Phytolacca


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Phytolacca

genus of plants in the family Phytolaccaceae; suspected to contain a toxic saponin which causes enteritis with vomiting, abdominal pain and diarrhea. The illness may be fatal. Includes P. americana (P. decandra, poke or pokeweed), P. dioica, P. octandra (ink weed), P. dodecandra.
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So Phil advised me to take phytolacca twice a day to combat the symptoms and I was amazed by the results.
Song sparrow availability samples contained higher proportions of Digitaria and Galactia seeds than did samples for the other species, and Phytolacca seeds ranked higher in white-throated sparrow samples than in samples for the other species (Table 3).
Phytolacca dodecandra Berries as a Means of Controlling Bilharzia-transmitting Snails.
Pokeweed antiviral protein (PAP), a 29-k Da plant-derived protein isolated from Phytolacca americana, is a broad-spectrum antiviral agent.
Late Summer- Spring species Summer species Fall species Arisaema dracontium Circaea lutetiana Agastache nepetoides Dodecatheon meadia Cryptotaenia canadensis Ageratina altissima Osmorhiza longistylis Galium concinnum Amphicarpaea bracteata Potentilla simplex Orbexilum onobrychis Hackelia virginiana Sanicula odorata Phytolacca americana Lactuca biennis Triosteum aurantiacum Smilax lasioneura Phryma leptostachya T.
Shaaban AH, Ahmed ZF (1959) A new spermatocidal principle from Phytolacca americana.
The remaining plant species, belonging to families used in ethnomedicine, include Dianthus sinensis (Caryophyllaceae), Phytolacca polyandra (Phytolaccaceae) and Polygonat hum odoratum (Convallariaceae).
These include Arisaema dracontium, Arisaema triphyllum (Jack-in-the-pulpit), Blephilia hirsuta (hairy wood mint), Desmodium glutinosum (pointed-leaf tick trefoil), Phytolacca americana (the abundant pokeweed), Podophyllum peltatum (mayapple), and Stachys tenuifolia (smooth hedge-nettle).
purpureum, Geum vernum, Hackelia virginiana, Laportea canadensis, Lobelia siphilitica, Oxalis stricta, Phytolacca americana, Pilea pumila, Polygonum pensylvanicum, Potentilla norvegica, Senecio glabellus, Smilax ecirrhata, Sisyrinchium angustifolium, Solidago flexicaulis, Stachys tenuifolia, and Typha latifolia.