- 1 Alpmbr
- 2 benefits Alpmbr 2.1 content Alpmbr of nutrients 2.2 Studies on the benefits of Alpmbr
- 2.1 content Alpmbr of nutrients
- 2.2 Studies on the benefits of Alpmbr
- 3 uses Alpmbr
- 4 References
Sbstan clingy, or sewn, or Alpmbr, or Alhambo, or Abu Rawan, or Gao, or BD gauge; (Scientific name: Cordia myxa); A name known for the type of plant which follows the genus Sbstan (in English: Cordia) of the platoon Alhmahmah (in English: Boraginaceae family).  It is a common tree in some Asian and African regions, and is a tree Alpmbr, and their leaves, and its fruit one uses the task in many different communities, also known as fruit medical Basthaddamadtha,  it is worth mentioning that there are more than 300 varieties of this plant, and is Alpmbr tree leaves from deciduous trees, as they are medium-sized; Ie up to about 10.5 kilometers, begins its flowering season during the last week of the month of April and lasts until the end of May, while continuing fruiting season from the beginning of July until the end of August. 
Content Alpmbr of nutrients
Showed laboratory study published in the Journal of Herbs magazine, Spices & Medicinal Plants in 2019, said the FAO site and Agriculture of the United Nations on the extracts of the content of fruit pulp Alpmbr mature green of food, minerals, plant material secondary (in English: Phytochemicals), and antioxidants , has been found to be rich in protein, and low in fat, but for metals, it consists mainly of nitrogen, potassium, calcium, and contains a large amount of polyphenols and flavonoids, and therefore has a strong influence anti-oxidant, and the presence of trace amounts where antihistamines nutrition, such as : phytic acid, tannins (in English: tannins) makes it suitable fruit for human consumption.  
Studies on the benefits of Alpmbr
The following points illustrate the potential benefits of Bamber which still need further studies to prove, and among them the following:
- It showed a preliminary study was conducted on mice and published in the Journal of Nutrition in 2001 that this fruit reduce the level of inflammation such as; Colitis (in English: Colitis) can this effect is due to the antioxidant activity in it, and to restore the levels of trace elements (in English: Trace elements) natural level, such as; Zinc, Sulailinom, manganese, copper, iron, inflammation of the affected colon, liver, and plasma, as this inflammation causes low levels. 
- A study published in the Journal Jundishapur Journal of Microbiology in 2015 and explained that Alpmbr contributes to the fight against parasites and mitigation of leishmaniasis or Leishmania disease (in English: Leishmaniasis); It is a parasitic disease that is a major health problem in some countries such as Iran, the study showed that this effect is due to the presence of properties in Alpmbr extracts reduce the growth of types of parasites that cause the disease, such as it contains phenolic compounds and flavonoids, a small percentage of different metals; Calcellenium, copper, zinc, and others. 
- It explained a preliminary study was conducted on mice and published in the Journal of Life Science Journal in 2011 to extract the consumption of fruit Alpmbr reduces the risk of stomach ulcers and for its antioxidant properties and its role in increasing the production of Amoosan (in English: Mucin); A protein component of digestive juice, and protects the stomach wall of HCl acid, was also noted that with the consumption of the drug ranitidine, a stomach ulcer drugs associated with the mitigation of these ulcers. 
The fruit Alpmbr oval-shaped, with a diameter and endowed about 35 mm, and this fruit has many uses; Where it can be dealt with fresh or cooked, and has a ripe fruit taste sweet, and texture sticky, it can mix the fruit with honey to prepare candy, or to sweeten porridge, while the fruit is ripe, it is used Kkhaddar, it is worth mentioning that the taste of fresh seeds almost like tree nuts, it is also rich in their content of fat; Khamad palmitic, stearic acid, etc. As for the flowers, they are used as vegetables, and cook the leaves and small shoots. 
- ↑ "Cordia myxa L.", www.theplantlist.org, 23-3-2012، Retrieved 5-3-2020. Edited.
- ↑ Kader, A. A., & Yahia, E. M (2011), "7 - Assyrian plum (Cordia myxa L.)"، www.sciencedirect.com, Retrieved 19-3-2020. Edited.
- ↑ Enas AbdEl-Aleem, Fatma El-Zahraa Seddik, Mamdouh Samy and others (2017), "Botanical studies of the leaf of Cordia myxa L.", The journal of pharmacognosy and phytochemistry , Issue 6, Folder 6, Page 2086-2091. Edited.
- ↑ Hosakatte Murthy, Kodanthottu Joseph, Akshata Gaonkar And Others (2019), "Evaluation of Chemical Composition and Antioxidant Activity of Cordia myxa Fruit Pulp", Journal of Herbs, Spices & Medicinal Plants , Issue 3, Folder 25, Page 192-201. Edited.
- ↑ Hosakatte Murthy, Kodanthottu Joseph, Akshata Gaonkar And Others (2019), "Evaluation of Chemical Composition and Antioxidant Activity of Cordia myxa Fruit Pulp", journal of herbs, species, medicinal, plants, Issue 3, Folder 25, Page 192-201. Edited.
- ↑ Farida Al-Awadi,T.S Srikumar, J.T Anim and others (5-2001), "Antiinflammatory effects of Cordia myxa fruit on experimentally induced colitis in rats", Nitrition , Issue 5, Folder 17, Page 391-396. Edited.
- ↑ Jasem Saki, Shahram Khademvatan, and Pedram Nazari (3-2015), "In Vitro Activity of Cordia myxa Mucilage Extract Against Leishmania major and L. infantum Promastigotes", Jundishapur Journal of Microbiology, Issue 3, Folder 8, Page 19640. Edited.
- ↑ Inas Abdallah, Hala Khattaba and Gehan Heeba (2011), "Gastroprotective Effect of Cordia Myxa L. Fruit Extract against Indomethacin-Induced Gastric Ulceration in Rats ", Life Science Journal, Issue 3, Folder 8, Page 433-445. Edited.
- ↑ "Cordia myxa", www.tropical.theferns.info, 13-6-2019، Retrieved 5-3-2020. Edited.
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