Dalairo/Anaxagorea Luzonensis?

  1. Dalairo/Anaxagorea Luzonensis?


    Any information about this herb would be greatly appreciated. Has anyone ever used/taken this before?


  2. Quote Originally Posted by Z28Luver7777 View Post
    Any information about this herb would be greatly appreciated. Has anyone ever used/taken this before?
    here is a basic break down

    Dalairo Benefits:
    * Improves sexual function and focus
    * Sensitizes penile nerves
    * Easier and prolonged erection
    * Increased ejaculation
    * Increased erection frequencies
    * Increases erection length
    * Helps with impotance issues
    * Strengthens prostrate Function
    * Anti-inflammatory



    I also found a study on pub med if you'd like to read it as well
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  3. here are the studies

    Studies on the constituents of Anaxagorea luzonensis A. GRAY.Gonda R, Takeda T, Akiyama T.
    Kyoritsu College of Pharmacy, Tokyo, Japan.

    Abstract

    Five new xanthones, 1,3,6-trihydroxy-5-methoxy-4-prenylxanthone (1), 1,3,5-trihydroxy-6-methoxy-2-prenylxanthone (2), 1,3,5-trihydroxy-4-(3-hydroxy-3-methylbutyl) xanthone (3), 1,3,6-trihydroxy-4-prenylxanthone (4), 3,6-dihydroxy-1,5-dimethoxyxanthone (5) and one new flavonoid, 3,5,7,4'-tetrahydroxy-2'-methoxyflavone (6) along with seven known xanthones and seven known flavonoids were isolated from the bark of Anaxagorea luzonensis A. GRAY and their chemical structures were determined by means of chemical and spectral studies. Almost all flavonoids and one xanthone (13) showed antioxidant activity.




    Planta Med. 1998 Aug;64(6):511-5.
    Prenylflavonoids: a new class of non-steroidal phytoestrogen (Part 1). Isolation of 8-isopentenylnaringenin and an initial study on its structure-activity relationship

    .Kitaoka M, Kadokawa H, Sugano M, Ichikawa K, Taki M, Takaishi S, Iijima Y, Tsutsumi S, Boriboon M, Akiyama T.

    Exploratory Chemistry Research Laboratories, Sankyo Co., Ltd., Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan.

    Abstract

    Bioassay-guided fractionation of a methanolic extract of a Thai crude drug, derived from heartwood of Anaxagorea luzonensis A. Gray (Annonaceae), resulted in the isolation of 8-isopentenylnaringenin (1) as an estrogen agonist with a activity of about an order of magnitude greater than genistein. Various flavonoids possessing isopentenyl side chains in the A-ring have been prepared and evaluated for their ability to bind estrogen receptor. In addition, enantiomers of 1 were separated and the respective enantiomers were assayed. These studies have demonstrated that the presence of an 8-isopentenyl group is an important factor for binding. Flavones, flavanones and flavonols having an isopentenyl substituent at C-8 exhibited an appreciable affinity for estrogen receptor. Conversely, isoflavones possessing an 8-isopentenyl substituent at C-8 did not show this activity. Movement of the isopentenyl group from position 8 to 6 resulted in loss of the activity. No significant difference was observed between 2(S)- and 2(R)-enantiomers of 1 in their binding affinity. Prenylflavonoids are reported to possess a wide range of biological activities; however, estrogenic activity has not been described.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by mich29 View Post
    here are the studies

    Studies on the constituents of Anaxagorea luzonensis A. GRAY.Gonda R, Takeda T, Akiyama T.
    Kyoritsu College of Pharmacy, Tokyo, Japan.

    Abstract

    Five new xanthones, 1,3,6-trihydroxy-5-methoxy-4-prenylxanthone (1), 1,3,5-trihydroxy-6-methoxy-2-prenylxanthone (2), 1,3,5-trihydroxy-4-(3-hydroxy-3-methylbutyl) xanthone (3), 1,3,6-trihydroxy-4-prenylxanthone (4), 3,6-dihydroxy-1,5-dimethoxyxanthone (5) and one new flavonoid, 3,5,7,4'-tetrahydroxy-2'-methoxyflavone (6) along with seven known xanthones and seven known flavonoids were isolated from the bark of Anaxagorea luzonensis A. GRAY and their chemical structures were determined by means of chemical and spectral studies. Almost all flavonoids and one xanthone (13) showed antioxidant activity.




    Planta Med. 1998 Aug;64(6):511-5.
    Prenylflavonoids: a new class of non-steroidal phytoestrogen (Part 1). Isolation of 8-isopentenylnaringenin and an initial study on its structure-activity relationship

    .Kitaoka M, Kadokawa H, Sugano M, Ichikawa K, Taki M, Takaishi S, Iijima Y, Tsutsumi S, Boriboon M, Akiyama T.

    Exploratory Chemistry Research Laboratories, Sankyo Co., Ltd., Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan.

    Abstract

    Bioassay-guided fractionation of a methanolic extract of a Thai crude drug, derived from heartwood of Anaxagorea luzonensis A. Gray (Annonaceae), resulted in the isolation of 8-isopentenylnaringenin (1) as an estrogen agonist with a activity of about an order of magnitude greater than genistein. Various flavonoids possessing isopentenyl side chains in the A-ring have been prepared and evaluated for their ability to bind estrogen receptor. In addition, enantiomers of 1 were separated and the respective enantiomers were assayed. These studies have demonstrated that the presence of an 8-isopentenyl group is an important factor for binding. Flavones, flavanones and flavonols having an isopentenyl substituent at C-8 exhibited an appreciable affinity for estrogen receptor. Conversely, isoflavones possessing an 8-isopentenyl substituent at C-8 did not show this activity. Movement of the isopentenyl group from position 8 to 6 resulted in loss of the activity. No significant difference was observed between 2(S)- and 2(R)-enantiomers of 1 in their binding affinity. Prenylflavonoids are reported to possess a wide range of biological activities; however, estrogenic activity has not been described.
    Awesome Thank You

  5. I was worried about the estrogenic effect
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  6. Interesting
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