Crinum


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Crinum

a genus of cultivated ornamental plants of the family Liliaceae (Amaryllidaceae), some of which are known to cause collapse and death in sheep and goats. Called also spider lily.
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One of the recipes indicated soaking washed pieces of Olax subscorpioidea, Euphorbia hirta( Emi-ile in Yoruba), Euphorbia lateriflora, Securidaca longipedunculata, Crinum jagus, Allium sativum (Ayuu or garlic) and, Tetrapleura tetraptera in water.
McKinney: The basis of Crila is the patented cultivar, Crinum latifolium L var.
4), Crinum flaccidum) were present in both years with the presence of Crinum flaccidum similar in both years, while the other species fluctuated.
Longwall moves at the Broadmeadow and Crinum mines, and wash plant shutdowns at Goonyella and Peak Downs mines are rescheduled for the September 2015 quarter.
Other plants chosen for the courtyard include crinum lilies, ligularia and heliconias.
Crinum asiaticum is used by the Baiga tribals in Amarkantak Meikal forest of Madhya Pradesh, India to cure ear pain and fever [28]; the plant was used by the TMPs against jaundice.
Often, the affected plants are in the family Amaryllidaceae (formerly placed in the family Liliaceae), especially amaryllis and crinum.
Until the very recently published studies on green tea extract and the Vietnamese herb Crinum latifolium (see below), no specific food or dietary regimen, no herbal or nutrient protocol, no hands-on treatments could give us any real reassurance about our ability to bring about success in actually shrinking uterine fibroids, or even offering data on symptom management.
The Lilyvale project exists adjacent to Rio Tinto's active Kestrel and BHP Mitsubishi's Gregory Crinum mines in the Bowen Basin and within 15 kilometres of the closest rail infrastructure.
Entre las especies que registran su distribucion mas septentrional en nuestro pais estan Cabomba palaeformis, Crinum erubescens, Echinodorus andrieuxii, Eichhornia heterosperma, Eleocharis mutata, Heteranthera oblongifolia, Hydrocleys parviflora, Nymphaea amazonum y Pontederia rotundifolia.
Studies have found that compounds in Crinum and Crytanthus - South African species of snowdrops and daffodils - are able to pass through the blood brain barrier, the defensive wall that keeps the brain isolated.