Quassia, Picrasma excelsa, is a member of the Simaroubacea family. It is indigenous to the Caribbean. Quassia bark is used in medicinal formulas. Quassia leaves have also been used occasionally. Quassia contains quassinoids, beta-caboline alkaloids, quassin, quassimarin, canthin-6-one, and smaller amounts of courmain scopoletin. These constituents possess unique pharmacological activities. Quassia has been sued for indigestion, loss of appetite, constipation, and menstrual complaints.
Products containing Quassia
DigestActiv With Essential Enzymes 120 Capsules
Paraphyte Intestinal Detoxifier 60 Tablets
30 - 60 Servings