Contents Introduction Botany and ethnopharmacology Botany Ethnopharmacology Phytochemistry Phenolic compounds Flavonoids Volatile compounds Others Pharmacological effects Adaptogenic
Anticancer Antidiabetic Antihypertensive Anti-inflammatory and immunomodulating Antimicrobial Antiobesity Antioxidant Antitussive Antiviral Cerebro-protective Diuretic Gastroprotective Hepatoprotective Skin whitening Toxicity Conclusion Conflict of interest Acknowledgment References
In this case, we have put this patient on a testosterone adaptogenic
herb and some adrenal support; the babesia symptoms are better, but the babesia is not gone.
This summer, Organix-South introduced TheraNeem Naturals Facial Oil Serums featuring a blend of adaptogenic
concentrated extracts specifically chosen for their ability to feed the skin.
Like ashwagandha, rhodiola rosea is an herb with adaptogenic
Also known as "Holy Basil," this sacred Indian herb is rich in antioxidants, and has multiple adaptogenic
properties, thought to protect the body from the harms of physical and mental stress.
Rhodiola is an adaptogenic
herb which may help with jet lag and variations in altitude and temperature.
Hence the importance of being able to cope with stress--this is where adaptogenic
herbs can help.
De-coding the secret to intelligent beauty The efficiency of In &Out skin care and wellness treatment range combines biotechnological and/or scientifically chosen natural ingredients with adaptogenic
Ginselect is a standardized ginseng extract that is widely used for its tonic and adaptogenic
Clinical trials have verified many effects of reishis, including potent anti-tumor (sarcoma and hepatoma) action, adaptogenic
and immune stimulating qualities, and spleen cell regeneration.
These steroid-like phytochemicals have adaptogenic
properties, which makes ginseng able to counter the effects of stress.
Citrus Blast and Cranberry Grape, chock full of adaptogenic