Areca catechu


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Areca catechu,

n See betel palm.
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The primary outcome of the study was to compare the efficacy by the % reduction of EPG in each group with treated with Mebendazole, Areca catechu and TTHF medicine.
It showed that there were differences among % reduction of EPG among all 200 patients of sample group treated with Mebendazole (500 mg), TTHF (500 mg) and Areca catechu L.
Plant regeneration through somatic embryogenesis from zygotic embryo-derived callus of Areca catechu L.
Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration from leaf, root and stem-derived callus cultures of Areca catechu.
Hypoglycemic activity of arecoline in betel nut Areca Catechu L.
The collected samples were divided for 50 patients in each group for 4 groups as follows: Placebo control group, treated with Mebendazole experimental group, treated with Thai Traditional Herbal Formula (TTHF) experimental group and treated with Areca catechu Lin.
Commonly, betel leaf (from the vine Piper betle L), areca nut (the fruit of Areca catechu L), lime (from seashells), gambir (a preparation from the leaves and twigs of the shrub Uncaria gambir), and shredded tobacco are included.
At first the root of Achyranthes aspera were chewed in combination with leaf of Piper betle and fruit of Areca catechu on an empty stomach; this was followed by consumption of fried Cayratia trifolia leaves with boiled rice.
The leaves and stems of Areca catechu were collected in December 2009 from Gazipur district, Bangladesh.
In case of dental problems one kaviraj use roots of Areca catechu in combination with the root of Mangifera indica, root of Aegle marmelos and root of Syrygium cumini.
The objective of the present study was to evaluate the antinociceptive potential of methanol extract of Areca catechu stems and leaves in acetic acid-induced gastric pain writhing models in mice.
Apart from one mode of use in the Chakma tribe, where Ananas comosus was used in combination with Areca catechu L.