guaiacum


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Synonyms for guaiacum

medicinal resin from the lignum vitae tree

hard greenish-brown wood of the lignum vitae tree and other trees of the genus Guaiacum

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Caption: Figure 8: A decoction of Guaiacum sanctum, to help with my husband's knee pain and inflammation.
The strongest activity was detected in the chloroform and ethyl acetate extracts of Guaiacum officinale, with lethality values below 10 [micro]g/mL.
We also had the flowers-habit/look association and this was the case of Guaiacum officinale L.
pentandra y Guaiacum sp., especies representantes de una vegetacion xerofitica que no reviste interes comestible, medicinal o comercial para el grupo, lo que explicaria su aparente invisibilidad.
The lead accumulated by the leaves of different species of roadside plants in Karachi, Pakistan was measured in a study by [15] .Nerium oleander, Guaiacum officinale, Ficus bengalensis and F.
Effects of scale insect herbivory and shading on net gas exchange and growth of a subtropical tree species (Guaiacum sanctum L.).
Lignum vitae is the name given to wood from trees of the genus Guaiacum, which are all now considered endangered species.
This product contains samento, teasel, smilax (sarsaparilla), guaiacum (an anti-spirochetal herb used in Europe but which is not very well known in the United States), and astragalus (which is used to boost the immune system).