analyses of essential oils of Lippia origanoides H.B.K grown in Colombia. Liliana Betancur-Galvis1, Bibiana Zapata1, Armando Baena2, Juan Bueno3. Lippia origanoides Kunth. Verbenaceae, is of great importance in the Brazilian traditional medicine. Because of it, this work had the purpose to contribute to the . Methods and Results. The composition, antimicrobial activity, mutagenic and toxic potential of L. origanoides were determined. Then, the effect.

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The antinociceptive activity could also be explained by an increase on the pain threshold or by the interruption of the stimulus propagation in the pain sensing nerve fiber.

One possible explanation for the rapid onset of action might be the solubility of the substances present in the extract, which allows them to rapidly reach the brain. Number of Employees Upto 10 People. To determine the contribution of each major component to L.

Lippia origanoides Kunth — The Plant List

Interestingly, they all have in common the thymol lippia carvacrol content and, in the same way of L. However, for species of Aspergillus fumigatus these analyses suggest that there is a concentration-dependent effect among the monoterpenes thymol, carvacrol, and p -cymene. Universidad Industrial de Santander Correspondencia: Individual components were identified by comparing their retention indices 11 determined using a linear scale on the DB-5MS 60m x 0.


Furthermore, it was also observed antispasmodic, analgesic and antimicrobial uses of other species of the genus Lippia Goniostachyum sectionrich in thymol and carvacrol.

Monoterpenes and drug Thymol, carvacrol, p -cymene, trans -beta-caryophyllene, gamma-terpinene and beta-myrcene and other standard substances for the analysis of essential oils were from Sigma Chemical Company St Louis, MO, USA. Quantitative oil differences were clear for seven compounds: Aspergillus fumigatus is most commonly associated to invasive aspergillosis.

Its green oval leaves are employed as a condiment due to their thymol and carvacrol content and as a traditional medicine flower and leaf infusions 9,8.

Susceptibility testing was performed in duplicate in origanoiddes different assays. A total of 35 quilombolas from the five communities studied, twenty women and fifteen men, were interviewed.

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Organic Essential Oils in Delhi. Plantas Medicinales de Colombia, In: The maximum value possible for each species is 2 Bennet and Prance, Among plants cited in the survey, L. In addition, some oils have shown activity against fluconazole and itraconazole resistant Candida spp. The increase in fungal infections, the development of resistance and toxicity of wide-spectrum antifungals have led to a constant search for therapeutic alternatives.

The same extract also inhibited significantly formalin-induced licking response and proved to have a central antinociceptive effect, in the hot plate test.

Get in Touch with us Katyani Exports. The 3C oil showed the highest antifungal activity against C. Because of it, this work had the purpose to contribute to the ethnopharmacological knowledge of L.


These activities have been associated with the aromatic monoterpenes orriganoides the first study and with the presence of the flavonoid naringenin for the latter. Ecletica Quimica 36, Plant material and essential oil extraction Nine samples 1 kg each of L.

Lippia Origanoides Essential Oil

World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland, http: The algesic effects of acetic acid are due to the release of several mediators as histamine, serotonin, cytokines, and eicosanoids with an increase in peritoneal fluid levels of these Deraedt et al. The 7G oil showed the highest antifungal activity against A.

Curr Opin Infect Dis ; Get best deals for coconut. The inhibition of Candida species by selected essential oils and their synergism with amphotericin B.

Ethnopharmacological studies of Lippia origanoides

However, Tampieri et al. Chemical and antimicrobial analysis of essential oil of Lippia origanoides H. Journal of Stored Products Research, 45, orivanoides It is extensively used for the treatment of digestive and respiratory diseases.

Antiinflamatory, analgesic and antipyretic activity in rodents of plants extracts used in african medicine. Ethnomedical knowledge among the “Quilombolas” from the Amazon region of Brazil with a special focus on plants used as nervous system tonics.