Bryophyllum


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Bryophyllum

genus of African and Madagascan plants in the family Crassulaceae. Contain bufadienolide, cardiac glycosides; causes dyspnea, diarrhea, cardiomyopathy. Includes B. daigremontium, B. daigremontium × B. tubiflorum, B. fedtschenkoi, B. proliferum. Called also Kalanchoe.

Bryophyllum pinnatum
B. calycinum, Cotyledon pinnata, live-leaf-of-resurrection plant.
Bryophyllum tubiflorum
B. delagoense (and its hybrid with B. daigremontianum). Called also mother-of-millions.
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Plants of the genus Bryophyllum (family Crassulaceae) occur in tropical Africa, America and Asia and have been traditionally used in these regions in repeated pathological situations (Yadav and Dixit, 2003; Lans, 2006).
Neuropharmacological effects of aqueous leaf extract of Bryophyllum pinnatum in mice.
The use of preparations from Bryophyllum pinnatum in tocolysis is supported by both clinical (retrospective comparative studies) and experimental (using uterus strips) evidence.
Clusiaceae Calophyllum brasiliense Brazil DSB Chromatographic Camb fraction Crassulaceae Bryophyllum calycinum Brazil FhLFJ Flavonoid fraction Salisb Cucurbitaceae Wilbrandia ebracteata Brazil DLF MeOH ext.
braziliensis Crassulaceae Bryophyllum pinnatum Kurz Brazil LF L.
CAROL: It's Bryophyllum daigremontianum, also called Alligator plant, Mother of Thousands or Mexican Hat plant.
MIKE BUTTERS MIKE BUTTERS Bryophyllum AITS daigremontianum, also called alligator plant, mother of thousands or Mexican hat plant.
Aims: To determine if the phytotherapeutic agent, Bryophyllum pinnatum, could serve as an alternative drug for the overactive bladder syndrome, and to characterise the fraction responsible for the inhibition of detrusor contractility.
The new species described here, was collected from the leaves of Bryophyllum pinnatum (Lam.
In Vitro Antimicrobial Activity of Crude Extracts from Plants Bryophyllum pinnatum and Kalanchoe crenata.
The ages of the 300 respondents used in this study ranged from 29 to 70 years, The highest number was recorded with those around 40 years of age where over one-third of the subjects fell within, There were different traditional practices used by the respondents and these included: leaves of Bryophyllum pinnatum (67.
Syn: Bryophyllum pinnatum) Name: dingan-dingan Life form/habitat: Cultivated herb in kitchen garden.