Relax your brain and body with the Ayurvedic product-Neura drops!
This research-based product helps in Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's, Motor Neuron Disorder. Neura drops help to pacify Vata Dosha. Great for slip disc and sciatica sufferers!
Maintain Healthy Brain Function - Neura Drop is a research based Ayurvedic product used to maintain healthy brain function. It helps the conditions such as Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer, Motor neuron disease, and Sciatica. This also improves neural functions overall for people with slip disc or sciatica where we pacify Vata dosha and nourishes the nervous system.
Neura Drops are drugs derived from botanicals that are used in Ayurvedic medicine for neurological disorders like cerebral palsy & amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS but they can be applied in all cases of neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s & multiple sclerosis.
Ayurveda is the oldest of the living world's medical systems, and thus has a vast wealth of experience in neurological disorders. In ayurveda treatment for neurological disease, initially we strive to restore the patients' health by correcting their imbalances through diet, herbs and specific medicated massages (abhyangas). If the patient is seriously ill, then we administer specific medicated oils and massages as well.
Ayurvedic medicated oil, which is used for Drops NEURA is made from herbs that have wonderful vipak potency in controlling neurological disorders. There are many symptoms associated with neurodegenerative diseases such as tremors, dizziness, seizures, etc., but the peripheral nervous system (PNS) disease also causes some unique characteristics such as sensory disturbances or burning sensations on skin that can be used for diagnostic purposes by ayurvedic physicians. Ayurveda believes that all these weird symptoms are caused because of a 'dysbalance' in our physiology and treatment is given to restore this balance. Thus a combination of different factors like lifestyle modification, diet restriction, and specific medicated oil and massage treatment is used to treat all types of neurological diseases.
Ayurvedic texts have documented a number of ayurvedic formulations for epilepsy, parkinsonism, paralysis agitans (Parkinson's disease), headache disorders, alzheimers disease, encephalopathy etc. Ayurveda also offers some unique and specific treatments for stroke such as nimba chips (myrobalan) and gokshura decoction preparations or the specifics mentioned in chikitsasthana sections of Carak Samhita are most useful in treating any neurological disease. Drops Neura is formulated according to the legacy of Ayurveda.
These can be administered by an experienced physician based on the duration and intensity of symptoms/signs that helps restore normalcy to the patient.
Neura has all the scientifically proved Ayurvedic herbs. These herbs are processed with Sesame Oil for 11 times.
Sida cordifolia ( a common weed in India with uses like- Sida tea etc) has many medicinal properties, some of which are not known to us. Just recently I came across few studies related to scopoletin, one major chemical compound present in sida cordifolia and its effects on neurological diseases. The following article is an excerpt from leafs of knowledge blog about what we know so far regarding this compound i.e., scopoletin and its possible effect on Parkinson's Disease(PD).
Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha) is one of the most used Indian medicinal plants, especially in Ayurvedic medicines. Withania somnifera has numerous medicinal properties, few of which are well researched and documented while majority hasn't got enough attention. Also, many species have a different chemical composition from each other hence a single study does not fully represent what we can expect from withania somnifera .
Pluchea lanceolata is a well-documented medicinal plant from the amaranth family (Amaranthaceae). It has been widely used in Indian traditional medicine as an anti-inflammatory and analgesic agent, especially for those who suffer from muscules pain. Also, pluchea lanceolata has nerve-calming properties, which makes it suitable for treating nervous system diseases such as epilepsy.
Ricinus communis (castor bean) is very famous for its castor oil. However, one of their phytochemical compound Ricin has been used in traditional medicine to cure various neurological diseases such as – epilepsy and multiple sclerosis.
Acorus calamus (Sweet flag) is a medicinal plant extensively used in numerous traditional medicines. Recently, its effects on neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis (MS), epilepsy and Alzheimer's disease have been scientifically studied.
Asparagus is one of the most important medicinal plants and have been widely used in traditional medicine. Studies related to Aspargus species (of which, some are set out below) have shown its amazing potential against neurological diseases such as – epilepsy, Alzheimer's disease, and multiple sclerosis.
Cedar tree (cedrus deodara) is used to prepare essential oils that are widely used in aromatherapy and other traditional medicines. It has been shown in recent studies that cedar tree species have significant effects on neurological diseases such as Parkinson's disease, Epilepsy etc.
Valarenia Wallchi is a medicinal plant from Africa. Traditionally, it has been used as an analgesic and anti-inflammatory agent, to relieve arthritis in old people. Recent studies have shown its antioxidant properties which suggest that it can help overcome nerve damages caused by inflammatory reactions.
A study evaluated the effect of S. lappa (SL) on the mitochondrial function and oxidative stress in different regions of CNS in a rat model of Parkinson's disease.
The results showed that SL significantly ameliorates motor impairment in rats by improving mitochondrial function, decreasing antioxidant enzymes and increasing both complex I-IV activities while suppressing lipid peroxidation as well as lactate dehydrogenase release in striatum. It also restored complex I activity which was decreased due to rotenone exposure. The results suggest that SL may act primarily through its antioxidant activity rather than inhibiting α-synuclein aggregation or via other mechanisms such as induction of γ-secretase inhibitors or NO synthase inhibition suggested previously by others.