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PINE
Castilian: Larch.

English: Pine larchclarch.

Native habitat: Central Europe, especially of large areas of forest in the Alps.

Part used: The bark Interior.

Common uses: Used for colds in the airways and throat, asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis. Diuretic, prevents Arenillas and calculations in the urinary tract.

External use: Vapors, bathrooms and friction, recommended for rheumatism and asthma. As a lever for friction is applied in sciatica, stiff neck, low back pain, swollen joints.

The active oil is composed of Volatile (alpha - pinene, delta3 - carene, beta - pinene, beta - pyrones) and resins that contain acids of oleoresin, laricinolic acid, alpha - and the acid beta - laricinolic.

Forms are available as preparations for the semi - liquid and oral use, and when ointments, gels, emulsions and oils for topical use. An active ingredient in the larch is the arabinogalactan, is sold as Ara - 6.

The usual dose Arabinogalactans: taking 400 mg a day with vitamin C.

Evidences for the anti - cancer activity in mouse studies, arabinogalactan intervened with metastatic liver tumor.

Beuth mentions J; Korea HL; Schirrmacher V; Uhlenbruck G; Pulverer G. The inhibition of the colonization of the cell tumor of the liver in two animal models of tumor by blocking lectin with D - galactose or arabinogalactan. Clin Exp metastases. 1988. 6 (2) 115 - 20.

Fr. Larch Arabinogalactan. 1998. The diary of Naturopathic Medicine. 6 (1)

Diamond WJ and Cowden WL. An Alternative Medicine Definitive Guide to Cancer.

Tiburon, CA: Future Medicine Publishing, Inc. 1997.

Barely. M. A Modern Herbal. Vol. II. New York: Dover 1971.

Hagman B; Ryd W; Skomedal H. The blockade of Arabinogalactan of experimental liver metastasis by the murine hepatoma. Metastasis of invasion. 1991. 11 (6) 348 - 55.

Kelly G. Larch Arabinogalactan: the clinical applicability of a novel polysaccharide that immune - rise. Revolution altered Med. 1999. 4 (2) 96 - 103.


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