Maximum usage was recorded for Sarson (Brassica rapa), used in 21 different livestock diseases followed by Piyaz (Allium cepa), Neem (Azadirachta indica), Surkh mirch (Capsicum annuum), Ajjwain (Trachyspermum ammi), Thoam (Allium sativum), Korr tumma (Citrullus colocynthis), Sabz mirch (Capsicum frutescens
), Taramira (Eruca vesicaria) and Bari illachi (Amomum subulatum) were used in 20, 13, 12, 11, 11, 10, 10, 09 different livestock diseases respectively.
Considering all the data obtained from this study, of the Capsicum species and lines investigated, Capsicum frutescens
could be recommended for high capsaicin yield under ecological conditions found in the Cukurova region of Turkey.
Sabinsa Corporation has introduced Chilitenoids, a natural extract from a type of Capsicum frutescens
that contains negligible levels of the pungent principle capsaicin.
The chilli's Latin name is Capsicum Frutescens
, which comes originally from the Amazon basin in Brazil and was popularised by the Mexican city of Tabasco.
(7) A couple of examples of mixtures may suffice: the "Louisiana hot sauce" surrounding my canned fish includes both paprika oleoresin (capsicum annuum) and cayenne pepper (capsicum frutescens
Biocide effects of alkaloids, saponins and flavinoids extracted from Capsicum frutescens
Then there is the Capsicum frutescens
, which comprises chilies de arbol, pequin, tabasco, cayenne, cherry pepper, malagueta and others.
Clinique (Estee Lauder) bowed in with Full potential Lips Plump and Shine, containing capsicum frutescens
extract and ginger root oil to boost volume and reduce fine lines.
Traditionally Galium aparine and Arctium lappa would have been used to 'purify the blood', Silybum marianum to support and strengthen the liver, Thymus vulgaris as an antiseptic skin wash, Capsicum frutescens
as an infusion, wash or topical application.
Previous studies have explored the effects of individual herbs and found that Dryobalanops aromatica, Capsicum frutescens
, Cinnamomum cassia and Panax notoginseng have anti-inflammatory effects on various soft tissue conditions (Akira, 1987; Kubo et al., 1996; Li and Chu, 1999; Han et al., 2001).