Arrabidaea chica Verlot Bignoniaceae has been used as a medicinal herb to treat anemia, hemorrhage, inflammation, intestinal colic, hepatitis, and skin infections in the Brazilian Amazon region. Studies have demonstrated the healing properties of extracts obtained from A. However, few investigations have assessed the safe use of this plant species. In this study, mutagenic and genotoxic effects of a crude aqueous extract, a butanolic fraction, and aqueous waste from A.
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Evaluation of Safety of Arrabidaea Chica Verlot (Bignoniaceae), a Plant With Healing Properties
The aim of this study was to analyze the analgesic potential of Arrabidaea chica extract EHA as an alternative to osteoarthritis OA treatment. Thus, the extract was initially evaluated by the cyclooxygenase inhibition test. The analgesic effect of the extract, in vivo, was also verified in a model of OA induced by sodium monoiodoacetate 2 mg. The animals were clinically evaluated every 7 days, euthanized at 29 days, and the liver, spleen, kidney and knee collected for histopathological analysis.
The leaves are source of chica dye. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Lohmann — The Plant List". Retrieved Taxon identifiers.
Arrabidaea chica Bignoniaceae is a vine native to the Amazon Rainforest, popularly known as "crajiru" in Brazil and "puca panga" in Peru. In the Amazon where it grows, an infusion or decoction of the leaves are used to treat diseases such as gastric ulcers, inflammations, infections, anemia, herpes, and jaundice among others. The Tropical Plant Database. Share This Page. Part Used: Leaves and flowers Traditional Uses: aphrodisiac, anti-diabetic, anti-dysenteric, anti-inflammatory, anti-leukemic, antimicrobial, disinfectant, emollient, expectorant, vulnerary Arrabidaea chica Bignoniaceae is a vine native to the Amazon Rainforest, popularly known as "crajiru" in Brazil and "puca panga" in Peru. This is an informational site only and no products are sold. The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
Currently available leishmaniasis treatments are limited due to severe side effects. Arrabidaea chica is a medicinal plant used in Brazil against several diseases. In this study, we investigated the effects of 5 fractions obtained from the crude hexanic extract of A. Promastigotes were treated with several concentrations of the fractions obtained from A. To evaluate the inhibitory activity of B2 fraction on Leishmania peptidases, parasites lysates were treated with the inhibitory and subinhibitory concentrations of the B2 fraction. The minimum inhibitory concentration of B2 fraction was