Estudios publicados

Coriolus Versicolor (PSK)

* Coriolus Versicolor : 

Coriolus versicolor--innovation in the prevention of oncogynecological diseases, especially HPV

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* Coriolus Versicolor :

Therapeutic efficacy of a vaginal gel based on Coriolus versicolor in women with high-risk HPV infection in the cervix.

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Lingzhi - Reishi Ganoderma Lucidum

REISHI: Suppression of proliferation and oxidative stress by extracts of Ganoderma lucidum in the ovarian cancer cell line  

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Inhibitory activity of the medicinal mushroom Lingzhi or Reishi, Ganoderma lucidum (Basidiomycetes superiors) on cells transformed by human papillomavirus.

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β-glucano 1,3 / 1,6

β-glucano 1,3 / 1,6 : Effect of β-glucan treatment in women with cervical cytology report of atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance (ASCUS) and low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions (L-SIL).

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β-glucano 1,3 / 1,6 : Role of beta-glucan in the treatment of recurrent candidiasis and HPV-related lesions and the repair process of the epidermis.

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Aloe Vera & Ácido Láctico

* Aloe vera & Lactic acid : Role of feminine intimate hygiene in vulvovaginal health.

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* Aloe vera & Lactic acid : Vaginal pH measured in vivo: lactobacilli determine pH and lactic acid concentration

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Ácido Hialuronico

* Hyaluronic acid : The effects of hyaluronic acid vaginal gel on the vaginal epithelium.

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Hidroxitirosol (Polifenoles)

* Hydroxytyrosol : A new class of microbicide

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Hydroxytyrosol : The participation of natural polyphenols in the chemoprevention of cervical cancer

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Centella Asiática

Centella Asiática (Gotu Kola) : Effectiveness of non-hormonal products for the treatment of women with vaginal atrophy

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Malelauca (Arbol del Té)

* Malaleuca (Tee tree) : Inhibition of Established Subcutaneous Murine Tumor Growth with Topical Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Oil alternifolia (tee tree)

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