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Myles Rentoria

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Effectivity of Red onion, Garlic oil, and Grape oil as an Alternative Anticoagulant.

Dependent variable: Effectivity
Independent variable: Red onion, Garlic oil and grape oil.
related studies
Antithrombotic Effects of Naturally Derived Products on Coagulation and Platelet Function.
Author: Mousa, S. A.
In vitro study of the anticoagulant activity of some plant extracts
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Anticoagulant activities of oleanolic acid via inhibition of tissue factor expressions. The Korean Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. 18,april, pp. 390-395.
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Anticoagulants are substances used to prevent the formation of blood

clots. They have various uses and one is for medicinal purpose.

Anticoagulant drugs include intravenous heparin, which acts by

inactivating thrombin and several other clotting factors that are required

for a clot to forn (medicinenet.com).
Currently available anticoagulants are costly which is why this report is

focused on other products that can be used as an alternative

anticoagulant. Such products like red onion (Allium cepa), garlic (Allium

sativum) oil, and grape (Vitis vinifera) oil have anticoagulation factors that

effect blood coagulation and plasma activity (for example, diallyl trisulfide

in garlic, Warfarin in onions and grapes)
grape oil
onion oil
garlic oil
Nowadays, there are studies focused on anticoagulant effects of natural producrs such as garlic, ginger, ginko, and other products that contain vitamin E (antiplatelet properties), fucus (heparin-like activity) danshen (antithrombin III-like activity and anticoagulant bioavailability) and other enzymes that may affect blood clotting.
This study is focused to assess different fruits and vegetables, including grapes, raspberries, green beans and tomatoes, as to their fibrinolytic activity. Their extracts are also evaluated for antiplatelet and anticoagulant activity. This study used certain methods to assess the antithrombotic effects of such natural products.
How the study is related.
The studies are all focused to assess the antithrombotic activity of different natural products.

How the study differs.

Our study only focused to three natural products (red onion, garlic oil, and grape oil) but we're going to use methods that are cheaper than the other related studies. We also focused to assessing only these commonly acquired and at the same time cheap natural products that may result to cheaper anticoagulants.
Effectiveness of Hibiscus (Gumamela) as an Anti-Aging Cream
Dependent variable: Effectiveness
Independent variable: Hibiscus (gumamela)
The Hibiscus plant is a genus of flowering plants that is commonly found anywhere due to the easy way of growing it. This plant is used not only as beverage, or as a way of recreation (making bubbles), it can also be used for medicinal purposes.
This study is focused on the anti-aging benefit of the gumamela flower made into a cream. The Hibiscus (gumamela) has antioxidants that not only help to fight cancer but also slow down the ageing of your cells. as a result, it may be the secret to eternal youth.
gumamela (hibiscus)
13 Health Benefits of Hibiscus Flower (boldsky.com)
In this article, the health benefits of the Hibiscus plant is discussed. It can be a cure for many ailments naturally by consuming the plant as a tea. Hibiscus oil also have many beauty benefits. The plant as an antioxidant is also discussed. It has proanthocyanidins which is considered antioxidant (prevent or delay cell damage), antipyretic (reduces fever), analgesic (painkiller), and spasmolytic (relieves spasm).
gumamela is Healthy (Villegas, M.D.), negroschronicle.com
This article discussed the different medicinal benefits of the gumamela, such as it lowers blood pressure for patients with type 2 diabetes and a good treat for for those who have heart and nerve diseases. The researchers also found out that it is also acts like an antibiotic, and also as an laxative. The Hibiscus flower tea has also antioxidants that help our bodies get rid of free radicals that destroy our cells.
How the study is related.

Our study is related to the other studies in discussing the antioxidant properties of the Hibiscus plant.
How the study differs.

Unlike other studies who used the Hibiscus plant as tea, our study used the plant as cream. By mixing gumamela extract, beeswax, distilled water, shea butter, sunflower oil, almond oil, and honey.
Effectiveness of Psidium (Guava) leaves as a Teeth-Whitener
DependentVariable; Effectiveness
Independent Variable: Psidium (Guava) leaves

Guavas are common tropical fruits cultivated and enjoyed in many tropical countries including the Philippines. This plant has a lot of health benefits including treatment for certain diseases like diarrhea, dysentery, constipation, cough, cold, skin care, and even high blood pressure.
The Psidium (Guava) leaves can even be used to whiten teeth by taking the leaves and crushing them to form a tooth paste. Since guava is edible, accidentally eating them is not a problem. Also, guavas are cheaper than going to dentists to whiten your teeth.
17 Best Benefits of Guava Leaves for Skin, Hair and Health

This article discussed about the health benefits of the guava fruit, such as being an antioxidant, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory agent. It's leaves also have certain chemicals that is extremely effective in treating various diseases. Also the health benefits of the guava leaves is discussed, which includes its teeth whitening factors.
5 Wonderful Herbs for Teeth Whitening (findhomeremedy.com)
This article focused on 5 herbs that has teeth whitening factors, such as the sage leaf, turmeric powder, bay leaf, walnut tree bark, and the guava leaf. All these herbs has the power to clean the teeth and prevent bad breath and gum problems. By crushing the leaves of the plants to form a tooth paste, these herbs also prevent tooth pain due to infections then build stronger gums.
How the study is related.
The studies discussed the teeth whitening factor of the guava leaves by making it like a tooth paste.
How the study differs.
Our study focused on how the guava leaves is used as a teeth whitening.
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