May Help or Reverse Plaque in Alzheimer’s Disease
A biotech firm in Washington recently announced an overwhelmingly positive response to compounds from a rain forest botanical for treating Alzheimer's Disease, along with its intention to safeguard the very forests that provide such a remarkable pharmacopeia.
If you’ve ever cared for someone with Alzheimer’s disease, you’ve searched for hopeful research pointing to a possible cure for this debilitating 6th leading cause of death. Every day scientists test new drugs, diets and devices to prevent or halt the growth of the beta-amyloid plaques in the brain which lead to neurofibrillary tangles that gum it up and transform a loved one into a total stranger.
Most drugs attempt to manage the condition, but nothing really halts its progress, and side effects are troubling, until now.