berberis vulgaris


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barberry

Reddish fruits droop down, greenish-yellow flowers, oval shaped leaves. Contains berberine, an anti-bacterial that fights infection and increases white blood cell count. Berries and roots most common parts used. Berry tea is diuretic, laxative and expectorant. Root bark tea is antiseptic blood cleanser used to clean liver for jaundice, hepatitis, bile production. Also astringent to stop bleeding and hemorrhaging, diarrhea, arthritis. Used for high blood pressure, ulcers, cholera, diarrhea, painful periods, stress, lowers blood pressure and slows breathing. Stimulates gall bladder, liver. Do not use during pregnancy. Because it contains so many strong compounds, don’t overdo it.
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Effects of hydro-ethanolic extract of berberis vulgaris fruit on rabbit isolated heart.
Cichorium intybus L Hendaba Berberidaceae Berberis vulgaris L.
Treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis in murine model by alcoholic extract of Berberis vulgaris.
The effect of an alcoholic extract of Berberis vulgaris on cutaneous leishmaniasis (L.
Davodi, "A pharmacological study on Berberis vulgaris fruit extract," Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol.
Hajhassani, "The effects of Berberis vulgaris fruit extract on serum Lipoproteins, apoB, apoA-I, homocysteine, glycemic control and total antioxidant capacity in type 2 diabetic patients," Iranian Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, vol.
Recent research has suggested that Berberis vulgaris fruits have an important role for human health and nutrition.
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.
Berberine is an isoquinoline derivative alkaloid that has been isolated from Berberis aquifolium (Oregon grape), Berberis aristata (tree turmeric), Berberis vulgaris (barberry), and Hydrastis canadensis (goldenseal) (Ikram, 1975).