zerumbet

zerumbet

(zəˈrʌmbɛt)
n
(Plants) a plant stem with a spicy aroma used as a medicine and as a condiment
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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.
Zerumbet ginger extract depuffs the face for sharper features and a brighter complexion.
(2011), who found that MS medium supplemented with a combination of 5.0 mgL-1 BAP and 2.0 mgL-1 IAA or 3.0 mgL-1 BAP and 0.5 mgL-1 IAA were the best for shoot multiplication of Zingiber zerumbet.
Shaik Mossadeq et al., "Antinociceptive activity of the essential oil of Zingiber zerumbet," Planta Medica, vol.
Preparations from the leaves of Alpinia zerumbet (Pers.) Burtt & Smith (family Zingiberaceae), also known as Alpinia speciosa (J.
Itoh, "The effect of underwater shock waves on steam distillation of Alpinia zerumbet leaves," Transactions of the Materials Research Society of Japan, vol.
Ginger extract (Zingiber zerumbet) and its main active compound, 3-O-methyl kaempferol, significantly attenuated carrageenan-induced mouse paw oedema in an in vivo model and were also found to inhibit the production of nitric oxide (NO) and prostaglandin [E.sub.2] (PG[E.sub.2]), as well as iNOS expression in a cell culture model.
Several studies have demonstrated that vasorelaxant effect of different plants is usually due to the calcium channel block and hence inhibitors of [Ca.sup.2+] channels are used as antihypertensive agents, such as the ethanol extract of Mimosa caesalpiifolia and the essential oil of Alpinia zerumbet that induce vasorelaxation by blockade of calcium channels activated voltage, CaV-L [35, 36].
Regulation of lipid disorders by ethanol extracts from Zingiber zerumbet in high-fat diet-induced rats.