Swertia


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Noun1.Swertia - genus of herbs of mountains of North America and Eurasia and Africa
dicot genus, magnoliopsid genus - genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
family Gentianaceae, gentian family, Gentianaceae - chiefly herbaceous plants with showy flowers; some are cultivated as ornamentals
marsh felwort, Swertia perennia - perennial of damp places in mountains of Eurasia and North America having dull-colored blue or violet flowers
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Effects of the mixture of Swertia pseudochinensis Hara and Silybum marianum Gaertn extracts on CCl(4)-induced liver injury in rats with non alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Local extinctions of the wetland specialist Swertia perennis L.
By concentrating key natural actives from superfoods including probiotics, turmeric, quinoa, blueberry, avocado and swertia, Skin Authority extends skin care performance to formulas inspired by the ancient Ayurvedic techniques of using food-based ingredients to produce inner, outer and lasting beauty.
Some plants that are available in Pakistan with their local names are as follows: Adhatoda vesica (arusa), Artemisia brevifolia (afsanteen), Butea monosperma (Dhak), Calotropis gigantean (aak), Carum copticum (ajwain), Azadirachta indica (neem), Nicotiana tabacum (tambaku), Swertia chirata (chirata), Vernonia anthelmintica (kali zeeri) and Zingiber officinale (adrak).
Swertia asclepiadea Kunth, Tradescantia hirsuta Kunth y Werneria rigida Kunth) ponen de manifiesto el uso generalizado del Nova genera et species plantarum .
Chemical constituents of Swertia yunnanensis and their anti-hepatitis B virus activity.
On Swertia petiolata Royle, with II + III stages, Pakistan, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Neelum Valley, Jabba, at 1,981 m a.
TABLE--1 Oral LD50 of water soluble portion of alcoholic extract of Ocimum sanctum and Swertia chirata albino rats (n = 6).
Lackofaltitudinaltrends in phytochemical constituents of Swertia franchetiana (Gentianaceae).