Alchornea spp.



The Alchornea species, commonly known as Native Holly, has approx. 51 accepted species names. It is widespread in tropical and subtropical regions of Africa, S Asia, Australia, Latin America, and various oceanic islands. Numerous reports of ethnopharmacological uses of species belonging this genus exist mainly in Africa and Brazil, to treat different inflammatory and infectious diseases. The genus Alchornea contains different secondary metabolites and they have been reported as alkaloids, terpenes, steroids, phenolic acid, and saponins.
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