petiberia alliacea

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petiberia alliacea
Castilian: ANAMU, Apacin, Apacina, Apazote.

French: Verveine puant.

English: Garlic sented Petiveria.

Common names: ANAMU, Apacin, Apacina, Apazote Of Zorro, Aposin, Hail, Aveterinaryte, Calauchin, Chasse worm, root of Congo, douvant of Douvant, Emeruaiuma, herb garlic, Henweed Guinea, Guinea ', Guinea, Guinea, Guinea Road hen, hollow Root, Herbe Aux Poules, Herb De Las Gallinitas, Egg De Gato, Kojo Root, Kuan, Kudjuruk, Lemtewei, Lemuru, Mal Pouri, Vulture Catfish, Vulture Catfish, Mucura - aaa, Mucura, Mucuracaa, Ocana, Payche, Pipi, Tipi, Verbena Hedionda, Verveine puant, Skunk.

This plant is found throughout South America, rich in all the West Indies and the Americas.

This plant provides many services and gives very good results in domestic medicine. In the first term is an excellent remedy for cramps to inflammation of the bladder (cystitis) To this end it is prepared with half bunch of crushed roots of this plant and a liter of boiling water as a tea, which is taken during the day on cups, with sugar or honey to taste. Diabetics can take with saccharin)

It is both a cure for excellence in the inflammation of the joints (articular rheumatism, polyarthritis)

Also as increases the amount of urine is indicated in dropsy, swelling in the legs, ascites, and so on.

It's very nerve indicated in contractions (ICT) to cure paralysis and hysteria.

The pipi contains a volatile oil very strong.

Used parts: the plant, the root.

Properties: Analgesic, Anthelmintico, ANTIBACTERIAL, Antihongos, antipyretic, Antiespasmódicoo, Antitumorouso, anticarcinogenic, Abortion, antirheumatic, Citotóxicoo, Diuretic, Emenagogo, Immunoestimulante, stimulant, the Sedative, sudorific, worming.

Active Principles: Allantoin, Arborinol, Arborinol, iso Astilbin, Benzaldehyde, benzoic acid Benzyl - 2 - hydroxy - 5 - ethyl - trisulfide, COUMARIN, Dibenzyl Trisulfide, Engeletin, Friedelinol, alpha, Isoarborinol, acetate Isoarborinol, cinnamate of Isoarborinol, Isothiocyanates, Kno3, Leridal, Leridol, Ether Leridol - 5 - methyl, the acid of Lignoceric, Lignoceryl of Alcohol, Lignoceryl Lignocerate, Myricitrin Linoleic Acid, NonadecanoicEl acid, the acid of oleic acid in the PALMITIC, Pinitol, Polyphenols, Proline, trans - N - methyl - 4 - methoxy, Senfol, Sitosterol, beta, the STEARIC of acid, tannins, Trithiolaniacine.

Traditional recommendation: Three buckets full of grass, two cups of tea a day, 1 Ml of 4: 1 tincture twice daily, 500 mg herb powder in capsules or tablets twice daily if you want to be substitutes.

ANAMU is a perennial plant that grows to one meter in height. It is native to the American tropics and can be found in other areas and Tropical Africa. His name is sometimes garlic herb, as the plant root and especially has a smell like garlic strong.

Mucura named in the Peruvian Amazon, is used as part of a herbal bath against witchcraft. In Brazilian herbal medicine is called Tipi and is considered antispasmodic, diuretic, emenagogo, stimulating, and sudorific and is used for dropsy, arthritis, poor memory and to induce abortions. In large doses is toxic and must be used carefully if taken internally. A decoction or infusion with 30 grams of dried leaves and roots are used to ANAMU in a liter of water are recommended 1 - 2 times per day 1 / 4 cup daily. The root is more powerful than the leaves and root are considered anesthetic and analgesic. The leaves are used externally in a poultice for headache, rheumatic pain and other types of pain as well as an insecticide. ANAMU has been used in Brazil against malaria and rheumatism.

In the Guatemalan plant botanical medicine is called Apacín and is used as a traditional remedy for sinusitis (inhaling dust from stem) a decoction of the leaves is taken for gastrointestinal illness, and bad digestion, flatulence, and fever. Leaf Tea is also used externally as an analgesic for pain and muscle to skin diseases. In Haiti, the juice extracted from fresh leaves or root crushed inhaled for migraine headaches and a maceration of leaves is used as a mouth rinse and analgesic for pain of tooth.

The ANAMU has demonstrated its properties in several studies in tumors. The plant contains Benzaldehyde as well as COUMARIN, and both chemicals from the plant have been documented with antitumoroso properties and / or anticancerigenous. In 1996, researchers discovered that an infusion of ANAMU roots can be an effective nematocides. An extract from seeds of ANAMU demonstrated in vivo (in rats) and in vitro can stimulate contractions of the uterus and this may explain the story in traditional medicine in the tropics as an abortifacient efficient and emenagogo. As such, this ANAMU contraindicated for use by pregnant women.

The researchers in 1990 showed the hypoglycemiante of ANAMU showed low levels of blood sugar decreased by over 60% after one hour of the administration to mice. Another area of study in ANAMU is based on what is traditional uses as a remedy for analgesic and anti inflammatory.

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