Petiveria alliacea


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Petiveria alliacea

South American plant in the family Phytolaccaceae; causes digestive disturbance, muscular atrophy and glomerulonephritis. Contains an unidentified garlic-odored, carbamate-like toxin. Called also anamu.
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The root and stem extracts of the Petiveria alliacea containing benzyltrisulfide (BTS) and benzyldisulfide (BDS) metabolites were found to have potent acaricidal activity (106).
Acaricidal activity of extracts from Petiveria alliacea (Phytolaccaceae) against the cattle tick, Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus (Acari: Ixodidae).
Petiveria alliacea L (Phytolaccaceae) is a perennial bush plant that grows widely in Brazil.
Key words: Alcoholic extract, analgesia, inflammation, rat pleurisy, Petiveria alliacea, roots
Petiveria alliacea roots were collected in January, 1999 at the Instituto Butantan, Sao Paulo, and identified by Prof.
2001) identified a main lipophilic compound in Petiveria alliacea as one of the active immunomodulatory compounds in extracts of the plant.
Trithiolaniacin, a novel trithiolan from Petiveria alliacea.
Topical anti-inflammatory activity and toxicity of Petiveria alliacea.
7 Solanum triquetrum 7 Amyris madrensis 6 Karwinskia humboldtiana 6 Petiveria alliacea 6 Smilax bonanox 6 Lantana horrida 5 Opuntia leptocaulis 4 Acacia rigidula 3 Lippia alba 3 TABLE 2.