The varying phenology and growth patterns of Baptisia
bracteata (Fabaceae) in reconstructed prairie.
The most well-known member of this family in the homeopathic materia medica is Baptisia
tinctoria--the keynote sensation being a feeling of having one's body parts scattered all over the bed.
Dictamnus (Gas Plant), Globe Thistle and Baptisia
will grow and flower year after year.
These taxa represent the mosaic of habitats present in and adjacent to the study area and include the following: Baptisia
bracteata, Actaea racemosa, Lilium michauxii, Stenanthium gramineum, and Trillium catebaei.
tinctoria (wild indigo) fixes nitrogen in the soil, is medicinal--and is beautiful.
A blend of two potent strains of Echinacea along with two other immune-boosters, Thuja and Baptisia
, Esberitox has been recommended by pediatricians and family physicians in Europe and the U.
AGPs have been isolated and purified from roots of Baptisia
tinctoria and Echinacea pallida and suspension culture of Echinacea purpurea.
For acute illnesses, red root can be combined with echinacea or baptisia
, where it also exerts a mild expectorant effect.
The weevil appears quite adaptive to exploiting species of Baptisia
around the Midwest and South (Evans et al.
Lee 9:45 RESTORATION OF THE FEDERALLY ENDANGERED GEORGIA ENDEMIC BAPTISIA
ARACHNIFERA (FABACEAE) AT THE LAKE LOUISE BIOLOGICAL STATION, LOWNDES COUNTY, GA, John B.
Studies on antigen specifity of immunoreactive arabinogalactan proteins extracted from Baptisia
tinctoria and Echinacea purpurea.
There is not generally much of a cough in Baptisia
Esberitox is a tasty, chewable product that combines two types of echinacea with the herbs baptisia
and thuja, and has been clinically proven to reduce the duration and severity of colds by 50 percent.
tinctoria; Echinacea pallida/purpurea; Thuja occidentalis; Common cold; Esberitox[R]
The effect of seed predation on pod abortion by the prairie legume, Baptisia