Xylopia aethiopica


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Noun1.Xylopia aethiopica - tropical west African evergreen tree bearing pungent aromatic seeds used as a condiment and in folk medicine
genus Xylopia, Xylopia - tropical evergreen trees or shrubs; chiefly African
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
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Extraction et analyse des huiles essentielles de deux epices de la famille des anonacees: Monodora myristica (Gaertn.) DUNAL et Xylopia aethiopica (Dunal) A.
Contribution A l'inventaire des plantes mACopyrightdicinales significatives utilisACopyrightes dans la rACopyrightgion de Divo (sud forestier de la CA'te-d'Ivoire) et A la diagnose du poivrier de GuinACopyrighte : Xylopia aethiopica (Dunal) A.
Hypolipidemic and antioxidant potentials of Xylopia aethiopica seed extract in hypercholesterolemic rats.
Ngogang, "In vitro antioxidant and anti-lipoperoxidative activities of bark extracts of Xylopia aethiopica against ion-mediated toxicity on liver homogenates," Journal of Complementary and Integrative Medicine, vol.
Information obtained through ethnobotanical interviews in local Ghanaian communities reveal that the stem bark, root, and leaves are boiled with water to treat malaria [5] and also rubbed on the body to treat chicken pox when it is ground with seeds of Xylopia aethiopica and Aframomum melegueta [3].
Abubakar, "Chemical composition of seeds and oil of Xylopia aethiopica grown in Nigeria," Plant Foods for Human Nutrition, vol.
Dried fruit extract from Xylopia aethiopica (Annonaceae) protects Wistar albino rats from adverse effects of whole body radiation.
Cytotoxicity and modes of action of four Cameroonian dietary spices ethno-medically used to treat Cancers: Echinops giganteus, Xylopia aethiopica, lmperata cylindrica and Piper capense.
The bark of Kigelia africana (Igi pandoro), Citrullus lanatus (bara), Allium ascalonicum (Alubosa or onion), Mondia whitei (Isirigun), Xylopia aethiopica (Eru), Piper guineense (Iyere), and Tetrapleura tetraptera (Adian) are boiled with fermented maize water (omidun).