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Guacatonga: Overview of Information & Price Quotee

Alternative Names

Cafeiillo, Café-bravo, Congonhas-de-bugre, Café silvestre, Crack-open, Corta-lengua
Erva de Pontada, Erva-de-bugre
Guayabillo, Guassatonga, Guacatonga
Piraquina, Pau de Lagarto, Papelite
Ucho caspi
Wild coffee

Scientific Name

Scientific name of guacatonga is Casearia sylvestris. Synonyms used for gucatonga are Samyda parviflora, Casearia parviflora, Anavinga samyda and it belongs to Flacourtiaceae.

Why do people use Guacatonga?

The oral preparations of Casearia sylvestris (Guacatonga), like guacatonga powder, are used as an antacid, analgesic (pain-reliever), antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antifungal, gastroprotective (protects the gastric tract), anticancerous, antiulcerous, antitumorous and antivenin.

Is Guacatonga safe to use?

Any type of consumption of guacatonga should be avoided by pregnant women.

How effective is Guacatonga?

There is no information available about the effectiveness of Guacatonga powder.

What is Mechanism of Action of Guacatonga?

Casearia sylvestris contains some components that include essential oils, flavones, tannins, saponins, antocianosídeos and resins. Guacatonga powder is famous because of its depurative, analgesic, febrifuge, cardiotonic, diuretic, diuretic and for healing effects.

Side effects of Guacatonga

No severe side effects have reported due to any type of usage of guacatonga.

How Guacatonga interacts with Supplements & Herbs?

None known.

How Guacatonga Interacts with Drugs?

There is unreliable information available about the interaction between guacatonga and powder different drugs.

How Guacatonga Interacts with Foods?

There is unreliable information available about the interaction between guacatonga powder and different food items.

How Guacatonga Interacts with Lab Tests?

There is unreliable information available about the interaction between Casearia sylvestris and other lab tests.

How Guacatonga Interacts with Diseases or Conditions?

There is unreliable information available about the interaction between guacatonga powder and other lab tests.

What should be the Dosage or Administration of Guacatonga?

Guacatonga should be taken in the form of dried leaves in a dosage of 20 grams and mixed in one liter of water. Quarter-cup of this mixture is orally taken 2 to 3 times every day along with meals as anti-ulcer aid and digestive.

Since most of the chemicals are soluble in water so powdered leaves in form of capsules or tablets should be taken 1 to 2 grams two times in whole day can be substituted if desired. This mixture can also be applied on skin rashes, burns, wounds and as a mouth wash after tooth extractions or dental work.



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