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Hypericum

/Hy·per·i·cum/ (hi-per´ĭ-kum) a genus of herbs, including several types of St. John's wort.
Hypericum perfora´tum  the species of St. John's wort whose above-ground parts are used medicinally.

Hypericum perforatum

Herbal medicine
Popularly known as Saint John’s wort, see there.

Homeopathy
A homeopathic remedy (referred to simply as Hypericum) used for neuralgias or injuries affecting a nerve-rich body region (e.g., the fingers or lips). It is also used to treat asthma, back pain, crush injuries, puncture wounds and toothache.

Hypericum

a genus of the Clusiaceae (syn. Guttiferae) family of plants; contain the photosensitizing agent hypericin causing primary photosensitive dermatitis; includes H. aethiopicum, H. lanceolatum, H. leucoptychodes, H. perforatum (amber, goat weed, St. Johns wort, Klamath weed), H. revolutum (forest primrose), H. triquetrifolium (curled-leaved St. Johns wort).
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Conclusion: The promising results demonstrate the importance of the species of the genus Hypericum as source of compounds potentially useful for the treatment of leishmaniasis.
The bride's tables were adorned with crystal vases filled with fresh lemons, hydrangeas, peonies, hypericum berries, and David Austin roses.
However, hypericum can interact with other medications and affect the way they work, so it isn't suitable for everyone.
Aelod o'r un teulu ydi dail y Beiblau, sef Hypericum androsaemum, 'tutsan' yn Saesneg.
Studies used daily doses of hypericum extract between 240 mg and 1,800 mg (mostly 500-1,200 mg).
The results "imply that an attempt of treating mild to moderate major depression with one of the hypericum preparations positively tested in clinical trials is clearly justified," the authors said, adding that differences in the findings from different countries "make clear-cut recommendations difficult.
And the Ritz-Carlton grand ballroom was the perfect setting for all that swirling and swooping, resembling a French Impressionist painting with its blue hydrangeas, red hypericum berries and ivory and red roses from Beneva Florists spilling over the tables.
A group of 101 German patients whose Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression (HAM-D) scores exceeded 22 points were randomized to receive standardized hypericum extract WS 5570 (Dr.
Using tiffs arrangement's form as a guide, you can experiment with other berries and blossoms, such as pink or cream dahlias with hypericum berries.
Fact FileFloral Offenders (1) Lilies (2) Roses (3) Peonies (4) Solidastor (5) Pom-pom Chrysanthemum (6) Sunflower (7) Freesia (8) Lavender (9) Achillea (10) PhloxFloral Friends (1) Orchids (2) Protea (3) Bouvardia (4) Thistles (5) Leucadendrum (6) Lisianthus (7) Iris (8) Hypericum (9) Agapanthus (10) Gladioli
Including Buddleia (Butterfly bush), Pyracantha (Firethorn) and Hypericum (St John's Wort).
COMPARATIVE CHARACTERIZATION OF SELECTED HYPERICUM SPECIES WITH AMPLIFIED FRAGMENT LENGTH POLYMORPHISM AND HIGH PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY ANALYSES.