Cinnamomum


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Cinnamomum

 

a genus of trees and bushes of the family Lauraceae. There are more than 250 species, distributed primarily in tropical and subtropical Asia; species are also found in Australia and on the Fiji Islands. Many species provide valuable wood, medicinal substances, cinnamon bark, essential and fatty oils, and other food or industrial raw materials. The best-known species are the cinnamon trees and the camphor tree (C. camphord).

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Khaki A (2015) Effect of Cinnamomum zeylanicumon on Spermatogenesis.
Antidiabetic effect of Cinnamomum cassia and Cinnamomum zeylanicum In vivo and In vitro.
Abs Abs Abs Llanura aluvial de desborde Allophylus amazonicus 2 2 0,02 2,60 Attalea butyracea 5 78 9,82 6,49 Cupania americana 2 2 0,05 2,60 Clarisia biflora 3 30 3,13 3,90 Cedrela odorata 2 2 0,05 2,60 Cecropia peltata 3 12 0,22 3,90 Cinnamomum triplenerve 2 2 0,06 2,60 Dendropanax arboreus 4 13 0,42 5,19 Guarea guidonia 4 7 0,34 5,19 Inga interrupta 3 12 0,47 3,90 Llanura eolica Euterpe precatoria 2 89 1,04 3,70 Mauritia flexuosa 1 37 1,86 1,85 Attalea butyracea 2 23 2,11 3,70 Sloanea terniflora 2 2 1,82 3,70 Discocarpus spruceanus 1 13 0,91 1,85 Maquira coriacea 2 11 0,65 3,70 Vitex orinocensis 2 5 0,74 3,70 Copaifera pubiflora 1 10 0,45 1,85 Byrsonima japurensis 2 6 0,30 3,70 Sarcaulus brasiliensis 1 3 0,62 1,85 Especie D.
Anti-inflammatory activities of Cinnamomum cassia constituents in vitro and in vivo," Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol.
The study provides some evidence for the use of Cinnamomum zeylanicum in dysmenorrhoea, demonstrating that compared to placebo, cinnamon intervention significantly reduced the severity and duration of pain during menstruation, albeit to a lesser extent that Ibuprofen.
Cinnamomum cassia bark in two herbal formulas increases life span in Caenorhabditis elegans via insulin signaling and stress response pathways.
Cinnamon leaf oil is a commercially available food grade extract from Cinnamomum osmophleum that has been evaluated in a number of tests on wood materials (Chang and Cheng 2002, Wang et al.
Essential Oils Known to Cause Adverse Effects (Sensitization) on Skin Essential Oil Botanical Name Cassia Cinnamomum cassia Cinnamon bark Cinnamomum zeylanicum Peru balsam Myroxylon pereirae Verbena absolute Lippia citriodora Tea absolute Camellia sinensis Lemon Myrtle Backhousia citriodora Turpentine oil Pinus spp.
Volatile constituents from Cinnamomum zeylanicum fruit stalks and their antioxidant activities.