Commiphora myrrha


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Synonyms for Commiphora myrrha

tree of eastern Africa and Asia yielding myrrh

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The powdered oleo-gum-resin of Boswellia carteri (500 gm) and of Commiphora myrrha (500 gm) were separately extracted in a continuous extraction apparatus (Soxhlet) until exhaustion with the following organic solvents in succession: petroleum ether (40-60[degrees]C), diethyl ether, chloroform, methanol and 50% aqueous methanol.
The oleo-gum-resins of Boswellia carteri and Commiphora myrrha (500 gm each) were separately placed in round bottom flasks, covered with sufficient water and subjected to hydrodistillation in a modified Likens and Nickerson apparatus [12].
Each of the petroleum ether extracts of the oleogum-resins of Boswellia carteri and Commiphora myrrha was refluxed separately for 6 hrs with 0.
The unsaponifiable matter from Boswellia carteri and Commiphora myrrha were analyzed using a Finngan SSQ 7000 gas chromatograph coupled with a mass spectrometer using the following conditions: Capillary column: DB-5 fused silica (5% phenyl methyl polysiloxane), 30 m length, 0.
The fatty acid methyl esters from Boswellia carteri and Commiphora myrrha were analyzed using a Finngan SSQ 7000 gas chromatograph coupled with a mass spectrometer using the following conditions: Capillary column: DB-WAX fused silica, 30 m length, 0.
White female albino rats of 150 g average body weight were used to test the anti-inflammatory activity of the previously prepared successive extracts (petroleum ether, ether, chloroform, methanolic and 50% aqueous methanolic) and the volatile oils prepared from both Boswellia carteri and Commiphora myrrha oleo-gum-resins.