Cardiovascular Activity of the Chemical Constituents of Essential Oils
AbstractCardiovascular diseases are a leading cause of death in developed and developing countries and decrease the quality of life, which has enormous social and economic consequences for the population. Recent studies on essential oils have attracted attention and encouraged continued research of this group of natural products because of their effects on the cardiovascular system. The pharmacological data indicate a therapeutic potential for essential oils for use in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases. Therefore, this review reports the current studies of essential oils chemical constituents with cardiovascular activity, including a description of their mechanisms of action. View Full-Text
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de Andrade, T.U.; Brasil, G.A.; Endringer, D.C.; da Nóbrega, F.R.; de Sousa, D.P. Cardiovascular Activity of the Chemical Constituents of Essential Oils. Molecules 2017, 22, 1539.
de Andrade TU, Brasil GA, Endringer DC, da Nóbrega FR, de Sousa DP. Cardiovascular Activity of the Chemical Constituents of Essential Oils. Molecules. 2017; 22(9):1539.Chicago/Turabian Style
de Andrade, Tadeu U.; Brasil, Girlandia A.; Endringer, Denise C.; da Nóbrega, Flávio R.; de Sousa, Damião P. 2017. "Cardiovascular Activity of the Chemical Constituents of Essential Oils." Molecules 22, no. 9: 1539.
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