Aristolochiaceae (Birthwort Family) Aristolochia
tomentosa Sims: Pipe vine; native; FAC; 7
More than 70 people suffered kidney failure in Belgium in 1993 after taking a slimming preparation in which aristolochia
had been used instead of stephania.
Evers (1968) listed this species on Aristolochia
grandiflora, Brassica oleracea botrytis group, Brassica oleracea acephala group and Xanthosoma roseum.
Seventy Belgians also had kidney trouble after they took Aristolochia
instead of harmless Stephania and Clematis which treat similar problems.
At the same time, the common observed ranges of AA-I in various species of Aristolochia
were also evaluated and compared with Herba Asari in our study.
In the multiple-to-one case (multiple plant parts from the same species serve as different TCM herbs), the three herbs, madouling, qingmuxiang and tianxianteng, are derived, respectively, from the fruit, root and stem of Aristolochia
debilis, or A.
Revision of the North and Central American hexandrous species of Aristolochia
Nineteen species, including Aristolochia
serpentaria, Arnoglossum reniforme, Asclepias quadrifolia, Aureolaria virginica, Clematis viorna, Symphyotrichum prenanthoides, and Trillium nivale, have a C of 8.
In vivo anti-snake venom activity of a furanoid diterpene from Aristolochia
albida Duch (Aristolochiaceae).
A large colony of Aristolochia
tomentosa occurs in the northwest corner along the woods' edge.
The aim of this work was to evaluate the effect of Bouvardia ternifolia, Aristolochia
elegans and Vitex mollis extracts on Centruroides limpidus limpidus venom lethality in mice, and to determine their antagonist activity on guinea pig ileum.
The sieve-element plastids of Aristolochia