Hydrastis


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hydrastis

(haɪˈdræstɪs)
n
(Plants) any ranunculaceous plant of the genus Hydrastis, of Japan and E North America, such as goldenseal, having showy foliage and ornamental red fruits
[C18: New Latin, from Greek hydro- + -astis, of unknown origin]
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Noun1.Hydrastis - small genus of perennial herbs having rhizomes and palmate leaves and small solitary flowers; of northeastern United States and Japan
magnoliid dicot genus - genus of dicotyledonous flowering plants regarded as among the most primitive of extant angiosperms
golden seal, goldenseal, Hydrastis Canadensis, turmeric root, yellow root - perennial herb of northeastern United States having a thick knotted yellow rootstock and large rounded leaves
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Highly diluted extracts from Hydrastis canadensis (goldenseal) and Marsdenia condurango (an Ecudorian vine), both of which are used in cancer treatment, altered gene expression and caused epigenetic modifications in HeLa cervical cancer cells, according to a 2015 Indian study.
Berberine (5,6-Dihydro-9,10-dimethoxybenzo[g]-1,3-benzodioxolo[5,6-a]quinolizinium) is an alkaloid present in various plants like Berberis, Arcangelisia, Hydrastis and several other plant families (Yuan et al.
Berberine was isolated from Coptis chinensis, Coptis japonica, Berberis thunbergii, Hydrastis Canadensis and Thalictrum lucidum and molar mass observed found was 336.
Berberine, an alkaloid isolated from a number of plants including Berberis vulgaris, Hydrastis canadensis, Coptis chinensis and Mahonia aquifolium, has been used extensively for treating diarrhoea and gastrointestinal (GI) complaints for centuries, with recognised antimicrobial, anti-motility, anti-permeability and anti-secretory properties.
Hydrastis canadensis showed tumorogenic properties in an animal study utilizing male and female mice and rats [11] which is in line to this research in which it showed to be the most toxic plant of all the extracts tested.
Four species were documented as having a state or federal listing: Helianthus eggertii, Hydrastis canadensis, Juglans cinerea, and Panax quinquefolius.
Harvest recovery of goldenseal, Hydrastis canadensis L.
Firstly there lies the issue of managing our own herbal pharmacopeia sustainably (for example supporting regulations that restrict the use of unsustainably harvested herbs such as Hydrastis canadensis, golden seal) (Davis 2000, Cech 2002).
MEDICAMENTO K (2,2ml ampolla) Pulsatila D6, Sulfur D8, Cortisonum aceticum D18 ana 22[micron]l MEDICAMENTO L (1,1 ml ampolla) Ubichinon D10, acidum ascorbicum D6, Thiaminum D6, Riboflavinum D6, Pyridoxinum hydrochloricum D6, Nicotinamidum D6, Myrtillus D4, Colchicum D4, Podophyllum D4, Conium D4, Hydrastis D4, Gallium aparine D6, Acidum sarcolacticum D6, Hydrochinonum D8, Acido [alfa]-liponicum D8, Sulfur D8, Manganum phosphoricum D8, Natrium oxalaceticum D8, Trychinoylum D10,Anthrachinonum D10, para-Benzochinonum D10, ATP D10, Coenzyma A D10, Acidum acetiylosalycylicum D10, Histaminum D10, Nadidum D10, Magnesium gluconicum D10 ana 22[micron]l MEDICAMENTO M (2,2 ML ampolla) Kalmia D8, Mercurius praecipitatus ruber D10, Asa foetida D8 ana 22[micron]l.
INCI: Origanum vulgare leaf extract, thymus vulgaris (thyme) extract, cinnamomum zeylancum bark extract, olea europaea (olive) leaf extract, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract, mentha piperita leaf extract, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) flower extract, hydrastis canadensis (golden seal) root extract
Increased production of antigen-specific immunoglobulins G and M following in vivo treatment with the medicinal plants Echinacea angustifolia and Hydrastis canadensis.
Hydrastis Canadensis, or Goldenseal, is a Native American plant that has many medicinal uses.