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SAMBUCO - SAMBUCUS NIGRA
Family: Caprifoliaceae
Medicinal plant, food
Used part: fruits
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SAMBUCO - SAMBUCUS NIGRA
Family: Caprifoliaceae
Medicinal plant, food
Used part: fruits
ACTIVE PRINCIPLES
The main constituents are polyphenols including: anthocyanins (cyanine-3-o-glucoside, cyanine 3-o, 5-o-diglucoside, cyanine 3-o-sambubioside etc.), flavonoids (hyperoside, isoquercitin and ruthoside); vitamins and mineral salts, especially potassium and calcium.
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The pharmacodynamic action attributed to anthocyanin ethers and flavonoic heterosides is to be vitamin p. Anthocyanins act by altering capillary permeability, increasing resistance, and simultaneously decreasing the permeability of capillary walls. They have anti-inflammatory activity against edema and diabetic microangiopathy. According to recent research, anthocyanins act on the iron walls, even on internal ones, causing the deposition of the accumulated glycoproteins on the walls. This results in normalization of the permeability, an increase in membrane resistance with regression of vasal lesions characteristic of diabetic microangiopathy. Anthocyanins are used for the treatment of retinal or conjunctival hemorrhages to which diabetic and hypertensive subjects are subjected. It seems to stimulate collagen biosynthesis. This could explain the synergism observed between various capillarotrope substances: vitamin C, anthocyanosides, flavonic glycosides. I am able to increase the regeneration rate of rodoxin, photosensitive pigment of the retina; the rodopsine is reconstructed with the eye return to the darkness from a derivative of vitamin A. Indeed, the association of anthocyanosides with the year is indicated. A to influence the process of night vision positively. The polyphenols the flavonoids and the anthocyanins have antioxidant action; are able to capture free radicals by neutralizing and inactivating degradation products of free radical reactions. Free radicals are chemicals with high reactivity and instability, which are dangerous to the body as they can oxidize cellular constituents such as lipids, proteins and nucleic acids leading to loss of integrity and functionality of cellular structures. I r.l. are naturally produced by the body during metabolic processes and the same organism has developed systems to neutralize them. However, under certain conditions, the endogenous defense mechanism from the r. the. may not be sufficient (exposure to pollutants, toxins, etc.). In these cases the introduction of free anti-radicals helps the body to defend itself against the damage that the r. the. can cause. Especially in aging. I r.l. can cause damage to the phospholipids of cell membranes; the hyperoxidation of the phospholipids, which by their chemical structure are well suited to the attack of the r. l., causes alteration of the membrane potential with consequent modification of ion membrane permeability. Both structural and enzymatic proteins undergo modifications by r.l., for destruction or alteration of individual amino acids. More susceptible to attacks appear to be those containing sulphydryl groups (methionine, cysteine) and aromatic ones. Damage caused by r. the. are less controlled as the body ages. Flavonoids and polyphenols may have preventative action against stroke; act on r.l. inactivating them, and it is known that they have aggressive (because they are highly reactive) on blood vessels; also prevent platelet agglutination resulting in decreased risk of thrombosis. Flavonoids have been attributed to antiviral activities. It has been shown that quercetin has antiviral action against the herpes simplex virus and the type 3 virus parainfluenza. The phenolic constituents and their derivatives often have antibacterial activity. In particular, this activity has been shown against Staphylococcus aurens and pseudomonas aeruginosa. This activity depends on the ph; when ph is acidic the effect of phenolic derivatives, tannins, flavones or proanthocyanidines are the same; at elevated ph values, increases the inhibitory power of proanthocyanidins. The mechanism of this bacterial inhibition seems to be the alteration of the cell membrane permeability of bacteria. For this reason, anthocyanins have been shown to be effective in treating diarrhea and urinary tract infections.
Arteriopathies, varices, thrombophlebitis, hemorrhoids, capillaries, diabetic microangiopathy; to improve night vision (better if associated with year A or carotenoids), vascular eye affections, to counteract the oxidative effects of free radicals, preventing cellular aging.
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