inula


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inula

(ˈɪnjʊlə)
n
(Plants) any of various plants of the genus Inula of the family Asteraceae, which are native to Africa, Asia, and Europe
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Noun1.inula - any plant of the genus Inulainula - any plant of the genus Inula  
genus Inula - genus of Old World herbs or subshrubs: elecampane
elecampane, Inula helenium - tall coarse Eurasian herb having daisylike yellow flowers with narrow petals whose rhizomatous roots are used medicinally
herb, herbaceous plant - a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests
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There are zinnias, calendulas, catananche, echinops, inula, eupatorium, tagetes, gaillardia, osteospermum - the list is endless.
Studies on the Chemical Constituents of Inula cappa DC (Msc.
II Sporadic species: Calamagrostis dubium 11(1); Cicerbita seravshanica 11; Corydalis kashgarica 16; Cystopteris fragilis 8; Epilobium hirsutum 15(1); Gentianopsis vvedensky 17; Impatiens parviflora 8; Inula macrolepis 17(1); Juncus articulatus 15; Reseda lutea 9; Rubus caesius c 11; Schoenus nigricans 13(1).
Inula magnifica - not for the fainthearted, this has very large leaves, tall stems and very big flowers.
A number of USOs of the Asteraceae family in our reference collection show similar secretory cavities, including Inula helenium and Arctium lappa (Figure le), supporting the association with this plant family.
There are also monographs for some of the herbs in my dispensary, Inula helenium, Arctium lappa and Paeonia officinalis.
salicina community (Molinion) has a high frequency of Succisa pratensis, Galium boreale, Inula salicina, and Geum rivale, which are absent or very rare in the S.
Inula helenium 30 mL Scutellaria baicalensis 40 mL Hyssopus off.
Sambucus nigra, Euphrasia officinalis, Inula helenium, Glycyrrhiza glabra and Oleo europa)
Naturalized medicinal plants from the viewpoint of ethnobotany: the example of butterbur, chicory, elecampane inula, horseradish, soapwort and sweet violet] Maetagused (Tartu) 36, 105-128.
Cardiovascular Products: Gugulipid[R], terminalia arjuna, inula racemosa
The following is a list of both nectar and host plants: Achillea, allium, antirrhinum, aquilegia, armeria, artemesia, ascelepia, boltonia, buddleia, campanula, caryopteris, centranthus, chelone, coreopsis delphinium, dianthus, digitalis, echinacea, erigerion, erynigium, eupatorium, foeniciculum, gaillardia, gaura, helenium, hemerocallis, hypericum, hyssops, inula, leucanthemum, liatris, lobelia, lychnis, lysimachia, malva, monarda, nepeta, origanum, penstemon, perovskia, phlox, physotegia, rudbekia, rue, salix, salvia, sedum, sempervivum, thalictrum, thymus, valeriana, veronica, veronicastrum, humulus, loncera, campsis, loncera, and viola.