Baptisia tinctoria


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An annual herb, the root of which contains alkaloids, glycosides, and tannins. It is anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and used topically for minor cuts and pain

Baptisia tinctoria (L.) R.Br. ex Ait. f.,

n See baptisia.
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1989) could show, that a purified high molecular weight fraction from Baptisia tinctoria roots stimulates lymphocyte DNA synthesis.
Immunologisch aktive Glykoproteine aus Baptisia tinctoria.
Beuscher N, Scheit K-H, Bodinet C, Kopanski L (1998) Immunologically active glycoproteins of Baptisia tinctoria.
The secondary places of importance are occupied by preparations from Baptisia tinctoria, Thuja occidentalis, Eupatorium spec.