Artemisia abrotanum


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  • noun

Synonyms for Artemisia abrotanum

shrubby European wormwood naturalized in North America

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Preparations of southernwood, Artemisia abrotanum L, have been used in traditional medicine for treatment of a variety of disorders and diseases including upper airway diseases.
Several pharmacologically active components belonging to these groups, such as 1,8-cineole, linalool, davanone, scopoletine and casticin, believed to induce the therapeutic upper airway effects, are present in the essential oil and in the polar fractions of extracts of Artemisia abrotanum L.
There is commonly a large variation of the chemical content of Artemisia abrotanum L.
The Artemisia abrotanum nasal spray preparations were provided to the study participants who applied their medication at home in relation to an acute rhinitis episode, shortly after characteristic allergic symptoms had occurred.
The main finding in the present study is that the nasal spray preparation of Artemisia abrotanum L.
This "proof of concept" study, performed on a limited number of patients with different allergic airway conditions, was designed to explore the tolerability and efficacy of a nasal formulation prepared from the plant Artemisia abrotanum.
There is a varying chemical content of Artemisia abrotanum L.
Moreover, the flavonoid fraction in the nasal spray is likely to inhibit the effects mediated by histamine in the nasal mucosa, since several flavonoids isolated from Artemisia abrotanum L.
In conclusion, we have developed and investigated the clinical effects of a novel nasal spray preparation of Artemisia abrotanum L.
Bergendorff O, Sterner O (1995) Spasmolytic flavonols from Artemisia abrotanum.
Bjork L, Hedner T, Remberg P, Sterner O (2002a) Ontogenetic variation in secondary metabolite accumulation of southernwood, Artemisia abrotanum L.