Remarks on the concentrated extract; or, anima of quassia, (in the form of pills) lately invented, and prepared by Hallam & Co. Which is found to be an incomparable remedy for weak and debilitated constitutions ... In short, in all cases where the constitution has been reduced by disease or irregularities

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Remarks on the concentrated extract; or, anima of quassia, (in the form of pills) lately invented, and prepared by Hallam & Co. Which is found to be an incomparable remedy for weak and debilitated constitutions ... In short, in all cases where the constitution has been reduced by disease or irregularities by Hallam and Co Download PDF EPUB FB2

Quassia (Quassia amara) is a tree or a tall shrub, m high, with unpaired leaves cm long, having leaves. They are dark green with a bright red main vein and a common petiole.

The flowers are large up to 4 cm long, bright red on the outside and white inside, collected in thick lateral and apical brushes cm long.5/5(1). Quassia amara commonly known as Quassia, Bitter Quassia, Amargo, Bitter-ash, Bitter-wood, Jamaica Quassia, Bitter Bark, Quassia Bark and Quassia Wood is a small evergreen shrub or rarely a small tree native to Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, Brazil, Peru, Venezuela, Suriname, Colombia, Argentina, French Guiana and Guyana.

It is a member of the Plant Growth Habit: Small evergreen shrub or rarely a small tree. Quassia is a plant. The wood is used as medicine. Quassia is used for treating an eating disorder called anorexia, indigestion, constipation, book is also used to rid the intestines of various kinds of worms; as a tonic or purgative; and as a mouthwash.

Some people apply quassia directly to the scalp for lice. Rectally, quassia is used for treating worm infestations. A search on PubMed for Quassia extract reveals a a couple of dozen relatively recently published articles investigating the chemical makeup of Quassia extract, and its effect as an anti-ulcerogenic, as an antimalarial, and antibacterial and antifungal agent.

It would seem from this that Quassia amara is attracting a growing interest as a. About the Skin Deep® ratings EWG provides information on personal care product ingredients from the published scientific literature, to supplement incomplete data available from companies and the government.

Quassia amara, also known as amargo, bitter-ash, bitter-wood, or hombre grande (spanish for big man) is a species in the genus Quassia, with some botanists treating it as the sole species in the genus.

The genus was named by Carl Linnaeus who named it after the first botanist to describe it: the Surinamese freedman Graman Quassi. amara is used as insecticide, in traditional Family: Simaroubaceae. Chloroform extract of the bark of Quassia amara has potential for use as an antifertility agent.

2 Similar effects were notes with a methonal extract of the stem wood of Quassia amara. 3 Anti-inflammatory properties: Based on in vitro study, quassinoids isolated from the stems of Quassia indica are thought to exhibit significant anti.

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Biological Sources It is obtained from the wood of Quassia amara L., (Simaroubaceae) commonly known in commerce as Surinam quassia. It is also obtained from the stem wood of Picrasma excelsa (Sw.) Planch.(Aeschrion excelsa or Picroena excelsa) known in commerce as Jamaican these species belong to the natural order Simaroubaceae).

Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients in Bitter Quassia. List of various diseases cured by Bitter Quassia. How Bitter Quassia is effective for various diseases is listed in repertory format. Names of Bitter Quassia in various languages of the world are also given.

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The latter is now the article almost exclusively found in market. The present invention relates to the cosmetic and / or dermatological use of an extract of the tropical plant Quassia amara to increase the gene and / or protein expression of collagen. The invention also relates to the cosmetic and / or dermatological use of such an extract for increasing the firmness of the skin and / or mucous by: 1.

Quassia extract according to Njar et al., (). Raji and Bolarinwa, () have also studied the anti-fertility activity of Quassia amara L in male rats. The crude methanol extract, quassin and the alkaloid were used and it was concluded that quassin appears to be the anti-fertility principle of Quassia amara L.

Common Name: Bitter quassia, Bitter ash, Bitter wood, Jamaica Quassia, Amargo Botanical name: Quassia amara Family: Simaroubaceae Order: Sapindales Origin: Small tree, shrub, Ornamental Plant Used In: Traditional medicine height: up to meters Leaf type: alternate.

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Extract of Q. amara, to the nearest s and visceral organs for a plant with strong antimalarial and antimicrobial activities histological studies were preserved in Bouin’s solutions. Table - 1 Effect of ethanol extract ofDioscorea esculenta on the reproductive organ weight of adult male albino rats.

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The aim is to provide clear, well-illustrated accounts of the full range of terminology currently in use, and to evolve histories of. CAS Number: FDA: EINECS: FEMA: Botanical Latin: Picrasma excelsa (Sw.) Planch.-Quassia amara L.

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