Proposal for Innovation Day

Topics: Pineapple, Daikon, Radish Pages: 8 (1921 words) Published: August 26, 2013
TITLE
The Cure for Gallstone with the Usage of Ananas comosus and Raphanus sativus var. longipinnatus

GROUPS’ MEMBERS
MOHAMAD NADZMI BIN MOHD ANUAR PRA/0052/13
MUHAMAD HANAFI BIN RAZAK PRA/0060/13
TALHAH BIN MOHD SIRAJUDDIN PRA/0126/13
ABDUL ‘AZIM BIN ROSLAN PRA/0033/13
TIMOTHY LAMBAT A/L BUNYAM PRA/0128/13

PREFERRED INSTITUTION
MARA COLLEGE KULIM KEDAH
UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA (USM) PENANG

Index
Title| Page Number|
-Field of Study| 1|
-Topic| 1|
-Introduction| 1|
-Literature Review| 2 - 3|
-Problem Statement| 4|
-Objective| 4|
-Hypothesis| 4|
-Material and Apparatus| 4|
-Methods| 5|
-Stastitical Analysis| 5|
-Research Schedule| 5|
-Limitation| 6|
-Bibliography| 7|

FIELD OF STUDY
* Herbal Medicine

TOPIC
* The Cure for Gallstone with the Usage of Ananas comosus and Raphanus sativus var. longipinnatus

INTRODUCTION
* Generally, pineapples (Ananas comosus) and white radishes (Raphanus sativus var. longipinnatus) had been discovered to have the same ability for human health which is for treat gallstones problem. Mostly, Ananas comosus and Raphanus sativus var. longipinnatus are proven to become a medicine for gallstones problem by certain doctor and some people who ate it. The usage of Ananas comosus and Raphanus sativus var. longipinnatus are mostly be eaten as a vegetables and fruits. As our new generation’s duty to make a better future, we would like to make a wider research about the cure for gallstones by using Ananas comosus and Raphanus sativus var. longipinnatus. If we had an opportunity that given by our college, we would like to invent a medicine for the gallstones problem maybe in potion form and in tablet form so everyone could use it to prevent gallstones problem in the future and to decrease the statistic of gallstones patients in Malaysia in World Health Organization (WHO) data so Malaysia could be the top safe country in global wide.

LITERATURE REVIEW Figure 1-R. sativus var. longipinnatus 1. Raphanus sativus var. longipinnatus
Daikon, mooli, or white radish (Raphanus sativus var. longipinnatus, also known by other names) is a mild-flavoured, very large, white East Asian radish with a wide variety of culinary uses. Despite often being associated with Japan, it was originally cultivated in continental Asia(Larkom, Joy Doughlass, Elizabeth, 1994, Oxford University Press US. p. 114). Although there are many varieties of daikon, the most common in Japan, the aokubi-daikon, has the shape of a giant carrot, approximately 20 to 35 cm (8 to 14 in) long and 5 to 10 cm (2 to 4 in) in diameter. One of the most unusually shaped varieties of daikon cultivated in Kagoshima Prefecture is the turnip-shaped sakurajima daikon, which often grows as large as 50 cm (20 in) in diameter and weighs as much as 45 kg (100 lb)( Japan National Tourist Organization, 1975 p. 837). The flavour is generally rather mild compared to smaller radishes.Korean varieties are larger and rounder than the typical long, thin Japanese types and are often spicier.(Chronicle Books, 1999. p. 10) Radishes are moderately high in Vitamin C, carotene and contain properties that appear to be beneficial for symptoms of colds, flu, fever, cough, respiratory problems, and digestive disorders. Radishes also is a good appetizer, mouth and breathe freshener, laxative, regulates metabolism, improves blood circulation, is a good treatment for headache, acidity, constipation, whooping cough, gastric problems, gallbladder stones, dyspepsia etc. Radish is especially beneficial for liver and gallbladder functions. It regulates production and flow of bile and bilirubin, acids, enzymes and removes excess bilirubin from the blood, being a good detoxifier. It also contains enzymes like myrosinase, diastase, amylase and esterase. It protects liver and gallbladder from infections and ulcers and soothes them. [4] Laboratory analysis...
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