Isatis tinctoria


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European biennial formerly grown for the blue coloring matter yielded by its leaves

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Existing studies have shown that the chemical composition of the Isatis tinctoria is a little bit complicated, and most studies focused on alkaloids, flavonoids, and lignans [15].
Of 31 herbal ingredients in the 650-mg tablet, those present in significant concentration included lingzi or reishi (Ganoderma lucidum), woad (Isatis tinctoria), astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus), andrographis (Andrographis paniculata), Japanese honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica), evergreen wisteria (Milletia reticulata), oldenlandia (Oldenlandia diffusa), and dashi kombu (Laminaria japonica).
Kazemipur, "Optimization of dyeing wool fibers procedure with Isatis tinctoria by response surface methodology," Journal of Natural Fibers, vol.
Woad (Isatis tinctoria) provided Europe's ancient and medieval indigo dye but, like Japan's indigo plant (Polygonum tinctorium), it was traditionally processed and used as a leaf compost unsuited to intercontinental trade.
Background: The herbal Isatis tinctoria extract (ITE) inhibits the inducible maisoform of cyclooxygenase (COX-2) as well as lipoxygenase (5-LOX) and therefore possesses anti-inflammatory properties.
Scientists have discovered that the plant, Isatis tinctoria, is a rich source of an anti-tumour compound glucobrassicin (GBS) which is also found in broccoli and Brussels sprouts, and is believed to be especially active against breast cancer.
Scientists have discovered that the plant, Isatis tinctoria, is a rich source of anti-tumour compound glucobrassicin (GBS) which is also found in broccoli and brussels sprouts, and is believed to be especially active against breast cancer.
Satellite remote sensing of Dyer's woad (Isatis tinctoria).
adopted combined methods of bioactive trace technology and phytochemical extraction and separation, to guide the isolation and purification of the effective chemical constituents on the water-soluble components of aerial parts of Isatis tinctoria, one of the most well-studied Chinese herbs effective against the dengue fever.
To be precise it is spelt isatis tinctoria, but in early printing the letters I, H, J and Y were often applied phonetically, for instance hyacinths were often called jacinth.