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Chrysanthemum

[krisan′thəməm]
a genus of perennial flowering herbs of the family Compositae, native to the Balkans and the Middle East. They are a common cause of contact dermatitis, and their powdered flowers are insecticidal and scabicidal and a source of pyrethrins.

chrysanthemum

Chinese medicine
A perennial herb, the flowers of which are used topically for conjunctivitis and blurred vision, and internally for inflammation, headaches, hearing loss, hypertension, ocular pain, paresthesias, poor vision linked to renal and hepatic dysfunction, vertigo and as a blood tonic.

Chrysanthemum

plant genus in the family Asteraceae; contains sesquiterpene lactones; causes contact dermatitis. Garden plants called also feverfew, marguerite.

Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium
the plant from which pyrethrum is extracted. Called also Pyrethrum cinerarifolia.
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Treated groups with Chrysanthemum indicum (groups 3 treated with low dose), showing testicular tissue formed of normally looking seminefrous tubules (*) with normally spermatogenesis (Fig.
Groups treated with DOX in combination with Chrysanthemum indicum (group 5 for low dose) showing testicular tissue formed of mild improved seminefrous tubules but with peritubular edema (Fig.
From the pathological findings its clear that DOX treatment induce pathological changes in liver, kidney and testicular tissues, however the treatment with DOX in combination with Chrysanthemum indicum ameliorate these changes specially with the high dose of Chrysanthemum indicum.
In conclusion, data from this study suggest that the reduction of antioxidant defense during doxorubicin administration resulted in reduced the frequency of micronuclei and DNA damage, as well as hepatic, kidney and testicular injury, could be prevented by Chrysanthemum indicum extract supplementation by decreasing the oxidative stress and scavenging the free radicals, indicating the protective nature of this plant.
Chemical composition and antimicrobial activity of the essential oils of Chrysanthemum indicum.
Anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory activities of the extracts from the inflorescence of Chrysanthemum indicum Linne.
Effect of total flavonoids of Chrysanthemum indicum on the apoptosis of synoviocytes in joint of adjuvant arthritis rats.
Anti-inflammatory activity of Chrysanthemum indicum extract in acute and chronic cutaneous inflammation.
The research progression of Flos Chrysanthemum indicum on chemical constituent and medical application.