Rheum rhaponticum


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Rheum rhaponticum

culinary rhubarb, member of plant family Polygonaceae; the leaves can cause oxalate poisoning if fed in large amounts.
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The product, (one enteric coated 250 mg tablet containing 4 mg Rheum rhaponticum dry extract daily for 12 weeks), significantly decreased the number and severity of hot flushes, p<0.
The concentration of resveratrol per dry matter in 'Hasaine Sladki' stems is closely comparable with its high concentration in the roots of Rheum rhaponticum [6].