A plant genus of the family RANUNCULACEAE. Members contain a number of diterpenoid alkaloids including: aconitans, hypaconitine, ACONITINE, jesaconitine, ignavine, napelline, and mesaconitine. The common name of Wolfbane is similar to the common name for ARNICA.
A C19 norditerpenoid alkaloid (DITERPENES) from the root of ACONITUM plants. It activates VOLTAGE-GATED SODIUM CHANNELS. It has been used to induce ARRHYTHMIAS in experimental animals and it has antiinflammatory and antineuralgic properties.
An enlarged underground root or stem of some plants. It is usually rich in carbohydrates. Some, such as POTATOES, are important human FOOD. They may reproduce vegetatively from buds.
Organic nitrogenous bases. Many alkaloids of medical importance occur in the animal and vegetable kingdoms, and some have been synthesized. (Grant & Hackh's Chemical Dictionary, 5th ed)
Poisoning by the ingestion of plants or its leaves, berries, roots or stalks. The manifestations in both humans and animals vary in severity from mild to life threatening. In animals, especially domestic animals, it is usually the result of ingesting moldy or fermented forage.
Chinese herbal or plant extracts which are used as drugs to treat diseases or promote general well-being. The concept does not include synthesized compounds manufactured in China.
A plant genus of the family PHYTOLACCACEAE, order Caryophyllales.
Twenty-carbon compounds derived from MEVALONIC ACID or deoxyxylulose phosphate.
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The privacy of information and its protection against unauthorized disclosure.
The state of being free from intrusion or disturbance in one's private life or affairs. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed, 1993)
A composition in prose or verse presenting in dialogue or pantomime a story involving various characters, usually intended to be acted on a stage and to be regarded as a form of entertainment. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
A body of stories, the origins of which may be unknown or forgotten, that serve to explain practices, beliefs, institutions or natural phenomena. Mythology includes legends and folk tales. It may refer to classical mythology or to a body of modern thought and modern life. (From Webster's 1st ed)
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Seedless nonflowering plants of the class Filicinae. They reproduce by spores that appear as dots on the underside of feathery fronds. In earlier classifications the Pteridophyta included the club mosses, horsetails, ferns, and various fossil groups. In more recent classifications, pteridophytes and spermatophytes (seed-bearing plants) are classified in the Subkingdom Tracheobionta (also known as Tracheophyta).
The unconsolidated mineral or organic matter on the surface of the earth that serves as a natural medium for the growth of land plants.
A plant genus of the family POLYGONACEAE that is an ingredient of Shou-Wu-Pian, a Chinese herbal preparation (DRUGS, CHINESE HERBAL). The common name of black bindweed also refers to TAMUS or Fallopia (use POLYGONACEAE).
A plant genus of the family ALISMATACEAE. The flowers have 3 green sepals, 3 yellow and white petals, 6 stamens, and several pistils. Members contain TRITERPENES and SESQUITERPENES. Alisma is a component of tokishakuyakusan. Some species in this genus are called water plantain which is also a common name for other ALISMATACEAE plants.
Any of the numerous types of clay which contain varying proportions of Al2O3 and SiO2. They are made synthetically by heating aluminum fluoride at 1000-2000 degrees C with silica and water vapor. (From Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary, 11th ed)
Musculoskeletal manipulation based on the principles of OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE developed in 1874 by Dr Andrew Taylor Still.
The reproductive organs of plants.
Cultivation of PLANTS; (FRUIT; VEGETABLES; MEDICINAL HERBS) on small plots of ground or in containers.
The above-ground plant without the roots.
In some animals, the jaws together with their horny covering. The beak usually refers to the bill of birds in which the whole varies greatly in form according of the food and habits of the bird. While the beak refers most commonly to birds, the anatomical counterpart is found also in the turtle, squid, and octopus. (From Webster, 3d ed & Storer, et al., General Zoology, 6th ed, p491, 755)
A cluster of FLOWERS (as opposed to a solitary flower) arranged on a main stem of a plant.
A gland in males that surrounds the neck of the URINARY BLADDER and the URETHRA. It secretes a substance that liquefies coagulated semen. It is situated in the pelvic cavity behind the lower part of the PUBIC SYMPHYSIS, above the deep layer of the triangular ligament, and rests upon the RECTUM.
Expanded structures, usually green, of vascular plants, characteristically consisting of a bladelike expansion attached to a stem, and functioning as the principal organ of photosynthesis and transpiration. (American Heritage Dictionary, 2d ed)

Inhibition of activation of nuclear factor kappaB is responsible for inhibition of inducible nitric oxide synthase expression by higenamine, an active component of aconite root. (1/61)

Effects of higenamine on nitric oxide (NO) production and inducible NO synthase (iNOS) mRNA expression (RAW 264.7 cells), on vascular reactivity in vitro and in vivo (rats), and on survival rates (mice) and serum nitrite/nitrate levels (rats) were investigated by using last lipopolysaccharide (LPS) plus interferon (IFN)-gamma. Higenamine concentration-dependently inhibited NO production and inducible NO synthase mRNA in RAW 264.7 cells, in which the IC(50) was 53 microM. Higenamine (10 mg/kg i.p.) administered 90 min before LPS (5 mg/kg i.v.) prevented not only LPS-induced hypotension but also pressor response to norepinephrine (1 microgram/kg) in rats. Incubation of thoracic aorta with LPS (300 ng/ml) for 8 h in vitro resulted in suppression of the vasoconstrictor effects to phenylephrine, which was prevented by coincubation with higenamine. The survival rate to endotoxin in mice was significantly (P <.01) increased by the presence of higenamine in the LPS-treated group up to 48 h. Serum nitrite/nitrate levels were significantly (P <.05) reduced by higenamine in LPS-treated rats. Finally, higenamine inhibited the activation of nuclear factor kappaB in RAW 264.7 cells due to LPS + IFN-gamma by mobility shift assays. Taken together, these data strongly suggest that higenamine inhibits iNOS expression by inhibiting nuclear factor kappaB activation by LPS + IFN-gamma, which may be beneficial in inflammatory diseases in which enhanced formation of NO is the main causative factor. Furthermore, due to positive inotropic action, higenamine may be more effective in a condition where myocardial contractility is likely to depress, such as in septic shock and/or endotoxin-induced inflammatory disorders.  (+info)

Distribution of Aconitum alkaloids in body fluids and tissues in a suicidal case of aconite ingestion. (2/61)

A case involving a suicidal ingestion of Aconitum tubers is presented. A 40-year-old woman in Hokkaido, Japan ingested ground aconite and died of aconite intoxication about 4 h after ingestion. The Aconitum alkaloids were quantitated using gas chromatography-selected ion monitoring from extracts of the body fluids and organs. The blood and urine concentrations of jesaconitine, the main alkaloid of the aconite in this case, were 69.1 ng/mL and 237.8 ng/mL, respectively. Higher values of the alkaloid were demonstrated in the kidneys, the liver, and in the bile rather than other organs or serum, suggesting the alkaloids were eliminated by the liver and kidneys. In the gastrointestinal tract, the highest value of jesaconitine (471.3 ng/g) was in the ileal contents. These findings show that Aconitum alkaloids were found in the liver and kidneys in much higher concentrations than in serum and suggest that they were eliminated not only via urine but also in feces. Feces may be useful to detect Aconitum alkaloid if other biological samples are not available.  (+info)

Vasorelaxing effect of mesaconitine, an alkaloid from Aconitum japonicum, on rat small gastric artery: possible involvement of endothelium-derived hyperpolarizing factor. (3/61)

Aconiti tuber, roots of aconite (Aconitum japonicum), has been used for centuries in Japan and China to increase peripheral body temperature. We previously reported that mesaconitine, an alkaloid from Aconitum japonicum, elicits endothelium-dependent and nitric oxide-mediated relaxation in isolated rat aorta. In the present study, we investigated the effect of mesaconitine on isolated rat small gastric arteries. Mesaconitine elicited a concentration-dependent (10, 30, 100 microM) vasorelaxation in isolated rat gastric artery precontracted with norepinephrine, which was resistant to N(omega)-nitro-L-arginine (L-NNA) (an inhibitor of nitric oxide synthase) and indomethacin (an inhibitor of cyclooxygenase). The L-NNA- and indomethacin-resistant relaxation by mesaconitine was mainly endothelium-dependent, inhibited by high K+ (30 mM), and inhibited by a combination of Ca2+-dependent K channel blockers, charybdotoxin and apamin. The relaxation by mesaconitine was proportional to the external Ca2+ concentration. These results suggest that mesaconitine elicits vasorelaxation of isolated rat small gastric artery mainly via release of endothelium-derived hyperpolarizing factor.  (+info)

Hemsleyatine, a novel C19-diterpenoid alkaloid with 8-amino group from Aconitum hemsleyanum. (4/61)

The new compound hemsleyatine (1) was isolated along with four known C(19)-diterpenoid alkaloids: indaconitine (4), yunaconitine (5), chasmanine (6), and talatisamine (7) from the roots of Aconitum hemsleyanum PRITZ. Structures were established by spectral analysis, including tow dimeusional (2D) NMR spectroscopy and a chemical method. Hemsleyatine (1) is the first C(19)-diterpenoid alkaloid bearing the 8-amino group. In addition, the assignments of some (13)C signals for pseudaconine (3) were revised by comparison with those of hemsleyatine (1).  (+info)

Norditerpenoid alkaloids from the processed tubers of Aconitum carmichaeli. (5/61)

Four new and five known norditerpenoid alkaloids were isolated from the processed tubers of Aconitum carmichaeli. The new alkaloids are 14-O-cinnamoylneoline (3), 14-O-anisoylneoline (4) 14-O-veratroylneoline (5), and lipo-14-O-anisoylbikhaconine (8). The known alkaloids are neoline (1), 14-O-acetylneoline (2), foresaconitine (6), crassicauline A (7), and lipohypaconitine (9). Alkaloids 2, 6, and 7 were isolated from this plant for the first time. The structures of the new alkaloids were established by spectroscopic and chemical methods.  (+info)

MECHANISM OF ATRIAL FLUTTER AND FIBRILLATION INDUCED BY ACONITINE IN THE DOG, WITH OBSERVATIONS ON THE ROLE OF CHOLINEGIC FACTORS. (6/61)

The topical application of aconitine nitrate to the right atrial appendage in the "intact" anaesthetized dog produced atrial flutter. Premature systoles with fixed coupling preceded the development of flutter. In early stages of the arrhythmia, atrial rate was irregularly irregular. Also, the form of flutter beats was similar to that of preceding premature systoles. The fibrillatory activity of acetylcholine described by earlier workers has been confirmed. Transient atrial dissociation was seen after intravenous injection or topical application of acetylcholine. The occurrence of fibrillation in the left atrium after focal application of acetylcholine has been demonstrated, while the right atrial appendage containing the ectopic focus induced by aconitine continued to flutter. Aconitine produced slow-rate flutter in dogs treated with atropine or hemicholinium; this flutter was easily distinguishable from the sinus tachycardia produced by these drugs, by recording the electrocardiogram from a direct atrial lead from the area treated with aconitine, but not from limb lead II. The importance of these findings in the interpretation of the mechanism of atrial flutter and fibrillation is discussed.  (+info)

THE EFFECT OF ACONITINE ON THE GIANT AXON OF THE SQUID. (7/61)

In the giant axon of Loligo pealii, "aconitine potent" Merck added to the bath (10(-7) to 1.25 x 10(-6) gm/ml) (a) had no effect on resting membrane potential, membrane resistance and rectification, membrane response to subthreshold currents, critical depolarization, or action potential, but (b) on repetitive stimulation produced oscillations of membrane potential after the spike, depolarization, and decrease of membrane resistance. The effect sums with successive action potentials; it increases with concentration of aconitine, time of exposure, and frequency of stimulation. When the oscillations are large enough and the membrane potential is 51.6 +/- SD 1.5 mv a burst of self-sustained activity begins; it usually lasts 20 to 70 sec. and at its end the membrane potential is 41.5 +/- SD 1.9 mv. Repolarization occurs with a time constant of 2.5 to 11.1 min. Substitution of choline for external sodium after a burst hyperpolarizes the membrane to -70 mv, and return to normal external sodium depolarizes again beyond the resting membrane potential. The effect of aconitine on the membrane is attributed to an increase of sodium and potassium or chloride conductances following the action potential.  (+info)

Structure identification of five unknown dilipo-alkaloids extracted from processed tuber of Aconitum Carmiechaeli by electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry. (8/61)

The alkaloids in processed aconite tuber of Aconitum Carmiechaeli were studied, and five novel alkaloids in extract from processed aconite tuber were found. The first step involved the use of electrospray ionization mass spectrometry (ESI-MS), and then multi-stage tandem mass spectrometry (MSn) was used to provide structural information. Based on their MSn spectra, the structures of the five novel compounds were elucidated to be C3,C8-difatty acid esters of mesaconitine, aconitine and 10-hydroxyaconitine.  (+info)

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Aconite has been understood as a poison from ancient times, and is frequently represented as such in fiction. In Greek mythology, the goddess Hecate is said to have invented aconite,[39] which Athena used to transform Arachne into a spider.[40] Also, Medea attempted to poison Theseus with a cup of wine poisoned with wolfs bane.[41] The kyōgen (traditional Japanese comedy) play Busu (附子, Dried aconite root),[42] which is well-known and frequently taught in Japan, is centered on dried aconite root used for traditional Chinese medicine. Taken from Shasekishu, a 13th-century anthology collected by Mujū, the story describes servants who decide that the dried aconite root is really sugar, and suffer unpleasant though nonlethal symptoms after eating it.[43] Shakespeare, in Henry IV Part II Act 4 Scene 4 refers to aconite, alongside rash gunpowder, working as strongly as the venom of suggestion to break up close relationships. In BBC drama Shakespeare and Hatherway, series 2, episode 9, a ...
The genus Aconitum in the flora of Slovakia is represented by subgenera Aconitum, Lycoctonum and Anthora. Among them the subgenus Aconitum is the richest and includes sections Aconitum and Cammarum DC., as well as nothosection Acomarum Starmühl. (sect. Aconitum × sect. Cammarm). It includes next taxa: 1) A. firmum Rchb. (subsp. firmum,subsp. moravicum Skalický, as well as it should includes contraversive subsp. maninense (Skalický) Starmühl. in Starmühl. & Mitka and nsubsp. paxii Starmühl. in Starmühl. & Mitka); 2) A. ×cammarum L. em. Fries; 3) A. variegatum L. subsp. variegatum; 4) A. lasiocarpum (Rchb.) Gáyer (subsp. lasiocarpum and subsp. kotulae (Pawł.) Starmühl. & Mitka); 5) A. degenii Gáyer subsp. degenii.. The second subgenus Lycoctonum (DC.) Peterm. is represented by: 1) A. moldavicum Hacq. (subsp. moldavicum, subsp. hosteanum (Schur) Graebn. & P. Graebn., subsp. simonkaianum (Gáyer) Starmühl.); 2) A. lycoctonum L. em. Koelle subsp. vulparia (Rchb.) Nyman; 3) controversive ...
Aconitum spp is a genus of over 250 flowering plants including Monkshood, Wolfs bane, Aconite, Leopards bane, mousebane, blue rocket, and queen of poisons. In the United States, most poisonous flower ingestions are accidental ingestions by children and account for roughly 2% of all toxic exposures; aconitum is not a commonly ingested flower in the United States, though is responsible for significant morbidity and mortality worldwide. Traditionally, most cases of adult ingestion of toxic flowers that lead to significant symptoms are suicidal attempts. A recent increase in aconitum poisoning has been reported secondary to an increase in available herbal medications utilizing the plant. All parts of Aconitum are toxic, with the roots being most toxic. Toxicity is due to Aconite alkaloids bind to open voltage-gated sodium channels, producing a hyperpolarized state, with permanent activation of the channels. Most herbal preparations undergo decoction process where plant is boiled to hydrolize ...
Looking for Aconitum? Find out information about Aconitum. or any of several species of the genus Aconitum of the family Ranunculaceae , hardy perennial plants of the north temperate zone, growing wild or cultivated... Explanation of Aconitum
Species: Aconitum kusnezoffii. Common Name: Bei Wu Tou. Habitat: Aconitum kusnezoffii is native to E. Asia - N. China, N. Japan in Kamtschatka, Korea and Siberia. It grows on grassy slopes, grasslands, forests, forest margins, by streams at elevations of 2200 - 2400 metres.. Description:. Aconitum kusnezoffii is a perennial plant growing to 1.5 m (5ft). usually branched, glabrous, with leaves equally arranged along stem.Root stocks are conical or carrot-shaped, 2.5-5 cm, 7-12 mm in diam. Proximal cauline leaves withered at anthesis, middle ones shortly to long petiolate; petiole 3-11 cm, glabrous; leaf blade pentagonal, 9-16 × 10-20 cm, papery or subleathery, abaxially glabrous, adaxially sparsely retrorse pubescent, base cordate, 3-sect; central segment rhombic, apex acuminate, subpinnately divided or lobed; lateral segments obliquely flabellate, unequally 2-parted. Inflorescence terminal, 9-22-flowered; rachis and pedicels glabrous; proximal bracts 3-fid, others oblong or linear. Proximal ...
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Background: Beta-sitosterol (β-sitosterol) is one of the several phytosterols widely studied for its potential to reduce benign prostatic hyperplasia and blood cholesterol levels. Objective: In the present study, the effects of β-sitosterol on spontaneous and agonist-induced contractions in in vitro nonpregnant human uterus with respect to prostaglandin E2(PGE2) were investigated. Materials and Methods: Myometrial strips, measuring approximately 15 mm × 4 mm × 2 mm, were attained from hysterectomy samples of premenopausal women. Longitudinal muscle strips were mounted on tissue baths, under physiological conditions, to measure their isometric contraction. The effects of cumulative amounts of β-sitosterol on spontaneous motility in the absence and presence of prazosin, atropine, fulvestran, indomethacin, or ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA), and on agonist-induced motor activity, were examined. Results: On strips in the follicular phase, both β-sitosterol (1-100 μg/ml) and PGE2(0.1-10 ...
Aconite (Aconitum Napellus) is a natural homeopathic remedy.In homeopathy, aconite is used for fear, anxiety, and restlessness, fever symptoms from exposure to dry, cold weather or very hot weather; tingling, coldness, and numbness; influenza or colds with congestion; and headaches.
Aconitum anthora (Yellow monkshood). This species is an upright perennial. The leaves are rounded, deeply lobed and dark green. The flowers are produced in mid and late summer; racemes of pale yellow blooms.
106h. Aconitum hemsleyanum var. lasianthum W. T. Wang & L. Q. Li, Acta Phytotax. Sin. 25: 29. 1987. 毛萼瓜叶乌头 mao e gua ye wu tou Leaves cordate at base, distal ones without bulbils. Bracteoles and sepals pubescent on both surfaces. Upper sepal with indistinct abaxial hairs. Petals glabrous; spur more than 1.5 mm. Persistent style ca. 2.5 mm.. * Scrub; 3200--3300 m. W Sichuan (Muli Zang Zu Zizhixian).. ...
The chromosomal and molecular PCR-ISSR+RAPD pattern of high-mountain Aconitum sect. Aconitum in the Sudetes and Carpathians were analyzed to test whether the taxon has common markers in these two mountain systems. In the Sudetes the taxon forms an autopolyploid chromosome complex (2n = 32), and allopolyploid in the neighboring Western Carpathians. The chromosome Giemsa C banding pattern of the allotetraploid Carpathian A. firmum was found to be common to both Sudetic autopolyploid A. plicatum and diploid A. variegatum. The Sudetes are geologically older than the Carpathians, and it is argued that an ancient Sudetic taxon may have contributed to the genome of the Carpathian taxon. The Quaternary glaciations and corresponding range extensions of alpine floras may have facilitated their secondary contact(s). This is supported by a molecular ISSR+RAPD pattern that points to introgression between the Sudetic A. plicatum subsp. sudeticum and Carpathian A. firmum subsp. maninense ...
Botanical Name : Aconitum violaceum Family : Ranunculaceae Genus : Aconitum Tibetan Common Name:: bdud rtsi lo ma, bong nga nag po (Amrita leaves, black
5. Aconitum columbianum Nuttall in J. Torrey & A. Gray, Fl. N. Amer. 1: 34. 1838. Roots tuberous, tuber distally not obviously bulblike, to 60 × 15 mm, parent tuber producing 1 (rarely 2) daughter tubers with connecting rhizome very short, i.e., tubers ±contiguous. Stems erect and stout to twining and reclining, 2-30 dm. Cauline leaves: blade deeply 3-5(-7)-divided, usually with more than 2 mm leaf tissue between deepest sinus and base of blade, 5-15 cm wide, segment margins variously cleft and toothed. Inflorescences open racemes or panicles. Flowers commonly blue, sometimes white, cream colored, or blue tinged at sepal margins, 18-50 mm from tips of pendent sepals to top of hood; pendent sepals 6-16 mm; hood conic-hemispheric, hemispheric, or crescent-shaped, 11-34mm from receptacle to top of hood, 6-26 mm wide from receptacle to beak apex.. Subspecies 2 (2 in the flora): moist areas, primarily in w North America, sporadic in e U.S.. Available information suggests that Aconitum columbianum ...
Presented by M di-T. ACONITUM LYCOCTONUM.. Aconitum lycoctonum, Linn. (A. telyphonum, Reich.) Nat. order, Ranunculace . Common names, (English) Wolfsbane; (German) Wolfseisenhut. Preparation, ?. Authority. Petroz (Journ. d. l. Soc. Gallicane, 1st ser., vol. 3, p. 16).. MIND. ► Mania. ► Ferocity. ► Laughter. ► Distraction. ► Instability of ideas. ► Dread of work. ► Repugnance to business.. HEAD. ► Vertigo with nausea. ► Lancinating pain in the head, which extends to across the eyes. [10.] ► Digging sensation in the brain. ► Compressive pain in the head. ► The head feels heavy, as if a great weight were pressing on the brain. ► Sensation as if a nail were driven into the head when moving it. ► Pulsations in the head. ► Shocks in the forehead. ► Pressure on the top of the head. ► Hammering pain in the temples. ► Pressure in the occiput. ► Pulling pain in the scalp when contracting it. [20.] ► Pain like that of rheumatism in the skin of the head, increased by ...
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Synonyms for Aconitic in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Aconitic. 11 words related to aconite: Aconitum, genus Aconitum, Aconitum napellus, helmet flower, monkshood, helmetflower, Aconitum lycoctonum, wolfbane, wolfs bane.... What are synonyms for Aconitic?
Aconitum napellus (Aconitum possibly from the greek for cone, napellus turnip) is known as the queen of the poisons, with the toxins aconite and aconitine present throughout the plant - the effects of which, which, in an interesting twist of poison counteracting poison, can be treated with atropine from Deadly Nightshade. Monkshood was often used as poison on arrows in Ancient Rome and China, and it is a close relative of the equally poisonous Aconitum Lycotonum, or Wolfsbane (so named for its ability to kill wolves). Death occurs within several hours of poisoning, with vomiting and nausea being early symptoms before death usually occurs by arrythmias. Despite their highly toxic nature, monkshood is popular as a garden plant, and if I have learned nothing else from this post its that the sanity of horticulturalist should probably be questioned ...
Monkshood root expansion of peripheral vascular function, Monkshood Decoction can markedly dilated blood vessel in anesthetized dogs and cats, Monkshood Decoction has the function of. Intravenous injection of water-soluble fraction of 7.5, 15 and 30mg / kg, can make the anesthetized dog femoral artery blood flow was increased by 30, 70 and 129%, resistance is…
Phylogenetic analyses were performed using multiple nuclear (ITS and ETS) and chloroplast regions (ndhF-trnL, psbA-trnH, psbD-trnT, and trnT-trnL) to test the monophyly of Aconitum subgen. Lycoctonum (Ranunculaceae) and reconstruct the phylogenetic relationships within the subgenus. The subgenus as currently circumscribed is revealed to be polyphyletic. To achieve its monophyly, sect. Galeata and sect. Fletcherum, both being unispecific and each having a unique array of characters (the latter even having the aberrant base chromosome number of x= 6), must be removed from the subgenus. The subgenus Lycoctonum should thus be redefined to include only two sections, the unispecific sect. Alatospermum and the relatively species -rich sect. Lycoctonum. The section Alatospermum, which is both morphologically and karyologically in the primitive condition, is resolved as the first diverging lineage of the subgenus Lycoctonum Glade. The monophyly of sect. Lycoctonum is strongly supported, but all the ten ...
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Eric Yarnell, ND, RH(AHG) is a graduate of Bastyr University. He completed a two-year residency with Silena Heron, ND, and served as chair of botanical medicine at SCNM. He is past senior editor of the Journal of Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Yarnell is a founding member and current president of the Botanical Medicine Academy and author of numerous textbooks and articles, including Naturopathic Urology and Mens Health, Naturopathic Gastroenterology and Clinical Botanical Medicine. His area of clinical focus is urology and mens health. He is assistant professor in botanical medicine at Bastyr University.. References. Bensky D et al: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, revised ed, Seattle, 1993, Eastland Press.. Chan TY et al: Herb-induced aconitine poisoning presenting as tetraplegia, Vet Hum Toxicol 36:133-4, 1994.. Felter HW: Eclectic Materia Medica, Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Sandy, 1922, reprinted 1998, Eclectic Medical Publications.. Friese J et al: Aconitum sp. alkaloids: The ...
Processed Chuanwu (PCW), the mother root of Aconitum carmichaelii Debeaux, has been widely used as a classic Traditional Chinese Medicine for pain relieve for over two millennia clinically. However, its action on chronic inflammatory pain has not been clarified. Here, we investigated the antinociceptive effect of PCW in complete freunds adjuvant (CFA)-induced mice and its possible mechanisms associated with opioid system and TRPV1 ion channel. Male ICR mice were intraplantarly injected with CFA. PCW (0.34, 0.68 and 1.35 g/kg) was orally given to mice once a day for 7 days. Von frey hairs and plantar test were assessed to evaluate the antinociceptive effect of PCW. To investigate the participation of dynorphin/opioid system in PCW antinociception, subtype-specific opioid receptor antagonists or anti-dynorphin A antiserum were used. To eliminate other central mechanisms that contribute to PCW antinociception, hot plate (50 °C) test were performed. Further, involvements of
Aconitum orientale is a PERENNIAL growing to 1.5 m (5ft) by 0.3 m (1ft in). It is hardy to zone (UK) 6. It is in flower from July to August. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Bees. Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and can grow in heavy clay soil. Suitable pH: acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It prefers moist soil.
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This poisonous perennial graces many flower borders because of the beautiful, hooded, deep blue flowers borne on spikes in mid to late summer. Foliage is m
Larkspurs, monkshoods, and aconites are plants, widely cultivated for their beauty and medicinal properties. They all belong to the Delphinieae, a natural group of 650-700 species ranging from Eurasia into North America, with a few species on tropical African mountains. The study was published in the open access journal PhytoKeys.
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Aconite is suitable only in the onset of affection, before the inflammation is localized. Aconite may even prevent a bronchitis if taken early right away when first symptoms appear: coryza, full,hard pulse, frequent sneezing, chilliness, restless sleep. If moderate congestion, and physical weakness and indisposition appear Aconite must be supplied with Gelsemium. Ferrum phosphoricum is administered in the bronchitis of children when the cough is dry, the lungs are sore, the breathing is oppressed, has no restlessness or drowsiness secondary effects as the previous two medications. Veratrum viride is to be administered when there is high temperature, rapid pulse, the body is overheated ...
Aconite is suitable only in the onset of affection, before the inflammation is localized. Aconite may even prevent a bronchitis if taken early right away when first symptoms appear: coryza, full,hard pulse, frequent sneezing, chilliness, restless sleep. If moderate congestion, and physical weakness and indisposition appear Aconite must be supplied with Gelsemium. Ferrum phosphoricum is administered in the bronchitis of children when the cough is dry, the lungs are sore, the breathing is oppressed, has no restlessness or drowsiness secondary effects as the previous two medications. Veratrum viride is to be administered when there is high temperature, rapid pulse, the body is overheated ...
Aconite is suitable only in the onset of affection, before the inflammation is localized. Aconite may even prevent a bronchitis if taken early right away when first symptoms appear: coryza, full,hard pulse, frequent sneezing, chilliness, restless sleep. If moderate congestion, and physical weakness and indisposition appear Aconite must be supplied with Gelsemium. Ferrum phosphoricum is administered in the bronchitis of children when the cough is dry, the lungs are sore, the breathing is oppressed, has no restlessness or drowsiness secondary effects as the previous two medications. Veratrum viride is to be administered when there is high temperature, rapid pulse, the body is overheated ...
I will cover some of the remedies in greater depth, starting with Aconite.. These suggestions should not take the place of proper veterinary attention, but are intended only to help with the use of the remedies in first aid If you are in the U.K. you can find your nearest homoeopathic veterinary surgeon by contacting the British Association of Homoeopathic Veterinary Surgeons, Alternative Veterinary Centre, Chinham House, Stanford-in-the-Vale, Faringdon, Oxon SN7 8NQ, tel. 01367 710324/710475, fax. 01367 718243. Website: http://www.bahvs.com/. ACONITUM NAPELLUS - (commonly known as Aconite) This is a short-acting remedy, which does not have much depth of action but is excellent for stopping infections and inflammations in their early stages. It is useful for conditions brought on by cold winds or dry, cold weather. It is especially useful to give in cases of shock and fright, as its strongest characteristic is physical and mental restlessness and fright. Obvious symptoms might be staring eyes, ...
Nama Latin. Radix Aconiti Kusnezoffii. Nama English. Monkshood Root. Tindakan. Untuk meringankan keadaan rematik, menghangatkan saluran dan mengurangkan rasa sakit.. Indikasi Reumatik dan arthralgia arthritis, nyeri prekordial dan perut dengan sensasi dingin; kolik perut yang disebabkan oleh sejuk; anaethesia.. Penggunaan. Biasanya digunakan sedang diproses.. ...
Isotalatizidine is a representative C19-diterpenoid alkaloid extracted from the lateral roots of Aconitum carmichaelii, which has been widely used to treat various diseases on account of its analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic, and immunosuppressive properties. The aim of this study was to evaluate the analgesic effect of isotalatizidine and its underlying mechanisms against neuropathic pain. A chronic constrictive injury (CCI)-induced model of neuropathic pain was established in mice, and the limb withdrawal was evaluated by the Von Frey filament test following isotalatizidine or placebo administration. The signaling pathways in primary or immortalized microglia cells treated with isotalatizidine were analyzed by Western blotting and immunofluorescence. Intrathecal injection of isotalatizidine attenuated the CCI-induced mechanical allodynia in a dose-dependent manner. At the molecular level, isotalatizidine selectively increased the phosphorylation of p38 and ERK1/2, in addition to activating
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Traditional flying ointment contained some quite peculiar odds and ends, and honestly there was no real need for all of such. Among other, one would often find them containing Belladonna, Aconite or Aconite infusion, in some older records also Henbane and Hemlock. Others would contain the Angeles trumpet ( several species of Datura or Brugmanisa ). Mentioned plants contain alkaloids, such as scopolamine ( highly toxic, found in Henbane, as well as in Datura, along with Hyosocamine ) , atropine ( found mostly in Deadly Nightshade or Belladona and also Datura , along with traces of DMT ), coniine and N-methyconiine ( Hemlock ) and so on. In general , they act as anticholinergics , deliriants, hallucinogens and plainly poisons , with high rate of fatality. However, properly dosed many are used medicinally, and they all have very predictable biochemical mechanism. That by no means says I am advocating use of such , more so without substantial knowledge of applied or clinical biochemistry and human ...
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Pattern of symptoms: chills and fever, sweat and palpitations, pain, feelings of fear, anxiety, shock; symptoms begin suddenly, are acute or at an early sta...
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Herbs in Mythology. Aconite- Aconitum napellus - Monkshood, Wolfs Bane - Name derived from Aconae, supposed place of origin. It is said that it is an invention of Hecate, goddess of sorcery and witchcraft. Medea another sorceress and wife of King Aegeus was jealous of Theseus, the kings son, and tried to destroy him with a drought of aconite, but the king discovered the plot and saved Theseus. The old men who were infirmed were given droughts of Aconite. All parts of this herb are poisonous, but the root is most often used. It was used in the witches brew and gave a sensation of flying. It is used medicinally as a diuretic and diaphoretic.. Artemisia- Artemisia absinthium- Named after Artemis or Diana, goddess of the hunt. Wormwood was the Artemisia of Greek Mythology. It was used medicinally as a direct poison of parasites. If overdosed, it affected the eyes and could cause convulsions. An ancient proverb is as bitter as wormwood.. Bluebell - Hyacinthus nonscriptus - Flower of grief and ...
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Some of the most popularly grown shade-loving perennials include Aconitum (Aconite), Acanthus (Bears Breech), Anemone (windflower), Astilbe, Begonia, Caladium (grown for foliage color, not flowers), Campanula (bellflower), Clivia, Cyclamen, Dicentra (bleeding heart), Gentian, Hosta, Impatiens, Lilies of all kinds, Primrose, Saxifrage, Vinca and Viola (pansy ...
The anti-tumor effect of aconitine in melanoma cell line B16 has been studied in this paper. We found that B16 cells showed significantly reduced growth rates and increased apoptotic effects in the presence of aconitine. Furthermore, aconitine inhibited the PI3K/AKT and MAPK/ERK1/2 signaling pathways, thus regulating the levels of protein and mRNA of PCNA and apoptotic related signaling molecules. Above all, we found that aconitine showed an anti-melanoma effect in suppressing tumor growth in vivo. In conclusion, we show that aconitine may be a useful anticancer drug in the future.
A lectin was isolated from root tubers of winter aconite (Eranthis hyemalis) by affinity chromatography on fetuin-agarose, and it was partially characterized with respect to its biochemical, physicochemical and carbohydrate-binding properties. The Eranthis hyemalis lectin is a dimeric protein (Mr 62000) composed of two different subunits of Mr 30000 and 32000, held together by disulphide bonds. It is especially rich in asparagine/aspartic acid, glutamine/glutamic acid and leucine, and contains 5% covalently bound carbohydrate. Hapten inhibition assays indicated that the winter-aconite lectin is specific for N-acetylgalactosamine. In addition, the lectin exhibits a pronounced specificity towards blood-group-O erythrocytes. The winter-aconite lectin is the first lectin to be isolated from a species belonging to the plant family Ranunculaceae. It appears to be different from all previously described plant lectins.. ...
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Heat syndrome is a folk saying in China, which is used to describe people with symptoms such as aphtha, oral ulcer, glossitis, swelling and aching of gingiva, and dry eye.|i| Aconitum carmichaelii |/i|Debx. (A),|i| Zingiber officinale |/i|Rosc. (Z), and|i| Cinnamomum cassia|/i| Presl (C) are the representatives of pungent and hot Chinese herbs which may cause heat syndrome. In order to explore the mechanism of pungent herbs-induced heat syndrome, rats were treated with AZC extracts at different concentrations and at different time periods. A series of cytokines were determined using the cytokine antibody array; some immunosuppressive cytokines, including TGF-|i|β|/i|, IL-10, and IL-35, significantly increased in AZC group as compared with control group. Higher mRNA expressions of Foxp3, TGF-|i|β|/i|, IL-10, and IL-35 were found in the spleen and thymus of rats after treatment for 18 days based on RT-PCR. Flow cytometry result revealed that the percentage of CD4|sup|+|/sup|CD25|sup|+|/sup| Treg cells
Introduction: Bidirectional ventricular tachycardia (BVT) is a rare arrhythmia characterized by QRS complexes with an axis in the frontal plane alternating polarity in the precordial leads and right bundle branch block (RBBB) morphology. To the best of our knowledge, there is no previous report in dilated cardiomyopathy or in the context of a probable peripartum cardiomyopathy. Case Presentation: A 26-year-old, 9-month female patient, with no significant past medical history (the patient denies medication intake, herbs like aconite, trouble during delivery, any heart issues or family history of sudden death or cardiomyopathies) who presents to the emergency room due to 11 days of dyspnea, exacerbated by daily activities, orthopnea, and paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea ...
De Materia Medica (Latin name for the Greek work Περὶ ὕλης ἰατρικῆς, Peri hules iatrikēs, both meaning On Medical Material) is a pharmacopoeia of herbs and the medicines that can be obtained from them. The five-volume work describes many drugs known to be effective, including aconite, aloes, colocynth, colchicum, henbane, opium and squill. In all, about 600 plants are covered, along with some animals and mineral substances, and around 1000 medicines made from them. The work was written between 50 and 70 AD by Pedanius Dioscorides, a Greek physician in the Roman army. It was widely read for more than 1,500 years until supplanted by revised herbals in the Renaissance, making it one of the longest-lasting of all natural history books. De Materia Medica was circulated as illustrated manuscripts, copied by hand, in Greek, Latin and Arabic throughout the mediaeval period. From the sixteenth century on, Dioscorides text was translated into Italian, German, Spanish, and French, ...
Liver Calmness Comfortability Capsule. (gan tai shu jiao nang). Ingredients:. Dida (zhangyacai), zachimanba (shankumai), bangga (tanggula aconite), baerbada (jieliejiao anise), costus root, bark of little cork tree, astragalus root, licorice.. Functions and Indications:. Clearing heat, resolving toxin, soothing liver, and excreting bile. This product is used to treat hepatitis B which is of the damp heat type.. Administration:. To be taken orally, two to four capsules each time, three times a day.. Pregnant women are not allowed to take this product. Please check the liver function regularly while using this product.. Email: ...
this plant is indigenous; that it was produced by it was first learnt by Dr. WALLICH in Nepal; the fact was confirmed by Dr. Govnnin Sirmore, andthe information communicated to the author on the same mountains was, that Bilrh is the name applied to At-onitum ferox and Meetha tellia to the root, which, though a violent poison, is occasionally used in medicine. It may further be stated, that the specimens of Aconitum ferow in the authors Herharium, have the fusiform roots attached side by side, black and wrinkled externally, and of a brownish colour internally; they impress upon the tongue and fauces a peculiar burning sensation, and increase the flow of saliva, as is described to be the case with the Bikh. They moreover exactly resemble the specimens brought in the Indian bazars, of Meetka tellia, in the authors collection of Materia Medica.. Both Drs. Bucnau.-us aHdWALLICH have mentioned the uncertainty and confusion existing in the names of the several articles of the Indian Materia Medica. ...
Eranthis hyemalis is commonly known as Winter Aconite. Carolyn Walker has written an informative blog post with many photos about this species. It is a native of European woods with yellow flowers. It is common to see spectacular patches where they have been left alone to spread through areas covered with stone chippings. Flowering occurs early in the year, only just later than the snowdrops. In his magnum work on seed germination (see HowToGrowBulbsFromSeed) Norman Deno picked this species as an exemplar of seed that will not stand dry storage, requires a warm period to break down germination inhibiting chemicals and will germinate at low temperatures (40 °F). It will only keep growing as long as it is cold and since success depends on keeping seedlings growing as long as possible it is wise to avoid exposing plant pots to the sun. Photos by John Lonsdale. ...
Colds are viral infections that take hold when the bodys resistance is low because of fatigue, nutritional deficiencies, or stress. Typical symptoms include: a stuffy or runny nose, sneezing, watery eyes, moderate fever, achiness or lethargy, and often sore throat or coughing. Homeopathic remedies can help relieve these symptoms and encourage the bodys healing response.. Aconitum napellus: This remedy can be indicated in the early stages of a cold, if symptoms are intense and come on suddenly. Exposure to cold and wind, or a stressful or traumatic experience may precipitate the illness. Symptoms include a dry stuffy nose with a hot thin discharge, tension in the chest, a scratchy throat, and choking cough. The person often feels thirsty, chilly, anxious, and agitated.. Allium cepa: This remedy is often indicated when a person has watery eyes that sting, a teasing cough, much sneezing, and a runny nose with clear discharge that irritates the nostrils and upper lip. The nose usually runs when ...
Homeopathic medicines are often effective in treating the acute symptoms of coughs, though professional constitutional care is usually necessary to achieve a deeper level of cure of chronic respiratory problems. Some common homeopathic remedies for cough include aconitum, which is for children who wake from sleep with a dry, hoarse, croupy cough, which tends to be worse at night and after midnight.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Potbellied pig breeder Nancy Shepherd has a checklist of must-haves before shipping a litter of 8-week-old pigs to adoptive homes.. She gives them a homeopathic regimen for preflight jitters: ignatia for grief and separation anxiety, Rescue Remedy for stress and aconite for fright.. For her own peace of mind, Shepherd relies on a pet travel agency, having suffered through years of arranging the travel herself.. Id say, Where have you been all my life? Shepherd said of her pet travel agent, John McGee, who founded Pet Air three years ago. John takes care of everything. Ive never had a problem.. McGees Kansas City-based firm is one of 65 domestic and 35 foreign members of the Independent Pet and Animal Transportation Association International, an industry group known as IPATA. The associations members handle the arrangements for shipping not only cats, dogs and other family pets, but all kinds of animals within the United States and around the world.. Pet Air grew ...
Neurovegetative dystonia that affects the parasympathetic nervous system can be treated with 3 granules of Aconite 15 CH and Ignatia 15 CH at the time of attacks. In some cases, it is advised to take 2 granules of Ignatia 5 CH three times a day.. If muscle spasms are linked to gastric, respiratory and intestinal cramps, the recommended homoeopathic remedy is Cuprum 5 CH, of which 3 granules need to be taken once a day. This treatment is also suitable for hypersensitive and asthenic people who suffer from convulsions caused by the neurovegetative dystonia.. If the disease leads to psychomotor sexual arousal that worsens to the touch or during periods of menstruation, it is advisable to take three granules of Hyoscyamus 5 CH once a day.. ...
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Hylands leg cramps ointment is a natural, homeopathic remedy specially formulated with aconitum napellus and beeswax to help relax calf and foot cramps. One 2.5 oz. Bottle of hylands is a fast-acting warming ointment to deeply penetrate and relieve your leg cramps caused by a heavy work out or even just a long car ri
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Different classes of neurons in the CNS utilize endogenous cannabinoids as retrograde messengers to shape afferent activity inside a brief- and long-lasting fashion. Within this construction, the recent breakthrough the fact Hypaconitine that endocannabinoid 2-arachidonoyl-glycerol is certainly released by midbrain dopaminergic neurons, under both physiological synaptic activity to modulate afferent inputs and pathological circumstances such as for example ischemia, is specially interesting for the feasible implication of the molecules in human brain features and dysfunctions. Since dopamine dysfunctions underlie different neuropsychiatric disorders including schizophrenia, psychoses, and medication addiction, the need for better understanding the relationship between an unbalanced endocannabinoid indication as Hypaconitine well as the dopamine program is sustained. Additionally, we will review the data from the participation from the endocannabinoid program in the pathogenesis of Parkinsons ...
Different classes of neurons in the CNS utilize endogenous cannabinoids as retrograde messengers to shape afferent activity inside a brief- and long-lasting fashion. Within this construction, the recent breakthrough the fact Hypaconitine that endocannabinoid 2-arachidonoyl-glycerol is certainly released by midbrain dopaminergic neurons, under both physiological synaptic activity to modulate afferent inputs and pathological circumstances such as for example ischemia, is specially interesting for the feasible implication of the molecules in human brain features and dysfunctions. Since dopamine dysfunctions underlie different neuropsychiatric disorders including schizophrenia, psychoses, and medication addiction, the need for better understanding the relationship between an unbalanced endocannabinoid indication as Hypaconitine well as the dopamine program is sustained. Additionally, we will review the data from the participation from the endocannabinoid program in the pathogenesis of Parkinsons ...
Syndrome due to the effect of exogenous wind-cold pathogens and Yang insufficiency, marked by chills, low fever and deep pulse; including such diseases with the above symptoms as chronic bronchitis, chronic nephritis, rheumatic arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, etc.. ...
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... "rhizome of Aconitum, Chinese monkshood") or caowu (草烏; "Aconitum kusnezofflin; Kusnezoff monkshood"). Lu Gwei-Djen and Joseph ...
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Aconitum Delphinium Jabbour, Florian; Renner, Susanne (2011). "Resurrection of the genus Staphisagria J. Hill, sister to all ... Jabbour, Florian; Renner, Susanne S. (2012). "A phylogeny of Delphinieae (Ranunculaceae) shows that Aconitum is nested within ...
Aconitum can be lethal. The Dutch historian Frank Dikötter suggests, "Resembling fresh blood, the realgar was probably an early ... "Aconitum lycoctonum; monkshood"), and guixin (桂心 "Cinnamomum cassia; cinnamon; cassia-bark tree"). Sailey criticizes a "number ... Cinnamomum cassia and Aconitum sp.). Besides giving this detailed hanshisan formula, the Qianjinfang ironically warns the ...
C. bisma = Aconitum undetermined sp. C. camschatica = Oxygraphis glacialis C. codua = Aconitum undetermined sp. C. glacialis = ... Oxygraphis glacialis C. hiranoi = Ranunculus ficaria C. nirbisia = Aconitum undetermined sp. C. officinalis = Calendula ...
Aconitum carmichaelii, rhizome of Aconitum, or Chinese monkshood"), yang jin hua (洋金花, Flos Daturae metelis, or Datura ... His formula is believed to have contained some combination of: bai zhi (Angelica dahurica), cao wu (草烏, Aconitum kusnezoffii, ... Aconitum sp., monkshood or wolfsbane); 2 parts chuān ban xia (Pinellia ternata); 2 parts chuān xiōng (Ligusticum wallichii, ... Aconitum kusnezoffii, Kusnezoff's monkshood, or wolfsbane root), chuān xiōng (Ligusticum wallichii, or Szechuan lovage), dong ...
"Diterpene alkaloids from Aconitum anthora and assessment of the hERG-inhibiting ability of Aconitum alkaloids" (PDF). Planta ... Sakai, S.; Shinma, N.; Hasegawa, S.; Okamoto, T. (1978). "On the Alkaloids of Aconitum gigas Lev. et Van. and the structure of ... Gigactonine has been reported as the main alkaloid in the flowers of Aconitum lycoctonum and has been isolated from Delphinium ... Gigactonine was reported in 1978 after its isolation from Aconitum gigas. Although a novel structure at that time, it was ...
Sakai, S.; Shinma, N.; Hasegawa, S.; Okamoto, T. (1978). "On the Alkaloids of Aconitum gigas Lev. et Van. and the structure of ... Pelletier, S.W.; Keith, L.H. (1970). Chapter 1 Diterpene Alkaloids from Aconitum, Delphinium, and Garry a Species: The C19- ... The compounds co-occur in Aconitum variegatum and many species of Delphinium including Delphinium ajacis and other Consolida ... Díaz, Jesús G.; Ruiza, Juan García; Herz, Werner (April 2005). "Norditerpene and diterpene alkaloids from Aconitum variegatum ...
Toxic effects are also frequent with Aconitum. To avoid its toxic adverse effects Xanthium sibiricum must be processed. ...
... being an antidote for aconitum and snakebite; treating pleurisy, pneumonia, cough, sciatica, epilepsy, vertigo, asthma, and ...
A. Saidkhodzhaeva and M. F. Faskhutdinov (1995). "Panicudine - A new alkaloid from Aconitum paniculatum". Chemistry of Natural ... first isolated from Aconitum paniculatum. It has empirical formula C20H25NO3 and a melting point of 249-250 °C. The structure ... "Hetisine-Type Diterpenoid Alkaloids from the Bhutanese Medicinal Plant Aconitum orochryseum". J. Nat. Prod. 70 (11): 1808-1811 ...
5. New nomenclatural combinations in Dianthus and Aconitum. - Ann. Bot. Fennici 22: 219-221. Jalas, J. & Suominen, J. (ed.) ...
The specific epithet, aconitifolius, means "Aconitum-like leaves". It has succulent stems that exude a milky sap when cut. The ...
Lurida terribiles miscent aconita novercae. adjective a, adjective b, VERB, noun A, noun B (abVAB) "fearsome stepmothers mix ... Lurida terribiles miscent aconita novercae. (Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.147) Pendula flaventem pingebat bractea crinem." These lines ...
Aconitum carmichaelii, rhizome of Aconitum, or "Chinese monkshood"), yang jin hua (洋金花, Flos Daturae metelis, or Datura ... Aconitum kusnezoffii, Aconitum kusnezoffii, Kusnezoff's monkshood, or wolfsbane root), chuān xiōng (Chinese:川芎,Ligusticum ... Aconitum sp., monkshood or wolfsbane); 2 parts chuān ban xia (Pinellia ternata); 2 parts chuān xiōng (Ligusticum wallichii, ... these civilizations pioneered the use of cannabis incense and aconitum. c. 400 BC, the Sushruta Samhita (a text from the Indian ...
Carmichael's Monkshood (Aconitum napellus, Aconitum carmichaelii, Aconitum japonicum subsp. napiforme?) Common mallow (Malva ...
The genus Bessera was named after him by Julius Hermann Schultes (1804-1840). The species Aconitum besserianum is also named ...
He completed his studies on the pharmacological uses of Aconitum. In 1960, he joined the board of trustee of the Japanese ...
The Chinese used Aconitum poisons both for hunting and warfare. The Caribs of the Caribbean used poisons made from the sap of ... Several species of Aconitum or "aconite," belonging to the buttercup family, have been used as arrow poisons. The Minaro in ... The Ainus in Japan used a species of Aconitum to hunt brown bear. It was also used by the Butias and Lepchas in Sikkim and ... the tubers of wild aconitum are boiled in water. The resulting liquid, being highly viscous and poisonous, is smeared on the ...
Further genetic analysis has shown that the two large subgenera Aconitum (Aconitum) and Aconitum (Lycoctonum) are the sister ... To make Aconitum monophyletic, A. gymnandrum has now been reassigned to a new monotypic genus, Gymnaconitum. Finally, Consolida ... Jabbour, Florian; Renner, Susanne S. (2012). "A phylogeny of Delphinieae (Ranunculaceae) shows that Aconitum is nested within ... Jabbour, Florian; Renner, Susanne S. (March 2012). "A phylogeny of Delphinieae (Ranunculaceae) shows that Aconitum is nested ...
Another popular hybrid created by Arends is Aconitum x arendsii. Arends created around 350 hybrids that bear his name. Arends' ...
Caterpillars feed on Delphinium dubium, maybe also on Aconitum species. They are fully grown at the end of June, while adults ...
Larvae feed on Aconitum rubicundum, Taraxacum, Plantago and Polygonum species. Savela, Markku. "Borearctia Dubatolov, 1984". ... larva on Aconitum rubicundum Fischer (Ranunculaceae) in Eastern Siberia" Pitkin, Brian & Jenkins, Paul (November 5, 2004). " ...
Main host plants are Aconitum variegatum and Vaccinium vitis-idaea. This species can be found in Austria, Bosnia and ...
The larvae primarily feed on Delphinium consolida and Aconitum napellus. Savela, Markku. "Periphanes Hübner, 1821". Lepidoptera ...
The meadows include the genera Poa, Meconopsis, Pedicularis, Primula, and Aconitum. The region has a four-month growing season ...
The specific epithet aconitiflorus means "with a flower like Aconitum (monkshood)". In 2002, David Jones, Mark Clements and ...
In February 2013, the Department of Health of Hong Kong found potentially toxic undeclared aconitum alkaloids in samples of ... "Recall of proprietary Chinese medicines with undeclared aconitum alkaloids (with photos)". www.info.gov.hk. Retrieved 2018-12- ...
Aconitum lycoctomum. Illustration #50 in: Martin Cilenšek: Naše škodljive rastline, Celovec (1892) ... Retrieved from "https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Aconitum_lycoctonum&oldid=183318805" ...
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Aconitum anthoroideum Aconitum album Aconitum axilliflorum Aconitum baburinii Aconitum baicalense Aconitum barbatum Aconitum ... Aconitum ochotense Aconitum orientale Aconitum paniculatum Aconitum paradoxum Aconitum pascoi Aconitum pavlovae Aconitum ... Aconitum jaluense Aconitum japonicum Aconitum jenisseense Aconitum karafutense Aconitum karakolicum Aconitum kirinense Aconitum ... Aconitum ajanense Aconitum albo-violaceum Aconitum altaicum Aconitum ambiguum Aconitum angusticassidatum Aconitum anthora ( ...
A list of US medications equivalent to Vinpocetine-aconitum is available on the Drugs.com website. ... Vinpocetine-aconitum is a medicine available in a number of countries worldwide. ... Vinpocetine-aconitum may be available in the countries listed below.. Ingredient matches for Vinpocetine-aconitum. Vinpocetine ...
The Plant List (KEW): Aconitum plicatum (2018-05-03) Encyclopedia of Life: Aconitum plicatum (2018-05-03) Kew Science: Aconitum ... Aconitum plicatum is also cultivated as ornamental plant. Aconitum plicatum is a tall spindly erect to scandent forb which is ... Aconitum plicatum is poisonous due to the presence of alkaloids like aconitine. Currently 2 subspecies are accepted: Aconitum ... Aconitum plicatum is a species of flowering plant in the buttercup family known by the common name garden monkshood. This ...
Aconitum delphiniifolium. click on image to enlarge. © Copyright Mel Harte 2010 Email full-size image and text title. Aconitum ... IM/I_MEL/0036/320/Aconitum_delphiniifolium,I_MEL3673.jpg. width=320 x height=240 pixels; size=30398 bytes Discover Life , Top ... identification and distribution of Aconitum delphiniifolium image ...
Aconitum chasmanthum is listed as critically endangered,[28] Aconitum heterophyllum as endangered,[29] and Aconitum violaceum ... Aconitum × platanifolium (A. lycoctonum ssp. neapolitanum × ssp. vulparia). *Aconitum × zahlbruckneri (A. napellus ssp. vulgare ... "Aconitum carmichaelii (Wilsonii Group) Kelmscott". RHS. Retrieved 27 February 2020.. *^ "Aconitum Bressingham Spire". Royal ... "Aconitum chasmanthum". Iucnredlist.org. 2014-07-18. Retrieved 15 January 2018.. *^ "Aconitum heterophyllum". Iucnredlist.org. ...
Aconitum balfourii is a PERENNIAL. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees. ... Aconitum balfourii is a PERENNIAL. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees. ... Aconitum napellus. Aconite, Venus chariot, Wolfsbane Garden, Monks Hood Garden. 1. 2. ...
Aconitum orientale is a PERENNIAL growing to 1.5 m (5ft) by 0.3 m (1ft in). It is hardy to zone (UK) 6. It is in flower from ... Aconitum dienorrhizum. Perennial. 0.0. - LMH. SN. M. 0. 1. Aconitum ferox. Indian aconite. Perennial. 1.0. 5-9 LMH. SN. M. 0. 1 ... Aconitum japonicum. Perennial. 1.0. 4-8 LMH. SN. M. 0. 2. Aconitum koreanum. Korean Monks Hood. Perennial. 1.5. - LMH. SN. M. ... Aconitum chinense. Perennial. 1.2. 5-9 LMH. SN. M. 0. 1. Aconitum columbianum. Columbian monkshood. Perennial. 0.2. 0-0 LMH. SN ...
Latin Name Pronunciation: a-ko-nyetum SPACING: 18-24in, DEPTH: Level (potted)/1in (bareroot).. CULTURE: Good rich, evenly moist but well-drained soil. Full sun to partial shade (partial shade is required in warm inland areas of the West). Fares poorly in hot, dry sites. Slow to become established but in time forms impressive clumps. Long lived where conditions suit it. In partial shade, Sparks Variety may require staking, or a sturdy neighbor, to keep it upright. Deer and rabbit resistant.. PROBLEMS: Seldom has disease or pest problems. All parts are very poisonous and should not be planted near vegetables or where children play.. SUGGESTED USE: Good addition for the back of the border, or for a cutting garden. Combines well with Echinacea, Helenium and fall-blooming Anemone.. ...
Aconitum delphinifolium DC.. References[edit]. *Systema naturae, sive regna tria naturae systematice proposita per classes... 1 ... Genus: Aconitum. Species: Aconitum delphinifolium. Name[edit]. ...
Aconitum napellus synonyms, Aconitum napellus pronunciation, Aconitum napellus translation, English dictionary definition of ... Noun 1. Aconitum napellus - a poisonous herb native to northern Europe having hooded blue-purple flowers; the dried leaves and ... Aconitum napellus - definition of Aconitum napellus by The Free Dictionary https://www.thefreedictionary.com/Aconitum+napellus ... Aconitum napellus. Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia. ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: ...
Database link: Japanese Monkshood (Aconitum japonicum). Status: Want. Extra details and availability ...
Aconitum Napellus Aconitinum, Aconite, Aconitum, Monkshood, Aconit napel Acon.. Available in 3X-30X, 2C-30C, 200C, 1M-100M, 30C ... Show reverse lookup of Aconitum Napellus relationships from all sources. ▲ MIND. Mind. Great fear, anxiety, and worry accompany ... Physical and mental restlessness, fright, is the most characteristic manifestation of Aconitum Napellus. Acute, sudden, and ... Agrostis acts like Aconitum Napellus. in fever and inflammations, also Spiranthes.. Complementary. Complementary: Coffea Tosta ...
some highly TOXIC (Aconitum, Actaea, Delphinium, Ranunculus ). Reference: [Duncan & Keener 1991 Phytologia 70:24 27]. ACONITUM ... Retrieve Jepson Interchange Index to Plant Names entry for Aconitum columbianum Retrieve dichotomous key for Aconitum Overlay ...
Aconitum Napellus - Skin symptoms Aconitinum, Aconite, Aconitum, Monkshood, Aconit napel Acon.. Available in 3X-30X, 2C-30C, ... Aconitum Napellus. General Mind Vertigo, Dizziness Nose Head Modalities Etc Eyes Fever And Chill Ears Face Mouth Throat Abdomen ...
Aconitum napellus L. (leaves, roots and galenical preparations) Extractives and their physically modified derivatives such as ... Aconitum napellus, ext.. Extractives and their physically modified derivatives such as tinctures, concretes, absolutes, ... Aconitum napellus L. (Ranunculaceae), extract Extractives and their physically modified derivatives such as tinctures, ... Aconitum napellus, ext. Extractives and their physically modified derivatives such as tinctures, concretes, absolutes, ...
While the source of aconitine, especially in China, is usually Aconitum carmichaeli (chuanwu) or Aconitum kuznezoffii (caowu), ... Aconitum napellus (A. napellus, also known as monkshood or wolfsbane) is a perennial herb often grown as an ornamental plant ... A 21-year-old man acquired Aconitum napellus plants after reading a book on herbal medicine. He ground up the roots of the ... She had boiled Aconitum napellus leaves and stalks. She mixed this with a few tablets of triazolam (used for insomnia) in a ...
Aconite (Aconitum Napellus). Part 4. Diseases of Women. - Turning our attention specially to the congestive and inflammatory ...
Aconitum is the most commonly grown ornamental variety.All parts of Aconitum are poisonous if ingested or if the sap comes in ... Aconitum is the most commonly grown ornamental variety.. All parts of Aconitum are poisonous if ingested or if the sap comes in ... Aconitum fischeri. Common Name: Monkshood. Ships As: Perennial Bareroot #1 Grade. This is one of the few almost true blue ...
Aconitum in literature. File:Aconitum-noveboracense01.jpg Northern Blue Monkshood (Aconitum noveboracense) ... Aconitum × platanifolium (A. lycoctonum ssp. neapolitanum × ssp. vulparia). *Aconitum × zahlbruckneri (A. napellus ssp. vulgare ... Aconitum palmatum yields another of the bikh poisons. The root of Aconitum luridum, of the Himalaya, is said to be as virulent ... Many species of Aconitum are cultivated in gardens, having either blue or yellow flowers. Aconitum lycoctonum (Alpine wolfsbane ...
This poisonous perennial graces many flower borders because of the beautiful, hooded, deep blue flowers borne on spikes in mid to late summer. Foliage is m
Aconitum dolichorhynchum W. T. Wang, Fl. Reipubl. Popularis Sin. 27: 606. 1979. 长柱乌头 chang zhu wu tou Caudex carrot-shaped, ca ...
Aconitum jiulongense W. T. Wang, Acta Bot. Yunnan. 6: 371. 1984. 九龙乌头 jiu long wu tou Caudex obconical or carrot-shaped, 3.5--4 ...
Rajan Sankaran presents his remedy picture of Aconitum nappelus. Excitability, restlessness, feeling of sudden threat and panic ... Aconitum napellus is a plant. The remedy prepared from it belongs to the acute miasm and is, in fact, the most acute of all our ... But Aconitum is also very, very restless. There is anxious restlessness. Pierre Schmidt feels it is the most important remedy ... We must look for an excitable person and not a calm one, if we are to prescribe Aconitum - one who cannot take anything easy; ...
... were isolated from the EtOH extract of the lateral roots of Aconitum carmichaelii, together with five known compounds: fuziline ... Keywords: Aconitum carmichaelii; lateral root; alkaloids; bioactivities Aconitum carmichaelii; lateral root; alkaloids; ... Xiong L, Peng C, Xie X-F, Guo L, He C-J, Geng Z, Wan F, Dai O, Zhou Q-M. Alkaloids Isolated from the Lateral Root of Aconitum ... Two new alkaloids, aconicarmine (1) and aconicaramide (5), were isolated from the EtOH extract of the lateral roots of Aconitum ...
Aconitum anthoroideum DC. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Aconitum (family ... Aconitum anthora var. anthoroideum (DC.) Regel. Synonym. WCSP (in review). Further information. The following databases may ...
Elegant flowers of Columbian monkshood (aconitum columbianum), along the Bechler Falls Trail, Yellowstone National Park, ... Photographs of Aconitum Columbianum. Previous Photo. Elegant flowers of Columbian monkshood (aconitum columbianum), along the ... Keywords: Ranunculaceae, Aconitum Columbianum, Wyoming, wildflowers, blue flowers, flowering plants. License/purchase this ...
Tags: aconitum napellus, aconitum napellus 30c, aconitum napellus 6c, blue tubes, dry skin, fever, monkshood ... Aconitum napellus. About. Fever. Uses:*. *Main Indication: High fever of sudden onset with dry skin ... Aconitum napellus 3X to 30X - 3C to 30C HPUS. The letters HPUS indicate that this ingredient is officially included in the ... Aconitum napellus is available in a multi-dose tube, with approx. 80 pellets. ...
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  • Aconitum plicatum is a species of flowering plant in the buttercup family known by the common name garden monkshood. (wikipedia.org)
  • Aconitum napellus (monkshood): This is the first remedy to think of for fear and panic in a natural or other disaster, whether it is an earthquake, landslide, attack, riots, or other shocking event. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Aconitum napellus (A. napellus, also known as monkshood or wolfsbane) is a perennial herb often grown as an ornamental plant due to its attractive blue to dark purple flowers. (poison.org)
  • Aconitum napellus , monkshood [internet video]. (poison.org)
  • Aconitum ( A-co-ní-tum ), known as aconite , monkshood , or wolfsbane , is a genus of flowering plant belonging to the buttercup family ( Ranunculaceae ). (wikidoc.org)
  • The most common plant in this genus, Aconitum napellus (the Common Monkshood) was considered to be of therapeutic and toxicological importance. (wikidoc.org)
  • A conite (aconitum napellus) is another name for wolfsbane or monkshood. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Aconitum ), monkshood, a genus of perennial herbaceous plants of the family Ranunculaceae. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Aconitum napellus is a homoeopathic remedy that is developed from the plant of the same name belonging to the Ranunculaceae family and that is also known as Monkshood or Wolf's Bane. (homeopathyguide.net)
  • Monkshood, aconitum, is closely related to larkspur (delphinium). (gardenersworld.com)
  • Aconitum napellus is also known as monkshood, wolfsbane and aconite. (gardenersworld.com)
  • Overview The Aconitum, also known as the Aconite, Wolf's-bane and Monkshood are poisonous plants with tall, spiky flower. (gopetsamerica.com)
  • Aconitum flowers, or monkshood, source of one of the most important homeopathic remedies associated with the novel coronavirus and COVID-19. (planetwaves.net)
  • Aconite (Aconitum Napellus). (chestofbooks.com)
  • It was then called Aconite (the English form of its Greek and Latin name), later Wolf's Bane, the direct translation of the Greek Iycotonum , derived from the idea that arrows tipped with the juice, or baits anointed with it, would kill wolves - the species mentioned by Dioscorides seems to have been Aconitum lycotonum . (goatworld.com)
  • The word Aconitum comes from the word "akone," meaning "rocky," which is the type of area where the aconite plant grows. (realfoodstore.com)
  • Aconitum heterophyllum or Ativisa or Ativisha is an Aconite, i.e., it belongs to genus aconite. (medicinalplantsanduses.com)
  • This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Aconitum (family Ranunculaceae ). (theplantlist.org)
  • any of several species of the genus Aconitum of the family Ranunculaceae ( buttercup buttercup or crowfoot, common name for the Ranunculaceae, a family of chiefly annual or perennial herbs of cool regions of the Northern Hemisphere. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • It comes under genus Aconitum of family Ranunculaceae. (medicinalplantsanduses.com)
  • Several Aconitum hybrids, such as the Arendsii form of Aconitum carmichaelii, have won gardening awards - such as the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit. (wikipedia.org)
  • Two new alkaloids, aconicarmine ( 1 ) and aconicaramide ( 5 ), were isolated from the EtOH extract of the lateral roots of Aconitum carmichaelii , together with five known compounds: fuziline ( 2 ), neoline ( 3 ), N -ethylhokbusine B ( 4 ), 5-hydroxymethylpyrrole-2-carbaldehyde ( 6 ), and oleracein E ( 7 ). (mdpi.com)
  • Zhou, Q.-M. Alkaloids Isolated from the Lateral Root of Aconitum carmichaelii . (mdpi.com)
  • Aconitum carmichaelii is an important medicinal herb used widely in China, Japan, India, Korea, and other Asian countries. (mdpi.com)
  • Also unlike the genus Delphinium, there are no bright red nor intense pink Aconitum flowers, as none known are pollinated by hummingbirds. (wikipedia.org)
  • Any plant of the genus Aconitum . (thefreedictionary.com)
  • The genus Aconitum in the flora of Slovakia is represented by subgenera Aconitum, Lycoctonum and Anthora . (myspecies.info)
  • Ativisha or botanically Aconitum Heterophyllum is an important ayurvedic herb used in ayurvedic pediatric medicine. (ayurtimes.com)
  • The present study was to evaluate the antioxidant and nephroprotective activities of ethanolic extract of Aconitum heterophyllum root (EEAHR) in glycerol induced acute renal failure (ARF) in Wistar albino rats. (jcdr.net)
  • The present study revealed that Aconitum heterophyllum root has shown antioxidant and nephroprotective activities. (jcdr.net)
  • Botanical Name - Aconitum heterophyllum Wall. (indianmedicinalplants.info)
  • Aconitum heterophyllum plant has a straight, cylindrical stem, which is also pubescent on top. (medicinalplantsanduses.com)
  • The seeds of Aconitum heterophyllum plant are bright brown in colour. (medicinalplantsanduses.com)
  • In English, Aconitum heterophyllum is known as Indian Atees . (medicinalplantsanduses.com)
  • Ativisha's botanical name is Aconitum heterophyllum. (medicinalplantsanduses.com)
  • 1. nrDNA ITS sequence based SCAR marker to authenticate Aconitum heterophyllum and Cyperus rotundus in Ayurvedic raw drug source and prepared herbal products. (blogspot.com)
  • 3. Hypolipidemic effect of methanol fraction of Aconitum heterophyllum wall ex Royle and the mechanism of action in diet-induced obese rats. (blogspot.com)
  • 4. Physicochemical standardization and evaluation of in-vitro antioxidant activity of Aconitum heterophyllum Wall. (blogspot.com)
  • 5. Optimization of conditions for in vitro seed germination and shoot multiplication of Aconitum heterophyllum Wall. (blogspot.com)
  • 7. Quantitative determination of aconitine in Aconitum chasmanthum and Aconitum heterophyllum from Kashmir Himalayas using HPLC. (blogspot.com)
  • 8. Influence of pre-sowing treatments on in vitro seed germination of ativisha ( Aconitum heterophyllum Wall) of Uttarakhand. (blogspot.com)
  • 9. In vitro antimicrobial activity of aerial parts extracts of Aconitum heterophyllum Wall. (blogspot.com)
  • 10. A note on the floral morphology of Aconitum heterophyllum Wall. (blogspot.com)
  • Aconitum × platanifolium ( A. lycoctonum ssp. (wikidoc.org)
  • Aconitum lycoctonum (Alpine wolfsbane), is a yellow-flowered species common in the Alps of Switzerland . (wikidoc.org)
  • Aconitum lycoctonum , L. sinonimas. (fandom.com)
  • Aconitum plants that have purplish-blue flowers are often inaccurately referred to as having blue flowers, even though the purple tone dominates. (wikipedia.org)
  • A 21-year-old man acquired Aconitum napellus plants after reading a book on herbal medicine. (poison.org)
  • To view Aconitum plants offered near you, enter your postcode or log in . (greenplantswap.co.uk)
  • Aconitum plicatum is poisonous due to the presence of alkaloids like aconitine. (wikipedia.org)
  • While the source of aconitine, especially in China, is usually Aconitum carmichaeli (chuanwu) or Aconitum kuznezoffii (caowu), the toxicity is similar to A. napellus . (poison.org)
  • In the present study, three new aconitine-type diterpenoid alkaloids brochyponines A-C ( 1-3 ) were isolated from the roots of Aconitum brevicalcaratum. (scienceopen.com)
  • Aconitum Napellus 30c pellets from Ollois Homeopathic Medicine helps treat sudden fever and cough associated with the cold or flu. (swansonvitamins.com)
  • The roots of Aconitum ferox supply the Indian ( Nepal ) poison called bikh , bish , or nabee . (wikidoc.org)
  • The root of Aconitum luridum , of the Himalaya , is said to be as virulent as that of A. ferox or A. napellus . (wikidoc.org)
  • Aconitum plicatum is a tall spindly erect to scandent forb which is perennial from rhizomes. (wikipedia.org)
  • Aconitum balfourii is a PERENNIAL. (pfaf.org)
  • Aconitum orientale is a PERENNIAL growing to 1.5 m (5ft) by 0.3 m (1ft in). (pfaf.org)
  • Up to now, the polypharmacology of diterpene alkaloids isolated from Aconitum and Delphinium sp. (eurekaselect.com)
  • The dark green leaves of Aconitum species lack stipules. (wikipedia.org)
  • A medium to dark semi-saturated blue-purple is the typical flower color for Aconitum species. (wikipedia.org)
  • Aconitum species tend to be variable enough in form and color in the wild to cause debate and confusion among experts when it comes to species classification boundaries. (wikipedia.org)
  • There are over 250 species of Aconitum . (wikidoc.org)
  • Several species of Aconitum have been used as arrow poisons. (wikidoc.org)
  • The Minaro in Ladakh use A. napellus on their arrows to hunt ibex , while the Ainus in Japan used a species of Aconitum to hunt bear . (wikidoc.org)
  • Many species of Aconitum are cultivated in gardens, having either blue or yellow flowers. (wikidoc.org)
  • Aconitum napellus 'Newry Blue' has deep, indigo flowers held closely together to form a denser spire than the uncultivated species. (gardenersworld.com)
  • Among them the subgenus Aconitum is the richest and includes sections Aconitum and Cammarum DC. (myspecies.info)
  • The extract of an Oriental medicine "bushi", Aconitum japonicum roots (raw), was fractionated monitored by the analgesic activity in the tail pressure test, leading to the isolation of a mixture of the aconitines but no other constituents as the active principles. (elsevier.com)
  • Aconitum carmichaeli Debx (Cho O, Cheon Odu, Bu ja) and Aconitum sinomontanum Nakai (ASN), are representative medicinal Aconitum herbs. (e-jar.org)
  • Aconitum is typically more intense in color than Helleborus but less intense than Delphinium. (wikipedia.org)
  • Polypharmacology of Aconitum and Delphinium sp. (eurekaselect.com)
  • Diterpene alkaloids, Aconitum, Delphinium sp. (eurekaselect.com)
  • The key ingredient in the formula for Aconitum napellus 30C from Boiron is a flowering herb that has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. (blueskyvitamin.com)
  • Currently 2 subspecies are accepted: Aconitum plicatum subsp. (wikipedia.org)
  • plicatum, autonym Aconitum plicatum subsp. (wikipedia.org)
  • SBL Aconitum Radice Dilution is a multipurpose homeopathic solution which helps in treating several health complications. (1mg.com)
  • Se presenta la materia medica comparada de Aconitum Napellus , donde a pesar de su tradicional uso casi exclusivamente como agudo, se destaca la importancia de su nucleo mental caracteristico. (bvsalud.org)
  • Synonyms: Aconitum atees Royle, Aconitum cordatum Royle, Aconitum heterophyllumvar. (blogspot.com)
  • Heating of the raw Aconitum roots at 100°, which is one of the processing procedures of the crude drug, has brought about a rapid decrease of the analgesic activity with concomitant decrease of the content of the aconitines, demonstrating that the benzoylaconines produced by hydrolysis of the aconitines showed little or no analgesic activity. (elsevier.com)
  • Aconitum sinomontanum Nakai (ASN) has been reported to have analgesic effects. (e-jar.org)
  • All parts of Aconitum are toxic, with the roots being most toxic. (wikem.org)
  • Recently, we have investigated Aconitum cochleare Woroschin and obtained three new alkaloids cochleareine, acoleareine from the aerial parts of the plant and cochleareinine from the roots. (istanbul.edu.tr)
  • Not only is ALS Singapore accredited by SAC-SINGLAS for toxic metals and microbiological examination, but also Ephedra alkaloids and Aconitum alkaloids tests. (alsglobal.com)
  • Aconitum palmatum yields another of the bikh poisons. (wikidoc.org)
  • Wine red (or red-purple) occurs in a hybrid of the climber Aconitum hemsleyanum. (wikipedia.org)
  • Aconitum and Ephedrine were traditionally used in herbal medicines, especially in Propretary Chinese Medicine (CPM) and Ayurveda. (alsglobal.com)
  • Aconitum × sect. (myspecies.info)
  • The chromosomal and molecular PCR-ISSR+RAPD pattern of high-mountain Aconitum sect. (edu.pl)
  • [1] The Chinese also used Aconitum poisons both for hunting, [2] and for warfare. (wikidoc.org)
  • In a recent SAC-SINGLAS audit, ALS Singapore was accredited for two of these poisons (Aconitum Alkaloids and Ephedra Alkaloids), and can offer a simple solution for your testing requirements. (alsglobal.com)