Valeriana


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Synonyms for Valeriana

genus of widely distributed perennial herbs and some shrubs

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The Valeriana Velayo House, now occupied by Lorenzo Buencamino's family, has the biggest camarin (granary house) in town.
Ethanol extracts obtained from Valeriana officinalis exerted significant antifungal activities against ten fungal strain (Rhizopus, , Alternaria, Fusarium , Aspergillus, Penicillium , Cladosporium, Trichothecium, Trichoderma, Bisoclamis, Geotichum).
The choice of these two varieties was justified by the fact that Valeriana officinalis is a species with different morphological characteristics, which involves differences not only in anatomy but also in accumulation of active substances.
Valeriana officinalis (valerian) is a herbal medicine traditionally used in the treatment of sleep disorders, anxiety, myalgia and epilepsy, with demonstrated anti-inflammatory actions, stimulatory effects on 5-HT and ACh receptors, and reduction of sleep-disturbance.
Comparative cognitive and psychomotor effects of single doses of Valeriana officinalis and triazolam in healthy volunteers.
Paramo pollen taxa are frequent and show highest values in this zone (65%), mainly due to Poaceae (35%) and Valeriana (10%).
4) Sara Farzpourmachiani, Ahmad Majd, Sedigheh Arbabian, Davoud Dorranian, Mehrdad Hashemi; Study of effects of electromagnetic fields on seeds germination, seedlings ontogeny, changes in protein content and catalase enzyme in Valeriana officinalis L.
Se ha senalado el valor de sus hojas como antiescorbuticas; en algunos lugares estas se consumen en ensaladas; tambien las semillas y raices son utilizadas, las primeras antiguamente en las tecnicas de embalsamar y las segundas como sedante sucedaneo de las de valeriana (Lopez Martinez & Devesa, 2007)
En la presente contribucion se seleccionaron para su estudio cinco de las principales especies con raices y rizomas de uso medicinal y medicinal-comestible de la Patagonia: Valeriana clarionifolia, V.
De la Valeriana, Marcelino Menendez Pelayo opinaba que el hecho de haber sido la primera Cronica general que vio la luz publica no contribuyo poco a la boga, bastante inmerecida, que obtuvo este libro.
Otra especie interesante que viene siendo estudiada recientemente es Valeriana spp.
para alcaloides; y Valeriana edulis, para iridoides, entre otras.
ReDormin[R] (Ze 91019) contains specific extracts of Valeriana officinalis (Valerian) and Humulus lupulus (Hops).