guaiazulene


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guaiazulene

[‚gwī′az·ə‚lēn]
(pharmacology)
C15H18 A blue oil with a boiling point of 165-170°C; used as an anti-inflammatory drug.
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Important constituents% Salvia camphor (37.17), 1,8 cineole (31.1), [alpha]-Thujone officinalis (20.34), [beta]-thujene (3.37), borneol (2.02) Matricaria (E)-[beta]-farnesene (24.19), guaiazulene (10.57), chamomilla [alpha]-bisabolol oxide A (10.21), [alpha]-farnesene (8.7) and [alpha]-bisabolol (7.27) Teucrium [beta]--caryophyllene (29.5), farnesene-cis-b (11.2), polium [beta]-pinene (5.2), carvacrol (8.3), bicyclogermacrene (6.4), [beta]-pinene (5.2) Origanum Trans-Caryophillene (19.08), Gamma-Cadinene (10.91), majorana Trans-Beta-Farnesene (8.65), Gamma-Terpinene (6.29), Apiol (5.62) Table 2.
Moreover, other components such as pinene, sabinene, limonene, artemisia ketone, a-linalool, E-sabinol, borneol, a-terpineol, nerol, a-cubebene, a- terpinyl acetate, a-isocomene, bicyclogermacrene, spathulenol, chamazulene, guaiazulene may also contribute