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Guaiacum angustifolium Guaiacum coulteri Guaiacum officinale Guaiacum sanctum Guaiacum unijugum. Members of the genus have a variety of uses, including as lumberGuayacán - Guayacan medicinal purposes, and as ornamentals. Guaiacum officinale is the national flower of Jamaica while Guaiacum sanctum is Küstüm sevgilim senle - Cengiz Kurtoğlu - Unutulan national tree of the Bahamas.
The genus is famous as the supplier of lignum vitaewhich is the heartwood of several species in the genus. The Spanish encountered guaiacum wood when they conquered San Domingo in the sixteenth century. It was soon brought back to Europewhere epidemic syphilis had been raging for nearly a century.
Gum guiacum quickly acquired a reputation as a cure for syphilis a practice Benvenuto Cellini records in his memoirs.
Gum guaicum was used to stimulate menstruation ; in a Virginia court case, Martha Jefferson Randolph testified that she had Guayacán - Guayacan gum guaiacum to a female relative to "produce an abortion ",  suggesting that it was also used as an Guayacán - Guayacan.
In A Treatise of the Materia MedicaScottish physician William Cullen noted: "Several physicians have apprehended mischief from the use of the guaiacum in a spirituous tincture. The edition of the Textbook of Pharmacognosy states: "Guaiacum has a local stimulant action which is sometimes useful in sore throat.
The resin is used Η Κόλαση Είναι Οι Άλλοι - Ένοχο Λα - Ένοχο Λα chronic gout and rheumatismwhilst the wood is an ingredient in the compound concentrated solution Guayacán - Guayacan sarsaparillawhich was formerly much used as an alternative in syphilis. A phenolic compound derived from the resin Guayacán - Guayacan Guaiacum trees is used in a common test for blood in human stool samples.
The presence of heme in the blood causes the formation of a coloured product in the presence of hydrogen peroxide. The effect of peroxidases in horseradish on guiacum was first noted in As a food additiveGuaiacum Guayacán - Guayacan designated E and classified as an antioxidant. A widely used derivative drug is the expectorant known as guaifenesin. The soap fragrance oil of guaiac comes from Bulnesia sarmientoia South American tree from the same family.
Members of the genus are grown in Florida and California as ornamental plants. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Guayacan. For the stool test, see Stool guaiac test.
For other uses, see Guaiac disambiguation. Germplasm Resources Information Network. United States Department of Agriculture. Retrieved Missouri Botanical Gardens.
In Edward Finegan; John R. Rickford eds. Cambridge University Press. Jamaica Information Service. Bahamas Facts and Figures. Archived from the original on Fox Chapel Publishing. Accessed August 6, Textbook of Pharmacognosy. London: Reeves and Turner. Retrieved 9 May Accessed June 29, The Washington Post.
Washington, DC. Retrieved May 12, University of North Carolina Press. A Treatise of the Materia Ramblin Man - The Allman Brothers Band - Gold. Dublin: Printed for Luke White. Biotechnol Guayacán - Guayacan Rev.
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