Aristolochia


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Related to Aristolochia: Aristolochia clematitis, Aristolochia macrophylla, Aristolochia durior, Aristolochia gigantea
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The weight of Caulis Aristolochiae Manshuriensis was about 20 mg and that of the three other Aristolochia samples were approximately 0.
In the one-to-multiple case (one herb refers to multiple species), the herb, fangji, refers to the root of either Aristolochia fangchi, Stephania tetrandra, Cocculus trilobus or C.
Aristolochia tomentosa Sims; Pipe Vine, Woolly Dutchman's Pipe; Northwest corner of west side (a large colony); Rare; (#); C = 7; BSUH 12585.
Keywords: Scorpion; Medicinal plants; Centruroides limpidus limpidus; Bouvardia ternifolia; Aristolochia elegans; Vitex mollis
This picture is almost identical to those found in young sieve elements of Aristolochia clematitis (Behnke, 1988; Fig.
Thomas 694 (Fernald) Gleason Aristolochia Aristolochiaceae Clark W.
Aristolochia bracteolata is a perennial herb, the leaves of which are used by the native tribals and villagers of the Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh in India for the rapid healing of cuts and wounds.
Among others, this list includes Agastache scrophulariaefolia, Aristolochia serpentaria, Carya laciniosa, Hamamelis virginiana, Hybanthus concolor, Ilex verticillata, Lobelia cardinalis, Huperzia lucidula, Lycopus virginicus, Triosteum aurantiacum, Triphora trianthophora, and Ulmus thomasii.
Similarly, Hindu medicine still claims Aristolochia indica, Crocus sativus, Alpinia galanga and Allium cepa as potent aphrodisiacs (Puri, 1971).
Han Fang Ji, derived from the root of STSM, is considerably different from Fang Ji (Japanese), which is derived from the root of Sinomenium accutum Rehder or Wilson and Guang Fang Ji, which is derived from the root of Aristolochia fan gchi WU.
Fanselow G, Der Einflu[beta] von Pflanzenextrakten (Echinacea purpurea, Aristolochia clematitis) und homoopathischen Medikamenten (Acidum formicicum, Sulfur) auf die Phagozytoseleistung humanen Granulozyten in vitro MD thesis, University Munchen
Inside the room is a plant called Aristolochia, also known as Dutchman's Pipe.
A flavoring plant has developing value recently, Aristolochia delavayi.