A pH-balanced isotonic blend solution of Baptisia
tinctoria, grapefruit seed extract, oregano, and nano silver was shown to improve sinusitis symptoms by 27%.
Esberitox-N is a commercial preparation containing extracts from E angustifolia and E pallida roots, along with small amounts of Baptisia
and Thuja occidentalis extracts.
Natural hybridization among four species of Baptisia
Grapefruit seed extract and Baptisia
tinctoria [wild indigo] were included for their anti-allergy and decongestant properties.
The varying phenology and growth patterns of Baptisia
bracteata (Fabaceae) in reconstructed prairie.
The most well-known member of this family in the homeopathic materia medica is Baptisia
tinctoria--the keynote sensation being a feeling of having one's body parts scattered all over the bed.
Dictamnus (Gas Plant), Globe Thistle and Baptisia
will grow and flower year after year.
These taxa represent the mosaic of habitats present in and adjacent to the study area and include the following: Baptisia
bracteata, Actaea racemosa, Lilium michauxii, Stenanthium gramineum, and Trillium catebaei.
tinctoria (wild indigo) fixes nitrogen in the soil, is medicinal--and is beautiful.
AGPs have been isolated and purified from roots of Baptisia
tinctoria and Echinacea pallida and suspension culture of Echinacea purpurea.
For acute illnesses, red root can be combined with echinacea or baptisia
, where it also exerts a mild expectorant effect.
All beans belong to the legume family (Leguminocae), as do peas and some favorite flowers, such as lupine, sweet pea and baptisia