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Assessment of Immunomodulatory Activity of the Biofield Energy Treated Novel Herbomineral Formulation After Oral Administration in Female Sprague Dawley Rats

Author: Trivedi, Mahendra Kumar; Branton, Alice; Trivedi, Dahryn; Nayak, Gopal; Nykvist, Cathryn Dawn; Lavelle, Celine; Przybylski, Daniel Paul; Vincent, Dianne Heather; Felger, Dorothy; Konersman, Douglas Jay; Feeney, Elizabeth Ann; Prague, Jay Anthony; Starodub, Joanne Lydia; Rasdan, Karan; Strassman, Karen Mie; Soboleff, Leonid; Mayne, Maire; Keesee, Mary M.; Pillai, Padmanabha Narayana; Ansley, Pamela Clarkson; Schmitz, Ronald David; Sodomora, Sharyn Marie; Mondal, Sambhu Charan; Jana, Snehasis
Publisher: eScholarship, University of California 2017-11-30
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Publication:International Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Clinical Science, vol 3, no 6, 90-99 2472-1298
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The use of an herbomineral formulation in the healthcare sector for different chronic diseases is gaining popularity due to its fewer side-effects, high safety profile, and cost effectiveness. A new proprietary herbomineral formulation was formulated, consisting of four essential ingredients viz. herbal (ashwagandha root extract) and minerals (zinc chloride, magnesium gluconate, and sodium selenate). The objective  Read more...
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Genre/Form: article
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Article
All Authors / Contributors: Trivedi, Mahendra Kumar; Branton, Alice; Trivedi, Dahryn; Nayak, Gopal; Nykvist, Cathryn Dawn; Lavelle, Celine; Przybylski, Daniel Paul; Vincent, Dianne Heather; Felger, Dorothy; Konersman, Douglas Jay; Feeney, Elizabeth Ann; Prague, Jay Anthony; Starodub, Joanne Lydia; Rasdan, Karan; Strassman, Karen Mie; Soboleff, Leonid; Mayne, Maire; Keesee, Mary M.; Pillai, Padmanabha Narayana; Ansley, Pamela Clarkson; Schmitz, Ronald David; Sodomora, Sharyn Marie; Mondal, Sambhu Charan; Jana, Snehasis
OCLC Number: 1022071492
Language Note: english
Notes: 90 - 99
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The use of an herbomineral formulation in the healthcare sector for different chronic diseases is gaining popularity due to its fewer side-effects, high safety profile, and cost effectiveness. A new proprietary herbomineral formulation was formulated, consisting of four essential ingredients viz. herbal (ashwagandha root extract) and minerals (zinc chloride, magnesium gluconate, and sodium selenate). The objective of this study was to evaluate the immunomodulatory effect of the Biofield Energy Treated test formulation on female Sprague Dawley (SD) rats. The test formulation was divided into two parts; one was represented as control, while the other part was treated with the Biofield Energy Healing Treatment remotely by renowned Biofield Energy Healers (The Trivedi Effect®) and defined as the Biofield Energy Treated formulation. The effect of the test formulation was monitored using humoral immune response, delayed type hypersensitivity, hematology, biochemistry, relative organ weight, and histopathology. The primary hemagglutination (HA) antibody titre level was significantly (p≤0.05) increased by 185.88% in the Biofield Energy Treated group (G3); while 41.18% increased in the untreated test formulation group (G4) as compared to the disease control group (G2). The secondary HA titre was significantly increased by 540% (p≤0.001) and 166.7% in the G3 and G4 groups, respectively as compared to the G2 group. The secondary HA titre was also increased significantly (p≤0.05) by 193% in the Biofield Energy Treated group per se at day -15 (G6), as compared to the G2 group. The paw volume data showed an alteration in the G3 and G6 groups as compared to the G2 group. The platelet count was significantly increased by 11.16% and 8.69% in the G3 and G4 groups, respectively as compared to the G2 group. The magnesium level was increased by 9.31% in the G3 group as compared to the G2 group. The uric acid was significantly reduced by 23.88% in the G3 group; while it was increased by

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