Carum carvi

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Synonyms for Carum carvi

a Eurasian plant with small white flowers yielding caraway seed

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The presence of Salix caprea, Frangula alnus, Rubus idaeus, Trifolium repens, Centaurea cyanus, Arctium tomentosum, Carum carvi, and Fagopyrum esculentum pollen in those honey samples points to a wide diversity of melliferous plants within the area of the Gomerta Landscape Reserve.
are shown in polar and equatorial views (Figs 1, 2, and 6, respectively); all Tilia cordata, Phacelija tanacetifolia, and Frangula alnus pollen in polar view (Figs 3, 5, and 6, respectively); and pollen of Carum carvi in equatorial view (Fig.
In the present investigation the antistress (adaptogenic) activity of Carum carvi was evaluated in vivo in normal and stress induced rats following a non invasive biochemical approach.
The dried powdered fruit material of Carum carvi (1 kg) was obtained from Chemiloids, Vijayawada India and extracted with boiling water (5 L) for 30 minutes.
Components Name Binomial name mg/ml % STW 5 Ibarogast[R] 59 100 STW 6 Birrer Iberis amara (L) 18 15 candytuft STW 5-K II Peppermint Mettthae piperita (L) 88 5 leaves STW 5-K III Chamomile Ctiamomilla recutita 58 20 flower (L) STW 5-K IV Liquorice root Glycyrrhiza glabra (L) 100 10 STW 5-K V Angelica root Angelica archangelica 99 10 (L) STW 5-K VI Caraway fruit Carum Carvi (L) 47 10 STW 5-K VII Milk thistle Silybum mananum (L) 20 10 Gaertn STW 5-K VIII Lemon balm Melissa officinalis 71 10 leaves (L.
This research considers use of extracts of three Medicago Sativa, Trigonella Foenum and Carum Carvi plants- traditionally used as a galactogogue in nursing mothers- in dairy cows and study the resulted outcomes.
1- Preparing extract of Medicago Stiva, Trigonella Foenum, Carum Carvi plants: to do this, 12kg of the above-mentioned plants was rinsed and steeped and after 8 hours, the extract of the mentioned plants was prepared through distillation in special pots.
On the base of pharmacological studies (19992009) for the standardization and quality control of herbal medicinal plants, we have developed recommendations concerning historical and traditional priority--technology of production of ecologically sound standards of raw materials and products of medicinal, aromatic, spicery and poisonous plants of our country : Foeniculum vulgate L--essential oils-3-5%, flvonoids -0,5%; Valeriana officinalis L--exstracted solids 27,8%, essential oils- 2%, isovaleric acid 0,91; Melissa officinalis L--essential oils 0,33%, vitamins C 150 mg%, carotene 7mg%; Carum carvi L--essential oils--7,2%; Thymus vulgaris L--essential oils 2,2%, Salvia officinalis L2,5%; Hyoscyamus niger L--alkaloids -0,5%;
0 ml/l of alcoholic extracts of Melissa officinalis, Rosmarinus officinalis, Mentha piperita, Matricaria chamomilla, Foeniculum vulgare, Carum carvi and Citrus aurantium prepared from 1 part of the plant and 3.
In our recent study, relaxant and functional antagonistic effects on muscarinic receptors of isolated guinea pig tracheal chains were demonstrated for an extract of Carum carvi a related spezies of Bonum persicum (Boskabady and Talebi, 1999).