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139 Possible Causes for Aristolochia, petersiana

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  • Aristolochia Petersiana

    Aristolochia dewevrei De Wild. & T.Durand Aristolochia kirkii Baker Aristolochia ledermannii Engl.[tropical.theferns.info] A. petersiana is used by traditional healers for the treatment of malaria and sore throat, as well as snakebite antivenom.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Edible uses There are no edible uses listed for Aristolochia clematitis. Material uses There are no material uses listed for Aristolochia clematitis.[practicalplants.org]

  • Securidaca Longepedunculata

    Olax subscorpioidea (ifon in Yoruba), Calliandra portoricensis(Tude in Yoruba), Aristolochia ringens (Ako-igun in Yoruba), Allium ascalonicum (Alubosa elewe in Yoruba) : Wash[worldasthmafoundation.org] Senna petersiana (Bolle) Lock Mimosoideae Acacia polyacantha Willd. subsp . campylacantha (Hochst. ex A. Rich.) Brenan Acacia sp. Mill. Albizia adianthifolia (Schumach.)[memoireonline.com]

  • Arctium Lappa

    Friedrich Dobel Vollansicht - 1830 Häufige Begriffe und Wortgruppen Acacia Acer Achillea Achillea Ptarmica Aconitum alba album Allium Amyris Anthemis Anthemis Cotula aquatica Aristolochia[books.google.de]

    Missing: petersiana
  • Arsenic Poisoning

    Well water with arsenic exposure Use of Chinese herb Aristolochia fangchi History of external beam ...[arupconsult.com]

    Missing: petersiana
  • Paris Quadrifolia

    Inhalt Absinthium 5 Acidum nitricum 11 Acidum picrinicum 17 Actaea 25 Aloe 31 Anacardium 37 Apocynum 45 Aristolochia 51 Hypericum 192 Kalium chloratum 207 Kaolinum Alumina[books.google.de]

    Missing: petersiana
  • Pinellia

    Safety Issues Affecting Herbs: Herbs that may Increase Blood Pressure Other reports describe concerns raised about magnolia bark, ginseng, Aristolochia plants, kava, usnea[itmonline.org] Already, formulations must do without stephania, akebia, aristolochia fruit, asarum, and ma-huang, while many patients and practitioners worry about negative stories concerning[itmonline.org] […] adverse reactions occur frequently; the widely quoted magazine, Consumer Reports, produced an alarming article on the subject in its May 2004 issue, naming bitter orange and aristolochia[itmonline.org]

    Missing: petersiana
  • Ephedrine

    Safety Issues Affecting Herbs: Herbs that may Increase Blood Pressure Other reports describe concerns raised about magnolia bark, ginseng, Aristolochia plants, kava, usnea[itmonline.org] Already, formulations must do without stephania, akebia, aristolochia fruit, asarum, and ma-huang, while many patients and practitioners worry about negative stories concerning[itmonline.org] […] adverse reactions occur frequently; the widely quoted magazine, Consumer Reports, produced an alarming article on the subject in its May 2004 issue, naming bitter orange and aristolochia[itmonline.org]

    Missing: petersiana
  • Asarum Canadense

    Linnaeus' natural order for this plant is Sarmentaceae and Jussieu's Aristolochiae . Generic character.[henriettes-herb.com] The Aristolochiaceae family around 460 different species and 7 genera around the world, of which three are in North America ( Aristolochia, Asarum and Hexastylis ).[lakeforest.edu] The root of the As arum has an agreeable aromatic taste, which is intermediate between that of ginger and the aristolochia serpentaria.[henriettes-herb.com]

    Missing: petersiana
  • Balkan Nephropathy

    Public health authorities in countries harboring this disease are encouraged to reduce the potential for dietary exposure to Aristolochia clematitis.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Chronic intoxication with Aristolochia is the major environmental risk factor for this disease. The mycotoxin hypothesis considers that BN is produced by ochratoxin A.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Dietary exposure to aristolochic acid (AA), an established nephrotoxin and human carcinogen found in all Aristolochia species was shown to be the causative agent of aristolochic[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: petersiana
  • Cassia

    Abstract Phytochemical investigation of Cassia petersiana Bolle leaves afforded four new compounds, including two chromone derivatives, 7-acetonyl-5-hydroxy-2-methylchromone[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Aristolochia

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