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white bryony

n.
A climbing vine (Bryonia alba) native to Eurasia and naturalized in parts of North America, having lobed leaves, greenish-white flowers, and blackish berries.

white bryony

n
(Plants) a climbing herbaceous cucurbitaceous plant, Bryonia dioica, of Europe and North Africa, having greenish flowers and red berries. Also called: red bryony See also black bryony, bryony
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Noun1.white bryony - white-flowered vine having thick roots and bearing small black berries; Europe to Iran
briony, bryony - a vine of the genus Bryonia having large leaves and small flowers and yielding acrid juice with emetic and purgative properties
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Eight Novel Sterols from the Roots of Bryonia dioica, Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin, 46, 1202 (1996).
Bryonia - Can be use when the breast is hard, swollen and hot, but pale in color, rather than red.
Another named plant for a person was Bryonia affinis, but the personal etymology is unknown (Endlicher 1833).
For example a person needing the constitutional remedy Natrum muriaticum may go into Bryonia acute illnesses.
Patel, "Anti-hyperglycemic and anti-hyperlipidemic effects of bryonia laciniosa seed extract and its saponin fraction in streptozotocin-induced diabetes in rats," Journal of Young Pharmacists, vol.
In a rampant practice in the state, Shivlingi ( Bryonia laciniosa linn) containing testosterone and Majuphal ( Quercus infectoria), which have natural steroids, are being used for sex selection purposes.
Allozyme diversity in the apomictic vine Bryonia alba: potential consequences of multiple introductions.
Tenders are invited for Supply of medicine Asafoetida, Abies nigra, Aurum metallicum, Bacillinum, Baptisia tinctoria, Baryta carbonicum, Baryta muriaticum,Belladonna, , Bellis perennis, Benzoic acid, Berberis vulgaris, Blatta orientalis, Blumea odorata, Borax, Bovista, Bromium, Bryonia alba, Carbo vegetabilis, Cactus grandiflorus, Calcarea Carbonica,
Dental anomalies in the Atlantic population of South American sea lion, Otaria bryonia (Pinnipedia, Otariidae): Evolutionary implications and ecological approach.
Fallek finds works in many cases is Bryonia, which is indicated for coughs that are made worse by movement.