Eupatorium


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Eupatorium

a plant genus of the Asteraceae family; contains mostly unidentified toxins. Includes E. wrightii.

Eupatorium adenophorum
in Australia and Hawaii, pulmonary fibrosis is the principal lesion, and dyspnea and cough the cardinal signs in poisoning of horses by these plants. Called also Numinbah horse sickness, Tallebudgera horse disease.
Eupatorium rugosum, Eupatorium ageratoides, Eupatorium urticaefolium
poisoning causes tremor, dyspnea, paralysis and recumbency and can be fatal. The toxic alcohol that it contains is passed through the milk of cows and can poison persons who drink it. Called also white snakeroot.
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Hepatotoxicity and cholestasis in rats induced by the sesquiterpene, 9-oxo-10, 11-dehydroageraphorone, isolated from Eupatorium adenophorum.
Los alcaloides pirrolizidinicos se presentan sobre todo en especies de Adenostyles, Emilia, Echinacea, Eupatorium, Farfugium, Petasites, Senecio, Tussilago, etc.
Momordica charantia fruit extract reportedly possess analgesic activity [67]; leaves of Eupatorium odoratum reportedly also possess analgesic activity [24]; the two plant parts used in combination were used by the Kaviraj against stomach pain.
Acute Toxicity study: The aqueous extract of Eupatorium birmanicum DC was found to be safe in the doses used and there was no mortality upto a dose of 3 mg/kg, p.
Research of mechanism of invasion of Eupatorium adenophorum, Pruataculture & Animal Husbandry 1: 5-7.
2001) que tambem registraram baixo percentual de germinacao para as sementes de Bacharis trimera (abaixo de 20%); Eupatorium laevigatum (30%); Mikania cordifolia (30%); Senecio oxyphyllus (40%) e Trixis praestens (20%), da familia Asteraceae.
Acompanan, entre otras especies, Eupatorium buniifolium, E.
In a small double-blind trial, Eupatorium laevigatum paste improved 5-day cure rates and pain relief more than triamcinolone 0.
There are few characteristic broad-leaved herbs, but the rather weedy Eupatorium serotinum is relatively frequent.