Para a obtencao dos extratos aquosos foram utilizados 100 g de bulbilhos de alho (Allium sativum
L.), adquiridos no comercio local, que foram macerados em 100 mL de agua destilada e esterilizada (ADE), e 100 g de folhas de erva-cidreira (Lippia alba Mill.
22) Viswanathan V, Phadatare AG, Mukne A, (2014) Antimycobaeterial and Antibacterial Activity of Allium sativum
In India most widely selling medicines are prepared from herbs, three of most prepared from Allium sativum
, Panax species and A.
Garlic (Allium sativum
L) is an economically important crop in Mexico.
The scolicidal effects of Allium sativum
flowers on hydatid cyst protoscolices have also been used with success.
Common names Technical names Parts used Neem Azadirachta indica Seed Succulent cactus Carallumafimbriata Fruits Garlic Allium sativum
Bulbs Turmeric Curcuma longa Rhizomes Bitter Apple Citrullus colocynthis Fruit Aak Calotropisprocera Leaves Table 2.
 reported sprouting percentage of Allium sativum
increased in bulbs treated with gibberelllic acid, where the highest percentage of germination was achieved at the concentration of 250 ppm.
The detorsion + Allium sativum
group received 5 ml/kg Allium sativum
(Oleum Allii Sativi[R], Arifoglu Baharat, Istanbul, Turkey) subcutaneously 2 hours before surgery.
Investigating antibacterial effects of garlic (Allium sativum
) concentrate and garlicderived organosulfur compounds on campylobacter jejuni by using Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy and electron microscopy.
Studies on snake repellents in India revealed that extracts of Allium sativum
, Acorus calamus, neem, tobacco leaves and Vitex negundo, as well as oil extracts of Acorus calamus among others, were very effective snakes' repellents.
This study was designed to study the effects of aqueous extract (AE) and hydroethanolic extract (HEE) of Allium sativum
(A.s) and P.
(Activity: Antioxidant, Antibacterial), 9- Allium sativum
(Activity: Antimicrobial, Hepato-protective), 10- Aloe barbadensis (Activity: Analgesic, Anticancer).
Garlic (Allium sativum
L.) is a vegetable of great importance due to its economical, culinary, nutritional, and medicinal values, presenting varieties with great potential for commerce and for industrialization (TRANI, 2009).
Scala, "Antifungal saponins from bulbs of garlic, Allium sativum