Could you have ever thought that your favourite Chinese soup may help keep dementia at bay? A recent research says so. According to the research, a few ingredients found in China's soups can help prevent Dementia. Scientists from China have used traces of three prime ingredients from China's ancient medicine practices which is a 3000-year-old method that aims to control the energy flow in the body and is also used in day to day pharmaceutical technology to create a formula to cope up with dementia, which has no cure till date. World Alzheimer’s Day 2018: 5 Myths about The Commonest Form of Dementia.
The resulting blend of ginseng, ginkgo biloba and saffron extracts, called Sailuotong or SLT, is due to enter a late-stage study in Melbourne this month, and a larger clinical trial to validate its impact is slated to begin in China later this year. Ultrasound To Treat Dementia? Japanese Scientists Use Low-Intensity Pulsed Ultrasound To Improve Brain Functions.
In the field of research which is full of riddles and failures, this invention offers an Untrodden avenue. This success of SLT can be a turning point as it will be approved medicine to treat the vascular causes of dementia which is age-related deterioration that resembles Alzheimers Diseases.
China is still seeking to validate a modern approach to pharmaceutical innovation which will be a mixture of combining the traditional wisdom of ancient medicines with the scientific thoroughness of day to day drug development. Dementia Decoded: Holistic Tips Will Improve Mental Health.