Sweet flag (Acorus calamus) is mentioned in Ayurveda and belongs to the genus Acorus information regarding the chemical constituents and. Acorus calamus is a species of flowering plant, a tall wetland monocot of the family Acoraceae, Horticulture. 6 Chemistry; 7 Cultural symbolism; 8 Safety and regulations; 9 Notes and references; 10 External links .. (). “Essential oil composition of Acorus calamus L. from the lower region of the Himalayas”. Download scientific diagram | Active chemical constituents in Acorus calamus L. Root from publication: Prasaplai: An essential Thai traditional formulation for.
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Volatiles from leaves and rhizomes of fragrant Acorus spp. When eaten in crystallized form, it is called “German ginger”. Novel lectins from rhizomes of two Acorus species with mitogenic activity and inhibitory potential towards murine cancer cell lines.
Differentiations in adipocytes were measured as a function of triglyceroids and protein expression of the glucose transporter in adepocytes. The essence from the rhizome is used as a flavor for pipe tobacco.
Many previous studies have reported chemical composition s and bioactivities of A. Abstract Medicinal and pharmacological significance of the Acorus species is steadily increasing.
[Chemical constituents of Acorus calamus].
Interestingly, pharmacological as well as ecological significance of A. Views Read Edit View history. In Britain the plant was cut for use as a sweet smelling floor covering for the packed earth floors of dwellings and churches, and stacks of rushes have valamus used as the centrepiece of rushbearing ceremonies for many hundreds of years. Insulin releasing and alpha-glucosidase inhibitory activity of ethyl acetate fraction of Acorus calamus in vitro and in vivo.
Induction of sterility in male house flies by vapours of Acorus calamus L. Gerard lists the Latin name as Acorus verusbut it is evident there was still doubt about its veracity: The rhizome extract and volatile oil of A. In Europe Acorus calamus was often added to wine, and the root is also one of the possible ingredients of absinthe.
It must first undergo metabolic l’-hydroxylation in the liver before achieving toxicity. The other species A. The properties of A.
[Chemical constituents of Acorus calamus].
Protection of cultured rat cortical neurons from excitotoxicity by asarone, a major essential oil component in caorus rhizomes of Acorus gramineus. Insecticidal activity of asarones identified in Acorus gramineus rhizome against three coleopteran stored-product insects.
Fungicidal property of active component derived from Acorus gramineus rhizome against phytopathogenic fungi. Acta Biologica Szegediensis, Thompson only analyses North American forms of the diploid variety in her treatment, and does not analyse the morphology of Asian forms of the diploid variety. The essential oil of A.
It was thought to prevent excitement and fear when facing an enemy. Although these preliminary reports have clearly indicated the potential of A.
Studies of chemical composition of Acorus spp. Chemical constituents from the rhizome of Acorus calamus L. Retrieved 9 July Aromatic oils obtained by alcoholic extraction of constitients rhizome are used in the pharmaceutical and oenological industries Du et cosntituents.
Acorus calamus extracts and nickel chloride: Chemical constituents from petroleum ether fraction of ethanol extract of Acorus tatarinowii. Therefore, these are high times for investigations of chemical composition and bioactivities of unexplored plants of the Acorus and devote more efforts towards understanding the mechanism of action of bioactive constituents present therein.
Asian Journal of Plant Sciences, Determination of absolute configuration by quantum computations and cAMP regulation activity. A vasambu bracelet is a symbol of a newborn baby in Tamil culture. The exterior is brown and the interior white. The protective effects were substantiated by measurement of the activities of enzymes superoxide dismutasecatalase, glutathione peroxidase, reduced glutathione as well as the level of vitamin CE, protein thiols and lipid peroxidation Manikandan et al.
In modern Egypt it is thought to have aphrodisiac properties. Mode of action of Acorus calamus L.
When Karpos drowned in a swimming race, Kalamos also drowned and was transformed into a reed, whose rustling in the wind was interpreted as a sigh of lamentation. It has been used medicinally for a wide variety of ailments, and its aroma makes calamus essential oil valued in the perfume industry. Protective roles of Acorus spp.
One story goes that a sickness was plaguing the people. Inhibitory effects of dry Acorus calamus extracts on the growth of two water bloom-forming algal species. Asian Journal of Plant Sciences Volume 10 3: Several studies have recognized anti-inflammatory potential of Acurus spp. Thus the Herbarius zu Teutschpublished at Mainz indescribes and includes a woodcut of this iris under the name Acorus.
Acorus calamus Plant List: Archived from the original on 25 August Protective effect of Acarus calamus against acrylamide induced neurotoxicity. This German book is one of three possible sources for the French Le Grant Herbierwritten in, orof which an English translation was published as the Grete Herball by Peter Treveris inall containing the false identification of the Herbarius zu Teutsch. Sesquiterpenoids from Acorus calamus as germination inhibitors.