Dittany is sometimes confused with a member of the oregano family, Dittany of Crete: (Origanum dictamnus
), a small hairy plant that thrives in the barren soil of the mountainous region of the island and was used to heal wounds caused by poisoned arrowheads.
There are a small number of perennials that resent ever being divided, like bleeding hearts (Dicentra), blue false indigo (Baptisia), butterfly weed (Asclepias), gas plant (Dictamnus
), hellebores (Helleborus), lavender (Lavendula), Russian sage (Perovskia) and sea holly (Eryngium).
The ministry said wasps, centipedes, earthworms, red ants, snakes and plants like the dictamnus
root, rhododendron and monkshood are poisonous and potentially fatal when mixed with soju.
Chinou, "Liposomal incorporation of carvacrol and thymol isolated from the essential oil of Origanum dictamnus
Su et al., "Vasorelaxing effect in rat thoracic aorta caused by fraxinellone and dictamine isolated from the Chinese herb dictamnus
dasycarpus turcz: comparison with cromakalim and Ca2+ channel blockers," Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology, vol.
White plants such as the poppy papaver somniferum, lily lilium regale, and dictamnus
albus are perfect for this as they bounce back available moonlight and will lift a garden.
Zhiyang Pingfu Liquid formula is composed of Scutellaria baicalensis, Sophora flavescens, Portulaca oleracea, and bark of Dictamnus
Kim, "Neuroprotective effects of constituents of the root bark of Dictamnus
dasycarpus in mouse hippocampal cells," Archives of Pharmacal Research, vol.
Anti-inflammatory activities of Dictamnus
dasycarpus Turcz., root bark on allergic contact dermatitis induced by dinitrofluorobenzene in mice.
The composition of phenols from the plants namely Solanum lycopersicon Solanum nigrum Teucrium polium Origanum dictamnus
Lavandula vera and Lippia triphylla was