Japanese doctor sitting with an old man
Researchers have found that a Japanese, locally-known, health-beneficial plant, which includes materials that may help help; fight to get older.
This plant called "Ashibata" (the scientific name of Anjelika Kiski) is believed to be beneficial to the health of the population in the Japanese islands, but has not been reinforced through clinical tests.
The science "Nature Communications" magazine incorporates stuff that is a Strengthening a cleaning device and cell re-imaging.
This machine, known as self-impulsivity, prevents dirt form in cells. This process can be breached, which is a & # 39; decline in age, a number of diseases, including neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.
"It's always interesting to find that traditional cures have a scientific base," said Dr. Frank Madio, a biological expert at Graz University, who is involved in the study.
Medio and colleagues investigated flavonoids, found in the plant, and found that flavonoids are in the # 39; a shibatta garden that promotes self-induction on lattice cells.
After that they tried the worms and flies flies. "Their livelihoods were generally expanded by 20 per cent," said the inspection.
The researchers carried out the same test of cells from the heart of mice and different types of human cells, and concluded that those made in the Japanese plantation could slow down.
But researchers say they need more clinical trials to decide on these benefits.