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bol·dus

(bol'dŭs),
The leaves of Boldu boldus or Peumus boldus (family Monimiaceae), an evergreen shrub of Chile; used in various disturbances of liver function.
Synonym(s): boldo
[Chilean]

boldo,

n Latin names:
Boldea boldus, Peumus boldus; part used: leaves; uses: sedative, liver medicine, laxative, flatulence, dysmenorrhea, gout, spastic digestive tract; precautions: pregnancy, lactation, children, patients with lung or neurologic disease, bile duct blockage, liver ailments, and gallstones; can cause paralysis, coma, seizures, death, and the crippling of the respiratory system. Also called
boldea, boldoa, boldine, boldo-do-Chile, or
boldus.
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Asteraceae), and Peumus boldus Molina (Monimiaceae) which as single extracts have shown diverse effects on abnormalities associated with the metabolic syndrome.
La combinacion floristica caracteristica de la asociacion cuenta con la participacion de unas especies arboreas habituales en Cryptocaryon albae (Cryptocarya alba, Schinus latifolius, Peumus boldus y Citronella mucronata) pero con la normalmente dominante Beilschmiedia miersi ademas de algunas especies del sotobosque que revelan una posicion mas mesofitica dentro de la alianza como Chiropetalum tricuspidatum, Sanicula crassicaulis, Loasa triloba y Dioscorea bryoniifolia.
sen, hoja) 20% Peumus boldus Molina (boldo, hoja) 15% Lippia citriodora H.
Labiatae) o el "boldo" Peumus boldus Molina (Monimiaceae) por su posible relacion con sustancias estupefacientes.
Las especies dominantes son Peumus boldus y Cryptocarya alba.
Predomina aqui el bosque esclerofilo humedo (Cryptocaria alba, Peumus boldus, Schinus latifolius Myrceugeni sp), asi como tambien especies higrofitas tipicas (Drimys winteri, Aristotelia chilensis, Persea lingue, Azara celastrina, Adenopeltis serrata).
16 Evergreen broadleaf matorral landscape on the coastal range in the Chilean mediterranean, showing the dominant species Peumus boldus.
It is the name they've given to the evergreen tree Peumus boldus, the leaves of which contain the active ingredient boldine.
5% Peumus boldus (boldo); 32% sodium butyrate; 3% nucleotides prepared from Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast hydrolysis and carrier (60%).
2002), and isoboldine was found in Peumus boldus (Vanhaelen 1973; Genest et al.
In a previous study, the extract from Peumus boldus Molina (Monimiaceae) leaves at 15 and 20% ([m.
Toxicidade pre-clinica de fitoterapico contendo Aloe ferox, Quassia amara, Cynara scolymus, Gentiana lutea, Peumus boldus, Rhamnus purshiana, Solanum paniculatum e Valeriana officinalis.