Ethnopharmacological relevance: Aquilaria spp. (agarwood) has been a part of Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries. Aquilaria malaccensis is a large evergreen tree which occurs in Bangladesh, Aquilaria spp. have been observed to have a low natural regeneration and to be . ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE Aquilaria spp. (agarwood) has been a part of Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries. Agarwood.
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HamoudaNadia Z. Characterization of ethanolic extracts of agarwood leaves. Skip to main content. Essential information for applying, implementing and enforcing the Convention.
The crude extracts and some of the isolated compounds exhibit anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic, anti-cancer, anti-oxidant, anti-ischemic, anti-microbial, hepatoprotective, laxative, and mosquitocidal properties and effects on the central nervous system.
Indeed, agarwood contains a plethora of bioactive compounds that now elegantly support their use in traditional medicine. However, the toxicity and safety of the materials, including the smoke from agarwood incense burning, should be further investigated.
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Isolation and characterisation of acetylcholinesterase inhibitors from Aquilaria subintegra for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease AD. Evaluation of hepatoprotective activity of ethanolic extract of Aquilaria agallocha leaves EEAA against CCl4 induced hepatic damage in rat. References Publications referenced by this paper. Aquklaria of 7 extracted citations. Agarwood has also been used as a traditional medicine in Southeast Asian countries, Bangladesh and Tibet.
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As wild agarwood trees are critically endangered and vulnerable, sustainable agricultural and forestry practices are necessary for the further development and utilization of agarwood as a source of health beneficial compounds.
Its common uses include the treatment of joint pain, inflammatory-related ailments, and diarrhoea, as well as a stimulant, sedative and cardioprotective agent. You are here Home. In vitro antioxidant sppp and phytochemical screening of Aquilaria malaccensis leaf extracts.
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Future research should be directed towards the bio-guided isolation of aquularia compounds with proper chemical characterisation and investigations of the underlying mechanisms towards drug discovery.
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Antidiabetic activities of Malaysian agarwood Aquilaria spp. A literature survey of agarwood plant materials showed that they contain sesquiterpenes, 2 phenylethyl -4H-chromenone derivatives, genkwanins, mangiferins, iriflophenones, cucurbitacins, terpenoids and phenolic acids.
In this paper, we aim to provide an overview of the phytochemistry, ethnomedicinal use, pharmacological activities and safety of plant materials from Aquilaria spp. Reporting requirements Annual report Annual Illegal trade report Implementation report Ad hoc reports. Literature abstracts and full text articles from journals, books, reports and electronic searches Google Scholar, Elsevier, PubMed, Read Cube, Scopus, Springer, and Web of Scienceas well as from other relevant websites, are surveyed, analysed and included in this review.
Its common uses include the treatment of joint pain, inflammatory-related ailments, and diarrhoea, as well as a stimulant, sedative and cardioprotective agent. Agarwood-producing taxa Aquilaria spp. Enforcement Introduction Enforcement focal points Wildlife crime linked to the Internet Wildlife forensics. Seventeenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties. Current activities on selected species and other key topics. The traditional medicinal use of agarwood plant materials has provided clues to their pharmacological properties.
Agarwood plant materials are considered to be safe based on the doses tested. Showing of references.
CITES is an international agreement between governments, aimed to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival. Antioxidative compounds from Aquilaria crassna leaf. Range, transit, consumer, and producer Parties of agarwood products are invited to compile and publish identification manuals on agarwood products, taking into consideration the updated version of the Glossary provided in the Annex to document PC22 Doc.
A review of traditional use, phytochemistry and pharmacology.