15,16] Since oxidants and free radicals are among the causes of seizures, this study aims to achieve the scientific basis for the traditional use of Eugenol
as a compound of clove plant in the treatment of seizures.
In this context, the aim of this study was to evaluate possible molluscicidal and/or relaxing effects of eugenol
and the EOs of Origanum majorana, Ocimum americanum, Hesperozygis ringens, and Piper gaudichaudianum on P.
Euglossa dilemma Bembe & Eltz, on the other hand, was similar in abundance in eucalyptol and eugenol
In another study conducted in a period of 18 months by Subramaniam and Gilhotra (48), who compared calcium hydroxide-iodoform paste, zinc-oxide eugenol
and calcium hydroxide-iodoform-zinc oxide eugenol
, it was found that calcium hydroxide-iodoform paste demonstrated a success rate of 100%, while calcium hydroxide-iodoform-zinc oxide eugenol
paste and zinc oxide eugenol
had a success rate of 93.
Bactrocera zonata, Methyl eugenol
, Population dynamics, Meteorological factors.
Thus, the eugenol
esters can also present promising biological properties.
Zinc oxide eugenol
was used to fill pulp chamber and tooth was restored with glass ionomer cement.
is a phenylpropanoid and is one of the main compounds of clove (85%) and cinnamon oils (Davidson and Naidu, 2000).
In this context, anesthetic drugs such as menthol, eugenol
and benzocaine have been frequently used to reduce the stress caused by agitation of fish during transport (Park et al.
In this regard, the eugenol
(4-allyl-2-methoxyphenol; EUG), a biologically active phenolic component of Syzigium aromaticum (the clove) has been traditionally used in Asian countries as a popular medicine, mainly as antiseptic, analgesic and antibacterial agent (Carrasco et al.
aromaticum allowed the characterization of four components, with identification above 99%, among which eugenol
was identified as the major component at the concentration of 62.
The main component of this oil, eugenol
, is widely used as a natural fish anesthetic (Barbosa et al.