Madeira vine

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Madeira vine

n.
A tropical South American ornamental vine (Anredera cordifolia) having small white fragrant flowers.
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Previous research found that the extract of Anredera cordifolia, locally known as "binahong" in Indonesia, is effective in burns healing.
Keywords: Anredera cordifolia, IL-6; VEGF; burn wound healing; Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Anredera cordifolia, locally known as "binahong" in Indonesia, is a traditional plant that has medicinal properties.
This study aims to determine the effect of topical Anredera cordifolia leaf extract on the acceleration of burn wound healing observed by the rate of wound closure, the increase of IL-6, and the increase of VEGF level in rats with Pseudomonas aeruginosa-infected burn injuries.
This is an experimental study using the posttest only control group design to test binahong (Anredera cordifolia) leaf extract to increase IL-6 and VEGF and accelerate the closure of burn wound in rats infected with Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
In the treatment group, rats treated with 2 ml of the topical extract of Anredera Cordifolia leaf.
The formulation of Anredera Cordifolia leaf extract was prepared by the maceration of the dried powdered Anredera Cordifolia leaf with one liter of methanol 95% for 24 h.
Especies comunes de plantas medicinales se utilizan como formulas de post-parto y en suplementos alimenticios entre estos se encuentran: Anredera cordifolia (Ten.) Steenis, Basella alba L., Ricinus communis L., Poikilospermum suaveolens (L.) Merr., Gouania leptostachya DC.
Anredera cordifolia (Ten.) Steenis ("parra deMadeira", "enredadera tuberosa") [=Boussingaultia cordifolia Ten.] Origen: Brasil, Paraguay y Argentina.
Especies invasoras historicas detectadas: Acacia farnesiana, Agave americana, Anredera cordifolia, Aptenia cordifolia, Cardiospermum grandiflorum, Carpobrotus edulis, Nicotiana glauca, Opuntia dillenii, Opuntia maxima, Pelargonium inquinans, Pennisetum setaceum.
Especies invasoras historicas detectadas: Acacia cyanophylla, Agave americana, Anredera cordifolia, Cardiospermum grandiflorum, Mirabilis jalapa, Nicotiana glauca, Opuntia maxima, Pelargonium inquinans, Pennisetum setaceum, Phoenix dactylifera, Ricinus communis, Wigandia caracasana.
Segun los criterios seguidos, de las 35 especies aqui recogidas, creemos que 22 de ellas presentan un claro comportamiento invasor en las islas: Acacia farnesiana, Agave americana, Ageratina adenophora, Ageratina riparia, Albizia distachya, Anredera cordifolia, Arundo donax, Cardiospermum grandiflorum, Centranthus ruber, Chasmanthe aethiopica, Cytisis scoparius, Eschscholzia californica, Nicotiana, glauca, Opuntia dillenii, Opuntia maxima, Pennisetum setaceum, Phoenix dactylifera, Ricinus communis, Spartium junceum, Tradescantia fluminensis, Tropaeolum majus y Ulex europaeus.