Herbaceous perennials, 40-150 cm tall. Distribution: European part (south) and the Caucasus.
Contain alkaloids and 0.9% in G. orientalis Lam., other nitrogen Conn., triterpenoids, phytosterols, kumestany, flavoiondy, tsiklitoly, carbohydrates, and higher fatty acid established structure. Marked tannins to 4.5% NZ Subtitle. Part G. orientalis, fatty oil and 18% of the seeds G. officinalis L. Found saponins, vitamins B and C.
Medicinal. Therapeutic action - a diuretic, diaphoretic, anthelminthic, lactogenic - G. orientalis, Hopes. Part G. officinalis, cardiotonic - G. orientalis. Indications Read more [...]
Single, biennials or herbaceous perennials 5-90 cm high. Distribution: European part, the Caucasus, Western and Eastern Siberia.
Contain triterpene saponyany to 20% in the underground. h S. officinalis L., steroyady, flavonoids and other heterocyclic Comm. pyran group established structure. Detected alkaloids, vitamin C.
Drug (S. officinalis). Those therapeutically effect - a diuretic - Hopes. hours, cholagogue, diaphoretic, metabolism, expectorant, a veterinary anthelmintic - Subtitle. hours Statement - diseases of the digestive system: the liver, the veterinarian at bowel disease, infections Read more [...]
Odnoletnnkn, grassy miogoletinkn 25-200 cm tall. Distribution: European part (south and south-east), the Caucasus, Western and Eastern Siberia.
A. officinalis L. flavonoids, carbohydrates, ethers tsnklntolov and nitrogen Comm. n fatty acid established structure. Allocated 9.8% of the mucus leaves, fatty oil and 12% of the seeds, essential oils, tannins. Discovered polysaccharides, alkaloids, fntosteriiy, phospholipids 1% in the seeds, vitamin C.
Medicinal. Therapeutic action - an expectorant, anti-local - Subtitle. A. Part 2 officinalis L. (State registry. 2000), emollient - leaves of Read more [...]
Herbaceous perennials and 150 cm high. Distribution: European part (except the north), the Caucasus, Western and Eastern Siberia, the Far East.
Contain steroids (including steroidal saponins, phytosterols), flavonoids to 4.4% in A. persicus Baker, other derivatives of y-pyrone, carbohydrates, and higher fatty acids, aromatic alcohols and aldehydes established structure. Highlighted the essential oil, fatty oil to 14.7% of the seeds A. officinalis L detected carotenoids, polysaccharides, vitamin B2.
Medicinal. Therapeutic action - a diuretic - A. davuricus Fisch. ex Link, A. officinalis, Read more [...]
Herbaceous perennials, one, biennials, rarely shrubs 5-120 cm high. Propagation: All.
Contain iridoids to 1.2% in oversight. Part V. officinalis L, flavonoids to 2.2% in oversight. Part V. longifo-lia L. (Including anthocyanins) fitosternny, cardenolides, carotenoids up to 0.2% in the leaves of V. gen-tianoides Vahl., carbohydrates glycityl, heterocyclic Comm. of furan. and seskviterpeioidy (Su, Zhu, Jia, 1999), feniletaioidy (Aoshima, Miyase, Ueno, 1994), nitrogen Comm., feioliye acid and other aromatic Comm., alicyclic acid called higher aliphatic hydrocarbons ustaiovleiioy structure. Read more [...]
Tonkoopushenny perennial high (30-90 cm) with thick gnarled red-brown rhizomes, leaves - large, opposite, with three longitudinal prominent veins, flowers are large, whitish-pink or white with petals emarginate, fruit - capsule oblong-ovate. Flowers in June - August, the seeds ripen in September.
Venomously the whole plant, the most - the underground part (trade saponin "red soap root").
If ingested, there is a characteristic sweet taste, gives way to a sense of a strong burning sensation in the mouth and throat. Develop nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain. The animals mentioned Read more [...]
Biennial high (50-100 cm or more) with small ternate leaves (serrate on the edge), flowers yellow, small (5-7 mm) in the final (upright) axillary racemes, fruits small dvusemyannye beans (with subulate beak). The whole plant with a strong smell of coumarin-Vym. Flowering: June - September and the seeds ripen in August - September.
Toxic bodies - Aboveground part.
Contains aromatic acid lactone oxycinnamic - coumarin, which gives a pleasant sweetness of fresh hay. At rotting hay (due to mold) produces toxic bishydroxycoumarin having anticoagulant-tion effect.
Bishydroxycoumarin is an antagonist Read more [...]
Herbaceous perennials 5-200 cm high. Propagation: All.
Contain monoterpenoids (including iridoids) seskviterpeioidy, alkaloids, phytosterols, flavonoids, carbohydrates and poliatsetilenovye Comm., Phenolic acids, fatty acids and esters H established structure. Highlighted the essential oil. Found coumarins, tocopherols.
Lekarstvennoe1. Therapeutic action - sedativnoe2 - podz.ch.3 V. officinalis (Гос. registry. 2000), underground. Part V. colchica Utkin, V. dubia Bunge in Ledeb., flowers V. alliariifolia Adams in F. Weber et D. Mohr, antispasmodic - Subtitle. Part V. officinalis Read more [...]
Single, biennials or herbaceous perennials to 40 cm high. Distribution: Arctic, the European part of the (North), West N Snbnr East, Far East.
Contain alkaloids to 0.1% in oversight. CS arctica Schltdl. ex DC, and thioglycosides nzotnotsiana you-established structure. Allocated to the fixed oil from the seeds of 22.5% S. officinalis L. Discovered vitamin C.
Medicinal. Therapeutic action - Hopes diuretic. h S. officinalis, wound healing - oversight. h S. arctica, S. officinalis. Indications - disease of the reproductive system: with amenorrhea - Hopes. CS arctica, impotence, women's Read more [...]
Shrubs 20-80 cm high. Distribution: European part (PETN, south), the Caucasus, Western Siberia.
Contain mono-, sesqui-and triterpenoids, flavonoids, fntosternny, and esters of phenols, phenolic and higher fatty acid established structure. Highlighted the essential oil to 3.7% NZ inflorescences H. officinalis L, fatty oil to 24.2% of the fruits of H. officinalis, tannins. Detected alkaloids, coumarins, steroid saponins, di-and triglycerides, vitamins B, B2, C
Medicinal. Therapeutic action - tonic - Hopes. Part N. angustifolius M. Bieb., H. officinalis, anthelmintic, expectorant, astringent, Read more [...]
Annuals, herbaceous perennials, and 50 cm high. Distribution: European part, the Caucasus, Western and Eastern Siberia (south), and the Far East.
Contain flavonoids (including leykoantotsianidiny), alkaloids, phytosterols, and geteropiklicheskie Comm. pyrrole groups, phenolic acids and fatty acids established structure. Marked tannins to 6% of P. judaica L. Found anthocyanins, vitamin C.
Medicinal. Therapeutic action - a diuretic, wound healing - the leaves of P. judaica, P. officinalis L., hemostatic, irritating, strengthens hair, metabolism - the leaves of P. officinalis. Indications Read more [...]