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Carvacrol is a monoterpene phenol with the characteristic spicy warm odor of oregano. It is an isomer of thymol and tastes similar to the odor of thymol. Carvacrol has the effect of antagonizing microbial activity. In addition, it has anti-inflammatory, analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, which are often used for sterilization and disinfection. In Origanum vulgare and Eucalyptus smithi from Swatini, it was found to contain a high proportion of Carvacrol, also found in small amounts in thyme essential oil.
Carvacrol has the effect of antagonizing microbial activity, has the effect of antagonizing microbial activity, and has anti-inflammatory, analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, and is often used for sterilization and disinfection.
1. Carvacrol promotes wound healing and has anti-inflammatory and anti-infective properties.
2. Carvacrol has antibacterial, antifungal, antihelminthic and antiviral properties.
3. Carvacrol has the effect of repelling and preventing mosquitoes.
4. Carvacrol has analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties.
5. Carvacrol has antioxidant and neuroprotective effects.
6. Some studies have pointed out that Carvacrol has anti-tumor and anti-cancer effects.
1. Carvacrol is highly irritating and may cause counter-stimulation on the skin, causing redness and allergies. Be sure to dilute it to a safe concentration of less than 1% when using it.
2. Animal liver lacks detoxification enzymes (CYP~cytochrome~enzymes) that metabolize chemical molecules (terpenes, phenols, ketones) in essential oils. Please avoid direct (high concentration) use of carvacrol (Carvacrol) on pets. ) essential oils, cats are completely banned.
Chronic myeloid leukemia is characterized and driven by mutations in specific genes such as BCR-ABL1 and RUNX1, resulting in changes in biochemical pathways of vitamin metabolism, growth factor signaling, cancer epigenetics, and RUNX signaling. Cancer treatments like cyclophosphamide work through specific pathway mechanisms. The goal is to establish a good overlap between therapeutic and cancer-driving pathways for an effective personalized approach. In this case, any food or nutritional supplement that counteracts treatment or reduces overlap should be avoided. For example, carvacrol should be avoided in the treatment of chronic myeloid leukemia at the same time as cyclophosphamide. Carvacrol affects pathways/processes such as vitamin metabolism that contribute to the development of disease and/or counteract the effects of treatment. Some factors to consider when choosing nutrition include cancer type, current treatments and supplements (if any), age, gender, BMI, lifestyle, and any genetic mutation information (if any).
Gastric adenocarcinomas are characterized by mutations in specific genes such as TP53 and MUC16, resulting in changes in biochemical pathways in extracellular matrix remodeling, RUNX signaling, PI3K-AKT-MTOR signaling, small molecule transport, and MAPK signaling. Cancer treatments like oxaliplatin work through specific pathway mechanisms. The goal is to have a good overlap between treatments and cancer-driving pathways in a personalized approach. In this case, any food or nutritional supplement that has a compatibilizing effect or reduces overlap with treatment should be considered. For example, carvacrol supplementation with oxaliplatin therapy should be considered for gastric adenocarcinoma. Carvacrol supplementation affects pathways/processes such as extracellular matrix remodeling and RUNX signaling, which impede gastric adenocarcinoma drivers and/or improve oxaliplatin therapy.
Different companies offer genomes to be tested to assess genetic risk for different cancers. These panels cover genes associated with cancers such as breast, ovarian, uterine, prostate and gastrointestinal system. Genetic testing for these genes can confirm the diagnosis and help guide treatment and management decisions. Identification of pathogenic variants can also guide the testing and diagnosis of at-risk relatives. TERT is one of the genes commonly available in cancer risk test panels.
Mutations in TERT result in the effects of biochemical pathways/processes such as apoptosis, RUNX signaling, stem cell signaling, cell cycle checkpoints, and JAK-STAT signaling. These pathways are direct or indirect drivers of molecular endpoints in cancer. Carvacrol should be avoided when TERT mutations in blood cancers are genomically identified. Carvacrol affects pathways/processes such as apoptosis and RUNX signaling and adversely affects TERT and related conditions.
TP53 is one of the genes in the panel available for cancer risk testing. Mutations in TP53 result in the impairment of biochemical pathways/processes such as cell cycle checkpoints, PI3K-AKT-MTOR signaling, stem cell signaling, TGFB signaling, and autophagy. These pathways are direct or indirect drivers of molecular endpoints in cancer. Consider taking carvacrol supplements when genetic teams identify TP53 mutations in breast and lung cancers. Carvacrol supplementation affects pathways/processes such as cell cycle checkpoints and PI3K-AKT-MTOR signaling and is supportive in people with TP53 mutations and related disorders.
1. Food spices.
2. It is mainly used for the preparation of dill, clove, artemisia, meat, mint, vanilla essence and other spices.
3. As a spice, it is used in daily industrial products such as toothpaste, tooth powder, oral products, talcum powder, soap, etc.
4. Preparation of fungicides, disinfectants, insect repellents, antioxidants, feed additives, preservatives, deodorants.
5. Pharmaceutical raw materials, such as the production of local anesthetics.