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Salacia

consort of Neptune and goddess of springs. [Rom. Myth.: Kravitz, 208]
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In another study, we actually find that salacia is a more potent glucose inhibitor than acarbose, a commercial alpha-glucosidase inhibitor found in diabetic medications.
Majeed also noted that many traditional and Ayurvedic herbs have a long history of use for managing blood sugar, including Fenugreek (Trigonella foenumgraecum), cinnamon (Cinnamomum cassia), Pterocarpus marsupium, Gymnema sylvestre, Momordica charantia, common bean, kidney bean (Phaseolus vulgaris), Salacia reticulate, and Amla/Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis).
Salacia imperatoria urbs, por exemplo, detinha ja uma existencia bem visivel antes do Imperio; Ammaia podera estar directamente ligada a atencao de Claudio para com a Hispania, bem analisada por Nony.
Salacia Oblonga (Indian Saptarangi) is extracted from the root bark of Salacia reticulata, an Ayurvedic herb found in the Indian subcontinent.
eastern face), but have already been reported in different Brazilian plant formations: Sloanea guianensis, Myrciaria floribunda, Salacia elliptica, Andira fraxinifolia were mentioned in areas of Atlantic rain forest (Guilherme et al.
191) citan la calidad de los tejidos de fina lana de Salacia (Alcacer do Sal, Portugal).
Por el contrario, la via xvII desde Ad Aquas se dirige a Bracara pasando mas hacia el sur, por las mansiones de Caladuno, Praesidio y Salacia.
342 Figure 5: A screen shot of the online survey format for part 2, which assessed participant's likelihood ratings through time windows for multi-day statements Consider another hypothetical scenario: The volcanic Island Salacia has been experiencing eruptive activity for over ten years, with a number of large explosive eruptions during this time.
175r, MS) Quidam Salaciam, uxorem Nepiuni, hanc Veniliam accipiuni, ei Salacia a salo, Venilia quod ueniam dei pericliianiibus.
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As especies consideradas raras na area (um individuo por hectare) representaram cerca de 9% do total de especies, sendo estas: Salacia crassifolia; Erythroxylum engleri; Guapira graciliflora; Virola sebifera; Guettarda viburnoides; Buchenavia tomentosa; Sorocea guilleminiana; Cheiloclinium cognatum e Licania humilis (Tabela 1).
Dietary supplements such as Salacia oblonga or Salacia reticulata extracts inhibit the alpha-glucosidase enzyme and thus decrease the breakdown of simple carbohydrates in the intestine, resulting in a slower and lower rise in blood glucose throughout the day, especially after meals.