A new study published in the Journal of Cellular Biochemistry found the active ingredient in Andro400 reduces inflammation and may help treat and prevent dangerous inflammatory diseases. (1)
Although minor inflammation can help heal wounds, if left unchecked, inflammation can lead to serious conditions such as: arthritis, chronic pain, hardening of the arteries, gum infections, and some cancers. (2)
Researchers found that the naturally occurring alkaloids in Andro400’s active ingredient, e. longifolia, stimulated the body’s expression of vital antioxidants, which protect the body against damage from injury and inflammation. (1)
Study: Effective as a Prescription, No Side Effects
This supports the results of another study published in the International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Nanotechnology, in which extracts of e. longifolia similar to those found in Andro400 proved nearly as effective at reducing inflammation as prescription medications — without the dangerous side effects. (3)
Traditionally used to ease pain and fever, scientific studies show how the active ingredient in Andro400 may help prevent or treat inflammatory diseases. (4) By lowering inflammation, you can reduce pain and protect yourself against its potentially fatal symptoms.
(1) Hai Dang, N., Choo, Y.-Y., Tien Dat, N., Hoai Nam, N., Van Minh, C. and Lee, J.-H. (2015), 7-Methoxy-(9H-β-Carbolin-1-il)-(E)-1-Propenoic Acid, a β-Carboline Alkaloid From Eurycoma longifolia, Exhibits Anti-Inflammatory Effects by Activating the Nrf2/Heme Oxygenase-1 Pathway. J. Cell. Biochem.. doi:10.1002/jcb.25315
(2) Nordqvist, Christian. “Inflammation: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment.” Medical News Today. MediLexicon, Intl., 16 Sep. 2015. Web.
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(3) Varghese, Christapher, C Ambrose, SC Jin, YJ Lim and T Keiseban. “Antioxidant and Anti-inflammatory Activity of Eurycoma Longifolia Jack, A Traditional Medicinal Plant in Malaysia.” Int J Pharm Sci Nanotech. Vol 5. Issue 4. Jan – Mar 2013.
(4) Maneenoon, Katesarin et. al. “Ethnomedicinal plants used by traditional healers in Phatthalung Province, Peninsular Thailand.” Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine. 30 May 2015. DOI: 10.1186/s13002-015-0031-5.