crude drug


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crude drug

[¦krüd ′drəg]
(pharmacology)
A plant or animal drug containing all principles characteristic of the drug.
The dried leaves, bark, or rhizome of a plant containing therapeutically active principles. Also known as botanical; plant extract.
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Validation of proposed barcode ITS2 in identification of Chaihu crude drug
Our results showed that in most cases the extraction during 10 min ensured the smallest extraction of the constituents of crude drug into herbal teas.
The component crude drugs were supplied by an herbal drugstore in Taichung, Taiwan.
Analysis of swertiamarin in Swertia herb and preparations containing this crude drug by capillary electrophoresis.
is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb commonly used as a crude drug and an ingredient in patent medicines.
Keywords: Crude drug authentication; PCR-RFLP; nrDNA ITS1 region; Bulbus Fritillariae cirrhosae; Fritillaria L.
An English TB patient called "Stevens" heard about it and travelled to South Africa where, according to his account, he was cured by taking an extract of the crude drug.
The crude drug native to South Africa was already introduced into Europe in 1897 under the name "Stevens Consumption Cure".
Among them, Unsei-in was found to effectively suppress VSMC proliferation, and Coptis rhizome was the responsible constituent crude drug.