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Pill plants, plant contraceptives

  1. Man has always wanted to influence 'life', fertility. So it is not surprising that there has been a special interest throughout the ages and through the ages in plant extracts that enable "control."

Pomegranate and others

  1. Substances with so-called "sex hormones" were discovered in exotic plants as well as in our own flora. In the seed of the pomegranate, Punica granatum, the oldest symbol of fertility, an estrogenic substance was found that is identical to the pure hormone. Punica seeds are one of the major sources of plant estrogen.

Lithospermum / Pearl seed

  1. Extracts from pearl seed species (Lithospermum) show estrogenic and contraceptive properties. The active ingredient is probably lithospermic acid. Lithospermic acid has antigonadotropic and blood sugar lowering properties. The antithyreotropic effect may be based on a direct antagonistic effect on thyroxine. Lithospermum officinale is used in mild forms of hyperthyroidism (presumably a blockade of the gonadotropin secretion from the anterior pituitary gland). The seeds were used in folk medicine as a labor-promoting agent. In India, Africa and some Native American tribes, women have been drinking lithospermum decoctions for hundreds of years, especially for their fertility-inhibiting properties.

Montanoa tomentosa

  1. But probably the most successful plant-based contraceptive is tea infused from the leaves of the Mexican plant, Montanoa tomentosa. This can affect menstruation as well as childbirth and certainly has an influence on fertility. Recent research has shown the effectiveness of the main ingredient "zoapatanol".

For further study

  1. The zoapatle I - A traditional remedy from Mexico emerges to modern times. Contraception, Volume 27, Issue 3, Pages 211-225 A. Gallegos Carro-Juárez, M., et al. (2004). Aphrodisiac properties of Montanoa tomentosa aqueous crude extract in male rats. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 78 (1) 129-34. Landgren, B. M., et al. (1979). Clinical effects of orally administered extracts of Montanoa tomentosa in early human pregnancy. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 135 (4) 480-Robles-Zepeda, R. E., et al. (2005). Volatile organic compounds of leaves and flowers of Montanoa tomentosa. Flavor and Fragrance Journal 21 (2) 225-27. Pedrón N., et al. (1985). The zoapatle. VII. Anti-implantation effect in the rat of zoapatle aqueous crude extract (ZACE) from Montanoa tomentosa and Montanoa frutescens. Contraception 31 (5) 499-507. PIRI PIRI ROOTS (Cyperus spp.) C. articulatus L., C. chalaranthus Presl .: Ciperaceaes. "Piripiri", "zacoo", "puru piri". Wild and cultivated. Flu, febrifuge, hemostatic and vulnerary. Snake bites; abortifacient. As an astringent, to decoct the rhizomes powdered; Flu, rhizomes decoction; Hemorrhages, rhizomes powder decoction. The people from the jungle attribute magical powers to piri piri, they drink the leaves and flower infusion to awake the love feelings of a desired / loved person. Piripiri: Quichua is used to refer to Cyperus articulatus L. [!and other Cyperus spp.]. Vickers Plowman 1984

  2. The zoapatle I - A traditional remedy from Mexico emerges to modern times. Contraception, Volume 27, Issue 3, Pages 211-225 A. Gallegos Carro-Juárez, M., et al. (2004). Aphrodisiac properties of Montanoa tomentosa aqueous crude extract in male rats. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 78 (1) 129-34. Landgren, B. M., et al. (1979). Clinical effects of orally administered extracts of Montanoa tomentosa in early human pregnancy. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 135 (4) 480-Robles-Zepeda, R. E., et al. (2005). Volatile organic compounds of leaves and flowers of Montanoa tomentosa. Flavor and Fragrance Journal 21 (2) 225-27. Pedrón N., et al. (1985). The zoapatle. VII. Anti-implantation effect in the rat of zoapatle aqueous crude extract (ZACE) from Montanoa tomentosa and Montanoa frutescens. Contraception 31 (5) 499-507. PIRI PIRI ROOTS (Cyperus spp.) C. articulatus L., C. chalaranthus Presl .: Ciperaceaes. "Piripiri", "zacoo", "puru piri". Wild and cultivated. Flu, febrifuge, hemostatic and vulnerary. Snake bites; abortifacient. As an astringent, to decoct the rhizomes powdered; Flu, rhizomes decoction; Hemorrhages, rhizomes powder decoction. The people from the jungle attribute magical powers to piri piri, they drink the leaves and flower infusion to awake the love feelings of a desired / loved person. Piripiri: Quichua is used to refer to Cyperus articulatus L. [!and other Cyperus s



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