Alpinia Zerumbet

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Synonyms for Alpinia Zerumbet

cultivated for its shining oblong leaves and arching clusters of white flowers with pink shading and crinkled yellow lips with variegated magenta stripes

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Burger et al., "Chemical Composition, Antimicrobial and Insecticidal Activities of Flowers Essential Oils of Alpinia zerumbet (Pers.) B.L.
La exina es equinada, con espinas conicas agudas 5-6 [micron]m de altura y hasta 6 [micron]m de base, con la superficie rugulada a rugada, en Alpinia zerumbet (Fig.
Giovaninni et al., "Estudo quimico e da atividade biologica cardiovascular do oleo essencial de folhas de Alpinia zerumbet (Pers.) B.L.Burtt & R.M.S.
Secretory structures like oil cells were found in all organs of Alpinia zerumbet, however there was variation in the chemical composition and essential oil content.
Tokyo, Japan, Oct 24, 2005 - (JCNN) - NOEVIR has discovered a unique property of alpinia zerumbet (shell ginger), a kind of herbal plant from the Amami Islands, Kagoshima.
Center: Shell ginger (Alpinia zerumbet 'Variegata'), with Acorus gramineus, bromeliads, and croton (Codiaeum variegatum).
The conduction velocities of the two PAC components were altered by EOLa at a lower concentration than for other essential oils, such as Croton nepetaefolius and Alpinia zerumbet, which exhibited significant effects in the hundred [micro]g/mL range (9,10).
Central nervous system effects of the essential oil of the leaves of Alpinia zerumbet in mice.
Vasorelaxant effects of essential oil of Alpinia zerumbet (EOAZ) and its main constituent, 1, 8-cineole (CIN) were studied.
Keywords: Alpinia zerumbet; Essential oil; Antinociceptive effects; In vivo
Alpinia zerumbet, known popularly as "colonia" in Northeastern Brazil, is a medicinal plant that has been used widely in folk medicine as teas and infusions for the treatment of intestinal and cardiovascular diseases, including arterial hypertension.