Anthocleista nobilis. Family Name: LOGANIACEAE. Local Name: Wudifokete/ Bontodee. Uses As Per Literature: A root decoction is commonly taken to treat. Request PDF on ResearchGate | Pharmacological Screening of Anthocleista nobilis Root Bark | Pharmacological activities of the root bark of A. nobilis were. Anthocleista nobilis, Loganiaceae, Root Bark, Secoiri doid, Anthocleistol. The root bark of Anthocleista nobilis is used in Nige ria against liver diseases, malaria .
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The dried bark of the different species is very difficult to differentiate when sold in the market. So far, no attempt has been made to cultivate Anthocleista nobilis for medicinal purposes.
The anti-inflammatory activity of Icacina trichanthatuber. Result of 2,2-diphenylpicrylhydrazyl scavenging activity of ethyl acetate chromatographic fractions of Anthocleista nobilis Click here to view.
Acta Botanica Neerlandica The wood is used for general carpentry, small implements and plywood.
It is used as a wash, bath or vapour bath to treat leprosy, venereal diseases, oedema and scrotal elephantiasis. The powdered stem bark was extracted with methanol and sequentially fractionated into n-hexane, ethyl acetate, and butanol fractions.
FAO Forestry Paper Related articles Analgesic Anthocleista anthoocleista anti-inflammatory Antioxidant high-pressure liquid chromatography analysis. However, in West Africa it is often left standing near houses for medicinal purposes.
Czech J Food Sci ; Antidiabetic activity and phytoconstituents of Anthocleista nobilis. Effect of methanol extract and fractions of Anthocleista nobilis on xylene-induced topical inflammation Click here to view. It was also aimed at investigating quantitatively the class of phytoconstituents present in the root and stem bark the plant.
Anthocleista nobilis tree habit. Anghocleista chemistry, brucine and strychnine are commonly used as agents for chiral resolution. It is common in forest clearings, up to m altitude. Medpharm Scientific, Stuttgart, Germany. Antimicrobial and antioxidant properties of phenolic acids alkyl esters. Atta AH, Alkohafi A.
Inhibitory effects of phenolics on xanthine oxidase. There are 1 Wikipedia citations related to Anthocleista nobilis G. Seeds obliquely ovoid-globose, 2—2. Liu F, Jan K. Does the interdependence between oxidative stress and inflammation explain the antioxidant paradox? Anti-inflammatory and analgesic activities of the extract and fractions were also investigated using xylene-induced inflammation and acetic acid-induced writhing models, respectively.
Waterman made into a paste anthoclesita applied locally to treat rheumatism.
The constituents of the fractions were analyzed using high-pressure liquid chromatography HPLCand the components were identified by dereplication. Antioxidant activity of flavonoids from leaves of Jatropha curcas. Small to medium-sized tree up to 18 —30 m tall; bole branchless for up to 15 m long, up to 45 —90 cm in diameter; bark smooth, pale grey, inner bark cream-yellow and granular; twigs with 2 spines above the leaf axils.
The seed and bark are exported from Ghana to industrial countries. Citation in news articles. In vitro preliminary study of free radical scavenging activity of extract from Khaya senegalensis A. Medicinal plants from Gabon.
The ethyl acetate fraction and subfraction elicited the best anti-inflammatory activity. Anthocleista nobilis Aluka – Anthocleista nobilis G.
Antiviral effect of Anthocleista nobilis root extract on the biochemical indices of poultry fowls infected with New castle Disease Virus NDV. Anthocleista nobilis young trees. The Loganiaceae of Africa. In Sierra Leone a decoction of the roots with lemon is taken to treat hepatitis.
Anthocleista nobilis contains xanthones and secoiridoids such as anthocleistol.