Veriloid, a New Hypotensive Extract of Veratrum Viride.∗

@article{Stutzman1949VeriloidAN,
  title={Veriloid, a New Hypotensive Extract of Veratrum Viride.∗},
  author={J. Stutzman and G. Maison and G. W. Kusserow},
  journal={Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine},
  year={1949},
  volume={71},
  pages={725 - 727}
}
Summary A stable, reproducible and highly potent extract of Veratrum viride has been described. The name “Veriloid” has been given to this preparation. Methods for biological control of potency have been developed. In normal dogs the extract was hypotensive, bradycardic and emetic. Pharmacologic results suggest that the hypotensive action of the extract deserves trial in the treatment of human hypertension. 
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