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SUBJECT: drug plants; plante médicinale

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Southern Cross University

The botanical collections of early explorers and the later ethnobotany have played important roles in the development of new drugs for many centuries. In the middle of the last century interest in this approach had declined dramatically, but has risen again during its last decade, and new foci have developed. The systematic evaluation of indigenous pharmacopoeias in order to contribute to impr ...

SUBJECT: transcription factor; citrus sinensis; drug potency; cocos nucifera; drug structure

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Southern Cross University

The botanical collections of early explorers and the later ethnobotany have played important roles in the development of new drugs for many centuries. In the middle of the last century interest in this approach had declined dramatically, but has risen again during its last decade, and new foci have developed. The systematic evaluation of indigenous pharmacopoeias in order to contribute to impr ...

SUBJECT: transcription factor; citrus sinensis; drug potency; cocos nucifera; drug structure

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Southern Cross University

In this paper we discuss some examples of ethnopharmacological research as it has been conducted during the last two centuries and look at the current role of this discipline in drug discovery (especially with respect to the American and European markets) and the further development of these phytotherapeutical resources for local use in the countries of origin (ethnopharmacology). Examples fro ...

SUBJECT: curare; cpp; united states; history; 18th century

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Southern Cross University

Echinacea preparations are one of the best selling herbal medicinal products with a well established therapeutic use in the prophylaxis of upper respiratory tract infections. Their consumption is increasing, but information about their ability to inhibit cytochrome P450 enzymes (CYP) is fragmentary. The picture is further complicated by a lack of phytochemical characterization of previously te ...

SUBJECT: unclassified drug; cpp; ic 50; comparative study; fluorometry

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Southern Cross University

In this paper we discuss some examples of ethnopharmacological research as it has been conducted during the last two centuries and look at the current role of this discipline in drug discovery (especially with respect to the American and European markets) and the further development of these phytotherapeutical resources for local use in the countries of origin (ethnopharmacology). Examples fro ...

SUBJECT: curare; cpp; united states; history; 18th century

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Southern Cross University

Echinacea preparations are one of the best selling herbal medicinal products with a well established therapeutic use in the prophylaxis of upper respiratory tract infections. Their consumption is increasing, but information about their ability to inhibit cytochrome P450 enzymes (CYP) is fragmentary. The picture is further complicated by a lack of phytochemical characterization of previously te ...

SUBJECT: unclassified drug; cpp; ic 50; comparative study; fluorometry

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Southern Cross University

As for all Mexican peasant cultures, plants are an essential part of life for the Nahua of the Sierra de Zongolica, Veracruz (Mexico). During 18 month of fieldwork in the Sierra de Zongolica medicinal plants and information about their uses were collected. The traditional medicine of today has been influenced by Spanish medicine since the conquest. As in many peasant regions of Mexico, epidemi ...

SUBJECT: unclassified drug; cpp; botany; gastrointestinal disease; drug indication

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Southern Cross University

Medicinal plants are an essential part of indigenous pharmaceutical systems. We studied the medicinal plants used by the Popoluca of the Sierra Santa Marta (Eastern Mexico). This study is part of a series on the ethnopharmacology of various Macro-Mayan groups. During 16 months of ethnobotanical fieldwork, 614 taxa used medicinally and 4488 individual use-reports were documented. The data are a ...

SUBJECT: antibacterial activity; cpp; tagetes patula extract; bleeding; cucumber

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As for all Mexican peasant cultures, plants are an essential part of life for the Nahua of the Sierra de Zongolica, Veracruz (Mexico). During 18 month of fieldwork in the Sierra de Zongolica medicinal plants and information about their uses were collected. The traditional medicine of today has been influenced by Spanish medicine since the conquest. As in many peasant regions of Mexico, epidemi ...

SUBJECT: unclassified drug; cpp; botany; gastrointestinal disease; drug indication

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