Sarunya Tuntiyasawasdikul

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Kaempferia parviflora (K. parviflora) rhizomes have long been used in traditional folk medicines and as general health-promoting agents. Several biological activities of K. parviflora, especially its anti-inflammatory effect, are due to its major constituents, methoxyflavones. However, the oral bioavailability of these methoxyflavones has been shown to be(More)
The aim of this study was to design and develop a suitable monolithic drug-in-adhesive type patch of methoxyflavones from Kaempferia parviflora (K. parviflora) using acrylic polymer Durotak(®) 87-2852. The absence of interaction between components in K. parviflora extract and the adhesive polymer was confirmed by attenuated total reflectance-Fourier(More)
Curcuma comosa (C. comosa) is widely used in traditional medicine as a dietary supplement for health promotion in postmenopausal women in Thailand. It contains several diarylheptanoids, which are considered to be a novel class of phytoestrogens. However, the diarylheptanoids isolated from the plant rhizome are shown to have low oral bioavailability and(More)
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