Clavillia Purchase & Information
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Why Do People Use Clavillia?
The preparations of Mirabilis multiflora (Clavillia), like clavillia powder, are typically used:
• As a snuff for the treatment of headache
• As a decoction for washing wounds and treating skin issues such as leprosy
• Clavillia powder is also used as an antiviral treatment for infections like herpes, influenza, infections of the upper respiratory tract and hepatitis. Moreover, it is commonly used as an anti-fungal agent for infections of yeast and candida
Is It Safe To Use?
The seeds of clavillia plant contain neurotoxic chemicals. Therefore, these seeds should not be ingested. Abortive action are reported due to elements found in clavillia plant. Mirabilis multiflora has been reported with nominal stimulant effects on the uterine system. Therefore, its usage should be avoided during pregnancy.
How Effective Is Clavillia?
To rate the effectiveness of clavillia powder, there is lack of authentic information available.
How Clavillia Works?
There are a number of chemical in Mirabilis multiflora. Name of these chemicals are alpha-amyrins, alanine, beta amyrins, arabinose, betanin, betalamic acid, beta-sitosterols, brassicasterol, campesterol, 2-carbosyarabinitol, d-glucan, daucosterol, dopamine, isobetanin, indicaxanthin, methylabronisoflavone, 6-methoxyboeravinone C, mirabilis antiviral proteins, n-dotriacontane, miraxanthins, n-heptacosane, n-hentriacontane, n-nonacosane, n-hexacosane, n-pentacosane, n-octacosane, n-tetracosane, vulgaxanthin I, n-pentatriacontane, n-triacontane, n-tetratriacontane, n-tritriacontane, n-tricosane, stigmasterol, mirabilis peptides, oleanolic acid, trigonelline, tartaric acid, ursolic acid and tryptophan.
What Are The Side Effects /Adverse Reactions of Clavillia?
The highest MAPs concentration are present parts of clavillia plant like its leaves, seeds and root. However, the seeds of clavillia are important source of the peptide chemicals having similar actions to the neurotoxic peptides present in spider venom. There are same categorization of peptides as other plant-derived toxic peptide ricin.
How Clavillia Interacts With Other Herbs and Supplements?
There is no known interaction between clavillia powder and different supplements & herbs.
How Clavillia Interacts With Drugs?
There is no known interaction between Mirabilis multiflora with other drugs.
How Clavillia Interacts With Foods?
There is no known interaction between clavillia powder with various food items.
How Clavillia Interacts With Lab Tests?
There is no known interaction between clavillia and different lab tests.
How Clavillia Interacts With Diseases and Conditions?
There is no known interaction between Mirabilis multiflora with different diseases or conditions.
What Should Be the Dose/Administration of Clavillia?
For candida and viruses typical dosage of clavillia is ½ cup of standard root infusion or 1-2 mL in tincture form with ratio of 4:1 should take two time every day. In form of tablets and capsules 1 gram of powdered root should be taken two time every day.
General Certificate of Analysis (COA)
Specification sheet is a copy of COA less the batch or lot number. Specification sheet presented or this product can be out dated and should only be considered as a guide to common information. Please contact and request an up to date COA if needed before placing order by filling out the contact form with product name and SKU number. If ordering quantities of twenty five kilos or more contact for availability.