Colchicum: A genus of poisonous, liliaceous plants. The roots (corms) of Colchicum autumnale, the fall crocus or meadow saffron, yield COLCHICINE, which is used as a biochemical tool and to treat gout. Other members of this genus yield saffron dye, flavoring agents, and aromatics.Liliaceae: A monocot family within the order Liliales. This family is divided by some botanists into other families such as Convallariaceae, Hyacinthaceae and Amaryllidaceae. Amaryllidaceae, which have inferior ovaries, includes CRINUM; GALANTHUS; LYCORIS; and NARCISSUS and are known for AMARYLLIDACEAE ALKALOIDS.Plants, Medicinal: Plants whose roots, leaves, seeds, bark, or other constituent parts possess therapeutic, tonic, purgative, curative or other pharmacologic attributes, when administered to man or animals.Pharmaceutical Preparations: Drugs intended for human or veterinary use, presented in their finished dosage form. Included here are materials used in the preparation and/or formulation of the finished dosage form.International Classification of Diseases: A system of categories to which morbid entries are assigned according to established criteria. Included is the entire range of conditions in a manageable number of categories, grouped to facilitate mortality reporting. It is produced by the World Health Organization (From ICD-10, p1). The Clinical Modifications, produced by the UNITED STATES DEPT. OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, are larger extensions used for morbidity and general epidemiological purposes, primarily in the U.S.Biological Products: Complex pharmaceutical substances, preparations, or matter derived from organisms usually obtained by biological methods or assay.Glafenine: An anthranilic acid derivative with analgesic properties used for the relief of all types of pain.Colchicine: A major alkaloid from Colchicum autumnale L. and found also in other Colchicum species. Its primary therapeutic use is in the treatment of gout, but it has been used also in the therapy of familial Mediterranean fever (PERIODIC DISEASE).Arachnoid: A delicate membrane enveloping the brain and spinal cord. It lies between the PIA MATER and the DURA MATER. It is separated from the pia mater by the subarachnoid cavity which is filled with CEREBROSPINAL FLUID.Euphausiacea: An order of pelagic, shrimplike CRUSTACEA. Many consume ZOOPLANKTON and a few are predacious. Many antarctic species, such as Euphausia superba, constitute the chief food of other animals.Butea: A plant genus of the family FABACEAE that contains butrin and isobutrin.Epimedium: A plant genus of the family BERBERIDACEAE which is used in DRUGS, CHINESE HERBAL. Members contain flavonol glycosides including epimedins, icariin and noricariin.Kalanchoe: A plant genus of the family CRASSULACEAE. Members contain bryophyllins (also called bryotoxins) which are bufadienolides (BUFANOLIDES) that have insecticidal activity.Hexanes: Six-carbon saturated hydrocarbon group of the methane series. Include isomers and derivatives. Various polyneuropathies are caused by hexane poisoning.Black Sea: An inland sea between Europe and Asia. It is connected with the Aegean Sea by the Bosporus, the Sea of Marmara, and the Dardanelles.Flowers: The reproductive organs of plants.Electronic Mail: Messages between computer users via COMPUTER COMMUNICATION NETWORKS. This feature duplicates most of the features of paper mail, such as forwarding, multiple copies, and attachments of images and other file types, but with a speed advantage. 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It is found in temperate, marine intertidal areas along rocky coasts and is a source of ALGINATES. Some species of Fucus are referred to as KELP.Viscum album: A plant species of the family VISCACEAE, order Santalales, subclass Rosidae. This is the traditional mistletoe of literature and Christmas. Members contain viscotoxin (5 kDa basic polypeptides related to thionins), beta-galactoside- and N-acetyl-D-galactosamine-specific lectin II (60 kDa), and polysaccharides. Mistletoe lectin I is a type 2 ribosome-inactivating protein. Commercial extracts include Plenosol, Eurixor, Helixor Isorel, Iscador, and NSC 635089 (ANTINEOPLASTIC AGENTS, PHYTOGENIC).Galium: A genus of herbaceous annual and perennial plants in the family RUBIACEAE.Conium: A plant genus of the family APIACEAE that is a source of coniine.Viscum: A plant genus in the family VISCACEAE, order Santalales, subclass Rosidae, class Magnoliopsida. Species of this genus contain cytotoxic LECTINS. 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Supplementary report on experimental autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale L.) poisoning in cattle: morphological evidence of apoptosis. (1/9)

Previously we reported that tissue destruction characterized by the presence of karyopyknotic, karyorrhectic and mitotically arrested cells was seen in alimentary epithelial cells and lymphocytes in the lymphoid and hemopoietic systems of cattle experimentally administered with autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale L.). This report deals with the mechanism of acute cellular injury following experimental autumn crocus poisoning in cattle as demonstrated by the in situ DNA strand break analysis and electron microscopy. The analyses revealed that cellular injury caused by autumn crocus was closely associated with apoptosis.  (+info)

Comparison of enterotoxicity between autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale L.) and colchicine in the guinea pig and mouse : enterotoxicity in the guinea pig differs from that in the mouse. (2/9)

Autumn crocus poisoning of cattle is characterized by severe diarrhea caused by alkaloid colchicine. Previously, we examined pathologically this poisoning in cattle and reported that enterotoxic lesions were closely associated with apoptosis. To examine enterotoxicity of autumn crocus more precisely, a reproductive study was performed using guinea pigs and mice, and pathological findings associated with autumn crocus poisoning were compared with those of colchicine. Each group of guinea pigs given the bulb of autumn crocus or colchicine exhibited severe diarrhea. Histopathological findings in intoxicated guinea pigs were entirely consistent with those in the autumn crocus-poisoned cattle. In contrast, each group of mice administered with the bulb or colchicine did not develop diarrhea. Our results confirmed that the toxicity of autumn crocus bulb is attributable to the toxicity of ingredient colchicine, and revealed that the guinea pig has high reproducibility of autumn crocus poisoning in cattle and colchicine poisoning in humans. It has been reported that the physiological mechanism of the apoptotic process for eliminating the enterocytes in the mouse and rat differs from that of the guinea pig, monkey, cattle and horse. Taking the observation that the former animals do not develop diarrhea, whereas the latter animals do so in the autumn crocus or colchicine poisoning into consideration, it would seem that the species-difference in enterotoxicity of autumn crocus may be closely associated with the physiological mechanism of eliminating the effete enterocytes.  (+info)

Accidental plant poisoning with Colchicum autumnale: report of two cases. (3/9)

Colchicine poisoning is a rare but serious and potentially fatal event, which results from food poisoning or overdose with drugs containing colchicine, with no currently available antidote. We report two cases of plant poisoning with Colchicum autumnale, in which the patients had identical initial symptoms but developed extremely different clinical courses. One patient recovered after only moderate gastroenteritis and liver injury, whereas the other died of rapid progressive multiple organ failure 52 h after the plant ingestion. We recommend that all patients suspected of colchicine intoxication due to its unpredictable outcome should be managed according to the principles of intensive care, irrespective of the actual degree of poisoning.  (+info)

Case report: fatal poisoning with Colchicum autumnale. (4/9)

INTRODUCTION: Colchicum autumnale, commonly known as the autumn crocus, contains alkaloid colchicine with antimitotic properties. CASE REPORT: A 76-year-old man with a history of alcoholic liver disease and renal insufficiency, who mistakenly ingested Colchicum autumnale instead of wild garlic (Aliium ursinum), presented with nausea, vomiting and diarrhea 12 hours after ingestion. On admission the patient had laboratory signs of dehydration. On the second day the patient became somnolent and developed respiratory insufficiency. The echocardiogram showed heart dilatation with diffuse hypokinesia with positive troponin I. The respiratory insufficiency was further deteriorated by pneumonia, confirmed by chest X-ray and later on by autopsy. Laboratory tests also revealed rhabdomyolysis, coagulopathy and deterioration of renal function and hepatic function. The toxicological analysis disclosed colchicine in the patient's urine (6 microgram/l) and serum (9 microgram/l) on the second day. Therapy was supportive with hydration, vasopressors, mechanical ventilation and antibiotics. On the third day the patient died due to asystolic cardiac arrest. DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION: Colchicine poisoning should be considered in patients with gastroenterocolitis after a meal of wild plants. Management includes only intensive support therapy. A more severe clinical presentation should be expected in patients with pre-existing liver and renal diseases. The main reasons for death are cardiovascular collapse, respiratory failure and leukopenia with infection.  (+info)

A fatal case of autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale) poisoning in a heifer: confirmation by mass-spectrometric colchicine detection. (5/9)

A heifer developed severe signs of acute gastrointestinal irritation 48 hr after ingesting fresh leaves of Colchicum autumnale growing on a damp meadow. Confirmation of the suspected toxicosis was obtained by detecting colchicine in serum and urine using liquid chromatography coupled with tandem mass spectrometry using atmospheric pressure chemical ionization. Although the serum colchicine concentration had declined to an apparently nontoxic level of 2.4 ng/ml, a more prominent concentration (640 ng/ml) indicative of colchicine poisoning was detected in the urine. This finding is consistent with the known toxicokinetic properties of colchicine, whereby a large volume of distribution results in low circulating blood concentrations and prolonged urinary excretion.  (+info)

'Arthritis' in Byzantium (AD 324-1453): unknown information from non-medical literary sources. (6/9)

OBJECTIVE--To compile and analyse information contained in non-medical texts of the Byzantine historians and chroniclers concerning arthritis, and to clarify the first use of Colchicum autumnale in the treatment of gout by the fifth century physician, Jacob Psychristus. CONCLUSIONS--This material gives an indication of the problem of arthritis and, in particular, a disease resembling gout that tyrannised a great number of the population in the Byzantine Empire (AD 324-1453). Contemporary historians and chroniclers maintain that the main causes of gout ('podagra') were the over-consumption of alcoholic drinks and food. Most relevant texts include anxiety and heredity among the aetiological factors of the disease. The incidence of this group of diseases among the Byzantine Emperors (it is certain that 14 of a total of 86 had a form of arthritis) and other officials of the State indicates that these diseases were a possible factor in certain political and military difficulties of the Empire.  (+info)

Purification and characterization of the alpha-1,3-mannosylmannose-recognizing lectin of Crocus vernus bulbs. (7/9)

A unique mannose-binding lectin, highly specific for terminal Man(alpha1,3)Man groups, was isolated from bulbs of crocus (Crocus vernus All.). The lectin failed to bind to a mannose affinity column and was purified by simple gel permeation chromatography (Sephacryl S200). The purified lectin, obtained in crystalline form, had a molecular mass of 44 kDa on gel filtration and showed a single peptide band with a molecular mass of 11 kDa on SDS-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, indicating it to be a tetrameric protein composed of four identical subunits. The N-terminal amino acid sequence analysis of the crocus lectin showed essentially no homology with that of other mannose-binding bulb lectins. The crocus lectin selectively interacted with the wild type Saccharomyces cerevisiae and other mannans carrying terminal Man(alpha1,3)Man but not with those lacking this disaccharide unit. In hapten inhibition studies, methyl alpha-mannopyranoside did not inhibit the mannan-lectin interaction. Of various alpha-mannooligosaccharides, those having the Man(alpha1,3)Man sequence showed the highest inhibitory potency, confirming the strict requirement of lectin for terminal alpha1,3-linked mannosylmannose units. An affinity column of immobilized lectin enabled the complete resolution of yeast mannan and glycogen. The immobilized lectin may provide a useful tool for purification and analysis of biologically important polysaccharides and glycoproteins.  (+info)

Histopathological study of experimental acute poisoning of cattle by autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale L.). (8/9)

Crude or dehydrated bulbs of autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale L.) were fed to eleven calves. All the calves developed severe diarrhea and died or euthanized within 63 hr. At necropsy, the gastro-intestinal mucosa was edematous and hemorrhagic. Histologically, necrosis and degeneration with karyopyknosis and karyorrhexis were shown in the basal cell layer of the tongue, esophagus, forestomach, renal pelvis, urinary bladder, neck cell layer of the abomasal gastric glands, and intestinal cryps. These findings were also seen in Kupffer cells, renal tubular epithelial cells, and lymphocytes in the lymphoid and hemopoietic systems. The lesion of the present acute crocus poisoning of cattle closely resembled those reported in humans with colchicine intoxication. Refined acetone extract of organs of poisoned cattle proved to contain colchicine and demecolcine by high performance liquid chromatography.  (+info)

*Colchic nase

2012). "Chondrostoma colchicum" in FishBase. April 2012 version. La lasca della Colchide, Chondrostoma colchicum Derjugin, 1899 ... The Colchic nase or Transcaucasian nase (Chondrostoma colchicum) is a species of freshwater fish in the Cyprinidae family. Its ... Chondrostoma colchicum. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2014: e.T19083721A19222933. https://dx.doi.org/10.2305/IUCN.UK. ...

*Charles Scudamore

On Colchicum, 1825. Observations on Laennec's Diagnosis (1826) A Treatise on Rheumatism (1827). Rheumatic fever was beginning ... Scudamore treated rheumatic fever by bleeding, purgatives, colchicum, tartar emetic, opium, and quinine. Cases illustrating the ...

*Aleksandr Fomin (botanist)

Serdyuk., Colchicum fominii Bordz., Polystichum × fominii Askerov & A.Bobrov, Juncus fominii Zoz, Acinos fominii Shost.-Desiat ...

*Colchicaceae

Colchicum melanthioides), is more closely related to species of Colchicum than it is to many species traditionally placed in ... The former controversy regarding the inclusion of Androcymbium in Colchicum has now been resolved in favor of the 2007 ... Manning, J.C.; Forest, F.; Vinnersten, A. (2007). "The genus Colchicum L. redefined to include "Androcymbium" Willd. based on ... 41 species previously placed in Androcymbium and 96 species of Colchicum) that showed that the type species of Androcymbium, A ...

*Epimedium

colchicum E. × warleyense Stearn, hybrid between E. alpinum and E. pinnatum subsp. colchicum E. × youngianum Fisch & C.A.Mey, ... colchicum E. × rubrum Morr., hybrid between E. alpinum and E. grandiflorum E. × versicolor Morr., hybrid between E. ...

*List of the vascular plants in the Red Data Book of Russia

declining) Colchicum laetum Stev. - (rare) Colchicum speciosum Stev. - (declining) Colchicum umbrosum Stev. - (declining) ... Schmidt - (rare) Epimedium colchicum (Boiss.) Trautv. - (rare) Epimedium koreanum Nakai - (endangered) Epimedium macrosepalum ...

*Tessellation

Purdy, Kathy (2007). "Colchicums: autumn's best-kept secret". American Gardener (September/October): 18-22.. ... Flowers including the fritillary[81] and some species of Colchicum are characteristically tessellate.[82] ...

*Chamaenerion

Rosmarinifolium Chamaenerion colchicum (Albov) Steinb. - Caucasus, Western Asia Chamaenerion dodonaei (Vill.) Schur - Eurasia ... "Epilobium colchicum Albov", GBIF Backbone Taxonomy, Global Biodiversity Information Facility, retrieved 2017-02-22 "Epilobium ...

*Eichler system

Melanthieae Colchicum Veratrum Tofieldia c. Smilaceae Paris Convallaria Asparagus Smilax 2. Amaryllidaceae p. 35 Galanthus ...

*Koninklijke Algemeene Vereniging voor Bloembollencultuur

Chlorogalum Kunth Colchicum L. Corydalis DC. Crinum L. Crocosmia Planch. Crocus L. Curculigo Gaertn. Cybistetes Milne-Redh. & ...

*Celsia

illeg., considered a synonym of Colchicum Celsia Heist. ex Fabr., nom. illeg., considered a synonym of Ornithogalum Verbascum, ...

*Naomi Feinbrun-Dothan

In the 1970s, several bulbs of an unknown Colchicum were given to her to study. She identified it as a Greek species called ... She described the bulbs as a new species in the 'Israeli Journal of Plant Science'. She named it Colchicum feinbruniae after ... Fragman-Sapir, Ori (October 2012). "Colchicum feinbruniae - a Plant of the Golan Heights". en.botanic.co.il. Retrieved 28 ... and Colchicum feinbruniae (1992). The standard author abbreviation Feinbrun is used to indicate this person as the author when ...

*List of Balkan endemic plants

Lamiaceae Colchicum bulbocodioides ssp. hungaricum, Colchicaceae Colchicum callicymbium, Colchicaceae Colchicum hungaricum var ...

*Natural history of Rhodes

Notable are Colchicum macrophyllum, Fritillaria rhodia, Tulipa saxatilis. Rhodes has a high diversity of orchid species, ... Species include Sternbergia lutea, Colchicum cupanii, Cyclamen graecum, Drimia maritima (late summer) and Narcissus serotinus. ...

*Tessellation

Purdy, Kathy (2007). "Colchicums: autumn's best-kept secret". American Gardener (September/October): 18-22. Schreiber, Tomasz; ... Flowers including the fritillary and some species of Colchicum are characteristically tessellate. Many patterns in nature are ...

*Baker-Venkataraman rearrangement

Kalinin, A.V.; Sneckus, V. (1998). "4,6-Dimethoxy-3,7-dimethylcoumarin from Colchicum decaisnei. Total synthesis by carbamoyl ...

*List of MeSH codes (B06)

... colchicum (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.610.211 --- convallaria (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.610. ...

*Ornamental bulbous plant

Some of the bulbs that are suitable for naturalization in parks include: Allium, Anemone, Arum, Colchicum, Crocus, Cyclamen, ... Autumn (fall) flowering bulbs: Crocus, Colchicum, Cyclamen, Nerine, Sternbergia. Winter flowering bulbs: some species from the ...

*Colpodium

Tanzania Colpodium colchicum (Albov) Woronow ex Grossh. - Circassia, Turkey Colpodium drakensbergense Hedberg & I.Hedberg - ...

*Natural product

ISBN 978-0-237-52739-6. Hartung EF (September 1954). "History of the use of colchicum and related medicaments in gout; with ... These include the tubulin polymerization inhibitor colchicine isolated from the Colchicum autumnale (autumn crocus flowering ...

*Crocus

doi:10.1111/j.1756-1051.2010.01023.x Example of Metaphorical Use E.A. Bowles, A Handbook of Crocus and Colchicum for Gardeners ... Crocuses have three stamens while a very similar-looking plant, colchicum, have six stamens. In addition, crocus have one style ... They should not be confused with a different genus of autumn-flowering plants, Colchicum. Autumn-flowering species of crocus ... A Handbook of Crocus and Colchicum for Gardeners, p. 154, etc. Gitte Petersen, Ole Seberg, Sarah Thorsøe, Tina Jørgensen & ...

*William T. Stearn

ISBN 978-1-902896-84-7. Bowles, Edward Augustus (1952) [1924]. A handbook of Crocus and Colchicum for gardeners (2nd ed.). ...

*Edward Augustus Bowles

Such was his collecting zeal that, by the turn of the 20th century, he was growing over 130 species of colchicum and crocus. He ... Bowles, Edward Augustus (1952) [1924]. A handbook of Crocus and Colchicum for gardeners (2nd ed.). Van Nostrand. Stearn, ...

*Çiğdem

", "Colchicum", and/or "Meadow Saffron". Çiğdem Balım Harding, American senior lecturer at Indiana University Çiğdem Belci ( ...

*Wikipedia:Talk page highlights

Colchicum (talk) 22:19, 9 June 2009 (UTC) I'm kind of bored by this. You're not just the sort of user I find interesting either ... Colchicum (talk) 22:08, 9 June 2009 (UTC) Not surprised "Fascism" is up there.PasswordUsername (talk) 22:12, 9 June 2009 (UTC) ... Colchicum (talk) 21:03, 9 June 2009 (UTC) Let me guess - this is another of the pages added to your 8,804 article watchlist, ... Colchicum (talk) 22:29, 9 June 2009 (UTC) The one which began your presence was Mussolini.PasswordUsername (talk) 22:32, 9 June ...

*Mitotic inhibitor

Colchicine is an alkaloid derived from the autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale). It inhibits mitosis by inhibiting microtubule ...
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Colchicum autumnale. Plante des prairies humides dEurope. Certains la considère médicinale, mais attention!, dautres la dit très toxique! Ce taxon est illustré sur divers timbres dEurope (outre celui-ci): Tchekoslovaquie, Roumanie, Yougoslavie, DDR, etc... LURSS a émis le C. speciosum et la Hongrie le C. arenarium.. ...
Nature proceeds little by little from things lifeless to animal life in such a way that it is impossible to determine the exact line of demarcation, nor on which side thereof an intermediate form should lie. Thus, next after lifeless things comes the plant, and of plants one will differ from another as to its amount of apparent vitality; and, in a word, the whole genus of plants, whilst it is devoid of life as compared with an animal, is endowed with life as compared with other corporeal entities." Aristotle: History of Animals, 588b, 4-14 ...
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Epimedium pinnatum is a rhizomatous, clump-forming, evergreen perennial that grows to 8-12" tall. It is native to woodland areas of the Caucasus (subsp. pinnatum from regions near the Caspian Sea and subsp. colchicum from regions near the Black Sea). Showy flowers (to 3/4" wide) feature bright yellow petal-like inner sepals, red spurs, and minute brownish petals. Flowers bloom in spring (April-May) in terminal racemes (12-30 flowers) atop leafless flowering stems (plant leaves are all basal) rising to 12" tall. Basal leaves are biternate (9 leaflets) or pinnate (5 or 11 leaflets). Dark green leaflets (to 3" long) with red or white surface hair (maturing to hairless) have acute tips, cornate bases and serrate margins. Subsp. colchicum grows slightly taller (to 16"), spreads more slowly, has larger flowers and often produces toothless leaflets. It is noted for dense, spreading mounds of compound foliage with ovate, sparsely toothed to entire leaflets (2-5" long) and for a spring bloom of ...
Colchicum autumnale, commonly known as autumn crocus, meadow saffron or naked lady, is a flower which resembles the true crocuses, but flowers in autumn. The name
COLCHICINE. What are the aims of this leaflet?. This leaflet has been written to help you understand more about colchicine. It tells you what it is, how it works, how it is used to treat skin conditions, and where you can find out more about it.. What is colchicine and how does it work? Colchicine is an extract of the plant Colchicum autumnale (autumn crocus), used medically since ancient times. In the UK, colchicine is currently only licensed for the treatment of gout, but is used for many conditions.. Colchicine modifies the response of the immune system. It has been found to be helpful in conditions with too many neutrophils (white blood cells) in the skin.. What skin conditions are treated with colchicine?. Colchicine has been used in a number of skin conditions, some of which are quite rare. Occasionally colchicine is used in combination with other treatments.. Will colchicine cure my skin condition?. Depending on your skin complaint, colchicine may cure or improve it, but it does not work ...
vomiting and diarrhea in dogs and cats. However, the autumn Crocus, also known as Meadow Saffron or Colchicum Autumnale, are highly toxic and can cause severe vomiting, gastrointestinal bleeding, and multisystem organ failure with bone marrow suppression. Symptoms may be seen immediately but can also be delayed for days. If you witness your pet eating a crocus and you are not sure what variety it is, its best to seek veterinary care immediately for decontamination and treatment.. Fertilizers or soil additives. In addition to flowers and plants, there are other gardening-related dangers that pet owners should be aware of, such as fertilizers and pesticides. While fertilizers are typically fairly safe for pets, those that contain blood meal, bone meal, feather meal and iron may be especially tasty - and dangerous - to them Large ingestions of these products can form a concretion in ...
Active ingredients & Purposes:. A-ketoglutaricum acidum 3X_____Supports Cellular Respiration. A-lipoicum acidum 3X_____Antioxidant. Artery 6X_____Promotes Metabolism. Ascorbic acid 3X_____Antioxidant. Barium oxalosuccinate 3X_____Supports Cellular Respiration. Bryonia alba 6X, 8X, 12X_____Anti-inflammatory. Calcitonin 6X_____Promotes Mineralization. Cartilago 6X_____Supports Tissue Repair. Chlorinum 6X_____Strengthens Immune Response. Cimicifuga racemosa 6X, 8X, 12X_____Analgesic. Colchicum autumnale 6X, 8X, 12X_____Antioxidant. Conjunctiva tissue 6X_____Promotes Tissue Repair. Dehydroepiandrosterone 6X_____Promotes Tissue Repair. Dulcamara 6X, 8X, 12X_____Anti-inflammatory. Fibroblast growth factor 4C_____Promotes Tissue Repair. Funiculus umbilicalis 6X_____Supports Tissue Repair. Glandula suprarenalis 6X_____Anti-inflammatory. Nadidum 3X_____Promotes Cell Metabolism. Natrum oxalaceticum 3X_____Antioxidant. Nervous growth factor 4C_____Analgesic. Parathyroid gland 6X_____Metabolic ...
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Chromosomal evolution, including numerical and structural changes, is a major force in plant diversification and speciation. This study addresses genomic changes associated with the extensive chromosomal variation of the Mediterranean Prospero autumnale complex (Hyacinthaceae), which includes four diploid cytotypes each with a unique combination of chromosome number (x = 5, 6, 7), rDNA loci and genome size....
This thesis concerns the history and the intrafamilial delimitations of the plant family Colchicaceae. A phylogeny of 73 taxa representing all genera of Colchicaceae, except the monotypic Kuntheria, is presented. The molecular analysis based on three plastid regions-the rps16 intron, the atpB-rbcL intergenic spacer, and the trnL-F region-reveal the intrafamilial classification to be in need of revision. The two tribes Iphigenieae and Uvularieae are demon-strated to be paraphyletic. The well-known genus Colchicum is shown to be nested within Androcymbium, Onixotis constitutes a grade between Neodregea and Wurmbea, and Gloriosa is intermixed with species of Littonia. Two new tribes are described, Burchardieae and Tripladenieae, and the two tribes Colchiceae and Uvularieae are emended, leaving four tribes in the family. At generic level new combinations are made in Wurmbea and Gloriosa in order to render them monophyletic. The genus Androcymbium is paraphyletic in relation to Colchicum and the ...
Despite its common name, it presents no problems for most allergy sufferers. Its pollen is distributed by insects, not wind.  Sneezeweed sets large and numerous daisy-like, yellow flowers that can provide welcome color in late summer and autumn when many other blossoms have disappeared.
... Helenium autumnale Full sun, wet to moderately wet moisture level, adaptable to most soils, slightly acid to neutral pH. 2-4 feet height, blooms late summer to fall, yellow flowers, can be an invasive re-seeder. Germination Code: A, D Native Region: Middle and East Tennessee Showy flowers. Its name comes from prior use of its…
In our continuing attempt to investigate Jordanian Colchicum species as a potential and viable source of colchicinoids; the distributions of the most interesting colchicinoid alkaloids (-)-demecolcine and (-)-colchicine in different plant parts of wildly growing C. crocifolium Boiss., C. ritchii R. Br., and C. triphyllum Kunze, were analyzed. The method is based on the use of external reference standards and a reversed-phase gradient HPLC. While (-)-colchicine was found in all plant parts of the three investigated Colchicum species, (-)-demecolcine was not detected in the leaves and daughter corms of C. triphyllum, the corms of C. crocifolium, and the flowers, stems, and mother and daughter corms of C. ritchii. C. triphyllum was found to be the highest in total (-)-colchicine content of 0.10% (wt/wt), while C. crocifolium was the highest in total (-)-demecolcine content of 0.09% (wt/wt). During flowering, leaves and corms in C. crocifolium, and leaves and stems in C. ritchii are the main ...
It grows up to 30 cm (12 inches). The whole plant is poisonous. Even small amounts of the bulb or seeds can cause death. DO NOT EAT IT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE. Autumn Crocus helps with anti-cancer, diuretic, gout-treatment
Learn about the potential benefits of Autumn Crocus including contraindications, adverse reactions, toxicology, pharmacology and historical usage.
Kew is looking wonderful. I just wish I felt better able to go out and appreciate it. The weather has turned wet (AGAIN!!) so all the fall colours are rich and saturated in the wet. There are dainty lilac autumn crocuses everywhere, and tumbling clumps of the big double colchicum "Waterlily" to the side of the path where I walk through from the back of the office towards the Princess of Wales Conservatory. There are still real waterlilies in the Waterlily House (and its still hot in there, too!). The Rock Garden has little secretive clumps of cyclamen, and crinkly pink nerines, blooming here and there among the boulders. Its beautiful, it really is. A feast of colour and texture and rich sweet musky smells. And huge, huge puddles ...
By: Nikki Phipps Image by thanq Crocus has a long history. According to legend, the Greek Gods Zeus and Hera loved each other so passionately that the land where they lived burst open with crocuses. The...
Helenin, the active principle of Helenium Autumnale, is a crystalline substance of the empirical formula, C20H25O5; its melting point is 167° to 168°, and in water solution it reacts neutral. It reduces alkaline copper mannite solution on slight warming, but does not reduce this solution even on long standing in the cold. It gives with yeast, both before and after boiling with dilute hydrochloric acid solutions, no carbon dioxide gas formation, is optically inactive, and gives no osazone. The color test for carbohydrates with the Molisch reaction is negative. It contains then no carbohydrate group in the molecule, and is therefore no glucoside. It decolorizes solutions of Bromine in chloroform after one or two minutes in the cold completely, without evolution of hydrobromic acid gas. Accordingly one can conclude that Helenin contains unsaturated bonds, double linkages, which probably account for its property of reducing copper mannite solutions.. The pharmacological action of crystalline ...
In preparation for the Jan. 19, 2002 free truffle forage, I went to that location today to see what I could find. Here they are: Tuber gibbosum var. autumnale (Oregon White truffle) Tuber gibbosum var. gibbosum (Oregon Gray truffle) Hymenogaster parksii Hymenogaster sps. (not parksii) Barssia oregonensis Rhizopogon vinicolor Rhizopogon (villescens?) Martellia brunnescens Gomphidius oregonensis (way too old to consider consumption) Helvella lacunosa Scleroderma hypogeaeum (atypical. This fungus usually is hypogeous in my experience, and several months later or earlier. This is the first time I have collected it in December, and animal/insect predation indicates it is mature.) Lentinula edodes (a block outside Mr. Bishops home, well into production) Schizophyllum commune The area has apparently had at least one hard freeze. But it has also had at least 34 continuous days of rainfall since late October. This moisture has apparently plumped the truffles to a larger size. It looks as if many ...
... Price for Package of 100 bulbs.Crocus sativus, commonly known as saffron crocus, or autumn crocus, is a species
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Plant this fall flowering crocus mix in late summer and youll have a mix of purples and whites in only weeks. Excellent addition to your garden. (Crocus)
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, ...
Ash is a good forest tree as it lets light reach the woodland floor, allowing flowers to flourish such as wood cranes-bill, wood avens and dogs mercury, alongside ferns like male and lady fern. One of the richest habitats for wildlife in the uplands, upland mixed ashwoods also support many rare flowers such as dark red helleborine, Jacob`s ladder, autumn crocus and whorled Solomons seal. Some rare native trees are found in these woods, too, notably large-leaved lime and various whitebeam species. The alkaline bark of old ash and elm supports an important lichen community. Ash is an excellent tree for invertebrates, especially beetles and flies that love dead and decaying wood. Upland mixed ashwoods are particularly important for snails which get much-needed calcium for their shells from the mineral-rich soils. Where streams run through these woodlands, rare caddisflies can be found.. The dense and varied shrub layer found in many upland mixed ashwoods provides the protected hazel dormouse ...
TOMATOES TOMATOES The leaves are toxic to cats and dogs so, if you grow them, or make sure that animals cant get to them. Potatoes Unripe, green or raw potatoes are dangerous to dogs, and the leaves are toxic too. Again, make sure your pets cant get to them. Autumn Crocus Not to be confused with the…
A follow-up post sharing a comprehensive guide to staying healthy during autumn from Dr. Haas Staying Healthy with the Seasons.
Colchicum is perhaps the most useful, and most often used for gout. The gout often appears in the big toe or heel-so painful the person finds both motion and touch unbearable. The joints are swollen, red and hot. Pain is often worse in the evening and at night. Flare-ups may occur in the springtime or with weather changes. Individuals who need this remedy often have a feeling of internal coldness and are very tired ...
The Heartburn Relief After Vomiting Zoloft Side Effect actual open sore will now appear as million or a ?Bid Now? for $5 million, reported the International Design Times on May 14, 2013. Cinchona is used for baking or as a topping for Heartburn Relief After Vomiting Zoloft Side Effect your particularly acid burn marks after Colchicum is when their children cried, the research shows that caffeine intake during pregnancy doesnt get any medals for good parenting. Granted, shes got mental problem continuum, from colic in infancy to cyclic vomiting syndrome in young children, it didnt qualify as migraines. For babies, that migraines experienced colic as an infant colic may be an indications and Im going to tell you cure your heartburn book list how. Lets look at their medical compound to figure out what exactly these drugs can be dangerous in nursing mothers and oral herpes simplex virus is still reeling from poor blood circulation and cold feet and hands during winter is not really a giant ...
Minimus is one of the really striking specie or wild crocus. With a heavy purple flame on pure white, these little jewels literally sparkle in early spring. Great for wildflower gardens.
Crocus Prins Claus (Crocus chrysanthus) has lovely white blooms with purple markings on the outside of the petals and when they open up will reveal a
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Throughout the summer the Botanic Garden will be exhibiting a work by Franςoise Sergy which explores the relationship between plants and medicine. The Exhibit will run in the Bradley room of the Holmes and can be accessed through the refreshments on the terrace of the Garden.. The Fox Got You is an art and science project celebrating six common plants which are at the origin of five major medicinal drugs; Foxglove and the drug Digoxin for the treatment of heart arrhythmia, Goats rue and the drug Metformin for diabetes, Yew and the cancer chemotherapy drugs Paclitaxel and Docetaxel, Autumn crocus and the drug Colchicine for gout, Meadowsweet, willow and Aspirin.. Plants feed us but they can also save lives. Françoise Sergy is a photography artist. As it happens, she is diabetic and the drug Metformin is part of her treatment. She started the project as a way of saying thank you to the plant goats rue, which indirectly keeps her alive. She brought together the people involved at each stage of ...
Colcrys has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat acute gout and familial Mediterranean fever (FMF), two inflammatory disorders. The drugs active ingredient, colchicine, is derived from the dried seeds of the autumn crocus plant.
Using colchicine for gout treatment is not just beginning in the United States; it has been in used for many years ago even though the FDA just officially approved its use in 2009. It has been found to be a very strong oral drug for treating gout, but colchicine has not been found to be of much use in any other drugs or in treating any other forms of diseases. Colchicine is known to be extracted from the dried bulb and a seed of the autumn crocus plant and it has been found to be very effective in the treatment of gout-related swellings in body joints. The properties in this plant are considered very powerful and even poisonous, and must not be taken anyhow under any circumstances. The herb must not be consumed and no part of the plant must be eaten in any manner, unless you are under the supervision of a qualified alternative medicine practitioner.. Colchicine for gout treatment is usually packaged in the form of tablets and taken orally under strict medical prescriptions. How then does this ...
Common poisonous plants encountered in India include (1) irritant plants, e.g. castor, colocynth, croton, glory lily, marking nut, mayapple, red pepper, rosary pea; (2) cardiotoxic plants, e.g. aconite, autumn crocus, common oleander, yellow oleander, suicide tree; (3) neurotoxic plants, e.g. calotropis, cassava, chickling pea, datura, strychnos; (4) hepatotoxic plants, e.g. neem; and (5) miscellaneous toxic plants and plant products, including arecanut, ...
The Crocus lawn is coming into flower now. It is only small, but it is a valuable source of nectar and pollen for bees. Bumblebees are always the most entertaining foragers; I love to see them dive headfirst into the flowers of Crocus tommasinianus. Crocus flowers close at night and bees will lie swathed in the petals until morning when they can enjoy breakfast in bed (such is the life of a queen bee). If you are able to grow Crocus and have not yet tried a mass planting of them, please think about adding Crocus tommasinianus to your autumn bulb list so that you, too, can sit with a warm drink on a sunny winter day and watch bees. I cant recommend this pastime highly enough. ...
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Autumn is the time of year when leaves change color, and the autumnal equinox signals that days are getting shorter. Autumn quotes are often melancholy.
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Colchicine is a uricosuric agent used in the treatment of several systemic and dermatologic conditions. Its medicinal value has been reported since the first century where it was extracted from the autumn crocus plant. The drug is rapidly absorbed, metabolized in the liver and excreted mainly in the feces. Initial effect can take anywhere between 12 to 24 hours with its peak anti-inflammatory effect occurring within 24 to 48 hours.. Mechanism: Since colchicine is used for both systemic and dermatologic disease, it has been shown to possess multiple different mechanisms. The medication is mostly used for its anti - inflammatory processes. Colchicine binds proteins in microtubules of neutrophils and prevents migration into areas of inflammation. It also prevents the release of inflammatory glycoprotein from phagocytes. Additionally, the medication inhibits leukocyte migration by interfering with inflammasome complex assembly in neutrophils and monocytes, preventing the activation of interleukin-1. ...
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As I mentioned, October is the time to plant bulbs. Spring-blooming bulbs, such as tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, crocus, and alliums, planted now, make spring-time beautiful. We have a wide variety of bulbs in the store now, with more arriving in a week or so. Bulbs can be planted any time before the ground freezes, but I usually wait until weve had at least one frost. You want there to still be warmth in the ground to encourage root growth before the real cold sets in. Most bulbs will need full sun to grow well, so pick a spot that gets good sun in the spring and also has good drainage. Crocus and daffodils can be planted around trees that will leaf out after the flowers have finished blooming. When choosing bulbs, pick the largest ones in the box - bigger bulbs of the same variety will generally produce bigger flowers. Also be sure to choose ones that are firm to the touch, as softness may be a sign of decay or disease. Generally, bulbs should be planted 3 times as deep as the size of the ...
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Crocus sativus Saffron Bulbs Crocus sativus Saffron Flower Seeds Saffron Crocus Bulbs Saffron Bulb or Saffron Crocus! It begins blooming in September and continues through October! The purple flowers have deep purple veining! It's orange-red stigmas are the source of saffron, the worlds most expensive spice! Plant in full sun or partial shade and well-drained soil. In cooler regions the Saffron Crocus can be grown in containers. You can harvest the saffron when the flowers are blooming.
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Anyway, with a burst of caffeinated energy, Matt and I went to town removing mulch and applying compost to all the plants. Then Barbara showed up and planted crocuses and daffodils (all done!) and Annelle and Gary dropped in and set us up with their hose. In the next couple of hours we got ALL the plants fed and watered. Whew! Now grow, you ungrateful little buggers ...
These days, environmental magazines are sprouting like amphetamine-fertilized crocuses. Such publications were once the domain of nonprofit groups such as…
This year I have been struggling during the change to autumn. I have been mourning the summer, and a slight dread of winter is tickling my brain stem. However I do believe in rejoicing in what I have, so I am going to fight it with a list of glorious, beautiful, or tasty things about the fall! Will you help me write this list? What else is wonderful about autumn ...
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Many commonly cultivated annuals and perennials can be raised for their edible flowers. Because some flowers are edible but not palatable and others may be poisonous, it is important that only those known to be edible should be grown for this purpose. Differences in edibility may also exist between cultivars of the same species. Common garden plants with poisonous flowers include anemone, autumn crocus, calla lily, daffodil, delphinium, foxglove, hyacinth, hydrangea, iris, lily of the valley, morning glory, ranunculus, sweet pea, and wisteria. Some popular edible flowers include chrysanthemum, daylily, lilac, mint, nasturtium, pansy, rose, tulip, and violet. Blossoms from various vegetable and fruit crops are also enjoyed for culinary purposes. Refer to the resources at the end of this profile for information on additional edible flower species. ...
Abstract: Eight clones of repetitive DNA were isolated from Crocus vernus Hill. The genomic organization of the clones was analyzed by in situ hybridization to C. vernus and Southern hybridization to a range of Crocus and other species. Seven clones were used for in situ hybridization. Sequence analysis showed that all eight clones were nonhomologous, and thus represented eight different sequence-families. In situ hybridization showed that six were dispersed in high copy numbers on all chromosomes of the C. vernus genome, whereas one was localized proximal to the secondary constriction, at the NOR (nucleolar organizer region) and was not further analyzed, as it was considered part of the 18S-25S rDNA repeat. Except for short palindromes, none of the sequences showed notable internal structures. Clone pCvKB4 showed homology to the reverse transcriptase gene of Ty1-copia-like retrotransposons; the others showed no homology to known sequences. When used as probes for Southern hybridization, four ...
Background: Crocus sativus, known as saffron crocus, is best known for the spice saffron. Saffron use spans more than 3500 years, however, its toxicity on neonates during lactation has not yet evaluated. Objectives: This study was aimed to examine the acute toxicity of saffron on adult mice and its nephrotoxicity and hepatotoxicity on neonates of lactating mothers that used saffron during lactation. Materials and Methods: In this experimental study, following acute toxicity evaluation, 32 pregnant mice were randomly designated into four equal groups. Following delivery, the mothers of groups 1 to 4 were administered orally (by gavage) normal saline (control group), 500, 1000 or 2000 mg/kg/day of saffron for three weeks, respectively. The newborns kidney and liver parameters were assessed at the end of the study for possible nephrotoxicity and hepatotoxicity evaluation. The kidney and liver tissue samples of newborns were histopathologically studied after staining with Hematoxylin & Eosin. Data ...
Amaryllidaceae: Acis, Agapanthus, Allium, Cyrtanthus, Galanthus, Gethyllis, Gilliesia, Habranthus, Leucocoryne, Leucojum, Narcissus, Nerine, Nothoscordum, Pancratium, Rhodophiala, Sternbergia, Strumaria, Tristagma ( Ipheion), Tulbaghia, Zephyranthes Araceae: Arisaema, Arisarum, Arum, Biarum, Eminium, Pinellia. Asparagaceae: Albuca, Bellevalia, Bessera, Bloomeria, Brimeura, Brodiaea, Camassia, Daubenya, Dichelostemma, Dipcadi, Eucomis, Fessia, Hyacinthella, Hyacinthoides, Hyacinthus, Lachenalia, Lapiedra, Ledebouria, Leopoldia, Massonia, Muilla, Muscari, Ornithogalum, Prospero, Pseudomuscari, Puschkinia, Scilla, Triteleia, Colchicaceae: Androcymbium, Colchicum, Merendera, Wurmbea Hypoxidaceae: Empodium, Hypoxis, Rhodohypoxis, x Rhodoxis, Saniella. Iridaceae: Alophia, Babiana, Crocus, Cypella, Freesia, Geissorhiza, Gladiolus, Herbertia, Hesperantha, Iris, Lapeirousia, Moraea, Olsynium, Romulea, Sisyrinchium, Syringodea, Tritonia. Ixioliriaceae: Ixiolirion. Liliaceae: Amana, Calochortus, ...
Amaryllidaceae: Acis, Agapanthus, Allium, Cyrtanthus, Galanthus, Gethyllis, Gilliesia, Habranthus, Leucocoryne, Leucojum, Narcissus, Nerine, Nothoscordum, Pancratium, Rhodophiala, Sternbergia, Strumaria, Tristagma ( Ipheion), Tulbaghia, Zephyranthes Araceae: Arisaema, Arisarum, Arum, Biarum, Eminium, Pinellia. Asparagaceae: Albuca, Bellevalia, Bessera, Bloomeria, Brimeura, Brodiaea, Camassia, Daubenya, Dichelostemma, Dipcadi, Eucomis, Fessia, Hyacinthella, Hyacinthoides, Hyacinthus, Lachenalia, Lapiedra, Ledebouria, Leopoldia, Massonia, Muilla, Muscari, Ornithogalum, Prospero, Pseudomuscari, Puschkinia, Scilla, Triteleia, Colchicaceae: Androcymbium, Colchicum, Merendera, Wurmbea Hypoxidaceae: Empodium, Hypoxis, Rhodohypoxis, x Rhodoxis, Saniella. Iridaceae: Alophia, Babiana, Crocus, Cypella, Freesia, Geissorhiza, Gladiolus, Herbertia, Hesperantha, Iris, Lapeirousia, Moraea, Olsynium, Romulea, Sisyrinchium, Syringodea, Tritonia. Ixioliriaceae: Ixiolirion. Liliaceae: Amana, Calochortus, ...
The Twenty-Sixth Dictum.. Zenon saith:- I perceive that you, O crowd of the Wise, have conjoined two bodies, which your Master by no means ordered you to do! The Turba answereth:- Inform us according to your own opinion, O Zenon, in this matter, and beware of envy! Then he:- Know that the colours which shall appear to you out of it are these. Know, O Sons of the Doctrine, that it behoves you to allow the composition to putrefy for forty days, and then to sublimate five times in a vessel. Next join to a fire of dung, and cook, when these colours shall appear to you: On the first day black citrine, on the second black red, on the third like unto a dry crocus, finally, the purple colour will appear to you; the ferment and the coin of the vulgar shall be imposed; then is the Ixir composed out of the humid and the dry, and then it tinges with an invariable tincture. Know also that it is called a body wherein there is gold. But when ye are composing the Ixir, beware lest you extract the same hastily, ...
Lilies, tulips, orchids, bluebells, crocuses, amaryllis and daffodils all belong to the monocot class. Monocots can be identified by the number of parts of the flower, with petals or stamens found in...
It is all too easy to look upon autumn as the end of things in the garden, but in a strange sort of way it can just as easily be regarded as the beginning.
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Autumn (now Deja) is doing wonderfully! She is now fully potty trained and an absolute sweetheart. She has also taken quite a liking to my cat, Ginger! Here is a photo of them ...
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DailyMed - ENERGIZE (sarcolacticum acidum, viscum album, iodium, colchicum autumnale, conium maculatum, fucus vesiculosus,...DailyMed - ENERGIZE (sarcolacticum acidum, viscum album, iodium, colchicum autumnale, conium maculatum, fucus vesiculosus,...

COLCHICUM AUTUMNALE BULB (UNII: 993QHL78E6) (COLCHICUM AUTUMNALE BULB - UNII:993QHL78E6) COLCHICUM AUTUMNALE BULB. 6 [hp_X]. ... Sarcolacticum Acidum 3X, Viscum Album 3X, Iodium 3X, 6X, 12X, 30X, Colchicum Autumnale 6X, Conium Maculatum 6X, Fucus ... Label: ENERGIZE (sarcolacticum acidum, viscum album, iodium, colchicum autumnale, conium maculatum, fucus vesiculosus, galium ... ENERGIZE (sarcolacticum acidum, viscum album, iodium, colchicum autumnale, conium maculatum, fucus vesiculosus, galium aparine ...
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Herbier Philatélique Pierre Guertin Philatelic Herbarium: Colchicum autumnale CeskoslovenskoHerbier Philatélique Pierre Guertin Philatelic Herbarium: Colchicum autumnale Ceskoslovensko

Colchicum autumnale. Plante des prairies humides dEurope. Certains la considère médicinale, mais attention!, dautres la dit ...
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10 MEADOW SAFFRON Colchicum Autumnale AUTUMN CROCUS Seeds Colchicine Flower10 MEADOW SAFFRON Colchicum Autumnale AUTUMN CROCUS Seeds Colchicine Flower

Colchicum Autumnale is gorgeous ornamental flower that can be grown as a houseplant ... Colchicum Autumnale (MEADOW SAFFRON, AUTUMN CROCUS). 10 seeds. Colchicum Autumnale is gorgeous ornamental flower that can be ... Early colchicum extracts have been used for centuries dating back to the ancient Greeks. Colchicine was eventually isolated in ... Colchicum Autumnale (MEADOW SAFFRON, AUTUMN CROCUS) 10 seeds ... 10 MEADOW SAFFRON Colchicum Autumnale AUTUMN CROCUS Seeds ...
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Colchicum lusitanum Brot.
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Colchicum lusitanum is a herbaceous species of plant in the family Colchicaceae, with a self-supporting growth habit. It is a ...
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Colchicum - WikipediaColchicum - Wikipedia

Colchicum pusillum Sieber Colchicum raddeanum (Regel) K.Perss. Colchicum rausii K.Perss. Colchicum ritchii R.Br. Colchicum ... Colchicum baytopiorum C.D.Brickell Colchicum bivonae Guss. Colchicum boissieri Orph. Colchicum bulbocodium Ker Gawl. Colchicum ... Colchicum corsicum Baker Colchicum cretense Greuter Colchicum crocifolium Boiss. Colchicum cupanii Guss. Colchicum davisii C.D. ... Colchicum kurdicum (Bornm.) Stef. Colchicum laetum Steven Colchicum lagotum K.Perss. Colchicum leptanthum K.Perss. Colchicum ...
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Colchicum variegatum - WikipediaColchicum variegatum - Wikipedia

Botanical Magazine 26: t. 1028, Colchicum variegatum Greek Mountain Flora, photo of Colchicum variegatum at Mount Ochi on Evia ... Species Plantarum 1: 342,Colchicum variegatum Nature Wonders, photo of Κολχικό το ποικιλόμορφο , Colchicum variegatum in Milos ... Colchicum variegatum, common name Κολχικό το ποικιλόμορφο or Güz Acıçiğdemi, Sürincan is a plant species native to Greece and ... Colchicum variegatum is a perennial herb forming an underground corm. Tepals are broadly lanceolate, white, mottled with ...
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Tropicos | Name - Colchicum L.Tropicos | Name - Colchicum L.

Perennial. Corm covered with a brown to dark-brown coat. Roots fibrous, arising from one side of the basal part of the corm. Young leaves enclosed in leaf sheaths. Flowers 1-3, arising directly from the corm or on a very short scape. Perianth of 6 segments, united at the base of the segments to form a tube or split to the base. Stamens 6, epiphyllous. Ovary 3-celled; styles 3, free. Fruit a many-seeded capsule ...
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Colchicum | definition of colchicum by Medical dictionaryColchicum | definition of colchicum by Medical dictionary

... colchicum explanation free. What is colchicum? Meaning of colchicum medical term. What does colchicum mean? ... Looking for online definition of colchicum in the Medical Dictionary? ... Related to colchicum: colchicine. colchicum. (kŏl′chĭ-kəm, kŏl′kĭ-). n.. 1. Any of various bulbous plants of the genus ... Colchicum , definition of colchicum by Medical dictionary https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/colchicum ...
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On the Natural History, Physiological Actions, and Therapeutical Uses of Colchicum Autumnale, &c | The BMJOn the Natural History, Physiological Actions, and Therapeutical Uses of Colchicum Autumnale, &c | The BMJ

On the Natural History, Physiological Actions, and Therapeutical Uses of Colchicum Autumnale, &c Prov Med Surg J 1852; s1-16 : ... On the Natural History, Physiological Actions, and Therapeutical Uses of Colchicum Autumnale, &c. Prov Med Surg J 1852; s1-16 ... On the Natural History, Physiological Actions, and Therapeutical Uses of Colchicum Autumnale, &c ... On the Natural History, Physiological Actions, and Therapeutical Uses of Colchicum Autumnale, &c ...
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Colchicum indications and usages ATC and ICD codes, combinations with other active ingredients and trade names information from ... Colchicum Colchicum Autumnale - Boiron. Colchicum Autumnale - Dolisos. Colchicum Autumnale - Homeocan. Colchicum Autumnale - ... Colchicum. Calcium Phosphoricum. China Colchicum Med Complex - Dynamit Nobel Wien Colchicum. Calendula. Digitalis. Hemlock. ... Colchicum. Leontopodium Alpinum. Rhus Toxicodendron. Taraxacum. Urtica Colchicum-Strath - Strath-Labor Colchicum. Lithium ...
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Colchicum autumnale - Allen | International Academy of Classical Homeopathy | Official websiteColchicum autumnale - Allen | International Academy of Classical Homeopathy | Official website

MEADOW SAFFRON LILIACEAE Adapted to the rheumatic, gouty diathesis; persons of robust vigorous constitution; diseases of old people. External impressions, light, noise, strong odors, contact, bad manners, make him almost beside himself (Nux) ; his sufferings seem intolerable. Ailments: from grief or misdeeds of others (Staph.).
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COLCHICUM - A Text Book of Materia Medica and Therapeutics by A.C. CowperthwaiteCOLCHICUM - A Text Book of Materia Medica and Therapeutics by A.C. Cowperthwaite

Symptoms of the homeopathic medicine COLCHICUM from A Text Book of Materia Medica and Therapeutics by A.C. Cowperthwaite. Find ... Hpathy » Homeopathy Books » A Text Book of Materia Medica and Therapeutics by A.C. Cowperthwaite » COLCHICUM ... Colchicum is of greatest use in rheumatic and arthritic conditions. Articular rheumatism, especially when shifting from one ... Colchicum Autumnale . Natural order. Melanthaceae. Common name. Meadow Saffron. Habitat. A perennial plant growing in meadows ...
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Colchicum autumnale L. (Colchicaceae) | Springer for Research & DevelopmentColchicum autumnale L. (Colchicaceae) | Springer for Research & Development

Colchicum autumnale L. (Colchicaceae). (Syns.: C. borisii Stef.; C. bulgaricum Velen.; C. crociflorum Sims; C. orientale Friv. ... Accidental plant poisoning with Colchicum autumnale: report of two cases. Croat Med J. 2001;42:673-5.PubMedGoogle Scholar ... Santavy F, Reichstein T. The alkaloids of Colchicum autumnale during its development. Pharm Acta Helv. 1952;27:71-6.PubMed ... Suicidal plant poisoning with Colchicum autumnale. J Forensic Leg Med. 2011;18:285-7.CrossRefGoogle Scholar ...
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Colchicum - LECTURES ON HOMOEOPATHIC MATERIA MEDICA by JAMES TYLER KENT, A.M., M.D.Colchicum - LECTURES ON HOMOEOPATHIC MATERIA MEDICA by JAMES TYLER KENT, A.M., M.D.

Colchicum. It is rather singular that traditional medicine used Colchicum so much for gout. In all the old books it was ... Do not say food in the presence of a Colchicum patient, but give him Colchicum first, and pretty soon he will want something ... The provings corroborate the fact that Colchicum fits into many conditions of gout. ... The Colchicum patient is almost constantly sweating, even with fever, and sometimes the sweat is cold. A draft blows upon him, ...
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Colchicum Autumnale. - THE GUIDING SYMPTOMS OF OUR MATERIA MEDICA By CONSTANTINE HERING, M.D.Colchicum Autumnale. - THE GUIDING SYMPTOMS OF OUR MATERIA MEDICA By CONSTANTINE HERING, M.D.

Colchicum Autumnale.. [1] Mind. [2] Sensorium. [3] Inner head. [4] Outer head. [5] Sight and eyes. [6] Hearing and ears. [7] ...
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Antioxidants | Free Full-Text | Chemical Profiling and Biological Properties of Extracts from Different Parts of Colchicum...Antioxidants | Free Full-Text | Chemical Profiling and Biological Properties of Extracts from Different Parts of Colchicum...

Like other members of the Colchicum genus, C. szovitsii subsp. szovitsii is also of medicinal importance in Turkish traditional ... Keywords: Colchicum; polyphenols; alkaloids; metabolomics; antioxidants; enzyme inhibition Colchicum; polyphenols; alkaloids; ... Like other members of the Colchicum genus, C. szovitsii subsp. szovitsii is also of medicinal importance in Turkish traditional ... Chemical Profiling and Biological Properties of Extracts from Different Parts of Colchicum Szovitsii Subsp. Szovitsii by ...
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Epimedium pinnatum subsp. colchicum  - Plant FinderEpimedium pinnatum subsp. colchicum - Plant Finder

colchicum is synonymous with E. pinnatum subsp. elegans.. Genus name is of unclear origin and meaning but the Greeks used ... colchicum from regions near the Black Sea). Showy flowers (to 3/4" wide) feature bright yellow petal-like inner sepals, red ... colchicum grows slightly taller (to 16"), spreads more slowly, has larger flowers and often produces toothless leaflets. It is ...
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Colchicum Autumnale Bulb (UNII: 993QHL78E6) (Colchicum Autumnale Bulb - UNII:993QHL78E6) Colchicum Autumnale Bulb. 15 [hp_X] in ... carb., chamomilla, cinchona, colchicum, eupatorium perf., gaultheria procumbens, guaiacum, iodium, kali bic., kalmia, ledum, ... carb., chamomilla, cinchona, colchicum, eupatorium perf., gaultheria procumbens, guaiacum, iodium, kali bic., kalmia, ledum, ... carb., chamomilla, cinchona, colchicum, eupatorium perf., gaultheria procumbens, guaiacum, iodium, kali bic., kalmia, ledum, ...
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COLCHICUM FEINBRUNIAE SP. NOV. AND ALLIED SPECIES IN THE MIDDLE EAST  »  Brill OnlineCOLCHICUM FEINBRUNIAE SP. NOV. AND ALLIED SPECIES IN THE MIDDLE EAST » Brill Online

Colchicum feinbruniae is described as new to science. The new species, an endemic to the Syro-Palestinian phytogeographical ... Colchicum feinbruniae is described as new to science. The new species, an endemic to the Syro-Palestinian phytogeographical ... Home , Journals , Israel Journal of Plant Sciences , COLCHICUM FEINBRUNIAE SP. NOV. AND ALLIED SPECIES... ...
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Patterns of genetic variation in Colchicum autumnale L. and its conservation status in Ireland: a broader perspective on local...Patterns of genetic variation in Colchicum autumnale L. and its conservation status in Ireland: a broader perspective on local...

Colchicum autumnaleL. (Colchicaceae) is classed as an endangered plant species in Ireland, with a highly localised distribution ... Colchicum autumnale L. (Colchicaceae) is classed as an endangered plant species in Ireland, with a highly localised ... Hartung EF (1954) History of the use of Colchicum and related medicaments in gout with suggestions for further research. Ann ... Patterns of genetic variation in Colchicum autumnale L. and its conservation status in Ireland: a broader perspective on local ...
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Ferritin Conjugated Colchicum autumnale Lectin (Meadow Saffron) -CA-, 1mg - EY Laboratories, Inc.Ferritin Conjugated Colchicum autumnale Lectin (Meadow Saffron) -CA-, 1mg - EY Laboratories, Inc.

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Colchicum.-Colchicum. | Henriettes Herbal HomepageColchicum.-Colchicum. | Henriette's Herbal Homepage

Extract of Colchicum Root - Fluid Extract of Colchicum Root - Fluid Extract of Colchicum Seed - Wine of Colchicum Root - Wine ... The wine of colchicum may be given in 10-drop doses, or drop doses of specific colchicum may be given every 4 hours. As a ... Wine of colchicum, 10 to 20 drops; English wine of colchicum, 5 to 10 drops; tincture of root, 10 to 60 drops; tincture of seed ... H. Warnecke found in colchicum seeds 2.66 per cent of ash.. Action, Medical Uses, and Dosage.-Colchicum in small doses is ...
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Hermodactyls. Hermodactyli. Colchicum autumnale, Iris tuberosa. | Henriettes Herbal HomepageHermodactyls. Hermodactyli. Colchicum autumnale, Iris tuberosa. | Henriette's Herbal Homepage

Colchicum autumnale, Iris tuberosa.. Hermodactyls. Hermodactyli.-Under this name are sold in European commerce the roots or ... By some botanists the plant is thought to be a Colchicum, and C. variegatum L., a native of the south of Europe and the Levant ... It is doubted whether they are the hermodactyli of the ancients, which acted like colchicum and were useful in gout and ... it has been inferred that they are probably not derived from a species of Colchicum. They are in fact almost without action ...
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  • 6 - () The most prominent symptom of Colchicum key comes from a very acute sense of smell (smell to what others do not smell), which appears above smells, but particularly so with smells of food being cooked, the smell of the broth , eggs, fish, fried or fatty foods or any food. (wikbio.com)
  • Four standard rowan and a 3m high silver birch were planted, along with 1,400 narcissus and colchicum bulbs. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Colchicum bulbs are available in shops now and produce stocky flowers in shades of pink in late September. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • The dangerous toxins are often concentrated in specific parts of the plant, such as in the bulbs of amaryllis, colchicum , snowdrops, bluebells and daffodils. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • The bulbs are usually collected about the beginning of July, but are said to attain their greatest perfection while the plant is flowering, or just after blossoming, at which time colchicum should be gathered for medicinal use. (henriettes-herb.com)
  • Good colchicum bulbs, when dried, are capable of changing their color to blue if softened with distilled vinegar, and then touched with tincture of guaiacum. (henriettes-herb.com)
  • As a result of this primary action on the nervous system, Colchicum finds its most important action exerted on the periosteum and synovial membranes (especially of the small joints joints(, on the urinary and digestive tracts, and to some extent upon the respiratory organs. (hpathy.com)
  • Best of all are 'Waterlily', a sumptuous double, and Colchicum speciosum 'Album', a rare and lovely white. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • On a bank under oak and ash trees, we planted Colchicum speciosum `Altrorubens' which has a crimson- purple flower and the white version, `Album' set against the background of a holly hedge. (thefreedictionary.com)