The latest launch from theDr.com draws on the latest findings from highly-respected and peer-reviewed journals, exploring the potential of bioactive herbal formulas in combating a range of neurological and physiological ailments. The new campaign coincides with the release of the company’s new brain health recipe book.
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The campaign, headed by company director Dr. Tom O’Bryan, points to recent studies that highlight the role that nerve growth factors (NGF) and brain-derived neurotrophic factors (BDNF) can play in stimulating neuronal activity. There is a growing body of evidence that suggests bioavailable compounds derived from herbs and plants offer an effective alternative to prescription medication in slowing cognitive decline.
According to Very Well Health, Catuaba is a herbal remedy derived from the bark of trees found in the Brazilian rainforest. The bark has been used for centuries by indigenous tribes such as the Tupi Indians. An animal study published by the Neurochemical Research journal found that Catuaba extracted from the Trachilia Catigua tree significantly reduced oxidative stress in the hippocampus, pointing to its potential as a neuroprotective treatment for memory loss.
Dr. O’Bryan explains that Catuaba can reduce neurological inflammation and prevent the loss of long-term retrograde memory as per the Behavioral Brain Research journal. By stimulating blood flow and oxygen to the brain, the bark can also reduce the threat of stroke and cerebral hypoxia.
The campaign also highlights Catuaba’s potential in treating a range of other conditions such as anxiety, depression, bronchitis, bacterial infections, low libido, asthma, obesity, and skin cancer.
The website is committed to disseminating the latest research into complementary medicinal approaches to chronic health conditions. Dr. O’Bryan is a globally-renowned expert on auto-immune disease and a passionate advocate for herbal solutions to medication-resistant disorders. The company’s research is made possible by its partnership with Sun Horse Energy.
A spokesperson says, “To address lifestyle diseases requires a different type of thinking. You cannot treat Alzheimer’s disease with medication. Arresting the progression of lifestyle diseases and reversing many health hurdles and symptoms is an inside job – healing from the inside out, one cell at a time. Come on in, look around, and let’s see how we can help.”
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