Pomegranate and MS: Therapeutic Potential

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In a recent study, researchers show how a natural antioxidant within pomegranate seeds is capable of inhibiting demyelination in a mouse model for multiple sclerosis (MS), supporting novel formulations of natural antioxidants as therapeutics for demyelinating diseases. The study, “Treatment of a multiple sclerosis animal model by a novel nano drop formulation of a natural antioxidant,” was published in the International Journal of Nanomedicine.

The results from this study suggest that Nano-PSO has a therapeutic potential both for preventing the disease and for impairing its progression.

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