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Ethnopharmacological relevance: Aquilaria spp. (agarwood) has been a part of Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries. Aquilaria malaccensis is a large evergreen tree which occurs in Bangladesh, Aquilaria spp. have been observed to have a low natural regeneration and to be . ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE Aquilaria spp. (agarwood) has been a part of Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries. Agarwood.
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A review of traditional use, phytochemistry and pharmacology. Agarwood has also been used as a traditional medicine in Southeast Asian countries, Bangladesh and Tibet.
Its common uses include the treatment of joint pain, inflammatory-related ailments, and diarrhoea, as well as a stimulant, sedative and cardioprotective agent.
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Aquilaria Spp. (Agarwood)
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Mahidol University Journal of Pharmaceutical…. In vitro antioxidant activity and phytochemical screening of Aquilaria malaccensis leaf extracts.
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Isolation and characterisation of acetylcholinesterase inhibitors from Aquilaria subintegra for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease AD. Rothan Current Alzheimer research Antidiabetic activities of Malaysian agarwood Aquilaria spp. Characterization of ethanolic extracts of agarwood leaves. Evaluation of hepatoprotective activity of ethanolic extract of Aquilaria agallocha leaves EEAA against CCl4 induced hepatic damage in rat.