Research in the Medicinal Use of Gumby Gumby Native Australian Bush Medicine

Research in the Medicinal Use of Gumby Gumby Native Australian Bush Medicine

For all those customers asking for scientific research into the use of Gumby Gumby, please read on ...

 

The Conclusion of the research (the bit I like to read first, it really should be at the start of the report :-) )

In conclusion, the results of this study partially validate the traditional Australian Aboriginal usage of P. phylliraeoides to treat bacterial and fungal diseases and indicate that P. phylliraeoides is worthy of further study. Further evaluation of the antibacterial and antifungal properties of these extracts against a more extensive panel of microbial agents is warranted. Likewise, purification and identification of the bioactive components is needed to examine the mechanisms of action of these agents. Whilst the extracts examined in this report are promising as antibacterial and antifungal agents, caution is needed before these compounds can be applied to medicinal purposes. In particular, further toxicity studies using human cell lines are needed to verify the suitability of these extracts for these purposes.  

 

read the research paper here

 

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Ona

Ona said:

Is gumby gumby safe to take during pregnancy? Are capsules safe for children to take?

Ona

Ona said:

Is gumby gumby safe to take during pregnancy? Are capsules safe for children to take?

Raymond Walker

Raymond Walker said:

Is Gumby good for MS

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