Gardenia jasminoides


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  • noun

Synonyms for Gardenia jasminoides

evergreen shrub widely cultivated for its large fragrant waxlike white flowers and glossy leaves

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Fructus), the fruit of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis (Rubiaceae), is a commonly used traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) that has been included in traditional medicine formulations for the treatment of febrile diseases, jaundice, acute conjunctivitis and pyogenic infections, as well as sprains and painful swellings from blood stasis (Park et al.
Immunosuppressive iridoids from the fruits of Gardenia jasminoides.
Iridoid glycosides from Gardenia jasminoides Ellis.
4]) was prepared from extract of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis by Riken Vitamin Co.
Crocetin used as standard substance for calibration was purified from Gardenia jasminoides Ellis as previously described (Asai et al.
Spectroscopic characterization of crocetin derivatives from Crocus sativus and Gardenia jasminoides.
Crocetin is a pharmacologically active carotenoid compound of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis used as a traditional herbal medicine and natural colorant.
Gardenia jasminoides Ellis has been widely used since old times as a traditional herbal medicine and natural colorant in various Asian countries.
Gardenia jasminoides 'Mystery' has the largest flowers and leaves.
Compositae), Gardenia jasminoides Ellis (Rubiaceae), and Rheum officinale Baill.
0 g of the fruit of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis (Rubiaceae) (ZZ), and 6.
Crocin (crocetin digentiobiose ester), a unique water-soluble carotenoid contained in the stigmas of Crocus sativus Linne and in the fruits of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis, has attracted research attention for its extensive pharmacological effects.
Anti-hyperlipidemic effect of crocin isolated from the fructus of Gardenia jasminoides and its metabolite crocetin.