A member of the forget-me-not flower family found to prevent neurodegenerative disorders

(Natural News) Researchers from Pakistan have found that Nonea micrantha, a plant native to northern Africa and the Iberian Penninsula, contains bioactive compounds that can potentially be used to treat neurodegenerative diseases. The team arrived at this finding by studying the plant’s ability to inhibit the breakdown of acetylcholine — a chemical messenger in the brain linked to…

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