Boldo

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n.1.(Bot.) A fragrant evergreen shrub of Chili (Peumus Boldus). The bark is used in tanning, the wood for making charcoal, the leaves in medicine, and the drupes are eaten.
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Pre-clinic toxicological study of a phytotherapic containing Gentiana lutea, Rheum palmatum, Aloe ferox, Cynara scolymus, Atropa belladona, Peumus boldus e Baccharis trimera in New Zealand rabbits.
Antioxidant activity of Peumus boldus extract and alkaloid boldine against damage induced by Fe(II)-citrate in rat liver mitochondria in vitro," Industrial Crops and Products, vol.
Boldocynara[R], a proprietary dietary supplement product consisting of the plants Cynara scolymus, Silybum marianum, Taraxacum officinale, and Peumus boldus, used to promote functions of the liver and the gallbladder.
3 (3,9) Physalis peruviana 3 (3,9) Plukenetia volubilis 3 (3,9) Capsicum pubescens 2 (2,6) Coffea arabica 2 (2,6) Gentianella alborosea 2 (2,6) Peumus boldus 2 (2,6) Solanum tuberosum 2 (2,6) Tabebula serratifolia 2 (2,6) Tropaeolum tuberosum 2 (2,6) Zea mays l.
interpretamos como atribuibles a bosques de Cryptocaryon el Piso de Vegetacion denominado "Bosque esclerofilo mediterraneo costero de Cryptocarya alba y Peumus boldus", y seguramente le seria atribuible el tambien llamado "Bosque esclerofilo mediterraneo costero de Lithraea caustica y Cryptocarya alba"; estos autores cuantifican la superficie asignada a ambos Pisos en 10.
Forests were composed mainly of Cryptocarya alba, Peumus boldus, Lithraea caustica, Schinus latifolius, and Quillaja saponaria that mostly covered ravines and lowest sites on south-facing slopes.
El estudio muestra que la especie vegetal con mayor numero de autorizaciones de comercializacion es la alcachofa Cynara scolymus (52 RS), seguida de calendula Calendula officinalis (51 RS), valeriana Valeriana officinalis (33 RS), ajo Allium sativum (32 RS), ginkgo Ginkgo biloba (29 RS), cascara sagrada Rhamnus prushiana (24 RS), boldo Peumus boldus (23 RS), psyllium Plantago psyllium (21 RS), castano de indias Aesculus hippocastanum (20 RS) y diente de leon Taraxacum officinale (20 RS), corresponden a las diez especies mas empleadas en productos fitoterapeuticos legalmente autorizados para su mercadeo; estas especies constituyen 50% de los registros sanitarios de productos fitoterapeuticos otorgados en Colombia.