Scutellaria


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Noun1.Scutellaria - an asterid dicot genus that includes the skullcapsScutellaria - an asterid dicot genus that includes the skullcaps
asterid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs and some trees and shrubs
family Labiatae, family Lamiaceae, Labiatae, Lamiaceae, mint family - a large family of aromatic herbs and shrubs having flowers resembling the lips of a mouth and four-lobed ovaries yielding four one-seeded nutlets and including mint; thyme; sage; rosemary
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Recently, wogonin, as a major active ingredient of Scutellaria, has attracted considerable attention because of its antineoplastic properties and low toxicity.
Two Chinese relatives, Scutellaria baicalensis and S.
The labeling states that the products contain two types of flavonoids: baicalin (from Scutellaria baicalensis) and catechin (from Acacia catechu).
Coreidae), as key insect pests of jatropha [9]; whereas Pant and Sharma (2006) found that bugs scutellarid bug, Scutellaria baicalensis has been the major insect pest of Jatropha in India [10].
Antitumor activity of chloroform fraction of Scutellaria barbata and its active constituents.
Compounds Uses Seeds of Phaseolus angularis Wight Anti-inflammation Bark of Cinnamomum cassia Blume " Dried roots Asparagus " cochinchinensis Merrill Aerial of Houttuynia cordata Thunb " Roots of Scutellaria " baicalensis Georgi Aerial part of Andrographis " paniculata The fruits of Forsythia " koreana Nakai Dried heart wood of " Caesalpinia sappan L.
Calosphace (Epling, 1939; Epling, 1940; Epling, 1941; Epling, 1944; Epling y Jativa, 1968; Turner, 2008a; Turner, 2009a; Turner, 2009b), Scutellaria (Epling, 1942) y Stachys (Epling, 1934; Turner, 1994a), para Hyptis no se considera la nueva propuesta de clasificacion de Harley y Pastore (2012) en donde este genero es subdividido en cuatro, sino la de Epling (1949).
virginicus, Eragrostis hypnoides, Erigeron annuus, Helenium autumnale, Humulus japonicus (abundant), Ludwigia palustris, Lycopus americanus, Lysimachia nummularia, Mimulus alatus, Myosotis scopioides, Oenothera biennis, Persicaria maculosa, Phalaris arundinacea (especially along the shoreline at the northern fifth of the property), Pilea pumila, Plantago rugelii, Polanisia dodecandra, Rorippa sylvestris, Scutellaria lateriflora, Solidago gigantea, Symphyotrichum prenanthoides, Verbena hastata, V.
The Chinese skullcap, Scutellaria baicalensis -- otherwise known in Chinese medicine as Huang-Qin -- is traditionally used as a treatment for fever, liver and lung complaints.
Fortunately, the herb Scutellaria baicalensis (SB) can help.
Anticancer activity of extracts derived from the mature roots of Scutellaria baicalensis on human malignant brain tumor cells.
Mostly the roots of the medicinal plants were used to treat stomachache (Gendarussa vulgaris, Elephantopus scaber, Gliricidia sepium, Coleus blumei, Swietenia mahogani, and Moringa oleifera), urinary tract infections (Polyscias scutellaria, Vernonia cinerea, Carica papaya, and Imperata cylindrica), muscle pain or over fatigue ("bughat") in women (Bidens pilosa, Eleusine indica, Malvastrum coromandelinum, and Ficus septica, and Solanum verbascifolium), fever (Gendarussa vulgaris, Carica papaya, and Macaranga tanarius), diarrhea (Elephantopus scaber, Diplazium esculentum, Carica papaya, and Lansium domesticum), and enhance proper blood circulation (Catharanthus roseus, Bixa orellana, and Ixora macrothyrsa).