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In Vitro Antioxidant Potential of Baccharis trimera and Baccharis articulata Infusions in Postmenopausal Women
International journal for innovation education and research
Considering that postmenopausal women generally have high levels of oxidative markers and low levels of antioxidant defense markers due to the reduction of estrogen levels, and because of the vast popular use of several species of carja in the form of infusion, this study aimed to evaluate in vitro if infusions of B. trimera and B. articulata have antioxidant potential in erythrocytes of postmenopausal women and which are the most effective. The erythrocytes from 40 postmenopausal women weredoi:10.31686/ijier.vol6.iss7.1060 fatcat:tmw3lrwxznb3jascwo42tbfiwm