Canna, edible (as plant) // Canna coccinea Mill. // Canna edulis Ker Gawl. // Canna indica L. // Canna limbata Roscoe

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#1: Lectins #2: phenylpropanoids (RF-00004367-PAR) #3: Alkaloids #4: Calcium oxalate
Endpoint Studies
Composition #1: Araujo, Theolyta S., Teixeira, Claudener S., Falcao, Maria A. P., Junior, Vanir R. Pinto., Santiago, Mayara Quiroz., Benevides, Raquel G., Delatorre, Plinio., Martins, Jorge L., Alexandre-Moreira, Magna S., Cavada, Benildo S., et al. Anti-​inflammatory and Antinociceptive Activity of Chitin-​binding Lectin from Canna Limbata Seeds. applied biochemistry and biotechnology, 2013, p. 1944–1955. .
Composition #2: Sook Yun, Y., Satake, M., Katsuki, S., Kunugi, A. Phenylpropanoid derivatives from edible canna, Canna edulis. phytochemistry, 2004, vol. 65, no. 14, p. 2167–2171. DOI: 10.1016/j.phytochem.2004.06.003. [DOI link]
Composition #3: Darsini, I.P., Shamshad, S., John Paul, M. Canna Indica (L.): A plant with potential healing powers: A review. international journal of pharma and bio sciences, 2015, vol. 6, no. 2, p. B1–B8. .
Composition #4: Baran, Enrique J., Gonzalez-Baro, Ana C., Ciciarelli, Maria M., Rolleri, Cristina H. Characterization of biominerals in species of Canna (Cannaceae). REVISTA DE BIOLOGIA TROPICAL, 2010, vol. 58, no. 4, p. 1507–1515. .