Anthocleista nobilis. Family Name: LOGANIACEAE. Local Name: Wudifokete/ Bontodee. Uses As Per Literature: A root decoction is commonly taken to treat. Request PDF on ResearchGate | Pharmacological Screening of Anthocleista nobilis Root Bark | Pharmacological activities of the root bark of A. nobilis were. Anthocleista nobilis, Loganiaceae, Root Bark, Secoiri doid, Anthocleistol. The root bark of Anthocleista nobilis is used in Nige ria against liver diseases, malaria .
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Medicinal plants in tropical West Africa. Curr Drug Targets Inflamm Allergy ;3: Annan K, Dickson R. J Biol Sci ;7: A bark decoction is taken or used as vapour bath to treat fever, stomach-ache, leprosy, gonorrhoea and dysmenorrhoea.
Does the interdependence between oxidative stress and inflammation explain the antioxidant paradox? The present study was therefore designed to establish and hence validate the use of the plant for xnthocleista management of diabetes.
Anti-inflammatory and analgesic activities of the extract and fractions were also investigated using xylene-induced inflammation and acetic acid-induced writhing models, respectively. West African uses of wild and cultivated plants. Anthocleista nobilis is only rarely cultivated. The roots are dug up when the antyocleista is workable. Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom.
Lignans and Triterpenes from the root of Pseuderanthemum carruthersii var atropurpureum. Antiestrogenic constituents of the Thai medicinal plants Capparis flavicans and Vitex glabrata.
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Eur J Med Plants ;3: Anthocleista nobilis From Wikipedia, the free Preparative separation of vitexin and isovitexin from pigeonpea extracts with macroporous resins. It is common in forest clearings, up to m altitude. Evaluation of the antiplasmodial activity of the methanolic root extracts Anthocleista nobils G. Effect of ethyl acetate chromatographic fraction on acetic acid-induced writhing reflex Click here to view.
Herbal medicines are known to be effective and safe for use in its management. Agri and Aquaculture Journals Dr.
Related articles Analgesic Anthocleista nobilis anti-inflammatory Antioxidant high-pressure liquid chromatography analysis. Antinociceptive and anti-inflammatory effects of some Jordanian medicinal plants extracts. Result of 2,2-diphenylpicrylhydrazyl scavenging activity of ethyl acetate chromatographic fractions of Anthocleista nobilis Click here to view.
Effect of methanol extract and fractions of Anthocleista nobilis on xylene-induced topical inflammation Click here to view. Effects of methanol extract and ethyl acetate fraction of Anthocleista nobilis on acetic acid-induced writhing reflex of on mice Click here to view. There are 20 citations in Afrirefs related to Anthocleista nobilis G. The bark contains the quinoline alkaloid brucine and the monoterpene glycoside loganoside loganine.
The Loganiaceae of Africa. Waterman made into a paste is applied locally to treat rheumatism.
The wood is creamy or yellowish white, somewhat lustrous, light weight and soft but firm, easy to cut and finishing smoothly; it is not resistant to decay.
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Seeds obliquely ovoid-globose, 2—2. Br J Pharmacol ;5: Antidiabetic activity and phytoconstituents of Anthocleista nobilis. Pharmacological screening of Anthocleista nobils root bark. Anthocleista nobilis Loganiaceae is used by Mbano people of Imo State, Nigeria, for the treatment of various ailments Objective: In Senegal, Liberia and Ghana stem bark or powdered young green twigs are applied fresh or as a paste on wounds, abscesses or ulcerous wounds. In chemistry, brucine and strychnine are antnocleista used as agents for chiral resolution.
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Systematic implications of the distribution of iridoids and other chemical compounds in the Loganiaceae and other families of the Asteridae. Small to medium-sized tree up to 18 —30 m tall; bole branchless for up to 15 m long, up to 45 —90 cm in diameter; bark smooth, pale grey, inner bark cream-yellow and granular; twigs with 2 spines above the leaf axils.
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