Nicotiana Glauca

گیاگانی ، گیاه آنغوزه

 : Overview 

 Other Names

 

- Blåtobak;

- Blaugrüner Tabak;

- Gandul;

- Glaucous Leaf Tobacco;

- Tabaco Moro;

- Tabaco Moruno;

- Tabaco Negro;

- Tobacco Bush;

- Wild Tobacco;

- Wildetabak.

 

 Overview Information

Tree Tobacco is a shrub that grows to be about 5 meters high. It was originally found in Argentina, but now grows worldwide. The leaves of Tree Tobacco contain a chemical called anabasine. This chemical makes Tree Tobacco leaves poisonous when taken by mouth.

People apply Tree Tobacco to the skin for boils, fever, headache, pain, sore throat, and wounds. It has also been used as an insect repellant.

 

 How Does It Work?

The leaves of Tree Tobacco contain a chemical called anabasine. Anabasine acts like a stimulant when taken at low doses and like a depressant when taken at high doses. This chemical also makes Tree Tobacco leaves poisonous when taken by mouth. Tree Tobacco also seems to repel insects.

 : Uses & Effectiveness 

 Insufficient Evidence for:

 

© Boils

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© Fever

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© Headache

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© Pain

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© Sore Throat

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© Wounds

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© Insect Repellant

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© Other Conditions

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More evidence is needed to rate Tree Tobacco for these uses.

 : Side Effects & Safety 

Tree Tobacco is LIKELY UNSAFE when taken by mouth. Tree Tobacco contains a chemical called anabasine. This chemical is poisonous. Poisoning might cause the heart to stop beating, brain damage, severe muscle weakness and spasms, severe vomiting, breathing problems, seizures, high blood pressure, and death.

There isn't enough reliable information available about Tree Tobacco to know if it is safe to apply to the skin.

 

 Special Precautions & Warnings:

 

© Pregnancy and Breast-Feeding

Tree Tobacco is LIKELY UNSAFE when taken by mouth. Tree Tobacco contains the poisonous chemical called anabasine. Anabasine can be harmful to the mother. It may also cause birth defects.

 

 Interactions

We currently have no information for Tree Tobacco Interactions.

 

 Dosing

The appropriate dose of Tree Tobacco depends on several factors such as the user's age, health, and several other conditions. At this time there is not enough scientific information to determine an appropriate range of doses for Tree Tobacco (in children/in adults). Keep in mind that natural products are not always necessarily safe and dosages can be important. Be sure to follow relevant directions on product labels and consult your pharmacist or physician or other healthcare professional before using

(“Tree Tobacco”; WebMD).

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 : Habitat and Distribution 

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 :  Abbreviation 

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 :  References 

1 - Giagani herbal research group

Giagani ،  Herbal Research Group

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