Scientific name Latin name (family name) Ratio SC-E1 Gypsum Fibrosum Gypsum 16 Puerariae Radix Pueraria lobata
6 Ohwi (Leguminosae) Gardeniae Fructus Gardenia jasminoides 6 Ellis (Rubiaceae) Glycyrrhizae Glycyrrhiza uralensis 2 Radix et Rhizoma Fischer (Leguminosae) Platycodi Radix Platycodon grandiflorum 3 A.
The other chemical compositions of kudzu root (Pueraria lobata
) during its growth are presented in Table 1.
Distribution of Pueraria lobata
in and around New York City.
Finally, vegetation conditions over the long term are dependent upon management activities [cutting, burning, use of herbicides, removing exotic vegetation such as kudzu (Pueraria lobata
)], as are the depth and volume of the pool (in-field erosion control, sediment removal, and redistribution on cultivated areas).
Yang et al., "Tectoridin, an isoflavone glycoside from the flower of Pueraria lobata
, prevents acute ethanol-induced liver steatosis in mice," Toxicology, vol.
The dried root of Pueraria lobata
(Willd.) Ohwi was purchased from Guangzhou Zhixin Pharmaceutical Co.
Growth and physiological characteristics of kudzu, Pueraria lobata
, in relation to its competitive success.
Biological studies of insects feeding on the kudzu plant, Pueraria lobata
2:45 IN VITRO INVESTIGATIONS INTO THE ANTIBACTERIAL CAPACITY OF CRUDE AQUEOUS AND ALCOHOLIC EXTRACTS PREPARED FROM TISSUES OF PUERARIA LOBATA
(KUDZU VINE), Sam R.
Symrise's extensive efficacy tests showed that plants with powerful antiirritant properties included witch hazel, as well as Lonicera japonica (Extrapone honeysuckle flower), Pueraria lobata
(Extrapone pueraria root), Sophora japonica (Extrapone sophora flower) and Cyperus rotundus (Extrapone nutgrass root).
Kuzu (Pueraria lobata
) root (also spelled kudzu), one of the world's largest vegetable roots, is considered big medicine in Japan and China.
In comparison with other related and renowned plant species Pueraria lobata
, although PM had a comparable amount of puerarin, daidzin, genistin, genistein and lower amount of daidzein (Cherdshewasart et al.