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Adverse Effects of Herbal Drugs
An Introduction to Herbal Pharmacovigilance.- Artemisia Cina.- Aspalathus Linearis.- Citrullus Colocynthis.- Fucus Vesiculosus and Allied Brown Algae.- Ginkgo Biloba.- Glycyrrhiza Glabra.- LinumExpand
Rational Phytotherapy: A Physicians' Guide to Herbal Medicine
One hundred most commonly prescribed herbal medications in Germany are listed. Expand
Metabolism of some kava pyrones in the rat.
These lipophilic kava pyrones have extremely low solubility in water, which would be expected to reduce their absorption rates and appears to be responsible for the variable and low extent of metabolism observed. Expand
Immunomodulating Properties of 5,20α(R)-Dihydroxy-6α,7α-epoxy-1-oxo-(5α)-witha-2,24-dienolide and Solasodine
5,20α (R)-Dihydroxy-6α,7α-epoxy-1-oxo-(5a)-witha-2,24-dienolide and solasodine inhibit proliferation of murine spleen cell cultures. The steroidal lactone occurs in the medicinal plants WITHANIAExpand
Flavonoide ausVitex agnus castus L.
Leaves ofVitex agnus castus L. and of related species which are said to have hormonelike activities contain three flavonoids: casticin and luteolin-7-D-glucoside and aD-glucoside of an unknownExpand
[2 new chalcone pigments from Helichrysum bracteatum (Vent.) Wild].
  • H. Rimpler, R. Hänsel
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Archiv der Pharmazie und Berichte der Deutschen…
  • 1 December 1965
Dihydrocaffeic Acid, a Metabolite of Bioflavonoids, as a Cofactor of Prostaglandin Synthetase
The influence of dihydrocaffeic acid (I), a main metabolite of bioflavonoids, on prostaglandin synthesis was studied on a preparation of rat renal medulla. In comparison, caffeic acid (II),Expand
[The sedativ-hypnotic principle of hops].
Depending on the storing time, the content of this compound was determined in a large number of hops, hop extracts, and drugs, and the concentration continously increased after drying to reach maximum levels within 2 years of storing at room temperature, irrespective of the specific kind. Expand