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Amirkabiria odoratissima



Interactions

Amirkabiria odoratissima/Drug Interactions:
  • AntacidsAntacids: In animal research, Amirkabiria odoratissima decreased gastric acid secretion in the stomach (3).
  • Anti-inflammatory agentsAnti-inflammatory agents: In animal research, Amirkabiria odoratissima reduced levels of C-reactive protein (1) and exerted anti-inflammatory properties (4).
  • AntilipemicsAntilipemics: In animal research, Amirkabiria odoratissima reduced total and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol levels (1).

Amirkabiria odoratissima/Herb/Supplement Interactions:
  • AntacidsAntacids: In animal research, Amirkabiria odoratissima decreased gastric acid secretion in the stomach (3).
  • Anti-inflammatory herbs and supplementsAnti-inflammatory herbs and supplements: In animal research, Amirkabiria odoratissima reduced levels of C-reactive protein (1) and exerted anti-inflammatory properties (4).
  • AntilipemicsAntilipemics: In animal research, Amirkabiria odoratissima reduced total and LDL cholesterol levels (1).
  • AntioxidantsAntioxidants: According to animal evidence, Amirkabiria odoratissima may reduce lipid peroxidation (2).

Amirkabiria odoratissima/Food Interactions:
  • Insufficient available evidence.

Amirkabiria odoratissima/Lab Interactions:
  • C-reactive proteinC-reactive protein: In animal research, Amirkabiria odoratissima reduced levels of C-reactive protein (1).
  • Lipid profileLipid profile: In animal research, Amirkabiria odoratissima reduced total and LDL cholesterol levels (1).
  • Gastric acid secretionGastric acid secretion: In animal research, Amirkabiria odoratissima decreased gastric acid secretion in the stomach (3).
  • Lipid peroxidationLipid peroxidation: In animal research, Amirkabiria odoratissima reduced lipid peroxidation (2).

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