(E)-2-Hexenal (17.68%), Vinly amyl carbinol (18.60%) and Germacrene-D (8.25%) have been determined in lower elevation and (E)-2-Hexenal (16.87%), Vinly amyl carbinol (12.85%) and Germacrene-D (7.78%) in upper elevation for Phlomis
The genus Phlomis
L., distributed in all over the Anatolian peninsula, is represented by thirty-four species in the flora of Turkey .
* Combination of three Korean herbs: Cynanchum wilfordii, Phlomis
umbrosa, and Angelica gigas Nakai.
It also inhibited adenoma formation & attenuated MDA levels & protein oxidation (4- hydroxy-2-nonenal) Effects of Phlomis
Direct absorption of water by hairy leaves of Phlomis
fruticosa and its contribution to drought avoidance.
Comparison of antimicrobial activities of essential oil and solvent extracts of endemic Phlomis
Compared with the earliest and middle succession stages, the community composition changed greatly in the last succession stage and with many common species in the community, including Carex capilliformis, Saussurea columnaris, Youngia sp., Clematis sp., Thalictrum alpinum, Phlomis
sp., Ainsliaea sp., Potentilla sp., Microula sp., Delphinium sp.3, Ligusticum rechingerana, Aster vestitus, Saussurea fastuosa, Ligusticum sp., and Anemone rupicola.
monosperma, con especies de Genista o Cytisus, y tomillares ricos en labiadas endemicas (Thymus, Teucrium, Sideritis, Phlomis
, Lavandula, etc.) que son las mas comunes en el territorio analizado sobre todo en los lugares mas soleados.
Phytochemistry and biological activities of Phlomis
Best EstroG-100 features a patented, clinically proven blend of three botanical extracts that together offer relief for uncomfortable feelings associated with menopause.* The EstroG-100[R] botanicals (Cynanchum wilfordii, Phlomis
umbrosa, and Angelica gigas Nakai) have for centuries each been used traditionally in Asia for promoting health.
Well lighted margins in birch forests reveal the Thymus marschallianus Willd., Thymus serphyllum L., Echinops ritro L., Filipendula ulmaria (L.) Maxim., Phlomis
Three extracts were eventually pinpointed for their combined beneficial effects on both menopause and female sexual dysfunction: Phlomis
umbrosa, Cynanchum wilfordii, and Angelica gigas Nakai (Korean Angelica).