A Catuama[R] e a associacao de quatro extratos hidroalcoolicos obtidos das seguintes plantas brasileiras: Paullinia cupana (guarana; Sapindaceae) 40,31%; Trichilia catigua (catuaba; Meliaceae) 28,23%; Ptychopetalum
olacoides (muirapuama; Olacaceae) 28,23%; e Zingiber officinale (gengibre; Zingiberaceae) 3,26% (CAMPOS et al.
olacoides, a traditional Amazonian "nerve tonic", possesses anticholinesterase activity.
INCI: Water/glycerin/caprylyl/capryl glucoside/pfaffia paniculata root extract/ ptychopetalum
olacoides bark/stem ex-tract/lilium candidum flower extract
Antioxidant activities of Ptychopetalum
olacoides ("muirapuama") in mice brain.
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Conclusion: This study offers evidence of functional and neuroprotective effects of two weeks treatment with a Ptychopetalum
olacoides extract against A[beta] peptide-induced neurotoxicity in mice.
INCI: Water and butylene glycol and PEG-40 hydrogenated castor oil and ptychopetalum
olacoides extract and trichilia catigua extract and pfaffia sp extract
Promnesic, anti-amnesic and AChEI properties were identified in a standardized ethanol extract from Ptychopetalum
olacoides (POEE), a medicinal plant favored by the elderly in Amazon communities.
INCI name: Water and butylene glycol and cichorium intybus (chicory) root extract and ptychopetalum
olacoides bark/root extract
This study combined with the identified antioxidant and neuroprotective properties, as well as the claimed benefits associated with stressful periods suggest that Ptychopetalum
olacoides (Marapuama) might possess adaptogen-like properties.
Clinical toxicology study of a herbal medicinal extract of Paullinia cupana, Trichilia catigua, Ptychopetalum
olacoides and Zingiber officinale (Catuama) in healthy volunteers.
olacoides (PO) roots are used by Amazonian peoples to prepare traditional remedies for treating various central nervous system conditions in which free radicals are likely to be implicated.