Cannabis and anti-fungal
Browse the latest research linking medical marijuana / medicinal cannabis and anti-fungal.
Click on a study title below to open a new tab with full article, or click on a compound to see it's full list of research.
Compounds Topics Title Date
Pinene,Terpineol,Linalool anti-fungal in vitro Antifungal activity of the components of Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil. 2003
All tea tree oil components, except beta-myrcene, had antifungal activity. The lack of activity reported for some components by microdilution may be due to these components becoming absorbed into the polystyrene of the microtitre tray.
Nerolidol,Eugenol anti-fungal in pigs Antifungal effect of eugenol and nerolidol against Microsporum gypseum in a guinea pig model. Jan 2007
Ingestion Method: 0.5-2% topical
Taken together, these results suggest that eugenol and nerolidol could apply supplementary antifungal agents.
Ocimene anti-fungal in vitro Biological Activities and Composition of Ferulago carduchorum Essential Oil. July 2014
Ingestion Method: essential oil of F. carduchorum
The essential oil of F. carduchorum collected from west of Iran had anti-Candida, larvicidal and cytotoxicity effects and should be further investigated in others in vitro and in vivo experimental models.
Ocimene,Phellandrene anti-fungal in vitro via experiment Chemical composition and antifungal activity of essential oils from Senecio nutans, Senecio viridis, Tagetes terniflora and Aloysia gratissima against toxigenic Aspergillus and Fusarium species. Nov 2018
The oils showed moderate antifungal activity (1.2 mg/mL > MIC >0.6 mg/mL) on the Fusarium species and a weak effect on Aspergillus species. The antifungal activity was associated on F. verticillioides to the high content of cis-tagetone, trans-tagetone, cis-beta--ocimene, cis-ocimenone, trans-ocimenone and on F. graminearum due to the total content of oxygenated sesquiterpenes
Geraniol anti-fungal in vitro Geraniol interferes with membrane functions in strains ofCandida andSaccharomyces Jun 1988
Biophysical studies using differential scanning calorimetry, fluorescence polarization and osmotic swelling of phospholipid vesicles demonstrated that geraniol decreased the phase-transition temperature of dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine vesicles, affected fluidity throughout the bilayer, particularly the central portion of the bilayers, and caused an increase in bilayer permeability to erythritol. Geraniol may have potential use as an antifungal agent.