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pau d’arco

Herbal medicine
Any of a family of trees native to Central and South America, the inner bark of which is anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial. It has been used for indigestion, infections (bacterial, fungal, parasitic and viral), smoker’s cough, and arthritis; anecdotal reports suggest that pau d’arco may be useful for AIDS, malaria and cancer.
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d' Albuquerque, "Quinones isolated from the wood of Tabebuia avellanedae Lor.
In vitro and in vivo anti-inflammatory effects of taheebo, a water extract from the inner bark of Tabebuia avellanedae. J Ethnophcirmacol.
Herb Total Juglans nigra fruit hull 400 mg Artemisia annua herb 400 mg Tabebuia avellanedae inner stem 200 mg Berberis vulgaris stem bark 360 mg Allium sativum bulb 720 mg Citrus paradisi seed 250 mg Thymus vulgaris oil 2 mg Rosmarinus officinalis oil 1 mg Origanum vulgare oil 10 mg Capsule to be opened and mixed with manuka honey three times daily.
A Zona 7 e composta por 6.194 arvores de acompanhamento viario, apresentando 57 especies diferentes, e as cinco especies de maior ocorrencia sao: sibipiruna (Caesalpinia peltophoroides) com 2.039 individuos (32,92%); tipuana (Tipuana tipu) apresentando 1.907 arvores (30,79%); ipe roxo (Tabebuia avellanedae) com 702 representantes (11,33%); jacaranda (Jacaranda sp.) com 180 individuos (2,91%); e, flamboyant (Delonix regia) com 159 individuos (2,57%).
One of the two compounds identified by this process was DAL, derived from Tabebuia avellanedae, a tree native to Argentina and Brazil.
They described how this compound called dehydro-alpha-lapachone (DAL), derived from Tabebuia avellanedae, a tree native to Argentina and Brazil, was able to help wound healing and inhibit tumor growth in animal models.
The subtropical mountainous rainforest include several indigenous tree species such as "oran cedar" (Cedrela angustifolia), "palo amarillo" (Phyllostylon rhamnoides), "palo blanco" (Calycophyllum multiflorum), "afata" (Cordia tricotoma) and "lapacho" (Tabebuia avellanedae).
Comparative studies on the effects of Tabebuia avellanedae bark extract and b-lapachone on the hematopoietic response of tumour-bearing mice.