Sideritis scardica Griseb.

  title={Sideritis scardica Griseb.},
  author={Klaus Peter Latt{\'e}},
Sideritis scardica Griseb. (Griechischer Bergtee) aus der Familie der Lamiaceae ist im Balkangebiet beheimatet. Teezubereitungen der Stangel mit Bluten von S. scardica werden dort seit Langem volksmedizinisch zur Behandlung von Lungenkrankheiten, Husten, Erkaltung, Grippe und gastrointestinalen Beschwerden eingesetzt. Moderne In-vitro- und In-vivo-Methoden liefern eine Erklarung fur die traditionellen Anwendungsgebiete. Phytochemische Untersuchungen fuhrten zur Identifizierung eines breiten… 

Morphometric studies of Sideritis scardica Grsb. and S. syriaca L. in their natural populations in Bulgaria

  • I. AnevaP. Zhelev
  • Environmental Science
    Boletin Latinoamericano y del Caribe de Plantas Medicinales y Aromaticas
  • 2019
Results of the morphometric study indicate the necessity of further studies for revealing the taxonomic relationships among the taxa and reveal that the two taxa, S. scardica and S. syriaca are well distinguished but the population Chervenata stena differed significantly from the remaining ones of the same species.

Sideritis scardica extracts inhibit aggregation and toxicity of amyloid-β in Caenorhabditis elegans used as a model for Alzheimer’s disease

Background Beyond its traditional uses in the Balkan area, Sideritis scardica (known as Greek mountain tea, Lamiaceae) is currently extensively investigated for its pharmacological activity in the

Phytochemical Profile and Biological Activity of Endemic Sideritis sipylea Boiss. in North Aegean Greek Islands

The total phenolic content (TPC) along with the in vitro tyrosinase and elastase enzyme inhibitory activity of different extracts was evaluated, towards the discovery of new active agents for cosmetic formulations.

Sideritis elica, a New Species of Lamiaceae from Bulgaria, Revealed by Morphology and Molecular Phylogeny

The results confirm the existence of a new species called Sideritis elica, which occurs in the nature reserve Chervenata Stena, located in the northern part of the Central Rhodope Mountains, which underlines the necessity of conservation measures.

Abundance and Phenotypic Diversity of the Medicinal Sideritis Scardica Griseb. in Relation to Floristic Composition of Its Habitat in Northern Greece

The purpose of this study was to access the abundance and phenotypic diversity of S. scardica populations in relation to plant community structure and environmental and anthropogenic factors in six mountainous areas of Northern Greece.

Chemical Composition, Antioxidant, Anticholinesterase and Anti-Tyrosinase Activities of Essential Oils of Two Sideritis Species from Turkey

It is suggested that consumption of Sideritis species as tea may protect one against melanogenesis, amnesia, and oxidative stress without any observable side effect.

In vitro cultures for micropropagation , mass multiplication and preservation of an endangered medicinal plant Sideritis scardica Griseb

AbsrAct: In vitro methods have been widely used in the conservation of threatened plants in recent years and it is clear that this trend is increasingly being applied to more plant species at risk of

Genus Sideritis, section Empedoclia in southeastern Europe and Turkey – studies in ethnopharmacology and recent progress of biological activities

Most species of genus Sideritis, section Empedoclia have been used by local people as herbal tea and in traditional medicine since long time ago and are of substantial interest for further studies on their pharmacological properties and their potential for pharmacy and medicine.