Eugenol is being viewed as an effective therapeutic tool, which can be incorporated in various food products and herbal medicines to contend considerable metabolic disorders.
[USPRwire, Wed Oct 02 2019] Eugenol is being viewed as an effective therapeutic tool, which can be incorporated in various food products and herbal medicines to contend considerable metabolic disorders. On account of its significant antimicrobial properties, eugenol seeks application in inhibiting growth of the microbial populations in several food products.
Eugenol to Seek Significant Adoption as Potential Chemotherapeutic Agent
Predominantly sought in spices including basil, cinnamon, clove and nutmeg, eugenol comprises potent anti-stress and neuro-protective properties. In light of these properties, eugenol hold potential of inhibiting transmission in sciatic nerves, and improving neuronal complications. In addition, novel strategies implemented in cancer prevention have initiated utilization of eugenol as one of the potential chemotherapeutic agent. Synergistic effect of eugenol combined with chemo-preventive drugs significantly help in reducing drug toxicity in normal cells, meanwhile augmenting cytotoxicity of synthetic agents. Inhibitory action of eugenol & iso-eugenol have been suggested against melanoma cell lines, as it induces apoptosis and leads to cell cycle arrest, thereby curtailing cell proliferation in cancer patients.
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Among various strategies employed for combating diabetes, diet remains radical in keeping blood-sugar level balanced. Researchers have inclined their preference toward diet-based regime for treating various metabolic disorders. Hyper-glycosylation of bioactive molecules have been associated with metabolic pathways and elimination of pathologies. Eugenol is considered to be a key bioactive molecule, which is present is spices and has anti-diabetic potential. This has further resulted into robust adoption of eugenol and its derivatives in diet plans of diabetic patients, whose number is witnessing a significant surge worldwide.
According to Fact.MR’s recent research report, the global market for eugenol is projected to reflect an impressive 6.0% CAGR, in terms of value, over the forecast period, 2017 to 2026. More than 37,000 tons of eugenol are anticipated to be sold across the globe by 2026-end.
|Region||Source Type||End Use||Application|
|North America||Cloves||Food Industry||Base Ingredient|
|Latin America||Cinnamon||Pharmaceutical Industry||Stabilizers & Antioxidants|
|Europe||Nutmeg||Personal Care||Antiseptic & Anesthetic|
|Japan||Basil||Other End Use Industry||Perfumeries, Flavorings, Essential Oils|
|APEJ||Other Source Types||Other Applications|