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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Helleborus family Ranunculaceae are well-known as ornamental plants, but less known for their therapeutic benefits. Over the past few years, Helleborus sp.
On the basis of their usefulness in traditional medicine, it was assumed that their biochemical profile could be a source of metabolites with the potential to overcome critical medical issues. There are studies involving natural extracts from these species which demonstrate that Helleborus plants are a valuable source of chemical compounds with great medical potential. Some phytochemicals produced by these species have been separated and identified a few decades ago: hellebrin, deglucohellebrin, hydroxyecdysone and protoanemonin.
Lately, many other active compounds have been reported and considered as promising remedies for severe diseases such as cancer, ulcer, diabetes and also for common medical problems such as toothache, eczema, low immunity and arthritis. This paper is an overview of the Helleborus genus focusing on some recentlydiscovered compounds and their potential for finding new drugs and useful biochemicals derived from these species.
This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Toma C. Atlas, [Anatomia plantelor medicinale. Atlas], Romanian Academy Ed. Google Scholar.
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Metrics details. Romanian ethnopediatrics has a long history of medicinal plant use. The main objective of the present review was to identify, collect, systematize, and prioritize the available bibliographical data related to medicinal plants traditionally used to treat various pediatric diseases in Romania during the s—s. Information was mainly obtained by manual systematic search in various relevant historical works focused on the traditional use of medicinal plants in Romania s—s , found in the Archives of Romanian Academy Library and National Romanian Library. A total of medicinal plants belonging to 52 families were identified as having ethnopediatric significance.
Mohan, Gheorghe 1943-
Mohan, Gheorghe Overview. Publication Timeline. Most widely held works by Gheorghe Mohan. Tratarea bolilor cu plante medicinale by Gh Mohan Book 2 editions published between and in Romanian and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
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