brasiliensis e Commiphora
leptophloeos para serem utilizadas na arborizacao urbana.
Thomas Fleming, "Myrrh: Commiphora
molmol," in Fleming et al.
Myrrh genus Commiphora
(Family: Burseraceae) is widely distributed in tropical regions of Africa, Madagascar, Asia, Australia and Pacific Islands (Lai and Kasera 2010).
2012; 2013), sugiriendo que la tecnica puede aplicarse en Commiphora
Annonaceae Imburana/ Commiphora
leptophloeos 25 9 (Mart.
The common medicinal plants that are becoming endangered include Guggul ( Commiphora
wightii), Katuki ( Picrorhiza Kurroa), Kuth ( Saussurea lappa), Jatamansi ( Nardostachys Jatamansi).
These species include Cadaba heterotricha, Abutilon Pakistana, Asparagus dumosus, Commiphora
stockiana that are native to Sindh.
Antihyperglycemic, hypolipidemic and antioxidant activities of ethanolic extract of Commiphora
mukul gum resin in fructose-fed male Wistar rats.
Cap Ane Tillandsia streptocarpa Baker Cap Ane Burseraceae Commiphora
Cruceta Rubiaceae Rondeletia pubescens Kunth Candelo Rutaceae Amyris pinnata Kunth Bilanda Rutaceae Commiphora
Evaluation of genotoxic, cytotoxic and antitumor properties of Commiphora
molmol using normal and Ehrlish ascites carcinoma cell-bearing Swiss albino mice.
Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antifungal furanosesquiterpenoids isolated from Commiphora
TABLE 1: Select Ayurvedic Herbs with Nutraceutical Potential & Primary Uses in Traditional Medicine Plant Name Common Name Traditional Uses Asparagus Shatavari Ayurvedic rejuvenative; racemosus Willd Supports women having hysterectomies; Helps to maintain clean urinary tract, strengthens immune system and purifies blood Bacopa monnieri L Brahmi Memory enhancer; Mental and physical fatigue; Insomnia; Anxiety; Attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD); Tonic to fight stress Boswellia serrata Indian Respiratory ailments; Roxb Frankincense Digestive disorders; Joint pain and inflammation; Asthma; Arthritis; Inflammatory bowel diseases Commiphora
mukui Guggul Immuno-modulating properties Engl.
It is made with a natural ingredient derived from the Indian Commiphora
mukul tree that stimulates the production of fat in breasts and of women who tested it, 80 per cent saw up to a 4cm increase in just six weeks.
Gum of Commiphora
myrrha, as a medicinal plant, is reported to have antibacterial and anticancer effects.