ANTIMICROBIAL & ANTIBIOFILM ORAL PREPARATIONS

INVENTORS: Dr. Erna C. Arollado & Dr. Angelina Atienza University of the Philippines – Manila   DESCRIPTION Naturally-derived compositions from the plant CP against resistant endodontic pathogens and other anti-microbial and anti-biofilm applications.   VALUE PROPOSITION It is a natural product Pre-Clinical studies demonstrate safety for use No residual side effects   MARKET APPLICATIONS AND […]

Sambong As A Diuretic And Treatment Of Urinary Tract Stones

INVENTORS National Integrated Research Program on Medicinal Plants Institute of Herbal Medicine University of the Philippines Manila DESCRIPTION Sambong (Blumea balsifera) is a coarse, woody, and strongly aromatic shrub found in open grasslands, waste places and clearings in most provinces in the Philippines. Its medicinal properties have been recognized by Filipino herbolarios and have been […]

Ampalaya For Non-Insulin Dependent Diabetes

INVENTORS National Integrated Research Program on Medicinal Plants Institute of Herbal Medicine University of the Philippines Manila DESCRIPTION Ampalaya (Momordica charantia) is also known as bitter melon or bitter gourd. In the Philippines, traditional uses include those for cough, colds, asthma, as emetic especially in the newborn, for colic, stomach ache diabetes, anemia, fever, malaria, […]

Lagundi for Cough and Asthma

INVENTORS: NIRPROMP OVERVIEW: Respiratory tract infections, including bronchitis and bronchiolitis are among the top ten leading causes of morbidity in the Philippines. Asthma is also the most common chronic respiratory disease in our country. Both conditions are expensive to treat and control as well having a negative effect on a person’s quality of life. TECHNOLOGY […]

Tsaang Gubat tablet for Relief of Gastrointestinal and Biliary Colic

INVENTORS National Integrated Research Program on Medicinal Plants Institute of Herbal Medicine University of the Philippines Manila DESCRIPTION Tsaang gubat [Carmona retusa (Vahl) Masamune] is a shrub found in the Philippines. Its leaves have been utilized by our ancestors as a tea for stomach problems and loose bowel movement. It contains α-amyrin, β- amyrin and […]