A rising resort to herbal therapies in Crohn's disease (CD) alternative treatments has been recently observed due to their remarkable natural efficiency. In this context, the weed plant Ambrosia maritima L., traditionally known as Hachich el Aouinet in Algeria and as Damsissa in Egypt and Sudan, is widely used in North African folk medicine to treat infections, inflammatory diseases, gastrointestinal and urinary tract disturbances, rheumatic pain, respiratory problems, diabetes, hypertension and cancer.

Low concentrations of Ambrosia maritima L. phenolic extract protect endothelial cells from oxidative cell death induced by H2O2 and sera from Crohn's disease patients / Ramli, Iman; Posadino, Anna Maria; Zerizer, Sakina; Spissu, Ylenia; Barberis, Antonio; Djeghim, Hanane; Azara, Emanuela; Bensouici, Chawki; Kabouche, Zahia; Rebbas, Khellaf; D'Hallewin, Guy; Sechi, Leonardo Antonio; Pintus, Gianfranco. - 300:(2023), p. 115722. [10.1016/j.jep.2022.115722]

Low concentrations of Ambrosia maritima L. phenolic extract protect endothelial cells from oxidative cell death induced by H2O2 and sera from Crohn's disease patients

Posadino, Anna Maria;Spissu, Ylenia;D'hallewin, Guy;Sechi, Leonardo Antonio;Pintus, Gianfranco
2023

Abstract

A rising resort to herbal therapies in Crohn's disease (CD) alternative treatments has been recently observed due to their remarkable natural efficiency. In this context, the weed plant Ambrosia maritima L., traditionally known as Hachich el Aouinet in Algeria and as Damsissa in Egypt and Sudan, is widely used in North African folk medicine to treat infections, inflammatory diseases, gastrointestinal and urinary tract disturbances, rheumatic pain, respiratory problems, diabetes, hypertension and cancer.
Low concentrations of Ambrosia maritima L. phenolic extract protect endothelial cells from oxidative cell death induced by H2O2 and sera from Crohn's disease patients / Ramli, Iman; Posadino, Anna Maria; Zerizer, Sakina; Spissu, Ylenia; Barberis, Antonio; Djeghim, Hanane; Azara, Emanuela; Bensouici, Chawki; Kabouche, Zahia; Rebbas, Khellaf; D'Hallewin, Guy; Sechi, Leonardo Antonio; Pintus, Gianfranco. - 300:(2023), p. 115722. [10.1016/j.jep.2022.115722]
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