Greek Mountain Tea to treat Alzheimer’s Disease - The Health Benefits of Greek Mountain Tea

Greek Mountain Tea
Greek Verbena
Sideritis scardica
Greek Mountain Tea
Greek Verbena
Sideritis scardica
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Greek Mountain Tea to treat Alzheimer’s Disease


One of the leading scientists in Alzheimer's research is the neuropathologist Prof. Dr. Jens Pahnke. His research findings with white mice are explained in a clear and comprehensible way for everyone in the following 3-minute short film.
50 days after administration of an extract from Greek mountain tea, mice affected by Alzheimer's disease regained their orientation ability.
Greek Mountain Tea against Alzheimer's disease
Tackling the causes
Anyone who deals with the subject of Alzheimer's disease repeatedly comes across the publications of Professor Pahnke and his research results on the application of Greek mountain tea in Alzheimer's disease. The scientist, who is known beyond the German borders as the "Alzheimer's hunter", has triggered a boom in the centuries-old remedy.

In his studies, Pahnke found that certain ingredients of the tea not only slow the development process of Alzheimer's disease, but can even reverse it by preventing, dissolving and reducing the deposits of plaque in the brain.

The deposits of this plaque, (more precisely amyloid plaques), are currently considered to be the cause of Alzheimer's disease or dementia. Preventive measures are currently one of the most important research approaches in the fight against the disease.
Deposits of plaque before the use of Greek mountain tea extrakt
Mouse brain with deposits
The typical Alzheimer’s plaque deposits are well recognizable in the mouse brain as small brown dots. The beta-amyloids, (Aβ40 and Aβ42), are components of a protein and have antimicrobial functions in the organism. These protein components do not accumulate in normal metabolism. On the one hand, Aβ40 and Aβ42 are neurotoxic, on the other hand they are necessary for information processing of the brain.
Deposits of plaque after the use of Greek mountain tea extract
Maus nach der Behandlung, griechischer Bergtee bei Alzheimer
After 50 days of treatment with Greek mountain tea extract, (Sideritis scardica), the plaque deposits, typical for Alzheimer's in the mouse brain, have decreased by 80 percent. Since the beta-amyloids in the brain also fulfil important functions, the Greek mountain tea offers a very safe way to dissolve the plaques.
Use in humans
Recent studies on humans show, according to Professor Pahnke, that the effect can also be verified in persons affected by Alzheimer's disease. Impressive feedback from patients and relatives can be read on this link. No side effects of the extract or the tea have been identified. Also, there is no danger of dependencies. If we translate the amount of extract used for mice into the one used for humans, the daily consumption has to include 4 litres of Greek mountain tea, while maintaining consistent quality. The use of a standardised extract is therefore preferable for most affected persons.

Based on the research work of Prof. Pahnke, there are currently two products available which are produced in Germany:

• Renovare 500, 550mg small film-coated tablets, simple administration, over-the-counter, St. John’s wort active ingredients and Greek Mountain Tea, provider Ceretis Ltd. Prof. Pahnke recommends 4 tablets per day for therapeutic efficacy.
• Laif 900, 900mg large film-coated tablets, divisible, available only on prescription, St. John’s wort active ingredients, provider Bayer Vital GmbH.

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