The sensitivity still revealed that the candida was mildly sensitive to berberine and she was instructed to continue with the Hydrastis
canadensis (Goldenseal) is an herbaceous understory perennial, native to the eastern forests of North America, and is valued for its fleshy rhizomes, which contain the important alkaloids hydrastine and berberine.
Locally and internally excellent results are obtained from Hydrastis
in leucorrhoea, both vaginal and uterine.
Indian researchers are investigating the effects of highly dilute, potentized preparations of Ruta (rue), Hydrastis
(goldenseal), Lycopodium (club moss), and Thuja (arbor vitae/cypress).
Metrorrhagia and pain during coition may also indicate a need for Hydrastis
The flora includes two rare species (Spiranthes lucida and Triglochin palustre) and four species on the watch list (Carex leptalea, Filipendula rubra, Hydrastis
canadensis, and Selaginella apoda).
Upper respiratory allergy (hayfever) Euphrasia officinalis, Solidago virgaurea, Hydrastis
canadensis, Echinacea spp, Andrographis paniculata
56) We have used the following botanicals: Allium sativum, Hydrastis
canadensis, and other berberine-containing herbs, Origanum vulgare, cinnamon, and Azadirachta indica.
Botanical medicines: Uva Ursi, Urtica diotica, Hydrastis
Canadensis, Zea mays.
These could include herbs such as Astragalus membranaceous, Echinacea species, Allium sativum, Calendula officinalis, Hydrastis
canadensis, Berberis species, Tabebuia avellanendae, Phytolacca decandra, Olea europea, Thuja occidentalis, Thymus vulgaris, Hypericum perforatum and specific organ remedies, along with antimicrobial foods such as garlic, ginger and shiitake, and appropriate supplements.
Also Glycyrrhiza glabra, Echinacea spp and Hydrastis
canadensis are useful in infection and inflammation.
Berberine is a pure phenanthren alkaloid isolated from the roots and bark of herbal plants such as Berberis, Hydrastis
canadensis and Coptis chinensis.