Berberis vulgaris


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Noun1.Berberis vulgaris - upright deciduous European shrub widely naturalized in United States having clusters of juicy berriesBerberis vulgaris - upright deciduous European shrub widely naturalized in United States having clusters of juicy berries
barberry - any of numerous plants of the genus Berberis having prickly stems and yellow flowers followed by small red berries
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Steroids/sapogenins from Terminalia chebula as well as Berberine and related derivatives from Berberis vulgaris have increased cardiac contractility and thus can be effective in heart failure in geriatrics.
Berberine, an alkaloid extract derived from plants such as Berberis aquifolium, Berberis vulgaris, Berberis aristata, Hydrastis canadensis and Coptis chinensis, provides further multidimensional support.
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.
Ocimum gratissimum Gugulipid Aloe vera Berberis vulgaris Tea tree oil and Nigella sativa oil.
Pharmacological and therapeutic effects of Berberis vulgaris and its active constituent, Berberine.
Berberis vulgaris ydi'r enw gwyddonol arno a barberry neu European barberry ydi ei enw yn Saesneg.
Bahadur, "The berberis story: berberis vulgaris in therapeutics," Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences, vol.
herbs containing berberine (such as Hydrastis canadensis, Berberis vulgaris, Berberis aquifolium) may displace bilirubin bound to albumin and aggravate newborn jaundice--this is based only on rat studies over one week;
Berberine is isolated as the main alkaloid derived from the roots and bark of Berberis vulgaris, a deciduous shrub, native to Central and Southern Europe.