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, Volume 3, Issue 1, pp 169–178 | Cite as

Actieve inhoudsstoffen der Amaryllidaceeënfamilie

  • M. Ieven
  • A. J. Vlietinck
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Toxic and therapeutically active substances of the Amaryllidaceae family

Abstract

Different aspects of the Amaryllidaceae family as medicinal plants are discussed. The botanical and chemical characteristics are presented as well as the use of these herbs as medicinal plants in the past. Subsequently, a review is given of the pharmacological effects of some compounds isolated from the Amaryllidaceae and of some crude extracts of these plants. The conclusion can be drawn that the alkaloids present in all the plants belonging to this family, are responsible for the toxic and for the therapeutically active effects attributed to the Amaryllidaceae.

Samenvatting

Een aantal aspecten van de Amaryllidaceae als familie van geneeskrachtige planten wordt belicht. Enkele botanische en chemische kenmerken worden gegeven, alsook het gebruik van deze planten in de volksgeneeskunde in het verleden. Vervolgens wordt een overzicht gegeven van de farmacologische effecten van enkele componenten geisoleerd uit deze Amaryllidaceae en van enkele ruwe extracten van planten uit deze familie. Als besluit kan worden gezegd dat de alkaloïden aanwezig in deze familie, verantwoordelijk zijn voor de toxische en de eventueel therapeutische activiteit die wordt toegeschreven aan deze familie.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Ieven
    • 1
  • A. J. Vlietinck
    • 1
  1. 1.Departement Farmaceutische WetenschappenUniversitaire Instelling AntwerpenWilrijkBelgië

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