Teucrium chamaedrys


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Noun1.Teucrium chamaedrys - European perennial subshrub with red-purple or bright rose flowers with red and white spots
germander - any of various plants of the genus Teucrium
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Teucrium chamaedrys Lamiaceae Bodur Mahmut, Bodurca L.
An intrinsic form of HILI such as germander (Teucrium chamaedrys) hepatotoxicity is a typical liver injury of the intrinsic form, since it is dose dependent and reproducible in mice [13].
Germander: Teucrium chamaedrys es una planta de la familia Labiatae aprobada para el tratamiento de la obesidad, diabetes, hipertension y diarrea pero su uso se relaciono con varios casos de hepatitis aguda fulminante, principal mente en mujeres que consumian dosis entre 600 y 1.600 mg al dia, despues de 2 meses de ingesta (33).
Carex humilis 30, Festuca callieri 20, Filipendula vulgaris 10, Medicago falcata 10, Thymus cherlerioides 10, Teucrium chamaedrys 5, Trifolium ambiguum 5, Bromopsis taurica 3, Alopecurus vaginatus 3, Thymus roegneri 3, Hypericum linarioides 2, Allium rupestre 1, Alyssum repens subsp.
[I.sup.+1-11] angustifolium Dryopteris pallida Pulicaria dysenterica Teucrium chamaedrys subsp.
Acute hepatitis due to ingestion of Teucrium chamaedrys. Gastro Hepatol 24;240-3.
Sierra del Rebollarejo, desvio de la carretera de Los Yebenes a la Casa de la Mora, 30SVJ2067, 950 m, margas pedregosas (ranas), con Aphyllantes y Teucrium chamaedrys, 11-VI-1981, G.
Most commonly seen today is dwarf box, Buxus sempervirens 'Suffruticosa', but traditionally woody herbs such as Teucrium chamaedrys and Santolina chamaecyparissus have been used.
'Munstead'), catmint (Nepeta), germander (Teucrium chamaedrys), mother-of-thyme (Thymus), speedwell (Veronica)
The herb is germander (Teucrium chamaedrys), a member of the mint family whose blossoms are used in teas, tonics, and herbal capsules.