EUPATORIUM AYAPANA PDF

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Botany Ayapana is a smooth, perennial herb, 30 to 60 centimeters in height, half woody at the base, creeping and rooting at the lower part.

Young shoots have a somewhat mealy appearance due to the presence of small particles of a white balsamic exudation. Leaves are smooth, opposite, narrowly elliptic or lanceolate, 5 to 8 centimeters long, triplinerved, pointed at both ends, distantly toothed or nearly entire margins. Flowering heads are numerous, 6 to 13 millimeters long, bearing about 20 pink flowers, 6 to 7 millimeters long.

Fruit are achenes, narrowly oblong, 5-angled, and about 2 millimeters long. Pappus is about 3 millimeters long. Distribution - Planted occasionally for medicinal purposes, but nowhere spontaneous. Constituents - A rich source of naturally occurring coumarin chemicals. Study yielded secondary metabolites viz. Major compounds were 2-tertbutyl—1,4-methoxybenzene Properties - Similar to chamomile in effects; stimulant and tonic in small doses, laxative in quantities.

Parts utilized Leaves, flowers, whole plant. Uses Edibility Leaves used for making a diet drink with its agreeable and spicy taste. Folkloric - In the Philippines ,Bruised leaves used for cleaning surfaces of foul smelling ulcers.

Plant juice used as emollient and astringent. Whole plant used for influenza, fever, colds, pneumonia. Mixture of decoction of Ayapana triplinervis and leaf decoction of Ageratum conyzoides used for flatulence, itches, boils. In the Guyanas , used as laxative, alexiteric, febrifuge and sudorific. Three essential oil samples showed a high percentage of the aromatic compound thymohydroquinone dimethyl ether.

Results suggest that MEEA possess hepatoprotective and antioxidant properties. Studies on the essential oils from the flowers of Eupatorium triplinerve. Indian Perfumer 37, Alpinia galanga showed no activity against P. The results validated the traditional use of the plant by the Dayak tribe in East Kalimantan. Results showed mild sedative, anxiolytic, and antidepressive effects on the CNS. Antinociceptive effects not related to the opioid system and antioxidant activity were also observed.

Results showed an antiulcer effect against UC at colon specific area through its radical scavenging activity. The compound showed dose-dependent antinociceptive action as evidenced by reduced abdominal constrictions in mice and decreased time spent in paw licking and biting response in formalin assay. The highest zone of inhibition was against Salmonella typhi at 21 mm followed by Shigella sonnei at 18 mm.

The extract exhibited significant inhibition of acetic acid-induced writhing, reduced paw-licking time response in formalin test and increased in withdrawal latency time in tail immersion test. There was significant reduction of carrageenan induced hind paw edema in rats. All extracts exhibited pronounced antibiofilm formation against Escherichia coli in a dose-dependent manner. A patient on blood thinning medications should avoid the concomitant use of ayapana and should consult a physician.

Availability - Wildcrafted. SubaSh, N. Epub Mar Roeder, H. Potential Herbal Medicines and Drug Interactions. Alternative Medicine Dictionary. Plant Names. Scientific names. Common names. Ayapana officinalis Spach [Illegitimate].

Ayapana triplinervis Vahl R. Eupatorium ayapana Vent. Eupatorium luzoniense Llanos. Eupatorium triplinerve Vahl. Eupatorium triplinerve Blume. Eupatorium triplinerve Vahl is a synonym of Ayapana triplinervis Vahl R. The Plant List.

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Ayapana (Eupatorium triplinerve) Herb Information and Medicinal Uses

Petroleum ether and methanolic extracts of leaves of Eupatorium ayapana were tested for their antimicrobial activity. The petroleum ether extract showed higher antibacterial and antifungal activity than the methanolic extract. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. Search: Search. Advanced Clipboard.

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Ayapana is an ornamental erect perennial herb with aromatic leaves that grows 20 to 30 cm high. The cm long leaves are smooth, lanceolate, and borne on purple stems. It produces many flowering heads with about twenty pink flowers, which are 6 to 7 millimeters long. It has been introduced into the U. It has naturalized in other tropical countries as well. Ayapana has three different Latin names Ayapana triplinervis, Eupatorium ayapana, and E. Ayapana is in the large Asteraceae plant family which is also called the sunflower or daisy family.

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Ayapan (Eupatorium Triplinerve)

Botany Ayapana is a smooth, perennial herb, 30 to 60 centimeters in height, half woody at the base, creeping and rooting at the lower part. Young shoots have a somewhat mealy appearance due to the presence of small particles of a white balsamic exudation. Leaves are smooth, opposite, narrowly elliptic or lanceolate, 5 to 8 centimeters long, triplinerved, pointed at both ends, distantly toothed or nearly entire margins. Flowering heads are numerous, 6 to 13 millimeters long, bearing about 20 pink flowers, 6 to 7 millimeters long. Fruit are achenes, narrowly oblong, 5-angled, and about 2 millimeters long. Pappus is about 3 millimeters long. Distribution - Planted occasionally for medicinal purposes, but nowhere spontaneous.

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Ayapana triplinervis - Vishalyakarni

Ayapan is an ornamental and medicinal plant native to South America. It is a perennial plant belonging to plant family Asteraceae. Asteraceae or Compositae family is commonly referred to as the aster, daisy, composite, or sunflower family and it is the second largest family in its division with about 1, genera and over 20, recognized species. Ayapan is known as Vishalyakarni in Sanskrit and is considered an herb that heals wounds and controls blood clotting. The leaves and stem of Ayapana are indicated in bleeding diarrhea, bleeding piles, bleeding from the stomach or bleeding from any part of the body. Plant is an ornamental and grows up to height of cm high. Leaves are cm long.

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