Hanine Almubayedh
PhytochemicalAtropa belladonnaCinnamomum zeylanicumTraditional medicineBiology
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Abstract Ethnopharmacological relevance Cedrela serrata Royle (C. serrata) is a medicinal plant not only used for constructions but also an important conventional medicine for the treatment of various diseases such as; diabetes, jaundice, liver diseases, diarrhea, fever, chronic infantile dysentery, intestinal worms, hypertension, skin and blood diseases. Aims This review article documents and critically assesses, for the first time; up to date categorized information about C. serrata including ...
Abstract Ethnopharmacological relevance Debregeasia salicifolia Rendle (DS) is used traditionally for the treatment of several diseases including; urinary system diseases, bone fractures, boils, diarrhea accompanied with blood, carbuncles, pimples, dermatitis, skin rash, eczema, and tumors. Additionally, it is used as an antiseptic and antifungal agent. Aim of the study To document up to date information regarding D. salicifolia and link the traditional uses with its reported pharmacological evi...
Background: Cinnamon ( Cinnamomum zeylanicum ) is a herb that is used traditionally as a flavoring agent as well as for its health benefits in different parts of the world. Its use may vary among cultures. Aim: To observe the knowledge and uses regarding cinnamon in the Saudi population. Materials and Methods: A 2-month cross-sectional study was conducted in Khobar, Saudi Arabia, using a novel questionnaire in Arabic language. Results: A total of 585 responses were collected. Most respondents we...