Anemarrhena

A·nem·ar·rhe·na

(ă-nem'ă-rē'nă)
A. asphodeloides, an herb used in traditional Chinese medicine, where it is purportedly of value in treating fever, bowel, and urinary disorders, and some infectious diseases.
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Sarsasapogenin is a compound isolated from the roots of the plant Anemarrhena asphodeloides.
Antidepressant-like effects of sarsasapogenin from Anemarrhena asphodeloides BUNGE (Liliaceae).
Steroidal glycosides from the rhizomes of Anemarrhena asphodeloides and their antiplatelet aggregation activity.
Embryology, cytology and systematics of Hemiphylacus, Asparagus and Anemarrhena (Asparagales).
wisdom, with gypsum, anemarrhena root, licorice root and nonglutinous rice.
Fritillaria cirrhosa bulbus, Anemarrhena rhizoma and Lee-Mo-Tang
The traditional Korean herbs Fritillaria cirrhosa bulbus, Anemarrhena rhizoma and Lee-Mo-Tang (a traditional herbal formulae composed by a ratio of 50 to 50), have been shown in vivo to significantly reduce inflammation via lowered levels of numerous EoE inflammatory mediators.
In summary, the study concludes the following: -- BN108, an aqueous extract of Anemarrhena asphodeloides, selectively induces cell death in breast cancer cells and other tumor cells without having a toxic effect on normal cells.
Isolation and hypoglycemic activity of anemarans A, B, C and D, glycans of Anemarrhena asphodeloides rhizomes.
1988) for Anemarrhena asphodeloides, and el-Ghazaly and Nilsson (1991) for Catharanthus roseus.
On the origin, development and ultrastructure of the orbicules and pollenkitt in the tapetum of Anemarrhena asphodeloides (Liliaceae).
Systematics and embryology of Hemiphylacus, Anemarrhena and Asparagaceae.