Our preclinical study in GLP laboratory confirms that our phytoheat gives 37% pain relieve compared to Disodium Diclofenac which provides only 20%. Our innovative research shows how effective are plant based bioactives in reducing inflammation
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Users are moving away from chemical based medicine in most cases because they believe it is not safe but users also want to make sure the herbal medicine or natural medicine is effective and safe. The relevant scientific evidence is an important parameter in determining the efficacy and safety. We at Dr Nabisar make sure all our products are scientifically validated for effectiveness and safe to consume or use.

We continually doing research in providing the best health and beauty products for everyone to use. We have done preclinical studies in international GLP lab with protocol produced by us and the study party in producing high value products to our customers. We have carried out 12 preclinical studies and embarking in more in providing good products to our customers.

NON STEROIDAL PSORIASIS CREAM

The preclinical study in GLP lab shows our SOREA cream have more than 50% of the activity of a chemical based topical Psoriasis cream, Clobetasol.

This is great achievement because currently, there is no treatment for psoriasis but psoriasis sufferers use steroid creams to manage their situation.

Therefore the discovery of a natural bioactives to cure psoriasis is a great achievements and we have produced one of the first bioactive based treatment for psoriasis.

BIODRUGS FOR DENGUE TREATMENT

Our in house formulation for dengue treatment is a heterogenous plant bioactives formulation made from standardized extracts from tropical herbs & plants. It is very effective in Increasing platelet count in hemorrhaging dengue. Patient can see a difference in one day upon application of this topical cream all over the body. Topical application is more desirable In this case because the body and internal organ is quite weak upon infection with dengue virus. It is effective in different strains of the virus. A significant in Platelet count and RDW differences can be noticed In a matter of days. It also reduces fever and it acts as an antiinfalmmatory in modulating the immune response. The topical cream also soothes the skin and non sticky and absorbs readily into the skin.

WOUNDCARE

The desire to see the wound heal fast without much hassle to the patients have made us to research on the best standardized extracts for wound healing without irritation, pus, sores and inflammation. The negative effects of the wound is settled very quickly by applying our innovative topical cream. This formulation provides wound care by sloughing necrotic tissue, quickly make granulation for the epithelization of the tissue and skin and closing the wound. It is soothing with a pleasant plant smell.

PHYTOCOOL

It relieves sinusitis so fast that you will forget that you actually had a sinus block. It soothes so fast and well that you only experience a tangling sensation for a short while and this results in theand then it clears your nasal congestion. This is such a relief from those who don’t want to use steroid base products for nasal decongestant and sinusitis.

LICE LOTION

No more pesticides like malathion to treat your child lice problem. We have developed a fast, effective treatment which in one or 2 usage will free your child or pet from lice problems. It is such a pleasurable experiences working with kids infested with lice in this project and the look on their face when the lice lotion does not cause eye irritation or discomfort to the child. Kids love the smell. Lice and nits becomes a yesterday problem with our innovative solution.

PRECLINICAL STUDY FOR CONFIRMATION OF NON IRRITANT SKIN PRODUCT

ACUTE DERMAL IRRITATIONS STUDY OF NABISAR PHYTOCOOL IN RABBITS.

DATA REQUIREMENT GUIDELINES: OECD 404

SUMMARY
STUDY TYPE: Acute Dermal Irritation – Rabbit, OECD 404
TEST ITEM: Nabisar Phytocool [100 %]
Clinical Observations other than Dermal Irritation
No clinical signs were observed in any rabbit throughout the experimental period.

Necropsy (Macroscopic Findings)
External: External examination did not reveal any abnormality.
Internal: Visceral examination did not reveal any abnormality.

CLASSIFICATION
Based on the results of this study, an indication of the classification for Nabisar Phytocool is as follows:
Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS 2017) : Not classified as a skin irritant

ACUTE DERMAL IRRITATIONS STUDY OF NABISAR PHYTOHEAT IN RABBITS

DATA REQUIREMENT GUIDELINES: OECD 404

SUMMARY
STUDY TYPE: Acute Dermal Irritation – Rabbit, OECD 404
TEST ITEM: Nabisar Phytoheat [100 %]
Clinical Observations other than Dermal Irritation
No clinical signs were observed in any rabbit throughout the experimental period.

Necropsy (Macroscopic Findings)
External: External examination did not reveal any abnormality.
Internal: Visceral examination did not reveal any abnormality.

CLASSIFICATION
Based on the results of this study, an indication of the classification for Nabisar Phytoheat is as follows:
Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS 2017) : Not classified as a skin irritant

ACUTE DERMAL IRRITATION STUDY OF NABISAR SOREA IN RABBITS

DATA REQUIREMENT GUIDELINES: OECD 404

SUMMARY
STUDY TYPE: Acute Dermal Irritation – Rabbit, OECD 404
TEST ITEM: Nabisar Sorea [100 %]
Clinical Observations other than Dermal Irritation

Necropsy (Macroscopic Findings)
External: External examination did not reveal any abnormality.
Internal: Visceral examination did not reveal any abnormality.

CLASSIFICATION
Based on the results of this study, an indication of the classification for Nabisar Denpro is as follows:
Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS 2017) : Not classified as a skin irritant

ACUTE DERMAL IRRITATIONS STUDY OF NABISAR WOUNDCARE IN RABBITS

DATA REQUIREMENT GUIDELINES: OECD 404

SUMMARY
STUDY TYPE: Acute Dermal Irritation – Rabbit, OECD 404
TEST ITEM: Nabisar Woundcare[100 %]
Clinical Observations other than Dermal Irritation
No clinical signs were observed in any rabbit throughout the experimental period.

Necropsy (Macroscopic Findings)
External: External examination did not reveal any abnormality.
Internal: Visceral examination did not reveal any abnormality.

CLASSIFICATION
Based on the results of this study, an indication of the classification for NABISAR WOUNDCARE is as follows:
Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS 2017) : Not classified as a skin irritant

ACUTE DERMAL IRRITATIONS STUDY OF NABISAR LICE LOTION IN RABBITS

DATA REQUIREMENT GUIDELINES: OECD 404

SUMMARY
STUDY TYPE: Acute Dermal Irritation – Rabbit, OECD 404
TEST ITEM: Nabisar Lice Lotion [100 %]
Clinical Observations other than Dermal Irritation
No clinical signs were observed in any rabbit throughout the experimental period.

Necropsy (Macroscopic Findings)
External: External examination did not reveal any abnormality.
Internal: Visceral examination did not reveal any abnormality.

CLASSIFICATION
Based on the results of this study, an indication of the classification for Nabisar Lice Lotion is as follows:
Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS 2017) : Not classified as a skin irritant

ACUTE DERMAL IRRITATIONS STUDY OF NABISAR DENPRO IN RABBITS

DATA REQUIREMENT GUIDELINES: OECD 404

SUMMARY
STUDY TYPE: Acute Dermal Irritation – Rabbit, OECD 404
TEST ITEM: Nabisar Denpro [100 %]

RESULTS
The control skin sites of all three rabbits were normal with no erythema and no oedema observed throughout the experimental period.

Clinical Observations other than Dermal Irritation
No clinical signs were observed in any rabbit throughout the experimental period.

Necropsy (Macroscopic Findings)
External: External examination did not reveal any abnormality.
Internal: Visceral examination did not reveal any abnormality.

CLASSIFICATION
Based on the results of this study, an indication of the classification for Nabisar Denpro is as follows:
Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS 2017) : Not classified as a skin irritant