A new miracle in traditional medicine: Anatolias

The 1st International Traditional and Complementary Medicine Congress, which was held to ensure the integration of Modern Medicine and Complementary Medicine, attracted great attention with national and international participation. 

Professor Dr. İbrahim Adnan Saraçoğlu participated with his products as "Prof Saraçoğlu" brand that he has in the market. He signed his books for the visitors and readers who showed great interest in both the treatments he prepared and his books. He also gave a presentation at the conference entitled "Sycamore Leaf Against Calcification (Platanus orientalis / Platanus anatolias).

Started his presentation by saying that he will give information that will be heard for the first time, Prof. Saraçoğlu explained the important effects of sycamore leaf, a species that grows only in Anatolia in the Aegean Region. Also known as Occidentalis in the USA, Orientalis in Asia and Anatolia, and distinguished by the name of Anatolias for the first time explored by Prof. Saraçoğlu. Prof. Saraçoğlu emphasized that the important thing for the medical use of these sycamore leaves is to wait for the sycamore leaf to dry on the branch, and stated that otherwise the plant would can be otherwise referred to as toxic, not enough calcifying and antidepressant effect.

Prof. Saraçoğlu state that Orientalis is very effective in calcification, gut and Post Manter's Syndrome, which we call PMS. He continued his speech as follows: "I am the first person to introduce the effects of sycamore leaf on arthritis to the world. Ibn-i Sina used this plant externally as an analgesic against waist, knee and toothache and also made porridge as an edema remover. If you isolate Methylobacterium Platani, which is unique to sycamore leaf, you will see what it is capable of. This feature was found by a South Korean scientific group while doing research on the environment. When thinking about collecting a plant/herbal, you have to know the bacterial population on that plant/herbal.

He explained why he called Oriantalis, Anatolias, "This is a herb/plant that grows only in the Aegean Region, where there are boron mines because we know that the mineral structure of the soil changes the secondary metabolites formed on the leaf." Saraçoğlu explains that this plant also has antifungal effect and antibiotic properties. He also emphasized that thanks to the Diazolin molecule it contains, it affects the estrogen hormone in women, thus it is an invaluable for women in the menopausal period.

Prof. Dr. İbrahim Adnan Saraçoğlu finished his speech with good news: "Let me give you good news here. The National Botanical Garden will open in the near future in Ankara. 81 provinces, 181 universities, agricultural provinces or district directorates of each province come together with the universities of their own province or district to share knowledge with biodiversity and genetic resources. Today national botanic also means that there is a national medicine. This should be the goal. Discovery of a new molecule is something to be proud of. 3 thousand plants mean to say that there are three thousand new molecules. Our young people are opem to knowledge. This event will set Turkey 90 degrees on foot.