Health experts are divided over which of a range of natural anti allergenic medicines are the most effective.
According to a review by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (RCPS), which has examined all available evidence, the following are the best anti-aging medicines for the general population: ginkgos: • ginkgoblins, which contain both ginkglobin, a natural anti allergy medication and flavanols, a flavonoid that aids in the immune system.
Ginkgoblins are thought to increase the body’s levels of natural substances such as vitamins A and C, as well as reducing levels of inflammation and other inflammation-related symptoms.
Ginkgo biloba extract is an herbal extract of the green tea tree and contains the active ingredient biloba, a naturally occurring chemical found in all plants.
It is also an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.
Methogegano, a tea derived from the leaves of a herb, also contains a flavanoid known as flavonol A. This extract has been shown to increase levels of antioxidant vitamins and help protect the brain.
Phenobarbital, an anesthetic drug, is thought to enhance circulation and slow down the heart rate.
It can also relieve muscle pain and muscle spasms.
Narcotic painkillers are known to increase blood pressure, decrease heart rate and reduce the production of blood sugar.
They are thought by some to reduce inflammation.
The Royal College said it would not recommend any of the above medicines for people with chronic or severe pain, heart failure or stroke, or for pregnant women, the elderly or people with weakened immune systems.
Aljal, a herb that is found in tea and is also used as an anesthetising agent, is also believed to help with nausea and vomiting.
It may be less effective for people who have heart disease or have heart problems.
The RCPS said it was “encouraged” that the Royal Colleges research had concluded that ginkgs and mithai are effective treatments for arthritis and arthritis-related conditions.
Aljals ability to reduce the body weight of people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis is thought by many to be one of the most powerful anti-ageing treatments.
The RCP said it is “encourage[ed] to look at the benefits and disadvantages of these herbal medicines for older people, particularly those with cardiovascular disease, diabetes and obesity”.
A spokeswoman for the British Herbal Medicines Council (BHMMC) said there was “no scientific evidence to support their use in the elderly”.
She said the organisation “encoun[sed] the use of ginkgy and mihyo in the treatment of pain, cough and cough-related disorders, as they have proven to be effective”.
In 2016, BHMMC published guidelines which recommended that herbal products should not be used as a first line of treatment for arthritis, and said that a large number of research studies had shown no effect of aljal on the body.
There are also concerns that some herbal medicines, such as ginkga or mitha, are ineffective.
An NHS England spokesperson said: “There is no scientific evidence that any herbal product can prevent or treat arthritis or arthritis-like conditions.
We are currently reviewing the guidance so that we can ensure it is best for patients.””
We have been working with the BHMMA to develop a comprehensive guidance to help people who want to try herbal medicines.
We are currently reviewing the guidance so that we can ensure it is best for patients.”