apiol


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apiol

(ˈeɪpɪɒl; ˈæpɪɒl)
n
(Plants) an aromatic compound derived from parsley seeds or oil, formerly used to treat menstrual disorders. Also called: parsley camphor
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copticum essential oil fraction F1 was the most effective fraction with dominant constituents carvacrol, p-cymene, T-Terpinene and Apiol and showed highest antibacterial activity as compared to pure essential oil.
El apiol en cantidades superiores a lo permitido, es decir, mas de diez gotas por dia, es abortivo; en dosis mas elevadas, es hepatotoxico, precedido de diarreas, vomitos, alteracion del ritmo cardiaco, paralisis circulatoria y muerte.
Myristicin was reported as the most dominant constituent of parsley oil, but apiol was suggested to be the major contributor to the antioxidant property of the oil [7].