> być może Ty potrafisz odpowiedz na pytanie czy takie specyfiki pomagają
Tak. Jesli pomagaja to winny byc badania to potwierdzajace _na pacjentach_. Tu
masz wyszukiwarki artykulow naukowych:
Poza badaniami na liniach komorkowych nie ma nawet badan na myszach, nie mowiac
o myszach z ludzkimi nowotworami okreslonego typu.
Volume 66, Issue 1, January 2005, Pages 5-29
Ethnobotany, phytochemistry and pharmacology of Uncaria (Rubiaceae)
Mary E. Heitzman et al.
U. tomentosa (Willd.) DC. – Found only in Central and South America this species
is known as “Uña de gato” or “cat’s claw”. Reports consider U. tomentosa to be
one of the most important medicinal plants to the Ashaninka people in the
Peruvian rainforest. The significance of Uña de Gato is emphasized by its
exclusive use by Ashaninka priests to influence the communication between the
physical and spiritual dimensions of human beings (Keplinger et al., 1999). Its
many therapeutic uses come from the aqueous extract of the bark or root bark,
and include a wide range of treatments. It is reported to be a remedy for
abscesses, allergies, arthritis, asthma, cancer, chemotherapy side effects,
contraception, disease prevention, fevers, gastric ulcers, hemorrhages,
inflammations, menstrual irregularity, recovery from child birth, rheumatism,
skin impurities, urinary tract inflammation, viral infections, weakness, wounds,
and others (Cerri et al., 1988, Aquino et al., 1991, Rizzi et al., 1993, Wurm et
al., 1998 and Lemaire et al., 1999).
Innymi slowy U. tomentosa w/g stosujacych ja szamanow zdeje sie leczyc wszystko.
Dobra jest na pryszcze, nieregularne miesiaczki, pomga w pologu zapobiega
ciazy, krwawieniom, reuatyzmowi etc.etc. Widac dziala na wszystko poza lekiem
wysokosci i uzaleznieniem od gier komputerowych.
Toxicological Aspects of the South American Herbs Cat's Claw (Uncaria tomentosa)
and Maca (Lepidium meyenii): A Critical Synopsis.
Toxicological Reviews. 24(1):11-35, 2005.
Valerio, Luis G Jr 1; Gonzales, Gustavo F 2
The oxindole alkaloids from the root bark of cat's claw are thought to invoke
its most widely sought-after medicinal effects as a herbal remedy against
inflammation. We find the scientific evidence supporting this claim is not
conclusive and although there exists a base of information addressing this
medicinal use, it is limited in scope with some evidence accumulated from in
vitro studies towards understanding possible mechanisms of action by specific
oxindole alkaloids through inhibition of nuclear factor (NF)-[kappa]B
activation. Although controlled clinical studies have demonstrated reduction in
pain associated with cat's claw intake in patients with various chronic
inflammatory disorders, there is insufficient clinical data overall to draw a
firm conclusion for its anti-inflammatory effects. An important observation was
that experimental results were often dependent upon the nature of the
preparation used. It appears that the presence of unknown substances has an
important role in the overall effects of cat's claw extracts is an important
factor for consideration. The available animal toxicological studies did not
indicate severe toxicity from oral intake of cat's claw preparations but rather
were suggestive of a low potential for acute and subacute oral toxicity, and a
lack of evidence to demonstrate genotoxic potential and mutagenic activity.
== niewiele wiadomo. I wiara nic w tym nie zmienia.