|copd in humans via case study (n=1)
|COPD secondary or associated with cannabis dependence
|Negative The purpose of this article is to preset a case of secondary COPD associated to regular cannabis consumption or dependency.
|anti-inflamatory,copd in mice via experiment
|Structurally Related Monoterpenes p-Cymene, Carvacrol and Thymol Isolated from Essential Oil from Leaves of Lippia sidoides Cham. (Verbenaceae) Protect Mice against Elastase-Induced Emphysema.
|Monoterpenes p-cymene, carvacrol and thymol reduced lung emphysema and inflammation in mice. No significant differences among the three monoterpenes treatments were found, suggesting that the presence of hydroxyl group in the molecular structure of thymol and carvacrol do not play a central role in the anti-inflammatory effects.