Hypericum perforatum


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yellow-flowered perennial common in fields and waste places but a weed in rangelands

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Exclusion criteria included (a) having suicidal tendencies; (b) the presence of serious heart, liver, or kidney dysfunction or any disease of the endocrine system; (c) had a history of epilepsy; (d) had a history of psychoactive substance dependence (including alcohol); (e) had depression induced by other mental or physical conditions; (f) had a bipolar disorder; (g) were unfit for rTMS treatment; (h) were allergic to hypericum perforatum or acanthopanax; (i) had abnormal EKG or laboratory test results; (j) had a history of poor medication compliance; or (k) had received electroconvulsive therapy in the month prior to enrollment.
35 Table 3: Analysis of variance of Hypericum perforatum seeds under different levels of salinity, drought and temperature.
Indena Research Laboratories (Settala, Milan, Italy) offered a commercial sample of Hypericum perforatum (SJW) dried extract--Lotto 28662/M1--B.
A recent double-blind randomized clinical trial, studied the effect of Hypericum perforatum extract (St.
It was suspected that this deviation cannot be attributed to random variation as reported in Hypericum perforatum (BRUTOVSKA et al.
Las semillas de Hypericum perforatum son negras, estrechas y cilindricas, de 1-3 mm de longitud (los agricultores dicen que son mas pequenas que un grano de azucar), con la superficie cubierta de pequenas verrugas.
The major compounds in the oil of Hypericum perforatum angustifolium from Italy were 2-methyloctane (21.
Extracts of the plant Hypericum perforatum, commonly known as St John's wort, have long been used in folk medicine to treat depression and sleep disorders.
Karppinen K, Hohtola A, Gyiorgy Z, Neubauer P, Tolonen A, Jalonen J (2006) Comparison of growth and secondary metabolite accumulation in cultures of compact callus aggregates and shoots of Hypericum perforatum L.
Role of hyperforin in the antidepressant-like activity of hypericum perforatum extracts.
One of the native species, Hypericum perforatum, has poisonous leaves.
Significance of genetic and environmental aspects in the field cultivation of Hypericum perforatum.