Humulus lupulus


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hops

Herbal medicine
A perennial vine that contains amino acids, flavonoids, glycosides (astralagin, quercitrin, rutin) and various other compounds, such as citral, geraniol, humulone, linionine, lupulone, serolidol and bitter resin. Hops are anti-bacterial (due to humulone and lupulone), mildly sedative, and have been used for insomnia, to relax smooth muscle and, in combination with other herbs, to treat irritable bowel syndrome.
 
Toxic effect
Contact dermatitis.

Humulus lupulus,

n See hops.
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In the Loire valley, Humulus lupulus and Evonymus europaeus reach large sizes in Querco-Ulmetum, whereas all the calcicolous species cited above are rare or absent.
It's encouraging that they've over-wintered successfully, so this autumn, Gateshead Humulus Lupulus Bitter will be supped to the tune of: "I've got all my life to live, I've got all my love to give; and I'll survive; I will survive.
There are myriad anti-inflammatory medicines, including the botanical Humulus lupulus.
The impact of climate change on the production and quality of hops Humulus lupulus will depend on future weather conditions in the growing season," the study noted.
Clematis Jackmannii and Rosa Crimson Shower Climber Rosa 'Madame Gregoire Staechelin' and Humulus lupulus Aureus, trained on an obelisk
This leafy arch looks great in a densely growing Humulus lupulus 'Aureus' - the golden hop will be in full colour from spring till autumn.
As the estrogenic principle from Humulus lupulus (8-prenylnaringenin or 8-PN) is one of the most potent phytoestrogens currently known, this trial was designed to examine the use of a herbal extract (75.
Vines and shrubs included Celastrus scandens, Humulus lupulus, Parthenocissus quinquefolia, Rhamnus lanceolata var.
Selective inhibition of COX-2 by a standardized C02 extract of Humulus lupulus in vitro and its activity in a mouse model of zymosan-induced arthritis.
If you need a shaft of sunshine in your garden, look no further than the Golden Hop, Humulus lupulus `Aureus'.
Example 3: A positive synergy effect was also found between the anti-bacterial constituents of hop, xantho-humol and lupulon of Humulus lupulus and some antibiotics (e.