Baptisia


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Related to Baptisia: Baptisia tinctoria
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Synonyms for Baptisia

genus of North American plants with showy flowers and an inflated pod

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Baptisia like to be undisturbed once planted - ideally in well drained soil in the sun.
The antimicrobial nasal solution consists of four primary ingredients blended in homeopathic dosages and technique: Baptisia tinctoria (wild indigo), grapefruit seed extract, oregano, and nano silver, in a pH balanced isotonic blend.
Cohen 9:30 FACTORS RELATING TO GERMINATION AND SEEDLING SUCCESS IN BAPTISIA ARACHNIFERA **, Timothy J.
For winter interest, consider incorporating plants with seed pods like baptisia, or leave ornamental grasses standing to add motion to the landscape.
Three endangered species, formerly known from Illinois but believed to be extirpated, were recorded: Baptisia tinctoria (yellow wild indigo), Scleria muhlenbergia (Muhlenberg's nut rush), and Scleria pauciflora var.
A combination of Thuja occidentalis, Baptisia tinctoria and Echinacea root has shown efficacy against influenza A infection in mice when administered 6 days before exposure (Bodinet 2002).
(8.) Naser B, Lund B, Henneicke-von Zepelin FILL Kohler G, Lehmacher W, Scaglione E A randomized, double-blind, placebo-con trolled, clinical dose-response trial of an extract of Baptisia, Echinaeea and Thuja for the treatment of patients with common cold.
Rodriguez noted, several "immune-enhancing" herbs contain significant amounts of arabinogalactan, such as Echinacea purpurea, Baptisia tinctoria or Thuja occidentalis, and researchers speculate this is one of the main immune-activating principles in these herbs.
Immunomodulatory effects of arabinogalactan-proteins from Baptisia and Echinacea.
Also two other very common homeopathic flu remedies widely used are baptisia and gelsemium.
Sage, tall with pink slipper-like blooms; phlomis with its whorls of yellow blooms and gray leaves; astors; butterfly weed; a climbing "Red Cascade" rose bush; tall pink-topped agastache; baptisia with its blue-gray foliage; balloon flower, which gets its name because it looks like a balloon just before blooming.
Other forbs included Apocynum cannabinum (Indian hemp), Asclepias tuberosa (butterflyweed), Baptisia tinctoria (wild indigo), Lespedeza capitata (bush clover), L.
Russian sage (Petrovskia), butterfly bush (Buddleia), wild indigo (Baptisia australis) and lavender belong to a class of plants that botanists call subshrubs.