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Brassaiopsis glomerulata

Brassaiopsis glomerulata is a tree growing in Vietnam that appears to have some compounds that may inhibit the aromatase enzyme; there is currently a lack of applied evidence for this plant in living systems.

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There is currently insufficient evidence to support an oral dose of Brassaiopsis glomerulata

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Brassaiopsis glomerulata is a plant that appears to have traditional usage in treating rheumatism and back pain in the elderly. Despite these claims, the first investigations in the plant were to investigate the presence of low molecular weight aromatase inhibitors.

There appear to be a few aromatase inhibitors in this compound with one of them showing a fair bit of potency, but there is currently a lack of evidence to support the usage of this plant orally for the purpose of aromatase inhibition.

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