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Indian Research On Cordyceps Sinensis

Cordyceps Sinensis also known as Keeda Jadi in India has Immense Health Benefits, Research done in Dehradun, Uttrakhand.

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Discovering Medicinal value of Cordyceps Sinensis

Cordyceps Sinensis : The ‘Sanjivani’ brought by Hanumaana from the Himalayas in Ramayana is the same plant which was used for Lakshmana.

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Cancer Treatment through Cordyceps Sinensis

Evidence that "Naturopathic Therapy" Including Cordyceps Sinensis Prolongs Survival of Patients with Hepatocellular Carcinoma.

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International Journal of Herbal Medicine

Yarsagumba : A Miracle Mushroom its History, Cultivation, Phytopharmacology and Medicinal uses

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American Journal of Essential Oils & Natural Products

Cordyceps Sinensis can be used to treat conditions such as Hyposexuality, Night sweats, Hyperglycemia, Hyperlipidemia, Arrhythmias, Heart Health, Blood Pressure, Lungs & Respiratory Function, Liver diseases.

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Cordyceps Sinensis Treatment of Severe and Incurable Disease - Nepal Research

Promising Therapeutic Option for Treatment of Pulmonary Hypertension due to the Potent Anti-Proliferative and Vasorelaxant Properties

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Research and Development of Cordyceps Sinensis - Taiwan Research

Cordyceps Sinensis is Treasured Entomopathogenic Fungi that have been used as Antitumor, Immunomodulating, Antioxidant, Pro-sexual agent, Cancer, Tumor & Anti ageing Properties

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American Botanical Council Research Report

Cordyceps Sinensis Medicinal Fungus: Traditional Use among Tibetan People, Harvesting techniques, and Modern Uses

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The Chemical Constituents and Pharmacological Actions of Cordyceps Sinensis : Chinese Research

Cordyceps Sinensis consists of very Powerful Anti Inflammatory Effect, Stimulates Steroidogenesis, Enhances Immunity, Anti Tumor Effect, Antioxidant Effect, Anti Bacterial Properties & Many More ...

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Economic Dependence of Mountain Communities on Cordyceps Sinensis

Cordyceps Sinensis is one of several Important Medicinal Species harvested by local communities in mountainous parts of Himalayas in India, Nepal, Bhutan & China.

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Case Study on Cordyceps Sinensis & Cordyceps Militaris- China

Comparative study of the composition of cultivated, naturally grown Cordyceps Sinensis-

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Asian Medicine Research-2009

Caterpillar Fungus (Ophiocordyceps sinensis) Production and Sustainability on the Tibetan Plateau and in the Himalayas

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International Research

Cordyceps for Anti-Aging & Exercise Performance

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iMedPub Journals

Medicinal Value of Cordyceps Sinensis

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American Journal of Biomedical Sciences

Maturational Alteration of Oppositely Orientated rDNA and Differential Proliferation of GC- and AT-biased Genotypes of Ophiocordyceps sinensis and Paecilomyces hepiali in Natural Cordyceps sinensis1

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Journal of Natural & Ayurvedic Medicine

Resource Assessment and Marketing of Caterpillar Fungus (Ophiocordyceps sinensis) in the Buffer Zone of Makalu Barun National Park, Nepal

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International Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemical Research 2014

Review on Yarsagumba (Cordyceps sinensis) - An Exotic Medicinal Mushroom

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Scientific Research Report

Cordyceps collected from Bhutan, an appropriate alternative of Cordyceps Sinensis

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6 Major Benefits of Cordyceps Sinensis, All Backed by Scientific Proofs

Increases ATP - Cellular Energy Production & Oxygen Absorption & Utilization, Increases Lung Capacity, Improves Respiratory Function, Stamina Booster, Anti Depression & Stress Enhances Mood, Physical & Mental Performance... Etc...

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Anti Oxidation Properties in Cordyceps Sinensis

Cordyceps Sinensis is commonly used for the replenishment of body health. One of the known pharmacological effects is its Anti-Oxidants Properties which have been reported to prevent Cancer and Coronary Heart Disease.

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Cordyceps Sinensis A Traditional Chinese Herb

Cordyceps Sinensis can enhance the Body’s Immunity, Nourishing Lung, Kidney, has obvious inhibitory effect on Lung Cancer, Liver Cancer, etc.

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Cordyceps Sinensis for Breast Cancer - American Research

Cancer Metastasis, which consists of uncontrolled Growth and Invasive behaviour of Cancer Cells, is one of the major medical problems in breast cancer patients.

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Cordyceps Sinensis Research from American Cancer Center

Studies in Cancer & Kidney Transplant Patients suggest Cordyceps Sinensis can help improve kidney function, Stimulate Immune Cells, It has Blood Thinning Properties Etc..

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Health Benefits of Cordyceps Sinensis - African Research

Cordyceps Sinensisis a Precious Natural Herb, Plays an Important role in the Treatment of Respiratory & Cerebrovascular Diseases, Enhancement of body immunomodulatory function & Regulation of Liver and Renal Metabolism.

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Journal of Agriculture and Forestry - A Case Study on Cordyceps Sinensis

Cordyceps Sinensis has reported to be useful in the Treatment of Asthma, Cough, Cold, Anemia, Loss of libido, Promote Metabolism, Improve Cardiac Muscle Nutrition, and Enhances and Boosts Immunity.

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Cordyceps Sinensis A Rejuvenator Anti Ageing Herb

Cordiceps Sinensis is Age old herb in Traditional Herbology, From the Rasayan Treatment, To attains longevity, Memory, Intelligence, Freedom from disorders, Youthful Age, Excellence of luster, Complexion & Voice, Oratory, Optimum strength of Physique and Sense Organs, etc.

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Cordyceps Sinensis To Enhance Athletic Performance and Improve Aerobic capacity.

Cordyceps Sinensis is believed to enhance Athletic Performance & Improve Aerobic Capacity. Researchers believe that it has Anti-Cancer benefits inducing Cancer Cell Death.

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Journal of Harmonised Research

Cordyceps Sinensis is used to Treat Coughs, Chronic Bronchitis, Respiratory Disorders, Kidney Disorders, Unwanted Weight Loss, Opium & Other Drug Addiction.

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PATHOGEN CONTROL AND ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITIES OF RAUWOLFIA SERPENTINA EXTRACTS

Rauwolfia serpentina contains a variety of compounds with confirmed antioxidant capacity and other putative health benefits relating to the prevention or treatment of diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer and hypertension.

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The therapeutic efficiency and drug targeting ability of alkaloids present in Rauwolfia serpentina

Reserpine, the Indole alkaloid, is the most active compound of R. serpentine. The plant is known to possess antidiarrheal, antimicrobial activity apart from using it for the treatment of circulatory disorders, rheumatism, hypertension, insanity, epilepsy, and leaves are used in the removal of opacities of the cornea.

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South African Medical Journal

Rauwolfia produces marked symptomatic improvement in most hypertensive patients and relief of headache, fatigue, palpitation and anxiety is brought about in almost every patient; the hypotensive action appears to be significant although slow and moderate in development.

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THE JOURNAL OF ALTERNATIVE AND COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE

The findings of this study suggest that the investigated dietary supplement is safe for long-term use in adults with prehypertension and stage I hypertension.

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Prolonged Use in Elderly Hypertensive Patients

The purpose of the present report is to relate observations on the effect of Rauwiloid in a group of older arteriosclerotic-hypertensive patients who were followed for over a year.

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The Canadian Medical Association Journal

This study shows that rauwolfia extracts or its pure alkaloid reserpine is a good new agent in the treatment of essential hypertension.

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Four cases treated with Rauwolfia Serpentina

In this case study Rauwolfia was used to treat sever headaches and also reliefs muscle pain like pain in back and lower limbs.

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Natural Products Drug Discovery Research In India

This review focuses on the contributions made from India in the drug discovery and development process and provides future directions in the area

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THE USE OF HERBS FOR TREATING CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE

The integration of proven complementary therapies with conventional treatments in heart disease will allow cardiologists to offer many additional options to their patients, possibly improving quality of life and reducing human suffering.

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ORIENTAL JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY

This study confirms flavonoid Kaempherol in the leaves of Rauwolfia serpentina which have free radical scavenging activity due to which leaves of this plant possess antioxidant properties.

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International Journal of Advanced Science and Research

The article will review the concepts of whole herb and its extracts, published information in this regard in order to draw a possible suggestive conclusion for safe and effective use of sarpagandha.

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Traditional herbs:a remedy for cardiovascular disorders

These approaches will help in establishing them as remedies for cardiovascular diseases and including them in the main stream of healthcare system.

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In vivo functional properties of gymnemic acid isolated from Gymnema sylvestre

The present study was carried out to analyze the anti-stress, anti-allergic, and antiulcer activity of the bioactive compounds present in Gymnema sylvestre leaves.

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Characterisation of the Insulinotropic Activity of an Aqueous Extract of Gymnema Sylvestre

To examine the effects of a novel GS extract (termed OSA) on insulin secretion from the MIN6 β-cell line and isolated human islets of Langerhans. These data indicate that low concentrations of the GS isolate OSA stimulate insulin secretion in vitro, at least in part as a consequence of Ca2+ influx, without compromising β-cell viability.

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GYMNEMA SYLVESTRE,IN THE CONTROL OF DIABETES MELLITUS AND THE ASSOCIATED PATHOLOGICAL CHANGES

Increased glycoprotein, which is the major metabolic abnormality in diabetes mellitus and the resultant nephropathy, retinopathy and micro and macroangiopathy, is brought under control by the administration of the leaf extract.

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Phytochemical and Pharmacological Properties of Gymnema sylvestre

The present review is a research update on Gymnema sylvestre, a rare herb with significant medicinal attributes with an overview of its ethnobotanical uses, phytochemistry dealing with an in-depth study of its phytochemicals, and their bioactivities.

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Gymnema sylvestre: An Alternative Therapeutic Agent for Management of Diabetes

The focus of the present review is to achieve the potential of therapeutic value of this herb and mechanism and action of their secondary metabolites.

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An Evidence-Based Systematic Review of Gymnema

An evidence-based systematic review of gymnema (Gymnema sylvestre R. Br.), including written and statistical analysis of scientific literature, expert opinion, folkloric precedent, history, pharmacology, kinetics/dynamics, interactions, adverse effects, toxicology, and dosing.

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Gymnema Sylvestre (Gurmar): A Review

The present review is an attempt to highlight the various ethnobotanical and traditional uses as well as phytochemical and pharmacological reports on G. sylvestre.

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Gymnema sylvestre: A Memoir

This review will try to put forth an overall idea about the plant as well as present a molecular perspective linking the common medicine to the most common metabolic disorders.

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Gymnema sylvestre for Diabetics

This article elucidates the botany, biochemistry, pharmacology, and medicinal uses of the plant.

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Immunomodulatory Effect of Gymnema sylvestre

Through this study, the traditional knowledge of anti-diabetic property of G. sylvestre is scientifically supplemented with its immunomodulatory properties.

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An overview on the advances of Gymnema sylvestre: chemistry, pharmacology and patents

Chemistry and pharmacology of Gymnema sylvestre is reviewed relying on research papers and patent literature. Extracts of this plant are widely used in Australian, Japanese, Vietnamese and Indian folk medicine.

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Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry

This review considered the mechanism of these membrane interactions and their consequences including the modulation of membrane dynamics, interaction with membrane rafts and membrane lysis.

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REVIEW ON GYMNEMA: AN HERBAL MEDICINE FOR DIABETES MANAGEMENT

The present review elaborate the bioactives and some facts and mechanism which make this herb an effective remedy for the same.

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Rauwolfia serpentina in the Treatment of Angina Pectoris

This article is the review of the concepts of whole herb and its extracts, published information in this regard in order to draw a possible suggestive conclusion for safe and effective use of sarpagandha.

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Therapeutic uses of Rauwolfia serpentina

The article will review the concepts of whole herb and its extracts, published information in this regard in order to draw a possible suggestive conclusion for safe and effective use of sarpagandha.

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Rauwolfia in the Treatment of Hypertension

The plant’s botany, chemistry, and pharmacology and provides a researched and documented method of action for the active ingredients. The plant’s role in treating high blood pressure, the medical uses of the plant, critically examining its adverse side effects, toxicology, and carcinogenicity.

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Potential antioxidant and antimicrobial activity of Gymnema sylvestre

Gymnema extract showed significant antimicrobial activity against the bacteria P aeruginosa, S aureus and the fungus F oxysporum. This raises the possibility that it can provide long term benefits in diabetics by reducing long term complications.

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Effect of Administration with the Extract of Gymnema sylvestre leaves on Lipid Metabolism in Rats

Gymnema sylvestre improved serum cholesterol and triglyceride levels through influence over a wide range of lipid metabolism in rats.

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ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF GYMNEMIC ACID FROM GYMNEMA SYLVESTRE IN CONTROL OF DIABETES

The extract of Gymnema sylvestre is useful in controlling blood sugar to treat type-II diabetes. It increases the insulin producing b-cells of pancreas and significantly reduces the metabolic effects of sugar by preventing the intestine from absorbing the sugar molecules during the process of digestion.

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Anti-Microbial, Anti-Oxidant and Anti-Ulcerogenic Effects of Shilajit on Gastric Ulcer in Rats

1Mohamed-I. Kotb El-Sayed, 1Hatem-K. Amin and 2Ali-G. Al-Kaf 1Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Faculty of Pharmacy, Helwan University, Ain Helwan, Helwan P.O. Box 11790, Cairo, Egypt 2Department of Medicinal Chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, Sana’a University, Madbah, P.O. Box 19065, Sana’a, Yemen

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Effect of Shilajit on Lipid Profile of Hyperlipidemic Albino Rats and Comparison with Simvastatin

It is a case-controlled interventional study of eight weeks’ duration. 30 adult male albino rats weighing about 220-250g divided randomly into three groups A, B, and C. Hyperlipidemia was induced in B and C; afterwards drugs, Shilajit and simvastatin were given. Blood samples of all groups for lipid profile were evaluated at 0, 4, and 8 weeks.

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Shilajitin Cancer Treatment: Probable Mode of Action

Cancer is a horrible disease which is leadingcause of death after cardiovascular disease. The principal etiological factor for cancer comprise mutagens, toxins, free radicals, radiations apart from many other causes, inflammation can increase the threat of cancer development and progression. Indian medical system

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The effects of Shilajit supplementation on fatigue-induced

Shilajit is a safe, fluvic mineral complex exudate that is common to Ayurvedic medicine and is composed of fulvic acids, dibenzo-α-pyrones, proteins, and minerals.

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IN VITRO ANTIOXIDANT AND ANTI-ARTHRITIC ACTIVITIES OF SHILAJIT

All biological molecules are prone to oxidative damage by free radicals such as reactive oxygen species (ROS) and reactive nitrogen species (RNS).

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Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine

Shilajit is considered as one of the of Ayurveda. Neither a plant nor anima lw sounbdsetra nmceed, iict iinse as amsi ntehreayl pbietccho mthea tw oaorzmes ifnr otmh et hseu mromckesr omf othnet hHs

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SHILAJIT: EVALUTION OF ITS EFFECTS ON BLOOD CHEMISTRY OF NORMAL HUMAN SUBJECTS

Shilajit is a bituminous substance which is compact mass of vegetables matter composed of dark, red, gummy matrix interspersed with vegetable fibres, sand and earthy matter (1).

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MEDICINAL PROPERTIES OF SHILAJIT A REVIEW

Shilajit is an exudation from rock during hot sunny days. Though it may be occurring in many parts of the world but India was the first to highlight its tremendous therapeutic value for many centuries BC [1]. Ayurveda mentions it as wonderful medicine.

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Shilajit : A Natural Phytocomplex with Potential Procognitive Activity

Shilajit also known in the north of India as salajit, shilajatu, mimie, or mummiyo is a blackish-brown powder or an exudate from high mountain rocks, especially in the Himalayans mountains between India and Nepal, although it has been also found in Russia, Tibet, Afghanistan, and now in the north of Chile, named as Andean Shilajit [1].

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The Effects of Shilajit on Brain Edema, Intracranial Pressure

Mortality or permanent disability following the brain injury is a major health challenge throughout the world. Studies show that approximately 1.5-2 millions traumatic brain injuries per year in the United States (1) imposing 10 billion dollars of expense (2).

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Effect of shilajit on blood glucose and lipid profile in alloxaninduced diabetic rats

Diabetes mellitus is a major public health problem in the developed as well as developing countries. It is ranked seventh among the leading causes of death, and third when all its fatal complications are taken into account.

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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH AND BIO-SCIENCE

Aphrodisiacs are the substances which are used to increase sexual activity and help in fertility. Sexual feelings are an inevitable part of life. The basic and fundamental purpose of sex and sexuality is the “continuation of progeny” and the survival of human race.

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The Human Skeletal Muscle Transcriptome in Response to Oral Shilajit Supplementation

In recent years, understanding effectiveness of nutritional supplements in enhancing skeletal muscle performance and attenuating muscle injury has gained marked interest.1

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Environmental Research

Antiviral activity of natural humic substances and shilajit materials against HIV-1: Relation to structure

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