Calaguala

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Calaguala is an extract from Polypodium decumanum, a type of fern used historically for medicinal purposes.

It is also known as kalawalla, and a number of other spellings occur. It is recommended as a treatment for vitiligo, also some reports have indicated it may help with symptoms of multiple sclerosis.[citation needed]

See also[edit]

Callawalla (disambiguation)

References[edit]

  • Tuominen M, Bohlin L, Rolfsen W (August 1992). "Effects of Calaguala and an active principle, adenosine, on platelet activating factor". Planta Med. 58 (4): 306–10. doi:10.1055/s-2006-961472. PMID 1438589.