Manufacture Of Herbal Capsule For Alzheimer’s Patients By Incensole Acetate, Melittin And Curcumin | 106580
Journal of Alzheimers Disease & Parkinsonism
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Alzheimer???s disease is one of the major causes of dementia and the major degenerative brain disease in the world. Treatment
of this disease is one of the main concerns of the World Health Organization in the next century. Alzheimer???s patients
are known to have progressive and chronic memory impairment, speech worsening and functional impairment. There are
currently no definitive treatments for Alzheimer's disease. But herbal medicine can reduce the symptoms and make life easier
for the patient, in other words, the process of further treatment means preventing the progression of the disease and controlling
the symptoms, mental and behavioral disorders caused by it. Nowadays, due to the complications of many chemical drugs and
patients prefer for the use of herbal medicines, there is a good platform for the development of this approach, to make the
herbal capsule from the incensole acetate, miltinin and curcumin combination to help develop and alleviate the symptoms
of Alzheimer's disease. The product should be completely natural without any chemical elements. In sterile conditions, the
ingredients are mixed with 250 mg of incensole acetate, 150 mg of curcumin, 100 mg of maltitol by spatula, in the form of a
homogeneous mixture of powdered toothpaste. The powder mixture was weighed to 500 mg with weights accurately in mg and
then poured 'into 500 mg capsules. The mixture shows improvement in the Alzheimer???s disease treatment.
Masoomeh Mohamadpour is currently working as an Assistant Professor at the Neuroscience Research Center, Iran University of Medical Sciences. Her research interest is in herbal medicine in Alzheimer’s disease.