Urtica dioica

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Synonyms for Urtica dioica

perennial Eurasian nettle established in North America having broad coarsely toothed leaves with copious stinging hairs

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Serenoa repens associated with Urtica dioica and curcumin and quercitin extracts are able to improve the efficacy of prulifloxacin in bacterial prostatitis patients: results from a prospective randomized study.
Therefore, the aim of the current study was to evaluate the anti-diabetic properties of Urtica dioica distillate (UD).
The histological and histometrical effects of Urtica dioica extract on rat's prostate hyperplasia.
Parsuraman, "Urtica dioica L., (Urticaceae): A stinging nettle," Systematic Reviews in Pharmacy, vol.
Whereas Chlorophytum borivilianum, Morus alba and Urtica dioica had low efficiency in the reduction of blood glucose levels, Dracaena arborea had no effect and the treated animals revealed similar rates as those for untreated diabetics, regardless of extract concentration.
Effect of Urtica dioica on memory dysfunction and hypoalgesia in an experimental model of diabetic neuropathy.
Grass samples, Chamaemelum nobile, Trachyspermum copticum, Descurania Sophia, Urtica dioica, Falcaria vulgaris, Tragopogon collinus, Gundelia tournefortii and Taraxacum officinale were collected at mid-vegetative stage from natural pastures in Kermanshah province.
The leaf (not the root as is used for prostate health) of the stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) plant inhibits the activation of TNF-a and the cytokine II-B1 in the synovial tissue.
John's-wort (Hypericum perforatum L.) yarrow (Achillea millefolium L.) nettle (Urtica dioica L.) and chicory (Cichorium intybus L.).
Urtica dioica ydi eu bwyd nhw - neu ddalan poethion i chi a fi.
(2012) en Urtica dioica senalo que esta especie acumulo plomo principalmente en hojas, y podria utilizarse en la fitorremediacion de suelos contaminados con plomo (Grubor 2008).
biloba) in Baltimore, New York, and Philadelphia; African-Americans in Baltimore and Philadelphia foraged young pokeweed shoots (Phytolacca americana); and American Indians in Seattle harvested evergreen huckleberries (Vaccinium ovatum) and nettle leaves (Urtica dioica).
Lichius, "Antiproliferative effect on human prostate cancer cells by a stinging nettle root (Urtica dioica) extract," Planta Medica, vol.