Sceletium

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Sceletium

African plant genus in the family Aizoaceae; contain soluble oxalates which cause nephrosis, uremia and urolithiasis.
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Zembrin, from PLT Health Solutions, is the first patented, standardized and clinically studied extract of a specific cultivar of Sceletium tortuosum.
a patented stem and leaf extract of Sceletium tortuosum plants used for centuries by the San Bushmen in South Africa, that helps boost mood and has been clinically shown to increase cognitive function; KSM-66(TM) ashwagandha extract that also has been clinically demonstrated to lower cortisol levels and ease feelings of stress and anxiety; and B vitamins, including B6, B12, and a special kind of folic acid called Quatrefolic[sup.
But could Zembrin [R], a patented extract of the herb Sceletium tortuosum, traditionally used by the San and Khoi peoples of Southern Africa as an analgesic, antispasmodic, sedative, tonic and mood elevator, give conventional medications and existing herbal alternatives a run for their money?
Sutherlandia Frutescens, known in South Africa as Cancer Bush, and Sceletium Tortuosum, a plant with recorded usage dating back to the 1600s, are now available through the Los Angeles based importer.
Badmaev, of American Medical Holdings, noted the stamina-building properties of Sceletium tortuosum (L.
Study is the First to Test the Activity of Sceletium tortuosum on Brain Activity and the First to Study the Effects of a Dual PDE4 and 5-HT Reuptake Inhibitor in Humans
Zembrin (patented, standardized and clinically studied extract of an elite selection of Sceletium tortuosum, also known as kanna), and Synapsa (patented, standardized form of Bacopa monnieri): In March of this year, PLT Health Solutions, Inc.
Bryanston, South Africa) announced today that they will conduct a full-scale launch of Zembrin Sceletium tortuosum extract at Supply Side West, 3-5 November in Las Vegas.
A standardized, characterized and patented botanical extract from the Sceletium tortuosum herb, Zembrin's unique composition is based on more than 300 years of documented indigenous use and has been developed for modern use in conjunction with recognized representatives of the indigenous knowledge-holders, the South African San Council, said PL Thomas' Barbara Davis, PhD, RD, director of medical and scientific affairs.
Flowerman said, is the patented Zembrin ingredient, the first standardized and clinically studied extract of an elite selection of Sceletium tortuosum, which is known by the San people of South Africa as "Kanna.
Zembrin is the world's first patented, standardized and clinically studied extract of Sceletium tortuosum, according to the companies.
Some are: Sceletium Tortuosum, Aloe Ferox, Hartogiella