author={Wilfred Niels Arnold},
  journal={The Hospital},
  pages={155 - 155}
  • W. Arnold
  • Published 7 December 1889
  • Medicine
  • The Hospital

Drugs on the Internet, Part V: Absinthe, Return of the Emerald Mask

Recent research has dispelled many myths about absinthe and its effects, yet beliefs about its magical powers persist, thus maintaining its reputation as an extraordinary experience within a bohemian lifestyle.

The Myth of the Green Fairy

Abstract In spite of its history and illegality, the use of absinthe, the aperitif made famous in fin de siècle Parisian cafés, is on the rise again in the United States and abroad. Writers and

Chemical Composition and Biological Uses of Artemisia absinthium (Wormwood)

This manuscript is an effort to provide a detailed survey of the literature on scientific researches of pharmacognostical characteristics, chemical composition, and pharmacological activities of the Artemisia absinthium.

Famous Epileptics in History

  • Keuntae Kim
  • Medicine
    Journal of the Korean Neurological Association
  • 2018
A retrospective review of the literature can provide a basis for assessing famous historical epileptics and establish the diagnosis of epilepsy in two leaders prior to the 19th century.

Identification and Quantification of Total Polyphenols in Plants with Bioactive Potentially

The polyphenols have a very wide range value starting on low amounts on centaury (Centaurium erythraea) 271 and reaching highest values of 5975 in wormwood (Artemisia absinthium).

Phytochemical and pharmacological potential of Artemisia absinthium Linn. and Artemisia asiatica Nakai : A Review

The present review comprises the phytochemical, ethnopharmacological and pharmacological reports of A. absinthium and A. asiatica with a view to isolate bioactive moieties which could be used for multifarious biological activities.

Migration and Ethnobotanical Practices: The Case of Tifey Among Haitian Immigrants in Cuba

Ethnobotanical knowledge and practices are dynamic and they change as they are transferred and appropriated by people who are adapting to new surroundings and changing environments. Using tifey, a