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Abu-Qados Walaa Mosa Jihad Hammad , MD , PhD ToSlide 3: (وَهُوَ الَّذِي أَنْزَلَ مِنَ السَّمَاءِ مَاءً فَأَخْرَجْنَا بِهِ نَبَاتَ كُلِّ شَيْءٍ فَأَخْرَجْنَا مِنْهُ خَضِراً نُخْرِجُ مِنْهُ حَبّاً مُتَرَاكِباً وَمِنَ النَّخْلِ مِنْ طَلْعِهَا قِنْوَانٌ دَانِيَةٌ وَجَنَّاتٍ مِنْ أَعْنَابٍ وَالزَّيْتُونَ وَالرُّمَّانَ مُشْتَبِهاً وَغَيْرَ مُتَشَابِهٍ انْظُرُوا إِلَى ثَمَرِهِ إِذَا أَثْمَرَ وَيَنْعِهِ إِنَّ فِي ذَلِكُمْ لَآياتٍ لِقَوْمٍ يُؤْمِنُونَ) ( الأنعام 99 )What is herbal medicine? : What is herbal medicine? Herbal medicine : also called botanical medicine or phytomedicine . Herbalism is a traditional medicinal or folk medicine practice based on the use of : a plant's seeds, berries, roots, bark, or flowers and plant extracts for medicinal purposes.Slide 5: Advances in clinical research show the value of herbal medicine in the treating and preventing disease. Researchers found that : people in different parts of the world tended to use the same or similar plants for the same purposes.Slide 6: Plants had been used for medicinal purposes long before recorded history. Ancient Chinese and Egyptian papyrus writings describe medicinal uses for plants. HistorySlide 7: In the early 19th century: scientists began to extract and modify the active ingredients from plants. In the last 20 years in the United States: there is an increase in herbal medicine use, due to : public dissatisfaction with the cost of prescription medications, interest in returning to natural or organic remedies, HistorySlide 8: Recently, WHO estimated that 80% of people worldwide rely on herbal medicines for some part of their primary health care. In Germany , about 600 - 700 plant-based medicines are available and are prescribed by some 70% of German physicians. HistoryIn Palestine ……: In Palestine …… Complementary And Alternative Medicine (CAM) in Palestine: Use And Safety Implications done by Ansam F. Sawalha. Found that : 72.8% of respondents have used at least one type of CAM in the last year. CAM users were mainly middle-aged , low-income , educated women. Herbal therapy, prayers, and honey were the most utilized types of CAM. CAM utilized because they believed that it is all natural and safe.Slide 10: Herbal supplements are classified as: Dietary supplements by the U.S. Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act ( DSHEA ) of 1994. Herbs as Food supplementsHow do herbs work? : How do herbs work? In many cases, scientists aren' t sure what specific ingredient in a particular herb works to treat a condition or illness? Whole herbs contain many ingredients, and they may work together to produce a beneficial effect.Slide 12: Some herbal preparations are standardized, meaning that the preparation is guaranteed to contain a specific amount of the active ingredients of the herb. However, it is still important to ask companies making standardized herbal products about their product's guarantee. StandardizationEffectiveness Factors: Effectiveness Factors the type of environment (climate, bugs, soil quality) in which a plant grew. how and when it was harvested and processed.Slide 14: Asthma Eczema Premenstrual syndrome Rheumatoid arthritis Migraine headache Menopausal symptoms Chronic fatigue Irritable bowel syndrome Medicinal UsesScope of Herbal Medicine: Scope of Herbal Medicine Nutrition: food & nutrients e.g. Coriander, Garlic, Nettle & Oats Maintenance of Health: e.g.Dandelion, Garlic Treatment of Disease: acute & chronicDrugs from plant sources: Drugs from plant sources A spirin C ocaine Q uinidine S copolamine T ubocurarine C odeine E rgotamine M orphine D igoxin P ilocarpineHow is herbal medicine sold in stores?: How is herbal medicine sold in stores? The herbs come in several different forms : teas syrups oils liquid extracts tinctures and dry extracts (pills or capsules).Slide 19: Many consumers believe that herbal medicines are natural and therefore safe. This is a dangerous simplification. Be cause : They are unregulated>>mislabeled. May contain additives and contaminants. May cause allergic reactions . Interact with conventional drugs. Toxic if used improperly or at high doses. S afetySlide 23: Certain herbs "trick" the brain into thinking the stomach is full. But others are thermogenic (speed up the body's metabolism)>>burning more unwanted fats. Thermogenic herbs contain stimulants that Work to speed up the body's heart rate, respiration and digestion The most common thermogenic herbs is caffeine. H erbs & W eight lossSlide 24: Herbal Laxatives : Usually sold as a diet tea, cascara, senna, cause cramping, diarrhea, and if overused, could cause bowels to no longer function without laxative stimulation. Ephedra : in high doses can raise blood pressure, increase heart rate, and over stimulate the CNS. Herbs with serious side effectsFDA reports: FDA reports More than 800 reports of side effects linked with the use of ephedra. Including heart palpitations, seizures, stroke, chest pain, and heart attack. This herb has caused at least two deaths !Safe herbs in weight loss: Safe herbs in weight loss Cayenne >>stimulate digestion and increase metabolism and fat burning. Green tea >> contains caffeine and antioxidants that appear to stimulate metabolism. Seaweed, or kelp >> is a natural thyroid stimulant, which may boost metabolism. Nettle >> a thermogenic herb. Ginseng >> boost energy and metabolism. Hoodia >>interrupting or stopping the hunger mechanism in the brain. (contraindicated in Diabetics ?)Slide 27: Cayenne plant NettleSlide 28: senna Hoodia Gordonii Salad of seaweed EphedraSlide 29: A study aimed to describe (SEs) associated with herbal products used for weight control in Italy, found that: 64% of the suspected SEs were associated with herbal products used for weight control. Women were involved in 85% of the reports. The reactions affected mainly the cardiovascular system, the skin, the digestive system, the CNS , and the liver. A large proportion of SEs were serious.So ,to be safe …………..: So ,to be safe ………….. Consult your doctor first Do not take a bigger dose than the label recommends Take it under the guidance of a trained medical professional Be especially cautious if you are pregnant or nursingTen Red Flags for Consumers: Ten Red Flags for Consumers Recommendations that promise a quick fix . Dire warnings of danger from a single product or regimen. Claims that sound too good to be true. Simplistic conclusions drawn from a complex study. Recommendations based on a single study. Dramatic statements that are refuted by reputable scientific organizations. Lists of " good" and "bad " foods. Recommendations made to help sell a product . Recommendations based on studies published without peer review. Recommendations from studies that ignore differences among individuals or groups.Some of the most common Herbs In Gaza: S ome of the most common H erbs In G azaSlide 34: G arlic Lower cholesterol and triglycerides Kill Worms, roundworm Hypertension, blood circulation Cancer prevention Diabetes Bronchitis, asthma, allergiesGarlic Side Effects: G arlic Side Effects Skin rash in sensitive people. Over consumption cause heartburn and gases .Slide 36: G inger Colds, coughs & vomiting Reduce Angina episodes >> lowering cholesterol Relieve Arthritis Nausea, motion sickness , Morning sickness Menstrual crampsSlide 37: G inger Side Effects If U taking Blood thinners , have a bleeding disorder , or have gallbladder disease don't take medicinal doses of ginger. During pregnancy >> stimulate uterine contractions.Slide 38: A nise Expectorant. Coughs and Bronchitis Parasite RepellantSlide 39: A nise Side Effects Narcotic in large doses. Anise seeds contain anethole , a plant hormone similar to human estrogen , avoid when pregnant and use with caution in very young babies. The essential oil is for topical use only.Slide 40: G reen tea Reduce Cancer incidence Metabolism booster Lowering Cholesterol Relieve inflammation and itching of insect bites Reduce Pink eye inflammation , ConjunctivitisGreen Tea Side Effects: G reen Tea Side Effects Overuse of caffeine can affect sleep >> InsomiaLavender: L avender Reduce Anxiety & Stress Healing of Skin abrasions ,Burns & scalds Anti-inflammatory and antiseptic Flea bites, rashes Relive FibromyalgiaLavender: L avender Lowering blood pressure & relaxes cardiac spasms such as tachycardia Relive Arthritis & improve circulation Relaxation of nick & head muscle >> Nervous headache Effective for LeucorrhoeaThyme: T hyme Reduce Fever, bronchitis Fighting Toothache/ tooth infections Cough, flu & sore throat Insect repellentThyme Side Effects:: T hyme Side Effects: Excessive amounts can effect menstrual cycles . Thymol is toxic and should be used with great care and in moderation. The essential oil should never be applied undiluted and is not suitable for use in small children.Black Seed: B lack Seed Relive Rheumatoid Arthritis, High Blood Pressure Anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antipyretic, antimicrobial and antineoplastic activity. Preventing Hair loss - Healthy Hair >> AminoacidsBlack Seed oil Side Effects:: B lack Seed oil Side Effects: Undiluted oil can cause skin irritation . Not to be used in pregnant women.Chamomile: C hamomile Calms anxiety, eases stress and may have a positive effect on attention deficit disorder (ADD). Used for irritable bowel syndrome. Anti-inflammatory and antihistamine actions Effective for nausea and morning sickness when used with gingerChamomile Side Effects: C hamomile Side Effects Allergy for sensitive people Avoid chamomile teas when taking blood thinners >> contain natural blood thinner (coumarins)Drugs from Herbal extracts: D rugs from H erbal extractsAl-Zawyah Market: Al- Z awyah M arketQuestionnaire results: Q uestionnaire results 12 >> Herbal medicine 12 >> Drugs remedies Most common herbs used : Camomile , & tea No side effect is noted ..Slide 56: N ature always has a solution, but we have to dig d ee per! Our conclusionUseful Websites: Useful Websites www.euroherb.com : European Herbal Practitioners Association www.nimh.org.uk : National Institute of Medical Herbalists www.trusthomeopathy.org : Faculty of Homeopathy www.nlm.nih.gov/about/herbgarden/list.html : U.S national library of medicine www.anniesremedy.com/chart.phpSlide 58: لازم الإيد تـِـ ـلْـ ـتــ م .. نعم وألف نعم للـــوحده الوطنيّــهSlide 59: Herbal Medicine Thank You You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.