Hypericum perforatum


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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.

Hypericum perforatum

Popularly, St John's wort, see there.

Hypericum perforatum

(hi-per'i-kum per-fo-ra'-tum) [L., perforated Saint John’s wort]
The scientific name for Saint John’s wort.
See: Saint John's wort for illus

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Identification by high-performance liquid chromatography-diode array detection-mass spectrometry and quantification by high performance liquid chromatography-UV absorbance detection of active constituents of Hypericum perforatum.
The property to increase urine pH was found among studied medicinal plants only in extracts of Hypericum perforatum L.
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It includes such note-worthy additions as Ephedra sinica, Hypericum perforatum (St John's Wort), Ginkgo biloba, and Echinacea.
Su nombre latino Hypericum perforatum deriva del griego y significa "huye aparicion" en referencia a la creencia de que la planta era tan odiosa a los espiritus diabolicos que un soplo de ella les obligaria a partir.
The one that is used to combat depression is Hypericum perforatum, a species native to Europe which, in this country, may be found growing wild from the central California Coast north to British Columbia, as well as in northern Nevada, Idaho and Montana.
They were given Hypericum perforatum capsules (900 mg a day and standardized to 0.