hyperforin


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hyperforin

(hī'pĕr-fōr'in),
Component of St. Johns wort (Hypericum perforatum).
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perforatum, for example, contains very lipophilic phloroglucinol derivatives such as hyperforin and adhyperforin that were not still investigated for leishmanicidal activity.
Pharmacological activity of hyperforin acetate in rats.
Liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis of HPL extract showed that it contains over two dozens of constituents, among which hyperforin, hypericin, pseudohypericin, quercetin, chlorgenic acid, rutin, hyperoside, amentoflavone, etc.
uk THE herb St John''''s wort, has two unique components, hypericin and hyperforin, which have an antidepressant action.
uk THE herb St John''s wort, has two unique components, hypericin and hyperforin, which have an antidepressant action.
The herb St John's wort, has two unique components, hypericin and hyperforin, which have an antidepressant action.
John's wort was an extract equivalent to 5400 mg dry herb flowers given in three tablets, each standardized to 990 mcg hypericins, 9 mg hyperforin, and 18 mg flavonoid glycosides.
One of the herb's constituents, hyperforin, has been reported to have wound healing, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial effects.
A key advantage for herbalists is that Remotiv has proven batch-to-batch consistency and negligible levels of hyperforin, the main active constituent in SJW responsible for drug interactions.
John's wort contains several possibly active ingredients, including hyperforin and hypericin.
Scientists have identified individual active ingredients such as hypericin and hyperforin but it is widely accepted that the balanced effect of all the substances within the plant are needed for it to work.