Das Anti Hair Loss Treating Shampoo für Männer von Medavita reinigt mit der Kombiwirkung von Sereno repens, Moringa und Kurkuma sanft Ihre Kopfhaut. Die Wachstumsphase der Haare wird verlängert, der Fettfilm entfernt und so wird dem Haarausfall mit einer sanften und pflegenden Reinigung wunderbar entgegengewirkt. Dieses Shampoo eignet sich für häufiges Haarewaschen.
Plants used in traditional are assumed to be safe due to the long-term use by traditional healers. Herbal medicinal preparations and their proprietary products are being used more and more widely throughout the world for treating varies ailments. Hence evaluating and ensuring their quality becomes increasingly urgent. Many medicinal plants have been found effective in the cure of bacterial diseases. Due to increasing antibiotic resistance in microorganisms and side effects of synthetic medicinal plants are now gaining popularity in the treatment of bacterial infections. Medicinal plants are considered as clinically effective and safer alternatives to the synthetic antibiotics. Moringa oleifera leaves to treat common medical conditions but a few use it for preventing and treating malnutrition. Presence of Phytochemicals indicates possible preventive and curative properties of Moringa oleifera leaves. There is need to carry out more pharmacological studies to support the use of Moringa oleifera as a medicinal plant.
This book offers a new paradigm shift in water and wastewater treatment. The use of plant materials with coagulants and a disinfection property has been researched, in tandem with plastic anaerobic digesters. The slow sand filter systems for treating water, is well known, but takes time to generate clean water, while more that 1·2 billion people continue to drink suspicious or unsafe water. Research on plant coagulants such as Moringa Oliefera and others, has been thus far limited to the isolation of pure compounds and has taken several years. Minimal efforts though, have been directed towards practical water treatment systems on the ground, which are resilient while utilising available resources. The shift in technological thought here is rather to integrate the two simple technologies of sand filters and plant coagulants to bring about clean water within a relatively short space of time, employing clean plastic digesters to decontaminate wastewater. Laboratory data and practical field experimentation are provided in this book to prove the potentials available within these technologies.
The antiviral activity of plants Glyceriza glabra (roots), Phyllanthus amblicus (Fruit), Eugenia jamolana (Leaves), and Moringa oleifera (Leaves) were evaluated against Infectious bursal disease virus (IBDv) in this study. Ethanolic extraction of these plants was carried out by using Soxhlet apparatus. Four dilutions of each extracts viz 100, 50, 25 and 12.5 g/ml were made. Vero cells were infected by identified infectious bursal disease for antiviral assay. Dilutions of these extracts were applied in triplicate manner on Vero cells (infected by IBDv), that are confluent in 96 well cell culture plates. The cytotoxic activity of mentioned plant extracts was carried out by treating the cells by the same dilutions as used in antiviral assay and incubated the both 96 well cell culture plates for four days. After this incubation, viability of cells was determined by MTT [3-(4,5-dimethylthiazol 2-yl)-2,5-diphenyltetrazolium bromide] colorimetric assay. Endpoint of these assays was measured in terms of cell survival percentage. Results were compared for qualitative variables using Chi-square technique and quantitative variables by linear regression analysis.