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Posted by: mericonpharma | January 10, 2012

What causes acid reflux?

Acid reflux commonly occurs when the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) does not work properly, and allows acid to seep upwards from the stomach to the esophagus. Although we know that a faulty LES is a common cause, we are not sure why it becomes faulty. One of many reasons could be that pressure in the stomach rises higher than the LES can withstand.
Below is a list of foods/drinks that commonly cause irritation and/or heartburn:

  • Alcohol
  • Black pepper
  • Chili and chili powder
  • Citrus fruit, pineapple
  • Coffee
  • Garlic
  • Spicy food
  • Tea
  • Tomatoes, tomato sauce, tomato juice, ketchup
  • Vinegar

UCLA researchers have identified how a component of an ancient Chinese herbal anti-hangover medicine called dihydromyricetin, isolated from the plant Hovenia, counteracts acute alcohol intoxication and withdrawal symptoms. 

The research team found that dihydromyricetin blocks the action of alcohol on the brain and neurons and also reduces voluntary alcohol consumption, with no major side effects, in an early study with rats. Specifically, dihydromyricetin inhibited alcohol’s effect on the brain’s GABAA receptors, specific sites targeted by chemicals from brain cells. Alcohol normally enhances the GABAA receptors’ influence in slowing brain cell activity, reducing the ability to communicate and increasing sleepiness – common symptoms of drunkenness. 


The research The next stage of the research will involve human clinical trials, the researchers said. 

team determined that dihydromyricetin may provide a molecular target and cellular mechanism to counteract alcohol intoxication and dependence, leading to new therapeutic treatments – all based on an ancient “folk medicine” treatment that has been used by humans for at least 500 years. 

Alcohol use disorders are the most common form of substance abuse, affecting more than 76 million people worldwide, according to the World Health Organization. Only an estimated 13 percent of people identified as having an alcohol use disorder receive medical treatment, partly due to a lack of effective medications without major side effects. Although alcohol impacts most organ systems, its effect on the brain in developing intoxicating, sedative and addictive properties is critical. 


Associate Professor Jing Liang, M.D., Ph.D., and Professor Richard W. Olsen, Ph.D., both from the department of molecular and medical pharmacology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. 

The study was funded by the National Institutes of Health. 

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Posted by: mericonpharma | January 7, 2012

SOYER Food Supplement

Soyer Food Supplement :provides wide variety of macro n micro nutrient help in to enhance immune system.

Soyer:Is a high nutritional supplement so Provide elderly people with energy and nutrients to prevent .

Indication:Pregnancy.Lactation.Surgery.Fever.Trauma.ANd old ages patience.

Presentation: pack of 400gm and half pack of 250gm also available in sachet pack of 250gm each box contain 10 sachet  of  25gm


Posted by: mericonpharma | December 23, 2011

Treatment for Asthma and Allergies

Discovery May Lead To Safer Treatments For Asthma, Allergies And Arthritis
Scientists have discovered a missing link between the body’s biological clock and sugar metabolism system, a finding that may help avoid the serious side effects of drugs used for treating asthma, allergies and arthritis.

Interactions Between Substances Determine Allergenic Potential
Scientists at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, have used advanced light microscopy to show that a substance can be differently absorbed by the skin, depending on what it is mixed with. This may determine whether it causes contact allergy or not.
A New Method For Testing Allergenic Substances Without Experimental Animals
Contact allergy affects around 20% of the population in the western world. Scientists are working intensively to develop alternative test methods that do not require animal testing. A research group at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, has now developed a unique test method that enables graded results to be obtained using cultured skin cells.
Posted by: mericonpharma | December 19, 2011

MERICON PHARMA: Distribotion net work

Posted by: mericonpharma | December 19, 2011

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