In all five bioassays, anthroposophically processed Viscum
album extracts (APVAE) induced a stronger morphostatic protection effect than unprocessed Viscum
album extract (VAE).
Successful treatment of metastatic malignant melanoma with Viscum
album extract (lscador M).
album significantly inhibited growth of all pediatric tumor cell lines tested, but not of normal fibroblasts.
Ampoules of ME (aqueous; 20 mg/ml; ABNOBA, Viscum
) including Quercus, Fraxini and Mali dissolved in physiological saline were kindly provided by A/Prof Ljubov Simson.
Treatment of Ctinicat(y Diagnosed Equine Sarcoid with a Misttetoe Extract (Viscum
Leaf lectin from Viscum
album coloratum showed a preventive effect against lung metastasis caused by B16-BL6 and 26-M3.1 cells in mice that received 20-50 ng of lectin through intravenous administration two days before inoculation of cancer cells.
Malkoc, "Removal of lead(II) by adsorption onto Viscum
album L.: effect of temperature and equilibrium isotherm analyses," Applied Surface Science, vol.
Ward, "Host specificity, nutrient and water dynamics of the mistletoe Viscum
rotundifolium and its potential host species in the Kalahari of South Africa," Journal of Arid Environments, vol.
Robak, "A preliminary study on the effect of mineralization parameters on determination of metals in Viscum
album species," European Journal of Chemistry, vol.
Korean mistletoe (Viscum
album coloratum) lectin was reported to have various biological activities.
Elevated lysozyme was also observed in Japanese eel (Anguilla japonica) after feeding with Korean mistletoe extract (KM-110; Viscum
album Coloratum) (Choi et al., 2008).
The most common plants that are problematic for dogs are the autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale), azalea (Azalea nudiflora), cyclamen (Cylamen spp.), dumbcane (Dieffenbachia), hemlock (Conium maculatum, which is a poisonous plant and not related to the coniferous hemlock tree), English ivy (Hedera helix), mistletoe (Viscum
album), oleander (Nerium oleander), thorn apple or jimsonweed (Datura stramonium), yew (Taxus spp.), and any mushroom or toadstool that you cannot identify as safe.