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A REVIEW PAPER ON HERBAL CHOCOLATE USES AS EXCIPIENTS IN NERVINE TONIC

Akash Kumar and Brij Bhushan Sharma*

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The main objective of this study was determined by the fact that chocolate is widely consumed in pediatric and geriatric populations. In today's stressful times, poor memory, lack of care and moderate review are common problems. Although we all complain about our memory, it is generally excellent and only begins to weaken with age or certain neurological conditions. Age, stress, and emotions can lead to memory loss, amnesia, anxiety, hypertension, dementia, or even more serious risks such as schizophrenia and Alzheimer's disease. There are many other drugs to improve memory, but their use is limited due to side effects. In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of academic institutions and pharmaceutical research facilities investigating the recreational value of herbs to improve memory. In addition, nervine tonic chocolate has been associated with health benefits such as lowering high blood pressure, improving blood flow to the brain, protecting against cell damage, improving blood sugar levels, reducing the risk of heart attack, increasing HDL cholesterol, and lowering LDL cholesterol.

Keywords: Nervine, stress, Hypertension, Schizophrenia, Heart attack, Memory enhancer etc.


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