Mullaca (Physalis angulata) @ amazondiscovery.com - Dec 22nd, 2013!

Mullaca Information & Purchase

Also Known As:

Mullaca, Camapu, Bolsa Mullaca, Cape Gooseberry, Wild Tomato, Winter Cherry, Juá-De-Capote, Capulí Cimarrón, Battre-Autour, K'u Chih, 'Urmoa Batoto Bita, Cecendet, Dumadu Harachan, Hog Weed, Nvovo, Polopa, Saca-Buche, Thongtheng, Tino-Tino, Topatop, Wapotok.
CAUTION: See separate listings for Ashwagandha, Sour Cherry, Sweet Cherry, and Wild Cherry.

Scientific Name:

Physalis angulata Synonyms; Physalis capsicifolia, Physalis lanceifolia, Physalis ramosissima. Family: Solanaceae.

People Use This For:

Orally, Mullaca is used for arthritis, gout, and as a diuretic in kidney and bladder conditions. Main actions thins blood, enhances immunity, kills germs, kills viruses, reduces spasms.

Safety:

There is insufficient reliable information available about the safety of mullaca.
Pregnancy and Lactation: Insufficient reliable information available; avoid using.

Effectiveness:

There is insufficient reliable information available about the effectiveness of Mullaca.

Mechanism of Action:

Phytochemical studies on mullaca reveal that it contains many types of biologically active, naturally occurring chemicals including flavonoids, alkaloids, and many different types of plant steroids, some of which have never before been seen in science. Mullaca has been the subject of recent clinical research (which is still ongoing), based on the preliminary studies showing that it is an effective immune stimulant, is toxic to numerous types of cancer and leukemia cells, and that it has antimicrobial properties. The new steroids found in mullaca have received the most attention, and many of the documented anti-cancerous, anti-tumorous and anti-leukemic actions are attributed to these steroids. The main plant chemicals isolated in mullaca thus far include: ayanin, chlorogenic acid, choline, ixocarpanolide, myricetin, phygrine, physagulin A thru G, physalin A thru K, physangulide, sitosterol, vamonolide, withaminimin, withangulatin A, withanolide D, withanolide T, and withaphysanolide.

Adverse Reactions:

Herbal practitioners in both South and North America today rely on mullaca for various bacterial and viral infections as well as a complementary therapy for cancer and leukemia. Although not widely available here in the U.S., it is found as an ingredient in various herbal formulas and in bulk supplies

Interactions with Herbs & Supplements:

None known.

Interactions with Drugs:

None known.

Interactions with Foods:

None known.

Interactions with Lab Tests:

None known.

Interactions with Diseases or Conditions:

None known.

Dosage/Administration:

ORAL: Depending on what it is employed for, generally one-half to one cup of a whole herb infusion 1-3 times daily or 1-2 ml of a 4:1 tincture twice daily is used. Two to 4 grams of powdered whole herb (depending on body weight) in tablets or capsules or stirred into water or juice twice daily can be substituted if desired (since the active sterol chemicals are completely water soluble).

Comments:

None.

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