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  • Herbal Approaches to Alcohol Dependence: Evidence and Risks
  • Herbs and Helpers

    Erik Hefti obtained his PharmD and Master’s degree in pharmaceutical science at the University at Buffalo. His research focus is pediatric pharmacogenomic factors impacting cancer chemotherapy. He is currently completing a PhD in pharmaceutical science at the University at Buffalo while practicing as a clinical pharmacist at Sisters of Charity Hospital, St. Joseph Campus in Buffalo, NY.

    Alcohol dependence is a problem facing many in our society. Many factors influence the decision to seek help with alcohol dependence, but embarrassment and shame may lead some toward self-treatment.1 As with many other conditions, there are OTC herbal supplements that claim to be an effective treatment option. Three herbal supplements commonly seen as self-treatment options for alcohol dependency include St. John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum), Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), and Kudzu (Pueraria lobata). Although many pharmacists are familiar with these herbal supplements to some degree, that understanding is often related to potential adverse effects and drug–drug interactions. Their use in treating alcohol dependence and the associated literature is not as well known. The goal of this brief article is to review what is known about using these supplements for treating alcohol dependence.

    1. St. John’s wort: Most pharmacists are familiar with this herbal supplement and its (unapproved) use for depression. Some may not be aware that it can be a component in “detox” supplements and may be used by some to self-treat alcohol dependence. There have been some scientific studies investigating the use of St. John’s wort to treat alcohol addiction in rat models that showed some promise. The use of St. John’s wort reduced alcohol intake in rats, but there’s scant evidence that St. John’s wort can have a similar impact in human subjects.2,3 Currently, the known risks of taking St. John’s wort far outweigh any potential clinical benefit.

    2. Ashwagandha: This herbal supplement is used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine and has been used by some to overcome alcohol withdrawal or cravings. Many claim that it has anxiolytic effects that helps prevent alcohol cravings. Rat studies showed that Ashwagandha lowered anxiety associated with alcohol withdrawal, but its impact on seizure threshold hasn’t been thoroughly established.4,5 There’s currently no convincing evidence in human subjects that supports its use in treating alcohol dependency.

    3. Kudzu: Kudzu is often advertised as a way for drinkers to cut back on alcohol. It’s thought to act as an “aversion” agent, inhibiting the clearance of acetaldehyde (a toxic metabolic byproduct of alcohol), which may decrease alcohol cravings. This is similar to how the approved drug Antabuse (disulfiram) works in the body.6 Modest reductions in alcohol intake were noted in a single study of young human subjects taking kudzu extract.7 Other studies didn’t mirror these results in humans subjects.8 Kudzu hasn’t yet shown a clear benefit to drinkers trying to reduce alcohol consumption.

    As with many other OTC herbal supplements, there’s little convincing evidence that the aforementioned supplements are clinically effective treatments of alcohol dependency. There have been some scientific studies conducted, but a majority involve animal models and show modest findings that rarely translate into conclusive human trials. The primary danger of these supplements in those with alcohol dependency is not necessarily knowing the drug–drug interaction potential or side effects. The real danger may be the possible delay in seeking professional help for the dependence. If asked about herbal treatments for a drinking problem, it is advisable to recommend speaking with a professional rather than self-treatment with over-the-counter supplements.

    1. Dearing RL, Stuewig J, Tangney JP. On the importance of distinguishing shame from guilt: Relations to problematic alcohol and drug use. Addict Behav. 2005;30(7):1392-1404.
    2. Rezvani AH, Overstreet D, Yang Y, Clark E. Attenuation of alcohol intake by extract of Hypericum perforatum (St John’s wort) in two different strains of alcohol-preferring rats. Alcohol and Alcoholism. 1999;34(5):699-705.
    3. De Vry J, Maurel S, Schreiber R, De Beun R, Jentzsch K. Comparison of hypericum extracts with imipramine and fluoxetine in animal models of depression and alcoholism. European Neuropsychopharmacology. 1999;9(6):461-468.
    4. Ruby B, Benson MK, Kumar EP, Sudha S, Wilking JE. Evaluation of Ashwagandha in alcohol withdrawal syndrome. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease. 2012;2:S856-S860.
    5. Mohan L, Rao U, Gopalakrishna H, Nair V. Evaluation of the anxiolytic activity of NR-ANX-C (a polyherbal formulation) in ethanol withdrawal-induced anxiety behavior in rats. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2010;2011. pii: 327160. doi: 10.1155/2011/327160.
    6. McGregor NR. Pueraria lobata (Kudzu root) hangover remedies and acetaldehyde-associated neoplasm risk. Alcohol. 2007;41(7):469-478.
    7. Lukas SE, Penetar D, Su Z, et al. A standardized kudzu extract (NPI-031) reduces alcohol consumption in nontreatment-seeking male heavy drinkers. Psychopharmacology. 2013;226(1):65-73. doi: 10.1007/s00213-012-2884-9.
    8. Shebek J, Rindone JP. A pilot study exploring the effect of kudzu root on the drinking habits of patients with chronic alcoholism. J Altern Complement Med. 2000;6(1):45-48.

    Source: Pharmacy Times

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  • Turmeric based herbal supplement as effective as antidiabetic drug
  • Herbs and Helpers

    Wed. Dec 7, 2016 (foodconsumer.org) — A new study suggests that a supplement made of Curcuma longa and Eugenia jambolana may be used to treat type 2 diabetes mellitus effectively.

    The study led by Sadia Saleem Rao and Rahila Najam at University of Karachi in Karachi, Pakistan shows that the supplement treated type 2 diabetes mellitus as effectively as an antidiabetic drug called glibenclamide.

    Curcuma longa is known as turmeric in which curcumin is the main active ingredient. Curcumin has been tested and found to be effective in preventing type 2 diabetes mellitus.

    A study shows that taking curcumin in a dose of six grams per day for three months prevents pre-diabetes patients from developing diabetes mellitus in 100% patients.

    Eugenia jambolana is another herbal medicine that has been tested in many studies for its efficacy in treating diabetes mellitus.

    The supplement with Curcuma longa and Eugenia jambolana in a1 to 1 ratio seems to be already used in Pakastan traditionally to treat diabetes mellitus. The study has revealed evidence that this supplement could be indeed effective at managing diabetes mellitus.

    For the study, alloxan induced diabetic rats were orally supplemented with this herbal supplement in a dose of 1082 mg per 70 kg twice a day for six weeks.

    The study results show that the combinational herbal supplement significantly reduced both fasting and random plasma glucose levels with HbA1C lowered by 6% compared to the controls. The efficacy of this supplement is similar to that provided by glibenclamide. Glibenclamide is a drug commonly used to manage diabetes mellitus.
    Turmeric is one of the hebral supplements anyone can use to prevent or treat many diseases including cancer and Alzheimer’s disease in addition to diabetes mellitus. This spice is amazingly safe to use. (David Liu)

    Pak. J. Pharm. Sci., Vol.29, No.1, January 2016, pp.201-204

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  • Turning to an Ancient Art to Help Ease PTSD in Veterans
  • Small study suggests that Tai Chi could reduce symptoms, but a larger trial is needed
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    Source: HealthDay
    Related MedlinePlus Pages: Complementary and Integrative Medicine, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

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