Carvacryl acetate is a derivative of carvacrol. Carvacrol is a phenol, as in oregano, sage, cumin, savory, and thyme.
Links to Plants Containing Carvacryl Acetate
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Carvacryl acetate has an anxiolytic effect. From: Pires, L. F., Costa, L. M., Silva, O. A., de Almeida, A. A. C., Cerqueira, G. S., de Sousa, D. P., & de Freitas, R. M. (2013). Anxiolytic-like effects of carvacryl acetate, a derivative of carvacrol, in mice. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, 112, 42-48. Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pbb.2013.09.001
Blood flukes of the genus Schistosoma cause human schistosomiasis, and carvacryl acetate showed anthelmintic activities against this parasite. From: de Moraes, J., Carvalho, A. A. L., Nakano, E., de Almeida, A. A. C., da Costa Marques, T. H., Andrade, L. N., … & de Sousa, D. P. (2013). Anthelmintic activity of carvacryl acetate against Schistosoma mansoni. Parasitology research, 112(2), 603-610.
Carvacryl acetate exhibited anti-inflammatory activity in mice. From: Damasceno, S. R., Oliveira, F. R. A., Carvalho, N. S., Brito, C. F., Silva, I. S., Sousa, F. B. M., … & Medeiros, J. V. R. (2014). Carvacryl acetate, a derivative of carvacrol, reduces nociceptive and inflammatory response in mice. Life sciences, 94(1), 58-66.