DUBČAC Teucrium chamaedrys (Lamiaceae)

DUBČAC Teucrium chamaedrys (Lamiaceae)

Teucrium chamaedrys (Lamiaceae)  Common name: Wall Germander

How used: Medicinal

Activities: 260 Chemicals w/Activities: 20 Chemicals: 44

Activity: Antioxidant, Antiinflammatory, Antiviral, Hepatoprotective, Pesticide, Antibacterial, Cancer-Preventive, Antihepatotoxic, Antitumor, Antimutagenic, Lipoxygenase-Inhibitor, Antiulcer, Antiradicular, Antiedemic, Analgesic, Ornithine-Decarboxylase-Inhibitor, Antinociceptive, Antitumor-Promoter, AntiHIV, Diuretic, Antiophidic, Anticancer, Antihistaminic, Hypoglycemic, Cyclooxygenase-Inhibitor, Antifeedant, Choleretic, Antiperoxidant, Antidiabetic, Chemopreventive, Antileukemic, Sweetener, Insectifuge, Anticarcinogenic, Hypotensive, Xanthine-Oxidase-Inhibitor, Aldose-Reductase-Inhibitor, Anticariogenic, Antileukotriene, Sedative, Antiprostaglandin, Artemicide, Antihemolytic, Immunostimulant, (-)-Chronotropic, CNS-Active, Antiescherichic, Antidysenteric, Fungicide, Antialzheimeran, Cardioprotective, Antispasmodic, Expectorant, Antihyperthyroid, Candidicide, Antitumor (Lung), Antitumor (Breast), Antinephritic, Antithromboxane, Histamine-Inhibitor, Glucosyl-Transferase-Inhibitor, AntiEBV, Antilipolytic, MAO-Inhibitor, Carcinogenic, Antiketotic, Cytotoxic, Antitumor (Skin), Antiherpetic, Psychotropic, Antitumor (Colon), Collagen-Sparing, Hypocholesterolemic, Clastogenic, Antiarthritic, Antisunburn, Antielastase, Chelator, Antiseptic, Antidiarrheic, …



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