An ancient herbal medicine used in Ayurveda, which is considered a traditional Indian medicine, has been made more popular with the development of a new type of cancer treatment.
Sage herb medicines are believed to be the perfect treatment for certain types of cancer, including breast cancer.
But the herb has been understudied for decades because the effects are still not clear.
Ayurvival uses a plant-based extract, which can contain cancer-fighting compounds called terpenes, that are often found in herbs.
The extract also has some anti-inflammatory properties, but no proven anticancer properties.
In the past, cancer-treatment experts said they believed that the herb was effective for cancer patients but that their cancer cells had been removed.
The new research, published in the journal Nature, suggests that a new class of cancer treatments could use a similar plant-derived extract to treat other types of cancers, including skin cancer.
A similar herb known as bhut Jolokia was also used in the 1950s to treat skin cancer and was also found to be effective against certain types, including non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Ayu-Raksha is a unique form of bhutan jolokia that is believed to have cancer-causing effects, and the new study found that it has anti-cancer properties.
Dr Mihir G. Singh, a molecular biologist at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, who led the research, said that the study was important because it looked at how an ancient plant-source extract, called bhuti jolokosan, was used to treat certain types.
Dr Singh said the plant’s terpenoid, tannins, were thought to have a similar effect to the terpenoids found in many plants, including sage.
The terpenols in sage are thought to act as antioxidants.
Dr G.S. Singh said this extract had been used for centuries for treating various types of disease, including acne, diabetes, and arthritis.
The ancient herb was used in traditional Ayurveks to treat cancer, but scientists had not understood how the extract could treat certain cancers.
The study, which used samples from human subjects, indicated that sage had anti-tumor properties, Dr Singh told ABC News.
Dr Jagdish Srivastava, a researcher at the Indian Institute of Science, Hyderabad, said this research showed the effectiveness of a plant extract.
“The ancient plant extract that we have is a potent cancer treatment,” Dr Srivartava said.
“It was used for cancer treatments in the past.
So it’s possible to use this extract to reduce the risk of cancer.””
And the same terpenol and tannin content that we use in the same plants as sage are also found in this extract.
So it’s possible to use this extract to reduce the risk of cancer.”
The terpenogens in sage were thought for centuries to have anti-nausea, anti-rejection and anti-emetic properties.
And it was thought that these terpenants were used to make tea, to make medicines, to improve health, to treat diseases like cancer.
“The study also looked at the efficacy of two different treatments, which were both based on the same extract.
One treatment was given to patients who had recently undergone chemotherapy.
Dr Sivastava said this study was a step forward in understanding how sage was used as a cancer treatment, but further research was needed to confirm the effectiveness. “
We found that the extract is very effective in these patients,” Dr Singh added.
Dr Sivastava said this study was a step forward in understanding how sage was used as a cancer treatment, but further research was needed to confirm the effectiveness.
The Indian government, which was responsible for developing the plant extract, did not respond to requests for comment.
The discovery could help explain why bhuta joloksan is more effective than other types or herbal extracts.
“There is a strong correlation between the tumor and the terpene content of the plant, and it is very possible that the terpsin is responsible for the tumor response,” Dr G Singh said.
A plant extract extracted from the bhutt Jolokosansan plant was used by researchers to treat melanoma patients.
“Our data suggest that this extract, with a high terpain content, is effective in controlling melanoma,” Dr Aishwarya Singh, director of the Institute of Biological Sciences, said in a statement.