2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-05722012000200012
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Uso empírico de plantas medicinais para tratamento de diabetes

Abstract: INTRODUÇÃOUm estudo multicêntrico sobre prevalência de Diabetes mellitus no Brasil apontou índice de 7,6% na população brasileira entre 30-69 anos, atingindo cifras próximas a 20% na população acima dos 70 anos. Cerca de 50% dessas pessoas desconhecem o diagnóstico e 25% da população diabética não fazem nenhum tratamento (Paiva et al., 2006 Palavras-chave: Diabetes mellitus, plantas medicinais, fitoterapia, PSF -HiperdiaABSTRACT: Empirical use of medicinal plants for diabetes treatment. Diabetes is an attract… Show more

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“…Biotechnology has been at the forefront in many sectors, such as in the pharmaceutical industry, with the search for alternatives and sources of new drugs and fragrances of natural origin; in the food industry, in the supply of flavoring and coloring; and in the agricultural sector, in the search for natural fungicides and insecticides. With the evolution of biotechnology, the provision of useful information on the application of active metabolites present in plant species is characterized as a tool that stands out in many areas of scientific and technological knowledge worldwide (Anselmo & Lima, 2014;Santos et al, 2012). Therefore, the use of biotechnology in the cultivation of plant cells can be an alternative for increasing the output of bioactive compounds through the study of plant biosynthetic pathways, which in turn can support studies in gathering relevant data for improving phytochemical production.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Biotechnology has been at the forefront in many sectors, such as in the pharmaceutical industry, with the search for alternatives and sources of new drugs and fragrances of natural origin; in the food industry, in the supply of flavoring and coloring; and in the agricultural sector, in the search for natural fungicides and insecticides. With the evolution of biotechnology, the provision of useful information on the application of active metabolites present in plant species is characterized as a tool that stands out in many areas of scientific and technological knowledge worldwide (Anselmo & Lima, 2014;Santos et al, 2012). Therefore, the use of biotechnology in the cultivation of plant cells can be an alternative for increasing the output of bioactive compounds through the study of plant biosynthetic pathways, which in turn can support studies in gathering relevant data for improving phytochemical production.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A divulgação de informações científicas relacionadas ao uso de plantas medicinais é fundamental para a sociedade, uma vez que o uso dessas é frequente na população, com percentual de uso na população adulta entre 57% a 85% conforme estudos realizados em diferentes regiões do Brasil (LIMA;VIEIRA, 2014;BRITO, 2008;LUCENA, 2015). Além disso, as informações relacionadas ao uso de plantas medicinais são provenientes do conhecimento popular, fornecidas principalmente por familiares, ou seja, transmitidas de geração para geração (DELL' ANTONIO et al, 2015;PEREIRA et al, 2015;ROSA et al, 2014).…”
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“…As plantas medicinais têm sido utilizadas desde os primórdios da civilização pelo ser humano na prevenção e/ou na cura de doenças, sendo este hábito culturalmente difundido de geração para geração (Lopes et al, 2010;Santos et al, 2012;Feijó et al, 2012).…”
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