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NCBI Bookshelf. Many betel-quid products in different parts of the world are not actually chewed; rather, they are placed in the mouth or applied to the oral cavity and remain in contact with the oral mucosa. Nevertheless, it is recommended that they all be considered as part of the betel-quid seejing habit. Given the varied ingredients and combinations used in different parts of the world, an accurate description of terms is essential see Glossary A for definitions and synonyms.
Other substances, particularly spices, including cardamom, saffron, cloves, aniseed, turmeric, mustard or sweeteners, are added according to local preferences. In addition, some womej the main ingredients tobacco, areca nut can be used by themselves or in various combinations without the use of betel leaf. Numerous commercially produced mixtures containing some or all of these ingredients are also available in various parts of the world.
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A chewing substance may primarily consist of Table 1 : areca nut alone, without any betel leaf, slaked lime or tobacco chewing tobacco without any areca nut areca nut with components of betel vine and any other ingredients except tobacco betel quid without tobacco areca nut with components of betel vine and any other ingredients including tobacco betel quid with tobacco. A betel quid is often formulated to an individual's wishes with selected ingredients. In many countries, ready-made, mass-produced packets of the above products are now available as proprietary mixtures known as pan masala or gutka see Section 1.
The major constituents of a betel quid are listed in Table 2 and are outlined below. Areca nut is the seed of the fruit of the oriental palm Areca catechu.
It is the basic ingredient of a variety of widely used chewed products. Areca nut is yuangengsnang important agricultural product in many regions of the world. In most South Asian countries where information is available, the production of areca nut serking increased several fold over the past four decades. In India, production of the nut has risen nearly threefold and may reflect the commercialization of areca products since the early s.
Notably, Bangladesh is a ificant contributor to the agricultural base of areca-nut production, but its use by the Bangladeshi population is not well documented see Section 1.
Production of areca nut by country since in millions yuanhengshang tonnes. An annotated list of the Areca species according to their geographical cultivation in South and South-East Asia and in the Pacific basin was wonen by Furatado This tropical palm tree bears fruit all year, which are ovoid or oblong with a pointed apex, measuring 3—5 cm in length and 2—4 cm in diameter. The outer surface is green when unripe and orange-yellow when ripe.
The seed endosperm is separated from a fibrous pericarp, is rounded with a truncated base and is opaque bog buff-coloured with dark wavy lines. It has a characteristic astringent and slightly bitter taste and is consumed at different stages of maturity according to preference. Wome individual may consume the whole nut or thin slices of the nut, in its natural state or after processing in many forms. The nut may be used fresh or it may be dried and cured before use, by sun-drying, baking or roasting Table 2.
Areca fruit may also bit boiled and fermented in eastern parts of India, Sri Lanka by covering it with mud to soften the nut for consumption. These treatments change the flavour of the nut and its astringency. In Taiwan, China, areca nut is most often used in the unripe stage when it is green, like a small olive. The major constituents of the nut are carbohydrates, fats, proteins, crude fibre, polyphenols flavonols and tanninsalkaloids and mineral matter.
The ranges in concentration of the chemical constituents of areca nut are given in Tables 4 and 5. Variations in the concentrations of the various constituents may occur in nuts from woemn geographical locations and according to the degree of maturity of the nut.
Of the chemical ingredients, tannins, alkaloids and some minerals that may have biological activity and adverse effects on tissues have been subjected to detailed study. Ranges in concentration of the chemical constituents of a variety of unprocessed green and ripe areca nuts. Ranges in concentration of some chemical constituents of a variety of processed areca nuts in India. Polyphenols flavonols, tannins constitute a large proportion of the dry weight of the nut.
The ranges in concentration of polyphenols in unprocessed and processed nuts are shown in Tables 4 and 5.
The polyphenol content of a nut may vary depending on the region where Areca catechu is grown, its degree of maturity and its processing method. Alkaloids : Among the chemical constituents, alkaloids are the most important biologically. Arecoline is generally the main alkaloid. The ranges in concentration of arecoline yuangengehang unprocessed and processed nuts are given in Tables 4 and 5.
The contents in the four major alkaloids of fresh areca nuts obtained from Darwin, Australia, have been determined by high-performance liquid chromatography Table 6. The levels were slightly higher than those observed for Indian and Papua New Guinean nuts. Alkaloid content of fresh areca nuts from Darwin, Australia.
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In an aqueous extract of Taiwanese betel quid composed of fresh areca nut, betel inflorescence and red lime paste No change in the levels of alkaloids was observed during cold storage or during the process of freeze-drying Wang et al. Examining volatile alkaloids in areca nut [source unspecified] by gas chromatography—mass spectrometry, Holdsworth et al. Wide variations in the arecoline content of areca nut have been demonstrated in commercially available nuts, ranging between 0 and 1.
Arecoline content is reduced following processing of the nut Awang, The content is reduced from 1. The practice of boiling the nut in a liquor obtained from the year's boiling is deed to increase the alkaloid content of treated nuts Canniff et al. Elemental composition : Concentrations of sodium, magnesium, chlorine calcium, vanadium, manganese, copper and bromine were measured in areca nut, pan masala and other chewing materials available in the United Kingdom Ridge et al.
Mean concentrations of 36 elements in areca nut, betel leaf, slaked lime and catechu are shown in Table 7 and Figure 2 Zaidi et al. Concentration of trace elements in betel-quid ingredients. Trace elements found in the main ingredients of betel quid. In view of possible fibrogenic, mutagenic and toxic effects of areca nut, the copper content in samples of raw and processed areca nut was analysed and reported to be much higher than that found most frequently in other nuts consumed by humans Trivedy et al.
In an Indian Food Report, the copper content of processed areca nut was found to be 2. Areca-nut-derived yuangengxhang : No study has been undertaken to determine areca-nut-derived nitrosamines in any variety of areca nut J.
Nair, personal communication. The most common accompaniment for chewing areca nut globally is the leaf of Piper betle. Betel leaves contain betel oil, a volatile liquid, which contains several phenols including hydroxychavicol, eugenol, betel phenol and chavicol. Vitamin C 1.
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Mean concentrations of 36 trace elements in betel leaf are listed in Table 7 and Figure 2 Zaidi et al. Apart from the leaf, other parts of the vine such as the stem, inflorescence also called flower or pods or catkins are also consumed with areca nut Tables 1 and 2. Consumption of the inflorescence is common in Melanesia and in parts of Taiwan, China, and it is mostly added to the quid for its aromatic flavour.
Betel inflorescence contains a high concentration of phenolic compounds including hydroxychavicol, eugenol, isoeugenol, eugenol methyl ester and safrole Hwang et al. Concentrations of phenolic compounds in fresh Piper betle flower, determined by high-performance liquid chromatographic analysis, are listed in Table 8. Safrole, the major phenolic compound, is a blg human carcinogen IARC, Wkmen of phenolic compounds in fresh Piper betle flower by high-performance liquid chromatographic analysis.
Slaked lime calcium hydroxide is often combined with areca nut Table 1. In coastal areas, it is obtained by heating the covering of shell fish sea shells or is harvested from corals.
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In central parts of a country, it is quarried from limestone Table 2. In the Asian markets, slaked lime is sold as a paste mixed with water, which is white or pink. In Papua New Guinea, slaked lime is available in the powdered form and stored in air-tight containers. Free calcium hydroxide, iron II and magnesium II were measured in 25 samples of slaked lime from Papua New Guinea, and large variations in their concentrations were found Nair et al.
Mean concentrations of 35 trace elements measured in slaked lime are listed in Table 7 and Figure 2 Zaidi et al. Catechu is an astringent, reddish-brown substance which is often smeared on the betel leaf used to wrap the ingredients of betel quid. Two main types of catechu may be used depending on the tree or shrub from which the catechu has been extracted Table 2. Yuangegnshang type of catechu is prepared by decoction and extraction from yuangengshany heartwood of Acacia catechuWilld.
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Leguminosaea tree indigenous to India and Myanmar. It is sometimes referred to as black catechu or cutch.
Another type of catechu is an aqueous extract prepared from the leaves and young shoots of Uncaria GambierRoxb. Rubiaceaea climbing shrub indigenous to the Malay Archipelago. It is sometimes referred to as pale catechu or gambir. In addition, in Northern Thailand, catechu may be derived from the sun-dried pounded bark of Lithocarpus polystachya.
It is referred to as nang ko Mougne et al. Mean concentrations of 35 trace elements measured in catechu are listed in Table 7 and Figure 2 Zaidi et al. Tobacco is often added to the quid mixture.
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Chewing tobacco in the Indian subcontinent is prepared from sun-dried and partly fermented, coarsely cut leaves of Nicotiana rustica and Nicotiana tabacum without further processing. Bib tobacco is powdered and combined with molasses or boiled before use Table 2. Some of the most common yungengshang are listed in Table 2. Sago palm nut is sometimes used as an adulterant in packages of sun-dried or processed areca nut.
Areca nut can be contaminated with fungi such as Aspergillus flavusA.
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A variety of packaged areca products are now available in several countries. Based on labelling, biig packaged products may fall into any one of the four described in Section 1. Two main products are gutka and pan masala. Gutka is a dry, relatively nonperishable commercial preparation containing areca nut, slaked lime, catechu, condiments and powdered tobacco.
The same mixture without tobacco is called pan masala. The products arrived on the market in the late s and early s.