snakeroot


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Synonyms for snakeroot

a plant of the genus Sanicula having palmately compound leaves and unisexual flowers in panicled umbels followed by bristly fruit

any of various North American plants of the genus Liatris having racemes or panicles of small discoid flower heads

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White snakeroot (Ageratina altissima, formerly Eupatorium rugosum) killed Abraham Lincoln's mother, but not directly.
White snakeroot contains a toxic oil, tremetol, that can be passed from cows to humans as a constituent of the milk fat.
reserpine: Active ingredient isolated from the root of the snakeroot plant (Rauwolfia serpentina), a small evergreen climbing shrub of the Dogbane family.
The COMOC Website was recently overhauled by Tom Roberts, co-owner of Snakeroot Organic Farm, who met Jim Cook through their participation in Maine Feeds Maine.
white snakeroot (Eupatorium rugosum Houttuyyn), round-leafed cat-brier (Smilaxritundifolia L.
Members of Mosakahiken Cree Nation in Manitoba harvest senega snakeroot, which they sell to local buyers who in turn sell the root to pharmaceutical companies in the United States.
Maybe you don't know what snakeroot is, you have lived always in cities.
A member of the buttercup family, black cohosh is a perennial plant native to North America that also is known as black snakeroot, bugbane, bugwort, rattleroot, rattletop, rattleweed and macrotys, according to the National Institutes of Health.
Dirty Dozen: 12 Supplements to Avoid Name(s) Dangers Regulatory Actions DEFINITELY HAZARDOUS: Documented organ failure or known carcinogenic properties Aristolochic acid Potent human carcinogen; FDA warning to (Aristolochia, kidney failure, sometimes consumers and industry birthwort, requiring transplant; deaths and import alert in snakeroot, reported.
Dirty Dozen: 12 Supplements to Avoid Name(s) Dangers Regulatory Actions DEFINITELY HAZARDOUS: Documented organ failure or known carcinogenic properties Aristolochic acid Potent human carcinogen; FDA warning to (Aristolochia, birthwort, kidney failure, consumers and snakeroot, snakeweed, sometimes requiring industry and import sangree root, sangrel, transplant; deaths alert in April serpentary, serpentaria, reported.
Dirty Dozen: 12 Supplements to Avoid Name(s) Dangers Regulatory Actions DEFINITELY HAZARDOUS: Documented organ failure or known carcinogenic properties Aristolochic acid Potent human FDA warning to (Aristolochia, carcinogen; kidney consumers and birthwort, snakeroot, failure, sometimes industry and import snakeweed, sangree requiring transplant; alert in April 2001.
An even more vivid demonstration focused on the snakeroot, Cimicifuga simplex, which grows in three forms, each with its own habitats, pollinators, and scents.
ALSO called black snakeroot, from the roots of a perennial plant grown in Canada and parts of the US.