antistress

antistress

(æntɪstrɛs; æntɪstrəs)
adj
(Medicine) acting to prevent or reduce stress
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But in personal care products CBD has been found to deliver many benefits, including helping with acne, eczema and even skin discolorations, because it has anti-inflammatory and antistress attributes.
[6] It has antioxidant, [7] cytotoxic, [8] anticancer, [9] immunomodulatory, [10] antidepressant, [11] antistress, [12] and antimicrobial activities.
Your vet will also be able to give you antistress medicines.
Implications of psychosomatic conception of medical thinking consist in reshaping behaviours that generate somatic illnesses, establishing the weight of psychic stress in genesis and aggravation of the illness and designing antistress conducts.
Pandy, "Phytochemical analysis, antioxidant, antistress, and nootropic activities of aqueous and methanolic seed extracts of ladies finger (Abelmoschus esculentus L.) in mice," The Scientific World Journal, vol.
Recently, several studies have demonstrated the exploration of pharmacological potential, such as analgesic [10], androgen-suppressing [11], anticancer [12, 13], antibacterial, anticonvulsant, antifungal [14], antioxidant [13], anti-inflammatory [10, 15], antiosteoprotic [16], antiulcerogenic, antistress [17], hepatoprotective [18], and sedative activities [19].
Several potential pharmaceutical roles for koumine have been identified, including anxiolytic, antitumor, antistress, antipsoriatic, and analgesic activities [14-18].
Juvekar, "Antistress and antioxidant activity of flower of Couroupita guianensis in rats," An International Journal of Advances in Pharmaceutical Sciences, vol.
A normal human prostate stem cell line, the WPE-stem cell, showed innate resistance to arsenic cytotoxicity and high transcript expression of antiapopototic, antistress, and drug adaption genes including NRF2 [27].
As Xiao reported [36], with in vivo (oral) treatment, flavonoid glycosides showed similar or even higher antidiabetes, anti-inflammatory, antidegranulating, antistress, and antiallergic activity than their flavonoid aglycones.