Cichorium intybus


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Cichorium intybus,

n See chicory.

Cichorium intybus

member of the Asteraceae plant family; the roots contain an unidentified toxin which causes salivation, diarrhea in cattle. Called also chicory.
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The diuretic effect of Terminalia arjuna and anti-inflammatory and anti-immunotoxicity effect of Cichorium intybus have been shown in clinical and experimental studies (Kim 2002, Langmead 2001, Mathur 1994).
Preparation of PartySmart: PartySmart contains dried aqueous extracts of Phoenix dactylifera (fruit : 188 mg), Cichorium intybus (seeds : 188 mg), Andrographis paniculata (aerial part : 188 mg), Vitis vinifera (fruit : 188 mg), Phyllanthus amarus (aerial part : 124 mg), and Emblica officinalis (fruit : 124 mg).
INCI (clear): Water, butylene glycol, cichorium intybus (chicory) root extract, ptychopelatum olaoides extract.
alpha]-Glucosidase inhibitory activity of triterpenoids from Cichorium intybus.
INCI name: Water and butylene glycol and cichorium intybus (chicory) root extract and ptychopetalum olacoides bark/root extract
Powder with yogurt and used it to Cichorium intybus L.
Types of weed in farms are: Chenopodium album, Amaranthus retroflexus, Portulaca oleraceae,Convolvulus arvensis, Echinochloa crus-gali, Kochia sp ,Solanum nigrum, Cichorium intybus, Acroptilon repens and etc.
Only a limited number, including Cichorium intybus, Medicago sativa (planted), Phleum pratense, and Symphyotrichum novae-angliae were common to abundant.