The growing and selling of local product is very popular and includes pomegranates, almonds, Indian figs, thyme germander
and fragrant rose-water.
Hepatitis observed during a treatment with a drug or tea containing Wild Germander
Evaluation of 26 cases reported to the Regional Centers of Pharmacovigilance.
herb (Teucrium lateriflora) chamaedrys) 4.
Hepatotoxicity in herbal remedies, vitamins, and minerals (45) Vitamins/Minerals Megadose vitamin A Excess iron replacement Niacin Teas Sassafras Bush teas (crotalaria, senecio, Heliotropium) Chinese herbal tea Health tonics Chaparral Valerian Skullcap Jin bu huan Germander
Senna fruit extracts Comfrey Mistletoe Pennyroyal oil Kalms tablets Gentian Asafetida Table 5.
The adventurous will browse nurseries and Women's Institute stalls for neat little brown envelopes containing devil's scabious, treacle mustard and germander
speedwell, but there's no need to be flash.
greasewood, hediondilla, jarilla, larreastat) Germander
Abnormal liver function or Banned in France and (Teucrium damage, often irreversible; Germany.
(Teucrium Abnormal liver function Banned in France chamaedrys, wall or damage, often and Germany.
Castot A, Larrey D (1992) Hepatitis observed during a treatment with a drug or tea containing Wild Germander
Of similar growth habit is the the white-flowered, silver-leafed bush morning glory (Convolvulus cneorum) and the very low mounding rose-flowered bush germander
(Teucrium cossonii majoricum).
SHRUBS: Cape plumbago, escallonia, flowering maple, germander
, hibiscus, oleander, salvia, shrub roses, tree mallow.
The herb is germander
(Teucrium chamaedrys), a member of the mint family whose blossoms are used in teas, tonics, and herbal capsules.
The herb skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora), has been used as a mild sedative for more than a century, but, in the early 1980s, it became erroneously implicated as a possible source of liver toxicity, likely due to adulteration with or substitution of American germander
The young mum, pictured, of Germander
Drive, Tamebridge, Walsall, battled her way through a tough regional final at Wolverhampton's Wulfrun Hall to reach the grand final, which will be held at Portsmouth Guildhall on November 29.
Gary McLardy reports many germander
speedwells, Solomon's seal and wild privets at Lifeboat Road, Formby.
The adventurous may prefer the gloriously-named varieties like greater stitchwort, germander
speedwell and treacle mustard.