Hypericum


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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.
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Other 'beauties in the border' this month include the hypericums.
Hypericin 10 (-3) mol/L and hypericum total extract 10 (-4) mol/L were administered in pig liver cells, but the MAO and catechol-o-methyltransferase (COMT) inhibitory properties were not sufficient at these concentrations (14).
The authors conducted a search in PUBMED from 30 July 2016 to 1 January 2010 using search terms "Hypericum" or "St John's wort".
Hypericum oblongifolium is a flowering plant in the Hypericaceae family, which comprises 9 genera and 540 species.
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.
Bornancin et al., "Topical anti-inflammatory activity of extracts and compounds from Hypericum perforatum L.," Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, vol.
St John's wort (Hypericum perforatum) was used for its anti-viral activity (Birt et al.
A Hypericum Orange Flair pounds 6.45 Very free flowering from July-Sept.
Group 2--diuretics of moderate effect increase of diuresis by 25-50% from initial volume-included extracts from Maydis stigmatum, Glycirrhiza glabra L., Hypericum perforatum L., Achillea millefolium L.
Group 2--diuretics of moderate effect increase of diuresis by 25-50% from initial volume --included extracts from Maydis stigmatum, Glycirrhiza glabra L., Hypericum perforatum L., Achillea millefolium L.