Carthamus tinctorius


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safflower

Chinese medicine
A herb, the flowers of which are used topically for abscesses, bruises and burns, and internally for anginal pan, coagulation disorders, delayed menses, and as a cardiovascular tonic.

Carthamus tinctorius,

n See safflower.
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The anti-nutrients present in the seeds under investigation are found to be very low however employing appropriate and effective processing techniques to eliminate the adverse effects of these anti-nutritive constituents in Helianthus annuus LSF-11 and LSF-8, Carthamus tinctorius PBNS-12, PBNS-40 and Arachis hypogaea JL-24 and thereby further improve their nutritive value.
Carthamus red from Carthamus tinctorius L exerts antioxidant and hepatoprotective effect against CCI-induced liver damage in rats via the Nrf2 pathway.
The seeds of Carthamus tinctorius contain only small quantities of the active lignan-derivatives, e.
In fact, safflomide-type phenylpropanoid amides can be found in plants such as Coffea canephora, Theobroma cacao, and Carthamus tinctorius.
Characterization of a polysaccharide from Carthamus tinctorius that cross reacts with type III pneumococcal polysaccharide.
INCI: Carthamus tinctorius (safflower) oleosomes + glycerine (INCI name applied for)
Caldes G, Prescott B, Thomas CA, Baker PJ (1981) Characterization of a polysaccharide from Carthamus tinctorius that cross reacts with type III pneumococcal polysaccharide.