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Synonyms for bryony

a vine of the genus Bryonia having large leaves and small flowers and yielding acrid juice with emetic and purgative properties

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The authors suggest that Schisandra and Bryonia induced an increase in physical performance which could be due to their stimulatory effect on NO production, which adapts the organism to heavy physical exercise (Panossian 1999).
The final product, Canova[R], contains 19 dH Thuya occidentalis (Cupresaceae) made from the bark; 18 dH Bryonia alba (Curcubitaceae) made from fresh roots; 11 dH Aconitum napellus (Ranunculaceae) made from fresh preparations of the whole plant, including the roots, at the beginning of flowering; 19 dH Arsenicum album (arsenic trioxide); and 18 dH Lachesis muta (Viperidae) venom (Pereira et al.
Conditions in which bryonia is used include acute and chronic infectious diseases, backache, body aches, cough, diarrhea, diuretic, dizziness, emetic, fatigue, fever, flu, gastrointestinal disorders, headache, joint pain, liver disorders, lumbago, metabolic disorders, migraine headache, pain from broken bones, respiratory tract disorders, rheumatism and sore throat.
Researchers from the Federal University of Parana in Brazil describe the results of experimental studies aimed at verifying the effects of 200C homoeopathic potencies of Mercurius solubilis, Atropa Belladonna, Lachesis muta and Bryonia alba on the bone marrow cells and macrophages from mice.
It contains homeopathic bryonia with honey and lemon which can be particularly effective for dry tickly coughs.
MyoMed provides pain relief through all-natural, toxin-free ingredients such as CFAs, Bryonia Alba, Rhus Toxicodendron, shark-liver oil and deodorized garlic oil (contains no methyl salicylate, trolamine salicylate, alcohol, dyes or paraben).
chinensis Panossian AG et al To test effect on serum NO Bryonia alba 1999b and cortisol levels during physical exercise (in vivo) S.
Bryonia - For large, dry, even crumbling stools that are difficult to pass.
These are: Rubia tenuifolia, Ephedra foeminea, Hedera helix, Bryonia cretica, and Lonicera etrusca, which are represented by a higher number of individuals than other Mediterranean vines in any other refugia in the Near East.
During this recent saga, Arnica was a godsend for sore muscles; Hypericum for Bob's jammed toes descending trails for miles and days; Rhus toxicodendron for sore, stiff joints; and Bryonia for Bob's severe, short-lived, last-day back pain, which was worse from any movement (a giveaway for Bryonia).
BRYONIA Often associated with constipation, the headache here is usually frontal, temporal, occipital or left supraorbital and is bursting or splitting in character.
trifoliata and Bryonia cretica were purchased from Hetterich (Furth, Germany).
95 from chemists or Dr Greenfingers: 0208 408 0422), or Bryonia Tincture (pounds 4 from Ainsworths pharmacy, 01883 340332), for kids over two.
In 1918, the most common remedies used for influenza were Rhus-t, Bryonia, and Gelsemium.