Euphorbia resinifera


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Euphorbia resinifera

(ū″fawr′bē-ă rĕ″zĭ-nĭf′ĕr-ă) [NL, lit. “resin-bearing euphorbia”]
A toxic Moroccan cactus whose extracts may be useful in treating chronic pain.
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Euphorbia resinifera is an abundant plant in the Moroccan Anti-Atlas region.
Euphorbia resinifera and Artemisia absinthium were the two other species each of which caused one death (Table 2).
Ya en 1941, cientificos franceses (Steinheil, 1941, citado por Calvin, 1987) informaron rendimientos de 3t/ha aceite en especies marroquies similares, Euphorbia resinifera (10,000 litros latex/ha).
Extremely skin-irritant and moderately tumor-promoting diterpene esters from Euphorbia resinifera Berg.