verbascum thapsus


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mullein

Non addictive narcotic pain killer. Stalk of velvet-soft fuzzy greygreen leaves with yellow flowers, 5 symmetrical petals. Fuzzy leaves get smaller the higher they are on stem. Yellow-colored 5 petal flowers show up 2nd year crowded around tall 8 ft stalk. Entire plant useable. Helps promote sleep. Has Coumarin, Hesperidin. Antihistamine, antiinflammatory, anticancer, antioxidant, antiviral, antibacterial, cardiodepressant, estrogenic, fungicide, hypnotic, sedative, pesticide. Oil used as destroyer of germs. Tea used for lungs, bronchitis, asthma, colds, coughs, kidney infections, bleeding of lungs and bowels, diarrhea, gum disease, ulcers, cramps, convulsions, earache, lymph system. Leaves soothe mucus membranes.Anti-viral used for herpes and flu. Anti-tumor. Sedative and slightly narcotic. Do not overuse.
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The biology of Canadian weeds: Verbascum thapsus and Verbascum blattaria.
Phenylethanoid and lignan glycosides from Verbascum thapsus. Phytochemistry, 31: 961-965.
In day 14, this process is reduced and by using histometric results we found that Verbascum thapsus has better trend than Eucerin but slower process than zinc oxide.
Treatment of the wound with herbal extract of Verbascum thapsus was associated with enhanced formation of epidermis and deposition of connective tissue when compared to control group animals.
The flower of Verbascum thapsus has been traditionally used as cicatrizant in the Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park (Italian Apennines) [7].
The Verbascum thapsus is a rich source of flavonoids, iridoids, saponins and polysaccharides [12,9,24] (Fig 5).
Mullein (Verbascum thapsus): The fuzzy leaves of this common biennial weed are expectorant, decongestant, and mildly sedative to respiratory mucous membranes.
The most frequently observed understory species (Table 2) included: Ambrosia artemisiifolia, Daucus carota, Melilotus albus, Parthenocissus quinquefolia, Toxicodendron radicans, and Verbascum thapsus. The majority of these species are commonly associated with early stages of succession (e.g., Alliaria petiolata, Dianthus armeria, Lonicera tatarica, and U.
procera -- -- -- (tall nettle) * Vaccinium pallidum (blue-ridge -- -- -- blueberry) * Vaccinium vacillans (early Low-bush -- -- -- blueberry) * Verbascum blattaria (moth mullein) -- 2.5 -- Verbascum thapsus (common mullein) 2.5 2.5 2.5 Verbena urticifolia (white vervain) * 2.5 2.5 -- Veronica arvensis (corn speedwell) -- -- 2.5 Viola pubescens (common yellow -- -- -- violet) * Viola sagittata (arrow-leaved -- -- -- violet) * Vitis aestivalis (summer grape) * 2.5 15.0 15.0 Zanthoxylum americanum 2.5 -- -- (prickly-ash) * KRL KRL Waste Surroundings Disposal Parcels Name 1957- 1954- SE 1960 1957 Corner Acalypha virginica var.