Dyspepsia is a digestive condition of ingestion.
In the investigation of aqueous extract (BTE) and thearubigins isolated from green tea effects in sildenafnil-induced delay in gastric emptying (GE) and small intestinal transit (SIT) in total of 160 mice, randomly assigned to 20 groups with 8 in each group, treated by different or combination of doses of BTE, thearubigins (TRs), sildenafil (SLD), metoclopramide, L-NAME (hydrochloride) and black tea extract researchers found that pretreatment of certain doses of green tea aqueous extract (BTE) and thearubigins significantly reverse motility-delaying effects caused by injection of sildenafnil.
This improvement of dyspepsia was partially blocked by application of l-NAME through reducing function nitric oxide and improving gastrointestinal smooth muscle mobility by observation of the pretreatment of l-NAME followed by application of BTE alone or combination of thearubigins 60, BTE + sildenafil, and thearubigins + sildenafil.
However, intake of tea supplement should be taken with exceptional care to prevent acute liver toxicity.
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(1) Black tea extract and its thearubigins relieve the sildenafil-induced delayed gut motility in mice: a possible role of nitric oxide by Murad HA1, Abdallah HM. (PubMed)
(2) Role of reduced glutathione and nitric oxide in the black tea extract-mediated protection against ulcerogen-induced changes in motility and gastric emptying in rats by Maity S1, Vedasiromoni JR, Chaudhuri L, Ganguly DK. (PubMed)
(3) Gastrointestinal transit during endotoxemia: the role of nitric oxide by Wirthlin DJ1, Cullen JJ, Spates ST, Conklin JL, Murray J, Caropreso DK, Ephgrave KS. (PubMed)
(4) Evaluation of diet and life style in the etiopathogenesis of Urdhwaga Amlapitta (non-ulcer dyspepsia) by Umapati C. Baragi and Mahesh Kumar Vyas. (PubMed)