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    2021-8-11u2002·u2002Introduction: Medicinal plants are being used to treat several diseases for many decades and this is an ancient method to treat the patients. Herbal plant Silybum marianum found most effective one ...

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  • The Therapeutic Potential of Milk Thistle in Diabetes

    Silybum marianum, or milk thistle, belongs to the family Carduus marianum and has been known for more than 2000 years to be an herbal remedy used for a variety of disorders [6]. The components of ...

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  • (PDF) Biochemical and Genetic Characterization of 12

    Silybum marianum, known as milk thistle (MT), a plant that grows throughout the Mediterranean, southern Europe and parts of the US, has been used for some 2000 years as both food and medicine.

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  • Pressurized water versus ethanol as a Silybum marianum

    A crude extract (12 g) of fruits of Silybum marianum was separated with a two-phase solvent system composed of water methanol/ethyl acetate/n-hexane (4:3:4: 1, v/v/v/v) by high speed ...

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  • Berberis aristata/Silybum marianum fixed combination on

    Silybum marianum is a plant that is used for centuries as a herbal treatment in liver and biliary tract diseases. ... M value was higher (p < 0.05 vs baseline and p < 0.05 vs placebo) in the ...

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  • Inhibition of T-Cell Inflammatory Cytokines, Hepatocyte

    Woodfordia fruticosa (53), Bupleurum spp. (54), Silybum marianum (55, 56), Corydalis saxicola (57) and Piper longum (58) are additional examples of investigated medicinal plants that have shown ...

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  • Recent progress in the study of Artemisiae Scopariae

    2020-10-1u2002·u2002The content of SC in ASH was shown as 0.089−0.179 mg/g (raw dry material) in March and April, then increased and reached the maximum, about 2.600−3.600 mg/g, around August and September, and dropped to 1.200 mg/g in the October . However, other studies observed a higher amount of SC in ASH, ranging from 4.6 to 14.8 mg/g.

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  • Antiinflammatory Herbal Supplements - ScienceDirect

    2019-1-1u2002·u2002The ten most commonly used herbal supplements are echinacea, ginseng, Ginkgo biloba, garlic, St. John's wort, peppermint, ginger, soy, chamomile, and kava [3]. Population surveys indicate that one-third to one-half of all Americans take dietary supplements.

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  • Novel cosmeceuticals from plants—An industry guided

    2017-12-1u2002·u2002A number of plants have been used by the industry to create novel cosmeceutical formulations with specific objectives such as sun protection, anti-ageing, anti-wrinkling, anti-oxidant, anti-allergy. Plants growing in adverse environmental climates are being explored, evaluated and converted into novel products by the cosmeceutical industry.

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    2020-4-19u2002·u2002St. Mary's Thistle.(Silybum marianum) Silybum marianum, milk thistle Also known as milk thistle and variegated thistle, it is a common weed of pastures in Eastern Australia as well as in Europe and North America. It is regarded as the standard amongst hepatoprotective herbs and remains the most well studied (up to 50 studies and clinical trials).

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    Request PDF Effect of Silybum marianum seeds as a feed additive on growth performance, serum biochemical indices, antioxidant status, and gene expression of Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus ...

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    23 CZ 4 2016 capsules with dried powder Milk thistle powder (Silybum marianum – freeze-grinded seeds) - 390 mg in 1 caps ule standardized to contain a minimum of 1.5% silymarin

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    2021-2-17u2002·u2002Fructus Gardeniae, the dry ripe fruits of Gardenia jasminoides J. Ellis, is widely used as a traditional medicine in several Asian countries. Bioassay-guided fractionation of the methanol extract from Fructus Gardeniae led to the discovery of bioactive natural products with antiviral potential against influenza virus strain A/FM/1/47-MA.

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  • Recent progress in the study of Artemisiae Scopariae

    2020-10-1u2002·u2002The content of SC in ASH was shown as 0.089−0.179 mg/g (raw dry material) in March and April, then increased and reached the maximum, about 2.600−3.600 mg/g, around August and September, and dropped to 1.200 mg/g in the October . However, other studies observed a higher amount of SC in ASH, ranging from 4.6 to 14.8 mg/g.

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  • Research Advances on Hepatotoxicity of Herbal Medicines

    In general, herbal medicines have been considered as safe by the general public, since they are naturally occurring and have been applied in treatment for over thousands of years. As the use of herbal medicine is rapidly increasing globally, the potential toxicity of herbal drugs, in particular drug-induced liver injury (DILI), has now become a serious medical issue.

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    In order to save costs but nevertheless accounting for achieving the desired 24% flavonol glycoside content, some extract providers or supplement manufacturers manipulated the extract composition or stretched ginkgo extracts with pure flavonols (e.g., rutin, quercetin, kaempferol) or flavonoid-rich material as the fruit/flower of Japanese ...

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    2021-4-1u2002·u2002The AMPK was galvanized by BBR and imparted glycolysis resulting in reduced insulin resistance and decreased respiratory mitochondrial complex-I (Yin, Xing, & Ye, 2008).Berberine's intervention on insulin sensitivity is its capacity to boost dose- and time-dependent insulin receptor (InsR) expression, thereby encouraging cellular glucose absorption in presence of insulin (Yin et al., 2008).

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  • Novel cosmeceuticals from plants—An industry guided

    2017-12-1u2002·u2002A number of plants have been used by the industry to create novel cosmeceutical formulations with specific objectives such as sun protection, anti-ageing, anti-wrinkling, anti-oxidant, anti-allergy. Plants growing in adverse environmental climates are being explored, evaluated and converted into novel products by the cosmeceutical industry.

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    NaturPro Scientific assists in the development, sourcing, testing and production of nootropic ingredients and products. Focus, attention, memory and alertness are all clinical endpoints measured for nootropics. Nootropics may come in the form of capsules, powders, beverages, tea …

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    2014-1-6u2002·u2002The IC 50 value was found to be 37 μg/mL for gymnemagenol and after 96 hours, the extract at a concentration of 50 μg/mL showed good cytotoxic activity on 73% on HeLa cells. The isolated bioactive constituent, gymnemagenol, was found to show a high degree of inhibition to the proliferation of HeLa cancer cell line.

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    The first step in quality control of botanical preparations, as an essential component of Good Agricultural and Collection Practices (GACP) and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), is ensuring the correct identity of the desired species intended for use.Before other important quality considerations can be properly addressed—e.g., taste, fragrance, microbial limits, potency, safety, efficacy ...

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    2.1.1.1. Nutrients . They were defined in 1996 by The Association of American Feed Control Officials 'AAFCO'. The definition of AAFCO is 'a feed constituent in a form and at a level that will help support the life of an animal [24, 35]'.There are many available nutrients, such as minerals, amino acids and fatty acids, but the most commonly used nutrients are vitamins and antioxidants ...

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    2016-9-7u2002·u2002Gymnema sylvestre (Asclepiadaceae), popularly known as 'gurmar' for its distinct property as sugar destroyer, is a reputed herb in the Ayurvedic system of medicine. The phytoconstituents responsible for sweet suppression activity includes triterpene saponins known as gymnemic acids, gymnemasaponins, and a polypeptide, gurmarin.

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    The emergence of viral pneumonia caused by a novel coronavirus (CoV), known as the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), resulted in a contagious acute respiratory infectious disease in December 2019 in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. Its alarmingly quick transmission to many countries across the world and a considerable percentage of morbidity and mortality made the World Health Organization ...

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    2021-7-20u2002·u2002PCBN inserts for turning cast iron and hardened steel: pcbn is the second hardest material in the world, and cbn related high precision cutting tools are introduced to industry, achieved high productivity and cost reductions. pcbn is the short name of polycrystalline cubic boron nitride, and pcbn inserts are mainly for the hard metal turning to replace the conventional machining way of grinding.

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    2021-2-23u2002·u2002Beans are rich in high-quality protein, unsaturated fatty acids, calcium and vitamins B1 and B2. Drink 250 to 500 grams of fresh milk every day and eat 50 to 100 grams of beans and soy products. The fifth floor (the spire): grease. Including plant non-physical oil and so on. Mainly provide energy.

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    A plant spacing of 2.5 x 2.5 m between rows and seeds should be adopted, giving a plant population of 1600 plants/ha. Pits of 45x45x45 cm in size are dug out and then the seeds are sown in the centre of the pit. The seed germinates 10 to 12 days after sowing. The seed requirement per hectare is 625g.

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    Medicinal plant related trade in India is estimated to be around Rs. 550 crore/year, while the value of global trade in medicinal plants has been put at over US $ 60 bilIion per year. India's total turnover ofRs. 2,300 crore of Ayurvedic and herbal products, major over-the-counter (OTC) products B. P. 19 SINGH contribute around Rs. 1,200 crore.

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    diabeteshighsugar ????eating plan. The following major conditions were considered a potential contraindication for some drugs based on the summary of product characteristics (SmPC), international expert consensus documents, or clinical guidelines: (i) renal failure, defined as a glomerular filtration rate (GFR) < 60 mL/min/1.73 m 2, and severe renal failure (GFR < 30 mL/min/1.73 m 2 ...

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    2021-8-11u2002·u2002Introduction: Medicinal plants are being used to treat several diseases for many decades and this is an ancient method to treat the patients. Herbal plant Silybum marianum found most effective one ...

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  • Berberis aristata/Silybum marianum fixed combination on ...

    Silybum marianum is a plant that is used for centuries as a herbal treatment in liver and biliary tract diseases. ... M value was higher (p < 0.05 vs baseline and p < 0.05 vs placebo) in the ...

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  • Effect of Silymarin (Milk Thistle) on Liver Disease in ...

    Twelve studies [8,2628,3845] used only dry extract of Silybum marianum, which contains silymarin or silymarin alone, two [34,35] used silymarin associated with vitamin E and three [19,36,37 ...

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  • Pressurized water versus ethanol as a Silybum marianum ...

    A crude extract (12 g) of fruits of Silybum marianum was separated with a two-phase solvent system composed of water methanol/ethyl acetate/n-hexane (4:3:4: 1, v/v/v/v) by high speed ...

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  • Biochemical and Genetic Characterization of 12 Silybum ...

    Silybum marianum, known as milk thistle (MT), a plant that grows throughout the Mediterranean, southern Europe and parts of the US, has been used for some 2000 years as both food and medicine.

    Get Price
  • Inhibition of T-Cell Inflammatory Cytokines, Hepatocyte NF ...

    Woodfordia fruticosa (53), Bupleurum spp. (54), Silybum marianum (55, 56), Corydalis saxicola (57) and Piper longum (58) are additional examples of investigated medicinal plants that have shown ...

    Get Price
  • Recent progress in the study of Artemisiae Scopariae

    2020-10-1u2002·u2002The content of SC in ASH was shown as 0.089−0.179 mg/g (raw dry material) in March and April, then increased and reached the maximum, about 2.600−3.600 mg/g, around August and September, and dropped to 1.200 mg/g in the October . However, other studies observed a higher amount of SC in ASH, ranging from 4.6 to 14.8 mg/g.

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  • Research Advances on Hepatotoxicity of Herbal Medicines

    In general, herbal medicines have been considered as safe by the general public, since they are naturally occurring and have been applied in treatment for over thousands of years. As the use of herbal medicine is rapidly increasing globally, the potential toxicity of herbal drugs, in particular drug-induced liver injury (DILI), has now become a serious medical issue.

    Get Price
  • Antiinflammatory Herbal Supplements - ScienceDirect

    2019-1-1u2002·u2002The ten most commonly used herbal supplements are echinacea, ginseng, Ginkgo biloba, garlic, St. John's wort, peppermint, ginger, soy, chamomile, and kava [3]. Population surveys indicate that one-third to one-half of all Americans take dietary supplements.

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  • Novel cosmeceuticals from plants—An industry guided

    2017-12-1u2002·u2002A number of plants have been used by the industry to create novel cosmeceutical formulations with specific objectives such as sun protection, anti-ageing, anti-wrinkling, anti-oxidant, anti-allergy. Plants growing in adverse environmental climates are being explored, evaluated and converted into novel products by the cosmeceutical industry.

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    Toward the integration and advancement of herbal medicine: a focus on traditional Indian medicine Saikat Sen, Raja Chakraborty Institute of Pharmacy, Assam Down Town University, Guwahati, Assam, IndiaAbstract: Indian traditional codified medicinal systems and folk medicine are a vast lexicon of herbal formulations and medicinal plants. In last few decades, the popularity of herbal medicine ...

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    Introduction. The non-edible portion obtained from plant by-products ranges from 25 to 30%, and the inability to recycle such products will significantly contribute to a huge economical loss (Bhalerao et al., 1989; Ajila et al., 2010).The tissue portion obtained from underutilized plant materials was the rich source of several antioxidant components viz. polyphenols, carotenoids, flavonoids ...

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    Medicinal Plants: A Probe in the Forests of Rajasthan 181 -Salish Kumar Sharma 12. Important Diseases of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants and Their Management Practices 217 -Anand Singh, Rakesh Pandey and H. B. Singh 13. Plants of Potential Medicinal Value From Thar Desert, India 254 -Pawan K. Kasera, Sher Mohammed and Jitendra K. Shukla 14.

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    2021-8-24u2002·u2002During the 2018 season, superficial dry and firm black spots, where sometimes an aerial mycelium developed, appeared on the rind of easy peeler mandarins causing high economic losses in fresh citrus exports from Perú. In this work, we have identified the causal agent, ...

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  • High Quality Phenibut Powder From China-JianHeBio - Part 2

    2021-2-23u2002·u2002Beans are rich in high-quality protein, unsaturated fatty acids, calcium and vitamins B1 and B2. Drink 250 to 500 grams of fresh milk every day and eat 50 to 100 grams of beans and soy products. The fifth floor (the spire): grease. Including plant non-physical oil and so on. Mainly provide energy.

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  • Nutraceuticals' Novel Formulations: The Good, the Bad, the ...

    2.1.1.1. Nutrients . They were defined in 1996 by The Association of American Feed Control Officials 'AAFCO'. The definition of AAFCO is 'a feed constituent in a form and at a level that will help support the life of an animal [24, 35]'.There are many available nutrients, such as minerals, amino acids and fatty acids, but the most commonly used nutrients are vitamins and antioxidants ...

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    Author: AMRITPAL SINGH SAROYA Herbal Consultant,Punjab, India publisher: CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group

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    NaturPro Scientific assists in the development, sourcing, testing and production of nootropic ingredients and products. Focus, attention, memory and alertness are all clinical endpoints measured for nootropics. Nootropics may come in the form of capsules, powders, beverages, tea …

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    2014-8-5u2002·u2002• It is isolated from the roots of vetiver. • It is a major component of the oil of vetiver, which is used to prepare certain high value perfumes. 29/5/2014 PBT-510 Biosafety,IPR and Bioetics {2+0} 51 52. Medicinal Plants Common name Extracted Commercial products 4.

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    2021-8-5u2002·u2002Herbalism is a traditional medicinal or folk medicine practice based on the use of plants and plant extracts.Herbalism is also known as botanical medicine, medical herbalism, herbal medicine, herbology, and phytotherapy.The scope of herbal medicine is sometimes extended to include fungal and bee products, as well as minerals, shells and certain animal parts [1].

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  • (PDF) Enrichment of Therapeutically Significant ...

    2021-8-11u2002·u2002Introduction: Medicinal plants are being used to treat several diseases for many decades and this is an ancient method to treat the patients. Herbal plant Silybum marianum found most effective one ...

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  • Berberis aristata/Silybum marianum fixed combination on ...

    Silybum marianum is a plant that is used for centuries as a herbal treatment in liver and biliary tract diseases. ... M value was higher (p < 0.05 vs baseline and p < 0.05 vs placebo) in the ...

    Get Price
  • Effect of Silymarin (Milk Thistle) on Liver Disease in ...

    Twelve studies [8,2628,3845] used only dry extract of Silybum marianum, which contains silymarin or silymarin alone, two [34,35] used silymarin associated with vitamin E and three [19,36,37 ...

    Get Price
  • Pressurized water versus ethanol as a Silybum marianum ...

    A crude extract (12 g) of fruits of Silybum marianum was separated with a two-phase solvent system composed of water methanol/ethyl acetate/n-hexane (4:3:4: 1, v/v/v/v) by high speed ...

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  • Biochemical and Genetic Characterization of 12 Silybum ...

    Silybum marianum, known as milk thistle (MT), a plant that grows throughout the Mediterranean, southern Europe and parts of the US, has been used for …

    Get Price
  • Inhibition of T-Cell Inflammatory Cytokines, Hepatocyte NF ...

    Woodfordia fruticosa (53), Bupleurum spp. (54), Silybum marianum (55, 56), Corydalis saxicola (57) and Piper longum (58) are additional examples of investigated medicinal plants that have shown ...

    Get Price
  • Recent progress in the study of Artemisiae Scopariae Herba ...

    2020-10-1u2002·u2002The content of SC in ASH was shown as 0.089−0.179 mg/g (raw dry material) in March and April, then increased and reached the maximum, about 2.600−3.600 mg/g, around August and September, and dropped to 1.200 mg/g in the October . However, other studies observed a higher amount of SC in ASH, ranging from 4.6 to 14.8 mg/g.

    Get Price
  • Research Advances on Hepatotoxicity of Herbal Medicines in ...

    In general, herbal medicines have been considered as safe by the general public, since they are naturally occurring and have been applied in treatment for over thousands of years. As the use of herbal medicine is rapidly increasing globally, the potential toxicity of herbal drugs, in particular drug-induced liver injury (DILI), has now become a serious medical issue.

    Get Price
  • Antiinflammatory Herbal Supplements - ScienceDirect

    2019-1-1u2002·u2002The ten most commonly used herbal supplements are echinacea, ginseng, Ginkgo biloba, garlic, St. John's wort, peppermint, ginger, soy, chamomile, and kava [3]. Population surveys indicate that one-third to one-half of all Americans take dietary supplements.

    Get Price
  • Novel cosmeceuticals from plants—An industry guided review ...

    2017-12-1u2002·u2002A number of plants have been used by the industry to create novel cosmeceutical formulations with specific objectives such as sun protection, anti-ageing, anti-wrinkling, anti-oxidant, anti-allergy. Plants growing in adverse environmental climates are being explored, evaluated and converted into novel products by the cosmeceutical industry.

    Get Price