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Quercetin glycosides in Psidium guajava L. leaves and determination of a spasmolytic principle.
The traditional herbal remedy from Psidium guajava leaves has been medically proposed in Mexico as effective treatment of acute diarrhea. A methanolic leaf extract was subjected to a bioassay-guidedExpand
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Antimicrobial evaluation of some plants used in Mexican traditional medicine for the treatment of infectious diseases.
Twelve methanolic plant extracts from botanical species used in traditional medicine in Morelos, México to cure infectious diseases have been subjected to a screening study to detect potentialExpand
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The use of complementary and alternative medicine therapies in type 2 diabetic patients in Mexico.
The growing utilization of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies represents one of the characteristic phenomena facing scientific medicine. Studies of the patient’s opinions andExpand
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Intestinal anti-spasmodic effect of a phytodrug of Psidium guajava folia in the treatment of acute diarrheic disease.
Ancestral medicinal use of guava (Psidium guajava L. Fam. Myrtaceae) is today supported by numerous biomedical studies concerning the properties of leaf extracts. However, insufficient clinicalExpand
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Solanum chrysotrichum (Schldl.) a plant used in Mexico for the treatment of skin mycosis.
An ethnobotanical field study carried out in 200 rural communities determined that the leaves of Solanum chrysotrichum Schldl. are used in Mexican traditional medicine for the treatment of skinExpand
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RAPD markers associated with quercetin accumulation in Psidium guajava
We used a random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) amplification method to identify molecular markers associated with high quercetin accumulation in the leaves of Psidium guajava L. trees, selectedExpand
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Tissue Culture Regeneration of a Medicinal Plant from Mexico: Piper auritum Kunth.
An effi cient whole plant regeneration method from callus cultures of Piper au- ritum was achieved through organogenesis derived from leaf tissue. Proliferating callus and shoot cultures derived fromExpand
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