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Curcuma longa - Köhler–s Medizinal-Pflanzen-199

Turmeric has been interesting treating neoplasia and diabetes[1] and hiperglucemic treatment.

Curcumin is the major constituent and responsible for anti-hypoglycemic properties[2] Avicenna in the Canon suggests in the following ailments dermatitis, pain in the mouth and gum, and scalp wounds [3]

SystematicsEdit

Curcuma s.l. [4] is paraphyletic, in curcuma clade Kress et al. (2002) included Stahlianthus, Hichenia and Smithatris[5]

C. subg. Curcuma
C subg Economata and
C subsg Hicheniopsis[6]

LinksEdit

The phylogeny and a new classification of the gingers (Zingiberaceae) evidence from molecular data


Biological Diversity in the Patent System


Curcumin suppresses transforming growth factor-β1-induced cardiac fibroblast differentiation via inhibition of Smad-2 and p38 MAPK signaling pathways

Curcumin as a potential therapeutic candidate for Helicobacter pylori associated diseases.

Phylogeny of Curcuma (Zingiberaceae) based on plastid and nuclear sequences: Proposal of the new subgenus Ecomata


wikiSage:Turmeric

  1. Farmer to pharmacist: curcumin as an anti-invasive and antimetastatic agent for the treatment of cancer
  2. Anti-Hyperglycemic and Insulin Sensitizer Effects of Turmeric and Its Principle Constituent Curcumin
  3. Mahdizadeh SH, Khaleghi Ghadiri M, Gorji A. 2015. Avicenna's Canon of Medicine: a review of analgesics and anti-inflammatory substances. Avicenna J Phytomed, 5 (3): 182-202
  4. http://www.efloras.org/florataxon.aspx?flora_id=2&taxon_id=200028370
  5. The phylogeny and a new classification of the gingers (Zingiberaceae): evidence from molecular data
  6. Jana Leong-Škorničková, et al. The phylogeny and a new classification of the gingers (Zingiberaceae): evidence from molecular data Taxon 64 362 (2015)

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