Herbal Side effects | Dangers of Areca Palm Nut to Asthma

Dangers of Areca palm nut to Asthma

Dangers of Areca palm nut to Asthma

Danger of areca palm nut to asthma. The results showed that areca palm nut has harmful effects for people with asthma. Areca palm nut seeds can cause a contraction effect on the respiratory tract, associated with the recurrence of asthma attacks. Inhalat two types of alkaloids from areca nut is arekolin (5.2 mg / ml) and metakolin (1.6 mg / ml) can cause airway contraction by 20% in people with asthma.

There are even people with asthma which has decreased the volume of air expenditure about 30%, 150 minutes after chewing Areca palm nut. Areca palm seed has arekolin alkaloid compounds, the active alkaloid compounds, which if used in excess it can endanger health. 2 mg of pure arekolin could cause a strong stimulant effect, so the recommended dosage does not exceed 5 mg for the single-use. The use of Areca palm nut powder should not exceed 4 grams. If more than 8 grams will be fatal. Arekolin is citotoxic (toxic to cells) and strong sistatic. Continue…