||Species of Cordia have been studied in animals for antiinflammatory properties, and in vitro for antiviral and antifungal activities (Sertie et al 1990, Hayahi et al 1990, Ioset et al 2000).
|Formulations used by Informants
||Commercially prepared hot infusion (13 Flores).
||Alliodorol, alliquinol, cadinene, cordallinol, cordiachrome, cordialin, cordiaquinone, cordial, epoxydamarane, dammarane, oleanolic acid, eleagin, ursolic acid, lupeol (derivatives of all compounds) (Chapman and Hall/ CRC, Version 13:1; 1982-2005)
|Potential Adverse Effects
||There are unconfirmed reports that the fruit may cause dizziness and intoxication in humans.
|Potential Medication Interactions
||No clinical medication interactions were found.