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Behenbaum, Behennussbaum, Meerrettichbaum, Pferderettichbaum. Midho saragavo, Saragavo, Saragvo, Seeng ni phali, Suragavo. Marungai, Marunga oreifera, Wasabi no ki.
Daem mrom, Daem mrum. Shevga, Shevga chi seeng, Shivga, Sujna. Danshamula, Shobhanjana, Sigru Shobhanjan, Sobhan jana. Moo rin guu, Murunga.
Ka naeng doen, Ma khon kom, Phak i huem, Phak nuea kai, Se cho ya. Botany Malunggay is a much-branched small tree growing as high as 9 meters, with a soft and white wood and corky and gummy bark. Leaves are alternate, usually thrice pinnate, 25 to 50 centimeters long.
Each compound leaf contains very thin leaflets dispersed on a compound 3 times pinnate stalk.
The leaflets are thin, ovate to elliptic, and 1 to 2 centimeters long. Flowers are white and fragrant, 1. Pod is 15 to 30 centimeters long, pendulous, three-angled, and nine-ribbed.
Seeds are three-angled, and winged on the angles. Mature cuttings are preferred as they sprout earlier and grow faster. Purported to be beneficial for decreasing blood pressure, relieving headaches and migraines, reducing inflammatory and arthritic pains.
The root bark has sex hormone-related properties. Also contains a rich combination of zeatin, quercetin, beta-sitosterol, caffeoylquinic acid, pterygospermin and kaempferol.
Gram for gram, 7 times the vitamin C in oranges, 4 times the calcium and twice the protein in milk, 4 times the vitamin A in carrots, 3 times the potassium in bananas. The Philippine Food Composition Tables, Predominant elements were calcium HPLC yielded phenolic acids gallic and chlorogenic acids and flavonoids rutin, luteolin, quercetin, apigenin, and kaempferol.
Major fatty acids identified were oleic acid Immature flowers and pods showed similar amounts of palmitic, linolenic, linoleic, and oleic acids. Protein was maximum in leaves Dried leaves can be milled and added to sauces or porridges. Folkloric - Decoction of leaves used for hiccups, asthma, gout, back pain, rheumatism, wounds and sores.
Flowers used for catarrh, with young leaves or young pods.
In India, bark is used as abortifacient. Same, also reported as abortifacient.Malunggay has also earned the name Nature’s Medicine Cabinet because of it has 90 nutrients, 46 antioxidants, 36 anti-inflammatory properties, 18 amino acids, anti-cancer properties, anti-bacterial properties, anti-aging properties, properties that keep bad cholesterol in .
International Journal of Microbiology is a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, and clinical studies on microorganisms and their interaction with hosts and the environment.
The journal covers all microbes, . Malunggay is a much-branched small tree growing as high as 9 meters, with a soft and white wood and corky and gummy bark. antiscorbutic, diuretic, stimulant, purgative, antibiotic, antifungal.
• Anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor activities on mice studies. • Antioxidant, anti-aging, anti-ulcer. - Decoction of leaves used for hiccups. List of common medicinal plants in the Philippines used as alternative herbal medicine in the country.
Decoction- infusion of fresh leaves used for wound cleaning and skin to prevent infection and to facilitate healing. Good for skin disorders. Decoction of Guava Leaves: The Feasibility of Malunggay leaves (Moringa Oleifera) and Chili fruit (Capsicum Frutescens) as Pesticide.
Reply Delete. Replies. Malunggay and Guava Decoction as Antifungal Words | 25 Pages. efficacy of “Malunggay (Moringa oleifera) and Guava (Psydium guavaja) Decoction as Fungicide.” According to the foregoing research problem, the specific research problems are as follows: 1.
Is it possible to produce an organic fungicide out of Malunggay and Guava leaf extract?