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Houttuynia cordata is a traditional medicinal plant that is used in herbal preparations in Asian countries to relieve inflammatory conditions (Jee et al.
The other herbs included Japanese-honeysuckle, houttuynia cordata Thumb, laquer tree extract, yellow ginger and hoantchy root which were documented owning the antioxidant, antimicrobial or anti-diarrhoeal property (Chen et al.
To attest our assumption, becatamide was subsequently isolated from Houttuynia cordata and its structure (houttuynamide A) was published during our study (Chou et al.
The constituents and their bioactivities of Houttuynia cordata.
Micro Skin Water ingredients: water, butylene glycol, serine, thymus serpillum extract, houttuynia cordata extract, camellia oleifera seed extract, dipotassium glycyrrhizate, etidronic acid, quaternium-73, nitrogen.
The effects of dietary Houttuynia cordata and Taraxacum officinale extract powder on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, blood characteristics and meat quality in finishing pigs.
Hayashi K, Kamiya M, Hayashi T (1995) Virucidal effect of the steam distillate from Houttuynia cordata and its constituents on HSV-1, influenza virus and HIV.
Houttuynia cordata Chameleon is a marginal water plant with tangy, aromatic leaves that are splashed with yellow and red.
Nearby are sidalcea, sedum, lobelia, the pink form of the Evening Primrose (Oenothera speciosa), cyclamen, roses, sempervivum, hosta, begonia, antirrhinum, sweet peas, campanula, Houttuynia cordata Chameleon, heuchera, euphorbia and bamboos.
With its fantastic splash of yellow, green, bronze and red foliage, Houttuynia cordata Chameleon looks as if it has been daubed with paint.
schmidtiana 'Silver Mound'), plantain lily (Hosta), Houttuynia cordata 'Variegata', dead nettle (Lamium maculatum), sedum (S.
The most effective medicinal plant from families other than Rosaceae was Cedrela sinensis, followed in order by Nelumbo nucifera, Eucommia ulmoides, Zanthoxylum piperitum, Cudrania tricuspidata and Houttuynia cordata.