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Psidium Guajava Extract

Botanical Name : Psidium Guajava Extract
Common Name : Guava Leaves Extract
Assay : 20% Polyphenols by UV
Product Usage : Heals Ulcer, Anti-oxidant

Description :

Psidium guajava, often known as guava, peru, or amarood in common Indian, is a well-known tropical tree that is widely cultivated for fruit. Psidium guajava is a tiny shrub or tree that can occasionally reach a height of 10 m, but it often grows to a height of 1-6 m. A member of the Myrtaceae family is the guava or amarood. The most significant fruit in the genus Psidium, which has roughly 150 species, is Psidium guajava. Guava is thought to have come from a region that crosses Central America and southern Mexico. The guava fruit is thought to have been introduced to other parts of the world by the Portuguese and Spaniards. Guava has a lengthy history of use as a medicine in many nations.

This plant is used to treat conditions like gastroenteritis, hypertension, diabetes, dental cavities, diarrhea, dysentery, and pain alleviation as well as to improve locomotor coordination. For treating oral ulcers, cough, diarrhea, and some wounds with swollen gums, guava leaf extract is utilized. Guava's polyphenolic components aid in the treatment of malignant cells and delay the onset of premature skin aging. Guava's terpenes, caryophyllene oxide, and p-selinene all have calming effects. Numerous substances found in guava leaves have antibacterial and antifungal properties. Guava contains significant antioxidants in high concentrations and has radioprotective properties. The most potent antioxidant in guava leaves, quercetin, is thought to have spasmolytic properties.

Guava possesses anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, anti-plaque and anti-mutagenic activities. Guava extract shows antinociceptive activity and is also effective in liver damage inflammation and serum production. Guava leaves have high antibacterial activity in extracts that can inhibit the growth of bacteria’s. Terpinene and pinene are present into the aqueous extract of plant’s leaves which shows antimicrobial activity. Guava leaves have quercetin-3-arabinoside and quercetin which is found useful in controlling intestinal spasm in diarrhoea. Quercetin repressed intestinal contraction encouraged by enhanced absorption of calcium. Quercetin has a strong effect on ileum. It is thought that quercetin in guava leaf are responsible for its spasmolytic activity. Quercetin has free radical balancing activity, which helps as an antioxidant and aids in wound healing.



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