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Cat's Claw

Cat's claw, a potent and natural plant that strengthens the immune system against degenerative diseases.

“Uncariatomentosa”, popularly called cat's claw, is a climbing plant of the Rubiaceae family originally from Peru.
It grows in virgin lands in the Peruvian jungle, and also in well-rested lands for a long time.

Its bark contains alkaloids that confer the healing properties.
The plant was used by indigenous inhabitants as medicinal.

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Description


The cat's claw is a liana of woody and thin trunk that reaches the 15 meters of height.
Its leaves are opposite, ovate and of whole margin, with parallel enervation, they settle on the stem for a short petiole, above its insertion grow thorns curved and reflected-directed spines contrary to the growth of the stem - which the plant uses to attach itself to the trees.

To these thorns alludes to its common name, like those of about thirty plant species.

It grows in the Amazon, along the eastern flank of the Andes, and is best developed at altitudes between 200 and 800 meters above sea level.


Uses -


Traditional Medicine


The cat's claw was known and used by the Yaneshas and Ashanincas of the central jungle of Peru for the cure of common diseases.
They also used it, mixed with other plants, as a means of birth control.

Modern Medicine

Some clinical trials published in scientific journals have found evidence that show therapeutic effects by the use of this plant or any of its components.
In general, there is evidence of anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory action of the cortex.
Evidence of its effectiveness as antitumor, antibiotic or antiviral refers to extracts or to isolated components.

Some Benefits and Uses of Cat's Claw


✓ Fights fungi.
✓ Prevents heart disease.
✓ Combats free radicals.
✓ It helps to cleanse the kidneys.
✓ Reduces joint and muscle pain.
✓ Regulates the menstrual cycle.
✓ It is anticoagulant of the blood.
✓ Helps eliminate toxins from the body.
✓ It can improve cases of prostatitis.
✓ Helps regulate hormonal imbalances.
✓ Stimulates healing and wound healing.
✓ Improves cases of asthma and bronchitis.
✓ It is used to combat herpes (genital and zoster).
✓ It is very effective for cases of general weakness.
✓ Stimulates the functioning of the immune system.
✓ This plant helps prevent the spread of cancer cells.
✓ The cat's claw favors the proper functioning of the digestive tract.
✓ Accelerates recovery in cases of colds, otitis, conjunctivitis and sinusitis.
✓ Improves inflammatory diseases such as arthritis, bursitis, rheumatism, etc.


People who suffer from colitis, gastritis, stomach ulcers, Crohn's disease or alterations in the intestinal flora, can benefit from the properties of the cat's claw to improve these ailments.
Helps eliminate toxins from the body

Use during pregnancy and lactation is contraindicated
Before using this plant, consult with a health professional so that you can recommend the best in your particular case.

There are no reports of toxicity or serious adverse effects.

Medicinal Properties of Cat's Claw


Among the active ingredients contained in the root and bark of this medicinal plant are alkaloids oxindoles, glycosides, polyphenols, terpenes and steroids.

Thanks to these components, the cat's claw has analgesic, antioxidative, anti-inflammatory, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, immunostimulant, anticoagulant, antifungal, cardioprotective, antidiabetic, healing, antiallergic and even contraceptive action.

A Miracle Plant?

With regard to the digestive system, the cat's claw serves to relieve stomach ulcers, inflammation of the digestive tract -colitis and diverticulitis-, hemorrhoids, leaky bowel syndrome and shingles, although there is insufficient evidence.

Many people use cat's claw to prevent or cure infectious diseases, such as chickenpox, herpes, gonorrhea, as it strengthens the immune system; In turn is consumed by those who suffer from AIDS, precisely in order to strengthen their defenses; But again the same as in the previous cases, there are no scientific studies that support these properties.

It is even used with the intention of controlling the birth rate, preventing cancer, slowing the growth of cancer cells and helping to repair cell damage caused by chemotherapy and radiotherapy, curing chronic fatigue syndrome, asthma, Crohn's disease, Alzheimer's, to heal wounds, AIDS, arthritis, balance of intestinal flora, bone pain, intestinal disorders, bursitis, cancer, candida, chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic pain, colitis, Crohn's disease, digestive disorders, duodenal ulcers, fungal infections, gastric ulcers, gastritis, gout, herpes, immune system deficiencies, repair of DNA enhancement, inflammatory problems, intestinal disorders, irritable bowel syndrome, kidney cleaner, leaky bowel syndrome , osteoarthritis, parasites, stimulation of the immune system, stomach problems, viral infections, urinary tract inflammation Inario, wounds.

World Health Organization


There was unanimity at the First International Conference on Uncariatomentosa, sponsored by WHO in Geneva, Switzerland, that after the discovery of quinine, no other rainforest plant managed to arouse as much interest as it did. Interest was mainly concentrated in the alkaloids, since at least 6 of them were able to increase the level of immunity up to 50%.

History

its scientific discovery dates from 1830, the year in which it was first described as a species.
However it was not until the 1950s that the German naturalist Arturo Brell carried out the first systematic studies of the species from plants harvested in the central Peruvian jungle.

The scientific discovery of the cat's claw as a medicinal plant and its subsequent diffusion throughout the world as the "heal everything plant", begins much later.

This plant also acts as a vasodilator and diuretic, so it is advised for people suffering from hypertension.
And it has antioxidant properties that attack the free radicals that damage our body, preventing in this way the appearance of many diseases even in the healthiest person. It is even good for brain activity, especially it helps to improve memory.

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MUICLE

Justicia spicigera, is a species of aquatic plant belonging to the family of acanthaceae.
Muicle, who is also popularly known by other names such as: Virgin Grass, Virgin Blood, Mohuitle, Stone Indigo, Trumpet, Muitle, Purple Grass, Limalin, etc.

This plant also acts as a vasodilator and diuretic, so it is advised for people suffering from hypertension.
And it has antioxidant properties that attack the free radicals that damage our body, preventing in this way the appearance of many diseases even in the healthiest person.
It is even good for brain activity, especially it helps to improve memory.

A plant that depending on the region can have great variety of names, but whose scientific name is Justice spicigera Schechtendal of the family Acanthaceae.
Plant that almost always is like bush of 1 to 1.5m of height, densely branched.
It has the longest leaves that are wide and more or less hairy with very marked veins.
The flowers are grouped in the union of the stem and the leaf and in the terminal part of the plant, commonly of orange color, but sometimes pale red in the form of tubes that end up tearing, forming a lip, the fruits are capsules.

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What benefits does Muicle offer?


Muicle offers the consumer a huge variety of health benefits, which we will mention below to let you know about the miraculous benefits of this natural and economical product.
Its infusions are mainly used for the purpose of blood detoxification, or to purify the blood.
It is also used to soothe stomach pains, diarrhea problems, dysentery, juvenile constipation and even is used to treat the famous embarrassment.
It is used in cases of erysipelas, syphilis, tumors or grains hard to cure, and is indicated for blood pressure.



Multiple Herbalism Uses -


Muicle tea is quite useful in women to reduce the discomfort and pain caused by menstruation; It is also said to reduce the duration of it.

Its purifying effects are also useful for cleaning the kidneys of stones, relieving kidney pains, bad urine and other diseases related to the urinary system in general.

Another benefit that punctual is its usefulness in the treatment of respiratory diseases like influenza, colds, bronchitis and congestions.

This plant is used as a stimulant, anti-dysenteric, anti-apoplexy, antipyretic, antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory.

Tea leaves and flowers are recommended as emmenagogue, combined with other plants is used in the treatment of uterine cancer.

It is also used for sleep disorders and mental disorders.

It is also used to treat anemia, for nerves.

Very beneficial also for the prostate and urinary system, HIV, epilepsy among other uses.

The parts that are most used are the branches, leaves and flowers. The cooking of these as a treatment is very useful for blood pressure, purifying blood and syphilis; the crushing of the branches or hot cooking mixed with capulin, avocado, garlic, tobacco and guava, like washes, serves for the skin.

Taking in the morning is used for digestive problems such as constipation, diarrhea, stomach pains and vomiting, menstrual cramps, menstrual period regulation, etc.

In respiratory conditions such as cough, flu and bronchitis, the infusion of the leaves is used as water for use.

Other common uses of the muicle are for headaches and kidney, anemia, dizziness, insomnia and for shock de-inflammation.

It is also used in some respiratory diseases such as cough, bronchitis and constipation.

It is used as a disinfectant in skin diseases.

For grains the whole plant is applied locally.

In pre-Hispanic times, in the colony and recently it has been used as a natural dye in the textile industry.

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HUEREQUE

Also known as Wereque (Wereke) is a plant that belongs to the cucurbit family, and is of Sonoran origin of Mexico; And has a dating of pre-Hispanic times.

It is a root or tuber, which contains medicinal properties and possesses a very bitter and intense taste.

Mexican Yaqui Indians, Mayans, Opatics, among other tribes used it as a painkiller, anti-diabetic, anti-inflammatory, heart problems, rheumatism and skin problems.

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At present it took relevance, this root for its hypoglycemic properties.


The properties of the wereke are used for the control of diabetes and all its consequences, as well as control of fat in the blood and prevent the increase of glucose.

The medicinal popularity of the wereke dates back to the 18th century when different indigenous groups such as the Mayo, Opata, Seris and Yaquis used it a lot to treat cardiac, skin, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, rheumatic complications and other purposes.

Today it stands out for its hypoglycemic properties that are effective for the treatment of type 2 diabetes, since the same plant requires the presence of insulin to work effectively.

On the other hand, it is important to note that it is a plant with magnificent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, key qualities to be able to help the body to combat all those complications that are related to this pathology.

The properties of this plant, and more specifically of its root, are numerous and very beneficial to health, being this ideal as anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-diabetic.




In the Wereke are present some components like:


✓ Fiber.
✓ Starch.
✓ Lecithin.
✓ Chlorophyll.
✓ Carbohydrates.
✓ Monoglycerides.
✓ Alkaloids in small concentrations.
✓ Proteolytic, diastase and oxidative enzymes.
✓ Proteins, nucleoproteins, globulin and albumin.
✓ Fatty acids: myristic, lauric, palmitic, pentadecanoic.
✓ Minerals such as sodium, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and iron.


Wereke is still very popular within traditional Mexican medicine because it is known to be effective for the treatment and prevention of different diseases or conditions.

Among the benefits we can mention:

✓ Decreases rheumatic disorder.
✓ Helps control blood sugar levels.
✓ It could reduce the typical discomfort of gastritis.
✓ It is recommended for the treatment of bone fractures.
✓ Works as analgesic, antimycotic, regenerating, healing and anti-inflammatory.
✓ Reduces the aches and pains of complications that arise from increased glucose.


It serves to treat and prevent different diseases such as:


Cancer, tumors, dermatitis, arthritis, obesity, excess of boric acid and liver congestion.

The hypoglycemic effect of this plant makes it a natural support to combat diabetes, allowing blood sugar levels to be reduced.

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BLUE AGAVE — MEZCALILLO

The agave is a plant of similar appearance to the Aloe, of Mexican origin and well known for being the plant from which the tequila comes.
However, there are numerous properties of agave for our health and our beauty, being especially known agave syrup, a natural sweetener free of the problems of refined sugar

Medicinal Properties of Agave.

The agave is a rosette-shaped plant, with thick, fleshy leaves that end in a sharp point. It grows slowly and blooms only once a year.
After the fruits are born, the plant dies, but new shoots are born quickly

This plant contains elements with anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial action, while helping to improve the immune system.
In this way, it serves to treat wounds and reduce inflammation caused by different diseases.

It certainly was illustrious for the Aztecs, as it represented a symbol of longevity. It is an ancient plant with a rich history; however, today, it is most commonly associated with tequila.
While tequila is one of its uses — specifically blue agave -- Agave can do much more than make liquor.

From food to fiber, Native Americans have long been utilizing the plant in its entirety.

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The agave also has medicinal properties


The agave also has medicinal properties such as disinfectant, antiseptic, laxative, diuretic, depurative.

Constipation, jaundice, dysentery, scalp infections -- all of these illnesses and then some have been treated by the healing powers of agaveís roots, sap, juice, and leaves.
Agave has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, allowing it to heal wounds, burns, and skin irritations.

Agave has also been used in treating toothache.
A gum made out of the roots and leaves can be applied to an aching tooth to soothe the pain. In ancient Mexican folk medicine, agave was even used to cure snakebites!

This plant is effective to treat conditions such as ulcers, digestive and liver problems, constipation, jaundice, wounds and skin lesions, rheumatism, chronic diarrhea, combats parasites,
helps regulate appetite for what favors weight loss. In addition, agave helps to prevent certain diseases such as obesity, diabetes, colon cancer and osteoporosis.

This plant naturally contains prebiotics that prevent the spread of harmful bacteria to the digestive and intestinal system that can then cause diseases.

To take advantage of the medicinal benefits of agave, you can use the fresh juice of the leaves on wounds externally as compresses. It has also been shown to help lose weight, as it has a low impact on blood sugar and increases the feeling of fullness.
But more importantly, it reduces cholesterol, the possibility of suffering from some types of cancer, and increases the absorption of nutrients - especially calcium, isoflavones and magnesium.

It is especially useful for problems of the digestive system such as Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis and irritable bowel syndrome.

In addition, it has high amounts of calcium, which can prevent bone diseases such as osteoporosis, increases energy levels in people in a balanced way -not like sugar-

Agave Benefits for Beauty

Agave also has benefits for beauty, especially for skin care.
Agave nectar spread on the skin can help heal the pimples with pus and prevent premature aging of the skin.

Sometimes masks are made with syrup and salt to increase their antimicrobial properties and achieve a powerful action against severe acne.

The nectar or agave syrup is a natural sweetener similar to honey that besides being a substitute for sugar gives us numerous health benefits.
Agave syrup has a low glycemic index, so it will not cause a rise in blood sugar.
Inulin, a complex form of fructose, is where its sweet flavor comes from, which will avoid ailments such as type II diabetes or metabolic syndrome.



And, if that were not enough, agave syrup has fewer calories than sugar, although like everything else in this life it should be consumed in moderation.

A cup of sugar can be substituted by approximately ⅓ cup of agave syrup, and if we want to use it in recipes we must lower the oven 25 degrees, as well as reduce a little the liquid elements of the recipe.

It serves to treat and prevent different diseases such as:


Cancer, tumors, dermatitis, arthritis, obesity, excess of boric acid and liver congestion.

The hypoglycemic effect of this plant makes it a natural support to combat diabetes, allowing blood sugar levels to be reduced.

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HUALAMO

Nanche de perro (Vitex mollis Kunth.), Properties and medicinal uses

Students: Yurico Harlet López Sotelo, and Iván Mejía Montejo Cuernavaca, Morelos, México, October, 2010.

Traditional medicine: School of Nursing Autonomous University of the State of Morelos Academic agreement with Tlahui-Educa.

SUMMARY

This work reflects the different properties of the medicinal plant and the origin Nanche de perro as well as the properties for which it is implemented in some states of the Mexican Republic and the uses that are given to it.

NANCHE DE PERRO



Scientific name: Vitex Mollis Kunth TSN (ITIS): 62101306 Family: Verbenaceae
Common names: Nanche de perro, coyotomate, higualmo, jaríaceitunillo, capulincillo, querenque, hualamo, tompotomiltuvalama.

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Habitat and Botanical Characteristics


Origin and distribution: The tree is native and abundant in wildlife, sometimes in extensive stands, in open pine forests and grass savannahs, from southern Mexico, through the Pacific side of Central America, Peru and Brazil , Also appears in Trinidad, Barbados, Curacao, St. Martin, Dominica, Guadalupe, Puerto Rico, Haiti, Dominican Republic and throughout Cuba and the Isle of Pines.

Habitat: xerophytic scrub and raparla vegetation on stony soils at elevations of 1000-1430 m.
Phenology: Flowers between February and May
Fructify: Between June and July.
The nanche de perro (coyotomate), of unknown origin inhabits low deciduous forest, SMSc:
medium forest sub deciduous in particular in warm and semicalido climate between 300 and 1600msnm, usually grow next to streams and streams.

DESCRIPTION

The nanche is a slow-growing small shrub or tree usually reaching 33 feet (10 m) in height, or, in certain situations, can even reach 66 feet (20 m); The shape can range from rounded crown and extends to narrow and compact, short or tall trunk, straight or crooked.

The young branches are densely covered with reddish hairs. Opposite, ovate or elliptic to oblong-elliptic leaves may be 1 1/4 to 6 1/2 inches (3.2-17 cm) long and 1 1/2 to 2 3/4 inches (4-7 cm) Wide, rounded or pointed at the apex, obtuse or pointed at the base, coriaceous, generally shiny on the upper surface and more or less brown or gray-fluffy at the bottom.

Red-haired flowers, born in erect and conspicuous clusters, 4 to 8 inches (10-20 cm) long, are 1/2 to 3/4 inches (1.25-2 cm) wide; The 5 petals of yellow at first, change to dull red-orange. The fruit is particularly odorous, orange-yellow, round, 5/16 to 7/16 inches (8-12 mm) wide, with thin skin and white and juicy, oily pulp that can vary the taste from tasteless to sweet , Acid, or similar to cheese.
It has a fairly large, hard core containing 1 to 3 white seeds.

Distribution: Mexico, in the states of Baja California Norte, Baja California Sur, Colima, Mexico, Chihuahua, Guerrero, Morelos, Nayarit, Oaxaca, Puebla, Veracruz, Yucatan, Sonora, Peru, Jalisco and Durango, Central Pacific, Peru and Brazil, also appears in Trinidad, Barbados, Curacao, St. Martin, Dominica, Guadalupe, Puerto Rico, Haiti, Dominican Republic and throughout Cuba and the Isle of Pines.
Soil: In Mexico, the tree is often found on rocky terrain. It grows well in the sand and sandy, alkaline soils. It is very suitable for the restoration of infertile lands and those impoverished by the burning.



Ethnobotany and Anthropology

It is found in various states of the Mexican Republic where they are used in different ways and uses depending on their culture of each state.

In states such as: Estado de Mexico, Michoacan, sonora is mainly used to counteract the stings of venomous aminos mainly in scorpion stings due to high sting rates.

Recipes: A poultice is formed with the combination of the leaves of the coyotomate and the leaves of the papaya (carica, it is placed directly on the area of the sting of the scorpion. Another way is to immediately take a coercion of the buds tender parts with the yolk of an egg, placing a maceration of these shoots with alcohol and placed in the damaged part.

In the state of Nayarit is used for digestive disorders mainly in the diarrhea that arises in summer time and the decomposition of food, with certain symptoms (stomach pain, desire to evacuate frequently, those are liquid, lack of).

Recipes: A tea is made from the composition of barium medicinal plants: the leaves of the plant, leaves of hualamo, of capulin, those of guava. Of this tea the amount to be ingested is: a glass and later will continue taking like water of use.

In Jalisco against diarrhea, the bark of guamuchil (Pithecellobiumdulce), tepehuaje (Lysilomaacapulcensis), safflower's crown (Vitexmollis) and quebrillo (Solanum nigrum) crust are cooked; Of this they administer a tea three times a day.

In Oaxaca is used in conjunction with other medicinal plants for the treatment of intestinal colic and intestinal inflammation.
Recipes: Boil the cocolos of the plant, twigs of pochota and those of silly bird, along with the leaves of culebrina and with this preparation will give foments in the belly. In the event that the discomfort is chronic the treatment will be prolonged for three days or as often as necessary until healing.

In Michoacan. It is used to heal the heartbeat that is a disease caused by "malpasadas" and consists of a pain in the mouth of the stomach, also feels a "finish in the stomach" and does not give appetite.
The cure of this condition is done by rubbing alcohol on the arms, back, head, groin and stomach; In this last part the frictions must be given inwards.
In addition a preparation is prepared with the leaves of the act and sweetened with panocha, to elaborate a syrup or conserves that is administered after the frictions.
This treatment is done for nine days. The bark is also cured by administering orally an infusion of ruda (Chalepensis Route) to which is added Creole chocolate (regional homemade chocolate).

In Morelos, For the pain of the stomach is used the firming of the crust.

In the State of Mexico. Against dysentery, they occupy the leaves and the stem, and as purgative, the root or the latex.
To calm the kidney pain caused by heat, by working a lot or by sewing too much in the machine (you feel waist pain), a baking is done with the peel of the stick, is allowed to calm and drink on an empty stomach for nine days , Resting another nine, and then starts treatment again. Or a tea is made with the leaves and it takes tibiecito in fasting, during six days.

To heal the dissipates it takes the firing of the aerial part. In cases of poor eye disease that is characterized by the secretion of lymph in one or both eyes and occurs in seasons "(it acquires great part of the people and it is not known why"), it is recommended to chew a tender Is wrapped in cotton and then squeezed over the eye.

When there is a cloud in the eye, which forms from a water that falls inside and then begins as a white point that grows to cover the eye, an ointment is prepared as follows: the dried fruit shell is burned, Grinds and is beaten with kidneys suet, steamub, Inca vegetable shortening or petroleum jelly; This is applied on the eyelid.

In the same way but greased on the forehead, it is used to remove the headache, which is caused by sunburn and by cold, by drinking coffee or by heat Even the infusion of the leaves is accustomed to take as a herbal tea as a stimulant, its flavor is similar to that of black tea.

Other medicinal properties

It is used as an analgesic for pulmonary pain and as an expectorant, the fruit, leaf and stem are boiled in cuatecomate (sp. N / r) and it is taken as water for use twice daily or else only tea Prepared with leaves.

Against the cough, it is prepared with the leaves and / or fruit, an infusion or syrup sweetened with piloncillo.

TB is used to treat tuberculosis, although it is not said how.


Less frequent uses:

› En casos de presencia de leucorrea.
› Para contrarrestar síntomas por picaduras de alacrán.
› Se considera beneficiosa en enfermedades pulmonares.
› Asegura los dientes cuando las encías están enfermas.
› Para afecciones de la piel como sarna, salpullido y heridas.
› Los mexicanos aplican la corteza pulverizada sobre las úlceras.
› En Guyana, la corteza machacada se coloca como apósito sobre heridas.
› Se utiliza para infecciones en la matriz e inflamación en los ovarios.
› En Belice, se ha tomado como un antídoto para la mordedura de serpientes.
› En Pacientes con reumáticos se les colocan las hojas directamente en la zona afectada.
› Su uso como anti disentérico, antiinflamatorio y analgésico, es catártico y limpia la leche.
› La infusión de la corteza es astringente y se usa para detener la diarrea, así como febrífuga.
› En algunas regiones del país es comestible y se venden en los mercados locales para regularizar la menstruación en las mujeres.
› Para expulsar los restos de la placenta después del parto, la corteza se cuece con sal y se bebe como agua de uso durante 15 días o más.


OTROS USOS

Los frutos: Son ingeridos como postre ya sean crudos o cocidos, es ingrediente en sopas o en el relleno de carnes.

Los frutos se utilizan a menudo para preparar bebidas carbonatadas, o una bebida fermentada ácida y grasa, conocida por el término chicha el que genéricamente se aplica a una variedad de bebidas como la cerveza de frutas o de maíz.
Por destilación, se produce en Costa Rica, un licor como ron, llamado Crema de nanche.

En Magdalena, Colombia, una grasa comestible se extrae de las frutas con agua hirviendo.
Por medio de las destilación de este fruto se obtiene un licor llamado (crema d nance).
Cuando los frutos están verdes son utilizados para teñir, principalmente se utiliza la piel de estos proporcionando un color de matiz marrón a la tela de algodón.

Corteza: La corteza produce una fibra fuerte, y se emplea en el curtido de pieles dándole al cuero un tono amarillo claro.
La corteza contiene tanino 17.25-28.26% y 2,73% de ácido oxálico.

Ramas: Las ramas frescas se cortan en pequeños trozos y se arrojan a los arroyos para adormecer a los peces, o bien se aplastan en el borde de las aguas de modo que el jugo se derrame en el agua, para el mismo efecto.

Madera: La albura es grisácea; el duramen de color marrón rojizo, pesada, de textura gruesa, dura, y muy apreciada costillas de botes a pesar de que es frágil y sólo medianamente durable.
Suele estar disponible sólo en tamaños pequeños, sirve para mangos de herramientas, tornería, estantería y mobiliario y para la construcción en pequeña escala.
En Brasil, la madera se elige para hacer el fuego sobre el que la gente fuma la estimulante 'pasta de guaraná' (Paullinia cupana HBK.)

Debido a que la madera al quemar tiene un olor agradable. En algunas zonas se utiliza para hacer carbón.

Néctar: En Costa Rica, el nance constituye una de las pocas fuentes de néctar para las abejas en el mes de junio.



Fitoquímica y Farmacología

Planta medicinal de uso muy antiguo que ha trascendido hasta el presente en sus aplicaciones como anti disentérico, analgésico y antiinflamatorio, lo cual da indicio de su efectividad en estos casos.

› La fruta Madura tiene un pH de 4.86, la parte comestible.
› Tiene altos niveles de fibra dietética.
› Es una fuente rica en cromo.
› La semilla es una fuente rica en cobre, cromo y zinc.


Valor alimenticio por 100 g de porción comestible: *

La humedad 79,3-83,2 g
Proteína 0.109-0.124 g
0.21-1.83 g de grasa
2,5-5,8 g de fibra
Ash 0,58-0,69 g
23.0 a 36.8 mg de calcio
Fósforo 12,6 a 15,7 mg
0.62 a 1.01 mg de hierro
Caroteno 0.002-0.060 mg
La tiamina 0.009-0.014 mg
0,015 a 0,039 mg de riboflavina
La niacina 0.266-0.327 mg
90.0 a 192.0 mg de ácido ascórbico



Cuidados y contraindicacioness

El HUALAMO o Nanche de perro no presenta toxicidad




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[13] Biblioteca digital de la medicina tradicional mexicana… op. cit.
[14] Tratado de medicina tradicional mexicana tomo II… op.cit. p 616-617
[15] Byrsonima crassifolia HBK. Byrsonima cubensis Juss. URL: http://www.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/morton/nance.html#Description.
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