This is substantiated by the fact that Toxicodendron
succedanea contains hydroxyl phenyl groups that act as radical scavengers, enhancing radiation resistance via their ability to convert excitation energy into nonchemistry inducing energy in lacquer that has been cured [17, 18].
Identification of cytotoxic and anti-inflammatory constituents from the bark of Toxicodendron
vemicifluum (Stokes) F.A.
8 Bonpl.) Nees Anacardiaceae Jauria heteropnyiia Kunth Toxicodendron
acuminatum (DC.) C.Y.
One of the remedies is Toxicodendron
vernicifluum, formerly Rhus verniciflua Stokes, which has been used for thousands of years, mostly in Asian countries.
Patches of shrubs (Heteromeles arbutifolia, Toxicodendron
diversilobum, Ceanothus, Rhamnus, Arctostaphylos) were common, especially in the mixed woodland areas (Tietje et al., 1997).
American germander occidentale (A.Gray) McClint.& Epling Thelesperma megapotamicum (Spreng.) greenthread Kuntze Toxicodendron
radicans (L.) Kuntze poison ivy var.
quercifolium (hiedra venenosa) Notas: Reumatismo y neuralgias, que empeoran en tiempo humedo y frio.
4 Euphorbia Poinsettia 2,206 4.0 pulcherrima 5 Phytolacca Pokeweed 1,697 3.1 americana 6 Toxicodendron
Poison ivy 1,490 2.7 radicans 7 Ficus spp.
Two plant species and one subspecies, all in the genus Toxicodendron
(Sapindales: Anacardiaceae), have been recorded as hosts: T.
It was called "Rhus Toxicodendron
"--he Latin binomial for poison ivy.
In more open areas or at woodland edges, there also some distinctive shrubby species, but mostly in small numbers: Vaccinium arboreum (on more acid soils), Rhus copallina (locally abundant in transitions to grassland), Toxicodendron
pubescens, Ceanothus americanus, Crataegus engelmannii, Hypericum hypericoides, Rosa carolina and Rubus spp.
: Use for joint stiffness that improves with movement and for "Popping" of TMJ.