Perennials with deep tap roots can't be divided so leave the likes of oriental poppies, lupins and eryngiums alone and some such as hellebores, dierama and aconitum
prefer not to be disturbed at all.
Toxicological evaluation revealed that aconites from the Aconitum
rootstocks were the only plausible casual factor for intoxication.
Induction of P-glycoprotein expression and activity by Aconitum
alkaloids: Implication for clinical drug-drug interactions.
Some examples of herbal products considered to be a Medicine are: Aconitum
napellus L, Berberis aristata and Ginkgo biloba L.
Yang, Chemical Constituents from Whole Plants of Aconitum
tanguticum (III), Chin.
chasmanthum, Polygonum affinis,
30pm Mae Sioned yn brysur yn creu ffram helyg ar gyfer yr aconitum
, ac yn plannu hadau yn yr ardd dorri, ac mae gwenyn Iwan yn deffro o'u gaeafgwsg.
38) In addition, the antiepileptic properties of plant species such as Aconitum
species, Piper species, and Rauwolfia serpentine have been attributed to their alkaloid compounds.
It came back positive for a plant-based toxin called Aconitum
Most of the species were used for treating a limited number of gastrointestinal diseases, whereas Aconitum
heterophyllum, Aegle marmelos, Azadiracta indica, Bauhinia variegata, and Ziziphus mauritiana were used for treating over 5 types of gastrointestinal diseases.
Shen-Fu injection (SFI) contains ginseng ( Panax ; family: Araliaceae) and fuzi (Radix aconiti lateralis preparata, Aconitum
More importantly, the agricultural area and production volume of eucommia, gastrodia elata, roots of aconitum
carmichaeli, chuanxiong, cortex phellodendri and rhizoma corydalis in Hanzhong accounted for over 50% of the total production volume across China, reflecting its increasing influence in the Chinese herbal medicine market in China.