary, which act as a transporter of material from the peritoneal cavity. It is a transporter. Surface ovarian epithelial cells are easily affected by toxicants & 90% of epithelial ovarian cancer arises from this type of cell. Surface epithelial cells participate in follicle maturation and ovulation. At the time of ovulation surface epithelial cell layer cleaved and expel the oocyte after that regenerate cell and wound repair the layer. Which is affected by toxicants, it will not regulate the ovulation and follicle cell development.

Krathiam a. sativum powder Dried Krathiam aka: Thai organic garlic powder is reported to be a wonderful medicinal plant owing to its preventive characteristics in cardiovascular diseases, regulating blood pressure, lowering blood sugar and cholesterol levels, effective against bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitic infections, enhancing the immune system and having antitumoral and antioxidant features.

Krathiam powder contains sulfur compounds (allicin, alliin and agoene), volatile oils, enzymes (allinase, peroxidase and miracynase), carbohydrates (sucrose and glucose), minerals (selenium), amino acids such as cysteine, glutamine, isoleucine and methionine which help to protect cells from the harms of free radicals, bioflavonoids such as quercetin and cyanidin, allistatin I and allistatin II, and vitamins C, E and A which help to protect us from oxidation agents and free radicals, and other vitamins such as niacin, B1 and B2 and beta-carotene.

Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)

Energy 623 kJ (149 kcal)
Carbohydrates 33.06 g
Sugars 1 g
Dietary fiber 2.1 g
Fat 0.5 g
Protein 6.36 g
Vitamins

Quantity% DV†
Thiamine (B1)  17% 0.2 mg
Riboflavin (B2)  9% 0.11 mg
Niacin (B3)  5% 0.7 mg
Pantothenic acid (B5)  12% 0.596 mg
Vitamin B6  95% 1.2350 mg
Folate (B9)  1%3 µg
Choline  5% 23.2 mg
Vitamin C  38% 31.2 mg

Minerals
Quantity % DV†
Calcium  18% 181 mg
Iron 13% 1.7 mg
Magnesium  7% 25 mg
Manganese 80% 1.672 mg
Phosphorus  22% 153 mg
Potassium  9% 401 mg
Sodium  1% 17 mg
Zinc  12% 1.16 mg

Other constituents
selenium  14.2 µg

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Krachai B. rotunda B. rotunda is anti-allergic, antibacterial, anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, and anti-ulcer activities and also shown wound healing.
Its common phytochemical components include alkaloids, essential oils, flavonoids, and phenolics.

B rotunda and Zingiber aromaticum to exhibit the highest inhibition towards MCF-7 breast cancer and human HT-29 colon cancer cell growth, with the IC50 values being 21.3+/-.3, 32.5 +/- 1.5 µg/mL and 20.2 +/- 1.8 µg/mL, and 11.8 +- 1.0 µg/mL , respectively.

This plant is rich in boesenbergin, krachaizin, panduratin, and pinostrobin,anti-cancer, rheumatism, muscle pain, febrifuge, gout, gastrointestinal disorders, flatulence, carminative, stomach ache, dyspepsia, and peptic ulcer

Breast and colon cancers are among the leading causes of cancer deaths worldwide. Despite the extensive ongoing research in finding an effective treatment regime or anticancer drug to fight these diseases, researchers are still far from uncovering a breakthrough, due in part to the lack of knowledge on the physiology of these cancers. Nevertheless, many current researches are still focused on natural plant herbs as potential targets in anticancer drug development, with B. rotunda being amongst them. [Kirana et al]

KAA Languas galangaThai KAA  Languas Galangal  aka: greater galangal

greater galangal is widely cultivated in Southeast Asian countries such as Thailand, Indonesia, and Philippines. The rhizomes of this plant are used in traditional medicine for several purposes such as stomachic carminative, anti-flatulent, antifungal, and anti-itching in Thailand.

In chemical studies of A. galangal, was reported to possess various biological activities, such as;

Antimicrobial Activity
Hepatotoxicity
Immunomodulator
Anti-Diabetic activity
Anti-Oxidant activity
Anticancer property
Antitumor
Anti-inflammatory
Pungency
Anti-fungal
Xanthine oxidase inhibitory activity

Greater galanga is an important medicinal plant in different traditional systems of medicine to treat several diseases, including microbial infections, inflammations, rheumatic pains, chest pain, and dyspepsia, fever, burning of the liver, kidney disease, tumors, diabetes and even HIV. The plant has an active role in the treatment of eczema, bronchitis, coryza, mobile, pityriasis versicolor, otitis internal, gastritis, ulcers, and cholera.From the various scientific research based on Alpinia galanga, the planthas a huge biological potential. Several chemicals present in the plant shows a wide pharmacological and medicinal properties.

https://www.phcogj.com/sites/default/files/PharmacognJ-10-09.pdf

Bai Nat Gobba Winitii Thai Bai Nat is a wild Thai ginger species and a source of novel metabolites with anti-cancer, antimicrobial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties.

Bai Nat provides a variety of vitamins and minerals:
79 calories (per 100 g)
17.86 g of carbohydrate

3.6 g of dietary fiber
3.57 g of protein
0 g of sugar
14 mg of sodium
1.15 g of iron
7.7 mg of vitamin C
33 mg of potassium
vitamin B6
magnesium
phosphorus
zinc
folate
riboflavin
niacin

Khamin CurcuminThai Khamin Curcumin curcumin

Laboratory studies on cancer cells have shown that curcumin has anti cancer effects. It seems to be able to kill cancer cells and prevent more from growing. It has the best effects on breast cancer, bowel cancer, stomach cancer and skin cancer cells.

It has been used in traditional medicine for improving circulation and digestion. Curcumin extracts are marketed as dietary supplements to improve memory, arthritis, and cancer prevention.

The active constituents are turmerone oil and water-soluble curcuminoids, among which curcumin has been the focus of research. In vitro studies suggest that curcumin acts as a weak phytoestrogen,
and exhibits neuroprotective, choleretic, anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory, anti-proliferative, and chemopreventive effects.
Curcumin, its analogs, and liposomal formulations have also produced chemosensitizing and radiosensitizing effects.

Curcumin and its active constituents have been investigated for their therapeutic activities in humans. A clinical trial suggests it may be effective against major depressive disorder.

Data from an epidemiological study suggest improved cognitive performance in elderly Asians who consume turmeric in the form of curry powder; however, there were no benefits from curcumin
supplementation in patients with Alzheimer’s disease.

Curcumin may help alleviate symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (16) or quiescent ulcerative colitis, but in a double-blind randomized trial of patients with familial adenomatous polyposis,
there was no reduction in lower intestinal tract adenomas with long-term use of curcumin versus placebo.

Curcumin extract was found to be safe and equally effective as a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug for the treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee. Whether curcumin supplementation increases cholesterol levels is unclear,
as study results are mixed.

In a study of postmenopausal women, consumption of curcumin along with aerobic exercise training were shown to improve vascular endothelial function. Findings of a systematic review suggest
that turmeric or curcumin supplementation may benefit patients with non alcoholic fatty liver disease by positively affecting serum concentrations of liver enzymes.
Turmeric has also been studied in cancer patients. Oral curcumin administered to colorectal cancer patients during the pre-surgery waiting period improved cachexia and the general health of patients.

In a phase II trial of oral curcumin in patients with advanced pancreatic cancer, no treatment-related toxic effects were observed, and clinically relevant biological activity was seen in two patients despite limited absorption.

Other preliminary results suggest turmeric during capecitabine treatment may reduce rates of hand-foot syndrome. In another study, supplementation with a blend of green tea, pomegranate, broccoli and curcumin resulted in a reduction in the rate of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) increase among men with prostate cancer following a PSA relapse post-radical treatment.

In early phase studies, a combination of curcumin and docetaxel was shown to be safe (23). Curcumin with gemcitabine was also found to be safe and feasible for further study, but a high dose of curcumin must be used to achieve systemic effect. A dose-finding trial of a curcumin extract to determine safety and efficacy for patients with metastatic disease undergoing standard FOLFOX chemotherapy is currently underway.

Preliminary data suggest effectiveness of a topical turmeric-based cream for reduction of radiotherapy-induced dermatitis in patients with head and neck cancer; and of topical application of turmeric or curcumin for controlling signs and symptoms of oral mucositis.

Curcumin is known to interfere with cytochrome P450 enzymes and may interact with chemotherapy drugs like cyclophosphamide and doxorubicin.

The hepatoprotective effects of curcumin, the most researched active constituent in turmeric, may occur via MMP-13 induction and TGF-alpha inhibition, as well as anti-apoptotic/anti-necrotic mechanisms.
However, it has also been shown to inhibit cell-cycle progression during normal liver regeneration.

A meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials revealed that curcumin is effective in decreasing the concentration of tumor necrosis factor-alpha, a key mediator in many inflammatory diseases.
In vitro and animal studies of lung models point to antiproliferative and modulatory mechanisms involving inhibition of the signal transducer and activator of transcription 3 Stat3 pathway, matrix metalloproteinase, and vascular endothelial growth factor; caspase- and mitochondria-dependent apoptosis; and cyclin-dependent kinase downregulation.

Curcumin also appears to have synergistic effects with isoflavones, suppressing the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) production in prostate cells through anti-androgen effects.

Studies done on breast cancer show that curcumin may inhibit chemotherapy-induced apoptosis via inhibition of the c-Jun NH2-terminal kinase (JNK) pathway and generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS).

Data also suggest that curcumin induces apoptosis in human colon cancer cells independent of p21 expression. Curcumin’s antitumor actions appear to be due to its interactions with arachidonate metabolism and its in vivo
antiangiogenic properties.

Another possible chemopreventive mechanism may be via binding and activating the vitamin D receptor (VDR), thereby protecting the small intestine and colon where VDRs are expressed and vitamin D is known to serve an anticancer function.

Curcumin also inhibited growth of uterine leiomyosarcoma cells by targeting the AKT-mTOR (RAC-alpha serine-threonine-protein kinase; mTOR (mammalian target of rapamycin) pathway.
Curcumin may inhibit bladder cancer progression by downregulating the expression of beta-catenin, high levels of which are associated with several cancers.

Another study found that CRM1, an important nuclear exportin, is a cellular target of curcumin; and that the inhibition of nuclear traffic by curcumin may be responsible for its many biological effect.

https://www.mskcc.org/cancer-care/integrative-medicine/herbs/turmeric

Curcumin has been shown to improve Alzheimer’s disease-like symptoms in mice. https://alzheimersnewstoday.com/curcumin-plant-extract-possible-alzheimers-treatment/

More than 5.5 million Americans, most of whom are over 65, are thought to have dementia caused by Alzheimer’s. The researchers also reported their hypothesis that this 'dry molecular zipper' is in the fibrils (manifesting as beta amyloid plaque) that form in Alzheimer’s disease, as well as in Parkinson’s disease and two dozen other degenerative diseases. Their hypothesis has been supported by recent studies at UCLA.http://newsroom.ucla.edu/releases/alzheimers-brains-beta-amyloids

The top ten countries who are most adversely affected by Alzheimer's include (in the correct order of highest rate): Finland, USA, Canada, Iceland, Sweden, Switzerland, Norway, Denmark, Netherlands, & Belgium. Those with the lowest rates include; India, Cambodia, Georgia Singapore.

Makhom pom Phyllanthus emblica aka: Amla, the phyto-rich Makhom pom pulp treats cancers, atherosclerosis, chronic bronchitis, rheumatism, sciatica & menstrual cramps.

Anticancer Properties of p. emblica include breast cancer prevention/therapy

Makhom pom contains natural antidiabetic, hypolipidemic, antibacterial, antioxidant, antiulcerogenic, hepatoprotective, gastroprotective, and chemopreventive properties and offers phenolic compounds, tannins, phyllembelic acid, phyllembelin, rutin, curcuminoids, and emblicol.

The nutritional values of Makhom pom extract per 100 g

Protein - 0.5 g
Energy - 58 Kcal

Vitamin A - 151 IU

Carotene - 9 mcg

Calcium - 50 mg

Iron - 1.2 mg

Phosphorus - 20 mg

Fiber - 3.4 g

Vitamin C - 600 mg

Endothelial dysfunction (ED) has been observed in individuals with metabolic syndrome (MetS) and contributes to the initiation and progression of atherosclerosis. The primary management of MetS involves lifestyle modifications and treatment of its individual components with drugs (all of which have side effects). Thus, it would be of advantageous if natural products would be used as adjuncts or substitutes for conventional drugs. Endothelial dysfunction can be caused by several conditions, including diabetes or metabolic syndrome, hypertension, smoking, and physical inactivity.

The aim of the present study was to evaluate the effect of standardized aqueous extract of fruits of Phyllanthus emblica (Makhom pom) 250 mg and 500 mg twice daily on ED, oxidative stress, systemic inflammation and lipid profile in subjects with MetS. Endothelial dysfunction (ED) is abnormal functioning of the endothelial cells, caused by a decrease in bioavailability of vasodilator substances, particularly nitric oxide (NO), and increase of vasoconstrictor substances.

Numerous metabolic abnormalities found in MetS result in endothelial cell dysfunction by affecting NO synthesis or degradation. The frequent metabolic abnormalities that may contribute to ED in patients with MetS are hyperinsulinemia, hyperglycaemia, increase in the levels of fatty acids, C- reactive protein, oxidative stress, triglycerides and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C), and a decrease in high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) [4].

Both obesity and MetS have been independently associated with increased oxidative and inflammatory stress [5].

Oxidative stress is due to the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS), increased lipid peroxidation and impairment of antioxidant enzymatic defences, such as superoxide dismutase (SOD) or glutathione peroxidase (GPx) or combination of these factors [6]. Lipid peroxidation leads to the formation of malondialdehyde (MDA), and increased levels of MDA are found in obesity and insulin resistance.

MDA can induce the increased expression of pro-inflammatory cytokines, resulting in systemic stress [7].

C-reactive protein (CRP) is a marker of systemic inflammation and a predictor of future atherosclerotic events [5].

Specifically, high sensitivity C - reactive protein (hsCRP) is an independent predictor of coronary heart disease [8].

In the present study, standardized aqueous extract of Phyllanthus emblica (Makhom pom) significantly improved endothelial function, as evidenced by a significant decrease in reflection index, accompanied by a significant increase in NO, GSH and a significant decrease in MDA in subjects with MetS. Hence, we suggest that Phyllanthus emblica be used as an adjunct to conventional treatment (lifestyle modification and pharmacological intervention) in the management of MetS.
Pingali Usharani, Padma Latha Merugu & Chandrasekhar Nutalapati BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine volume 19, Article number: 97 (2019)

 

P. emblica extracts have been demonstrated to have potent tumor repressive properties against a number of cancer types both in vitro and in vivo. Preclinical evidence using a diverse panel of cancer cell lines shows aqueous extract from Phyllanthus emblica fruit induced apoptosis at concentrations ranging from 50 to 100 micrograms/mL. In this study, normal fibroblasts were also included and showed 4-fold lower sensitivity to these extracts. This is in keeping with our own data comparing aqueous Phyllanthus emblica berry extracts against triple-negative breast cancer cells.

We see exposure of these cells to doses of the soluble extract ranging from 25 to 100 micrograms/mL results in significant cytotoxicity but almost no effect is seen against normal breast epithelial cells (MCF10A). Other reports have shown extracts from blueberries and strawberries both limit the proliferation of triple-negative breast cancer cells in vitro and in vivo. However, neither of these extracts showed a considerable degree of antiproliferative activity at concentrations lower than 500 micrograms/mL, whereas soluble Phyllanthus emblica fruit extract was potent even at 50 micrograms/mL in at least three (MDA-MB-231, MDA-MB-435, and MDA-MB-468) of the cell lines we tested.

The sparsity of cells after exposure to the fruit extract and appearance of debris indicate cells are undergoing apoptosis as opposed to cytostatic mechanisms of growth arrest. These data indicate Phyllanthus emblica extract or a constituent therein represents a potential treatment for breast cancer with low toxicity against nontransformed cells.

Tannins from Phyllansus emblica impairing NF-kappaB inhibition include chebulagic acid, ellagic acid, and corilagin. All of them have been shown to have antiproliferative and proapoptotic properties against cancer cell.

Phyllanthus emblica harbors potent antitumor activity. Even exposure to low levels of extract from the fruit may be enough to impair tumor progression at early stages.

 

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Musa acuminata Thai wild green banana aka: Musa is a prebiotic, insoluble dietary fiber with anthocyanins that feeds the healthy bacteria and other organisms (microbiota) within the large intestine

A good source of fibers, vitamins (Vitamin C, B6, provitamin A), minerals; potassium phosphorus magnesium zinc, plus bioactive compounds such as phenolic compounds and resistant starch (RS).
Treats uterine fibroids, myomas, and leiomyomas. Anthocyanins isolated from Musa spp. and Ensete spp.) distributed in Thailand.
Six major anthocyanin pigments were identified.
They are; delphinidin-3-rutinoside (m/z 611.2), cyanidin-3-rutinoside (m/z 595.8), petunidin-3-rutinoside (m/z 624.9), pelargonidin-3-rutinoside (m/z 579.4), peonidin-3-rutinoside (m/z 608.7), malvidin-3-rutinoside (m/z 638.8).

 

 

Yanang T. triandra powder

Contains a number of alkaloids, especially high in bisbenzylisoquinoline, tiliacorinine & nortiliacorinine (Mahidol, et al., 1994; Wiriyachita and Phuriyakorn, 1981).
Benefits of Yanang include:

• reducing fever
• reducing pain
• balancing blood pressure
• stopping cancerous cell growth and tumor formation
• reducing body temperature
• reducing sugar level in diabetics
• anti-inflammatory qualities with ability to alleviate and cure gout and arthritis
• anti-bacterial and anti-oxidant

Thai Luk tai bai Phyllanthus niruri L. is proven for its capacity to modulate and activate the immune system.

As an immunomodulator, Phyllanthus niruri is used traditionally to treat various ailments, such as kidney stones, chronic liver diseases, diabetes and viral infections

The versatile ethnomedicinal usage of the herb is tightly associated with its multiple pharmacological properties such as immunomodulator, anti-viral, antibacterial, diuretic, anti-hyperglycemia and hepatoprotector. The scope of this review is limited only to the clinical evidences demonstrating benefits of the plant Phyllanthus niruri with its immunomodulatory properties, for the treatment of various infectious diseases. These evidences are expected to provide the plant a more significant place in the current clinical settings, particularly in the management of infectious diseases. Phyllamthus niruri as an immunomodulator has scientifically been studied and evaluated in various clinical trials for the treatment of chronic hepatitis B, pulmonary tuberculosis, vaginitis, as well as varicella-zoster infection. In such diseases, the effective immune system is crucial to the treatment success and eradication of the pathogens. In those clinical studies, Phyllanthus niruri has been proven for its capacity to modulate and activate the immune system. In fact, there are numerous in vitro and animal studies reporting potential benefits of the immunomodulatory properties of P. niruri, and numbers of randomized controlled clinical studies have been published to date. In the light of the scarcity of research to discover new, more effective and safe anti-infection chemical entities, that is also complicated with the growing threat from the new generations of drug resistant-pathogens, the utilization of nature-derived immunomodulatory agents, either alone or combined with the currently available antibiotics or antivirals, is undoubtedly promising and of clinical importance. Most of the studies on Phyllanthus niruri warrant its potential benefits in various infectious diseases, and are expected to grant the herb an important place in the management of such diseases in the formal clinical practice. Phyllanthuis niruri also combats atherosclerosis (narrowing of arteries caused by plaque), improves liver health, decreases insulin resistance, reduces fatty liver acids.

Asian Pacific Journal of Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease 7(3):132-140 · March 2017 DOI: 10.12980/apjtd.7.2017D6-287

Benefits:


Hepatoprotective
Diuretic
Antiviral
Antibacterial
Antihyperglycemic
Antihypercholesterolemic
anticancer,
antioxidant,
antileptospiral,
antimicrobial,
anti-diabetic,
anti-inflammatory
anti-convulsant
protects against ulcers
lowers blood sugar

Rang Jeud t. laurifolia Rang Jeud provides antioxidant, antimicrobial, antiproliferative, hepatoprotective, anti-inflammatory activities, detoxifying, anti-diabetic and non-toxic effects.

Constituents:
iridoid glucosides
grandifloric acid
glucopyranosides
derivatives of apigenin and apigenin glucosides
delphinidin derivatives
phenolic acids of chlorogenic, caffeic, gallic, protocatechuic

Phak Khaep Thai Spinach, c. grandis Phak Khaep Ivy gourd antioxidant, antihypoglycemic agent, immune system modulator.
C. grandis inhibits glucose-6-phosphatase. Glucose-6-phosphatase is one of the key liver enzymes involved in regulating sugar metabolism.

 

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Matcha tea c. Sinensis  Matcha TeaMatcha is higher in a catechin called EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate) believed to have cancer-fighting effects on the body.
Matcha or macha is finely ground powder of specially grown and processed green tea leaves. It is special in two aspects of farming and processing: the green tea plants for matcha are shade-grown for three to four weeks before harvest, and the stems and veins are removed during processing. Studies have linked green tea to a variety of health benefits, like helping to prevent heart disease, type 2 diabetes and cancer, and even encouraging weight loss.

Catechins in matcha tea help kill cancerous cells and stop their progression.
Drinking green tea increase breast cancer survival rates.
EGCg- found only in green tea – significantly inhibits tumors
Since humans are always at risk of tumor promotion induced by inflammation, we need to establish a cancer prevention strategy that can reduce TNF-α, IL-1 and other proinflammatory cytokines, and inactivate NF-κB (Fujiki et al., 2013).
The key point is: Drinking green tea contributes to primary cancer prevention
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Spirulina Seaweed Spirulin</font>a blue-green algae of the genus Arthrospira

Nutrition Facts
calories 290
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 8 g 12%

Saturated fat 2.7 g 13%
Polyunsaturated fat 2.1 g
Monounsaturated fat 0.7 g
Cholesterol 0 mg 0%
Sodium 1,048 mg 43%
Potassium 1,363 mg 38%
Total Carbohydrate 24 g 8%
Dietary fiber 3.6 g 14%
Sugar 3.1 g
Protein 57 g 114%
Vitamin A 11%
Vitamin C 16%

Calcium 12% Iron 158%
Vitamin D 0% Vitamin B-6 20%
Cobalamin 0% Magnesium 48%
*Per cent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)

Energ: y 1,213 kJ (290 kcal)
Carbohydrates 23.9 g
Sugars 3.1 g
Dietary fiber 3.6 g
Fat 7.72 g
Saturated 2.65 g
Monounsaturated 0.675 g
Polyunsaturated 2.08 g
Protein 57.47 g
Tryptophan 0.929 g
Threonine 2.97 g
Isoleucine 3.209 g
Leucine 4.947 g
Lysine 3.025 g
Methionine 1.149 g
Cystine 0.662 g
Phenylalanine 2.777 g
Tyrosine 2.584 g
Valine 3.512 g
Arginine 4.147 g
Histidine 1.085 g
Alanine 4.515 g
Aspartic acid 5.793 g
Glutamic acid 8.386 g
Glycine 3.099 g
Proline 2.382 g
Serine 2.998 g
Vitamins  Quantity%DV†
Vitamin A equiv. beta-Carotene, lutein, zeaxanthin 4% 29 µg 3% 342 µg 0 µg
Thiamine (B1) 207%2.38 mg
Riboflavin (B2)  306% 3.67 mg
Niacin (B3)  85%12.82 mg
Pantothenic acid (B5) 70%3.48 mg
Vitamin B6 28%0.364 m g
Folate (B9) 24%94 µg
Vitamin B12 0%0 µg
Choline 13%66 mg
Vitamin C 12%10.1 mg
Vitamin D 0%0 IU
Vitamin E 33%5 mg
Vitamin K 24%25.5 µg
Minerals Quantity%DV†
Calcium 12% 120 mg
Iron 219% 28.5 mg
Magnesium 55% 195 mg
Manganese 90% 1.9 mg
Phosphorus 17% 118 mg
Potassium 29% 1363 mg
Sodium 70% 1048 mg
Zinc 21% 2 mg
other constituents

Super-nutrition Thai RICEBERRYrice bran germ blend

 Blanck/Purple rice bran

Jasmine (Basmati), are varieties of long-grain rice with fragrant aromas that are available in both brown and white versions. Black rice (Forbidden), Purple, or Red are types of short or medium-grain colorful rice contain a natural plant phytochemical called anthocyanins, a flavonoid with antioxidant properties that is also found in blueberries and blackberries. Their nutritious bran and germ layers are intact similar to brown rice. Glutinous: Named for its glue-like consistency (not for gluten, which it does not contain), this short-grain rice is especially sticky when cooked. This is because it contains primarily one component of starch, called amylopectin, while other types of rice contain both amylopectin and amylose. Glutinous rice is particularly popular throughout Asia, and is available in a range of colors including white, brown, red, black & purple. Siam Natural Organics Rice Bran Powder contains

Riceberry bran germ 25%

Sang Yod rice bran germ 25%

Jasmine rice bran germ 30%

Gaba rice bran germ 20%

Jasmine rice bran has been shown to inhibit carcinogen-induced development of oral, stomach, and colon cancer in rats. Consumption has been shown to be associated with reduced risk of pancreatic cancer.
Rice and its by-products display encouraging results in the prevention of this disease.
The mechanism of anticancer effect is suggested partly through potentiation of bioactive compounds like vitamin E,
phytic acid, γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA), γ-oryzanol, and phenolics.Source of Carbs

Riceberry is a healthy source of carbohydrates. Compared to white rice and brown rice, black rice offers better micronutrient content. It doesn’t have cholesterol, no saturated fat and has only 1 gram of sugar. Rich in Antioxidants Black rice is a great source of antioxidants. After comparing with twelve different rice varieties, studies show black rice to have six times higher antioxidant content than with white rice or brown rice.

Fights Inflammation

Inflammation is a bodily response against foreign bacteria and viruses. It’s healthy, but sometimes it gets out of control and that’s not a good thing. Eating black rice can counter this kind of inflammation.

Helps Manage Weight

Another excellent benefit of riceberry is helping you reach or manage your weight, ensuring you are in the healthy scale. Studies show people eating black rice enjoy greater reduction in weight.

GABA: Gamma-aminobutyric acid (Gaba) is a non-protein amino acid that is widely distributed in nature. Especially, Gaba is present in high concentrations in different brain regions [1]. Besides, it was also found in various foods such as green tea, soybean, germinated brown rice, kimchi, cabbage pickles, yogurt, etc.

Generally, Gaba was produced by l-glutamic acid under the catalyzation of glutamic acid decarboxylase [2]. In the nervous system, newly synthesized Gaba is packaged into synaptic vesicles and then released into the synaptic cleft to diffuse to the target receptors on the postsynaptic surface [3]. Numerous studies have identified two distinct classes of Gaba receptor including Gaba A and Gaba B [4]. These receptors are different due to their pharmacological, electrophysiological, and biochemical properties. GabaA receptor is Gaba-gated chloride channels located on the postsynaptic membrane, while GabaB receptor is G protein-coupled receptors located both pre- and postsynaptic. Gaba is well known as the major inhibitory neurotransmitter in the mammalian central nervous system. It was reported to play vital roles in modulating synaptic transmission, promoting neuronal development and relaxation, and preventing sleeplessness and depression [5–9]. Notably, various biological activities of Gaba were documented due to anti-hypertension, anti-diabetes, anti-cancer, antioxidant, anti-inflammation, anti-microbial, and anti-allergy. Moreover, Gaba was also reported as a protective agent of liver, kidney, and intestine against toxin-induced damages [10]. In this contribution, the pharmaceutical properties of Gaba on non-neuronal peripheral tissues and organs were mainly focused to emphasize its beneficial role in prevention and treatment of various diseases.

Dai-Hung Ngo 1 and Thanh Sang Vo 2,* 1 Faculty of Natural Sciences, Thu Dau Mot University, Thu Dau Mot City 820000, Vietnam 2 NTT Hi-Tech Institute, Nguyen Tat Thanh University, Ho Chi Minh City 700000, Vietnam

 

Ja khai -Dtôn-Jà-Krai c. citratus possesses various pharmacological activities & properties such as; anti-amoebic antibacterial antidiarrheal antifilarial antifungal anti-inflammatory

Constituents:
Citral a, Citral ß Nerol Geraniol Citronellal Terpinolene, Geranyl acetate, Myrecene and Terpinol Methylheptenone. cymbopogon citratus contains phytoconstituents; flavonoids/phenolic compounds luteolin isoorientin 2’-O-rhamnoside quercetin kaempferol apiginin

used to treat;
digestive tract spasms
stomachache
high blood pressure
convulsions
muscle pain
vomiting
cough
achy joints (rheumatism)
fever
common cold
exhaustion
Relieves anxiety
Lowers cholesterol
Prevents infection
Boosts oral health
Boosts red blood cell levels
Relieves bloating


Wild yellow ginger Curcuma aromatica

Skin care is the major domain of application of this aromatic plant. The rhizome of Curcuma aromatica, although related to Turmeric & Ginger, contains a novel array of phenolic compounds that render it uniquely different. It is also used in folk medicines as a stomachic, carminative and emmenogogue and for skin diseases and more recently as a health food in Japan (Kojima et al. 1998).

Considering the world demand for organic food, the improvement of soil health and productivity and the availability of local resources, the organic farming practice is vital to fresh potent herbs. Our farmers take advantage of this opportunity presently available in the international market by offering organically cultivated aromatic and medicinal products.

The root tuber part of this plant is widely used in numerous ways by different communities because Curcuma aromatica has been shown to have wide spectrum of biological actions, that include anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic, analgesic, antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-protozoal, anti-ulcer, anti-cancer & hypocholesteremic activities. Its anti-cancer effect induced mainly mediated through induction of apoptosis and many more medicinal values.

As a facial treatment, Curcuma aromatica is non-staining and has excellent properties for clearing acne, inhibiting facial hair growth, and brightening the complexion because it helps regulate the production of sebum, an oily substance produced by the sebaceous glands.


 

Disease Prevention Nutrition M/F Blend #5

Reduces risk of cancer and tumor formation in traditional Thai & Chinese medicine

metal pouch contains (30) thirty individual holistic herbal sachets of the five herbs listed

anticancer, antimicrobial, antiviral antiinflammatory, detox, cytotoxic, hypertension, memory-cognitive, viral infections, pain

$69.95 includes shipping

NONI powder Morinda citrifolia aka: NONIm. citrifolia

 

Anticancer Effects of extracts from the Noni fruit in breast cancer cell Lines. m. citrifolia L.

NONI fruits have been used for thousands of years for traditional treatments of numerous health problems including cancer, cold, diabetes, flu, hypertension, and pain.

Plant extracts have reported several therapeutic benefits, but extraction of individual compound from the extract often exhibits limited clinical utility as the synergistic effect of various natural ingredients gets lost. They generally constitute polyphenols and flavonoids.

Studies have suggested that these phytochemicals, especially polyphenols, display high antioxidant properties, which help to reduce the risk of degenerative diseases, such as cancer and cardiovascular diseases.

Several in-vitro and in-vivo studies have shown that Noni fruits have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-dementia, liver-protective, anticancer, analgesic, and immunomodulatory effects. To date about 7 in-vitro cancer studies have been done, but a detailed in vitro study including cell cycle and caspase activation assay on breast cancer cell line has not been done.

In the present study different Noni fruit fractions have tested on cancer cell lines MCF-7, MDA-MB-231 (breast adenocarcinoma) and one non-cancer cell line HEK-293 (Human embryonic kidney). Out of which ethylacetate extract showed a higher order of in vitro anticancer activity profile. The ethylacetate extract strongly inhibited the proliferation of MCF-7, MDA-MB-231 and HEK-293 cell lines with IC50 values of 25, 35, 60 µg/ml respectively.

The extract showed increase in apoptotic cells in MCF-7 and MDA-MB-231 cells and arrested the cell cycle in the G1/S phase in MCF-7 and G0/G1 phase in MDA-MB-231 cells. Noni extract also decreases the intracellular ROS generation and mitochondrial membrane potential.

Noni can treat a variety of health problems such as diabetes, high blood pressure, aches, pains, burns, arthritis, inflammation, tumors, the effects of aging, and parasitic, viral, and bacterial infections. antibacterial antitumor anthelminthic analgesic anti-inflammatory immunostimulant

Black Seed powder n. sativa

N. sativa (N. sativa) has been used in different civilization around the world for centuries to treat various animal and human ailments. So far, numerous studies demonstrated the seed of Nigella sativa and its main active constituent, thymoquinone, to be medicinally very effective against various illnesses including different chronic illness: neurological and mental illness, cardiovascular disorders, cancer, diabetes, inflammatory conditions, and infertility as well as various infectious diseases due to bacterial, fungal, parasitic, and viral infections.

Among various amino acids identified;
glutamate,
arginine
aspartate
cysteine and methionine are the major and minor amino acids, respectively.

Nigella sativa L. seeds also contain significant levels of;iron copper zinc phosphorus calcium thiamin niacin pyridoxine folic acid.

In addition, phytochemical analyses of Nigella sativa displayed the presence of over hundreds of phytoconstituents which include mainly alkaloids, saponins, sterols, and essential oil but the composition of many of these have not been chemically recognized nor have been biologically verified.

The Nigella sativa seed contain 26-34% fixed oil of which the major fatty acids are linoleic acid (64.6%) and palmitic acid (20.4%). The seed oil is comprised of 0.4%–2.5% essential oil.

Amongst different active constituents reported so far, thymoquinone found as major component of the essential oil is the most bioactive compound and exhibits wide ranging therapeutic benefits;
Antioxidant Activity
Antidiabetic Activity
Antihypertensive Activity
Anti-Inflammatory
Analgesic Effects Antimicrobial Activity
Antibacterial Activity
Antifungal Activity
Antiviral Activity
Antiparasitic Activity
Anticancer Activity - effects table-2 on various types of cancers: https://www.hindawi.com/journals/ecam/2019/1528635/tab2/

Hua luo bo Tiricta Daucoides Khumfoi Daucus Carota sativa (wild yellow caroto root) m/f nutritional and therapeutic importance

Daucus carota-A benefits:
anti-inflammatory
cytotoxic
reproductive aid
antioxidant
antidiabetic
antimicrobial
muscle relaxant
hypotensive
decreases intraocular pressure
gastro-protective
nephro-protective
hepato-protective
cardio-protective
antidepressant
memory enhancement
wound healing

Treats;

tumors
cancer
aphrodisiac
diarrhea
antiseptic
stimulant
dysentery
cough
malaria
abortifacient
carminative
stomachic
tonic

plant phyto-chemicals include:
alkaloids
carbohydrates
chlorogenic acid
flavonoids
phenols
essential oil
terpenoid
coumarin



The in vitro anticancer activity of Daucus carota oil extract was evaluated on cell lines using the trypan blue exclusion method and the WST-1 cell proliferation assay. The anticancer activity of the oil extract was evaluated against human colon (HT-29, Caco-2) and breast (MCF-7, MDA-MB-231) cancer cell lines. Oil extract caused significant increase in cell death and decrease in cell proliferation. The effects of the oil on cell lines were time and dose-dependent. In cytotoxic investigation of the essential oils from the fruits of Daucus carotavar. sativus (yellow root) and var. boissieri (red root), a highest cytotoxic activity was observed against HepG-2 cell with IC50 values ranging from 163-172 µg/ml for both oils. The anticancer effect of Daucus carota oil extract fractions was studied on the human breast adenocarcinoma cell lines MDA-MB-231 and MCF-7. By using of WST assay, the pentane fraction (F1) and 1:1 pentane:diethyl ether fraction (F2) possessed the highest cytotoxicity against both cell lines. Proline  0.206 g  N/D

KRAWAN  Phak Khaep Ivy gourd c. electtaria diuretic properties

antioxidant and diuretic properties
lowers blood Pressure

Anti-Cancer-Fighting Compounds
Anti-Inflammatory protects against chronic diseases
Assists with digestive problems combats Ulcers
Antibacterial Effects treats Infections

Nutrition Facts

Cardamom (per 1 tbsp, ground 5.8 g)
Calories 18
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0.4 g  0%
Saturated fat 0 g 0%
Polyunsaturated fat 0 g
Monounsaturated fat 0.1 g
Cholesterol 0 mg  0%
Sodium 1 mg  0%
Potassium 65 mg  1%
Total Carbohydrate 4 g  1%
Dietary fiber 1.6 g  6%
Protein 0.6 g  1%
Vitamin A  0%
Vitamin C  2%

Calcium  2%
Iron  4%

Vitamin D  0%
Vitamin B6  0%

Cobalamin 0% Magnesium 3%

Makrut citrus hystrix lime Makrut lime powder (citrus hystrix, aka Kaffir lime, a citrus fruit native to Thailand

blood detoxifier
assists digestive processes
prevents gastrointestinal issues such as colorectal cancer hemorrhoids or gastric ulcers
reduces stress
Anti-Inflammatory
Antibacterial
Antioxidant
Immune system builder
slows hair loss/balding
strengthens hair follicles

Nutrition Facts: Kaffir Lime Leaves

Calories from Fat 0.1
Calories 0.6
% Daily Value*
0% Total Fat 0g grams
0% Saturated Fat 0g grams
Trans Fat 0g grams
Polyunsaturated Fat 0g grams
Monounsaturated Fat 0g grams
0% Cholesterol 0mg milligrams
0% Sodium 0.1mgmilligrams
0% Potassium 1.1mg milligrams
0% Total Carbohydrates 0.1g gram s
0% Dietary Fiber 0.1g grams
Protein 0g grams
0.3% Vitamin A
0.2% Vitamin C
0.1% Calcium
0.5% Iron
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

The essential oil of Citrus hystrix was characterized by high contents of terpinen-4-ol (13.0%), alpha-terpineol (7.6%), 1,8-cineole (6.4%), and citronellol (6.0%).
The antimicrobial activity was evaluated against five bacteria and five fungi strains.
Both oils were inactive against bacteria. However, the Citrus macroptera leaf oil exhibited a pronounced activity against Trichophyton mentagrophytes var. interdigitale,
with a minimal-inhibitory concentration (MIC) of 12.5 microg/ml

 

Dr Sing, Holistic practitioner/Master herbalist &  Nattapan Galan, Thailand grower-botanist QHH-Organic Herbal Farms

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Dr. Sang is a 45 yr certified professional (TTM) Thai Traditional Medicine Holistic Practitioner, Senior Professor, Thailand Ministry of Public Health & Master herbalist, (right) son, Nattapan Galan, Thai organic farmer-grower-botanist.

Women with PCOS have expressed a strong desire for alternative treatments. This review examines the reproductive endocrine effects in PCOS for an alternative treatment, herbal medicine. The aim of this review was to identify consistent evidence from both pre-clinical and clinical research, to add to the evidence base for herbal medicine in PCOS (and associated oligo/amenorrhoea and hyperandrogenism) and to inform herbal selection in the provision clinical care for these common conditions.
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4528347/
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In females, ovulation of mature follicles on the ovary is induced by a large burst of LH secretion known as the preovulatory LH surge. Residual cells within ovulated follicles proliferate to form corpora lutea, which secrete the steroid hormones progesterone and estradiol. Progesterone is necessary for maintenance of pregnancy, and in most mammals, LH is required for continued development and function of corpora lutea. The name luteinizing hormone derives from this effect of inducing luteinization of ovarian follicles.

We can recommend an individual holistic herbal treatment selection based on your prescribed condition & blood tests to evaluate ovarian reserve, estradiol, FSH levels, blood progesterone levels and thyroid functioning for ladies, and to evaluate a low sperm count, assess hypogonadism, or gonadal failure, and assess testicular dysfunction and testosterone levels for men. Optionally, you can copy and paste any five of the above holistic natural plant food supplements and we'll manufacture a custom blend of thirty packets of your choice at no extra charge. Our products are all certified non-GMO chemical free farmer-grower fresh from our organic farms in north Thailand

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