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24 Possible Causes for Salvia, splendens

  • Hallucinogen

    Splendidin was originally isolated from Salvia splendens , a species distinct from S. divinorum and from which salvinorin is derived.[doi.org] Abstract Salvia divinorum is a vision-inducing mint used by the Mazatec people of Oaxaca, Mexico.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Salvinorin A is a potent, selective nonnitrogenous kappa opioid agonist and the known psychoactive constituent of Salvia divinorum, a member of the mint family that has been[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Ligusticum Wallichii

    Carthamnus is the other major ingredient whilst Acronychia and Salvia are also included[ ]. Haemostatic[ ].[temperate.theferns.info] […] atropurpureus root bark Eutrochium maculatum herb, rhizome, root Eutrochium purpureum herb, rhizome, root Ferula assa-foetida oleo gum resin Ferula foetida oleo gum resin Fouquieria splendens[ndhealthfacts.org] Carthamnus is the other major ingredient whilst Acronychia and Salvia are also included [1] . Haemostatic [2] .[practicalplants.org]

  • Prunella Vulgaris

    (RA), a caffeic acid-related compound found in high concentrations in Prunella vulgaris (self-heal), and ursolic acid (UA), a pentacyclic triterpene acid concentrated in Salvia[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Penstemon pseudospectabilis ) pseudosplen'dens: false splendens, of unknown application (ref.[calflora.net] We have previously reported that Salviae miltiorrhizae radix and Zizyphi spinosae semen upregulate eNOS expression.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Lobelia

    ‘Annual bedding plants such as lobelia, salvia, petunia and busy Lizzie can be started early.’[en.oxforddictionaries.com] Lobelia graminea, Lobelia splendens, Lobelia phyllostachacya,subsp. graminea var. pseudosplendens, Dormannia splendens, look at Systematic botany (Apr-Jun 1997) Phenetic analysis[laspilitas.com] All are grown for their tubular, lipped flowers, which resemble those of honeysuckle (Lonicera) or salvia.[southernliving.com]

  • Euphorbia

    […] leucocephala ‘Diamond Frost’ Identify: Delicate clouds of tiny white flowers just keep on coming, gently mixing with other floaty companions, including butterfly bush (Gaura), salvias[gardenclinic.com.au] E. splendens ) is considered to be the living embodiment of the supreme deity in Bathouism , a minority religion practiced by the Bodo people of Eastern India and Nepal .[en.wikipedia.org] […] root) Radix salviae Miltiorrhizae Wang Bu Liu Xing (vaccaria seeds) Semen vaccariae Segetalis Hou Po (magnolia bark) Cortex magnoliae Officinalis Si Gua Luo (loofah, luffa[healthcmi.com]

  • Amanita Muscaria

    Aphrodisiacs • Burning Blends • Capsules • Dried Flowers • Dried Herbals • Dried Leaves • Elixirs • Extracts • Herbal Buds • Live Plants • Natural Foods • Resins • Roots & Bark • Salvia[iamshaman.com] C. splendens, C. atrovirens, C. venenosus, C. gentilis may possibly cause orellanine like poisoning.[web.archive.org] C. splendens, C. atrovirens, and C. venenosus, may possibly cause orellanine like poisoning.[namyco.org]

  • Artemisia

    An Eye-Catching Border with Allium, Salvia and Lavender Dramatic and versatile, perennial Salvias are wonderful plants to enjoy over a long season of interest.[gardenia.net] Koch Artemisia splendens Willd. Artemisia stelleriana Besser Artemisia szowitziana (Besser) Grossh. Artemisia tanacetifolia L. Artemisia taurica Willd.[ww2.bgbm.org] Use of the names ‘sagewort’ and ‘sagebrush’ in North America arise from the familiar aroma of culinary sage, Salvia officinalis (Lamiaceae).[efloras.org]

  • Eucalyptus

    Undulans Eucalyptus sparsa Eucalyptus sparsifolia Eucalyptus spathulata Eucalyptus sphaerocarpa Eucalyptus splendens subsp. arcana Eucalyptus splendens subsp. splendens Eucalyptus[anbg.gov.au] The mechanism of action of quinones from the roots of Salvia officinalis L. (royleanones) and terpenoid phenolaldehydes from the leaves of Eucalyptus viminalis Labill.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] silvestris – E . similis – E . singularis – E . sinuosa – E . smithii – E . socialis – E . sparsa – E . sparsicoma – E . spathulata – E . spectatrix – E . sphaerocarpa – E . splendens[species.wikimedia.org]

  • Scrophulariaceae

    Zur Kenntnis von Salvia Sektion Salvia im Westlichen Mittelmeergebiet. – Mitt. Bot. Staatssamml. München 15: 397-423.[angio.bergianska.se] . , Ozdener , Y. and Incedere , D. ( 2007 ) Effect of temperature, light, seed weight and GA 3 on the germination of Verbascum bithynicum , Verbascum wiedemannianum and Salvia[cambridge.org] Mentheae Dumortier K 11-nerved; (A 2 [abaxial pair], unithecate - Salvia ). : Salvia (980), Thymus (220), Nepeta (200 ), Clinopodium (100), Micromeria (55), Hedeoma (40),[mobot.org]

  • Physalis Alkekengi

    Stock) Salvia greggii (Out of Stock) Salvia leucantha - Mexican Sage (Out of Stock) Salvia microphylla Hot Lips (Out of Stock) Salvia Purple Spires (Out of Stock) Salvia Splendens[whitehousenursery.com.au] Black Night (Out of Stock) Salvia cacaliifolia (Out of Stock) Salvia elegans - Pineapple Sage (Out of Stock) Salvia greggii (Out of Stock) Salvia leucantha - Mexican Sage[whitehousenursery.com.au] (Out of Stock) Salvia microphylla Hot Lips (Out of Stock) Salvia Purple Spires (Out of Stock) Salvia Splendens - Scarlet Sage (Out of Stock) Tricyrtis Hirta Alba - White[whitehousenursery.com.au]

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