Cynara


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Boldocynara[R] (LOT: FE121108), Cynara scolymus (artichoke) leaf extract (DER: 1:30; ethanol content: 57.
Population structure of Cynara cardunculus complex and the origin of the conspecific crops artichoke and cardoon.
The effect of 2-mo administration of a Phaseolus vulgaris and Cynara scolymus complex on feeling of satiation in healthy, overweight people.
Etude de l'extraction des composes phenoliques de differentes parties de la fleur d'artichaut Cynara scolymus L.
Sousa y Malcata (1998) han informado que el extracto enzimatico de Cynara cardunculus hidroliza mas rapidamente la fraccion a- de las caseinas en forma coincidente con los resultados indicados en este trabajo.
It contains cynara (artichoke), dandelion and boldo to help stimulate digestive enzymes, and peppermint to help reduce the symptoms of colic and wind.
Estudios de la transesterificacion de aceite de cynara con etanol obtienen los mejores resultados con relaciones molares entre 9:1 y 12:1 (Rojas et al.
Of the ethanol extracted herbs, Cynara scolymus and ginger (Zingiber officinalis) were the most effective at inhibiting H.
Cynara Coomer, chief of Breast Surgery at SIUH and director of The Comprehensive Breast Center.
In a separate trial Cynara scolimus also assisted on decreasing fasting blood glucose, insulin resistance and total, total/HDL and LDL cholesterol.
He leaves children Stephen, Nicola and Cynara and grandchildren Elaine, Frances, Sam and Ellie.
The artichoke that we buy in the store is actually the flower bud of a large thistle plant, Cynara scolymus.
Try growing thistle-like Cynara (a group which includes the cardoon and globe artichoke), which produces handsome foliage and dramatic purple thistle flower heads at the back of a border to add summer interest to shrubs, or allow them to grow through cottage garden favourites.
Try growing thistle-like Cynara (a group that includes the cardoon and globe artichoke), which produces handsome foliage and dramatic purple thistle flower heads at the back of a border to add summer interest to shrubs, or allow them to grow through cottage garden favourites.
As punishment for the deception of Cynara, his mortal seductress turned goddess, he transformed her into the artichoke plant.