berberis vulgaris


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barberry

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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The cells were incubated for 48 h with increasing concentrations of extracts of Berberis vulgaris, and the cytotoxic activity was measured by the MTT test as described in the Materials and Methods section.
14-O-Acetylneoline C57BL/6 mice (Diterpenoid) TNBS Aconitum laciniatum 14-O-Veratroyl- C57BL/6 mice pseudaconine TNBS (Diterpenoid) Aconitum laciniatum Berberine Sprague-Dawley rats (Isoquinoline) TNBS Berberis vulgaris, B.
Effects of hydro-ethanolic extract of berberis vulgaris fruit on rabbit isolated heart.
Efficacy of Berberis vulgaris aqueous extract on viability of Echinococcus granulosus protoscolices.
The European barberry or simply Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) is a species of shrub distributed throughout Europe.
Bahadur, "The berberis story: berberis vulgaris in therapeutics," Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences, vol.
Tuzcu et al., "Berberis vulgaris root extract alleviates the adverse effects of heat stress via modulating hepatic nuclear transcription factors in quails," British Journal of Nutrition, vol.
Whilst related to another barberry species, Berberis vulgaris, comparisons between the two species report differences in chemical make-up such as higher total phenolic and anthocyanin content in the fresh fruits of B.
Berberis vulgaris ydi'r enw gwyddonol arno a barberry neu European barberry ydi ei enw yn Saesneg.
Wild type barberries (Berberis vulgaris L.) in Gevas Region (Van Province/Turkey) are used in this study.
The monographs are focused on 'important' poisonous and mind altering plants, which include the commonly used Hypericum perforatum, Aesclus hippocastinum, Mahonia aquifolium, Piper methisticum and Berberis vulgaris. Toxic classification of the plants is based on WHO recommendations.