In Caribbean folklore, Phyllanthus is called Gale of the Wind, because its seeds are carried on the winds of hurricanes. Addressing this hecceity, it is always a precious thing to keep up with the Chinese: Phyllanthus is an anti-hepatitis B virus plant, and this links to Rebiya Kadeer in her opposition to Chinese expansion in Uyghur country: the expansion includes Uyghurs infected with HBV virus and stigmatization of their culture, including educational opportunities. We note the photograph of her, Havel, and the Dhali Lama on the internet.
Phyllanthus / Oxyphyllol / Renal Cell Carcinoma
Phyllanthus / Phyllalbine
Phyllalbine is one of the Tropane bases:
'Structures of the Main Tropane Bases.
2.4 Confirmation of the Piperidine Ring and of the N-Methyl Group in Tropanes:
Atropine ---> (-)-Cocaine --->3S, 6S-(-)-valeroidine --->Phyllalbine --->Meteloidine --->Scopolamine.'
(Pelletier SW, Chemistry of the Alkaloids, p. 457)
Gale of the Wind