Zhang 1 ,. Text mining and other literature-based investigations can assist in identifying natural products for experimental and clinical research. This article details a method for system-atically analyzing data derived from the classical Chinese medical literature. This review explores how the terminology for these disorders has changed over time and which herbs have been used more or less frequently, and compares the results from the premodern literature with the herbs indexed for memory disorders in a modern pharmacopoeia.
Chinese Herbs for Memory Disorders: A Review and Systematic Analysis of Classical Herbal Literature
LITERATURE REVIEW OF MEDICINAL PLANTS | MARTINS LIBRARY
Medicinal herbs and their derivative phytocompounds are being increasingly recognized as useful complementary treatments for cancer. A large volume of clinical studies have reported the beneficial effects of herbal medicines on the survival, immune modulation, and quality of life QOL of cancer patients, when these herbal medicines are used in combination with conventional therapeutics. Here, we briefly review some examples of clinical studies that investigated the use of herbal medicines for various cancers and the development of randomized controlled trials RCTs in this emerging research area. In addition, we also report recent studies on the biochemical and cellular mechanisms of herbal medicines in specific tumor microenvironments and the potential application of specific phytochemicals in cell-based cancer vaccine systems. This review should provide useful technological support for evidence-based application of herbal medicines in cancer therapy. A range of clinical studies have indicated that a spectrum of anticancer activities from various herbal medicines can be detected. In this section, we have organized and classified the clinical use of a number of herbal medicines according to their suppressive effect on specific cancer types Table 1.
Herbal Teas and their Health Benefits: A Scoping Review
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