Areca catechu

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southeastern Asian palm bearing betel nuts (scarlet or orange single-seeded fruit with a fibrous husk)

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Increased waist size and weight in relation to consumption of Areca catechu (betel-nut); a risk factor for increased glycaemia in Asians in east London.
Anti-elastase and anti-hyaluronidase activity of phenolic substances from Areca catechu as a new antiageing agent.
Areca nut is derived from Areca catechu or commonly known betel nut tree is a species of palm tree which grows in much of the tropical Pacific, Asia, and parts of east Africa.
Then 200 collected samples were divided by randomized double blind control trial for 50 patients in 4 groups as follows: 50 patients treated with placebo as a control group, 50 patients treated with Mebendazole 500mg as an experimental 1 st group, 50 patients treated with Thai Traditional Herbal Formula (TTHF) as an experimental 2nd group and 50 patients treated with Areca catechu Lin.
En algunos casos tambien se ha reportado el uso de raices, como por ejemplo las provenientes de plantas de Areca catechu en cultivo in vitro (Wang et al.
Athira Nair worked on the project titled "Investigation of pesticidal property of Areca Catechu leaves".
Betel nut (supari) is a fruit of a tall, graceful asiatic betel palm, Areca catechu, chewed with lime and PAN (betel leaf).
Comparison of treatment potential of electrocoagulation of distillery effluent with and without activated areca catechu nut carbon".
A estos dos productos se anade la nuez de Areca catechu, que es una palmera alta, de tallo esbelto.
In other plants of monocot such as Areca catechu [15], Crocus sativas [16] al so reported that, BAP was found more efficient for germination of somatic embryo into plantlets.
Though largely consisting of the ingredient areca nut (the seed of the Areca catechu palm), the common additive betel leaf (from the Piper betle plant) has led to the mixture's current labeling.
People typically chew betel as a quid consisting of nut pieces from an Areca catechu palm mixed with powdered lime (calcium hydroxide) and wrapped in the leaf of the pepper plant Piper betle.
To stop hair fall, the Santal healer used the fruits of Areca catechu boiled in water to wash hair followed by application of a mixture of sulfur, juice from leaves of Coccinia grandis and juice from bulb of Allium cepa to hair.
The research team had introduced Thai Traditional Herbal Formula medicine (TTHF) in the treatment of helminthes and compared the efficacy and side effects among Mebendazole (500 mg) and Areca catechu Linn.