In treatments with copaiba oil
, a higher incidence (58%) of seeds infected with Aspergillus sp.
Souza et al., "Validation of a gas chromatographic method to quantify sesquiterpenes in copaiba oils
," Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, vol.
nigrescens ATCC 33563 1.0% --Material-- Micro Copaiba oil
This figure includes calculated cash income from sale of three main products (farinha, brazil nuts and copaiba oil
), the value of goods produced for own consumption, and 'other cash income'.
resin was collected by drilling the tree trunk with an auger of about 2 meters in diameter in two holes.
Table 1 lists all substances identified in copaiba oil
and the figures show chemical structures of the major constituents.
is an important natural product used in traditional medicine.
From the Copaiba tree is extracted an oil, called Copaiba oil
, which has been used by more than 500 years in folk medicine with many potential properties for its use in medicine, as its healing properties like anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antiseptic action (PIERI et al., 2009).
THE EFFECT OF COPAIBA OIL
ON THE SALIVARY GLANDS OF WISTAR RATS.