Valeriana


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Synonyms for Valeriana

genus of widely distributed perennial herbs and some shrubs

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Cytotoxic, antioxidant, antispasmodic, anthelmintic and antibacterial activity were also detected on extracts obtained from some Valeriana species (Gilani, Khan, Jabeen, Subhan, & Ghafar, 2005; Sati, Khulbe, & Joshi, 2011; Potdar, Lole, & Patil, 2011; Bhatt et al., 2012; Aydin, Dikmen, & Kismali, 2016).
There are also 35 genera and 244 species in Carabaya not registered for Bolivia, the largest of these differences are present in genera such as Senecio (with 15 species), Nototriche (13), Valeriana, Calamagrostis and Gentianella (with 9 species each), Poa (7), Xenophyllum (6), Lupinus, Neobartsia and Pycnophyllum (with 5 species each).
At each sample time point (0, 3, 7, 10, 14, and 16 days), ten grams of Valeriana were diluted with the sterile Ringer's solution in a stomacher bag filter and homogenised in the BagMixer (Interscience, France) for 5 min, and decimal serial dilutions were prepared and plated on Petri plates.
The study aimed at determination of the optimum conditions for high yielding and high quality of Valeriana officinalis L.
Besides Validol, other top-selling brands in 2015 include: Valeriana, Benosen and Glog-Menta-Valeriana.
Besides, people tend to choose the cheapest products available, or relieve stress with traditional means (such as herbal teas, valeriana or hops).
herbal beverage tea (bag) category, topselling primary herbs were chamomile, mints (Mentha spp.), ginger, valerian (Valeriana officinalis) root, and guayusa (Ilex guayusa) leaf.
Can Valeriana officinalis root extract prevent early postoperative cognitive dysfunction after CABG surgery?
Valeriana jatamansi Jones (4.6 US$ kg-1) and Viola canescens Wall ex Roxb (12.6 US$ kg-1) provide adequate treatment for cholera and fever respectively.
Valerian (Valeriana officinalis L.) has been shown to improve sleep disturbances in adults (Fernandez-San-Martin et al., 2010; HMPC, 2007) and in children (Francis and Dempster, 2002) when used as a monotherapy or in combination with other herbal remedies.
Valeriana jatamansi Jones was a famous Traditional Chinese Medicine used to treat anxiety disorders in clinical prescription for many years [6].