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Anamu is a perennial herb plant of family Phytolaccaceae Genus Petiveria and Species alliacea. It grows up to one meter in height. It is native to the Amazon rainforest and tropical areas of Central and South America ,Africa and the Caribbean. It yields dark green color, leathery leaves that lie close to the soil. It also has tall spikes lined with small white flowers. It is sometimes called garlic weed, because the plant, and especially the roots, have a strong garlic smell. It is called by some scientific names like P. foetida, P. graveolens, P. hexandria, P. corrientina, P. paraguayensis, Mapa graveolens. In Brazilian herbal medicine, it is considered as diuretic, antispasmodic, menstrual promoter, sweat promoter, and stimulant.Health practitioners use it for arthritis, malaria, edema, edema, poor memory, rheumatism. They also use it as a topical analgesic and anti-inflammatory for skin conditions. The research published on this plant reveals that it has a broad range of therapeutic properties, including anti-leukemic, anti-tumorous, and anti-cancer activities against various types of cancer cells.It was found out that water extracts and ethanol extracts of Anamu plant retard the growth of the leukemia cells and several other strains of cancerous tumor cells in an in vitro study by Italian researchers in 1990. Anamu extracts were resistant to a number of bacterial and fungal strains. Two of the phytochemical compounds in the anamu plant dibenzyl trisulphate and astilbin are believed to destroy cancer cells while leaving healthy cells unharmed. Taditional use of anamu as a treatment for cold and flu symptoms Its extracts can even relieve pain and inflammation when applied to the skin. Natural choice for people suffering from arthritis and rheumatism One study showed that blood sugar dropped by as much as 60%.
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