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fumitory

Herbal medicine
An annual herb that contains alkaloids, fumaric acid, mucilage, resin and tannic acid; it is a mild laxative, diuretic and stimulates the flow of bile, and has been used to treat skin conditions and liver complaints.
 
Toxic effects
Large doses may cause stomach ache and diarrhoea.
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Recently alkaloids have been reported from certain Corydalis species [33, 34] and flavonoids have been reported from C.
Antihypertensive effects of DL-tetrahydropalmatine: An active principle isolated from corydalis. Clin Exp Pharmacol Physiol 1996;23:738-42.
Li, "Alkaloids in processed rhizoma corydalis and crude rhizoma corydalis analyzed by GC/MS," Journal of Analytical Methods in Chemistry, vol.
More importantly, the agricultural area and production volume of eucommia, gastrodia elata, roots of aconitum carmichaeli, chuanxiong, cortex phellodendri and rhizoma corydalis in Hanzhong accounted for over 50% of the total production volume across China, reflecting its increasing influence in the Chinese herbal medicine market in China.
For our sake he was corydalis under purple moorgrass;
(Brassicaceae), Coulter's horseweed, Laennecia coulteri (Asteraceae), golden crownbeard, Verbesina encelioides (Asteraceae), scrambled eggs, Corydalis aurea (Papaveraceae), velvet weed, Oenothera curtiflora (Onagraceae), silverleaf nightshade, Solanum elaeagnifolium (Solanaceae), copper globemallow, Sphaeralcea angustifolia (Malvaceae), trailing windmills, Allionia incarnata (Nyctanginaceae), and Dakota mock vervain, Glandularia bipinnatifida (Verbenaceae).
They encompass a diverse group of more than 200 structures with restricted occurrence in certain higher plant taxa belonging to species Aristolochia, Argemone, Ceratocapnos, Chelidonium, Corydalis, Cynanchum, Dicentra, Fumaria, Papaver, Pergularia, Platycapnos, Rupicapnos, Sarcocapnos, Sanguinera, and Tylophora (Sato 2013; Nakagawa, et al., 2013; Egydio et al., 2013; Dembitsky 2008; Zdarilova et al.
The flowering plant Corydalis, contains a key pain-relieving ingredient known as dehydrocorybulbine (DHCB) in their roots, the researchers wrote in the U.S.
Researchers identified the compound dehydrocorybulbine in corydalis, which was effective against the three types of pain, which are, acute, inflammatory and neuropathic or chronic.
gossypiphora, Arnebia euchroma, Corydalis meifolia, Iris kumaonensis, Fritillaria roylei, Polygonum affine, Rhododendron anthopogon, Rheum spiciforme, R.
Ning, "Hyperaccumulation of zinc by Corydalis davidii in Zn-polluted soils," Chemosphere, vol.
Besides, presence of Geranium glaberrimum, Ricoata sinua, Papaver sp., Delphinum cilicium, Corydalis solida and Rubus sanctus were the dominant species in the non-forest area.