Objective: The present study was undertaken to evaluate in-vitro antimicrobial activity of methanol, acetone and N, N-dimethylformamide extracts from leaf of Terminalia catappa L. (Combretaceae). Methods: In vitro antimicrobial activity of all the extracts was done by agar disc diffusion assay. 91 clinically important strains were used for the study, which were both clinical isolates as well as identified strains. Piperacillin and gentamicin were used as standards for antibacterial assay, while nystatin and flucanazole were used as standards for antifungal assay. Antimicrobial activity was determined by measurement of inhibition zone around each paper disc. For each extract three replicate trials were conducted against each organism. Results: The antibacterial activity was more pronounced against bacteria than fungal strains. The Gram positive bacteria were more susceptible than Gram negative bacteria. The methanol extract showed best antibacterial activity. T. catappa leaf extracts showed better
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Natural polysaccharides are drawing a great deal of attention in the recent years as excipient in the pharmaceutical industry. Due to the advances in drug delivery technology, natural polysaccharides are included in controlled drug delivery to fulfill multitask functions and in some cases directly or indirectly influence the extent and /or rate of drug release. In the present study, the polysaccharides extracted from Terminalia belarica gum (TBG) were evaluated for its safety and potency towards pre formulation studies as a pharmaceutical excipient. The study was undertaken with an objective to expound the physicochemical, thermal and functional properties of polysaccharide obtained from Terminalia belarica gum (TBG). A purified component of polysaccharide was isolated from Terminalia belarica gum (TBG) by gel filtration method. Elemental analysis, Scanning electron microscopy (SEM), X-ray diffraction spectroscopy (XRD), Differential scanning microscopy (DSC) and Fourier-transformed infrared ...
The deciduous tree Terminalia bellirica found in Southeast Asia is extensively used in traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicine for the treatment of hypertension, rheumatism, and diabetes. The anti-atherogenic effect of Terminalia bellirica fruit has not been fully elucidated. Here, we investigated the effect of Terminalia bellirica extract (TBE) on low-density lipoprotein (LDL) oxidation and inflammation in macrophages. TBE showed 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical scavenging activity (EC50: 7.2 ± 1.2 μg/mL) and 15-lipoxygenase inhibitory activity. TBE also significantly inhibited free radical-induced LDL oxidation compared to the solvent control in vitro. In THP-1 macrophages, TBE treatment resulted in significant decreases of the mRNA expression of tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-α), interleukin-1beta (IL-1β), and lectin-like oxidized LDL receptor-1 (LOX-1). TBE also reduced matrix metalloproteinase (MMP)-9 secretion and intracellular reactive oxygen species (ROS) production in THP-1
Terminalia chebula (Black Myrobalan or Chebulic Myrobalan It is a deciduous tree growing to 30-metre (98 ft) tall, with a trunk up to 1-metre (3 ft 3 in) in diameter. The leaves are alternate to
Description: Triphala, the most widely used herbal blend in Ayurveda, was valued by the ancient Hindus as good manager of the hosue. Triphala contains equal parts of three fruits: Terminalia chebula, Terminalia belerica, and Embelica officinalis. The triphala fruit extract in this product is guaranteed to contain 45% tannins. Size: 90ct 500mg Directions: As a dietary supplement, take 3 capsules daily with a meal or glass of water. Serving Size: 3 Capsule 30 Servings per container Ingredients: Amount Per Serving - % Daily Value Emblica officinalis (fruit extract) 500 mg Terminalia belerica (fruit extract) 500 mg Terminalia chebula (fruit extract) 500 mg Other Ingredients: Cellulose, gelatin (capsule) and magnesium stearate
TY - JOUR. T1 - Clinical effectiveness of fluoride-releasing elastomers. I. T2 - Salivary Streptococcus mutans numbers. AU - Wilson, Thomas G.. AU - Gregory, Richard L.. PY - 1995/3. Y1 - 1995/3. N2 - The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of fluoride-releasing elastomers on salivary Streptococcus mutans numbers. Twenty-four patients with fixed orthodontic appliances were randomly divided into experimental and control groups consisting of 12 patients each. Conventional elastomers were in place while two baseline whole saliva samples were collected from each subject in both groups at their regular appointments. After the second baseline sample was taken, conventional elastomers were replaced with fluoride-releasing elastomers in the experimental group, whereas conventional elastomers were continued in the control group. Three saliva samples were then collected from all subjects at 1-week intervals. Conventional elastomers were placed in all subjects while two postexperimental saliva ...
Brihat Phala Ghrita Ingredients:. Manjista (Rubiacordifolia) St.. Kusta (Inularacemosa) Rt.. Sugandha Bala (Valerianavallachi) Rt.. Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) Fr.. Vibhitaki (Terminalia belerica) Fr.. Amalaki (Emblica officinalis) Fr.. Sugar (Saccharumofficinarum). Vacha (Acoruscalamus) Rzm,. Haridra(Curcuma longa) Rzm,. Daruharidra (Berberisaristata) St ,. Yestimadhu (Glycyrriza glabra) St.. Medha (Polygonatum cirrhitalium) Blb.. Ajamoda (Apiumgraveolens) Sd.. Katuki (Picrorhizakurroa) St.. Ksheeravidari (Puerariatuberosa) Rzm.. Hingu (Ferula foetida) Exd.. Kakoli (Liliumpolyphyllum) Blb.. Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), Rt.. Shatavari (Asparagus racemosa) Rt.Each13mg.,. Ghrita (Ghee) 10gm., Ksheera (Milk) 40ml.,. Haridra (Curcuma longa) Rzm.. Musta (Inula racemosa) Rzm,. Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) Fr.. Vibhitaki (Terminalia belerica) Fr.. Amalaki (Emblica officinalis) Fr. Each 10 mg.,. Lemon (Citrus lemon) 1 Dosage:. 12g. preventive - 24 g. curative, two to three times in a day.. ...
Terminalia catappa L. seed is one of the source of vegetable oils. This research aimed to determine the similarity of physicochemical properties and fatty acids content (palmitic, stearic, oleic and linoleic) among catappa, olive, sesame and palm oils. Catappa oil was extracted by petroleum benzine using Soxhlet for 24 hours. Oils yield (51.25% w/w) was similar to palm and sesame oil. It indicates that catappa seed is valuable source for vegetable oil. Major fatty acid methyl ester composition of catappa oil was analyzed by GC-MS. They were methyl palmitic (35.63%), methyl oleic (33.49%), methyl linoleic (24.49%), and methyl stearic (4.66%). High palmitic acid methyl ester of catappa oil was similar to palmitic acid in palm oil. Specific gravity (0.898 gram/mL) of catappa oil was similar to that of palm oil and its refractive index (1.4648) was similar to that of sesame oil. The quality of catappa oil is better than that of olive oil. This is based on its lower acid value (4.7 mgKOH/gram) than ...
IJAHM is a online opan access journal that publishes articles in the field of Ayurveda and herbal medicine . It is an international journal to encourage research publication to research scholars, academicians, professionals and students engaged in their respective field. The journal also provides an international forum to disseminate their knowledge.
ARJUNA, White Marudah, Terminalia Arjuna - Combretaceae Part used : Bark Energetics : - Rasa (taste) : Astringent, Bitter - Virya (action) : Cooling - Vipaka (post-digestive effect) : Sweet - Guna (quality) : Light, Dry Doshas : Tridoshic. KP- Tissues : rasa (plasma), rakta (blood), shukra (reproductive) Actions : - Heart tonic, ulcer healing,…
RESUMO: Terminalia fagifolia Mart. & Zucc. (capitão-do-campo, chapadeiro, cachaporra-do-gentio) é uma planta típica do cerrado brasileiro, cuja a casca do caule é utilizada pela medicina popular para alivio de desconfortos gastrointestinais, o estudo fotoquímico da casca mostrou a presença de grande quantidade de substâncias antioxidantes (triterpenos e flavonoides) que são responsáveis pelo efeito farmacológico e podem desenvolver efeito tóxico principalmente no sistema reprodutivo. O objetivo deste estudo foi investigar o potencial tóxico: agudo, subcrônico e reprodutivo do extrato etanólico da casca do caule de Terminalia Fagifolia Mart. & Zucc., em roedores. Para teste de toxicidade aguda, cinco grupos de camundongos fêmeas foram tratados por via oral com extrato etanólico ou fração (hidroalcoolica, hexanica ou aquosa) por gavagem 2,0 g/kg/dia (n= 5/grupo), o comportamento geral e mortalidade foram observados por até 14 dias. Para o ensaio de toxicidade subcrônica, ratas ...
An improved method for concentrating/enriching the polyphenolic contents from the dried, unripe fruit rinds of |i|Terminalia belerica |/i|is disclosed. The present invention also discloses a light col
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Natural tannins have a high affinity to absorb metal ions, proteins and some other biomolecules. In this study, tannins extracted from Terminalia arjuna (Kumbuk) were used to synthesise renewable tannin-phenol-formaldehyde resin systems and a porous modified resin system. A series of resin systems was synthesised by varying the incorporated phenol content. The ion exchange capacities of the resins produced were studied and the resin with the highest ion exchange capacity was selected. It was sulfonated to increase the properties further. A monovalent cation, Na+ was used to estimate the adsorption properties of both sulfonated and unsulfonated resin systems. Solubility and swelling properties of the resins were measured to check their applicability as an ion exchanger in aqueous media at different pH values. Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) analysis was carried out to characterise the synthesised resins. Scanning electronic microscopic (SEM) images were obtained to study the ...
Tripathi, Yamini B. (1993) Terminalia arjuna extract modulates the contraction of rat aorta induced by KCl and norepinephrine. [Publication] Full text not available from this repository ...
Common name: False kamani, almendras, badamier, Java almond, amandier de Cayenne, tropical almond, wild almond, Indian almond, myrobalan, Malabar almond,
At present it is the season of emblica officinalis. The markets in Kerala are full with this precious fruit. We use this herb in combination with Terminalia chebula Retz.and Terminalia belerica Retz. to make Triphala.Triphala is an antioxidant-rich herbal formulation and possesses diverse beneficial properties. It is a widely prescribed Ayurvedic drug and is used as a colon cleanser, digestive, diuretic, and laxative. Recent studies have shown that Triphala is also useful in the prevention of cancer and that it possesses antineoplastic, radioprotective and chemoprotective effects. In pubmed 24 articles prescribe the effect of this precious fruit on various disseases and one among them is cancer. The power of this magic fruit has just begun to explore. I keep you informed ...
Forested wetlands dominated by Terminalia carolinensis are endemic to Micronesia but common only on the island of Kosrae, Federated States of Micronesia. On Kosrae, these forests occur on Nansepsep, Inkosr, and Sonahnpil soil types, which differ in degree of flooding and soil saturation. We compared forest structure, growth, nutrition, and regeneration on two sites each on Nansepsep and Inkosr soils and one site on the much less common Sonahnpil soil type. Terminalia tree sizes were similar on all three soil types, but forests differed in total basal area, species of smaller trees, and total plant species diversity. Terminalia regeneration was found only on the Inkosr soil type, which had the highest water table levels. Other Terminalia species are relatively light demanding, and T. carolinensis exhibited similar characteristics. It is therefore likely that Terminalia requires periodic, but perhaps naturally rare, stand-replacing disturbances (e.g., typhoons) in order to maintain its dominanace, except.
BackgroundPlasmodium falciparum malaria is still one of the most deadly pathology worldwide. Efficient treatment is jeopardized by parasite resistance to artemisinin and its derivatives, and by poor access to treatment in endemic regions. Anti-malarial traditional remedies still offer new tracks for identifying promising antiplasmodial molecules, and a way to ensure that all people have access to care. The present study aims to validate the traditional use of Terminalia macroptera, a Malian plant used in traditional medicine.MethodsTerminalia macroptera was collected in Mali. Leaves (TML) and roots ethanolic extracts (TMR) were prepared and tested at 2000 mg/kg for in vivo acute toxicity in Albino Swiss mice. Antiplasmodial activity of the extracts was assessed against a chloroquine resistant strain P. falciparum (FcB1) in vitro. In vivo, anti-malarial efficacy was assessed by a 4-day suppressive test at 100 mg/kg in two malaria murine models of uncomplicated malaria (Plasmodium chabaudi chabaudi
2019, Witold Stefański Institute of Parasitology, Polish Academy of Sciences. Introduction: Paramphistomosis is a disease caused by the rumen flukes which cause an acute gastroenteritis and anemia with high mortality particularly in young ruminants. Materials and methods: In this study, we have investigated the anthelmintic effect of medicinal plant extracts from leaves and heartwoods of Cassia siamea L., roots of Plumbago zeylanica L. and Plumbago indica L., and leaves of Terminalia catappa L. against Carmyerius spatiosus. Results: The highest anthelminthic effect on the flukes after 24 h of exposure was found in heartwood ethyl acetate extract of C. siamea (LC50 = 374.30; LC90 = 749.03 ppm), root n-butanol extract of P. zeylanica (LC50 = 1005.12; LC90 = 2411.55 ppm), root hexane, ethyl acetate, and n-butanol extract of P. indica (LC50 = 34.38, 211.34, 506.92; LC90 = 64.09, 496.05, 934.86 ppm), and leaf n-butanol and water extract of T. catappa (LC50 = 487.17, 470.28; LC90 = 913.27, 848.23 ...
Product Description:Supreme Cleanse is a kit containing four herbal blends, dietary and nutritional guidelines to support the body in a two-week internal cleansing and detoxifying program.Ingredients:Supreme Cleanse 1 -Rejuve Powder, Psyllium/Triphala Supreme, Psyllium Husks (plantago ovata blond), Thriphala Powder Extract (wildcrafted ayuvedic herb extract blend consisting of: Emblica officinalis, Terminalia bellerica, Terminalia chebula), Organic Marshmallow Root (althaea off), Deglycyrrhizinated Organic Licorice Root Extract (glycyrrhiza glabra), Organic Ginger Root (zingiber off) Supreme Cleanse 2 -Sweetish Bitters Elixir, Turmeric Root (curcuma longa), Fresh Gentian Root (gentiana lutea), Fresh Calamus Root (acorus calamus), Milk Thistle Seed (silybum marianum), Fresh Wild Yam Root (dioscora villosa) Cardamom Seed (elettaria cardamomum), Fennel Seed (foeniculum vulgare), Ginger Root (zingiber officinalis), Indian Gooseberry (emblica officinalis) Bitter Orange Essence, Anise Seed Essence, Blend of
The magic herb here is Triphala. It is a mixture of three dried berries or fruits-amalaki (Emblica officinalis), haritaki (Terminalia chebula), and bibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica). Interestingly, triphala also has many other health benefits. It is an excellent cleanser with rejuvenating properties. Ayurvedic practitioners suggest taking triphala for losing body fat and weight. They have highlighted the properties of this mixture, that helps burning fat faster.. How Triphala Helps in Burning Fat. Along with the benefits that triphala blesses your body with, it is the fat-burning properties of triphala that makes it more important. The three berries in triphala are excellent in flushing toxins from your body. It is this mechanism that works wonders, and helps the body get rid of fat.. When your digestive system gets rid of toxins, it is clean, which makes it more efficient. The result-your digestive system works at its best. The long-term benefits of an effective and healthy digestive system ...
Terminalia arjuna is a deciduous tree found throughout India, the bark of which has been used in traditional Ayurvedic herbalism to support cardiovascular health for over three centuries. According to animal research, Terminalia arjuna may help maintain healthy phospholipid and triglyceride levels, and has demonstrated antioxidant activities comparable to vitamin E.*. Herbal Supplement. ...
Uric-X™ combines Terminalia bellerica and tart cherry fruit (Prunus cerasus) to help maintain healthy blood uric acid levels. Terminalia bellerica is a deciduous tree common in Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent. Its fruit and kernel oil have been
terminalia arjuna amazon. Arjuna is a unique herbal supplement that helps to maintain a healthy heart and to reduce the effects of stress and nervousness. Arjuna promotes effective cardiac functioning and regulates blood pressure. It improves the blood circulation to the heart and also tones the heart.. arjuna ardagh biography. Do not take double dose. If you miss a dose you should take it as soon as you remember about your missing. If it is the time for the next dose you should continue your regular dosing schedule.. arjuna kalari sangam. If you overdose Arjuna and you dont feel good you should visit your doctor or health care provider immediately.. arjuna network. Store at room temperature between 15 and 30 degrees C (59 and 86 degrees F) away from moisture, light and heat. Keep this medicine in the original bottle. Throw away any unused medicine after the expiration date. Keep out of the reach of children.. krishna arjuna bhagavad gita. Arjuna is an ayurverdic herbal supplement which works ...
Almeda FQ, Parrillo JE, Klein LW. Alternative therapeutic strategies for patients with severe end-stage coronary artery disease not amenable to conventional revascularization. Catheter Cardiovasc Interv . 2003;60(1):57-66. Bakloanov D, Simons M. Arteriogenesis: lessons learned from clinical trials. Endothelium . 2003;10(4-5):217-23. Bharani A, Ganguli A, Mathur LK, et al. Efficacy of Terminalia arjuna in chronic stable angina: a double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover study comparing Terminalia arjuna with isosorbide mononitrate. Indian Heart J . 2002;54:170-5. Bope & Kellerman: Conns Current Therapy 2013 . 1st ed. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Saunders; 2012. Budoff MJ, Achenbach S, Duerinckx A. Clinical utility of computed tomography and magnetic resonance techniques for noninvasive coronary angiography. J Am Coll Cardiol . 2003;42(11):1867-78. Budzynshi J, Pulkowski G, Suppan K, et al. Improvement in health-related quality of life after therapy with omneprazole in patients with coronary ...
Tropical Almond with its scientific name Terminalia catappa produces the edible fruit changes from white to greenish color contains thick and hard stone inside the shell.
Physical substrates in the rearing environment can influence the early survival and feeding patterns of captive-reared fish. In this study, we determined whether substrates affect the survival and growth of hatchery-reared silver therapon Leiopotherapon plumbeus larvae as well as examined their prey selectivity and diel feeding cycle. Newly hatched larvae [1.92 mm total length (TL)] were reared for 40 days in triplicate 4 m3 tanks with or without tropical almond Terminalia catappa leaves as substrate. Prey selectivity of larvae reared in tanks with substrate for 35 days from the yolk-sac stage was measured by the Chessons selectivity index (αi). Diel feeding cycle of 3-4 days post-hatch (dph) silver therapon larvae reared in tanks exposed to natural light cycle and fed wild zooplankton was also studied. Larvae reared in tanks with substrate had significantly higher survivorship (48.44 ± 7.85%) than those reared in tanks without substrate (26.73 ± 1.60%). However, total length, specific ...
A. Senthilkumar, T.N. Padmasree, A. Gopala Krishna and S.N. Gummadi,In vitro studies on Terminalia arjuna bark extract: Its effect on antioxidant enzyme catalase, Joint Annual Meeting of The International Society of Heart Research (Indian Section), International Academy of Cardiovascular Sciences (Indian Chapter) & Heart Failure Society, Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) Chandigarh, India, 29 Feb - 2 Mar ...
Arjuna, or Terminalia arjuna, is a tall evergreen plant with light yellow flowers and cone-shaped leaves. The bark of the arjuna tree has been used historically in Ayurveda to treat a variety of ailments.
The Pindan Walnut, also commonly known as Kalumburu Almond or Pindan Quondong, occurs in isolated pockets in the Kimberley region. This tree grows up to 6 metres in height and its bark is corky and grey in colour. It grows on sandy soils and often near sandstone outcrops. The nuts are this trees most distinctive feature…
Its a cross! Red Gubinge is a hybrid between Gubinge and Marul (Blackberry) and is not that common. The fruit is much fuller and sweeter than Marul, however this is also dependent on seasonality of the fruiting period. The fruits below were collected in Cygnet Bay with the Bardi Jawi Rangers as part of the…
Because of the increasing of obesity and related diseases, obesity is recognized as a major public health problem in industrialized as well as in developing countries, and the factors that regulate white adipose tissue are of great interest. An excess of body fat predisposes to the development of insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome, especially when concentrated within the abdomen. Classified as a disease, obesity diminishes both quality of life and life expectancy. The metabolic deregulation ultimately may lead to complications such as diabetes mellitus, coronary heart disease, hypertension, and some types of cancer1. The number of drugs approved for the treatment of obesity is very limited compared to other multifactorial diseases such as hypertension. This situation urged scientists to elucidate the mechanisms of adipose tissue development and to find natural substances able to antagonize excessive fat deposition. Medicinal products obtained from a variety of plants are. currently being ...
A large deciduous tree grows up to 30 meters in height. Leaves simple, upper alternate, lower opposite, elliptic-oblong, acute or acuminate; flowers small brown, sessile, in rusty pubescent spike, fruits reddish brown winged ...
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Like Yog, Pranayama should also be performed four or five hours after taking food. In the morning Pranayama should be done after finishing daily routine acts like cleansing mouth, emptying of bowels etc., it should also be done before Yogsana. In the beginning Pranayama should be done for five or ten minutes gradually the time may be increased up to about 1/2 or 1 hour. Maintain a specific number of repetitions and do not variate. Maintain a specific rhythm. If it is not possible to clean the bowels by morning, at night take some mild laxative like terminalia chebula (Indian Hardaya) or any other mild laxative (a non habit forming medicinal herb having a laxative effect). Kapala-bhati Pranayama, if done regularly for a few days will help in curing constipation ...
Tergallic acids are trimers of gallic acid, often found naturally in the form of glycosides. Tergallic acid O- or C-glucosides that can be found in acorns of several Quercus (oak) species. The dehydrated tergallic acid C-glucoside and tergallic acid O-glucoside can be characterised in the acorns of Quercus macrocarpa. Dehydrated tergallic-C-glucoside (m/z 613) can be found in the cork from Quercus suber. Tergallic acid glucosides can also be found in Terminalia chebula. Tergallic acid dilactone can be found in Rhynchosia volubilis seeds. The chemical formula is not the same as given by Kinjo et al. (molecule with an ether link between the ellagic and gallic acid residues) or by Cantos, Chapman and Fernandes et al. (molecule with a carbon-carbon link). Cantos, Fernandes and Chapman called the molecule with an ether link valoneic acid dilactone while Kinjo and Shuaibu et al. called the molecule with a carbon-carbon link flavogallonic acid dilactone. Cantos, E.; Espín, J. C.; López-Bote, C.; de ...
Modified solid-state fermentation (MSSF) of tannin-rich substrate yielding tannase and gallic acid was carried out using a co-culture of the filamentous fungi, Rhizopus oryzae (RO IIT RB-13, NRRL 21498) and Aspergillus foetidus (GMRB013 MTCC 3557). Powdered fruits of Terminalia chebula and powdered pod cover of Caesalpinia digyna was used in the process and the different process parameters for maximum production of tannase and gallic acid by co-culture method were optimized through media engineering. MSSF was carried out at the optimum conditions of 30 degrees C and 80% relative humidity ...
Cassia senna: The nature of Cassia senna is to act as a laxative and to agitate the inner lining of the colon to execute the process. Cassia fistula: it is an effective laxative Terminalia chebula: it is used for digestive disorders including diarrhoea and constipation both as well as indigestion Glycyrrhiza glabra: it is used for irritation, inflammation, and spasm in the digestive track Foeniculam vulgare: it is a time-tested remedy for gastric problem, hyperacidity, intestinal cramps, and colic pain.. ...
Here we are referring to the red inner bark beneath the outer glistening bark of the Terminalia arjuna tree. This tree is found growing in riparian zones and dry riverbeds in West Bengal, South and Central India. Its been used in the traditional medicine system of India, Ayurved, for thousands of years. Most of the historical information indicates use for supporting cardiovascular health.* It was traditionally prepared by boiling the bark in milk (decoction). In line with the Doctrine of Signatures, the deep red coloring, indicates a use for vascularized areas and lymphatic regulation*. The outer bark naturally sheds once a year and lends itself easily at this time to harvest without harm to the tree. ...
Arjuna bark is one of the most important heart tonics in Ayurvedic medicine, used to treat all forms of [[wp,​heart disease]]. ​ It reduces the heart-damaging culprits of inflammation (Pitta) and mucus (Kapha), and is strong enough to protect against [[wp,​scorpion]] stings. ​ Arjuna bark contains a fair amount of [[wp,​triterpenoid saponins]], and cooking tends to activate these chemicals (which is why [[wp,​saponin]]-rich Chinese [[wp,​ginseng]] root is always cooked). ​ Looking at the traditional literature, we see that for more than 1,500 years TAM doctors have boiled arjuna bark in milk or ghee to make medicine, having patients ingest it daily for up to a year ...
Physico-chemical studies and optimization of gallic acid production from seed coat of Terminalia belerica Roxb. by Dipak Patil, Subrata K. Das, Pradeep K. Das Mohapatra and Ahindra Nag Annals of Microbiology 61(3), 649-654 (2011 ...
2) Heart-protective properties. As a result of their incredibly high vitamin C content, billy goat plums are very heart friendly. Vitamin C not only helps clean blood vessels of bad cholesterol, but also contributes to maintaining their elasticity by stimulating the production of collagen, a protein responsible for blood vessel integrity. Other health benefits of vitamin C include healthy teeth and gums, good immunity, wrinkle-free skin, increased iron absorption capacity as well as allergy management (see Benefits of Vitamin C).. 3) Extremely potent anti-inflammatory and anticancer properties. Billy goat plums were shown to contain high amounts of vitamin C, gallic acid, ellagic acid, chlorophyl a, chlorophyll b, kaempferol, quercetin and many other natural compounds with extremely potent anti-inflammatory and anticancer properties (The chemotherapeutic potential of Terminalia ferdinandiana: Phytochemistry and bioactivity by Ian E. Cock and S. Mohanty).. All of the above-mentioned antioxidants ...
Classification for Kingdom Plantae Down to Species Terminalia bellirica (Gaertn.) Roxb. Click on names to expand them, and on P for PLANTS profiles ...