farfara

far·fa·ra

(far'far-ă),
The dried leaves of Tussilago farfara (family Compositae); a demulcent.
[L. farfarus, coltsfoot]
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"In accordance with this vision, Diam has announced the conclusion of its new water network in Murtafat Al Farfara, Bidbid, al Dakhiliya," the statement went on.
Jia, Determination of antioxidant activity of total flavonoids from tussilago farfara by flow injection chemiluminescence, Asian J.
Tussilago farfara is usually used for treating dandruff.
A recent report revealed that four sesquiterpenoids isolated from Tussilago farfara also had neuroprotective effects by reducing the levels of NO, [PGE.sub.2], TNF-[alpha], and ROS in the LPS-stimulated BV2 cell and PC12 cell coculture system through the blockage of the NF[kappa]B pathway [69].
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Flos Farfarae is the flower buds of Tussilago farfara L., which is mostly produced in Shanxi, Henan, Gansu, and Hebei provinces and so on.
Tussilagone (or L-652,469) is a terpene that comes from the buds of the plant Tussilago farfara and acts as a nonspecific PAF inhibitor by blocking the calcium channels [20].
Farfara, "Toll-like receptors expression and signaling in glia cells in neuro-amyloidogenic diseases: towards future therapeutic application," Mediators of Inflammation, vol.
Among 56 tested plants, Dioscorea bulbifera showed the highest antioxidant capacity (708.73 [micro]mol TE/g), followed by Eriobotrya japonica (326.87 [micro]mol TE/g), and Tussilago farfara (217.62 [micro]mol TE/g) which were significantly higher than our results.
Badr forces one of the factions of the popular mobilization forces said in a statement that "a network of tunnels to Daesh in Farfara village west of Mosul was found," indicating that "the network is the largest among the tunnels used by the organization." The statement added that "this network has a centralized communication system and a warehouse of explosives and C4 material and mortar rounds," pointing out that "the network is fully bombed and it will be addressed," ./ end
According to Cathcart, all of the North African Jews were linked together, and, so long as America's business was "transacted in Barbary by limits of the mosaic law," Americans should "expect nothing but dishonorable terms, exhorbitant charges and deception." Cathcart reserved his most lethal venom for the Tripolitan Jew Leon Farfara, who, "like Jerry Sneak," offered to act as an intermediary and requested $1,000 for his services after Cathcart had already delivered America's consular presents and initiated contact with the ruling bashaw.
Wider studies enabled identification of species such as Achillea millefolium, Artriplex nitens, Chenopodium album, Cirsium arvense, Daucus carota, Matricaria inodora, Picris hieracioides, Sonchus arvensis, Sonchus Asper, Tussilago farfara and Verbascum Thapsus (Ciesielczuk et al., 2011).