Lippia


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Lippia

genus of South African plants in the family Verbenaceae; contain the triterpene lantadene which causes liver damage and photosensitization. Includes L. javanica, L. pretoriensis, L. rehmanni (L. baziana), L. scaberrima, L. wilmsii.

Lippia rehmanni
a poisonous South African plant that contains icterogenin and rehmannic acid, both hepatotoxins that cause liver damage and a syndrome of depression, photosensitization and jaundice. Rehmannic acid is identical with lantadene A in Lantana camara.
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Citrus sinensis, Eucalyptus, Lantana camara, Ocimum gratissimum and Lippia javanica the most commonly used in all the study regions.
Among these, thymol and carvacrol isomers (Figure 1) are found in the EOs of plants including Origanum vulgare (6) and Lippia sidoides (7).
Lippia alba is a shrub found in the United States of America (Florida and Texas), Central and South America and India (HENNEBELLE et al.
7) More recently, topical naringenin has been shown in mice to mitigate the cutaneous inflammation and oxidative stress caused by UVB irradiation, (8) and, present in Lippia graveolens, to protect against chronic UVB-induced damage including phototumorigenesis.
se encuentran en los tres estratos, con mayor presencia en el I y II (alto y medio) y presencia minima en el III (bajo), caso contrario a Lippia graveolens Kunth.
Determinacion de la actividad antifungica de aceites esenciales extraidos de Lippia graveolens (Oregano), Rosmarinus officinalis (Romero) y Eucalyptus globulus (Eucalipto) en Microsporum canis, Trichophytum rubrum y Epidermophyton floccosum.
1,0 Olacaceae Ximenia americana Poaceae Poaceae 4,4 Polygonaceae Ruprechtia apetala Rhamnaceae Colletia spinosissima Condalia microphylla 6,0 Sarcomphalus mistol Sapindaceae Urvillea chacoensis Simaroubaceae Castela coccinea Solanaceae Lycium ciliatum Verbenaceae Aloysia gratissima 1,7 8,0 Lippia sp.
gloeosporioides se ha encontrado que bajas dosis de los EE de Lippia origanoides, especie que se caracteriza por producir fenoles entre los que se encuentran, en mayor concentracion, el carvacrol y timol (Dos Santos et al.
In California, Lippia has a reputation as an invasive weed, but this new strain from Japan won't spread; it's sterile and has no viable seeds.
The project was initially established as a Rose Geranium essential oil pilot in 2000 and in 2004 another crop was introduced - Lippia javanica - an indigenous plant that is traditionally used to repel mosquitoes.
Anthelmintic activity of Croton zehntneri and Lippia sidoides essential oils.