People say that each herb in traditional Indian medicine has its magic and determines its effect on the body. Some of these herbs are proved in modern medicine; others are still the result of myths and legends.
One of these herbs is Mucuna pruriens. In addition to its properties, known for centuries, Mucuna pruriens is one of the few herbs which are successfully used in medicine.
Mucuna is a plant that grows on the territory of India, the Caribbean, and some parts of Africa. Mucuna pruriens is one of the few herbs which are successfully used in medicine.
Mucuna pruriens contains high concentrations of nicotinic acid (vitamin B-3), serotonin and 5-HTP, coenzyme Q10, adrenaline, beta-carboline, inositol, and small amounts of basic minerals, such as selenium, iron, and magnesium.
A number of in-vitro and in vivo studies have the found the powerful influence of Mucuna pruriens on the body. The herb may possess strong anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic, antioxidant and neuroprotective properties that are almost entirely attributable to L-DOPA.
The fact that Mucuna is the richest source of L-DOPA in nature is the reason why the plant should be subjected to such a detailed research.
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