Rhododendron ferrugineum


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Rhododendron ferrugineum (rō·d·denˑ·drn fe·rōō·jiˑ·nē·m),

n parts used: flowers, leaves, galls, plant; uses: antirheumatic, induction of perspiration, diuretic, carminative; precautions: may cause vomiting, diarrhea; chronic use may cause poisoning. Also called
komar, rododendro, rusty-leaved alprose, and
alpenrose.
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Phytochemical characterization of Rhododendron ferrugineum and in vitro assessment of an aqueous extract on cell toxicity.