artemisia annua

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sweet wormwood

sweet wormwood

(not the same as common wormwood) Strong anti-viral, highly effective against malaria. Sweet-smelling, sharp, fern-like leaves. Tiny yellow-green flower clusters. Leaf tea used for malaria, dysentery, diarrhea, flu, colds. Seeds used for flatulence (gas), indigestion, night sweats
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extract the aqueous mixture of air + limb residue of Artemisia annua roots
In previous studies, various extracts prepared from the aerial part of Artemisia annua have shown cytotoxic activities against T-lymphocytes with [IC.
Analysis of the antimalarial sesquiterpene artemisinin in Artemisia annua by high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) with postcolumn derivatization and ultraviolet detection.
The Biosynthesis of Artemisinin (Qinghaosu) and the Phytochemistry of Artemisia annua L.
Artemisinin is the active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) of Artemisia annua plant.
Most recently, she has been experimenting with a therapeutic regime that involves administering the Artemisia annua plant itself in the form of ground leaves pressed into tablets or placed in capsules.
Artemisia annua extract and artemisinin have also shown their bioactivity against Epilachna paenulata Germ.
The Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC) has approved experimental field trials for the purpose of generating biosafety data in respect of GM crops such as cotton, rice, castor, wheat, maize, tomato, groundnut, potato, sorghum, okra, brinjal, mustard, watermelon, papaya, sugarcane, rubber, banana, pigeon pea, Artemisia annua L.
Our vertical hydroponic system and extraction methods could assist Professor Weathers' efforts in cultivating Artemisia annua for further developing this therapeutic technology.
Herb Total Juglans nigra fruit hull 400 mg Artemisia annua herb 400 mg Tabebuia avellanedae inner stem 200 mg Berberis vulgaris stem bark 360 mg Allium sativum bulb 720 mg Citrus paradisi seed 250 mg Thymus vulgaris oil 2 mg Rosmarinus officinalis oil 1 mg Origanum vulgare oil 10 mg Capsule to be opened and mixed with manuka honey three times daily.
Artemisinin, which is used to produce the key ingredient in ACT, comes from Artemisia annua, a medicinal plant grown in China.
Maggi MAE, Mangeaud A, Carpinella MC, Ferrayoli CG, Valladares GR and SM Palacios Laboratory Evaluation of Artemisia annua L.