The College of Pharmaceutical Sciences of Chulalongkorn College has found a method to deal with hair loss with gray mangrove.
Elaborating on the invention that received an award from the Nationwide Analysis Council of Thailand, the college stated that an extract from gray mangrove might deal with the hair loss sample known as androgenic alopecia in about 50 female and male volunteers.
An advisor to the analysis undertaking, Prof Dr Wanchai De-eknamkul on the college’s Division of Pharmacognosy and Pharmaceutical Botany, stated the extract, avicequinone C, might cease the enzyme that produced a hormone that triggered hair loss. It might additionally assist produce the protein that stimulated hair development, he stated.
An organization purchased the patent of this analysis undertaking to commercially develop a hair development product. It is going to be examined with many extra volunteers earlier than its registration with the Meals and Drug Administration and business manufacturing.
Prof Dr Wanchai anticipated the product to be obtainable in six months. (TNA)