Illicium, Pimpinella and Foeniculum (Medicinal and Aromatic Plants - Industrial Profiles)

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CLM includes long-form articles, events listings, publication reviews, new product information and updates, reports of conferences and letters. Exceptional customer service Get specialist help and advice. Newsletter Google 4. Antimutagenic Effect Essential oil of F. Gastrointestinal Effect The aqueous extract of F. Chemomodulatory Action The chemopreventive effect of different doses of test diet of Foeniculum vulgare seeds was examined against 7,dimethylbenz a anthracene- DMBA- induced skin papillomagenesis and benzo a pyrene- [B a P-] induced forestomach papillomagenesis, at the peri-initiational level in Swiss albino mice.

Cytoprotection and Antitumor Activity Anethole is the principal active component of fennel seeds which has exhibited anticancer activity. Cytotoxicity Kaileh and his coworker investigated the cytotoxic effect of organic extracts of 24 selected Palestinian medicinal plant species. Antipyretic Activity F.

Hypolipidemic Activity The aqueous extract of F. Hypoglycemic Activity The essential oil of F. Antispasmodic Activity The antispasmodic activity of 2. Apoptotic Activity The apoptotic activities of ethanol extracts from fruits of seven species of Apiaceae family, namely, Eryngium planum , Archangelica officinalis , Pastinaca sativa , Heracleum sibiricum , Carum carvi , Foeniculum vulgare, and Levisticum officinale against ML-1—human acute myeloblastic leukaemia, J Human Liver Cytochrome P 3A4 Inhibitory Activity Thirteen compounds isolated from the methanolic extract of fennel have been found to possess human liver cytochrome P 3A4 inhibitory activity.

Bronchodilatory Effect Ethanol extract and essential oil from F.

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Antioxidant Activities Naturally occurring antioxidants can be used to protect human beings from oxidative stress damage [ ]. Environmental Application Foeniculum vulgare, that is, fennel, not only exhibited pharmacological activities but also revealed a few environmental activities. Insecticidal Activities The fruit derived phytoconstituents of F.

Acaricidal Activity Fennel oil shows significant acaricidal activity against Dermatophagoides farinae and Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus. Repellent Activity The methanolic extract of fruits of F. Larvicidal Activity Plant extracts and oils may act as alternatives to conventional pesticides for malaria vector control. Nematicidal Activity Oka et al. Toxicity The long history of ethnomedicinal application, with no reports of any serious side effects, suggests that F.

Conclusions The available scientific research on Foeniculum vulgare has shown that it is an important medicinal plant used in a wide range of ethnomedical treatments, especially for abdominal pains, antiemetic, aperitif, arthritis, cancer, colic in children, conjunctivitis, constipation, depurative, diarrhea, dieresis, emmenagogue, fever, flatulence, gastralgia, gastritis, insomnia, irritable colon, kidney ailments, as a laxative, leucorrhoea, liver pain, mouth ulcer, and stomachache.

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