From which native British plant is digitalin
extracted for use in the treatment of heart disease?
50] values of 97 and 95 respectively, than digitalin
If you were to list the important medical breakthroughs in terms of drugs in the past 100 years, they've all come from natural phenomena: whether its digitalin
from foxglove, aspirin or acetylsalicylic acid from a willow tree or a fungal mould for penicillin.
In the 1770s he discovered the healing properties of digitalin
- taken from foxgloves - as a heart medicine.
2 [micro]g/mL), it is double the dose for digitalin
(151 [micro]g/mL), three times for ephedrine sulfate (215 [micro]g/mL) and nearly four times for caffeine (306 [micro]g/mL) (Meyer et al.