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Ebnemasouyeh pharmaceutical Co. as the first producer of Herbal Dry Extracts in IRAN, was established in 1991, and takes advantage of modern spray drier technology.

and now we produce best grade of pharmaceutical starch, herbal drugs , essence , dry and liquid extracts

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Ancient herb for modern times
Ancient herb for modern times
Placebo-controlled, Russian clinical study showed that an extract of Rhodiola rosea enhanced physical fitness, improved neuro-motor test responses, reduced mental fatigue, and improved general well being in a group of healthy medical students undergoing a stressful exam period (the student were ... [ More ]

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Kava Extract Relieves Anxiety
The results of a meta-analysis study, performed by Researchers at the University of Exeter, UK on kava (Piper methysticum G. Forster., Piperaceae), showed that compared with placebo, kava extract is an efficacious treatment for generalized anxiety. Results of this meta-analysis demonstrated a ... [ More ]

Every cell in our body generates waste that must be removed to preserve normal function. This process is called autophagy and is known to decline in efficiency as we age. When excess cellular debris is allowed to accumulate in our cells, normal function is altered and the cell begins to ... [ More ]

Lavender Essential Oil calms you
Lavender has an instantly calming effect on nerves, relieving tension, depression, and even headaches! Lavender has the Latin name Lavare, which means “to wash”, due to its aroma that gives the feeling of a clean aroma. Lavender essential oil has a calming scent which makes ... [ More ]

this yellow drug
A new clinical trial supports the benefits to people with osteoarthritis who used a unique extract of turmeric (Curcuma longa). Scientists in Italy have studied the pain-relief, increased flexibility, and other effects of a special, patented extract of the roots of turmeric, the flavorful spice ... [ More ]

Aloe Opens Blood Vessels!
Once you're a diabetic, you will always be a diabetic. But that doesn't mean there is nothing you can do. You too can take your health in your own hands:  Patrick Lecky Patrick Lecky is the author of the new book: "How to Fight Type 2 Diabetes & WIN!" - PRIMAL Foods & Natural ... [ More ]

healing with aromatherapy
  Aromatherapy is the use of aromas, found in nature, to help influence the mind and physiological processes. Odors we smell have a significant impact on how we feel. Aromas, or scents, actually “light up” or activate, certain parts of our brain when they are inhaled. Life ... [ More ]

herbs in migrane
Many herbal medicines can provide relief from migraine headache. Here are some examples (of course patient should consult with practitioner for how to use them): §      Feverfew §      Ginkgo biloba ... [ More ]

Happy doctor’s day: first day of shahrivar
Happy doctor’s day: first day of shahrivar
We honour the physicians for their commitment to the Iranian’s health, and for continued commitment to providing exceptional medical care.  ... [ More ]

The herbs that protect you against Alzheimer
Fill your home with licorice, turmeric, rosemary, sage, ginko, and chamomile.  People first used these plants as a food and later discovered that they also had impressive medicinal properties.  The neuropathology of Alzheimer consists of neuronal loss and atrophy, principally in the ... [ More ]

Biodegradable plastics derived from corn starch
"Biopolymer applications are emerging fast and expected to grow rapidly, particularly for one-trip and technical packaging, paper and board coating, adhesives, paints, agricultural and horticultural applications. Starch, the reserve carbohydrate of plants, is a cheap, renewable and readily ... [ More ]

Of rheumatoid arthritis
Researchers claimed drinking a lot of tea increases the risk of rheumatoid arthritis. Their study found that four or more cups a day caused the highest risk. It made the women 78 % more likely to develop rheumatoid arthritis than those who drank no tea. Drinking any amount of tea increased the ... [ More ]

no heart burn any more
Heartburn is a nasty burning sensation in the throat or chest which occurs often after eating and when lying down. It can be painful or just uncomfortable and may be caused by reflux where the acid from the stomach comes back  to esophagos . This can have serious effects on the body if it ... [ More ]

tea with what?
Studies have shown catechins from the green tea plant and Camellia sinensis are able to detoxify toxic chemicals, reduce risk of heart attack, inhibit cancer cell activity and stimulate production of immune-strengthening enzymes.  Catechins are relatively unstable in non-acidic environments, ... [ More ]

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Ginkgo biloba for preventing cognitive decline in older adults: A randomized trial in Pennsylvania:
The herbal product Ginkgo biloba is taken frequently with the intention of improving cognitive health in aging. However, evidence from adequately powered clinical trials is lacking regarding its effect on long-term cognitive functioning.  To determine whether G. biloba slows the rates of ... [ More ]

herbal remedy for vitiligo
Vitiligo is a curable skin disease. Many people with vitiligo feel depression and start lacking confidence because of their white spots. These people are tensed and want to get back their lost skin pigmentation. For such people herbal treatment. Herbal treatments are a proven way of vitiligo. ... [ More ]

Citrulline is a non-essential amino acid that is that is found in melons. It is an important intermediate in the urea cycle, functioning along with Arginine and Ornithine to rid the body of ammonia, a byproduct of protein metabolism. Because Citrulline is a precursor of Arginine, it provides a ... [ More ]

What is aromatherapy?
Aromatherapy, or essential oils therapy, is using a plant's aroma-producing oils (essential oils) to treat disease. Essential oils are taken from a plant's flowers, leaves, stalks, bark, rind, or roots. The oils are mixed with another substance (such as oil, alcohol, or lotion) and then put on ... [ More ]

food : cancer
What is cancer anyways? Well, it’s essentially a good cell gone bad. It’s one that replicates over and over and over and eventually takes over the body. They starve out the other, healthy cells of the body and that is why it can be such a slow and painful death. Most health experts ... [ More ]

Which diseases can be cured by the plant that named “flowering top of a cabbage”? Broccoli extract is valuable in resolving the symptoms of Amnesia, can stifle the growth of human prostate cancer cells, to thwarting the herpes virus; beneficial in the prevention of heart diseases, ... [ More ]

herbs in Canon
herbs in Canon
Science Daily (Oct. 30, 2009):  One of the fathers of medicine, the great Persian scholar Avicenna left a wealth of information in his many works. Iranian academics dust off one of these in an article published in the SAGE journal Therapeutic Advances in Respiratory Disease, sharing in ... [ More ]

affected or not
  Antioxidant Activity of Tea affected by Milk?    The antioxidant activity of green and black tea (Camellia sinensis (L.), Theaceae) in the body (in vivo) is well established, but an important question remains: Does the addition of milk to tea inhibit the bioavailability of ... [ More ]

muscle cramp
  Muscle Cramps Cramps in the muscles occur when muscle fail to stretch out after contracting. Muscle cramps may be caused by electrolyte deficiency, physical overexertion, staying in one position for too long, imbalanced hormones, allergies, poor circulation, ... [ More ]

Dark chocolate
Dark chocolate
A new study by Nestlé researchers suggests that eating a few pieces of dark chocolate (20g of dark chocolate every day for up to 14 days) may improve the metabolic response of people who report feeling highly stressed. Anxiety and stress can cause various changes in physical and ... [ More ]