Therapeutic Efficacy of the Neuroprotective Plant Adaptogen in Neurodegenerative Disease (Parkinson’s Disease as an Example)
- 155 Downloads
Therapeutic efficacy of the plant neuroprotector Phytomix-40 in Parkinson’s disease was demonstrated. This preparation consists of the components from extracts of 40 plants, including some adaptogens (ginseng, eleutherococcus, Rhodiola rosea, etc.). The preparation normalized immune, antioxidant, and hormonal parameters in patients. The neuroprotective plant adaptogen can be used in complex therapy for Parkinson’s disease for improving its efficacy.
Key WordsParkinson’s disease neuroprotectors adaptogens immunomodulatory action
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 2.O. A. Bocharova, Composition of Ingredients for the Drug Phytomax-40 [in Russian], RF Inventor’s Certificate No. 2099410 of 20.12.1997.Google Scholar
- 3.O. A. Bocharova, A. Yu. Baryshnikov, and M. I. Davydov, Plant Adaptogens in Oncology and Gerontology [in Russian], Moscow (2008).Google Scholar
- 4.G. N. Kryzhanovsky, I. N. Karaban’, S. V. Magaeva et al., Parkinson’s Disease (Etiology, Pathogenesis, Clinics, Therapy, and Prevention) [in Russian], Moscow (2002).Google Scholar
- 5.E. V. Bocharov, V. G. Kucheryanu, G. N. Kryzhanovsky et al., Eur. J. Neurol., 22, No. 13, 438 (2006).Google Scholar