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Cinnamon: A Multifaceted Medicinal Plant

Cinnamon ( Cinnamomum zeylanicum and Cinnamon cassia ) the eternal tree of tropical medicine belongs to the Lauraceae family Cinnamon is one of the most important spices used daily by people all over the world Cinnamon primarily contains vital oils and other derivatives such as cinnamaldehyde cinnamic acid and cinnamate In addition to being an antioxidant anti-inflammatory

Allspice (Pimenta dioica) Research – Earth to Kathy

Allspice is a culinary spice with a bouquet of flavors: clove cinnamon pepper and nutmeg Its key constituent eugenol is used as an antimicrobial and local anesthetic RESEARCH The listings of research below represent a compilation of scientific articles found on the species with a very brief overview description of each article/study

Comparison study on antioxidant DNA damage

The compound exhibited a wide variety of biological properties including antioxidant [5] antibacterial [6] anti-inflammatory [7] antitermitic and antifungal activities [8] Like eugenol its isomer isoeugenol (ISOE 2-methoxy-4-propenyl-phenol) is found in several spices and is used as a flavouring and storage agent also exhibiting some

Antimicrobial activity of essential oils extracted from

Lemongrass and clove essential oils presented citral and eugenol as the major compound respectively The concentrations of the essential oils had a significant effect on the extent of the growth inhibition halo and the coefficient of determination (r) was higher than 0 80 Clove essential oil generated the largest zone of inhibition when

Eugenol

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The antibacterial and antifungal analysis of crude

Due to the rapid increase in the number of antibiotic-resistant bacteria medicinal plants are being studied as new and promising alternatives to conventional antibiotic treatment The crude hexane ethyl acetate and methanol extracts from Pimenta dioica Pimenta jamaicensis and Pimenta racemosa were quantitatively assessed to determine their antimicrobial susceptibility and potency using

Antifungalactivitiesofessentialoilheirconstituents

2015-8-8its aesthetic appearance low density low thermal expansion anddesirablemechanicalstrength haveled antifungal index=(1 Da/Db) 100 whereDa:thediameterof growth zone in the test plate Db: the diameter of growthzoneinthecontrolplate Eachexperimentwas performedthreetimes andthedatawereaveraged

ANTITERMITIC AND ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITIES OF

2015-8-8ANTITERMITIC AND ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITIES OF LEAF ESSENTIAL OIL 1959 Fungi Three white-rot fungi [Lenzites betulina (CCRC 35296) Pycno-porus coccineus and Trametes versicolor (CCRC 35253)] and one brown-rot fungus [Laetiporus sulphureus (CCRC 35305)] were used in these experiments Ltulina T versicolor and L sulphureuswere obtained from the culture collec-

ISOLATION OF BIOACTIVE FRACTIONS FROM

In many cases antioxidant activities of fractions were much higher than pure essential oil Fractions isolated at 185 2oC 239 2oC 200 2oC and 215 2oC showed much higher antifungal activity against Aspergilus niger Penicillium fellutanum Pleurotus sajor-caju and Ganoderma lucidum respectively than Ociumum sanctum essential oil

extraction isolation and chemical modification of the

Xie Y Yang Z Cao D Rong F Ding H et al (2015) Antitermitic and antifungal activities of eugenol and its congeners from the flower buds of Syzgium aromaticum (clove) Industrial Crops and Products 77: 780-786 22 Zhang Y Talalay P (1994) Anticarcinogenic activities of organic isothiocyanates: Chemistry and mechanisms Cancer Research 54

Antimicrobial activity of essential oils extracted from

Lemongrass and clove essential oils presented citral and eugenol as the major compound respectively The concentrations of the essential oils had a significant effect on the extent of the growth inhibition halo and the coefficient of determination (r) was higher than 0 80 Clove essential oil generated the largest zone of inhibition when

Preparative HPLC fractionation of Cinnamomum cassia

2017-2-3recent attention due to its important medicinal traits Among the numerous increased health benefits reported on cinnamon are antimicrobial (Matan et al 2006) antifungal (Wang et al 2005) antitermitic (Tung et al 2010) nematicidal (park et al 2005) insecticidal (Cheng et al 2009) anti-inflammatory (Tung et al

Antitermitic and antifungal activities of eugenol and

The IC50 values of eugenol against T hirsuta S commne and P sanguineus were 83 6 116 1 and 102 4μg/mL respectively In addition comparisons of the termite mortality and antifungal indices of eugenol and its congeners proved that eugenol exhibited the strongest antitermitic and antifungal activities

Comparison study on antioxidant DNA damage

Eugenol and its isomer isoeugenol are both used as flavouring agents or food additives in food products and have both some similar biological properties However the difference in biological activities between eugenol and isoeugenol is rarely studied In this study the profiles of antioxidant DNA-protective effects and antibacterial activities of eugenol and isoeugenol against several

Essential oil treatment of VTC wood

(2012) Antifungal activities of four cedar foliage oils to wood stain or decay fungi (1990) Antimicrobial properties of heatwood bark/sapwood and leaves of Juniperus species (2002) Antitermitic activity of leaf essential oils and components from Cinnamomum osmophleum (2011)

First record of circa 970 Ma post

2020-3-6reira-Pereira A Mansur E and Moreira D L Antifungal activities of the essential oil and its fractions rich in sesquiter-penes from leaves of Casearia sylvestris Sw An Acad Bras Cinc 2017 89 2817–2824 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We extend our appreciation to the Dean-ship of Scientific Research at King Saud University for funding this

Comparison study on antioxidant DNA damage

The compound exhibited a wide variety of biological properties including antioxidant [5] antibacterial [6] anti-inflammatory [7] antitermitic and antifungal activities [8] Like eugenol its isomer isoeugenol (ISOE 2-methoxy-4-propenyl-phenol) is found in several spices and is used as a flavouring and storage agent also exhibiting some

Thieme E

Linalool has been identified as its major constituent # Litsea The genus Litsea comprises approximately 200 plant species that are mainly distributed in the tropical and subtropical regions Litsea species have been reported to display anti-inflammatory antibacterial antifungal and repellent/insecticidal activities

ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITIES OF THYME CLOVE AND

Yongjian Xie Zhilan Yang Danyu Cao Fei Rong Hao Ding Dayu Zhang Antitermitic and antifungal activities of eugenol and its congeners from the flower buds of Syzgium aromaticum (clove) Industrial Crops and Products 10 1016/jdcrop 2015 09 044 77 (780-786) (2015)

Thieme E

Linalool has been identified as its major constituent # Litsea The genus Litsea comprises approximately 200 plant species that are mainly distributed in the tropical and subtropical regions Litsea species have been reported to display anti-inflammatory antibacterial antifungal and repellent/insecticidal activities

Chemical composition antioxidant and antifungal

Antitermitic and antifungal activities of essential oil of Calocedrus formosana leaf and its composition Journal of Chemical Ecology v 30 n 10 p 1957-1967 2004 [ Links ] CLINICAL AND LABORATORY STANDARDS INSTITUTE - CLSI Reference Method for Broth Dilution Antifungal Susceptibility Testing of Filamentous Fungi (Approved Standard

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2018-4-2610- RBSPA-2017-0087 R1 - Chemical composition antioxidant and antifungal activities of essential oils and extracts from Plectranthus spp Keywords: 10- RBSPA-2017-0087 R1 - Chemical composition antioxidant and antifungal activities of essential oils and extracts from Plectranthus spp Created Date: 20180424172550

Review Article Cinnamon: A Multifaceted Medicinal Plant

6 Anti-Inflammatory Activities Several studies on medicinal plants and their components have indicated the anti-inammatory activities of cinnamon [ ] Various studies reported the anti-inammatory activity of cinnamon and its essential oils [ ] To date there are several avonoid compounds (e g gossypin

Antitermitic and antifungal activities of eugenol and

2015-12-23Biodegradation of wood by fungi and termites is recognized as one of the most serious problems for wooden structures In this study we analyzed the antitermitic and antifungal activities of flower buds essential oil from Syzygium aromaticum and its dominant constituents Essential oil components were analyzed by gas chromatography and the major compound of essential oil was eugenol

Ajowan (Trachyspermum ammi) Research

ANTIMICROBIAL / ANTIFUNGAL / ANTIBACTERIAL Strong fumigant antifungal activities was demonstrated by ajowan (Trachyspermum ammi) and allspice (Pimenta dioica) oils and their thymol and eugenol constituents against the following three Aspergillus species: A ochraceus A

Antifungal properties of essential oils for

Xie Y Yang Z Cao D Rong F Ding H et al Antitermitic and antifungal activities of eugenol and its congeners from the flower buds of Syzgium aromaticum (clove) Ind Crops Prod 2015 77:780–6 30 Yingprasert W Matan N Chaowana P Fungal resistance and physico-mechanical properties of cinnamon oil and clove oil-treated rubberwood