Inula


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Inula

plant genus in the family Asteraceae; contains an irritant, toxic oil, and carries physically injurious awns and spines.

Inula conyza
causes gastrointestinal disturbance and hepatic centrilobular necrosis. Called also fleawort, plowman's spikenard.
Inula graveolens
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7 Alliance Molinion Carex flacca 76 80 Carex panicea 8 35 Galium boreale 24 69 Inula salicina 24 56 Molinia caerulea .
Heleniums and inulas are the backbone of the garden from July until September and beyond.
And with all that wind blowing holes in the border this summer, the explosion of yellow inulas followed by yellow, orange, and brown heleniums has been a bonus.
Other species of Inula contain phenoloids, eudesmanolides, germacranolides, guaianolides, sesquiterpene lactones and thymol derivatives (Bohlmann et al.
Kjoesen (1971) "New thymol derivatives from Inula salicina".
Naturalized medicinal plants from the ethnobotanical point of view: butterbur, chicory, elecampane inula, horse-radish, soapwort and sweet violet.
Herbal medicines particularly indicated here are Thymus vulgaris, Hydrastis canadensis and Inula helenium however it may be necessary to avoid Hydrastis if there is evidence of hypertension (Mills 2000).
1-O-acetylbritannilactone (ABLO) is a sesquiterpene lactone abundant in Inula britannica-F.
Three SQLs, BL, ABLO, ABLOO (purity > 99%), were isolated from Inula britannica-F.
Values of inhibition percentage of lipid peroxidation and absorbance change due to scavenging of DPPH radical by compounds isolated from Ferula, Inula, Prangos and Rheum plants, and categories of them classified in Fig.
The structures and absolute configurations of macrophylic acids A-E five new rearranged endesmane sesquiterpene acids from the bark of Inula macrophylla.
The yellow and brown Heleniums span the period between late summer and early autumn, following close on the heels of the daisy-like Inulas.