||Juliana adstringens Schld.
||Used as an astringent and for fertility enhancement (Kay 1996). Commercial website states in traditional Aztec use it promotes "normal and regular stomach function, stimulates the appetite," (Botanic Art-Mexican Herb Tea; http://www.botanic-art.com/tea.htm, accessed 4/27/04).
|Formulations used by Informants
||Commercially prepared cold infusion (Quinona).
||Cholesta-7, 22-diene derivatives, damarane derivatives, julianin S (Chapman and Hall/ CRC, Version 13:1; 1982-2005)
|Potential Adverse Effects
||No clinical adverse effects were found.
|Potential Medication Interactions
||No clinical medication interactions were found.