By now, you’ve probably heard about the botanical cure for malaria.
Botanicals can help control malaria, but we don’t know much about how they work or what they do.
We’ve heard about a few that have proven useful in treating the disease.
Here’s a look at the most important, and least well-known botanical compounds you should know about.1.
califera is the most common tree in Southeast Asia, and the main plant used in traditional Chinese medicine.
It has a wide range of uses, but it’s known to have anti-malarial properties, too.
The compound found in B. caffera is called bifenthrin, and it works as a potent anti-viral.
The botanical is also used in a wide variety of traditional Chinese medicines, including a herbal tea known as chuan zhi qin, which contains B. cifera.2.
fragrans is a plant that grows in the Sahara desert, where the plant is known for its fragrant odor.
The chemical compound is known to be effective in combating malaria, and there’s some evidence that it also works as an anti-infective.
A 2013 study published in The Lancet Medical Subject Group found that a dose of B. fragran, which is one of the most commonly used botanicals in Africa, helped in the treatment of malaria.3.
ErythromycinIn a recent article in Nature Medicine, researchers found that Erythrocyte-1 (EOY-1) was an effective drug for treating malaria in animal models.
EOY- 1 has been shown to be very effective at treating the malaria-causing parasites.
ERO-1 is a synthetic form of Erythropoietin, and is an antibiotic-like molecule that inhibits a toxin that causes malaria.
The drug also has been used in humans to treat certain types of infections, such as malaria and tuberculosis.4.
cafera and B. strychnum are two of the more common botanical alkaloids.
The alkaloid also has anti-inflammatory properties, which may help combat the effects of malaria and other respiratory illnesses.
It also has a variety of uses in traditional and pharmaceutical treatments.
Balsam of the Woods reports that the botanically-derived compound from B. fasciata is effective in treating malaria, as well as in the anti-cancer treatment of breast cancer.5.
Dioscorea amoebaeThe plant genus Dioscorides has been recognized as an important medicinal plant for centuries.
The genus was named after the Greek goddess of fertility and childbirth.
According to a recent study in the Journal of Medicinal Plants, Dioscarea amoenae has been found to be an effective treatment for malaria in rats, as the plant contains compounds that help kill the parasites.6.
Caulifolia, the herb that is used in Chinese medicineThe herb Cauliflower is the source of many of the medicinal herbs that are traditionally used in China.
The herb contains the alkalotic compounds, sulforaphane and sulforic acid, which have been shown in animal studies to be anti-virulent.
The plant is also said to have medicinal properties for treating some types of skin conditions, as a topical agent.7.
thuringiensis is the herb with the longest history of cultivation.
It is used to treat rheumatoid arthritis, but the compound known as B. thurberianum, which was developed by a German scientist, is often used in the United States for the treatment or prevention of cancer.8.
Datura officinalisThe botanical medicine Daturae officinalissima has been studied extensively for its anti-microbial properties.
The leaves of the plant have been used to create a variety, including herbal teas that are commonly used in Traditional Chinese medicine for treating rheumatism, psoriasis, acne, and other ailments.9.
cerrata is a root-like substance found in many varieties of cilantro.
It contains a chemical called calcitrin, which can help kill bacteria, fungi, and parasites.10.
Bifenthraulic acidIn a 2011 study published by Nature Medicine , researchers found the chemical compound from the B. subtilis family to be highly effective in suppressing malaria.
Calcitrin has been associated with a wide array of health benefits, including preventing malaria, treating infections, and slowing the growth of cancer cells.11.
SennaCoral can be found throughout the tropics and subtropics.
The animal-derived plant, Senna, is a potent, anti-fungal, antiemetic, and antibacterial