Hypericum perforatum

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Noun1.Hypericum perforatum - yellow-flowered perennial common in fields and waste places but a weed in rangelandsHypericum perforatum - yellow-flowered perennial common in fields and waste places but a weed in rangelands
St John's wort - any of numerous plants of the genus Hypericum having yellow flowers and transparently dotted leaves; traditionally gathered on St John's eve to ward off evil
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These also include medicines used to relieve heartburn or treat stomach ulcers, medicines to help sleep, relax muscles, lower blood pressure, diuretics and St John's wort (Hypericum perforatum), a herbal remedy1 .
For example, the herb St John's wort (Hypericum perforatum) is an inducer of liver enzymes, which means it can reduce the concentration of medications in the blood.
This paper proposes a review of some of the available evidence published in the literature on the herbs Bilberry fruit (Vaccinium myrtillus), Black cohosh (Actaea racemosa), Bladderwrack (Fvicus vesiculosus) and St John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum).
Flavonoids have been identified as active constituents of many medicinal plants such as Hypericum perforatum used in traditional system of medicine for the treatment of depression.[2,3] Many flavone compounds have been reported in literature to possess potent antinociceptive effect in different animal models.[4-6] A reciprocal association has been suggested between chronic pain and depression or anxiety disorders.
Hypericum perforatum (HP) is a plant with approximately 400 varieties (1).
[ClickPress, Thu Sep 27 2018] St john's wort, also known by its botanical name hypericum perforatum, is a flowering plant which is grown commercially in the parts of Europe, North America, Latin America, North Africa and Western Asia.
This article reported on a detailed phytochemical investigation of different parts (herba, leaf, flowers) of wild-collected and cultivated Hypericum perforatum populations.
Hypericum perforatum attenuates the development of carrageenan-induced lung injury in mice.
The common one, Hypericum perforatum, is used pharmaceutically for depression and as an anti-inflammatory, and is a great addition to wildflower gardens.
Understanding drug interactions with St John's wort (Hypericum perforatum L.): impact of hyperforin content.