HPLC-ESI-MS/MS profiling of polyphenolics of a leaf extract from Alpinia zerumbet
(Zingiberaceae) and its anti-Inflammatory, anti-nociceptive, and antipyretic activities in vivo.
Effects of essential oil of Alpinia zerumbet
on the compound action potential of the rat sciatic nerve.
Preparations from the leaves of Alpinia zerumbet
(Pers.) Burtt & Smith (family Zingiberaceae), also known as Alpinia speciosa (J.
Fechine et al., "Vasorelaxant and antihypertensive effects of methanolic fraction of the essential oil of Alpinia zerumbet
," Vascular Pharmacology, vol.
Tambien se incluyo el polen de Alpinia zerumbet
, originaria de los tropicos de Asia pero naturalizada en Brasil y cultivada asiduamente en el NE de Argentina, el de Heliconia psittacorum, originaria de Paraguay y frecuente en Misiones, H.
Destacou-se neste estudo um grupo de especies (Mentha sp., Schinus terebinthfolia, Aeollanthus suaveolens, Punica granatum, Plectranthus amboinicus, Chenopodium ambrisioides, Alpinia zerumbet
, Sambucus australis e Rosmarinus officinalis) por apresentar um alto numero de citacoes, sendo indicadas para diversas enfermidades e de diferentes sistemas corporais.
Tawata, "Antioxidant activity and contents of essential oil and phenolic compounds in flowers and seeds of Alpinia zerumbet
The essential oil of Alpinia zerumbet
, of which 4TRP is a major component, alters electrophysiological parameters .
Especially for Alpinia zerumbet
, research has proven the existence of essential oil in the rhizomes (CHEN et al., 2008), leaves (LAHLOU et al., 2003; MOURA et al., 2005), flowers (ZOGHBI et al., 1999; ELZAAWELY et al., 2007) and seeds (LI et al., 2008), but in terms of anatomical structures was investigated only the leaf of the species (ALBUQUERQUE & NEVES, 2004; VICTORIO et al., 2011).
, also known as Alpinia speciosa or Alpinia nutans (Menclonca et al.
(2010) observed a reduction of cardiac hypertrophy in spontaneously hypertensive rats caused by treatment with essential oil of Alpinia zerumbet
Capable of growing to a height of four metres, the shell ginger plant (Alpinia Zerumbet
) has been a key part of the customs, cuisine and folk medicine of the islands, acting as a natural insect repellent while its antibacterial properties make it ideal for wrapping food.