Leonotis leonurus


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Synonyms for Leonotis leonurus

relatively nontoxic South African herb smoked like tobacco

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Afolayan (2010) Effect of aqueous extract of Leonotis leonurus (L.) R.
Conclusion: The results provide evidence that marrubiin, a constituent of Leonotis leonurus, alleviates diabetic symptoms.
Keywords: Leonotis leonurus Marubiin Hyperglycemia Insulin Antidiabetic Anti-inflammatory
Leonotis leonurus (Lamiaceae) R.Br a plant indigenous to South Africa contains the diterpenoid labdane lactones premarrubiin and marrubiin (M) (Fig.
The cardioprotective effects of marrubiin, a diterpenoid found in Leonotis leonurus extracts.
For permanence, plant gaura, lantana, or lion's tail (Leonotis leonurus).
Water extract of Leonotis leonurus was tested for anticonvulsant activity against seizures produced in mice by pentylenetetrazole, picrotoxin, bicuculline and N-methyl-DL-aspartic acid (intraperitoneal injections).
Key words: Leonotis leonurus, aqueous extract, anticonvulsant activity, seizures, gabaergic and glutaminergic mechanisms, mice
The present study has been focused on the crude water extract of Leonotis leonurus (L.) R.
Good choices include daylilies, gaillardia, Gaura lindheimeri, gloriosa daisy, lion's tail, (Leonotis leonurus), penstemon, phygelius, salvia, and yarrow.
Also try blue hibiscus (Alyogyne huegelii), grevillea, kangaroo paw, and Westringia fruticosa from Australia; Cape mallow (Anisodontea x hypomandarum), Cape plumbago, kniphofia, leucospermum, and lion's tail (Leonotis leonurus) from South Africa; or Pride of Madeira (Echium candicans) and rockrose from the Mediterranean region.
* Burnished orange lion's tail (Leonotis leonurus) with bronze rudbeckia and a brown sedge like Carex buchananii
Orange lion's tail (Leonotis leonurus) sizzles by itself, but when it's placed near deep blue globe thistle (Echinops exaltatus) or purple salvia, the heat goes down.
Artemisia Aster Buddleia Catmint (Nepeta) Dead nettle (Lamium maculatum) Dianthus Dusty miller (Senecio cineraria) Geranium (Pelargonium) Germander (Teucrium) Lavatera Lavender Lion's tail (Leonotis leonurus) Penstemon Salvia
Artemisia 'Powis Castle', fairy wand (Dierama pulcherrimum), lion's tail (Leonotis leonurus), Russian sage (Perovskia), Jerusalem sage (Phlomis fruticosa), Matilija poppy (Romneya coulteri), salvia (S.