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Contents
Foreword Alphabetical Index
Lists all scientific, common, and brand names found in the herbal monographs.

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Therapeutic Category Index
Groups herbs by therapeutic or medicinal category. Listings are alphabetical by category and accepted common name. Herbs deemed effective by Commission E are flagged for quick recognition.

Indications Index
Lists herbs by their primary indications. Entries are alphabetical by indication and accepted common name. Herbs deemed effective by Commission E are specially flagged.

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Homeopathic Indications Index
Catalogs herbal applications in homeopathy. Entries are alphabetical by indication and scientific name.

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Asian Indications Index
Groups herbs by their therapeutic uses in Chinese and Indian medicine. Listings are alphabetical by indication and accepted common name.

Side Effects Index
Groups herbs by the adverse reactions with which they have been associated. Listings are alphabetical by reaction and accepted common name.

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Drug/Herb Interactions Guide
Lists problem combinations alphabetically by the name of the drug and the name of the interacting herb, and provides a brief description of each combination's potential effect.

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Safety Guide
Lists herbs that must be avoided while pregnant or nursing, and herbs that should be used only under professional supervision. Includes all scientific, common, and brand names.

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Manufacturers Index
Provides contact information for each supplier whose products appear in the monographs.

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Herb Identification Guide
Permits rapid, positive identification of unknown botanicals. Includes nearly 400 full-color photos.

Product Identification Guide
Present photos of a representative group of popular commercial formulations.

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Herbal Monographs
Profiles of 700 medicinal herbs, including trade names, description, actions, indications, contraindications, precautions, adverse effects, overdosage, dosage, and literature citations. Organized alphabetically by accepted common name, and cross-referenced by scientific name.

Glossary
A key to the specialized botanical nomenclature and other unfamiliar terminology employed in the herbal monographs.

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Foreword
With 150,000 copies of its first edition in print, PDR for Herbal Medicines has almost instantly become one of the nation's leading pharmacological references. The reasons for its phenomenal reception are evident. Hundreds of herbal remedies now fill the shelves in virtually every supermarket and pharmacy, and the popularity of self-medication with "natural" supplements continues to rise, making the benefits—and risks—of these preparations an ever more compelling concern. Now, to better address the host of questions that still surround most herbal remedies. Physicians' Desk Reference® is proud to present this completely revised and updated second edition of PDR for Herbal Medicines. Significantly enhanced and expanded, this new edition extends both the range and depth of the original volume. Among the many improvements you'll find: • Broader Coverage: With some 100 new entries, the book now covers a total of 700 botanicals, including a wide selection of popular Chinese herbs. • More Research Data: Hundreds of entries have been augmented with additional information on safety and efficacy. • Additional Adverse Effects: The entries include new information on drug/herb interactions. The Side Effects and Interactions indices have been enriched and expanded • Available Formulations: Whenever applicable, the herbal monographs now list the names and suppliers of popular commercial preparations. • New Indices: The index section has been enhanced with four additional indices: — Homeopathic Indications Index — Asian Indications Index — Safety Guide — Manufacturers Index • Better Organization: In this edition, remedies appear under their more familiar common name, instead of their botanical designation. All monographs are cross-referenced by scientific name. One important aspect of the first edition does, however, remain constant. Because it is still extremely hard to come by reliable information on the swarm of unregulated "dietary supplements" in today's marketplace, this new edition continues to provide you with the closest available analog to FDA-approved labeling—the findings of the German Regulatory Authority's herbal watchdog agency, commonly called "Commission E." This agency has conducted an intensive assessment of the peer-reviewed literature on some 300 common botanicals, weighing the quality of the clinical evidence and identifying the uses for which the herb can reasonably be considered effective. Its conclusions represent the best expert consensus on medicinal herbs currently available. For the herbs not considered by Commission E, PDR for Herbal Medicines provides the results of an exhaustive literature review conducted by the respected PhytoPharm U.S. Institute of Phytopharmaceuticals under the direction of noted botanist, Dr. Joerg Gruenwald. These additional monographs, now some 400 in number, provide a detailed introduction to an array of exotic botanicals that you'll be hard pressed to find in any other source. To make the information in the monographs as useful and accessible as possible, PDR® has echoed the structure of standard U.S. product labeling. Each monograph contains up to ten standard sections, covering considerations ranging from description to dosage. Here's a closer look at what you will find: • Title: Each monograph begins with the herb's generally accepted common name, followed by its scientific name. In addition, all monographs are crossreferenced by their botanical designation. • Trade Names: Listed here are common commercial preparations of the herb. • Description: This section provides a detailed botanical overview of the herb, including information on its medicinal parts; flower and fruit; leaves, stem, and root; unique characteristics, habitat, production, related plants, and additional common names and synonyms. • Actions and Pharmacology: Here you'll find data on the active compounds or heterogeneous mixtures found in the plant, followed by a summary of the herb's clinical effects. If various parts of the plant possess different pharmacological activity, the parts are discussed individually, here and throughout the remainder of the monograph.

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• Indications and Usage: Information on the uses of the herb is listed under five categories, as applicable: — Approved by Commission E — Unproven Uses — Chinese Medicine — Indian Medicine — Homeopathic Approved uses are presented in list fashion. Other uses are described with provisos as necessary regarding route and form of administration. • Contraindications: Although most natural remedies can be used under all medical circumstances, a few pharmacologically potent herbs must be avoided in the presence of certain medical conditions. If any such contraindications exist, they are summarized here. • Precautions and Adverse Reactions: Found in this section are any cautions or special considerations regarding safe use of the herb, including any restrictions on use in pregnancy or childhood. Although most herbal remedies are notably free of known side effects, any reported in the available literature are noted here. • Overdosage: As we all know, "natural" is not synonymous with "benign," and an overdose of many "healing" herbs can have serious—even fatal—consequences. Whenever adverse effects of overdose have been found in the literature, they are reported here, along with the appropriate medical interventions to be undertaken when an overdose occurs. • Dosage: Listed here are common modes of administration, forms and strengths of available commercial preparations, methods for preparing the natural herb, and representative dosage recommendations drawn from the literature. Note, however, that dosage recommendations can be used only as a general guide. The potency of individual preparations and extracts is subject to substantial variation, so the manufacturer's directions should be consulted whenever available. • Literature: This section provides you with a unique bibliography of the technical literature. Because German researchers have been particularly active in the herbal arena, you will find an unusual number of German-language citations. However, work in the English literature is included as well.

To assist you in quickly locating the information you require, the monographs have been indexed by name, therapeutic category, general indications, homeopathic indications, Asian indications, and side effects. To aid you in evaluating potential risk, a drug/herb interaction guide and a safety guide are also included. An index of manufacturers completes the set. Here's an overview of what each index provides: . • Alphabetical Index: This index includes all scientific, common, and brand names found in the herbal monographs, together with appropriate page numbers. • Therapeutic Category Index: This index lists the monographs and their page numbers, alphabetically by accepted common name, under appropriate therapeutic category headings. Herbs deemed effective by Commission E are flagged with a (•) symbol at their left. To facilitate comparison with prescription and nonprescription drugs, PDR's standard therapeutic categories are used throughout. • Indications Index: This index lists herbs and their page numbers, alphabetically by accepted common name, under their various indications. Herbs deemed effective for the indication by Commission E are flagged with a (•) symbol at their left. To help you quickly identify conventional alternatives, the indication headings match those found in PDR's Indications Index, which appears in the PDR Companion Guide™ and the PDR Electronic Library ™ CD-ROM. • Homeopathic Indications Index: Included in this index are only the uses found in homeopathy. Herbs, which homeopaths typically prescribe by scientific name, are listed here in the same manner, followed by their accepted common name in parentheses. As in the main indications index, headings are chosen to match those in the PDR Companion Guide. • Asian Indications Index: Entries in this index are limited to uses found in Chinese and Indian medicine. (Chinese entries are signified with a "C;" Indian entries with an "I.") Herbs are listed by accepted common name. Once again, indication headings employ the nomenclature used in the PDR Companion Guide. • Side Effects Index: In this index, you'll find a list of all herbs associated with a given adverse reaction. Herbs are listed alphabetically by accepted common name, with the scientific name and page number

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appended. Nomenclature employed in the side effect headings matches that used in PDR's Side Effects Index, another feature of the PDR Companion Guide and the PDR Electronic Library CD-ROM. • Drug/Herb Interactions Guide: In this convenient reference, each potential interaction is listed under both the name of the drug and the name of the interacting herb. A brief description of the interaction's effect follows each item. • Safety Guide: This section lists botanicals in three precautionary categories: — Not for use during pregnancy — Not for use while nursing — For use only under supervision Here, the scientific, common, and brand names of all herbs in each category are listed alphabetically, together with the appropriate page number for further information. • Manufacturers Index: This index provides you with contact information for each supplier whose products appear in the herbal monographs. The names of the products, together with the page number of the monograph in which they appear, are included in each manufacturer's entry. Following the indices, just as in PDR itself, you'll find an extensive full-color identification section. The first part of the section—the Herb Identification Guide— encompasses nearly 400 of the most widely used herbs. The second part—the Product Identification Guide—includes photos of some of the more popular commercial formulations. Together, these guides provide you with a truly unique reference unmatched in any other printed resource. We've also included a brief glossary of the unfamiliar terms found in the monographs. PDR for Herbal Medicines is the product of one of the most thorough and inclusive examinations of the herbal literature ever undertaken. Nevertheless, it's important to remember that it merely summarizes and synthesizes key data from the underlying research reports, and of necessity includes neither every published report nor every recorded fact. As in all scientific investigation, conclusions regarding the effectiveness of the herbs discussed in this compendium are based on the preponderance of current

evidence and cannot be considered firm or final. The publisher does not warrant that any herb will unfailingly and uniformly exhibit the properties ascribed to it by Germany's Commission E or any other scientific authority. In the United States, herbal products are marketed under the provisions of the Dietary Supplement and Health Education Act of 1994, which prohibits their sale for the diagnosis, treatment, cure, or prevention of any disease. Enumeration of specific commercial preparations within an herbal monograph should not be construed as a claim or warranty of their efficacy for any purpose, by either the manufacturer or the publisher. Furthermore, it should be understood that, just as omission of a product does not signify rejection, inclusion of a product does not imply endorsement, and that the publisher is not advocating the use of any product or substance described herein. Please remember, too, that dosing of herbal preparations is highly dependent on a variety of factors, such as cultivation and harvesting conditions, the specific parts of the plant to be processed, the extraction methods employed, and the dosage form chosen by the manufacturer. Since there are no official standards governing the production of herbal medicines in the United States, and the potency and the purity of herbal products are subject to substantial variation, dosage ranges set forth in the herbal monographs must be employed only as general guidelines. In addition, the publisher does not guarantee that every possible hazard, adverse effect, contraindication, precaution, or consequence of overdose is included in the summaries presented here. The publisher has performed no independent verification of the data reported herein, and expressly disclaims responsibility for any error, whether inherent in the underlying literature or resulting from erroneous translation, transcription, or typography. When patients approach you—as they surely will—for advice on the latest herbal "discovery" to hit the nightly news, we hope that PDR for Herbal Medicines will provide you with all the facts you need to offer sound, rational guidance firmly grounded in fact. Certainly such counseling is the aim of every dedicated health care professional. And at PDR, we fully share that goal.

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Alphabetical Index
Listed here are all scientific, common, and brand names to be found in the herbal monographs. Generally accepted common names that serve as monograph titles appear in bold type. Scientific names are shown in italic type. Brand names are followed by the supplier's name in parentheses. If an entry lists two page numbers, the first refers to a photograph of the plant or product in the Identification Guide, the second to the herbal monograph.

A Aaron's Rod (Sempervivum tectorum) . .0-14, 411 Aaron's Rod (Solidago canadensis) 145 Aaron's Rod (Solidago virgaurea) 0-11, 289 Aaron's Rod (Verbascum densiflorum) .0-18, 832 Abelmoschus moschatus 833 Abelmosk 833 Abies alba 802 Abrus precatorius 43s
ABSCESS ROOT

Acorus calamus Acrid Crowfoot Acrid Lettuce Actaea spicata Activated Ginkgo Tablets (Aim for Herbs) Activin Capsules (Advanced Nutritional) Adam's Apple Adam's Flannel
ADAM'S NEEDLE

G-7, 138 133 433 so 342 362 G-16, 476 G-18, 532 4 0-22, 668 180 46 o-s, 82 491 0-3, 3 c-3, 3

AGA (Amanita muscaria)
AGAR

G-3, 8 9

(Gelidium amansii)

Agar-Agar 9 Aged Garlic Extract, Kyolic Hi-Po Formula Capsules (Wakunaga) 327 Agrimonia eupatoria G-3, 10
AGRIMONY

(Yucca

filamentosa)

(Agrimonia eupatoria)

G-3, 10

(Polemonium reptans) Absinthe Abyssinian Tea
ACACIA

0-3, 3 0-2*, 829 447 3 378 3 3 183 378 419 0-21, 838 G-26, 833 700 0-13, 36i 0-18,321 376 G-18, 321

Adder's Eyes Adder's Mouth Adder's Root Adderwort Adiantum capillus-veneris
ADONIS

(Acacia arabica) Acacia Acacia arabica Acacia Bark Acacia catechu Acacia Senegal Acalypha indica Acer rubrum Achillea millefolium Achillea ptarmica Achweed Aconite Aconite Bean Aconitum napellus

(Adonis vernalis) Adonis vernalis
ADRUE

(Cyperus articulatus) c-3, 6 Adulsa G-17, 492 Aegle marmelos 88 Aegopodium podagraria ... .0-13, 36i Aesculus hippocastanum ... G-14, 403 Aethusa cynapium 0-12, 316 Aframomum melegueta G-13, 362 African Pepper 0-8, ies
AFRICAN POTATO

(Hypoxis rooperi)

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Agropyron repens G-23, 771 Agrostemma githago 222 Ague Grass 11 Ague Tree G-21, 662 Ague-Root 11 Agueweed o-6, 113 Ailanthus altissima 770 Ailanto 770 Airelle G-3, 7s Ajuga chamaepitys G-13, 373 Ajuga reptans G-6, 12s Akebia 189 Akebia quinata 189 Alant (Inula britannica) 119 Alant (Inula helenium) G-10,266 Alcanna : G-14, 391 Alcea rosea G-14, 398 Alchemilla vulgaris G-13, 436 Alchornea floribunda . 424 Alcohol Free Black Walnut Green Hulls Fluid Extract (Nature's Answer) 134

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Alcohol Free Chaste Tree Berry Liquid (Nature's Answer) 176 Alcohol Free Dandelion Root Liquid (Nature's Answer) . . . .245 Alcohol Free Ginger Root Fluid Extract (Nature's Answer) 339 Alcohol Free Gotu Kola Herb Liquid (Nature's Answer) . . . . 359 Alcohol Free Horsetail Liquid (Nature's Answer) 409 Alcohol Free Kava Kava Liquid (Nature's Answer) . . . .443 Alcohol Free Milk Thistle Seed Liquid (Nature's Answer) 516 Alcohol Free Mullein Leaves Liquid (Nature's Answer) 532 Alcohol Free Nettles Leaf Liquid (Nature's Answer) 729 Alcohol Free Passionflower Liquid (Nature's Answer) 573 Alcohol Free Red Raspberry Leaf Liquid (Nature's Answer) 630 Alcohol Free Sage Liquid (Nature's Answer) 655 Alcohol Free White Willow Bark Liquid (Nature's Answer) 807 Alcohol Free Yarrow Flowers Liquid (Nature's Answer) . . . .833 Alcohol Free Yellowdock Root Liquid (Nature's Answer) 835 Alder Buckthorn c-12, 317 Alder Dogwood G-12, 317 Alehoof .372 Alerce 660 Aletris farinosa 11 Alexandrian Senna G-22, 684
ALFALFA

Alfalfa Herbs Tablets (Nature Made) 12 Alfalfa Leaf Capsules (Frontier, Nature's Herbs) 12 Alfalfa Liquid (McZand, Nature's Answer) .. .12 Alfalfa Natural Tablets (Nature's Bounty) 12 Alfalfa Tablets (Apothecary, Basic Vitamins, Major, Mason Vitamins, National Vitamin, Nature's Resource, Rexall Consumer) 12 Alfalfa Whole Juice Concentrate Liquid (Futurebiotics) 12 Alfamin Tablets (Key Co.) 12
ALISMA

Aloe Vera Concentrate 5000 Capsules (Mason Vitamins) . . . . 16 Aloe Vera Mild Stimulant Laxative Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 16 Aloe Vera Super-Strength Liquid (Pharmaceutical Labs) 16 Aloe-Root 11 Aloysia triphylla 463
ALPINE CRANBERRY

(Vaccinium vitis-idaea) . . . . G-3, 20
ALPINE RAGWORT

(Senecio nemorensis) Alpine Strawberry Alpinia officinarum Alstonia Bark Alstonia constricta
ALTERIS

21 G-23, 735 467 305 305 11 719 505 505 G-14, 398 233 54 G-3, 8 G-25, 783

(Alisma plantagoaquatica)

G-3, 13 (Aletris farinosa) Alterra Extended-Release Tablets (Upsher-Smith) Althaea officinalis Althea Althea Rose Alumsroot Alvita Astragalus Root Tea Bags (Alvita Tea) Amanita muscaria Amantilla
AMARANTH

Alisma plantago-aquatica . . . . G-3, 13
ALKANET

(Alkanna tinctoria)

G-3, 13

Alkanet Root G-3, 13 Alkanna tinctoria G-3, 13 Ail-Heal {Valeriana officinalis) . . . .G-25, 783 All-Heal (Viscum album) . . .0-11, 291 Allium cepa G-19, 557 Allium sativum G-12, 327 Allium schoenoprasum G-8, 188 Allium ursinum 66 Allseed Nine-Joints G-IS, 448 Allspice 590
ALMOND

(Amaranthus hypochondriacus) Amaranthus hypochondriacus
AMARGO

G-3, 22 G-3, 22 G-3, 23 G-23, 719 533 533 G-26, 826 . . . .24 24

(Prunus dulcis) Alnus glutinosa
ALOE

15 G-S, 89

(Medicago sativa) Alfalfa Capsules (Nature's Way) Alfalfa Concentrate Tablets (Freeda) Alfalfa Fortified Tablets (Mason Vitamins)

G-3, 12

12 12 12

(Aloe barbadensis; Aloe capensis; Aloe vera) G-3, ie Aloe 99 Gel (Lee) ie Aloe barbadensis G-3, ie Aloe capensis G-3, ie Aloe ferox ie Aloe vera G-3, 16 Aloe Vera Capsules (ADH, Herbal Harvest, National Vitamin, Nature's Bounty, Nature's Way) ie

(Quassia amara) . .. .r Amber Ambretta Ambrette Seed Ambroise

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AMERICAN ADDER'S TONGUE

(Erythronium americanum)
AMERICAN BITTERSWEET

(Celastrus scandens)

1-4/ASS'S FOOT ASS'S Foot Asthma Weed Astragali ASTRAGALUS (Astragalus species) G-9, 209 G-ief 479 54 Ballota nigra Balm Balm of Gilead Fir
BALMONY

PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES G-S, 98 G-16, 46i 714 G-4, 59 714 G-24, 764 G-24, 764 G-23, 734 G-24, 764 436 . . . . G-4, 60 597 597 G-26, 833 60 833 7 G-26, 812 487 G-4, 61 G-24, 757 G-7, 128 G-4, 63 63 691 193 G-22, 672 729 G-4, 64 138 182 487 652 G-9, 225 133 G-15, 459 G-15, 459 G-15, 459 Bayberry (Myrica cerifera) .G-22, 705 Bayberry (Myrica gale) . . . .G-24, 745 Bayberry Bark Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 705 Bayberry Bark Liquid Fluid Extract (Nature's Answer) . . . .705 Bayberry Root Capsules (Nature's Way) 705 Bean Herb G-23, 739
BEAN POD

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(Chelone glabra) Balsam Fir Balsam of Peru Balsam of Tolu Balsam Styracis Balsam Tree Balsam-Weed
BAMBOO

Astragalus Capsules (Natrol, Solaray) 54 Astragalus gummifer 767 Astragalus Liquid (Nature's Answer) 54 Astragalus Root Capsules (Nature's Way) 54 Astragalus Root Liquid (McZand) 54 Astragalus species 54 Astragalus Vegicaps (Solgar) . . . .54 Athyrium filix-femina G-15, 454 Atractylodes japonica 430 Atractylodes lancea 706 Atropa belladonna G-4, 69 August Flower 379 Australian Febrifuge 305 Australian Fever Bush 305 Australian Pepper Tree 139 Australian Quinine 305 Autumn Crocus G-9, 206 Ava G-15, 443 Ava Pepper G-15, 443 Avena sativa G-IS, 551 Avens Root G-4, 71 Averrhoa carambola 148
AVOCADO

(Phaseolus vulgaris) Bean Trifoil Bearberry Bearbind Beard Moss Bearded Darnel Bear's Foot (Alchemilla vulgaris) Bear's Foot (Helleborus viridis)
BEAR'S GARLIC

G-4, 65 452 G-25, 779 G-13, 367 778 G-24, 756 G-15, 456 368 66 G-20, 602 G-17, 493 84i G-25, 779 G-13, 386 490 G-6, 121 193 562 G-25, soe 109 G-25, 792 583 G-25, 809 G-4, 67 54 G-IS, 532 G-7, 128 G-10, 254 . . G-15, 448 G-12, 322 67 54 58

(Arundinaria japonica) Banana Banana Tree Band Man's Plaything
BANEBERRY

(Actaea spicata) Banisteriopsis caapi Bantu Tulip Baptisia tinctoria Barbary
BARBERRY

(Allium ursinum) Bear's Grape Bear's Paw Root Bear's Weed Bearsgrape Beaver Poison Beaver Tree Beccabunga Bedstraw Bee Balm Bee Nettle Beechdrops Beeflower Beefsteak Plant Bees' Nest
BEET

(Berberis vulgaris) Barber's Brush Bardana
BARLEY

(Hordeum distichon) Barley Grain Capsules (ADH) Barosma betulina Barweed Basam Basics Stinging Nettles Capsules (Natrol)
BASIL

(Persea americana) Ayahuasca Ayegreen Ayron Azedarach B Babul Bark . Backache Root Badiana
BAEL

57 833 G-14, 411 G-14, 411 G-18, 539

(Beta vulgaris) (Ocimum basilicum) '. .3 G-17, 503 G-23, 725 58 ise 352 seo 58 Basil Thyme Bastard Cinnamon Bastard Jasmine Bastard Saffron Batchelor's Buttons (Centaurea cyanus) Batchelor's Buttons (Ranunculus acris) Bay Bay Laurel Bay Tree Beg Kei Beggar's Blanket Beggar's Buttons Beggarweed (Cuscuta epithymum) Beggarweed (Polygonum aviculare) Beggary
BEHEN

(Aegle marmelos) Bahama Cascarilla Bahia Powder Bai-Zi-Ren
BALLOON-FLOWER

(Moringa oleifera) Bei Qi Bel

(Platycodon grandiflorum)

ALPHABETICAL INDEX American Cotton Plant 228 American Ginseng 346 American Ginseng Capsules (Nature's Resource) 346 American Ginseng Root Capsules (Frontier, Nature's Herbs) 346 American Greek Valerian . . . . c-3, 3
AMERICAN HELLEBORE

ASS EAR/I-3 Angelica archangelica G-3, 32 Angelica Root Liquid Fluid Extract (Nature's Answer) 32 Angel's Wort G-3, 32
ANGOSTURA

Arnica Root
ARRACH

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(Chenopodium vulvaria) Arrow Poison Arrow Wood
ARROWROOT

43 450 G-12, 317 43 G-IS, 425 G-IS, 425 178 699 G-26, 829 827 G-12, 320 G-i8, 530 231 G-4, 44 46 46 G-4, eo G-17, 492
.47 48

(Galipea officinalis)
ANISE

34

(Maranta arundinacea) G-3, 35 G-23, 725 83i G-18, 539 G-8, 162 G-24, 749 G-9, 214 570 G-8, 172 418 G-4, 37 Arruda Brava Arruda Do Mato Arryan Arsesmart Artemisia absinthium Artemisia cina Artemisia dracunculus Artemisia vulgaris Arthritica
ARTICHOKE

(Pimpinella anisum) 25 421 Aniseed Stars Annual Wormwood Grass Antelaea azadirachta Antennaria dioica Anthoxanthum odoratum . . . Anthyllis vulneraria Aphanes arvensis Apium graveolens Apocynum cannabinum
APPLE TREE

(Veratrum viride) American Ipecacuanha
AMERICAN IVY

(Parthenocissus quinquefolia)
AMERICAN LIVERLEAF

G-3, 26 26 G-20, 602 27 652 G-5, 96 G-20, 602 541 G-3, 28

(Hepatica nobilis) American Nightshade
AMERICAN PAWPAW

(Cynara scolymus)
ARUM

(Asimina triloba) American Saffron American Sloe American Spinach American Valerian
AMERICAN WHITE POND LILY

(Malus domestica)

(Nymphaea odorata)

American Woodbine G-3, 26 American Wormgrass 594 American Wormseed G-26, 828 American Wormwood Grass ....831 Ammi Visnaga G-5, SI
AMMONIAC GUM

(Dorema ammoniacum)

29

Aquilegia vulgaris G-9, 211 Arabian Coffee G-9, 202 Arabian Tea 447 Arabica Coffee G-9, 202 Arachis 575 Arachis hypogaea 575 Aralia racemosa G-23, 711 Araroba 352 Arartree 660 Arberry G-25, 779 Arborvitae G-24, 759 Archangel G-25, 806 Arctium lappa G-7, 128 Arctostaphylos uva-ursi . . . G-25, 779 Areca catechu G-4, 38
ARECA NUT

(Arum maculatum) Arum maculatum Arundinaria japonica Arusa
ASA FOETIDA

(Ferula foetida) Asarabacca
ASARUM

(Asarum europaeum) Asarum europaeum . . . Asclepias incarnata . . . Asclepias tuberosa . . .
ASH

.48 48 G-23, 743 G-20, 598

Amomum aromaticum 540 Anacardium occidentale . . . . G-7, 157 Anacyclus Pyrethrum 577 Anagallis arvensis .G-22, 668 Anamirta cocculus 312 Ananas comosus 593 Anchusa G-3, 13 Andira araroba 352
ANEMARRHENA

(Fraxinus excelsior) G-4, 38 39 426 G-S, SO
.39

. G-4, 50
.622 .704 814

(Areca catechu)
ARENARIA RUBRA

(Spergularia rubra) Arisaema atrorubens Aristolochia clematitis
ARJUN TREE

Ash {Picrasma excelsa) . Ash {Sorbus domestica) . Ash (Sorbus torminalis) . Ashweed
ASIATIC DOGWOOD

G-13, 36i
51 .27

(Cornus officinalis) Asimina triloba
ASPARAGUS

(Anemarrhena asphodeloides)

(Terminalia arjuna) 31 Armoracia rusticana Armstrong
ARNICA

Anemarrhena asphodeloides 31 Anemone nemorosa 824 Anethum graveolens G-IO, 252
ANGELICA

G-14, 408 G-15, 448 41 41 41

(Asparagus officinalis) . . . . G-4, 52 Asparagus officinalis Aspidium Aspidosperma quebracho-bianco Ass Ear G-4, 52 : . . . G-17, 493 623 212

(Arnica montana) Arnica Flowers Arnica montana

(Angelica archangelica) . . . G-3, 32

G-9,

A L P H A B E T I C A L INDEX BELLADONNA

BLACK H A W / 1 - 5

(Atropa belladonna) Belladonna Scopola Bellis perennis Ben Nut Tree Bengal Quince Beniseed Benjamin Tree
BENNET'S ROOT

G-4, 69 671 G-26, 8H 67 58 688 73

Bilberry Tablets (Yerba Prima) 75 Bio-EFA Black Currant Capsules (Health from the Sun) 94 Bioflax Capsules (Bio-Tech) . . . . 313 BioGinkgo Extra Strength Tablets (Pharmanex) G-29, 342 BioGinkgo Tablets (Pharmanex) 342
BIRCH

Bitter Fennel G - H , 302 Bitter Grass 11 Bitter Herb (Centaurium erythraea) . . . G - 8 , 174 Bitter Herb (Chelone glabra) G-4, 59
BITTER MILKWORT

(Polygala amara)
BITTER ORANGE

85 G-5, 86 G-IO, 256 836 G-3, 23 G-8, 174 418 G-S, 88 G-S, 88 622 836 G-22, 672

(Geum
BENZOIN

urbanum)

G-4, 71

(Citrus aurantium) G-5, 78 215 G-a, 165 G-11, 291 G-21, 635 G-11, 304 G-25, 809 G-25, 809 G-4, 50 . . .G-15, 448 G-IS, 448 G-4, 74 Bitter Redberry Bitter Root Bitter Wood Bitterbloom Bitterroot Bittersweet
BITTERSWEET NIGHTSHADE

(Betula species) 73 G-4, 6i G-4, 61 562 268 G-22, 672 G-4, 67 G-4, 74 Bird Bread Bird Pepper Birdlime Bird's Eye Maple Bird's Foot Bird's Neat Birds' Nest Bird's Tongue (Fraxinus excelsior) Bird's Tongue (Polygonum aviculare) Birdweed Birthroot
BIRTHWORT

(Styrax benzoin) Berberis vulgaris Berberry Bergamot Bergenia crassifolia Besom Beta vulgaris Betel
BETEL NUT

(Solanum dulcamara) Bitterwood Bitterwort Bizzom
BLACK ALDER

(Piper betle) Betel Nut
BETH ROOT

G-4, 74 G-4, 38 G-4, 74 G-26, 825 G-26, 825 11 G-S, 78 G-17,500 G-7, 131 G-3, 86

(Alnus glutinosa) Black Alder
BLACK BRYONY

G-S, 89 G-12, 317 G-S, 90 91 sio 810 . . . . G-S, 92

(Trillium erectum) Betonica officinalis Betony Bettie Grass Betula species Bhang Bidens tripartita Bigarade Orange
BILBERRY

(Aristolochia clematitis) . . . G-5, SO Biscuits Bishop's Elder
BISHOP'S WEED

G-8, 192 G-13, 361 G-5, 81 G-13, 36i G-13, 361 G-26, 825 205 G-S, 82 G-S, 83

(Tamus communis)
BLACK CATNIP

(Phyllanthus amarus) Black Cherry Black Choke
BLACK COHOSH

(Ammi Visnaga) Bishopsweed Bishopswort (Aegopodium podagraria) Bishopswort (Betonica officinalis) Bissy Nut
BISTORT

(Vaccinium

myrtillus)

G-5, 7 5

(Cimicifitga racemosa)

Bilberry Capsules (Bergen Brunswig, Cardinal, Major, Mason Vitamins, Naturalife, Nature's Bounty, Perrigo, Rexall Consumer, Sundown, Zenith Goldline) Bilberry Extract Capsules (ADH, Futurebiotics, Humco, Nature's Way) Bilberry Herb Capsules (Natrol) Bilberry Leaf Capsules (Frontier) Bilberry Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs)

(Persicaria bistorta)
BITTER APPLE

Black Cohosh Capsules (Frontier, Herbal Harvest, Natrol, Nature's Way, Rexall Consumer) Black Cohosh Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs)
BLACK CURRANT

92 92 G-S, 94

75

(Citrullus colocynthis)

75 75 75

Bitter Ash (Picrasma excelsa) .. 622 Bitter Ash (Quassia amara) . G-3, 23 Bitter Bark G-7, 153
BITTER CANDYTUFT

(Ribes nigrum)

(Iberis amara)

84 G-8, 174 G-S, 83 695

Bitter Clover Bitter Cucumber 75 I Bitter Damson

Black Currant Capsules (Health from the Sun) 94 Black Currant Oil Capsules (Neurovites) 94 Black Elder G - I I , 287
BLACK HAW

(Viburnum prunifolium) . . . G-S, 96

1-6/BLACK HELLEBORE
BLACK HELLEBORE

PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Blanket-Leaf Blatterdock Blazing Star (Aletris farinosa) Blazing Star (Veratrum luteum) Bleaberry Bleeding Heart (Cypripedium calceolus) Bleeding Heart (Dicentra cucullaria) Blessed Herb
BLESSED THISTLE

(Helleborus niger)
BLACK HOREHOUND

G-5, 97 G-5, 98 99

G-18, 532 G-19, 585 11 301 G-5, 75 541 775 G-4, 71

(Ballota nigra)
BLACK MULBERRY

(Morus nigra)
BLACK MUSTARD

(Brassica nigra) Black Myrobalan
BLACK NIGHTSHADE

G-5, 100 772 G-6, 101

Blue Ginseng Blue Gum Blue Mallow Blue Nightshade Blue Pimpernel Blue Rocket Blueberry Blueberry Root Bluebonnet Bluebottle Bluebow Bobbins
BOG BEAN

109 G - H , 283 G-14, 395 G-5, 88 G-22, 678 G-18, 521 G-5, 75 109 G-9, 225 G-9, 225 G-9, 225 46

(Solanum nigrum)
BLACK PEPPER

(Cnicus G-6, 103 G-20, 607 104

benedictus)

G-6, 107

(Menyanthes trifoliata) . . .G-6, 110
BOG BILBERRY

(Piper nigrum) Black Poplar
BLACK ROOT

(Leptandra virginica)

Black Root G-9, 212 Black Sampson 26i Black Snake Root G-5, 92 Black Tea G-13, 369 Black Walnut 134 Black Walnut Hulls Capsules (Frontier, Nature's Herbs, Nature's Way) 134 Black Walnut Liquid (McZand) 134 Black Wattle 3 Black Whortles G-5, 75 Black Willow G-25, 807 Black-Berried Alder G - H , 287
BLACKBERRY

Blessed Thistle Capsules (Frontier, Nature's Herbs, Nature's Way) 107 Blessed Thistle Low Alcohol Fluid Extract (Nature's Answer) 107 Blind Nettle G-25, soe Blindweed G-22, 690 Blisterweed 133 Blood Elder 259 Blood Hilder 259 Blood Plantago 612 Blood Vine G-26, 818
BLOODROOT

(Vaccinium uliginosum)

..G-6,

111

Bog Myrtle yMenyanthes trifoliata) . . . G - 6 , 110 Bog Myrtle (Myrica gale) . G-24, 745 Bog Rhubarb G-19, 585 Bogshorns G-19, 585
BOLDO

(Peumus boldus) Boldu Boldus Bolivian Coca
BONESET

G-6, 112 G-6, 112 G-6, 112 197 G-6, 113 G-9, 212 G-II, 287 G-e, 114 114 G-e, 114 319 G-14, 409 G-2i, 639 G-22, 701 G-11, 287 G-21, 639 * . .sis 421 104 487 G-10, 256 820

(Sanguinaria canadensis) Bloodroot Bloodwood BloodwOlt Blooming Sally (Epilobium angustifolium) Blooming Sally (Lythrum salicaria) Blowball Blue Balm Blue Bells Blue Cap Blue Centaury BLUE COHOSH (Caulophyllum thalictroides) Blue Cohosh Liquid (McZand) Blue Cohosh Root Liquid (Nature's Answer) Blue Curls Blue Flag

108 G-8, 192 480 G-26, 833 G-26, 818 G-20, 620 G-9, 245 562 G-3, 3 G-9, 225 G-9, 225

(Eupatorium perfoliatum) Boneset Boor Tree
BORAGE

(Rubus fruticosus) Blackcurrant Seed Oil Capsules (Natrol) Blackeye Root Black-Root Black-Tang Blackthorn . Blackwort Bladder Fucus Bladderpod
BLADDERWORT

G-6, 104 94 G-S, 90 . . .11 106 G-22,697 G-9, 212 ioe G-16, 479

(Borago officinalis) Borage Oil Capsules (ADH, Sundown) Borago officinalis Boswellia carteri Bottle-Brush Bouncing Bess Bouncing Bet Bountry Bovisand Soldier Bovista Bowman's Root (Gillenia trifoliata) Bowman's Root (Leptandra virginica) Box Thorn Box Tree Boxberry

109

(Utricularia
BLADDERWRACK

vulgaris)

G-6, 105 106

109 109 G-22, 681 G-19, 56i

(Fucus vesiculosus)

Bladderwrack Fluid Extract (Nature's Answer) 106 Blanket Herb G-18, 532

ALPHABETICAL INDEX
BOXWOOD

CALAMINT/I-7 Brum Brunfelsia hopeana Brushes and Combs Bryonia alba Bryonia cretica Buchu Buck Bean Buckeye Buckhorn Buckles
BUCKTHORN

(Buxus sempervirens) . . . .G-6, 116 BoXWOod Brake Root Bramble Branching Phytolacca Brandy Mint Brassica napus Brassica nigra Brassica oleracea Brassica rapa Brazil Powder Brazilian Cocoa
BRAZILIAN PEPPER TREE

G-10, 256 G-IS, 454 G-6, 104 G-20, 602 G-19, sso G-19, 554 G-5, 100 G-7, 134 816 352 376 117 139 G-22, 672 . . .118 840 G-17, 511 G-10, 254 G-10, 254 119
G-24, 743 . G-9, 209

G-22, 672 494 G-24, 757 G-25, 800 632 691 G-6, 110 G-14, 403 G-11, 278 231

Burrage Burren Myrtle Burrwort Bush Tree
BUTCHER'S BROOM

G-6, 114 G-5, 75 133 G-6, 116 G-7, 132

(Ruscus aculeatus)

(Rhamnus catharticus) Buckthorn Bark
BUCKWHEAT

. . . G-6, 123 G-12, 317 G-6, 124

(Schinus terebinthifolius) Brazilian Peppertree Breeam
BREWER'S YEAST

(Fagopyrum esculentum)

(Saccharomyces cerevisiae) Brideweed Bridewort Brier Hip Brier Rose
BRITISH ELECAMPANE

BudwOOd G-10, 256 Buffalo Herb G-3, 12 Bugbane (Actaea spicata) 60 Bugbane (Cimicifuga racemosa) . . . G-5, 92 Bugbane (Veratrum viride) 25
BUGLE

Butcher's Broom Capsules (ADH) 132 Butcher's Broom Root Capsules (Frontier, Nature's Herbs, Nature's Way) 132 Butter and Eggs 840 Butter Daisy 563 Butter Rose 231 Butter Winter 595 Butterbur (Petasites hybridus) G-19, 585 Butterbur (Tussilago farfara) G-9, 209
BUTTERCUP

(Ranunculus acris) Butter-Dock Buttered Haycocks Butterfly Dock Butterfly Weed
BUTTERNUT

133 G-19, 585 840 G-19, 585 G-20, 598 134 G-17, 503 38i
G-24, 754

(Ajuga reptans)
BUGLEWEED

G-6, 125 G-6, 126 G-6, 114 G-6, 125 G-5, 92 128 G-14, 411 G-17, 503 G-9, 209 187 G-6, 114 G-7, 128

(Inula britannica) British Myrrh . British Tobacco
BROAD BEAN

(Lycopus virginicus) Bugloss Bugula Bugwort
BULBOUS BUTTERCUP

(Juglans cinerea) Button Snakeroot Buttonhole
Buttons

(Vicia faba) Broad-Leafed-Laurel Broad-Leaved-Garlic Brook Bean
BROOKLIME

120 G-18, 528 66 G-6, 110

(Ranunculus bulbosus) Bullock's Eye Bull's Eyes Bullsfoot Bupleurum Chinese Burage
BURDOCK

Buxus sempervirens C
CABBAGE

G-6, l i e

(Veronica beccabunga) . . . G-6, 121 Broom
BROOM CORN

G-22, 672 121 G-22, 672 G-22, 672 122

(Brassica oleracea) Cabbage Rose Cabbage Tablets (Freeda) Cacao Caesalpinia bonducella Caffea Caffeine-Free Ginger Root Tea Bags (Alvita Tea)
CAJUPUT

G-7, 134 644 134 G-8, 199 253 G-9, 202 339 . G-7, 136 137 138

(Arctium lappa)

(Sorghum vulgare) Broomtops Browme ...'

BROWN KELP (Macrocystis pyrifera)

Burdock Root Capsules (Frontier, Nature's Herbs) . . . . 128 Burdock Root Fluid Extract (Nature's Answer) 128 Burnet Saxifrage G-19, 591
BURNING BUSH

Brownwort G-22, 68i Bruisewort (Bellis perennis) G-26, 811 Bruisewort (Saponaria officinalis) . . . G-22, 701 Bruisewort (Symphytum officinale) . . . G-9, 212

(Dictamnus albus) Burning Bush
BURR MARIGOLD

G-7, 130 G-25, 791 . . . . . . . G-7, 131 G-7, 128

(Melaleuca leucadendra)
CALABAR BEAN

(Physostigma yenenosum)
CALAMINT

(Bidens tripartita) Burr Seed

(Calamintha nepeta)

I-8/CALAMINTHA NEPETA Calamintha
CALAMUS

PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES
138

nepeta

Candleberry Candlewick Plant
CANELLA

G-22, 705 G-18, 532 147 147 147 146 706 358 G-20, 629 . . . G-9, 245 G-17, 500 G-17, 500 182 G-19, 585 16 G-26, 819 378 G-25, 783 . . . G-22, 690 G-8, ies 6-8, 165 148

Carpenter's Weed (Prunella vulgaris)
CARRAGEEN

G-22, 681 152 152 152 G-25, 809 652 G-25, 807 G-7, 148 . . . . G-7, 153 153

(Acorus calamus)

G-7, 138

Calcutta Lucerne 376 Calendula G-17, 497 Calendula Gel (Boiron) 497 Calendula Lotion (Boiron) 497 Calendula officinalis G-17, 497 Calendula Ointment (Boiron) . . 497 Calico Bush G-18, 528 Califlora Calendula Gel (Boericke & Tafel) 497 California Buckthorn G-7, 153
CALIFORNIA PEPPERTREE

(Canella winterana) Canella Alba Canella winterana
CANE-REED

(Chondrus crispus) Carragennan Carrahan Carrot Carthamus tinctorius Cartkins Willow Carum carvi
CASCARA SAGRADA

(Costus speciosa) Cang-Zhu Cankerroot Cankerwort (Senecio jacobaea) Cankerwort (Taraxacum officinale) Cannabis Cannabis sativa Canton Cassia Capdockin
CAPE ALOE

(Rhamnus purshiana)

(Schinus molle)
CALIFORNIA POPPY

....

139

(Eschscholtzia californica) . . . Calluna vulgaris

. G-7, 140 G-13, 383

(Aloe ferox)
CALOTROPIS

(Calotropis procera) Calotropis gigantea Calotropis procera Caltha palustris Calumba Calves' Snout Calystegia sepium Camboge Camellia sinensis Cammock Camolea CAMPHOR TREE (Cinnamomum camphora) Cana Fistula Canada Balsam Canada Pitch Canada Root Canada Tea
CANADIAN FLEABANE

141 338 141 0-17, 503 208 840 G-13, 367 0-12, 325 G-13, 369 G-23, 713 G-17,515

Cape Gooseberry Cape Gum Capon's Tail Capsella bursa-pastoris Capsicum Capsicum annuum
CARAMBOLA

Cascara Sagrada Bark Capsules (Frontier) Cascara Sagrada Bark Mild Stimulant Laxative Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . . . . Cascara Sagrada Capsules (Herbal Harvest, Humco, Nature's Way) Cascara Sagrada Natural Laxative Capsules (Nature's Resource)
CASCARILLA

153

153

153

(Croton eluteria) Case-Weed
CASHEW

156 0-22, 690

(Averrhoa carambola)
CARAWAY

(Anacardium occidentale) . 0-7, 157
CASSIA

(Carum carvi) Card Thistle
CARDAMOM

G-7, 148 G-24, 757

(Cassia angustifolia) Cassia Cassia angustifolia Cassia Aromaticum Cassia Bark Cassia fistula Cassia Lignea Cassia senna Castanea sativa Castor Bean
CASTOR OIL PLANT

684 182 684 182 182 0-13, 354 182 G-22, 684 708 G-7, I S S o-7, i s s 0-15,432 467 418 193 163 447

(Elettaria cardamomum) . . G-7, 149 0-7, 143 0-13, 354 714 G-19, 594 G-20,598 820 Cardin Carex arenaria Carica papaya Carlina acaulis CARLINE THISTLE (Carlina acaulis) CAROB (Ceratonia siliqua) .. o-e, 107 336 G-19, 565 151 151

(Erigeron canadensis) . . . . 0-7, 144
CANADIAN GOLDEN ROD

(Ricinus communis)
G-7, 151

(Solidago

canadensis)

145

Canadian Hemp Canadian Poplar Canarium species Cancer-Root Canchalagua

418 G-20, 607 184 0-20, 602 G-8, 174

Carpenter's Herb (Ajuga reptans) G-6, 125 Carpenter's Herb (Prunella vulgaris) G-22, 681 Carpenter's Square G-11, 311 Carpenter's Weed (Achillea millefolium) . . . G-26, 833

Catalonia Jasmine Catarrh Root Catchfly Catchweed
CATECHU

(Acacia catechu) Catha edulis

ALPHABETICAL INDEX Catmint Catnep
CATNIP

CHICKWEED/I-9 G-8, 164 0-8, 164
G-8, 164

(Nepeta cataria)

Catnip Herb Capsules (Nature's Way) 164 Catnip Herb Liquid Fluid Extract (Nature's Answer) 164 Catnip Leaf Capsules (Frontier) 164 Catnip Liquid (Nature's Answer) 164 Catrup G-8, 164
CAT'S CLAW

Cayenne Herbal Capsules (Apothecary) 165 Cayenne Pepper Capsules (Humco, Major) 165 Cayenne Peppers Capsules (ADH) 165 Cayenne Power Herb Capsules (Nature's Herbs) .. .. 165 Ceanothus americanus 541
CEDAR

(Cedrus libani) Cedrus libani . . .
CELANDINE

169 169

(Chelidonium majus)
160

G-8, 169 24 G-8, 172

(Urticaria fomentosa) Cat's Claw Bark Capsules (Naturalife) Cat's Claw Bark Liquid (Nature's Answer) Cat's Claw Caplets (Nature's Resource) Cat's Claw Capsules (ADH, Bergen Brunswig, Humco, Irwin, Mason Vitamins, McZand, National Vitamin, Nature's Bounty, Nature's Herbs, Nature's Way, Rexall Consumer) Cat's Claw Inner Bark Capsules (Frontier) Cat's Claw Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs)
CAT'S FOOT

Celastrus scandens
CELERY

ieo ieo ieo

(Apium graveolens)

ieo . . ieo ieo

Celery Liquid Fluid Extract (Nature's Answer) 172 Celery Seed Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 172 Celery Seed Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 172 Celery-Leaved Crowfoot . . G-20, 601 Cemphire G-7, 143 Centaurea G-9, 22s Centaurea cyanus G-9, 225 Centaurium erythraea G-8, 174
CENTAURY

Cephaelis ipecacuanha 423 Ceratonia siliqua G-7, 151 Certified Organic Nettle Leaf Capsules (Frontier) 729 Certified Organic Red Raspberry Leaf Capsules (Frontier) 630 Cetraria , 415 Cetraria islandica 415 Ceylon Cinnamom G-S, 190 Chai Hu 187 Chamaemelum nobile G-10, 270 Chamomile G-12, 331 Chamomile Flowers Capsules (Frontier, Nature's Herbs) . . . .331 Chamomile Liquid (McZand) . . . 331 Chamomilla G-12, 331 Chantal Aloe Vera Cream (National Vitamin) ie Chard G-4, 67 Charity G-15, 427
CHASTE TREE

(Vitex agnus-castus) Chasteberry Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs)
CHAULMOOGRA

G-8, 176 176 177 G-24, 756 772 820 o-is, 455 G-15, 455 G-i4, 395 G-25, 792 178

(Hydnocarpus species) Cheat Chebulic Myrobalan Checkerberry Cheese Rennet Cheese Renning Cheeseflower Cheiranthus cheiri
CHEKEN

(Centaurium erythraea) .. 0-8, 174 Centaury Gentian Centella asiatica Centinode
Centory

(Antennaria dioica) Cat's Nettle Catsfoot Cat's-Paw
Catswort

G-8, 162 41© 372 372
G - 8 , 164

G-8, 174 G-13, 359 o-«, 448
G - 8 , 174

Caulophyllum thalictroides
CAYENNE

109
G-8, 16S

(Capsicum annuum) Cayenne 30,000 Heat Units Capsules (Frontier) Cayenne Capsules (Bergen Brunswig, Herbal Harvest, Mason Vitamins, McKesson, McZand, Nature's Bounty, Nature's Resource, Perrigo)

165

165

Centranthus ruber G-21, 639 Centrum Echinacea Capsules (Whitehall-Robins) G-31, 26i Centrum Garlic Capsules (Whitehall-Robins) G-31, 327 Centrum Ginkgo Biloba Capsules (Whitehall-Robins) G-31, 342 Centrum Ginseng Capsules (Whitehall-Robins) G-31, 346 Centrum Saw Palmetto Capsules (Whitehall-Robins) G-31, 664 Centrum St. John's Wort Capsules (Whitehall-Robins) G-31, 719

(Eugenia chequen)

Chelidonium majus G-8, 169 Chelone G-4, 59 Chelone glabra G-4, 59 Chenopodium ambrosioides .0-26, 828 Chenopodium vulvaria 43 Cheque Tree 704
CHERRY LAUREL

(Prunus laurocerasus) . . . . G-8, 179 Cherry-Bay Chestnut Chicken Toe
CHICKWEED

G-8, 179 708 220 180

(Stellaria media) ^

I-10/CHICKWEED CAPSULES Chickweed Capsules (Nature's Herbs) Chickweed Herb Capsules (Frontier) Chickweed Herb Liquid (Nature's Answer)
CHICORY

PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Chionanthus virginicus Chirata Chirayta
CHIRETTA

iso iso -iso G-8, 181 G-8, 165 595 G-11, 278 238 G-24, 747 467 G-26, 817 560 58 816

G-12, 321 187 187

CINQUEFOIL

(Potentilla erecta) Cinquefoil {Potentilla anserind) Cinquefoil (Potentilla reptans) Citronella Citrullus colocynthis Citrus aurantifolia Citrus aurantium Citrus Dulcis Citrus limon Citrus sinensis City Avens
Cive Garlic QveS Civet

G-8, 192 G-20, 610 G-11, 289 G-16, 465 G-5, 83 G-16, 476 G-5, 86 G-24, 747 460 G-24, 747 G-4, 71
G-8, 188 G-8, 188 G-8, 188

(Swertia

chirata)

187

(Cichorium intybus) Chilli Pepper Chimaphila umbellata Chimney-Sweeps Chin Cups China Orange China Root {Alpinia ojficinarum) China Root (Dioscorea villosa) Chinese Arborvitae Chinese Bell-Flower Chinese Cabbage
CHINESE CINNAMON

Chittem Bark Chive
CHIVES

G-7, 153 G-8, 188

(Allium schoenoprasum) . . G-8, 188 Chocolate Root Chocolate Tree
CHOCOLATE VINE

G-25, 794 G-8, 199

(Akebia quinata)

189

(Cinnamomum aromaticum) . . . 182 Chinese Ginger . Chinese Ginseng Chinese Green Tea Tea Bags (Alvita Tea) Chinese Matrimony Vine Chinese Mock-Barberry
CHINESE MOTHERWORT

467 346 369 486 669 183 184 346 346 346

(Leonurus japonicus)
CHINESE OLIVE

(Canarium species) Chinese Red Panax Capsules (Nature's Resource) Chinese Red Panax Ginseng Capsules (Nature Made) Chinese Red Panax Ginseng Tablets (Nature Made)
CHINESE RHUBARB

(Rheum palmatum) Chinese Sumach Chinese Tea
CHINESE THOROUGHWAX

G-8, 185 770 G-13, 369 187 327 486 G-26, 84i G-12, 321

Choke Cherry 810 Chondrodendron tomentosum . . . 566 Chondrus 152 Chondrus crispus 152 Chongras G-20, 602 Chop Nut 137 Christe Herbe G-5, 97 Christmas Rose G-5, 97 Christmas-Berry Tree 117 Christ's Ladder G-8, 174 Christ's Spear 269 Christ's Thorn G-14, 397 Chrysanthemum cinerariifolium 621 Chrysanthemum leucanthemum 563 Chrysatobine 352 Church Broom G-24, 757 Church Steeples G-3, 10 Churastaff 840 Cichorium intybus G-8, 181 Cicuta virosa G-11, 297 Cimicifuga G-5, 92 Cimicifuga racemosa G-5, 92 Cinchona G-20, 626 Cinchona pubescens G-20, 626 Cineraria Maritima 25a Cinnamomum aromaticum 182 Cinnamomum camphora . . . . G-7, 143 Cinnamomum verum G-8, 190
CINNAMON

Cladonia pyxidata Clu\>iceps purpurea
CLEAVERS

238 280 193 193 193

(Galium aparine) Cleavers, Alcohol-Free Liquid (Nature's Answer) Cleaverwort
CLEMATIS

(Clematis recta)

G-8, 194

Clematis recta G-8, 194 Clematis vitalba G-25, 769 Clivers 193 Clot-Bur (Arctium lappa) . .. G-7, 128 Clot-Bur (Verbascum densiflorum) G-i8, 532
CLOVE

(Syzygium aromaticum) . .. G-8, 195 Clove Garlic Clove Pepper Clown's Lungwort Clown's Mustard
CLUB MOSS

G-12, 327 590 G-18, 532 84
r

(Lycopodium clavatum) Clusterbean Cnicus benedictus Coachweed Coakum
COCA

. 196

(Bupleurum Chinese) Chinese Tian Shan Garlic Tablets (Nature's Herbs) Chinese Wolfberry Chinwood Chionanthus

376 G-6, 107 i . . 193 G-20, 602 197 197 354 312

(Cinnamomum

verum)

G-8, 190

Cinnamon Bark Fluid Extract (Nature's Answer) 190 Cinnamon Sedge G-7, 138 Cinnamon Wood G-21, 662

(Erythroxylum coca) Cocaine Cocash Weed Cocculus Indicus

ALPHABETICAL INDEX Cochlearia officinalis Cochlospermum gossypium
COCILLANA TREE

COTTON TREE/1-11 0-22, 679 229 198 222 G-7, 128 G-3, 10 . G-7, 128 657 280 729 46 Coltsfoot Coltstail . COLUMBINE (Aquilegia vulgaris) Colza Combretum Combretum micranthum
COMFREY 48 G-7, 144

(Guraea rusbyi) Cockle Cockle Buttons Cocklebur (Agrimonia eupatoria) Cocklebur {Arctium lappa) Cockoo Flower Cockspur Rye Cockup Hat Cocky Baby COCOA (Theobroma cacao)

G-9, 211 G-19, 554 559 559

Copalm Copperose Coptide CoptlS Coptis Groenlandica Coptis trifolia Coqueret
CORAL ROOT

G-23, 734 223 358 358 358 358 G-26, 819

(Symphytum officinale) . . . G-9, 212 Commiphora molmol Common Agrimony Common Alder Common Ash Common Bean
COMMON KIDNEY VETCH

(Corallorhiza

odontorhiza)

. . . . 220 220

G-IS, 534 G-3, 10 G-5, 89 G-4, 50 G-4, 65 . . . . G-9, 214

Corallorhiza odontorhiza
CORIANDER

(Coriandrum sativum) . . . . G-9, 221 Coriandrum sativum CORN COCKLE (Agrostemma githago) Corn Horsetail CORN POPPY (Papaver rhoeas) Corn Rose
CORN SILK

G-9, 221

G-8, 199

COCONUT PALM (Cocos nucifera) Cocos nucifera CoCOWOlt Coffea arabica COFFEE (Coffea arabica) Cokan COLA (Cola acuminata) Cola acuminata Cola Nut Cola Seeds

(Anthyllis vulneraria) G-9, 201 G-9, 201 G-22, 690 G-9, 202 Common Common Common Common Common Common

222 G-14, 409

G-9, 202 G-20, 602 205 205 205 205

Larch G-IS, 457 Matrimony Vine 487 Polypody G-15, 454 Sandspurry 39 Shrubby Everlasting . . . 417 Silver Fir 802 215 G-21, 645 G-21, 646 G-21, 645

223 223 224 G-10, 256 G-10, 256 G-9, 225 G-10, 256 51 G-23, 741 226 775 226 412 450

COMMON STONECROP

(Sedum acre) Compass Plant Compass Weed Compass-Weed CONDURANGO (Marsdenia condurango) Coneflower . .,
CONGOROSA

(Zea mays) Cornel Cornelian Tree
CORNFLOWER

(Centaurea cyanus) Cornus florida Cornus officinalis Corona Solis
CORYDALIS

COLCHICUM (Colchicum autumnale) . . . G-9, 206 Colchicum autumnale G-9, 206 Cole G-19, 554 Colewort (Brassica oleracea) G-7, 134 Colewort (Geum urbanum) . .G-4, 71 Colic Root (Alpinia officinarum) 467 Colic Root. (Dioscorea villosa) G-26, 817 Colic Root (Liatris spicata) G-17, 503 Colic-Root 11 Collinsonia canadensis G-23, 733 Colocynth Pulp G-5, 83 COLOMBO (Jateorhiza palmata)

216 26i

(Corydalis cava) ... 218 r-t G-13, 386 G-9, 212 84i 218 G-ie, 475 G-ie, 475 G-16, 475 Corydalis Corydalis cava Corynanthe pachyceras Cossoo
COSTUS

(Maytenus ilicifolia) Conium maculatum Consound Consumptive's Weed

CONTRAYERVA (Dorstenia contrayerva) Convallaria Convallaria majalis Convall-Lily COOLWORT (Tiarella cordifolia) Coon Root COPAIBA BALSAM (Copaifera langsdorffi)

(Saussurea costus) Costus speciosa
COTTON

227 146 228 236
G-16, 468

(Gossypium hirsutum) Cotton Dawes
Cotton Root

G-9, 219 108 220 220 220

Cotton Seed Cotton Shell
COTTON TREE

228 229

208

COLT'S FOOT (Tussilago farfara)

Copaifera langsdorffi Copaiva G-9, 209 I

(Cochlospermum gossypium)

229

1-12/COTTON W E E D

PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES

Cotton Weed Couch Grass Coughroot Coughweed Coughwort Couhage Cow Cabbage Cow Grass Cowbane Cowberry
COWHAGE

236 G-25, 771 G-4, 74 354 G-9, 209 230 G-3, 28 G-15, 44a G-11, 297 G-3, 20 230 230

CUBEB

(Piper cubeba) Cuca Cuckoo Bread Cuckoo Buds Cuckoo Pint Cuckowes Meat Cucurbita pepo Cuddy's Lungs
CUDWEED

235 197 827 128 46 827 G-20, 618 G-18, 532 236 G-8, 162 G-20, 624 104 G-9, 211

Cyclamen europaeum Cydonia oblongata Cymbopogon citratus Cynanchum vincetoxicum Cynara scolymus Cynoglossum officinale Cyperus articulatus
CYPRESS

240 625 G-ie, 465 335 G-4, 44 410 G-3, 6

(Cupressus sempervirens) . G-9, 241 Cypress Powder
CYPRESS SPURGE

46 . . G-9, 242 541 452 G-22, 672

(Mucuna pruriens) Cowitch COWSLIP (Primula Cowslip Crab's Eyes Cramp Bark Crampweed
CRANESBILL

(Gnaphalium uliginosum) Cudweed Cullay Culveris Root Culverwort
CUMIN

(Euphorbia cyparissias) Cypripedium calceolus Cytisus laburnum Cytisus scoparius D Daemonorops draco
DAFFODIL

veris)

231

G-17, 503 435 G-5, 96 G-20, 610 maculatum)

(Cuminum

cyminum) . . .

G-9, 2 3 7 G-9, 2 3 7

Cuminum cyminum
CUP PLANT

257

(Geranium

233

(Silphium
CUPMOSS

perfoliatum)

G-9, 238

(Narcissus pseudonarcissus) . . . 243 Dage of Jerusalem Daggers Da-Huang Daisy Dalmatian^Insect Flowers Dalmatian Pellitory
DAMIANA

Crataegus laevigata Crawley Crawley Root Crawlgrass Creeper Creeping Charlies Creeping Jenny Creeping Joan Creeping Tom Crest Marine Crewel Crithum maritimum Crocus sativus Crosswort Croton eluteria CROTON SEEDS (Croton tiglium) Croton tiglium Crow Corn . Crow Soap Crowberry Crowfoot (Anemone nemorosa) Crowfoot (Geranium maculatum) Crowfoot (Ranunculus bulbosus) Crown Flower Crude Chrysarobin

G-10, 271 220 220 G-IS, 448 G-3, 26 372 G-17, 520 G-17, 520 215 658 231 658 G-21, 653 G-e, 113 ise 234 234 11 G-22, 701 G-20, 602 .824 233 128 338 352

(Cladonia pyxidata) . .

. . . . 238

Cup-Puppy 223 Cupressus sempervirens . . . . G-9, 241 Curcu Caps Capsules (Health from the Sun) 132
CURCUMA

G-16, 485 G-19, 56i G-8, 185 G-24, 754 621 621 244 244 244 244

(Curcuma xanthorrhizia) Curcuma domestica Curcuma xanthorrhizia Curcuma zedoaria Curdwort Cure All Cure-Ail Curled Dock Curled Mint Cursed Crowfoot Cuscuta epithymum Cusparia Bark Custard Apple Cutch (Acacia catechu) Cutch (Agropyron repens) . Cutweed Cyamopsis tetragonoloba Cyani Cyani-Flowers
CYCLAMEN

. G-9, 239 775 G-9, 239 G-26, 846 G-15, 455 G-25, 794 G-ie, 46i 835 G-23, 709 G-20, eoi G-10, 254 34 27 163 G-25, 771 106 376 G-9, 225 G-9, 225

(Turnera diffusa) Damiana Leaf Capsules (Frontier) Damiana Leaf Fluid Extract (Nature's Answer) Damiana Leaves Capsules (ADH, Nature's Herbs)
DANDELION

(Taraxacum officinale)

. . . G-9, 245

(Cyclamen

europaeum)

240

Dandelion Capsules (Nature's Way) 245 Dandelion Liquid (McZand) . . . . 245 Dandelion Root Capsules (ADH, Frontier, Herbal Harvest, Nature's Bounty) . . . .245 Danewort 259 Dan-Shen 636 Daphne (Daphne mezereum) G-17, 515 Daphne (Laurus nobilis) . . .G-IS, 459 Daphne mezereum G-17, 515

ALPHABETICAL INDEX Darkmous Darri
DATE PALM

DUN DAISY / I - 1 3 716 121 Devil's Head Devil's Herb Devil's Nettle Devil's Plaything Devil's Ribbon Devil's Root Devil's Trumpet Devil's Turnip {Bryonia alba) Devil's Turnip {Bryonia cretica) Devil's Vine Dew Plant Dewberry Dicentra cucullaria Dictamnus albus Didin Didthin
DIGITALIS

(Phoenix dactylifera)

G-IO, 246

Datura G-IS, 436 Datura stramonium G-IS, 436 Daucus carota G-25, 809 Da-Zao 439 Dead Men's Bells G-IO, 248 Dead Men's Fingers 79s Dead Nettle G-25, 806 Dead Tongue 795 Deadly Nightshade G-4, 69 Deaf Nettle G-25, 806 Deer Balls 618 Deerberry 820 Delicate Bess G-21, 639 Delphinium consolida G-15, 458 Delphinium staphisagria 726 Demerara Pinkroot 831 Deodorized Garlic Tablets (Nature's Bounty) 327 Dergmuse 716 Desert Herb G-16, 488 Devil Tree 305 Devil's Apple G-15, 436 Devil's Bit {Aletris farinosa) . . . .11 Devil's Bit (Alstonia constricta) 305 Devil's Bit (Scabiosa succisa) G-20, 612 Devil's Bite {Liatris spicata) G-17, 503 Devil's Bite {Veratrum viride) 25 Devil's Bones G-26, 817 Devil's Cherries G-4, 69
DEVIL'S CLAW

840 G-4, 69 G-26, 833 G-26, 833 840 G-19, 588 G-15, 436 G-25, 800 632 G-13, 367 740 G-6, 104 775 G-7, 130 G-18, 534 G-18, 534 G-10, 248 250 250 G-10, 248 486 640

Dog Wood

G-12, 317

Dogbane Dog-Berry Dog-Bur Doggies Dog-Grass Dog's Arrach Dog's Finger Dog's Tongue Dog's Tooth Violet Dog-Tree
DOGWOOD

418 G-10, 254 410 840 G-25, 771 43 G-IO, 248 410 24 G-10, 256

(Cornus florida)

G-10, 256

{Digitalis purpurea)
DIGITALIS LANATA

(Digitalis lanata) Digitalis lanata Digitalis purpurea Di-Gu-Pi Di-Huang
DILL

(Anethum graveolens) . . . .G-10, 252 Dilly Dionaea muscipula Dioscorea villosa Dipsacus silvestris Diptam Dipteryx odorata Dita Bark Dittany Divale
DIVI-DIVI

DogWOOd 428 Dogwood Bark G-7, 153 Dolloff G-17, 511 Donnhove G-9, 209 Doorweed ., G-15, 448 Dorema ammoniacum 29 Dorstenia contrayerva 218 Dr. Masquelier's Authentic OPC's Tablets (Naturalife) . . . .362 Draconis Resina 257 Dracontium 696 Dracorubin 257 Dragon Flower G-19, 561 Dragon Root 46 Dragon-Bushes 840
DRAGON'S BLOOD

G-IO, 252 786 G-26, 817 G-24, 757 G-7, 130 767 305 G-7, 130 G-4, 69 253 G-IO, 254 G-10, 254 G-22, 701 G-12, 316 G-12, 316 G-10, 254 G-S, 96 G-20, 629

(Daemonorops draco) Dragon's Blood Dragonwort Drake Drimys winteri Dropberry Dropsy Plant Drosera ramentacea Drumstick Tree Drunken Sailor Dryas octopetala Dryopteris filix-mas Duck's Foot
DUCKWEED

257 G-14, 393 G-5, 82 G-24, 756 820 G-22, 703 G-ie, 461 740 67 G-21, 639 526 G-17, 493 G-17, 510

(Harpagophytum procumbens)

247

(Caesalpinia bonducella)
DODDER

Devil's Claw Capsules (ADH) 247 Devil's Claw Root Tuber Capsules (Frontier) 247 Devil's Claw Secondary Root Capsules (Nature's Herbs, Nature's Way) 247 Devil's Dung 47 Devil's Eye G-14, 389 Devil's Fuge G-11, 291 Devil's Guts G-IO, 254

(Cuscuta epithymum) Dodder of Thyme Dog Cloves Dog Parsley Dog Poison
DOG ROSE

(Lemna minor) Dudgeon Duffle Dulcamara Dumb Nettle Dumpling Cactus Dun Daisy

G-IO, 258 G-6, l i e G-IS, 532 G-S, 88 G-25, soe G-19, 588 563

(Rosa canina) Dog Rowan Tree Dog Standard

I - 1 4 / D U R F A GRASS

PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES

Durfa Grass Durri
DUSTY MILLER

G-25, 771 121

(Senecio bicolor) Dutch Myrtle Dutch Rushes Dutchman's Breeches Dwale Dwarf Bay Dwarf Carline
DWARF ELDER

258

G-24, 745 G-i4, 409 775 G-4, 69 c-17, 515 151
259

(Sambucus ebulus) Dwarf Flax Dwarf-Pine Dwayberry Dyeberry
DYER'S BROOM

Echinacea Capsules (ADH, Bergen Brunswig, Cardinal, Celestial Seasonings, Contract Pharmacal, Herbal Harvest, Humco, Irwin, Mason Vitamins, McKesson, National Vitamin, Nature Made, Nature's Bounty, Perrigo, Rexall Consumer, Rexall Managed Care, Sundown, Zenith Goldline) Echinacea Liquid (McZand, Pharmaceutical Labs)
ECHINACEA PALLIDA

Eleutherococcus senticosus 693 Elfdock G-10, 266 ElfwOrt O-10, 266 Ellanwood 0-11, 287 Ellhorn G-II, 287
ELM BARK

(Ulmus minor) EltTOOt Elytrigig Repens Emetic Herb Emetic Weed Enchanter's Plant Enebro
ENGLISH ADDER'S TONGUE 261 261

6-10, 269 G-13, 361 G-25, 771 G-16, 479 o-ie, 479 G-25, 788 G-15, 440 269

261

261

526 c-22, 674 G-4, 69 G-5, 75 G-10, 260 0-3, 13 G-10, 260 G-ie, 490 652 G-10, 260 G-10, 260 695 236

(Echinacea pallida) Echinacea pallida . . .
ECHINACEA PURPUREA

(Ophioglossum vulgatum)
ENGLISH CHAMOMILE

(Chamaemelum nobile) . . .0-10, 270 (Echinacea purpurea)
G-10, 261

(Genista tinctoria) Dyer's Bugloss Dyer's Greenwood Dyer's Madder Dyer's Saffron Dyer's Weed Dyer's Whin Dysentery Bark Dysentery Weed

Eagle Vine Early Fumitory Earth Gall Earth Smoke Earthbank East India Catarrh Root East India Root East Indian Almond Easter Rower Easter Giant Easter Mangiant Echinacea
ECHINACEA ANGUSTIFOLIA

216 226 25 G-12,322 G-8, 192 467 467 G-7, 157 572 o-s, 82 G-5, 82 261
261 261

Echinacea purpurea G-10, 26i Echinacea purpurea Root Capsules (Frontier) 26i Echinacea Root Capsules (Key Co., Major) 261 Echinacea Root Herbal Capsules (Apothecary) 261 Echinacea Standardized Capsules (Rexall Consumer) 26i Eggs and Bacon 840 Eggs and Collops 840 Eglantine Gall G-10, 254 Egyptian Alcee 533 Egyptian Privet G-14, 391 Egyptian Thorn 378 Elder G-II, 287 Elder Flowers Capsules (Frontier) 287 Elderberry Flowers & Berries Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . . . .287 Elderberry Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 287
ELECAMPANE

English Cowslip 231 English Greek Valerian . .. G-15, 427
ENGLISH HAWTHORN

(Crataegus laevigata) . . . .0-10, 271
ENGLISH HORSEMINT

(Mentha longifolia)
ENGLISH IVY

0-10, 275 0-10, 275

(Hedera helix)
ENGLISH LAVENDER

(Lavandula angustifolia) . G-10, 277 English Mandrake (Bryonia alba) English Mandrake (Bryonia cretica) English Masterwort English Oak
ENGLISH PLANTAIN

G-25, soo 632 0-13, 36i 0-18, 549

(Plantago lanceolata) . .. .0-11, 278 English Sarsaparilla G-8, 192 English Watercress 384 Ephedra o-ie, 488 Ephedra sinica o-ie, 488 Ephedrine o-ie, 488 Epigae repens 768 Epilobium angustifolium ... .0-26, 818 Epright Sumach 600 Equisetum arvense 0-14, 409 ERGOT (Claviceps purpurea) Eriffe Erigeron canadensis 280 193 0-7, 144

(Inula helenium) (Echinacea angustifolia) Echinacea angustifolia Echinacea Angustifolia Herb Capsules (Frontier) Elemi
ELEPHANT-EARS

G-10, 266 184 268 G-7, 149 346

26i

(Bergenia crassifolia) Elettaria cardamomum Eleuthero Ginseng Root Capsules (Frontier)

ALPHABETICAL INDEX Eringo Eriodictyon Eriodictyon californicum Eryngium campestre
ERYNGO

FEVERFEW/1-15 G-11, 282 84i 841 G - H , 282 European Vervain
EUROPEAN WATER HEMLOCK

G-25, 788

(Cicuta

virosa)

G-11, 297

(Eryngium

campestre)

G-11, 282

Eryngo-Leaved Liverwort 415 Erysimum 384 Erysimum diffusum 365 Erythronium 24 Erythronium americanum 24 Erythroxylum coca 197 Eschscholtzia californica . . . G-7, 140 Estragon G-12, 320 Eternal Flower 417
EUCALYPTUS

European Wild Pansy 382 EuroQuality Juniper Berries Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . . . .440 EuroQuality Red Clover Blossoms Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 633 EVENING PRIMROSE (Oenothera biennis)
G-11, 298

Fake False False False False False False False False False

Saffron Bittersweet Box Cinnamon Coltsfoot Grapes Hellebore Jacob's Ladder Jasmin Pepper

652 24 G-IO, 256 182 48 G-3, 26 G-3, 5 G-3, 3 838 139

FALSE SCHISANDRA

(Kadsura japonica)
FALSE UNICORN ROOT

301

(Eucalyptus

globulus)

G-11, 283 G-11, 283 178 742 G-25, 791 G-13, 388 G-6, 113 . G-9, 242

Eucalyptus globulus . . . Eugenia chequen Eugenia unifloria Euonymus atropurpurea Eupatorium cannabinum Eupatorium perfoliatum Euphorbia cyparissias . Euphorbia resinifera Euphrasia Euphrasia officinalis European Angelica European Ash European Aspen European Avens European Barberry European Bitter Polygala European Cranberry
EUROPEAN ELDER

716 300 300 G-3, 32 G-4, 50 0-20, 607 G-4, 71 G-4, ei 88 o-s, 96 o-ii, 287 G-11, 289 G-11,289 o-is, 457

Evening Primrose Capsules (Major) 298 Evening Primrose Oil Capsules (ADH, Bergen Brunswig, Mason Vitamins, National Vitamin, Natrol, Nature's Bounty) 298 Evergreen Snakeroot 85 Everlasting 236 Everlasting Friendship 193 Eve's CupS G-20, 596 Ewe Daisy G-8, 192 Ex-Lax Maximum Strength (Novartis Consumer) 684 Eye Balm G-13, 355 Eye Root G-13, 355 EYEBRIGHT (Euphrasia officinalis)

(Veratrum luteum) Featherfew Featherfoil Felon Herb Felonwood Felonwort Feltwort Fenkel
FENNEL

301 0-11, 3oe G-11, 3oe G-IS, 530 G-5, 88 G-5, 88 G-IS, 532 G-11, 302

(Foeniculum vulgare) Fennel Seed Capsules (Nature's Way) Fennel Seed Liquid (Nature's Answer)
FENUGREEK

. . . G-11, 302

302 302

300

(Sambucus nigra)
EUROPEAN FIVE-FINGER GRASS

(Potentilla reptans)
EUROPEAN GOLDEN ROD

Eyebright (Centaurium erythraea) . . . G-8, Eyebright (Lobelia inflata) .G-i6, Eyebright Capsules (Herbal Harvest, Major, Nature's Bounty, Nature's Herbs, Nature's Resource) Eyebright Herb Capsules (Frontier)

174 479

(Trigonella graecum)

foenumG-11, 304

300 300

(Solidago virgaurea) European Larch
EUROPEAN MISTLETOE

(Viscum album)
EUROPEAN PEONY

..

G-11, 291

(Paeonia (Sanicula

officinalis) europaea)

G-11, 295

EUROPEAN SANICLE

296 .85

European Senega Snakeroot

Fagopyrum esculentum Fairy Bells Fairy Caps (Digitalis purpurea) Fairy Caps (Primula veris) Fairy Fingers Fairy Flax Fairy Gloves Fairy Thimbles Fairy-Wand

o-6, 124 827 0-10, 248 231 G-IO, 248 526 G-IO, 248 G-IO, 248 301

Fenugreek Capsules (Nature's Way) Fenugreek Seed Capsules (Frontier) Fern Ferula Ferula foetida Ferula gummosa Ferula sumbul Fetid Nightshade FEVER BARK (Alstonia constricta) Fever Fever Fever Fever Plant Root Tree Twig

304 304 0-17, 493 0-23, 738 47 323 G-23, 738 G-14, 389

305 0-11, 298 220 0-11, 283 G-5, 88

FEVERFEW (Tanacetum parthenium) . G-11, 306

1-16 /FEVERFEW CAPSULES

PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES
FLAX

Feverfew Capsules (Bergen Brunswig, Mason Vitamins, McZand, Nature's Bounty, Perrigo, Rexall Consumer) . . . . 306 Feverfew Extract Capsules (Herbal Harvest, Humco) 306 Feverfew Leaf Capsules (Naturalife) 306 Feverfew Traditional Herb Capsules (Nature's Resource) 306 Fevergrass G-16, 465 Feverwort (Centaurium erythraea) . . . G-8, 174 Feverwort (Eupatorium perfoliatum) G-6, 113 Ficus carica G-11, 310 Field Balm G-8, 164 Field Horsetail G-14, 409 Field Lady's Mantle 570 Field Mustard 816 Field Pumpkin G-20, 618
FIELD SCABIOUS

(Linum

usitatissimum)

G-12, 313

Flax Weed G-21, 650 Flaxseed G-12, 313 Flaxseed Oil Capsules (Advanced Nutritional, Rx Vitamins) 313 Flaxweed 840 Flea Wort (Erigeron canadensis) . . . . G-7, 144 Flea Wort (Plantago afra) . G-20, 616 Fleaseed G-20, 616 Flesh and Blood G-8, 192 Fliggers G-19, 561 Florentine Orris G-19, 561 Florida Holly 117 Flower Velure G-9, 209 Flowering Ash G-17, 496 Flowering Sally G-20, 620 Flowering Wintergreen 85 Fluellin 840 Fluffweed G-IS, 532
Flux Root G-20, 598

Fraxinus excelsior Fraxinus ornus French Lilac
FRENCH TARRAGON

G-4, 50 G-17, 496 G-13, 353 . G-12, 320 G-IS, 521 46

(Artemisia dracunculus) Friar's Cap Friar's Cowl
FRINGETREE

(Chionanthus virginicus) . .G-12, 321 Frogsfoot Frogwort Frost Plant Frostweed FROSTWORT (Helianthemum canadense) FUCUS Fucus vesiculosus Fuller's Herb Fumaria officinalis
FUMITORY

128 128 G-12, 321 G-12, 321

G-12, 321 106 106 G-22, 701 G-12, 322 G-12, 322 G-12, 322 G-IO, 260 G-25, 791 G-25, 791 G

(Knautia arvensis) Fieldhove FIGS (Ficus carica)
FIGWORT

G-11, 310 G-9, 209 G-11, 310

(Scrophularia nodosa) . . . G-11, 311 Figwort Filipendula ulmaria Filwort Finger Flower Fir Tree Fireweed FISH BERRY (Anamirta cocculus) Fish Mint Fish Poison Tree Five Fingers . Five Leaves Five-Finger Blossom Five-Finger Fern Five-Fingered Root Five-Leaflet Flag Lily Flaggon Flake Manna Flannelflower Flapperdock 466 G-17, sn G-8, 174 G-IO, 248 714 G-26, SIS 312 G-23, 709 428 G-11, 289 G-3, 26 G-11, 289 491 , 795 189 G-19, 56i G-19, 56i G-17, 496 G-IS, 532 G-19, 585

Fly Agaric G-3, 8 Fly-Catcher G-20, 596 Fly-Trap (Apocynum cannabinum) 418 Fly-Trap (Sarracenia purpurea) . . . G-20, 596 Foal's-Foot G-9, 209 Foalswort G-9, 209 Foam Flower G-9, 219 Foeniculum vulgare G-11, 302 Folks' Glove G-IO, 248 Food of the Gods 47
FOOL'S PARSLEY

(Fumaria officinalis) Fumus Furze Fusanum Fusoria

(Aethusa cynapium) Fool's-Cicely
FORGET-ME-NOT

G-12, 316 G-12, 316

Gadrose Gaglee Gagroot Galanga Galangal Galanthus nivalis
GALBANUM

G-25, 791 46 G-ie, 479 467 467 700 323 G-13, 353 G-13, 389 34 193 G-24, 751 G-15, 455 550 840 324 G-12, 325

(Ferula gummosa)
G-12, 316

(Myosotis
Foxglove FOX'S C l o t e

arvensis)

G-10, 248 G-7, 128

Fragaria vesca
FRANGULA

G-23, 735

(Rhamnus frangula) Frangula Bark FRANKINCENSE (Boswellia carteri) Fraxinella

G-12, 317 G-12, 317 319 G-7, 130

Galega officinalis Galeopsis segetum Galipea officinalis Galium aparine Galium odoratum Galium verum Gallinaccia Oak Gallwort
GAMBIR

(Uncaria species) Gambodia

GERMAN CHAMOMILE G-14 3 9 3 Gill-Go-over-the-Ground Gill-to-by-the-Hedge Gillyflower Gin-Action Tablets (Action Labs) Ginepro Gingelly GINGER 372 372 G-25. Perrigo. 342 Ginkgo Biloba Capsules (ADH. 7 0 9 G-6. Mason Vitamins. 792 346 G-15. Bergen Brunswig. 440 688 (Zingiber officinale) G-12. Nature's Resource. 327 Garlic Enteric Coated Tablets (Perrigo. 2 6 0 Gentian . Mason Vitamins. Basic Vitamins. 5 0 3 Gelidium amansii . Celestial Seasonings. . . 342 GinkAlert Tablets (Mason Vitamins) 342 GINKGO (Matricaria recutita) . Neurovites) Ginkgo Biloba Extract Tablets (Herbal Harvest. 327 Zenith Goldline) Garlicin Tablets . Health Products. G-4. . . . 7 9 4 G-4 . .836 Gentian Root . National Vitamin) . . .. Nature's Bounty.327 (Nature's Way) Garlic-X Tablets (Mason Vitamins) 327 Garlin Tablets (Major) . Medicine Shoppe. 101 G-24. Bergen Brunswig. 327 (Allium sativum) G-12. Herbal Harvest. 791 .9 Gelsemin . American Pharmaceutical. Nature's Bounty) 342 342 .. . Rexall Consumer) 339 Ginger Root Oil (Aura Cacia) . Celestial Seasonings. Nature's Bounty. Apothecary. . . Major.327 (Nature's Herbs) Garlic Sage ci-26.838 838 Gelsemium sempervirens Genista tinctoria G-10 . . Cardinal. Nature's Bounty.ALPHABETICAL INDEX GAMBOGE GINKGO BILOBA EXTRACT TABLETS / I . 3 2 7 Garlic Capsules (Bio-Tech. 342 Ginkgo biloba G-12. Naturalife. Major. Sundown. Perrigo) . . Sundown) 339 Ginger Kid Liquid (Nature's Answer) 339 Ginger Liquid (McZand) 339 Ginger Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 339 Ginger Root Capsules (Bergen Brunswig.. National Vitamin. 3 2 7 Garlic Oil 1000 Capsules 327 (Republic) Garlic Oil Capsules (Advanced Nutritional. . Frontier.327 Garlique Enteric Coated Tablets (Sunsource) .836 . 3 2 7 Garlic Oil Natural Capsules (Cardinal. Naturalife. Cardinal. Apothecary. . * 342 Ginkgo Biloba Extract (Natrol) 342 (Calotropis gigantea) Giant Swallow Root Gillenia Gillenia trifoliata 338 338 421 421 Ginkgo Biloba Extract Capsules (Humco. 5 0 0 Garbato Tambor Hausca 160 G-12. Contract Pharmacal. Family Pharmacy. . . 337 G-4 . Mason Vitamins. Nature's Way. . Mason Vitamins. .836 Gentiana lutea Geranium . Mason Vitamins. 3 2 5 Garcinia hanburyi Garden Angelica .1 7 (Garcinia hanburyi) . Mason Vitamins. Frontier. . . National Vitamin . Rexall 327 Consumer) Garlic Power Tablets . Rexall Managed Care. Zenith Goldline) . . 3 2 7 G-7 130 Gas Plant Gatten G-25 i 791 Gatter G-25 . GERMAN IPECAC G-12 331 (Cynanchum vincetoxicum) GERMAN SARSAPARILLA 335 (Carex arenaria) GERMANDER 336 (Teucrium chamaedrys) Geum Geum rivale Geum urbanum Gharghar Giant Kelp GIANT MILKWEED G-12. 3 2 5 Ganja G-17. . . Nature's Resource. Republic . Freeda. G-29. Key Co. 3 2 6 G-23. . 7 5 0 G-20. Medicine Shoppe. . Bergen Brunswig.820 Gaultheria procumbens Gay-Feather G-17 . 339 Ginger Capsules (Mason Vitamins.233 Geranium maculatum 233 Geranium robertianum . Nature Made. Perrigo. 4 4 GARDEN CRESS (Lepidium sativum) Garden Mint Garden Nightshade Garden Violet Garden-Poppy Gargaut Garl-Action Tablets (Action Labs) GARLIC G-12. Rexall Consumer. 6 0 9 467 . Family Pharmacy. 8 2 6 Garlic Tablets (ADH. 71 660 122 (Ginkgo biloba) G-12. . Rexall Consumer) . 339 Ginkai Tablets (Lichtwer) . G-3. .327 Garlique Tablets (Sunsource ) . 71 G-25. G-12. 3 2 Garden Artichoke . Basic Vitamins.

Rexall Consumer) .. Major. Reese) Ginkgo Capsules (McZand) Ginkgo Leaf Capsules (Frontier) Ginkgo Liquid (McZand) Ginkgo Smart Capsules (Irwin) Ginkgo Tablets (Mericon) Ginkgo-Go Tablets (Wakunaga) Ginkgold Tablets (Nature's Way) Ginkoba Tablets (Pharmaton) Ginsai Capsules (Lichtwer) Ginsana Capsules (Pharmaton) Ginsana Chewable Tablets (Pharmaton) GINSENG (Panax ginseng) Ginseng American Capsules (ADH) Ginseng American Liquid (McZand) Ginseng Capsules (American Pharmacal. Zenith Goldline) Ginseng Korean Standardized Capsules (Rexall Consumer) Ginseng Korean Tablets (Mason Vitamins) Ginseng Liquid (Pharmaceutical Labs) Ginseng Manchurian Capsules (Nature's Bounty) Ginseng Natural Tablets (Bergen Brunswig) Ginseng Power Max 4X Capsules (Action Labs) Ginseng Power Max 4X Liquid (Action Labs) Ginseng Root Korean White Capsules (Bergen Brunswig) Ginseng Root Siberian Capsules (Bergen Brunswig. 351 G-IO. Health Products. McKesson. Naturalife. 3 4 6 Ginseng Complex Korean Capsules (Mason Vitamins) . Perrigo) Ginseng Chinese Capsules (ADH) G-29. 532 Golden Seal Capsules (National Vitamin) 355 Golden Seal Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 355 . 707 G-ie. Cardinal. Nature's Bounty. Major. Nature Made. G-23. Nature's Bounty.1 . Nature's Resource) Ginseng Root Tablets (Rexall Consumer) Ginseng Siberian Capsules (Apothecary. 346 342 342 342 342 342 342 Ginseng Energy Capsules (Celestial Seasonings) Ginseng Korean Capsules (Advanced Nutritional. National Vitamin. Ginseng Up Capsules (Nature's Bounty) Ginseng Vitamin Capsules (Family Pharmacy) Giroflier Gladdon Gladyne Glechoma hederacea Globe Amaranth Globe Artichoke Globe Crowfoot GLOBE FLOWER 346 346 G-25. 351 G-12. Contract Pharmacal. 346 G-29. Bergen Brunswig. 469 236 342 342 346 346 346 346 346 346 346 346 (Andira araroba) Goat's Arrach Goat's Leaf Goat's Pod GOAT'S RUE 352 43 399 G-8. 165 (Galega officinalis) G-13.1 8 / G I N K G O BILOBA LIQUID PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S Ginkgo Biloba Liquid (Pharmaceutical Labs) Ginkgo Biloba Plus Capsules (Apothecary) Ginkgo Biloba Premium Extract Capsules (Futurebiotics) Ginkgo Biloba Premium Extract Tablets (Futurebiotics) 342 342 Ginseng Chinese Liquid (McZand) 346 Ginseng Complex Capsules (Herbal Harvest. Rexall Consumer) . . . 353 346 . 351 (Trollius europaeus) Globe Ranunculus Globe Trollius Gloves of Our Lady Glycine soja Glycyrrhiza glabra Gnaphalium uliginosum GOA POWDER G-12. 138 G-19. . 342 Ginkgo Biloba Tablets (Major. . Natrol. 289 Golden Rod (Verbascum densiflorum) G-18. Major. 346 346 346 346 346 Goatweed (Aegopodium podagrarid) . . 719 God's-Hair 38i Gold Chain 215 Gold Cup 133 Goldbloom G-17. Basic Vitamins. 44 G-12. 342 346 G-29. 346 Ginseng Concentrate Capsules (McKesson) 346 346 342 342 Ginkgo Biloba Standardized Capsules (Rexall Consumer) c-30. Mason Vitamins. 497 Goldcup 128 Golden Chain 452 Golden Daisy 563 Golden Groundsel 354 Golden Moss 215 GOLDEN RAGWORT (Senecio aureus) 354 346 346 346 346 346 Ginseng Siberian Liquid (McZand) Ginseng Siberian Tablets (Nature's Bounty) Golden Rod (Solidago virgaurea) G-11. 351 G-12. 248 G-22.G-13. 792 G-7. 361 Goatweed (Hypericum perforatum) . 56i 372 133 G-4. Mason Vitamins.

McKesson. 3 6 2 (Coptis trifolia) 358 Goldy Star G-4. 497 GOLDTHREAD GREEN HELLEBORE (Helleborus viridis) G-13. 359 . 321 Gray Nicker 253 GRAY WALLFLOWER (Erysimum diffusum) GREAT BURNET 365 (Sanguisorba officinalis) . Rexall Consumer. 459 G-11. 468 Gossypium hirsutum 228 GOTU KOLA Grape Seed Capsules (Bergen Brunswig) 362 Grape Seed Extract Capsules (Major. Mason Vitamins.) 355 Goldenseal Root Alcohol Free Liquid (Nature's Answer) 355 Goldenseal Root Capsules (Apothecary. 408 G-5. 270 Ground Berry 820 Ground Elder G-13. G-13. .ALPHABETICAL INDEX GROUND LILY / I . 361 Ground Furze G-23. G-13. 304 15 367 G-4. Nature's Resource. Rexall Consumer. Humco. Nature's Bounty. Sundown. Sundown) 355 Goldilocks 417 Golds G-17. 510 G-4. Zenith Goldline) 359 Gotu Kola Herb Capsules (McKesson) 359 Gotu Kola Herb Liquid (Nature's Way) 359 Gotu Kola Liquid (McZand) .. 260 453 G-26. 165 Green Mint Green Ozier Green Sauce GREEN TEA (Camellia sinensis) (Aframomum melegueta) . 69 563 G-14. 385 Gratiola officinalis G-13. 610 Goosewort G-20. 36i Goutberry G-6.193 Goosegrass (Potentilla anserina) G-20. 385 Gravel Plant 768 Gray Beard Tree G-12. 366 Great Burr Great Morel Great Ox-Eye Great Raifort Greater Ammi G-7.. . 551 Ground Apple G-10. 138 Gratiola G-i3. Nature's Herbs. 605 Grindelia 379 Grindelia species 379 Grip Grass 193 Groats G-18. Major.369 Green Tea Extract Capsules (Celestial Seasonings) 369 Green Tea Leaf.. 527 Grapeseed Extract Capsules (Nature's Bounty) 362 Grapple Plant 247 Grass G-17. 359 Gout Herb G-13. . . Perrigo. 713 Ground Glutton 374 Ground Holly 595 GROUND IVY (Glechoma hederacea) Ground Laurel Ground Lemon Ground Lily 372 768 G-17. 369 (Salvia triloba) Green Green Green Green Bean Broom Endive Ginger Goldenseal 563 Goldenseal Capsules (ADH.G-13. Major. 71 Goonteh 435 Goose Grass 193 Goose Tansy G-20. 354 . Nature's Resource. 260 Grenadier G-20. 256 827 G-13. . 361 (Aegopodium podagraria) . Zenith Goldline) Golden Senecio GOLDEN SHOWER TREE 355 354 (Cassia fistula) GOLDENSEAL G-13. 355 (Hydrastis canadensis) Gotu Kola Capsules (ADH. G-13. 65 G-10. SI Green Tea Capsules (Bergen Brunswig. Herbal Harvest. Rexall Consumer. 500 Grass Myrtle G-7.. CaffeineFree Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 369 Green Tea Tablets (Futurebiotics) 369 Greenweed G-IO. 551 G-8. 709 G-IO. 128 G-4. 610 Goosebill 193 Goosefoot 43 Goosegrass (Galium aparine) . 74 (Centella asiatica) G-13. Nature Made. Mason Vitamins) 355 Goldenseal Leaf Capsules (Frontier) 355 Goldenseal Liquid (McZand) . Sundown) 362 Grapeholly G-18.1 9 Golden Seal Root Capsules (Bergen Brunswig. Nature's Way. Frontier. Natrol) . 829 368 G-23. 104 GOUTWEED GREATER BINDWEED (Calystegia sepium) Grecian Laurel Greek Hay Seed Greek Nuts GREEK SAGE G-13. 367 G-15. Bergen Brunswig. 610 Go-Qi-Zi 487 Gosling Weed 193 Gossypium herbaceum G-16. 355 Goldenseal Plus Capsules (Key Co. Mason Vitamins. 361 GoUtWOlt Grain Grains of Paradise GRAINS-OF-PARADISE G-18. 362 Granadilla GRAPE G-19^73 (Vitis vinifera) G-13. Alcohol Free Liquid (Nature's Answer) 369 Green Tea Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 369 Green Tea Power. Frontier.

68i Heal-All {Scrophularia nodosa) . 534 Guggal Resin G-IS. 126 (Guaiacum officinale) Guaiacum Guaiacum officinale GUAR GUM (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) Guar Gum Powder (Freeda) GUARANA .1 . 311 Healing Herb G-9. 376 376 (Paullinia cupana) 376 Guarana Bread 376 Guarana Capsules (Mason Vitamins. 271 Hawthorn Extract Capsules (Humco) 271 Hawthorn Flowers Leaves & Berries Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 271 Hawthorn Liquid (McZand) 271 Hawthorn Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 271 Hawthorn Tablets (Naturalife) . . . Nature's Bounty. . . 128 G-18. . . 744 Haymaids 372 Hayriffe 193 Hayruff 193 Hazel Nut G-26. . Sundown) . 6 Guinea Sorrel G-14. Sundown) 376 Guelder Rose G-5.G-23.2 0 / G R O U N D PINE GROUND PINE PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S (Ajuga chamaepitys) Ground Raspberry Ground Thistle Groundbread Groundnuts GROUNDSEL G-13. 821 G-26. 362 Guinea Rush G-3. 821 Hazelwort 48 Headache 223 Headsman G-11. . 96 Guggal Gum G-18. G-11. . 367 384 193 (Calluna vulgaris) Hedera helix Hedge Convolvulus Hedge Fumitory Hedge Lily HEDGE MUSTARD (Acabia Senegal) Gum Gum Gum Gum Gum Gum Asafoetida Bush Camphor Dragon Euphorbium Ivy 378 47 84i G-7. 821 G-19. 813 827 G-9. . 532 491 G-26. 271 Hawthorne Berries Capsules (Frontier. 212 Gum Senegal 378 Gum Tree {Eucalyptus globulus) . 792 G-7. . Herbal Harvest. 325 G-12. 325 GUMWEED (Senecio vulgaris) Grundy Swallow {Senecio aureus) Grundy Swallow {Senecio vulgaris) G-Sana Capsules (Mason Vitamins) GUAIAC (Grindelia species) Gunga Guraea rusbyi Guru Nut Gutta Cambodia Gutta Gamba Gypsy Flower Gypsywort H H. 275 (Scolopendrium vulgare) Haw Hawthorn (Sisymbrium officinale) Hedge-Burs . . 383 G-IO. 278 Headwark 223 Heal-All {Collinsonia canadensis) . 733 G-23. 734 Gummigutta G-12. . 275 G-13. Nature's Way) 271 Hawthorn Berries Liquid (Nature's Way) 271 Hawthorn Berry Capsules (Mason Vitamins) 271 Hawthorn Capsules (McZand) . 322 G-13. G-23. 534 Guggul Resin Capsules (Frontier) 534 Guinea Corn 121 Guinea Grains G-13.271 Hawthorne Capsules (ADH) . 283 Gum Tree {Liquidambar orientalis) . . 532 Hawthorn Berries Capsules (Nature's Resource. 325 410 G-6. . 394 Gum Acacia 378 GUM ARABIC 480 G-24. 681 HeartCare Hawthorn Extract Tablets (Nature's Way) 271 HEARTSEASE (Viola tricolor) HEATHER (Haronga madagascariensis) Haronga madagascariensis Harpagophytum procumbens Hart's Tree Hart's Truffle Hartshorn HARTSTONGUE 380 380 . 123 38i 271 G-IO. 759 . National Vitamin. . 128 G-7. 143 767 7ie G-IO. Natrol) 376 Guarana Seed Liquid (Nature's Answer) 376 Guarana Tablets (Apothecary. 373 G-13. 480 450 G-18. Lignum Hackmatack Haematoxyion campechianum Hagenia abyssinica Hag's Taper Hair of Venus Hairy Mint Hallelujah Hallfoot Hamamelis Hamamelis virginiana Hamburg Parsley Handflower Happy Major Hardback Hardhack Hardhay Hardock Hareburr Hare's Beard HARONGA 379 435 198 205 G-12. 128 G-23. 567 G-25. 209 G-26. .G-11. 719 G-7. 271 G-IO. 382 G-13. 212 Heart of the Earth G-22. . . 733 Heal-All {Prunella vulgaris) G-22. 271 Hay Flowers G-24. . 355 151 240 575 374 354 374 346 375 375 375 Gum Plant G-9. 367 G-12. 733 G-23. . 744 618 G-6. . 247 G-24.

. . 539 Holy Tree (Ilex aquifolium) G-14. 395 G-14. ISI (Hyoscyamus niger) Hendibeh HENNA Holly-Leaved Berberis G-IS.403 G-24. 98 . 783 Helleborus niger G-5. . 96 G-14. 497 G-17. . 397 Honey Plant G-16. 648 Herb-of-Grace (Verbena officinalis) G-25. eso Herniary G-21. 678 G-10.339 Herbal Sure Goldenseal Root Capsules (Nature's Bounty) . . . . 392 231 327 (Aesculus G-6. 389 G-14. . 389 G-14. 411 Hep Tree G-10. .2 1 Hedgeheriff HEDGE-HYSSOP 193 HERB ROBERT (Geranium robertianum) . 403 820 G-26. . . . 497 G-14. 393 G-13. . 741 Helichrysum arenarium 417 Heliotrope G-2S. . . 461 Honeybloom 418 HONEYSUCKLE (Lawsonia inermis) G-14. 254 Henne G-14. 254 Hippophae rhamnoides . . 68i Herniaria glabra G-21.342 Herbal Sure Saw Palmetto Capsules (Nature's Bounty) . 63 G-14. 71 Herb Christopher eo Herb Gerard G-13. . 398 (Conium maculatum) Hemlock Bark Hemlock Gum Hemlock Spruce HEMP AGRIMONY G-13. 648 Hercules Woundwort G-22. 36i Herb Louisa 463 Herb Margaret 563 Herb of the Cross G-25. 532 Helianthemum canadense . 386 Herb Bennet (Geum urbanum) G-4. 400 G-4. 321 Helianthus annuus G-23. G-14. G-14. . 280 G-17.346 Herbal Sure Maximum Strength Ginkgo Biloba Capsules (Nature's Bounty) . 788 HERB PARIS (Hibiscus sabdariffa) Hibiscus sabdariffa High Alicin Garlic Tablets (Futurebiotics) High Balm High Cranberry HIGH MALLOW G-14. 254 Hip Fruit G-10. 397 490 G-6. . eso HIBISCUS (Gratiola officinalis) Hedgemaids 372 Hedge-Taper G-IS. . 391 (Lonicera caprifolium) Hoodwort Hop Fruit HOPS (Humulus lupulus) Hordeum distichon 399 G-22.355 Herbal Sure Korean Ginseng Capsules (Nature's Bounty) . 510 Hogbean G-14. 396 G-15. 680 Hock-Heal G-22. 394 G-14. 594 714 (Ilex aquifolium) Holly Bay Holly Thistle HOLLYHOCK (Alcea rosea) (Eupatorium cannabinum) HEMPNETTLE G-13. 527 Holm G-14. G-18. 123 hippocastanum) G-14. 385 Herb Trinity 26 Herb Twopence G-17. 97 Helleborus viridis 368 Hellweed G-IO. 520 Herbal Eyebright Capsules (Nature's Way) 300 Herbal Sure Aloe Vera Softgels (Nature's Bounty) 16 Herbal Sure Chinese Red Ginseng Capsules (Nature's Bounty) 346 Herbal Sure Extracts Capsules (Nature's Bounty) . 389 G-8. .664 Herbal Sure Valerian Root Capsules (Nature's Bounty) . . 388 (Galeopsis segetum) Hen Bell HENBANE G-13. 388 Holy Tree (Antelaea azadirachta) . . . 386 G-19. 826 Horse Chestnut Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . 448 G-17.-. 254 Helmet Flower G-22. 389 Hogseed G-10. 788 Herbygrass G-21. . 397 Holy Herb 84i Holy Rope G-13. 391 Hens and Chickens G-14. . 754 I .G-14. 254 HOGWEED (Heracleum sphondylium) Hogweed Holigold Holligold HOLLY . 68i Hog Apple G-17. 394 327 562 G-S. 306 Herbal Sure Ginger Root Capsules (Nature's Bounty) . . 397 Holme Chase G-14.G-22. 503 HOREHOUND (Marrubium vulgare) Horehound Hornseed Horse Blobs HORSE CHESTNUT (Malva sylvestris) High Potency Garlic Oil Capsules (Nature Made) Highwaythorn Hillberry Hind Heal Hindheal > (Paris quadrifolia) Herb Peterpaigle G-14. G-12. 107 G-14. 396 Herb Bennet (Conium maculatum) G-13.75 Herbal Sure Feverfew Capsules (Nature's Bounty) . . 401 G-S.783 Herb-of-Grace (Ruta graveolens) G-21. 254 Hepatica nobilis 26 Heracleum sphondylium . 594 G-19. 678 Helonias Root 301 HEMLOCK Hind's Tongue 381 Hini 104 Hip G-10.A L P H A B E T I C A L INDEX HORSE CHESTNUT POWER C A P S U L E S / I . .

. 416 G-14. 74 Indian Spikenard 433 INDIAN SQUILL (Sempervivum tectorum) . . G-7. . .G-23. 59 G-14. 400 644 G-8. 409 Horsebane (Oenanthe aquatica) G-25. 266 Horse-Fly Weed G-26. 397 G-17.54 G-S. . 74 187 490 G-25. 401 IGNATIUS BEANS (Cynoglossum officinale) Houndsbane HOUSELEEK (Strychnos ignatii) Ilex aquifolium Ilex paraguariensis Illicium verum Imlee IMMORTELLE Indian Pink 594 Indian Plant (Hydrastis canadensis) . G-14. . 238 Indian Hemp G-17. 355 Indian Gentian 187 Indian Gum (Acacia arabica) 3 Indian Gum (Silphium perfoliatum) . 602 G-15. 791 G-4. 266 Horsehoof G-9. . G-9. 359 INDIAN PHYSIC Horsetail Grass G-14. 144 HOUND'S TONGUE (Gillenia trifoliata) 421 Iberis amara Ice Vine Iceland Lichen ICELAND MOSS 84 566 415 415 . 409 Horseweed (Collinsonia canadensis) .1-22/HORSE CHESTNUT STANDARDIZED CAPSULES Horse Chestnut Standardized Capsules (Rexall Consumer) 403 Horse Daisy 563 Horse Gowan 563 Horse Tongue 381 Horse Willow G-14. 500 Indian Hippo 421 Indian Horseradish 67 Indian Laburnum G-13. . . 209 HORSEMINT PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES 54 Hwanggi HWEMA BARK (Corynanthe pachyceras) 412 177 177 Hydnocarpus Hydnocarpus species HYDRANGEA (Hydrangea arborescens) G-14. 711 Indian Sage G-e. 354 Indian Liquorice 435 Indian Nard 433 INDIAN NETTLE (Acalypha indica) 419 (Armoracia HORSETAIL G-14. 75 G-14. 411 Huang-Qi Huckleberry Hulm Hulver Bush Hulver Tree Hummingbird Tree Humulus lupulus Hundred-Leaved Rose Hungarian Pepper Huntsman's Cup Hurtleberry Hurts Hurtsickle Husked Nut . 796 Horsebane (Oenanthe crocata) 795 Horse-Elder G-IO. 113 Indian Shamrock G-4. G-13. G-14. 413 (Monarda HORSERADISH punctata) rusticana) 407 Hydrangea arborescens . 355 Hydrocotyle G-13. 414 (Equisetum arvense) Indian Paint (Hydrastis canadensis) . 408 (Hyssopus officinalis) G-14. 359 Hyoscyamus niger G-14. . 225 708 (Urginea indica) Indian Tobacco INDIAN-HEMP 421 G-16. 75 G-9. 684 G-17. 389 Hypericalm Capsules (Enzymatic Therapy) 719 Hypericum perforatum G-23. 537 Indian Dye G-13. G-13. . 794 224 (Cetraria islandica) 410 G-14. . 733 Horseweed (Erigeron canadensis) . 725 753 417 436 467 G-22.510 G-25. . 443 < 119 G-10. 355 Indian Plant (Sanguinaria canadensis) 108 Indian Plantago 612 Indian Poke 25 Indian Root G-23. . 397 G-14. Nature's Way) 409 Horsetail Liquid (McZand) 409 Horsetail Rush G-14. 812 Horse-Foot G-9. 413 Hydrastis canadensis G-13. . 409 Horsetail Grass Capsules (Frontier. 397 G-i4. 165 G-20. 414 414 G-15. 719 Hypericum Perforatum (auro cultum) 1/24 Injection (Weleda) 719 Hypoxis rooperi 7 HYSSOP Indian Cress (Nasturtium officinale) 798 Indian Cress (Tropaeolum majus) G-18. 209 Horseheal G-10. 75 G-S. 397 G-4. 596 G-5. G-15. . 508 G-23. 479 418 418 G-20. 266 423 423 423 (Helichrysum arenarium) Impatiens biflora India Root India Senna Indian Apple Indian Arrowroot Indian Balm Indian Balmony Indian Bark Indian Chocolate Indian Corn (Apocynum cannabinum) Indian-Hemp Inkberry Intoxicating Pepper Inula britannica Inula helenium IPECAC (Cephaelis ipecacuanha) Ipecacuanha Ipecacuanha Rio . 355 Indian Paint (Sanguinaria canadensis) 108 Indian Pennywort G-13. 409 Hyssop Herb Capsules (Nature's Way) Hyssopus officinalis .

814 JOJOBA (Simmondsia chine sis) . . Mason Vitamins. 561 152 G-22. 438 Jordan Almond Juarandi Juglans cinerea Juglans regia JUJUBE (Syzygium cumini) Jambul Jamestown Weed Jamguarandi Jamum 15 G-15. 355 235 429 (Nardostachys jatamansi) Jateorhiza palmata Jaundice Berry Jaundice Root Java Pepper Java Plum JAVA TEA JABORANDI 301 301 G-IS. 411 G-14. 792 . . Nature's Resource. 432 433 208 G-4. 391 590 G-14. 663 G-25. 427 424 G-19. 61 G-13. 508 Kamcela Kameela Kava Extract Capsules (Nature's Way) KAVA KAVA (Piper methysticum) (Impatiens biflora) 436 (Ipomoea purga) Jew's Myrtle Jew's-Harp Plant Jie-Geng JIMSON WEED G-7. 427 G-ie. McZand. (Pilocarpus microphyllus) Jach-of-the-Buttery JACK-1N-THE-PULPIT (Orthosiphon G-15. 132 G-4. Nature's Herbs. 440 440 440 G-15. Rexall Managed Care. Nature's Way) 443 Kavatrol Capsules (Natrol) G-29. G-26. 353 G-15. 476 25 G-3. Rexall Consumer. G-15. Sundown) 443 Kava Kava Extract Liquid (Rainbow Light) 443 Kava Kava Liquid (McZand) . 443 Kawa G-15. 434 (Mallotus philippinensis) (Abrus precatorius) 435 215 (Arisaema atrorubens) Jack-Jump-About JACOB'S LADDER 426 G-13.514 Jalap {Phytolacca americana) . 602 JAMAICA DOGWOOD (Datura stramonium) (Piscidia piscipula) m* Jamaica Mignonette Jamaica Pepper Jamaica Sorrel JAMBOLAN 428 G-14. 74 58 G-15. . 389 G-14. 532 G-19. 394 429 429 G-15. 443 Kecksies G-13. 427 (Polemonium caeruleum) Jacob's Ladder Jacob's Staff Jacob's Sword JALAP Jersey Tea Jesuit's Bark Jesuit's Tea (Chenopodium ambrosioides) Jesuit's Tea (Ilex paraguariensis) JEWEL WEED 541 G-20. 672 612 G-13. 432 G-16. 436 G-IS. . 475 G-18. 561 G-15. 425 429 Johnny-Jump-Up 382 Jointed-Podded Charlock .G-20. 492 (Alchornea floribunda) IriS Iris species Irish Moss Irish Tops Ispaghula Italian Fitch Italian Jasmine Italian Limetta Itchweed Ivy Ivy-Leafed Cyclamen (Mentha arvensis piperascens) JASMINE 431 (Jasminum officinale) . G-15. Humco. 425 134 G-25. . Naturalife. 828 G-17.. . 788 G-14. 793 439 559 (Zyzyphus jujube) Jungle Weed Kava Kava Capsules (Bergen Brunswig.. 440 G-21. . . Major. 432 Jasminum officinale JATAMANSI G-15. 425 JEQUIRITY spicatus) . . 26 240 JAPANESE ATRACTYLODES JUNIPER 430 (Atractylodes japonic a) Japanese Belladonna Japanese Bell-Flower Japanese Isinglass JAPANESE MINT (Juniperus communis) . 386 Keiri G-25. 626 G-26. G-15. 411 708 G-17. 440 Juniper Berry Juniper Berry Liquid (Nature's Answer) Juniper Berry Oil (Aura Cacia) Juniperus communis Juniperus sabina Juno's Tears Jupiter's Bean Jupiter's Beard Jupiter's Eye Jupiter's Nut Justicia adhatoda K Kadsura Fruit Kadsura japonica Kalmia latifolia KAMALA 67i 58 9 G-15. 561 G-19. 443 ^. 361 G-15. 528 442 442 442 443 G-15.ALPHABETICAL INDEX Ipomoea Ipomoea hederacea Ipomoea orizabensis Ipomoea purga IPORURU KEIRI /I-23 514 523 514 G-15.. .. 443 Kava Kava Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 443 Kava Kava Premium Extract Capsules (Futurebiotics) 443 Kava Kava Root Capsules (Frontier. 436 Jalap {Ipomoea orizabensis) . Celestial Seasonings.

733 G-15. National Vitamin) . 800 G-3. 248 G-25. 96 128 595 595 G-11. 386 Key Flower 231 Key of Heaven 231 Kharbagehindi 589 KHAT (Catha edulis) Khella Khella Fruits Kid Chamomile Liquid (Nature's Answer) Kidney Bean Kidney Vetch Kidney wort Kif Kingcups Kings and Queens King's Clover King's Crown King's Cup King's Cure King's Cureall (Chimaphila umbellata) King's Cureall {Oenothera biennis) Kinnikinnick Kira Tablets (Lichtwer) Kiwach Klamath Weed Knautia arvensis Knee Holly Kneeholm Knight's Spur Knitback Knitborie Knob Grass Knob Root Knobweed Knotgrass Knotty Brake KNOTWEED 447 G-5. . 456 G-13. 214 26 G-17. 528 G-7. 457 Large Fennel G-11. 733 G-23. 214 G-IO. 212 G-23. 458 451 (Ledum latifolium) LABURNUM Larkspur Lion's Mouth Latherwort LAUREL 840 G-22. SI G-5. . 277 G-IO. 455 G-15. 453 (Laurus nobilis) Laurel Laurel Camphor Laurus nobilis Lavandula angustifolia Lavender LAVENDER COTTON G-15. 701 (Cytisus laburnum) . . 367 Lavose Lawsonia inermis Leather Bergenia Ledum latifolium Lemna minor LEMON G-ie. 327 Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract Tablets (Wakunaga) G-30. 459 G-IO.1-24 /KELP KELP KOMBE SEED PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES (Laminaria hyperborea) 446 (Strophanthus hispidus) 450 Kelp Tablets (Major. . 719 G-11. 65 G-9. G-15. 719 230 G-23. . 458 Lark's Toe G-15. 493 Konsyl Easy Mix (Konsyl) 612 Konsyl for Kids (Konsyl) 612 Konsyl Powder Sugar Free (Konsyl) 612 Kooso 450 Korean Ginseng 346 Korean Ginseng Capsules (Herbal Harvest) 346 Korean Ginseng Extract Capsules (Humco) 346 Korean Ginseng Root Capsules (Frontier. 132 G-IS. 454 G-17. 212 G-9. 391 268 451 G-IO. . .346 Korean White Ginseng Capsules (Humco) 346 Kosso 450 KOUSSO Lady's Purse Lady's Seals Lady's Slipper Ladysmock Lamb Mint (Mentha piperita) Lamb Mint (Mentha spicata) Lambkill Lamb's Quarters Lamb's Toes Lamb's Tongue Laminaria Laminaria hyperborea Lamium album Lancea Land Whin Langwort Lappa LARCH G-22. 302 Large-Leaved Germander . 128 (Hagenia abyssinica) 450 Krameria Root 64i Krameria triandra 641 Kwai Garlic Tablets (Lichtwer) G-29. 460 G-ie. 703 541 46 G-19. 459 G-IS. G-15. 457 Lark Heel G-IS. Nature's Herbs) . . 744 G-S. . 298 G-25. 709 G-IS. 482 G-14. 458 LARKSPUR LABRADOR TEA (Delphinium consolida) . 500 G-17. Lactuca virosa LACTUCARIUM 452 . Mason Vitamins. 733 G-23. 277 (Lactuca virosa) Ladder-to-Heaven Ladies Fingers Ladies' Glove Ladies Seal Lady Bleeding LADY FERN 453 G-ie. 690 G-22. . 713 G-19. 448 205 736 LADY'S MANTLE (Polygonum aviculare) Kola Tree Kombe (Alchemilla vulgaris) Lady's Nightcap (Citrus limon) 460 . 258 (Athyrium filix-femina) Lady of the Meadow LADY'S BEDSTRAW (Galium verum) . 585 G-7. 311 KeX G-13. 826 Larix decidua G-15. G-15. . 458 G-9.. . SI 331 G-4. 143 G-15. . 475 G-9. 22 (Santolina chamaecyparissias) . 1 2 2 Kelpware 106 Kelp-Ware 106 Kernelwort G-11. 528 G-4. 806 706 G-23. G-26. 779 G-29. 214 24 446 446 G-25. 327 (Larix decidua) G-15. 310 G-7. 511 G-15.448 G-17. 132 G-7. 458 Lark's Claw G-15. 580 G-23. . 503 46 G-24. 74 G-9.

. 481 726 (Tilia species) G-16. . 313 Linum catharticum 526 Linum usitatissimum G-12. . . 503 578 G-ie. G-ie..G-16. . . 151 G-7. 481 G-20. Nature's Way. 476 G-16. 620 122 399 . 316 453 827 . sei Liverleaf 26 Liverweed 26 Liverwort (Agrimonia eupatoria) G-3. 248 Lion's Tail G-18. 411 Liver Lily G-19. 620 G-19. 588 46 (Aloysia triphylla) Lemon Walnut LEMONGRASS 463 134 (Cymbopogon citratus) Lemon-Scented Verbena LEMON-WOOD . Nature's Bounty. 477 G-16. 483 484 . 245 Liquid Amber G-23. 151 Lycium chinense 486 Lycoperdon species 618 Lycopersicon esculentum . 711 Ling G-13. 468 312 657 G-ie. 734 Liquidambar orientalis G-23. . 477 (Levisticum officinale) . 756 G-20. 766 Lycopodium clavatum 196 Lycopus virginicus G-6. 524 Lion's Foot G-IS.G-16. 313 Linum-20 Capsules (Key Co. 383 Linn Flowers G-16. 524 Lion's Tooth G-9. 465 463 (Convallaria majalis) G-16. 313 Lion's Ear G-18. . 476 460 840 (Lysimachia vulgaris) Loosestrife Lophophora williamsii Lords and Ladies LOTUS (Nelumbo nucifera) Lousewort LOVAGE (Schisandra sphenanthera) Lemonwood Lent Lily Lentisk Leontopodium Leonurus cardiaca Leonurus japonicus Leopard's Bane Leopard's Foot Lepidium sativum Leptandra virginica LESSER CELANDINE . 477 Linseed G-12. .) . 22 G-3.G-16. 503 G-12. G-24. 10 Liverwort (Hepatica nobilis) 26 Lizzy-Run-up-the-Hedge 372 Lobaria pulmonaria 484 LOBELIA G-24. 734 Liriodendron tulipifera 774 Lithospermum erytrorhizon 619 Little Dragon G-12. . 524 183 41 G-17. Sundown) 469 Life Everlasting G-8. 456 G-18. 766 595 G-7. LUNGMOSS (Lobaria pulmonaria) LUNGWORT (Pulmonaria officinalis) Lungwort Lupinus luteus Lurk-in-the-Ditch Lustwort Lycium barbarum LYCIUM BARK 485 484 839 579 740 487 486 487 (Lycium chinense) LYCIUM BERRIES (Lycium barbarum) (Lobelia inflata) Lobelia inflata Locust Bean Locust Pods G-16. 126 Lynae Ginse-Cool Chewable Tablets (Boscogen) 346 .ALPHABETICAL INDEX LEMON BALM LYNAE GINSE-COOL CHEWABLE TABLETS /1-25 Life Root (Senecio aureus) Life Root {Senecio nemorensis) Lignum Vitae Lilium candidum Lilium martagon Lily Constancy LILY-OF-THE-VALLEY 354 21 375 804 506 G-16. 475 (Melissa officinalis) LEMON VERBENA G-16. 482 G-17. 483 G-16. . 326 104 LIME (Citrus aurantifolia) Lime Limette Limon Linaria vulgaris LINDEN G-16. 22 193 562 G-3.G-16. . 313 Lint Bells G-12. 12 (Luffa aegyptica) Luff a aegyptica G-16. 469 (Alpinia officinarum) Lesser Hemlock Lettuce Opium Levant LEVANT COTTON (Gossypium herbaceum) Levant Nut Levant Salep Levisticum officinale Liatris spicata Lichwort LICORICE (Glycyrrhiza glabra) Licorice Capsules (Mason Vitamins) 469 Licorice Liquid (McZand) 469 Licorice Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 469 Licorice Root Capsules (Frontier. 162 Life of Man G-23. 254 467 G-12. sos G-15. . 464 669 243 G-17. 475 G-16. 482 Love Apple Love in Winter Love Leaves Love-Lies-Bleeding Lovely Bleeding Love-Man Low Balm Lucerne LUFFA (Ranunculus ficaria) Lesser Dodder LESSER GALANGAL 466 G-10. 479 G-7. 479 G-16. 456 Lion's Mouth G-10. 320 Little Pollom ss Liveforever G-14. 461 LOGWOOD (Haematoxylon campechianum) Lolium temulentum Long Purples Long-Bladder Kelp Lonicera caprifolium LOOSESTRIFE 480 G-24. Major. 128 G-3.

741 G-17. . . 401 G-14. 496 G-17. G-17.G-17. 573 218 572 696 804 G-17. 398 G-14. 500 G-14. 510 231 G-19. Nature's Herbs) . 492 424 (Caltha palustris) Marsh Marsh Marsh Marsh Mint Penny Stachys Tea (Dryopteris filix-mas) . 206 G-9. 508 G-17. 508 509 G-12. G-17. 545 G-23. 395 Male Shield Fern Mallaguetta Pepper Mallards Mallotus philippinensis Mallow MARSHMALLOW (Althaea officinalis) (Filipendula ulmaria) Malus domestica Malva Flowers Malva sylvestris Mamaeire G-4. 511 Meadsweet G-17. 396 G-17. . 455 224 (Liatris spicata) Marsh Clover MARSH MARIGOLD G-17. 493 G-13. 565 Marshmallow Root Capsules (Frontier. 709 424 122 G-15. 503 G-26. 37 G-14. 495 MANDRAKE G-17. 497 G-17. . 395 G-20. 497 G-23. 779 Medicago sativa G-3. G-22. 510 G-17. 497 594 G-24. 12 Mega Primrose Oil Capsules (Twinlab) 298 . 13 Mad-Dog Weed {Scutellaria lateriflora) . 331 423 563 563 G-14. G-17. . 271 (Mandragora officinarum) Mandrake G-17. 520 Lysimachia vulgaris G-16. 620 M Mace Mackerel Mint Macochihua Macrocystis pyrifera Mad-Apple MADDER MANACA PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Mary Bud Mary Gowles Marybud Maryland Pink Master of the Wood MASTERWORT (Brunfelsia hopeana) 494 G-18. . 516 (Pistacia lentiscus) MATE (Rubia tinctorum) (Ilex paraguariensis) MATICO G-16. . . 503 G-17. 496 641 43 43 729 G-17.520 G-9.505 Marshmallow Root Liquid (Nature's Answer) 505 MARTAGON (Lilium martagon) 506 Meadow-Wort G-17. 475 G-16. 436 Manchurian Ginseng Capsules (Nature's Bounty) 346 Manchurian Ginseng Tablets (Nature's Bounty) 346 Mandragora G-17. 4 9 0 MANNA Madder Whole Root Liquid (Herb Pharm) 490 Mad-Dog Weed (Alisma plantago-aquatica) G-3. 110 G-17. . 359 832 451 505 (Justicia adhatoda) Malan MALE FERN G-17. 495 Mandragora officinarum . 475 G-5. 497 G-17. . 813 G-13. 511 (Podophyllum peltatum) Mayflower Maypop Maytenus ilicifolia Meadow Anemone Meadow Cabbage Meadow Lily Meadow Queen Meadow Routs Meadow Runagates Meadow Saffran Meadow Saffron Meadowbloom {Ranunculus acris) Meadowbloom (Ranunculus bulbosus) MEADOWSWEET (Ephedra sinica) Maiden Fern MAIDENHAIR (Cannabis sativa) Marrubium Marrubium vulgare Marsdenia condurango MARSH BLAZING STAR (Adiantum capillus-veneris) 491 Maidenhair-Tree Maid's Hair Maize MALABAR NUT G-12. 493 563 G-17. 206 133 128 . . 678 Madonna Lily 804 Madweed G-22. 481 Lythrum G-20. 609 G-10. 342 G-IS. 751 (Peucedanum ostruthium) Masterwort MASTIC TREE 507 G-14. 401 216 May Bells May Lily May Rose MAYAPPLE G-16. 620 Lythrum salicaria G-20.G-17. 493 G-17. .1-26/LYSIMACHIA NUMMULARIA Lysimachia nummularia . . 503 G-e. 678 MAGNOLIA (Fraxinus ornus) Manna Ash Mapato Maranta Maranta arundinacea Marcory Marginal Fern Marguerite Marian Thistle MARIGOLD (Piper elongatum) Matricaria recutita Matto Grosso Maudlin Daisy Maudlinwort Mauls Mawseed May (Magnolia glauca) 490 Magnolia glauca Mahonia aquifolium MA-HUANG 490 G-18. G-17.511 G-17.1 4 . 96 . 527 G-ie. 511 Mealberry G-25. 495 G-17. 39s G-19. 362 505 442 G .. 488 491 (Calendula officinalis) Marigold of Peru MARIJUANA .

362 G-24. 125 G . . 306 G-14. 97 G-13.G-18. 690 G-18. I S S MEZEREON Milk Thistle Capsules (Major. . 74 (Aconitum napellus) Mood Support Capsules (Natrol) Moon Daisy Moon Flower Moon Penny . 110 G-20. 828 Mexican Wild Yam Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 817 Mexican Wild Yam Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . 291 Mitrewort G-9. 219 Moccasin Flower 541 Monarda didyma 562 Monarda Lutea 407 Monarda punctata 407 MONEYWORT Moonflower Moor Grass Morinda citrifolia Moringa oleifera MORNING GLORY G-6. 391 G-26. 513 MILK THISTLE (Silybum marianum) G-17. 516 Milk Thistle Extract Capsules (Humco) 516 Milk Thistle Extract Liquid (Rainbow Light) sie Milk Thistle Liquid (McZand) sie Milk Thistle Phytosome Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . Naturalife. McZand. Nature's Resource) sie Milk Thistle SuperComplex Tablets (Rainbow Light) 5ie Milk Willow-Herb G-20. . 528 G-18. 516 (Mercurialis annua) Mescal Buttons Metamucil (Procter & Gamble) Mexican Jalap MEXICAN SCAMMONY ROOT G-17. .516 Milk Thistle Plus Tablets (Rainbow Light) sie Milk Thistle Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs. 527 G-4. 125 G-e. . Perrigo) . . 528 138 562 G-19. 709 G-6. 461 G-19. 779 695 G-8.ALPHABETICAL INDEX Mehndi Melaleuca alternifolia Melaleuca leucadendra Melaleucea viridiflora Melampode Melegueta Pepper Melilot Melilotus officinalis Melissa Melissa Lemon Balm Herb Capsules (Nature's Way) Melissa officinalis Melon Tree Membranous Milk Vetch Mendee Mengkudu Mentha aquatica Mentha arvensis piperascens Mentha longifolia Mentha piperita Mentha pulegium Mentha spicata Menyanthes trifoliata . 162 (Ipomoea hederacea) Mortification Root Morus nigra Mosquito Plant Mother of Rye Mother of Thyme Mother's Heart MOTHERWORT (Leonurus cardiaca) MOUNTAIN ASH BERRY (Sorbus aucuparia) MOUNTAIN AVENS (Dryas octopetala) Mountain Balm (Calamintha nepetd) Mountain Balm (Eriodictyon californicum) Mountain Balm (Monarda didyma) Mountain Box Mountain Cranberry Mountain Damson Mountain Everlasting MOUNTAIN FLAX (Linum catharticum) Mountain Flax MOUNTAIN GRAPE 526 683 . 744 G-24. 744 G-16. .817 Mexico Seed G-7. Mercurialis annua MERCURY HERB MOUNTAIN TOBACCO / I . 779 G-25. 565 54 G-14. 833 418 G-4. 5ie Milk Thistle Complex Capsules (Rexall Consumer) G-30. 521 719 563 563 563 Mountain Mint (Calamintha nepetd) Mountain Mint (Monarda didyma) Mountain Mint (Origanum vulgare) Mountain Pink Mountain Radish Mountain Strawberry Mountain Tea Mountain Tobacco (Daphne mezereum) Middle Comfrey Middle Confound Midsummer Daisy Mignonette Tree Milfoil Milk Ipecac (Apocynum cannabinum) Milk Ipecac (Trillium erectum) G-17. . . ei G-18. 544 67 523 505 99 579 280 G-26. 588 G-30. 110 G-17. 544 G-26. 735 820 41 (Mahonia aquifolium) Mountain Grape Mountain Ivy (Lysimachia nummularia) Monkey Flower (Cypripedium calceolus) Monkey Flower (Linaria vulgaris) Monkey Nuts MONKSHOOD G-17. . Mason Vitamins.2 7 G-i4. 431 G-10. 620 Milkweed 418 Milkwort 683 Mill Mountain (Calamintha nepetd) 138 Mill Mountain (Linum catharticum) 526 Mistletoe G-11. 813 . . . 513 G-19. . 524 G-18. . Nature's Bounty. . . S I S G-22. 391 G-18. . 559 768 G-14. 461 461 G-16. 515 G-6. 408 G-23. . 520 MOUNTAIN LAUREL (Kalmia latifolia) 541 840 575 G-i8. 84i 562 G-25.I I . 391 757 G-7. 610 G-18. 580 579 G-23. 612 514 (Ipomoea orizabensis) 514 Mexican Tea G-26. . 275 G-19. . . 525 526 138 .. 136 542 G-5.

544 (Zanthoxylum americanum) Norway Pine Norway Spruce Nose Bleed NUTMEG . . .729 Nettle Liquid (McZand) 729 Nettle Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 729 New Energy Capsules (Advanced Nutritional) 313 NEW JERSEY TEA (Ceanothus americanus) Niando NIAULI 541 424 542 253 G-24. 561 G-7. . 764 MYRRH (Antelaea azadirachta) Neem Capsules (Nature's Way) Nelumbo nucifera NEPALESE CARDAMOM . . 448 541 G-15. 386 Mustard G-25. . .543 majus) G-18. 459 Muskseed 533 Musquash Root G-13. . 475 G-i8. 545 (Commiphora molmol) Myrrh Commiphora Oil (Aura Cacia) . 69 G-4.1-28 /MOUNTAIN-SWEET PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Mountain-Sweet MOUSE EAR 541 529 236 G-IS. . Navy Bean Neckweed NEEM . 705 Myrica cerifera G-22. . . 298 (Melaleucea viridiflora) G-9. 545 714 714 G-26. . 316 Myrica G-22. 555 G-5. . . . 539 G-15. 521 215 358 (Pilosella officinarum) Mouse Ear Mousebane Mousetail Mouth Root Myrrh Gum Liquid (Nature's Answer) Myrrhis odorata MYRTLE 534 G-24. 291 Nettle Leaf Capsules (Frontier. 342 . 705 Myrica gale G-24. 121 G-30. 456 G-15. 88 G-4. 536 G . 534 534 NuVeg Black Cohosh Root Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 92 NuVeg Eyebright Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 300 NuVeg Feverfew Leaf Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . .H . 530 G-12. 86 541 43 G-23. 729 729 729 (Morinda citrifolia) NORTHERN PRICKLY ASH G-IS. . 138 G-19. 320 olacoides) Myrtle Flag Myrtle Flower Myrtle Sedge Myrtus Chekan Myrtus communis Mystyldene N Naked Ladies Narcissus pseudonarcissus Nard Nardostachys jatamansi Narrow-Leaved Echinacea NASTURTIUM G-7. . 481 540 G-S. . . . 545 Myrobalan 772 Myroxylon balsamum G-24. 74 253 G-IS. 536 Mouth-Smart Movana Tablets (Pharmaton) Mu Tong Mucuna pruriens Mudar Bark Mudar Yercum Muguet MUGWORT G-6. . . 532 532 532 597 G-23.G-IS.G-IS. . . . 738 (Abelmoschus moschatus) 533 Nasturtium officinale Natural Ginkgo Biloba Tablets (Nature's Bounty) Natural Honey & Calendula Moisturizer for Extra Dry Skin (Kiss My Face) Nature's Root Nighttime Tablets (Nature's Way) Naughty Man's Cherries . 743 (Myrtus communis) G-18. 436 G-5. . Nature's Herbs) . 206 243 433 433 433 Nichol Seeds Nicotiana tabacum Niggerhead Night Willow-Herb NIGHT-BLOOMING CEREUS (Artemisia vulgaris) Mugwort MUIRA-PUAMA (Selenicereus grandiflorus) .342 497 783 G-4. . . 762 261 G-11. 833 (Amomum aromaticum) Nepeta cataria Nerium oleander Neroli NERVE ROOT (Cypripedium calceolus) Netchweed Nettle Nettle Capsules (McZand) Nettle Herb Capsules (Nature's Way) (Myristica fragrans) G-IS. 745 Myristica fragrans . 65 G-6. . sos Mutton Chops 193 Mu-Xiang 227 Mygrafew Tablets (Nature's Way) 306 Myosotis arvensis G-12. 121 Nightshade (Datura stramonium) Nightshade (Solanum dulcamara) Nightshade (Trillium erectum) Nikkar Nuts Nim Nine Hooks Ninety-Knot Noah's Ark Noble Laurel NONI G-15. . G-IS. 164 G-19. 719 189 230 141 141 G-16. 539 539 G-16. 13s 178 G-18. 537 798 (Ptychopetalwn MULLEIN 531 (Tropaeolum (Verbascum densiflorum) Mullein Leaf Liquid (Frontier) Mullein Leaves Liquid (Nature's Way) Musa paradisiaca Musk Root MUSKMALLOW . 3 0 6 NuVeg Ginkgo Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) .G-IS.

1 8 . 556 One Berry G-14. 321 Old Man's Beard (Usnea species) 778 Old Man's Night Cap G-13. 367 Old Man's Pepper G-26. 719 ONION (Thuja orientalis) Oriental Ginseng Oriental Sesame Origano Origanum majorana Origanum vulgare Original Primrose for Women Capsules (Naturalife) ORRIS 560 346 688 G-19. . 547 G-3. 92 One-A-Day Prostate Health Capsules (Bayer) G-29. 5 5 1 Oatstraw Liquid (McZand) 551 Ocimum basilicum G-4. 122 Paddock-Pipes G-14. G-18. . 89 104 827 G-3. . . 392 One-A-Day Cholesterol Health Tablets (Bayer) . G-12. 549 G-IS. . 709 G-IS. 796 Oenanthe crocata 795 Oenothera biennis 0-11. 747 Orange Milkweed G-20. 295 PAGODA TREE (Sophora japonica) Pale Coneflower Pale Gentian Pale Mara Pali-Mara 564 261 836 305 305 (Origanum vulgare) Oregon Barberry G-19. G-29. 56i 434 G-21. 256 G-S. . 764 Opossum Tree G-23. 158 OILSEED RAPE (Brassica napus) G-19. . 5 (Iris species) Orthosiphon spicatus Oryza sativa Osier Osterick OSWEGO TEA (Monarda didyma) Our Lady's Flannel Our Lady's Keys Our Lady's Mint Our Lady's Tears Owler Oxadoddy Oxalis acetosella Ox-Eye OX-EYE DAISY (Allium cepa) Ononis spinosa Onopordum acanthium Ophioglossum vulgatum OPIUM ANTIDOTE G-19. . . 713 G-22. . 475 G-5. 527 . . 327 One-A-Day Memory & Concentration Tablets (Bayer) G-29. . . 556 (Strychnos nux vomica) Nymphaea odorata . 527 Oregon Grape Liquid (Herb Pharm) 527 Oregon Grape Root Liquid (Nature's Answer) 527 ORIENTAL ARBORVITAE (Olea europaea) OAK (Quercus robur) Oak Fern OAK GALL G-18. . . 746 G-19. G-24. 531 Oatstraw Capsules (McZand) .ALPHABETICAL INDEX PALI-MARA / I . . 64 Oderwort G-S. . 261 One-A-Day Garlic Capsules (Bayer) G-29. .2 9 NuVeg Red Clover Combination Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 633 NuVeg Valerian Root Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . 61 Oregon Grape (Mahonia aquifolium) . G-29. 532 231 G-23. 643 G-IO. 734 Oraches 43 Orange (Citrus aurantium) .585 Pacific Kelp Tablets (Freeda) . G-5. . 612 Oil Nut 134 Olive Leaf Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 556 Olivier G-19. Mason Vitamins. 28 OLIVE Oregon Grape (Berberis vulgaris) G-4. 555 319 G-19. G-19. . 409 Paeonia officinalis . 559 298 G-19. 598 Orchid 657 Orchis species 657 Ordeal Bean 137 OREGANO (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum) 563 P P. 342 One-A-Day Menopause Health Tablets (Bayer) . 559 G-IS. 678 269 (Combretum micranthum) 559 Oil of Evening Primrose Capsules (Health Products) . G-11. . . Nature's Bounty) Oatmeal OATS 551 G . 454 550 484 551 (Quercus infectoria) Oak Lungs Oat Bran Chewable Tablets (National Vitamin) Oat Bran Tablets (Major. . 86 Orange (Citrus sinensis) . 559 G-24. 355 Orange Swallow-Wort G-20. G-18. 556 (Nerium oleander) Olibanum G-19. 82 562 G-18. 701 Old Man's Beard (Chionanthus virginicus) . 783 NUX VOMICA Old Man's Root Olea europaea OLEANDER G-23. 554 Oilseed Turnip sie Okra 533 Old Maids' Pink G-22. 609 Opobalsam G-24. . 557 G-23. 598 Orange Root G-13. . 711 G-19. 327 One-A-Day Cold Season Tablets (Bayer) G-29. 82 Odorless Garlic Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 327 Oenanthe aquatica G-25. 833 Opium Poppy G-20. 551 (Avena sativa) G-IS. 298 Ofbit G-20. Vulgaris \ . 664 One-A-Day Tension & Mood Tablets (Bayer) G-29. . 298 Oil Plant G-7.

103 Pepper-and-Salt G-22. . 567 Parsley Breakstone Parsley Fern Parsley Herb Capsules (Nature's Way) Parsley Leaf Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 570 G-24. 101 G-23. 128 G-IS. 612 G-29. 690 PEPPERMINT (Mentha piperita) Perdiem Fiber Therapy (Novartis Consumer) Perdiem Overnight Relief (Novartis Consumer) Pereira Brava PERILLA G-19. 295 Pepper Bark (Drimys winteri) . 711 G-IS. 136 Papoose Root 109 Paprika G-8. 317 G-s. 409 566 578 G-14. 575 G-19. . 392 G-4. Rugby) 565 Paperbark Tree G-7. . 573 PENNYROYAL G-19. 573 231 G-19. 567 G-19. G-19. 624 Panax ginseng 346 Panax Ginseng Capsules (Celestial Seasonings) 346 Papaver rhoeas 223 Papaver somniferum G-20. Marlex) . 436 G-24. 82 699 G-7. 567 G-12. 580 (Pulsatilla pratensis) G-19. 455 231 G-23. 820 Pepper Bark (Piper nigrum) G-6. 565 Papaya Coated Tablets (Marlex) 565 Papaya Digestive Enzyme Tablet (Apothecary) 565 Papaya Enzyme Double Strength Tablet (Rexall Consumer) 565 Papaya Enzyme Tablet (National Vitamin. 503 Palsywort 231 Panama Bark G-20. 764 G-20. 585 G-19. 571 G-19. 74 (Arachis hypogaea) PEAR (Pyrus communis) Pearl Barley Pedlar's Basket Peggie PELLITORY (Petroselinum crispum) . 82 840 108 376 376 843 108 452 480 231 575 577 G-4. 573 Passion Flower Capsules (Frontier) Passion Vine Password Pastinaca sativa PATCHOULI (Perilla fructescens) 573 G-19. . .G-19. 63 840 231 Perilla fructescens PERIWINKLE 583 583 584 57 G-19. 567 G-7. 754 567 567 (Anacyclus Pyrethrum) Pellitory of Spain PELLITORY-OF-THE-WALL 577 577 578 (Parietaria officinalis) . 112 G-14. 565 Pasque Flower Passe Flower Passerina Passiflora incarnata PASSION FLOWER (Carica papaya) G-29. 684 566 Papaya Chewable Tablets (Health Products. 609 PapaW G-19. 585 ess G-19. 713 507 G-6.T. Rexall Consumer) 565 Papaya Enzyme with Papain Tablet (Mason Vitamins) 565 Papaya Tablets (Freeda. . 575 G-5. ies Paraguay Tea G-17. 571 46 G-3. 626 197 139 139 (Vinca minor) Persea americana Persely Persian Berries Persicaria bistorta Persicaria hydropiper Personata Peru-Apple Peruvian Balsam Peruvian Bark Peruvian Coca Peruvian Mastix Tree Peruvian Pepper Tree PETASITES (Pogostemon cablin) Patchouly Patience Dock Pattens and Clogs Paucon Paullinia Paullinia cupana Pausinystalia yohimbe Pauson Pea Tree Peachwood Peagles PEANUT (Chondrodendron tomentosum) Parietaria officinalis Paris quadrifolia Pariswort PARSLEY (Petasites hybridus) Petasites hybridus Peter's Cress Petersylinge Petroselinum crispum Pettigree Petty Morel Petty Morell Petty Mugget Petty Mulleins Petty Whin Peucedanum ostruthium Peumus boldus Pewterwort G-19.508 Paraguaya 160 PAREIRA (Passiflora incarnata) . 26 820 572 824 572 180 G-19. 588 (Mentha pulegium) 579 (Aphanes arvensis) PARSNIP (Pastinaca sativa) Parson and Clerk Parthenocissus quinquefolia Partridge Berry PASQUE FLOWER Pennywort 840 Peony 0-11.1-30 /PALMA CHRISTI Palma Christi G-7. 158 Palmers Aloe Vera Formula Cream (E. 565 PAPAYA PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Parsley Leaf Liquid (Nature's Answer) Parsley Piercestone PARSLEY PIERT Pellote 567 570 570 G-19. Browne) 16 Palsy Root G-17. . 132 G-6. . Major. .

602 'igeon's Grass G-25. 103 G-4. . 599 599 (Rhododendron ponticum) PoolrOOt G-19. 591 G-3. 128 G-3. . 361 'igweed (Polygonum aviculare) . 645 G-21. Polemonium reptans POLEY (Musa paradisiaca) Plantain (Plantago afra) . . 809 G-IO. 508 (Tsuga canadensis) Pinus species Piper Piper betle Piper cubeba Piper elongatum Piper methysticum Piper nigrum Pipperidge PIPSISSEWA (Ranunculus sceleratus) Poisonous Gum-Thistle POKE . . . . eie G-11. 386 G-13. 598 (Punica granatum) PONTIAN RHODODENDRON G-20. . . 646 menta 590 Imenta racemosa 590 MENTO (Phytolacca americana) (Chimaphila umbellata) Piscidia piscipula Pistacia lentiscus PITCHER PLANT (Sarracenia purpurea) . 594 G-22. 575 494 G-12. 238 [lot Weed G-21. 448 'igweed (Aegopodium podagraria) G-13. 674 (Ananas comosus) 593 G-11. 602 375 G-17. 389 600 G-6.G-19. 602 G-20. eie Plantain (Plantago lanceolata) . 22 ilewort (Ranunculus bulbosus) 128 ilewort (Ranunculus ficaria) . Polar Plant (Silphium laciniatum) . . . 690 622 (Spigelia marilandica) Pink Root Pinto Bean PINUS BARK 594 831 G-4. 510 G-15. G-15. 10 G-25. 602 G-21. 605 . 788 'ig-Rush G-15. Polar Plant (Silphium perfoliatum) . 321 G-4. 3 603 (Picrorhiza kurroa) 589 °icrorhiza kurroa 589 'ierce-Stone 658 'igeon Berry G-20.. 606 296 (Pimenta mpernell racemosa) 590 (Plumbago zeylanica) . 602 G-20. 588 G-4.. G-20. 6i 595 428 G-17. 65 G-19. 56i 600 453 G-18. . 788 'igeonweed G-25. 602 G-20. 386 G-14. .ALPHABETICAL INDEX PEYOTE PIMPINELLA POOLROOT/I-31 Plumrocks Pocan Pockwood Podophyllum peltatum Poet's Jasmine Pogostemon cablin Pohl Poison Ash Poison Black Cherry Poison Flag POISON IVY (Lophophora williamsii) Phaseolus vulgaris Pheasant's Eye Philanthropium Philanthropos Philtron Phoenix dactylifera Phragmites communis Phyllanthus amarus Physalis alkekengi Physic R c o t . 646 G-9. 427 G-3. 69 G-19. .. . PINK ROOT (Rhus toxicodendron) Poison Lettuce Poison Nut Poison Oak Poison Parsley Poison Root Poison Snakeweed Poison Tobacco Poison Vine Poisonberry POISONOUS BUTTERCUP Physostigma venenosum Phyto Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) Phytolacca americana Phytolacca Berry Phytolacca Root p icea species i'ickaway Anise 3 ick-Pocket °icrasma excelsa MCRORHIZA 137 469 G-20. Polecatweed Polemonium caeruleum . 74 235 509 G-15. G-20. 278 612 597 Poke Berry Poke Root Pokeweed Polar Plant (Rosmarinus officinalis) . 601 716 . 386 G-13. 65 G-3. G-11. 448 igwood G-25. . G-15. 35 G-19. . . 596 Pix Liquida Plantago afra Plantago lanceolata Plantago ovata PLANTAIN G-22. 579 ilocarpus microphyllus . 295 117 231 G-20. 238 696 G-15. G-22. 101 Piney Pink Peppercorns . 674 G-20. . 547 600 G-13. 674 G-6. . 432 G-19. 425 ilosella officinarum 529 ilot Plant G-9. 5 G-7. 448 POMEGRANATE (Asclepias tuberosa) PLUMBAGO G-20. 278 Platycladus Orientalis 560 Platycodon grandiflorum 58 PLEURISY ROOT (Teucrium polium) Polygala amara 85 Polygala senega 683 Polygonatum multiflorum .591 I Plumbago zeylanica . 602 G-20. 103 G-4. G-20. 703 Polygonum aviculare G-IS. G-20. . 791 ilewort (Amaranthus hypochondriacus) G-3. 466 iliolerial . 246 639 91 G-26. 443 G-6. 38 G-22. 602 714 790 G-22. 819 104 (Pimpinella major) Pimpinella anisum Pimpinella major Pin Heads Pinang Pine Oils PINEAPPLE G-19. . . 331 G-4. 591 G-12. 602 G-20.

485 572 572 G-22. 697 G-20. 289 Poverty Weed 563 Power Herb Korean Ginseng Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . 791 G-7. 610 Potentilla anserina G-20. 610 Potentilla erecta G-8. 612 G-21.306 PREMORSE (Plantago ovata) Psyllium Husk Bulk-Forming Laxative Capsules (Nature's Way) Psyllium Husk Capsules (Nature's Herbs) Psyllium Husks Capsules (Yerba Prima) PSYLLIUM SEED 612 612 612 (Chrysanthemum cinerariifolium) Pyrethrum Pyrola rotundifolia Pyrus communis Q 621 577 647 577 (Plantago afra) G-20. 245 231 298 (Picrasma excelsa) Quassia Quassia amara Quassia Wood QUEBRACHO 622 G-3. 605 G-13. .. 607 Quanterra Emotional Balance (Warner-Lambert) G-30. 23 G-3. 144 G-9. G-20.304 Premium Feverfew Leaf Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . 809 . 607 G-20. 500 (Lythrum salicaria) Purple Medic Purple Medick Purple Medicle Purple Mulberry Purple Side-Saddle Flower Purple Turk's Cap Lily Purple Willow-Herb Purshiana Bark Pussywillow Putcha-Pat Pyrethre PYRETHRUM (Papaver somniferum) Populus species Portland Arrowroot Pot Pot Barley POTENTILLA G-4. .. . . 63 anserina) (Potentilla G-20. 238 Prairie Grub 790 Prayer Beads 435 Premium Blend Korean Ginseng Capsules (Futurebiotics) 346 Premium Blend Saw Palmetto Capsules (Futurebiotics) 664 Premium Cayenne Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 165 Premium Fenugreek Seed Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . 616 612 PURPLE GROMWELL (Lithospermum erytrorhizon) PURPLE LOOSESTRIFE 619 G-20. . 575 577 (Populus species) POPPYSEED . 479 579 G-16.. . 719 Quanterra Mental Sharpness Tablets (Warner-Lambert) G-30. 668 POPLAR PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Primula veris Prince's Feather Prince's Feathers Prince's Pine Proactive Saw Palmetto Capsules (Nature's Way) Promensil Tablets (Novogen) Prunella vulgaris Prunus dulcis Prunus laurocerasus Prunus serotina Prunus spinosa Psyllion Psyllios PSYLLIUM 231 G-3. 690 Poor Man's Treacle G-12. 547 Quaking Aspen G-20. 678 Quaker Button's G-18. 620 G-7.1-32 /POOR MAN'S PARMACETTIE Poor Man's Parmacettie . 616 Psyllium Seed Bulk-Forming Laxative Capsules (Nature's Way) 612 Ptelea trifoliata 790 Pterocarpus santalinus 635 Ptychopetalum olacoides 531 Public House Plant 48 Pudding Grass 579 Pudding Pipe Tree G-13. 633 G-22. G-22. 674 G-20.346 Prairie Dock G-9. 620 G-3. . 354 PUFF BALL (Scabiosa succisa) Premorse Scaboius Pretty Betsy Prick Madam Prickly Ash Prickly Ash AutumnHarvested Liquid (Health from the Sun) Prickly Box t Prickly Lettuce Prickwood Prideweed Priest's Crown Primrose Primrose Oil Capsules (Green Turtle Bay) G-20. 618 G-20. 23 (Cucurbita pepo) Punica granatum Purging Cassia Purging Flax Purple Clover Purple Coneflower (Aspidosperma bianco) Queen Ann's-Lace quebracho623 G-25. 610 595 664 G-29. 807 G-19. 607 46 G-17. . . 633 26i Quack Grass G-25. 153 G-25.. G-22. 179 810 G-22. 192 Potentilla reptans G-11. 22 G-20. . 639 215 545 (Lycoperdon species) Pukeweed Pulegium Pulmonaria officinalis Pulsatilla Pulsatilla pratensis Pumilio Pine PUMPKIN 618 G-16. 327 Poor Man's Weatherglass . 596 soe G-20. 12 G-3. 609 G-20. 23 G-3. 339 QUASSIA 545 487 453 G-25. 681 15 G-8. 616 G-20. 664 Quanterra Sleep (Warner-Lambert) G-30. 612 G-20. 12 99 G-20. 12 G-3. 461 Quanterra Stomach Comfort (Warner-Lambert) G-30. 771 Quaker 46 Quaker Bonnet G-22. 342 Quanterra Prostate (Warner-Lambert) G-30. 354 526 G-21.

630 435 G-22. 22 Red Cole G-14. 812 G-S. 634 (Phragmites communis) REHMANNIA Red Elder . 92 683 G-4. . 317 G-7. 633 Red Cockscomb G-3. 92 G-14. 602 Red Wine Extract Capsules (Sundown) 362 Redberry Leaves G-25. 629 G-20. 391 G-23. 153 64i 641 G-8. . eso (Krameria triandra) Rheum palmatum Rheumatism Root Rheumatism Weed Rhododendron ferrugineum Rhododendron ponticum (Rubus idaeus) Rati Rattle Pouches Rattle Snake Weed G-21. 602 RED-ROOTED SAGE (Salvia miltiorrhiza) Red-Rooted Salvia RED-SPUR VALERIAN 636 636 (Centranthus ruber) Reed REED HERB G-21. Nature's Way) G-21. 94 G-25. .G-11. 123 G-12. . G-S. eoi Rape G-19. 713 G-6. 690 261 630 . 394 Red Thyme Oil (Aura Cacia) . 554 Rape Seed G-19.G-17. 668 223 G-21. i e s G-22. 635 G-3. 82 RED MAPLE (Rehmannia glutinosa) Rehmannia glutinosa Remifemin Tablets (PhytoPharmica) Reseda Rest-Harrow Rhamnus catharticus Rhamnus frangula Rhamnus purshiana Rhatania RHATANY (Acer rubrum) Red Morocco Red Pepper Red Pimpernel Red Poppy Red Raspberry Red Raspberry Leaves Capsules (Frontier. . G-26. 734 Red Legs G-S. 511 729 550 106 G-18. 554 Raphanus raphanistrum .. . 185 G-26. . 96 Red Elm 697 Red Ginseng 636 Red Gum (Eucalyptus globulus) . 628 RASPBERRY (Ribes rubrum) G-21. 771 436 G-20. 814 Raphanus sativus G-20. 756 490 G-3. SI 7 595 eso eoe (Senecio jacobaea) Ragwort 354 Rainbow Weed G-20. 771 (Cinchona pubescens) (Bryonia cretica) Red Chickweed RED CLOVER 632 G-22. G-23. 283 Red Gum (Liquidambar orientalis) . 626 G-5. 624 G-20. . 510 G-20. 123 Ranunculus acris 133 Ranunculus bulbosus 128 Ranunculus ficaria 466 Ranunculus sceleratus G-20. 408 Red Couchgrass 336 RED CURRANT Red Sanderswood 635 Red Saunders 635 Red Sedge 336 Red Sorrel G-14. 74 24 G-S. 5 G-8.. 668 G-21. 20 (Quillaja saponaria) Quillaja Bark Quillaja saponaria QUINCE (Rauwolfia serpentina) Rauwolfia serpentina Ray-Grass Red Bay Red Bilberry RED BRYONY Red Raspberry Leaves Glycerine Extract Liquid (Nature's Way) Red Raspberry Liquid (McZand) Red Robin Red Root (Ceanothus americanus) Red Root (Sanguinaria canadensis) Red Rot RED SANDALWOOD 630 630 G-15.633 Red Clover Herb Capsules (Frontier) 633 Red Clover Herbal Capsules (Apothecary) 633 Red Clover Liquid (McZand) . 532 G-9. 633 Quinsy Berries Quitch Grass (Trifolium pratense) Rabbits Raccoon Berry RADISH 840 . 639 639 639 640 640 G-30.ALPHABETICAL INDEX Queen of the Meadow Queen's Delight Quercus infectoria Quercus Marina Quercus robur Quickgrass Quick-in-the-Hand Quillai QUILLAJA RHODODENDRON PONTICUM /1-33 G-17. 448 541 108 740 635 (Pterocarpus santalinus) (Cydonia oblongata) QUININE 625 G-20. 620 Ramp 46 Ramsons 66 Ramsted 840 Ramsthorn G-6. 779 Red-Ink Plant G-20. 624 . Rattlebush Rattleroot Rattlesnake Root (Polygala senega) Rattlesnake Root (Trillium erectum) Rattlesnake Violet Rattleweed RAUWOLFIA G-26. 628 G-IS. 92 631 63i G-24. 624 G-20. 238 G-20. .76i Red Weed G-20. 624 G-20. 629 (Raphanus sativus) Rag Paper Ragged Cup Ragweed RAGWORT Red Clover Blossom Capsules (Nature's Bounty) . 549 G-25.

Roselle ROSEMARY (Herniaria glabra) Ruscus aculeatus Russian Belladonna RUST-RED RHODODENDRON G-7.. 92 Richweed (Collinsonia canadensis) . 490 Robin-Run-in-the-Grass 193 Robin-Run-in-the-Hedge 372 Rock Brake G-IS. 634 G-11. 459 Roman Pellitory 577 Rosa canina G-10. 254 Rosa centifolia 644 ROSE (Pyrola rotundifolia) 647 Round-Leaved Hepatica Rowan Tree Royal Brittany Evening Primrose Oil Capsules (Nature's Bounty) Royal Jasmine Rubia tinctorum Rubus fruticosus Rubus idaeus Rubywood Rudbeckia Ruddes RUE 26 G-18. 648 810 705 795 835 579 G-17. G-23. . 104 G-21. 490 G-6. . 733 Ricinus communis G-7.. 779 G-21. 588 Sandarac Gum Tree 660 Sandberry G-25. 709 G-7. . 432 G-16. 620 G-25. 655 367 259 G-11. . 153 841 G-19. 680 657 G-9. G-5. 238 G-21. 520 G-21. 645 Sabal Sabline Rouge Saccharomyces cerevisiae Sacred Bark Sacred Herb Sacred Mushroom G-21. . 254 G-IS. (Nerium oleander) Rose Mallow Rose Pink Rose Willow Rose-a-Rubie Rosebay Rose-Colored Silkweed . . 653 G-25. 367 (Rosmarinus officinalis) . 454 Rock Parsley G-19. . 256 G-3. . 743 G-14. eso (Ruta graveolens) Rum Cherry Rumex acetosa Rumex aquaticus Rumex crispus Run-by-the-Ground Running Jenny RUPTUREWORT (Crithum maritimum) Sampier Sampson Root Sand Plantain Sand Sedge SANDALWOOD (Rosa centifolia) 644 429 G-26. 287 658 658 261 612 336 659 eeo (Silphium laciniatum) G-21. 59 636 G-21. 5 eso G-23. 643 Rosinweed Rosmarinus officinalis Rottlera Tinctoria ROUND-LEAFED WINTERGREEN (Salvia officinalis) Sage of Bethlehem Sagrada Bark Sahlep SALEP Richleaf G-23. . 174 G-IO. 94 G-21. 630 635 26i G-17. 690 Sanguis Draconis 257 Sanguisorba officinalis . 497 G-21. ISS 748 600 G-S. 555 G-14. 132 671 (Tetraclinis articulata) (Rhododendron ferrugineum) Ruta graveolens Rutland Beauty 650 G-21. . 525 (Orchis species) Salicaire Salicin Willow Salix species Sallow Thorn SaloOp Salsify Salt-Rheum Weed Salvia miltiorrhiza Salvia officinalis Salvia triloba Sambucus ebulus Sambucus nigra SAMPHIRE 298 G-15. 212 G-4. 278 Rosemary Leaf Liquid (Nature's Answer) Rosenoble Rosin Weed ROSINWEED SAFFLOWER 645 G-11. 153 657 657 G-20. 158 Ringworm Powder 352 Ripplegrass G-11.1-34/RHUBARB PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Rhubarb Rhus aromatica Rhus toxicodendron Ribes nigrum Ribes rubrum Ribgrass Ribwort RICE G-8. . . 645 442 . . 366 Sanicle 296 Sanicula europaea 296 Santalum album 659 . 528 G-19. 311 379 (Carthamus tinctorius) SAFFRON 652 (Crocus sativus) Sagackhomi G-21. 648 G-i3. 655 G-23. 96 G-IO. SAGE (Oryza sativa) G-21. 394 (Santalum album) SANDARAC Rose Apple Rose Bay Willow Herb . 818 G-5. 807 G-25. 664 39 118 G-7. 646 G-9. Rose Elder Rose Hip Rose Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) Rose Laurel. 398 G-8. 270 Roman Laurel G-IS. 321 Rockwrack 106 Roman Chamomile G-IO. .G-26. 779 Sanderswood 659 Sandwort 39 Sanguinaria 108 Sanguinaria canadensis 108 Sanguinary (Achillea millefolium) . 454 Rock Fern 491 Rock of Polypody G-15. 807 G-22. 733 Richweed (Cimicifuga racemosa) .G-21.. 278 Robbia G-16. 833 Sanguinary (Capsella bursa-pastoris) G-22. G-13. 278 G-11. 567 Rock-Rose G-12.

6 6 4 (Scopolia carniolica) Scopolia carniolica Scotch Barley SCOTCH BROOM Saw Palmetto Berries Capsules (Frontier. 311 Scrubby Grass G-22. 663 (Anagallis arvensis) Schinus molle Schinus terebinthifolius SCHISANDRA G-22. 679 Scutellaria lateriflora SEA BUCKTHORN G-22. 63 (Swertia japonica) Seneca SENECA SNAKEROOT 682 683 683 354 258 G-20. Herbal Harvest. Nature's Way) Saw Palmetto Berries Liquid (Nature's Answer) Saw Palmetto Capsules (ADH. 703 G-22. 629 21 374 683 (Polygala senega) Senecio Senecio Senecio Senecio Senecio Senega aureus bicolor jacobaea nemorensis vulgaris (Serenoa repens) G-21. 672 G-22. 460 827 G-22. 703 106 215 G-19. National Vitamin. Mason Vitamins. Nature's Herbs. 684 G-30. 596 (Smilax species) G-21. . Nature's Resource. 66i Sarsaparilla Root Capsules (Apothecary. Naturalife.I I . G-22. 254 Scaly Dragon's Claw 220 Scarlet Berry G-S. 662 G-17. 684 684 684 G-30. 678 Scouring Rush G-14. Nature's Bounty. 411 (Hippophae rhamnoides) Sea Fennel Sea Holly Sea Holme Sea Hulver Sea Kelp Sea Parsley Sea Sedge Sea Wormwood Sealroot Sealwort Seawrack Sedum acre Segg Selenicereus grandiflorus SELF-HEAL (Sassafras albidum) Sassafras albidum Sassafrax Satan's Apple Satin Flower Satureja hortensis Satyrion Saussurea Costus Saussurea costus Savin SAVIN TOPS G-21.664 Saw Palmetto Standardized Capsules (Rexall Consumer) G-30. 661 Sarsaparilla Capsules (ADH) . 411 Senior Ginkgo Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . . .A L P H A B E T I C A L INDEX SENOKOT GRANULES / 1 . 717 (Schisandra chinensis) Schisandra chinensis Schisandra sphenanthera Schloss Tea Scilla (Prunella vulgaris) Self-Heal Sempervivum tectorum SENBURI (Juniperus sabina) Savine Savory SAW PALMETTO G-21. 282 122 G-16.H . Major. 482 336 827 G-22. . 282 G . 409 Scratweed 193 Scrofula Plant G . 662 G-21. 495 iso G-23. 561 543 G-22. 680 658 G .G-22. . . G-22. . Cardinal. . 663 G-23. Natrol. Zenith Goldline) Saw Palmetto Extract Capsules (Humco) Saw Palmetto Liquid (McZand) 664 664 (Cytisus scoparius) Scotch Fir SCOTCH PINE G-22. 266 Scaldweed G-10. 678 . 663 G-21. 674 G-25.G-22. 591 Saxifrax G-21. 672 67i 67i 671 G-4. 602 38i G-22. 88 Scarlet Monarda 562 SCARLET PIMPERNEL SCURVY GRASS (Cochlearia officinalis) .I I .H . . McZand. Frontier) 66i SASSAFRAS Saw Palmetto Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) .3 5 Santolina chamaecyparissias Santonica Saponaria officinalis Sappan Sardian Nut Sarracenia purpurea SARSAPARILLA G-i6. 681 296 G-14. Bergen Brunswig. . 612 Scabish G . 684 (Scutellaria lateriflora) . . 664 Saxifrage G-19. Futurebiotics. 662 Scabiosa succisa G-20. 679 Scubby Trefoil 790 SCULLCAP (Cassia senna) Senna Extract Capsules (Nature's Herbs) Senna Leaf Capsules (Frontier) Senokot Childrens' Syrup (Purdue Frederick) Senokot Granules (Purdue Frederick) G-22. 342 SENNA 664 664 664 (Onopordum acanthium) . 739 Scoke Scolopendrium vulgare Scoparium Scopola SCOPOLIA G-20. 739 657 227 227 G-21. 701 635 708 G-20. 668 139 117 669 669 464 505 G-23. Celestial Seasonings. 662 G-21. 298 Scabwort G-10. . 674 Senega Snakeroot Seneka 683 683 (Pinus species) Scotch Quelch SCOTCH THISTLE G-22. PD-Rx. 282 G . 311 Scrophularia nodosa G-11.H . Rexall Consumer. 771 Sengreen G-14. 678 .

1-36 /SENOKOT TABLETS

PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES

Senokot Tablets (Purdue Frederick) G-30, 684 Senokot X (Purdue Frederick) . . 684 Senokot Xtra (Purdue Frederick) 684 Septfoil G-8, 192 Serenoa repens G-21, 664 Serpentaria G-17, 520 Serpent's Tongue (Erythronium americanum) 24 Serpent's Tongue (Ophioglossum vulgatum) 269 Serpyllum G-26, 815 Service Tree 704
SESAME

(Sesamum orientale) Sesamum orientale Setewale SetWall Seven Barks Shamrock Shan-Zhu-Yu Shave Grass Shavetail Grass Sheep Laurel Sheep Sorrel, Whole Flowering Plant Liquid (Herb Pharm) Sheep-Lice SheggS Shellflower Shepherd's Barometer Shepherd's Club Shepherd's Heart Shepherd's Knapperty Shepherd's Knot Shepherd's Needle
SHEPHERD'S PURSE

688 688 G-25, 783 G-25, 783 G-14, 413 827 51 G-14, 409 G-14, 409 G-18, 528

Siberian Ginseng Capsules (Nature's Way) . . .. 346 Siberian Ginseng Power Herb Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . . . .346 Siberian Ginseng Root Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . . . .346 Siberian Ginseng Tablets (Herbal Harvest) 346 Siberian Tea 268 Sicklewort (Ajuga reptans) . G-6, 125 Sicklewort (Prunella vulgaris) G-22, 681 Side-Saddle Plant G-20, 596 Silky Cornel G-10, 256 Silphium laciniatum G-21, 646 Silphium perfoliatum G-9, 238 Silver Bells G-5, 96 Silver Leaf 729 Silverweed (Impatiens biflora) 436 Silverweed (Potentilla anserina) G-20, 610 Silverweed Herb 526 Silybum marianum G-17, 516 Silymarin Capsules (Twinlab) . . . 516 Silymarin Milk Thistle Capsules (Nature's Bounty) . . 516
SIMARUBA

SLIPPERY ELM

(Ulmus rubra)

697

Slippery Elm Bark Capsules (Frontier) 697 Slippery Root G-9, 212
SLOE

(Prunus spinosa) Slough-Heal Small Hemlock Smallage Smallpox Plant Smallwort
SMARTWEED

G-22, 697 G-22, 681 G-12, 316 G-8, 172 G-20, 596 466 699 824 G-21, 661 G-14, 391 736 280 24 G-19, 56i 683 108 .G-4, 74 G-4, 59 48 G-5, 82 G-4, 65 840 G-26, 821 700 eso G-S, 96 700 G-12, 321 G-12, 321 G-20, 624 G-22, 701 G-20, 624 G-22, 701 . . .G-22, 701 G-5, 88 G-6, 101 G-20, 620 G-11, 278

(Persicaria hydropiper) Smell Fox Smilax species Smooth Lawsonia Smooth Strophanthus Smut Rye Snake Leaf Snake Lily Snake Root Snakebite (Sanguinaria canadensis) Snakebite (Trillium erectum) Snakehead Snakeroot Snakeweed Snap Bean Snapdragon Snapping Hazel
SNEEZEWORT

705 410 G-19, 561 G-4, 59 G-22, 668 G-18, 532 G-22, 690 G-S, 192 G-8, 192 G-24, 743 .G-22, 690 G-22, 690 G-22, 690 G-18, 532 G-26, 815

(Simaruba

amara)

695

(Capsella bursa-pastoris) Shepherd's Shepherd's Shepherd's Shepherd's (Barosma
SIAM BENZOIN

Simaruba amara Simmondsia chines Simpler's Joy Simson Sinapis alba Singer's Plant Sisymbrium officinale Sium sisarum Skewerwood
SKIRRET

is

695 G-15, 438 G-25, 788 374 G-25, sos 384 384 G-22, 696 G-25, 791

(Achillea ptarmica) Snow Rose Snowball Tree
SNOWDROP

(Galanthus nivalis) Snowdrop Tree Snowflower Soap Bark Soap Root Soap Tree Soapwood
SOAPWORT

Scrip Sprout Staff Thyme betulina) tonkinesis)

(Sium

sisarum)

G-22, 6 9 6

SHORT BUCHU 691

Skoke Skullcap Herb Capsules (Frontier)
SKUNK CABBAGE

G-20, 602 678

(Symplocarpus foetidus)
692

696 696 695 : . 541 436

(Saponaria officinalis) Solanum dulcamara Solanum nigrum Soldiers Soldier's Herb

(Styrax

SIBERIAN GINSENG

(Eleutherococcus senticosus)

693

Skunkweed Slave Wood Slipper Root Slipperweed

A L P H A B E T I C A L INDEX

ST. J O H N ' S WORT PREFERRED C A P S U L E S / 1 - 3 7

Soldier's Woundwort Solidago canadensis Solidago virgaurea
SOLOMON'S SEAL

G-26, 833 145 0-11, 289

Spigelia marilandica Spignet Spiked Spiked Loosestrife
SPIKENARD

594 G-23, 711 G-20, 620 G-20, 620 G-23, 711
433

SQUILL

(Urginea maritima)

G-23, 717

(Polygonatum multiflorum) Solsequia Somali Tea Sophora japonica
SORB APPLE

G-22, 703 G-17, 503 447 564 704 G-18, 525 G-18, 525 704 814 121 121 705 827 421 G-22, 705 706 isi G-4, 6i 240 G-22, 707 G-3, 13 577 G-14, 403 G-21, 653 708 G-4, 52 G-15, 448

(Aralia racemosa) Spikenard
SPINACH

(Spinacia oleracea) Spinacia oleracea Spindle Tree
SPINY REST HARROW

G-23, 712 G-23, 712 G-25, 791 G-23, 713 G-23, 709 G-17, 511 612 G-17, 503 G-18, 528 442 G-22, 679 G-26, 821 G-13, 386 233 G-13, 386 233 G-13, 386 407 G-13, 386 G-6, 107 436

(Sorbus domestica) Sorb Apple Sorbus aucuparia Sorbus domestica Sorbus torminalis Sorghum Sorghum vulgare
SORREL

(Ononis spinosa) Spire Mint Spireaea Ulmaria Spogel Sponsa Solis Spoonwood (Kalmia latifolia) Spoonwood (Mallotus philippinensis) Spoonwort Spotted Alder Spotted Corobane Spotted Cranesbill Spotted Crowbane Spotted Geranium Spotted Hemlock Spotted Monarda Spotted Parsley Spotted Thistle Spotted Touch-Me-Not SPRUCE (Picea species) Spruce Fir
SPURGE

(Rumex acetosa) Sour Trefoil South Indian Squill
SOUTHERN BAYBERRY

Squinancy Berries G-5, 94 Squirrel Corn (Corydalis cava) 226 Squirrel Corn (Dicentra cucullaria) 775 St. Anthony's Turnip 128 St. Barbara's Hedge Mustard . . .384 St. Benedict Thistle G-6, 107 St. James' Weed G-22, 690 St. James Wort G-20, 629 St. James's Tea 451 St. John's Bread G-7, 151 St. John's Herb G-13, 388 St. John's Plant G-18, 530 St. John's Power 0.3% Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . . . .719 St. John's Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 719 St. John's Power Time Release Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 719
ST. JOHN'S WORT

(Myrica cerifera)
SOUTHERN TSANGSHU

(Hypericum perforatum)

. G-23, 719

(Atractylodes lancea) Southernwood Root Sow Berry Sowbread
SOYBEAN

(Glycine soja) Spanish Spanish Spanish Spanish Bugloss Camomile Chestnut Saffron

714 714 716 G-17, 515 G-17, 515 G-17, 515 280 579 G-S, 92 354 21 579 109

SPANISH-CHESTNUT

(Castanea sativa) Sparrow Grass Sparrow Tongue
SPEARMINT

(Euphorbia resinifera) Spurge Flax Spurge Laurel Spurge Olive Spurred Rye Squaw Balm Squaw Root Squaw Weed (Senecio aureus) Squaw Weed (Senecio nemorensis) Squawmint Tickweed Squawroot

(Mentha spicata) Speckled Jewels
SPEEDWELL

G-23, 709 436 G-23, 710 G-6, 121 39 820 831

(Veronica officinalis) Speedwell Spergularia rubra Spiceberry Spigelia anthelmia

St. John's Wort Capsules (Bergen Brunswig, Breckenridge, Celestial Seasonings, Futurebiotics, Herbal Harvest, Key Co., Mason Vitamins, Naturalife, Nature's Resource, Nature's Way, PNC, Rexall Managed Care, Sundown, Zenith Goldline) 719 St. John's Wort Capsules (Rexall Consumer) G-30, 719 St. John's Wort Extract Capsules (Humco, National Vitamin) . . . 719 St. John's Wort Herb Capsules (Frontier) 719 St. John's Wort Herb Liquid (Nature's Way) 719 St. John's Wort Liquid (Nature's Answer, Pharmaceutical Labs, PNC) . . . 719 St. John's Wort Preferred Capsules (Reese) 719

1 - 3 8 / S T . JOHN'S WORT TABLETS

PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES

St. John's Wort Tablets (Contract Pharmacal, Natrol, Nature Made, PDRx, Vitaline) 719 St. John's Wort Transdermal Patch (Zayco) 719 St. Josephwort G-4, 64 St. Mary's Seal G-22, 703 Stachys palustris 832 Staff Vine G-5, 88 Stagbush G-5, 96 Staggerweed {Delphinium consolida) . . G-15, 458 Staggerweed {Dicentra cucullaria) 775 Staggerwort G-20, 629 Stags Horn 196 Stammerwort G-20, 629 Standardized Bilberry Extract Capsules (Nature's Resource) 75 Standardized Cat's Claw Extract Capsules (Nature's Way) 160 Standardized Chamomile Extract Capsules (Nature's Way) 331 Standardized Feverfew Extract Capsules (Nature's Way) 306 Standardized Garlic Capsules (Nature's Resource) 327 Standardized Ginseng, Korean White Capsules (Nature's Resource) 346 Standardized Green Tea Extract Capsules (Nature's Way) 369 Standardized Hawthorn Extract Capsules (Nature's Way) 271 Standardized Horsechestnut Extract Capsules (Nature's Way) 403 Standardized Licorice Capsules (Nature's Resource) 469 Standardized Saw Palmetto ExtractCap Capsules (Nature's Way) 664 Standardized Siberian Ginseng Root Capsules (Nature's Way) 346

Standardized Uva Ursi Extract Capsules (Nature's Way) Standardized Valerian Capsules (Nature's Resource) Standardized White Willow Bark Extract Capsules (Nature's Way)
STAR ANISE

779

783

Stinking Prairie Bush Stinking Tommy Stinkweed Stinkwort Stitchwort Stockholm Tar
STONE ROOT

790 G-23, 713 G-IS, 436 G-IS, 436 iso G-22, 674 1

807 G-23, 725

(Collinsonia canadensis) . .G-23, 733
STORAX

(Illicium verum)

(Liquidambar orientalis) . G-23, 734 Storkbill Storksbill Stramonium Strangle Tare Straw
STRAWBERRY

Star Grass 11 Star of the Earth G-4, 71 Starbloom 594 Starchwort 46 Starweed 180 Starwort (Aletris farinosa) 11 Starwort {Stellaria media) iso Starwort {Veratrum luteum) 301 Staunchweed G-26, 833 Staunchwort G-9, 214 Stave Wood 695
STAVESACRE

G-14, 393 233 G-IS, 436 G-IO, 254 G-IS, 551 G-23, 735 G-26, 819 G-4, 65 G-17, 520 G-II, 283 G-26, 821 453 736 736 736 736 450 . 736 416 G-18, 547 827 73 738 692
G-8, 181

(Fragaria vesca) Strawberry Tomato String Bean String of Sovereigns Stringy Bark Tree Striped Alder Strong-Scented Lettuce
STROPHANTHUS

(Delphinium staphisagria) Stayplough Stellaria Stellaria media Stemless Carlina Root Sterretjie
STEVIA

726

t

G-23, 713 G-15, 456 iso 151 7
727

(Strophanthus kombe) Strophanthus
STROPHANTHUS GRATUS

(Stevia rebaudiana)

Stevia rebaudiana 727 Stick-a-Back 193 Sticklewort G-3, 10 Stickwort (Agrimonia eupatoria) G-3, 10 Stickwort (Oxalis acetosella) . . . . 827 Stigmata Maydis 224
STILLINGIA

(Strophanthus gratus) Strophanthus gratus Strophanthus hispidus Strophanthus kombe Strychnos ignatii Strychnos nux vomica Stubwort Styrax benzoin Styrax paralleloneurum Styrax tonkinesis
Succory

(Stillingia sylvatica) Stillingia sylvatica . . .
STINGING NETTLE

729 729

Sugar Maple Sugar Pods Sumaruba
SUMATRA BENZOIN

G-21, 635 G-7, 151 695
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(Urtica dioica) Stingless Nettle Stinking Arrach Stinking Goosefoot . . . . Stinking Motherwort . . . Stinking Nanny Stinking Nightshade

G-23, 729

(Styrax paralleloneurum)
SUMBUL

738 G-23, 738 G-23, 739 G-II, 298

G-25, 806 43 43 43

(Ferula sumbul)
SUMMER SAVORY

G-20, 629 G-14, 389

(Satureja hortensis) Sun Drop

ALPHABETICAL INDEX Sun Rose Sundance Aloe Vera Gel (Lee)
SUNDEW

TEA PLANT/1-39 G-12, 321 16 740 Sweet Sweet Sweet Sweet Sweet Broom Bugle Cane Chervil Chestnut G-7, 132 G-6, 126 G-7, 138 G-24, 743 708 G-24, 743 . . . G-24, 744 G-S, 82 697 G-11, 302 G-7, 138 G-24, 745 G-7, 138 G-23, 734 727 G-24, 744 Sweethearts Sweet-Humlock Sweetleaf Sweets Sweet-Scented Cactus Sweet-Smelling Trefoil Swertia chirata Swertia japonica Swine Snout Swinebread Swine's Grass Swiss Mountain Pine Swiss Pine Swynel Grass Symphytum officinale Symplocarpus foetidus Synkfoyle Syzygium aromaticum Syzygium cumini T
SWEET MARJORAM

(Drosera ramentacea) SUNFLOWER (Helianthus annuus)

G-23, 741

SWEET CICELY (Myrrhis odorata)
SWEET CLOVER

Sunkfield c-11, 289 Super Bilberry Plus Tablets (Action Labs) 75 Super Ginkgo Biloba Plus Tablets (Action Labs) 342 Super Milk Thistle Plus Tablets (Action Labs) 51 e Super Saw Palmetto Plus Tablets (Action Labs) 664 Super St. John's Wort Plus Tablets (Action Labs) 719 Super Yohimbe-Plus Tablets (Irwin) 843 Superior Chinese Astragalus Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 54 Surelle 827
SURINAM CHERRY

(Melilotus officinalis) Sweet Sweet Sweet Sweet Dock Elm Fennel Flag

SWEET GALE

(Myrica gale) Sweet Sweet Sweet Sweet Grass Gum Herb Lucerne

193 G-24, 743 727 G-24, 743 543 G-13, 388 187 682 G-9, 245 240 G-15, 448 G-22, 674 802 G-15, 448 G-9, 212 696 G-11, 289 G-8, 195 429

(Origanum majorana) . . . G-24, 746 Sweet Mary Sweet Myrtle
SWEET ORANGE

G-16, 46i G-7, 138 G-24, 747 G-8, 165

(Eugenia unifloria) Suterberry Swallow Wort Swallow-Wort Swamp Cedar Swamp Dogwood (Cornus florida) Swamp Dogwood (Ptelea trifoliata) Swamp Laurel Swamp Maple
SWAMP MILKWEED

742 545 338 G-20, 598 G-24, 759 G-10, 256 790 490 G-21, 635 . . . G-23, 743

(Citrus sinensis) Sweet Pepper Sweet Root (Acorus calamus) Sweet Root (Glycyrrhiza glabra) Sweet Rush Sweet Sedge Sweet Slumber SWEET SUMACH (Rhus aromatica) Sweet Vernal
SWEET VERNAL GRASS

Tag Alder Tailed Cubebs Tailed Pepper Tall Speedwell Tall Veronica Tallow Shrub
TAMARIND

G-5, 89 235 235 104 104 G-22, 705

G-7, i38 G-ie, 469 G-7, 138 G-7, 138 ios

(Tamarindus indica) Tamarindus indica Tamus Tamus communis Tanacetum parthenium Tanacetum vulgare Tanner's Bark
TANSY

753 753 G-25, 800 G-5, 90 G-11, 306 G-24, 754 G-18, 549

(Asclepias incarnata)

748 G-3, 5

(Tanacetum vulgare) Tar Weed Taraxacum officinale Tare Target-Leaved Hibiscus Tarragon Tarweed TAUMELLOOLCH (Lolium temulentum) Taxus baccata . Tea Tea Plant

G-24, 754 379 G-9, 245 G-24, 756 533 G-12, 320 841

Swamp Sassafras 490 Swamp Silkweed G-23, 743 r Swamp Tea Tree G-7, 136 Sweating Plant G-6, 113 Sweatroot G-3, 3 Sweet Almond 15 Sweet Bark ise Sweet Bay (Laurus nobilis) G-15, 459 Sweet Bay (Magnolia glauca) . . 490 Sweet Betty G-22, 701 Sweet Bracken G-24, 743 Sweet Brake G-17, 493 Sweet Brier G-IO, 254

(Anthoxanthum odoratum) SWEET VIOLET (Viola odorata) Sweet Weed Sweet Wood Bark
SWEET WOODRUFF

G-24, 749 G-24, 750 so* ise G-24, 751 G-24, 743 G-24, 743

. . . . G-24, 756 G-26, 841 G-13, 369 487

(Galium odoratum) Sweet-Cus Sweet-Fern

1-40/TEA TREE TEA TREE

PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES

(Melaleuca alternifolia) Tea Tree Teaberry Teasel
TEAZLE

757

THYME (Thymus vulgaris)

G-24, 761

487 820 G-6, 113
G-24, 757

(Dipsacus silvestris)

Tegreen Capsules (Pharmanex) 369 Temu Lawak G-9, 239 Terminalia arjuna .39 Terminalia chebula 772 Tetraclinis articulata 660 Tetterberry G-25, soo Tetterwort (Chelidonium majus) G-8, 169 Tetterwort (Sanguinaria canadensis) 108 Teucrium chamaedrys G-12, 337 Teucrium polium 603 Teucrium scordium 797 Teucrium scorodonia G-26, 826 Tewon Lawa G-9, 239 Thalictroc 384 The Roman Plant G-24, 743 Theobroma cacao G-8, 199 Thick-Leaved Pennywort . . G-13, 359 Thimbleberry G-6, 104 Thisilyn Standardized Milk Thistle Extract Capsules (Nature's Way) 516 TOBACCO Thormantle G-8, 192 (Nicotiana tabacum) G-24, 762 Thorn-Apple CMS, 436 Tobacco Wood G-26, 821 Thorny Burr G-7, 128 Tobasco Pepper G-8, ies Thoroughwort G-6, 113 Tolu G-24, 764 Thor's Beard G-14, 411 Thousand Weed G-26, 833 TOLU BALSAM Three-Leafed Hop Tree 790 (Myroxylon balsamum) . . .G-24, 764 Three-Leaved G-4, 74 Tom Rong G-12, 325 Three-Leaved Grass 827 TOMATO Three-Lobed Sage 367 (Lycopersicon Throat Root G-25, 794 esculentum) G-24, 766 Throatwort , G-11,311 Throw-Wort G-IS, 524 Tongue-Grass iso
THUJA TONKA BEANS

Thyme Herb Liquid (Nature's Answer) 761 Thyme Leaf & Flower Liquid (Herb Pharm) 761 Thymus serpyllum G-26, 815 Thymus vulgaris G-24, 761 Tiarella cordifolia G-9, 219 Tickleweed 25 Tiglium 234 Tiglium Seeds 234 Tilia species G-16, 477 Time Release Bilberry Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 75 Time Release Ginkgo Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . . . .342 Time Release Hawthorn Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 271 Time Release Korean Ginseng Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 346 Time Release Milk Thistle Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 516 Tinnevelly Senna G-22, 684 Tipton Weed G-23, 719 Toadpipe (Equisetum arvense) G-14, 409 Toadpipe (Linaria vulgaris) 840 Toadroot 60

Torches Tormentil Root Tormentilla Toron Total Gar Capsules (Mason Vitamins) Toywort Trackleberry
TRAGACANTH

G-IS, 532 G-8, 192 G-8, 192 160 327 G-22, 690 G-5, 75 767 54 768 G-20, 610 G-25, 769 778

(Astragalus gummifer) Tragacanth
TRAILING ARBUTUS

(Epigae repens) Trailing Tansy
TRAVELLER'S JOY

(Clematis vitalba) Tree Moss
TREE OF HEAVEN

(Ailanthus altissima) 770 Tree of Life G-24, 759 Trefoil (Hepatica nobilis) 26 Trefoil (Menyanthes trifoliata) . . . G - 6 , 110 Trefoil (Trifolium pratense) G-21, 633 Trembling Poplar G-20, 607 Trifolium pratense G-21, 633 Trigonella foenum-graecum .G-11, 304 Trillium erectum G-4, 74
TRITICUM

(Agropyron repens) Triticum aestivum Trollius europaeus Tropaeolum majus
TROPICAL ALMOND

G-25, 771 799 G-12, 351 G-IS, 537 772 34 G-IO, 275 G-15, 459 11 11 G-19, 594 G-20, 598 774 372 220 775

(Terminalia chebula) True Angostura True Ivy Tru& Laurel True Unicorn Root True Unicorn Star-Grass Tsuga canadensis Tuber Root
TULIP TREE

(Liriodendron tulipifera) 767 767 545 G-IS, 532 Tun-Hoof Turkey Claw
TURKEY CORN

(Thuja occidentalis) Thuja occidentalis Thuja orientalis Thunder Plant

G-24, 759 G-24, 759 560 G-14, 411

(Dipteryx odorata) Tonquin Bean Toothache Tree Torch Weed

(Dicentra cucullaria)

ALPHABETICAL INDEX

WALLPEPPER/I-41

Turkey Corn Turkish Sage Turk's Cap
TURMERIC

226 367 506
775

UZARA

(Xysmalobium undulatum)

782

(Curcuma domestica) Turmeric Turmeric Extract Capsules (Nature's Way) Turmeric Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) Turmeric Root Turmeric Whole Rhizome Liquid (Health from the Sun) Turnera diffusa Turnhoof Turnip Greens Turnip Rope Turpentine Weed Turtle Head Turtlebloom Tussilago farfara Twitch-Grass Twopenny Grass

G-26, 846 846 846 G-i3, 355

Vaccinium myrtillus Vaccinium uliginosum Vaccinium vitis-idaea
VALERIAN

G-5, 75 G-6, 111 G-3, 20
G-25, 7 8 3

(Valeriana officinalis)

Valerian Capsules (Mason Vitamins, Nature's Resource) 783 Valerian Liquid (McZand) 783 846 Valerian Power Time Release 244 Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 783 Valerian Root Alcohol Free 372 Liquid (Nature's Answer) 816 783 Valerian Root Capsules 816 (ADH, Bergen Brunswig, G-9, 238 Cardinal, Frontier, Herbal G-4, 59 Harvest, Humco, Major, G-4, 59 McKesson, National G-9, 209 Vitamin, Nature's Bounty, G-25, 771 Nature's Herbs, Nature's G-17, 520 Way, Perrigo, Rexall Consumer, Sundown, U Zenith Goldline) 783 Ulmus minor G-10, 269 Valerian Root Power Ulmus rubra 697 Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . . . .783 Umbellate Wintergreen 595 Valerian Root Standardized Umbrella Leaves G-19, 585 Capsules Una de Gato ieo (Rexall Consumer) 783 Uncaria species 324 Valerian Root Tablets Unicaria tomentosa ieo (Apothecary, Mason Upright Virgin's Bower . . . . G-8, 19< Vitamins) 783 Upstart G-9, 206 Valeriana officinalis G-25, 783 Urginea indica 421 Vandal Root G-25, 783 Urginea maritima G-23, 717 Vapor G-12, 322 Urtica dioica G-23, 729 Vegetable Antimony G-6, 113 Vegetable Mercury 494 USNEA Vegetable Sulfur 196 (Usnea species) 778 Vegetable Tallow G-22, 705 Usnea species 778 Velvet Dock G-IO, 266 Utricularia vulgaris G-e, 105 Velvet Flower G-3, 22 Uva Ursi Leaf Capsules Velvet Leaf see (ADH, Frontier, Nature's Velvet Plant G-IS, 532 Herbs) 779 Venastat Capsules Uva Ursi Leaves Capsules (Pharmaton) G-30, 403 (Nature's Way) 779 Venus' Basin G-24, 757
UVA-URSI VENUS FLYTRAP

Venus Hair Venus Shoe Veratrum album Veratrum luteum Veratrum viride Verbascum densiflorum . . , Verbena officinalis Vernis de Japon Veronica beccabunga Veronica officinalis Verrucaria
VERVAIN

491 541 G-25, 803 301 25 G-18, 532 G-25, 788 770 G-6, 121 G-23, 710 G-17, 503 G-25, 788

(Verbena officinalis)

Viburnum prunifolium G-5, 96 Vicia faba 120 Vinca minor 584 Vine of the Souls 833 Viola odorata G-24, 750 Viola tricolor 382 Violet Bloom G-5, 88 Virginia Creeper G-3, 26 Virginia Water Horehound . . G-6, 126 Virginian Poke G-20, 602 Virginian Prune 8io Virgin's Glove G-IO, 248
VIROLA

(Virola theiodora)

789

Virola theiodora 789 Viscum album G-11, 291 Vitex agnus-castus G-8, 176 Vitex Capsules (Naturalife, Nature's Way) . .. . 176 Vitis vinifera G-13, 362 Vomitroot G-ie, 479 Vomitwort G-16, 479
W
WAFER ASH

(Ptelea trifoliata)
WAHOO

790

(Euonymus atropurpurea) G-25, 791 Wake Robin Wake-Robin Walewort Wall Ginger
WALLFLOWER

46 *.. . G-4, 74 259 215 G-25, 792 418 215

(Cheiranthus cheiri) Wallflower Wallpepper

(Arctostaphylos uva-ursi) G-25, 779

(Dionaea muscipula)

786

1 - 4 2 /WALLSTOCK-GILLOFER

PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES

Wallstock-Gillofer Wallwort
WALNUT

G-25, 792 G-9, 212 G-2S, 793 541 G-17, 520 G-17, 520 G-13, 355 236 G-7, 131 G-25, 794 G-17, 503 G-6, 126 G-3, 28 G-25, 794 795 G-17, 503

(Juglans regia) Walpole Tea Wandering Jenny Wandering Tailor Warnera Wartwort Water Agrimony
WATER AVENS

Wax Bean Wax Cluster Wax Dolls Waxberry Waxwork Way Bennet Waythorn Weed Weeping Ash Weeping Pepper Tree Weyl Ash
WHEAT

G-4, 65 820 G-12, 322 G-22, 705 24 G-4, 71 G-6, 123 G-17, 500 G-4, 50 139 G-13, 36i 799 799 799 G-10, 270 G-25, 806 G-13, 361 490 G-25, 800 632 84 G-24, 759 147 563

White Thyme Oil (Aura Cacia) White Walnut White Weed
WHITE WILLOW

761 134 563

(Salix species)

G-25, 807

(Geum rivale) Water Water Water Water Blobs Bugle Cabbage Chisch

(Triticum aestivum) Wheat Bran Wheat Germ Oil Whig Plant White Archangel White Ash White Bay
WHITE BRYONY

WATER DOCK

(Rumex aquaticus) Water Dragon
WATER DROPWORT

(Bryonia alba)
795

(Oenanthe

crocata)

Water Dropwort Water Elder
WATER FENNEL

G-25, 796 G-5, 96 G-25, 796 G-19, sei G-25, 794 797 G-13, 386 G-3, 28 795 G-13, 388 G-26, 813 G-3, 28 G-13, 386 699 G-6, 121 768 G-3, 13 G-6, 121 G-6, 110 798 798 G-20, 596 3

(Oenanthe aquatica) Water Flag Water Flower
WATER GERMANDER

White White White White White

Bryony Candytuft Cedar Cinnamon Daisy alba)

White Willow Bark Capsules (ADH, Apothecary, Frontier, Nature's Way) 807 White Wood (Canella winter ana) 147 White Wood (Melaleuca leucadendra) . G-7, 136 Whitethorn G-IO, 271 Whitsun Bosses G-5, 96 Whitsun Rose G-5, 96 Whorlywort 104 Whortleberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) G-5, 75 Whortleberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea) . . . . G-3, 20 Wild Agrimony G-20, 610 Wild American Scullcap Herb Capsules (Nature's Way) 678 Wild Balsam 436 Wild Bergamont 407
WILD CARROT

WHITE FIR

(Abies

802

(Daucus carota) Wild Celandine Wild Chamomile Oil (Aura Cacia)
WILD CHERRY

G-25, 809 436 331

(Teucrium scordium) Water Hemlock Water Lily Water Lovage Water Maudlin Water Mint Water Nymph Water Parsley Water Pepper Water Pimpernel Water Pink Water Plantain Water Purslane Water Shamrock
WATERCRESS

White Flag Root White Fringe White Gum
WHITE HELLEBORE

G-19, 561 G-12, 321 G-23, 734 G-25, 803 G-14, 401 490 804 99 39

(Veratrum album) White Horehound White Laurel
WHITE LILY

(Prunus serotina)

810

(Lilium candidum) White Mulberry White Murda
WHITE MUSTARD

(Sinapis

alba)

G-25, 8 0 5

WHITE NETTLE (Lamium album) White White White White White Poplar Root Rot Saunders Tea Tree

G-25, 806 G-20, 607 G-20, 598 G-13, 359 659 G-7, 136

(Nasturtium officinale) Watercress Capsules (National Vitamin) Water-Cup Wattle Bark

Wild Cinnamon 147 Wild Clover G-21, 633 Wild Cotton 4is Wild Countryside Black Cohosh Root Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 92 Wild Countryside Chickweed Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . . .. 180 Wild Countryside Damiana Leaves Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 244 Wild Countryside Dandelion Root Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 245 Wild Countryside Gotu Kola Capsules (Nature's Herbs) .. . .359

ALPHABETICAL INDEX

WOOD S A G E / 1 - 4 3

Wild Countryside Licorice Root Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 469 Wild Countryside Myrrh Gum Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 534 Wild Countryside Red Raspberry Leaf Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 630 Wild Countryside Scullcap Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . . . .678 Wild Countryside Springtime Horsetail Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 409 Wild Countryside White Willow Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 807 Wild Countryside Yellow Dock Root Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . 835 Wild Cranesbill 233 Wild Crane's-Bill G-14, 393 Wild Curcuma G-13, 355
WILD DAISY

Wild Nard Wild Nep Wild Oats Liquid (Action Labs) Wild Oats Tablets (Action Labs) Wild Pansy Wild Pepper Wild Plum
WILD RADISH

48 G-25, 800 551 551 382 G-17, 515 G-22, 697

Wind Flower (Anemone nemorosa) Wind Flower (Pulsatilla pratensis) Wind Root Wineberry Wingseed
WINTER CHERRY

824 572 G-20, 59s G-5, 75 790

(Physalis alkekengi) Winter Fern Winter Marjoram Winter Pink Wintera Wintera Aromatica Winterbloom
WINTERGREEN

G-26, 819 G-13, 386 G-19, 559 768 820 820 G-26, 821

(Raphanus raphanistrum) Wild Radish Wild Rosemary Wild Rye
WILD SERVICE TREE

G-26, 814 365 451 G-4, 71

(Sorbus Wild Wild Wild Wild Wild Wild

torminalis)

814

Snowball Sorvice Strawberry Succory Sunflower Sweet William

541 814 G-23, 735 G-8, 174 G-10, 266 G-22, 701

(Gaultheria procumbens) Wintergreen Winterlien
WINTER'S BARK

820 647 G-12, 313

(Drimys winteri) Winter's Cinnamon Wintersweet Winterweed Witch Grass
WITCH HAZEL

820 820 G-19, 559 180 G-25, 771

(Bellis perennis) Wild Wild Wild Wild Wild Wild Endive Fennel Ginger Guelder Rose Hops Ice Leaf

G-26, 811 G-9, 245 G-11, 302 48 G-S, 96 G-25, 800 G-IS, 532 G-26, 812

WILD THYME

(Thymus serpyllum) Wild Tobacco
WILD TURNIP

G-26, 815 G-ie, 479

(Brassica

rapa)

816

(Hamamelis virginiana)

. G-26, 821

WILD INDIGO

(Baptisia tinctoria) Wild Indigo Fresh Root Liquid (Health from the Sun) Wild Indigo Root, Alcohol Free Liquid (Nature's Answer) Wild Iris Wild Laburnum Wild Lady's Slipper Wild Lemon Wild Lettuce Wild Liquorice (Abrus precatorius) Wild Liquorice {Ononis spinosa) Wild Marjoram
WILD MINT

Wild Vine Wild Woodbine Wild Woodvine
WILD YAM

G-25, soo G-3, 26 G-3, 26

(Dioscorea 812

villosa)

G-26, 817

812 G-19, 561 G-24, 744 436 G-17,510 453 435 G-23, 713 G-19, 559

Wild Yam Capsules (Bio-Tech) Wild Yam Extract Liquid (Nature's Way) Wild Yam Liquid (Nature's Answer) Wild Yam Root & Rhizome Extract Liquid (Frontier) Wild Yam Root Capsules (Frontier, Nature's Way)
Willow WILLOW HERB

817 817 817 817 si7
G-25, 807

Witch Hazel Leaf Liquid (Nature's Answer) 821 Witch Meal 196 Witchen G-IS, 525 Witches' Brier G-10, 254 Witches' Gloves G-IO, 248 Witches' Pouches G-22, 690 Withe Withy G-25, 807 Wolfs Claw 196 Wolfsbane (Aconitum napellus) G-IS, 521 Wolfsbane (Arnica montana) 41
WOOD ANEMONE

(Anemone nemorosa)
WOOD BETONY

824

(Betonica officinalis) Wood Betony Herb Liquid (Nature's Answer)

G-26, 825

(Epilobium angustifolium) Willow Sage

825

G-26, 818 G-20, 620

WOOD SAGE

(Mentha

aquatica)

G-26, 813

(Teucrium scorodonia)

. . G-26, 826

1-44/WOOD

SORREL

PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S

WOOD SORREL

(Oxalis acetosella)

827
YAGE

Wood Sour 827 Wood Spider 247 Wood Strawberry G-23, 73s Wood Vine G-25, 800 Wood Waxen G-10, 260 Woodbind G-10, 275 Woodbine (Gelsemium sempervirens) . . . . 838 Woodbine (Lonicera caprifolium) 399 Woodruff G-24, 751 Woodwrad G-24, 751 Woody G-5, 88 Woody Climber G-3, 26 Woollen G-18, 532 Woolly Thistle G-22, 678 Woolmat 410 Wormgrass 594
WORMSEED

(Banisteriopsis caapi) Yan-Hu-Suo
YARROW

833 226

Yellows (Cypripedium calceolus) Yellows (Ranunculus acris) Yellowweed Yerba Mate
YERBA SANTA

541 133 133 G-17, 508 . . . . 841 841

(Achillea millefolium) . . . G-26, 833 Yarrow Extract Liquid (Nature's Way) Yarrow Flowers Capsules (Frontier, Nature's Herbs) Yaw Root Yellow Avens Yellow Bark Yellow Bugle Yellow Catechu Yellow Chaste Weed Yellow Cleavers
YELLOW DOCK

(Eriodictyon californicum) Yerba Santa Resin-Rich Leaf Liquid (Herb Pharm)
YEW

833 . . . .833 729 G-4, 71 G-7, 153 G-13, 373 324 417 G-15, 455 835

(Taxus baccata) Ying Zicao Yocon Tablets (Glenwood)
YOHIMBE BARK

G-26, 841 619 843 843

(Pausinystalia yohimbe)

(Rumex crispus) 827

(Artemisia cina)
WORMSEED OIL

(Chenopodium ambrosioides)
WORMWOOD

G-26, 828

Yellow Dock Root Capsules (Frontier, Nature's Way) 835 Yellow Flag G-19, 561 Yellow Galium G-15, 455 YELLOW GENTIAN (Gentiana lutea) Yellow Ginseng Yellow Iris Yellow Jasmine
YELLOW JESSAMINE

(Artemisia absinthium) . . G-26, 829 Wormwood
WORMWOOD GRASS

836 109 G-19, 56i 838 . . . . 838 839 G-3, 5 774 G-13, 355 840 G-13, 355 659 24 24 G-IO, 266 G-24, 744 840 G-ie, 481 545
358

G-IS, 530 831 832 . . . . G-9, 214 G-22, 68i 145 G-11, 289 669 505

(Spigelia anthelmia)
WOUNDWORT

(Stachys palustris) Woundwort (Anthyllis vulneraria) Woundwort (Prunella vulgaris) Woundwort (Solidago canadensis) Woundwort (Solidago virgaurea) Wu-Wei-Zi Wymote

(Gelsemium sempervirens)
YELLOW LUPIN

(Lupinus luteus) Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Pheasant's Eye Poplar Puccoon Rod Root Saunders Snakeleaf Snowdrop Starwort Sweet Clover

Yohimbe Capsules (Mason Vitamins) 843 Yohimbe Power Max 1500 for Women Tablets (Action Labs) 843 Yohimbe Power Max 1500 Tablets (Action Labs) 843 Yohimbe Power Max 2000 Capsules (Action Labs) 843 Yohimbe Power Max 2000 Liquid (Action Labs) 843 Yohimbe Super Potent Tablets (Mason Vitamins) . . . . 843 Yohimbie Bark Tablets (Nature's Bounty) 843 Yohimbized 1000 Liquid (Action Labs) 843 Youthwort 740 Yucca 4 Yucca filamentosa 4 Yuma G-26, 817 Z Zaffer Zanthoxylum americanum Zanzibar Pepper Zea mays
ZEDOARY

652 545 G-8, 165 224 G-26, 846 G-3, 13 31 G-12, 339 165 439

(Curcuma zedoaria) Ze-Xie Zhi Mu Zingiber officinale Zostrix Cream (Bioglan) Zyzyphus jujube

257 Xie-Jie (Linaria vulgaris) X-Prep Bowel Evacuant Yellow Willowherb Liquid (Purdue Frederick) . . . . 684 Yellow Wood Xuan-Fu-Hua 119 Xysmalobium undulatum 782 I Yellowroot

YELLOW TOADFLAX

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Therapeutic Category Index
Entries in this index are organized by prescribing category, enabling you to quickly identify botanicals with similar properties. Within each category, herbs are listed alphabetically by their accepted common name, with the scientific name shown in parentheses. Botanicals deemed effective by the German Regulatory Authority's ''Commission E" are marked with a (•) symbol at their left. If an entry lists two page numbers, the first refers to a photograph of the plant in the Herb Identification Guide, the second to the herbal monograph. The index lists herbs by general category only. To locate botanicals considered appropriate for a specific indication, please consult the Indications Index.

ACNE PREPARATIONS

ANALGESIC AGENTS

• Bittersweet Nightshade (Solanum dulcamara) . . . G-S, 88 • Brewer's Yeast {Saccharomyces cerevisiae) lis Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus
globulus) G-11, 2 8 3

Heartsease (Viola tricolor) . .. .382 Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) 757
ADJUNCT ANTINEOPLASTIC THERAPY

Cat's Claw (Urticaria tomentosa) ieo • European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11, 291 Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) G-13, 369 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17, 500
ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE

Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) Congorosa (Maytenus ilicifolia)
AMEBICIDES

G-8, 165 218

Henna (Lawsonia inermis)

G-14, 391

Aga (Amanita muscaria) . . .G-3, 8 Alteris (Aletris farinosa) 11 Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) . G-4, SO Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4, 61 Belladonna (Atropa belladonna) G-4, 69 Beth Root (Trillium erectum) G-4, 74 Black Bryony (Tamus communis) G-5, 90 Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) G-5, 92 Black Currant (Ribes nigrum) G-5, 94 Black Haw (Viburnum prunifolium) G-S, 96 Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) G-6, 103 Blue Cohosh (Caulophyllum thalictroides) 109 Borage (Borago officinalis) G-6, 114 Bugleweed (Lycopus virginicus) G-6, 126 Bulbous Buttercup (Ranunculus bulbosus) 128 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E.

Buttercup (Ranunculus acris) 133 Cajuput (Melaleuca leucadendra) G-7, 136 California Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) G-7, 140 Catechu (Acacia catechu) 163 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8, 165 Chaste Tree (Vitex agnus-castus) G-8, 176 Clematis (Clematis recta) .G-8, 194 Clove (Syzygium aromaticum) G-8, 195 Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) G-9, 212 Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) *. . G-9, 221 " Corn Poppy (Papaver rhoeas) 223 Cowhage (Mucuna pruriens) 230 Cowslip (Primula veris) 231 Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) G-9, 237 Devil's Claw (Harpagophytum procumbens) 247

1-46/ANALGESIC AGENTS Digitalis (Digitalis purpurea) Dogwood (Cornus
florida)

PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Iporuru (Alchornea floribunda) 424 • Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 Lady's Mantle (Alchemilla vulgaris) G-15, 456 Larch (Larix decidua) . . . G-15, 457 Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) G-i6, 461 Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) G-16, 468 Maidenhair (Adiantum capillus-veneris) 491 Male Fern (Dryopteris filix-mas) G-17, 493 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17, 500 Marsh Blazing Star (Liatris spicata) G-17, 503 Martagon (Lilium martagon) 506 Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) G-17, 515 Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) G-18, 521 Muskmallow (Abelmoschus moschatus) 533 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) 543 Onion (Allium cepa) G-19, 557 Oregano (Origanum vulgare) G-19, 559 Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) G-19, 571 Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla pratensis) 572 Pellitory (Anacyclus Pyrethrum) 577 Peppermint (Mentha
piperita) G-19, 580

G-IO, 248
G-10, 256

Reed Herb (Phragmites communis) 639 Rue (Ruta graveolens) . . G-21, 648 Rupturewort (Herniaria
glabra) G-21, 650

Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) . . . . 261 English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) G-IO, 270 English Horsemint (Mentha longifolia) G-IO, 275 English Ivy (Hedera
helix) G-10, 275

Eucalyptus
globulus)

(Eucalyptus
G-11, 283

European Five-Finger Grass (Potentilla reptans) . . . G-11, 289 European Water Hemlock (Cicuta virosa) G-11, 297 False Unicorn Root (Veratrum luteum) 301 Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) G-11, 306 Fumitory (Fumaria officinalis) G-12, 322 Garlic (Allium sativum) G-12, 327 German Ipecac (Cynanchum vincetoxicum) 335 Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) . G-12, 342 Ginseng (Panax ginseng) 346 Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea) 372 Groundsel (Senecio vulgaris) 374 Hemlock (Conium maculatum) G-13, 386 Henbane (Hyoscyamus
niger) G-14, 389

Herb Paris (Paris quadrifolia) G-14, 392 Horehound (Marrubium vulgare) G-14, 401 Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14, 403 Horsemint (Monarda punctata) 407 Horseradish (Armoracia rusticana) G-14, 408 Hound's Tongue (Cynoglossum officinale) 410 Houseleek (Sempervivum tectorum) G-14, 411

Petasites (Petasites hybridus) Poplar (Populus species) Potentilla (Potentilla anserind) Puff Ball (Lycoperdon species) Quince (Cydonia oblongata) Ragwort (Senecio jacobaea)

G-19, 585 G-20, 607 G-20, 610 618 625 G-20, 629 I

Rust-Red Rhododendron (Rhododendron ferrugineum) 650 Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) . . . G-22, 668 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22, 672 • Scotch Pine (Pinus species) G-22, 674 Shepherd's Purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris) G-22, 690 Sneezewort (Achillea ptarmica) 700 Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) G-23, 710 » Spruce (Picea species) 714 St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) G-23, 719 Stavesacre (Delphinium staphisagria) 726 Sweet Vernal Grass (Anthoxanthum odoratum) G-24, 749 Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) G-24, 750 Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) G-24, 754 Taumelloolch (Lolium temulentum) G-24, 756 Thuja (Thuja occidentalis) G-24, 759 Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) 770 Triticum (Agropyron repens) G-25, 771 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) G-25, 783 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25, 788 Watercress (Nasturtium officinale) 798 White Fir (Abies alba) 802 White Willow (Salix species) G-25, 807

• Denotes recommendation by Commission E.

THERAPEUTIC CATEGORY INDEX

ANTIANXIETY A G E N T S / I - 4 7

Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) Wild Mint {Mentha aquatica) Wild Thyme {Thymus serpyllum) Wild Yam {Dioscorea
Villosa)

G-26, 812 G-26, 813 G-26, 815
G-26, 817

Black Hellebore {Helleborus niger) Black Horehound {Ballota
nigra)

G-5, 97
G - 5 , 98

Blue Cohosh {Caulophyllum thalictroides) Burning Bush {Dictamnus
albus)

109
G-7, 130

Winter's Bark {Drimys winteri) 820 Wintergreen {Gaultheria procumbens) 820 Wood Anemone {Anemone nemorosa) 824 Wormwood {Artemisia absinthium) G-26, 829 Yellow Jessamine {Gelsemium sempervirens) 838
ANORECTAL PREPARATIONS

• • • • • •

Bilberry {Vaccinium myrtillus) G-5, 75 Butcher's Broom {Ruscus aculeatus) G-7, 132 Poplar {Populus species) G-20, 607 Psyllium {Plantago ovata) . . . . 612 Sweet Clover {Melilotus officinalis) G-24, 744 Tolu Balsam {Myroxylon balsamum) G-24, 764 Witch Hazel {Hamamelis virginiana) G-26, 821 Barberry {Berberis vulgaris) G-4, 61 Congorosa {Maytenus ilicifolia) 218 European Five-Finger Grass {Potentilla reptans) . . . G-11, 289 Lovage {Levisticum officinale) G-16, 482 Salep {Orchis species) 657 Wood Betony {Betonica officinalis) G-26, 825 Yellow Jessamine {Gelsemium sempervirens) 838

Butternut {Juglans cinerea) . . . 134 Calotropis {Calotropis procera) 141 Canadian Fleabane {Erigeron canadensis) . . G-7, 144 Castor Oil Plant {Ricinus communis) G-7, 158 Centaury {Centaurium erythraea) G-8, 174 Chives {Allium schoenoprasum) G-8, 188 Cinnamon {Cinnamomum verum) G-8, 190 Corn Cockle {Agrostemma githago) 222 Cowhage {Mucuna pruriens) 230 Eucalyptus {Eucalyptus
globulus) G-11, 283

Mugwort {Artemisia vulgaris) G-IS, 530 Myrtle {Myrtus communis) G-18, 536 Neem {Antelaea azadirachta) G-IS, 539 Papaya {Carica papaya) . G-19, 565 Pineapple {Ananas comosus) 593 Pink Root {Spigelia marilandica) 594 Pomegranate {Punica granatum) G-20, 605 Pumpkin {Cucurbita
pepo) G-20, 618

Quassia {Picrasma excelsa) . . . 622 Rue {Ruta graveolens) . . G-21, 648 Sweet Gale {Myrica
gale) G-24, 745

ANTACID PREPARATIONS

ANTHELMINTICS

Amargo {Quassia amara) . .G-3, 23 Balmony {Chelone glabra) G-4, 59 Behen {Moringa oleifera) 67

European Water Hemlock {Cicuta virosa) G-11, 297 Feverfew {Tanacetum parthenium) G-11, 306 Green Hellebore {Helleborus viridis) . . 368 Groundsel {Senecio vulgaris) 374 Indian Nettle {Acalypha indica) 419 Kamala {Mallotus philippinensis) 442 Kousso {Hagenia abyssinica) 450 Larkspur {Delphinium consolida) G-15, 458 Lavender Cotton {Santolina chamaecyparissias) . . . G-ie, 460 Male Fern {Dryopteris filix-mas) G-17, 493 Marigold {Calendula officinalis) G-17, 497 Morning Glory {Ipomoea hederacea) 523
• Denotes recommendation by Commission E.

Tansy {Tanacetum vulgare) G-24, 754 Tree of Heaven {Ailanthus altissima) 770 Turmeric {Curcuma domestica) 775 Walnut {Juglans regia) . . G-25, 793 Water Germander {Teucrium scordium) 797 Wild Carrot {Daucus carota) G-25, 809 Wormseed {Artemisia cina) . . .827 Wormseed Oil {Chenopodium ambrosioides) G-26, 828 Wormwood {Artemisia absinthium) G-26, 829 Wormwood Grass {Spigelia anthelmia) 831 Yellow Lupin {Lupinus UlteUS) 839 Yew {Taxus baccata) . . . G-26, 841
ANTIANXIETY AGENTS

• Adonis {Adonis vernalis) . . G-3, 5 Aga {Amanita muscaria) . . G-3, 8 Anemarrhena {Anemarrhena asphodeloides) 31 Bitter Orange {Citrus aurantium) G-5, 86 Black Horehound {Ballota nigra) G-S, 98 • Bugle weed {Lycopus virginicus) G-6, 126

1 - 4 8 / A N T I A N X I E T Y AGENTS

PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S

California Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) G-7, 140 • Camphor Tree (Cinnamomum camphora) G-7, 143 Catnip (Nepeta cataria) . . G-8, 164 Celery (Apium graveolens) G-8, 172 Columbine (Aquilegia vulgaris) G-9, 211 Corydalis (Corydalis cava) . . . 226 Cowslip (Primula veris) 231 Cyclamen (Cyclamen europaeum) 240 English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) G-10, 270 • English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) G-10, 277 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11, 291 Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) . G-12, 342 Ginseng (Panax ginseng) 346 Greek Sage (Salvia triloba) . . . 367 Heather (Calluna Vulgaris) G-13, 383 Herb Paris (Paris quadrifolia) G-14, 392 • Hops (Humulus lupulus) . G-14, 400 Jamaica Dogwood (Piscidia piscipula) 428 Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) 429 • Kava Kava (Piper methysticum) G-15, 443 » Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) G-ie, 46i » Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria majalis) . G-ie, 475 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17, 500 • Motherwort (Leonurus cardiaca) t G-18, 524 Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) G-i8, 530 Nerve Root (Cypripedium calceolus) 541 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) 543

Nux Vomica (Strychnos nux vomica) G-18, 547 Oats (Avena sativa) G-18, 551 • Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata) G-19, 573 • Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) 631 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22, 672 Scullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora) G-22, 678 Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) G-23, 710 • Squill (Urginea maritima) G-23, 717 • St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) G-23, 719 Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) G-23, 735 Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) G-24, 750 Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum) G-24, 751 • Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) G-25, 783 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25, 788 Wild Cherry (Prunus serotina) 8io Wood Betony (Betonica officinalis) G-26, 825
ANTIARRHYTHMICS

Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) • Squill (Urginea maritima)
ANTICONVULSANTS

G-22, 672 G-23, 717

• Adonis (Adonis vernalis) . G-3, 5 Bishop's Weed (Ammi Visnaga) G-S, si Bitter Candytuft (Iberis amara) 84 • Camphor Tree (Cinnamomum camphora) G-7, 143 Digitalis Lanata (Digitalis lanata) 250 English Hawthorn (Crataegus laevigata) . G-10, 271 » Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria majalis) . G-ie, 475 Motherwort (Leonurus cardiaca) G-18, 524 Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) 631 Denotes recommendation by Commission E.

Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) G-7, 130 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11, 291 European Peony (Paeonia officinalis) G-11, 295 Fool's Parsley (Aethusa cynapium) G-12, 316 Giant Milkweed (Calotropis gigantea) 338 Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) G-13, 359 Groundsel (Senecio vulgaris) 374 Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria majalis) . G-ie, 475 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17, 500 Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) G-18, 530 Scullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora) G-22, 678 Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) 770 Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) G-25, 783 Yew (Taxus baccata) . . . G-26, 841
ANTIDEPRESSANTS

Basil (Ocimum basilicum) .G-4, 64 California Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) G-7, 140 Corydalis (Corydalis cava) . . . 226 Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) G-ie, 46i Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) G-18, 530 Nux Vomica (Strychnos nux vomica) G-IS, 547 Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata) G-19, 573 Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) . . . G-22, 668

T H E R A P E U T I C C A T E G O R Y INDEX

ANTIDIARRHEALS / 1-49

• St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) G-23, 719 Sweet Marjoram (Origanum majorana) G-24, 746
ANTIDIABETIC AGENTS

Triticum (Agropyron repens) G-25, 771 Wild Service Tree (Sorbus torminalis) 814
ANTIDIARRHEALS

Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) G-3, 12 Alpine Ragwort (Senecio nemorensis) 21 Bean Pod (Phaseolus vulgaris) G-4, 65 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) G-5, 75 Black Catnip (Phyllanthus amarits) 91 Centaury (Centaurium erythraea) G-8, 174 Cocoa (Theobroma cacao) G-8, 199 Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) G-9, 245 Divi-Divi (Caesalpinia bonducella) 253 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) G-11, 283 European Golden Rod (Solidago virgaurea) . . G-11, 289 Garlic (Allium sativum) . G-12, 327 German Sarsaparilla (Carex arenaria) 336 Goat's Rue (Galega officinalis) G-13, 353 Greek Sage (Salvia triloba) . . . 367 Guar Gum (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) 376 Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) • • •429 Mountain Ash Berry (Sorbus aucuparia) . . . .G-18, 525 Noni (Mdrinda citrifolia) .G-18, 544 Oats (Avena sativa) G-18, 551 Onion (Allium cepa) G-19, 557 Plantain (Musa paradisiacd) 597 Poley (Teucrium polium) 603 Reed Herb (Phragmites communis) 639 Stevia (Stevia rebaudiana) . . . . 727 Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) G-23, 729

Acacia (Acacia arabica) 3 • Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) G-3, 10 Alkanet (Alkanna tinctoria) G-3, 13 Amaranth (Amaranthus hypochondriacus) G-3, 22 American White Pond Lily (Nymphaea odorata) . . . G-3, 28 Angostura (Galipea officinalis) 34 Apple Tree (Malus domestica) G-4, 37 Arrowroot (Maranta arundinacea) 43 Bael (Aegle marmelos) 58 Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4, 61 Barley (Hordeum distichori) G-4, 63 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Bennet's Root (Geum urbanum) G-4, 71 • Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) G-5, 75 Bistort (Persicaria bistorta) G-5, 82 Black Catnip (Phyllanthus amarus) 91 Black Currant (Ribes nigrum) G-5, 94 • Blackberry (Rubus fruticosus) G-6, 104 Bog Bilberry (Vaccinium uliginosum) G-6, 111 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 Canadian Fleabane (Erigeron canadensis) . . G-7, 144 Carob (Ceratonia siliqua) G-7, I S I Carrageen (Chondrus crispus) 152 Cascarilla (Croton eluteria) . . . 156 Cat's Claw (Unicaria tomentosa) 160 Catechu (Acacia catechu) 163 * Denotes recommendation by Commission E.

Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8, 165 Cheken (Eugenia chequen) . . . 178 Chinese Cinnamon (Cinnamomum aromaticum) 182 Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) G-8, 190 » Cinquefoil (Potentilla erecta) G-8, 192 Cocoa (Theobroma cacao) G-8, 199 » Coffee (Coffea arabica) . . G-9, 202 Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) G-9, 212 Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) G-9, 221 Cranesbill (Geranium maculatum) 233 Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) G-9, 237 Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias) G-9, 242 Dogwood (Cornus florida) G-10, 256 Dragon's Blood (Daemonorops draco) 257 Elephant-Ears (Bergenia crassifolia) 268 Elm Bark (Ulmus minor) G-10, 269 European Five-Einger Grass (Potentilla rep tans) . . . G-II, 289 European Mistletoe (Viscum album.) G - I I , 291 False Schisandra (Kadsura japonica) 301 Fever Bark (Alstonia constricta) 305 Fool's Parsley (Aethusa cynapium) G-12, 316 Gambir (Uncaria species)? . . . .324 Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) G-13, 359 Great Burnet (Sanguisorba officinalis) G-13, 366 Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) G-13, 369 Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea) 372 Gum Arabic (Acacia Senegal) 378

1-50 / ANTIDIARRHEALS Herb Robert (Geranium robertianum) G-14, 393 Hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) G-14, 396 Horehound (Marrubium vulgare) G-14, 401 Hound's Tongue (Cynoglossum officinale) . . . .410 Houseleek (Sempervivum tectorum) G-14, 411 Jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus) G-15, 425 • Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) 429 • Lady's Mantle (Alchemilla vulgaris) G-15, 456 Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) G-16, 468 Logwood (Haematoxylon campechianum) 480 Loosestrife (Lysimachia vulgaris) G-16, 481 Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) G-16, 48i Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) 505 Matico (Piper elongatum) . . . . 509 Moneywort (Lysimachia nummularia) G-17, 520 Mountain Avens (Dryas octopetala) 526 Muira-Puama (Ptychopetalum olacoides) 531 Myrtle (Myrtus communis) G-IS, 53s Nerve Root (Cypripedium calceolus) 541 » Oak (Quercus robur) . . . G-18, 549 Oats (Avena sativa) G-18, 551 Pagoda Tree (Sophora japonica) 564 Pinus Bark (Tsuga canadensis) G-19, 594 Plantain (Musa paradisiaca) 597 Pomegranate (Punica granatum) G-20, 605 Potentilla (Potentilla anserina) G-20, 610 Psyllium (Plantago ovata) . . 612 • Psyllium Seed (Plantago afro) G-20, 616 Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) G-20, 620 Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) . . . 622 Quince (Cydonia oblongata) 625 Rhatany (Krameria triandra) 64i Rice (Oryza sativa) G-21, 643 Rue (Ruta graveolens) . . G-21, 648 Sage (Salvia officinalis) . G-21, 655 Salep (Orchis species) 657 Sandarac (Tetraclinis articulata) 660 Self-Heal (Prunella vulgaris) G-22, 681 Simaruba (Simaruba amara) 695 Sloe (Prunus spinosa) . . . G-22, 697 Smartweed (Persicaria hydropiper) 699 Sneezewort (Achillea ptarmica) 700 Southern Tsangshu (Atractylodes lanced) 706 Spanish-Chestnut (Castanea sativa) 708 Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) G-23, 735 Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) 770 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 • Uzara (Xysmalobium undulatum) 782 Water Avens (Geum rivale) G-25, 794 Water Germander (Teucrium scordium) 797 Wild Cherry (Prunus serotina) sio Wild Daisy (Bellis perennis) G-26, 811 Wild Mint (Mentha aquatica) G-26, 813 Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) G-26, 821 Wood Betony (Betonica officinalis) G-26, 825 Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) G-26, 833 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E.

PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES ANTIEMETICS Adrue (Cyperus articulatus) . G - 3 , 6 Almond (Prunus dulcis) 15 American Pawpaw (Asimina triloba) 27 Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) G-5, 75 Black Hellebore (Helleborus niger) G-5, 97 Black Horehound (Ballota nigra) G-5, 98 British Elecampane (Inula britannica) 119 California Peppertree (Schinus molle) 139 Carob (Ceratonia siliqua) G-7, 151 Cascarilla (Croton eluteria) . . . 156 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8, 165 Cola (Cola acuminata) 205 Common Kidney Vetch (Anthyllis vulneraria) . . G-9, 214 Gambir (Uncaria species) . . . .324 Giant Milkweed (Calotropis gigantea) 338 • Ginger (Zingiber officinale) G-12, 339 Green Hellebore (Helleborus viridis) 368 Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) G-13, 369 Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi) 433 Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) G-ie, 461 Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) G-16, 468 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17, 500 Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) G-18, 530 Peppermint (Mentha piperita) G-19, sso Sneezewort (Achillea ptarmica) 700 Sweet Vernal Grass (Anthoxanthum odoratum) . . G-24, 749 White Hellebore (Veratrum album) G-25, 803

THERAPEUTIC CATEGORY INDEX
ANTIFLATULENTS

ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AGENTS/1-51 Wormwood {Artemisia absinthium) G-26, 829 Yellow Gentian {Gentiana lutea) 836
ANTIFUNGALS

Adrue (Cyperus articulatus) G-3, 6 Alteris (Aletris farinosa) 11 Angelica {Angelica archangelica) G-3, 32 Basil {Ocimum basilicum) . G-4, 64 Bear's Garlic {Allium ursinum) 66 Caraway {Carum carvi) . . G-7, 148 Chinese Cinnamon {Cinnamomum aromaticum) 182 Curcuma {Curcuma xanthorrhizia) G-9, 239 English Horsemint {Mentha longifolia) G-IO, 275 Fennel {Foeniculum vulgare) G-II, 302 Galbanum {Ferula gummosa) 323 German Sarsaparilla {Carex arenaria) 336 Horehound {Marrubium vulgare) G-14, 401 Horsemint {Monarda punctata) 407 Japanese Mint {Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 Jatamansi {Nardostachys jatamansi) 433 Lemon Balm {Melissa officinalis) G-ie, 461 Lovage {Levisticum officinale) G-ie, 482 Masterwort {Peucedanum ostruthium) 507 Motherwort {Leonurus cardiaca) G-i8, 524 Oswego Tea {Monarda didyma) 562 Quinine {Cinchona pubescens) G-20, 626 Salep {Orchis species) 657 Sloe {Prunus spinosa) . .. G-22, 697 Sneezewort {Achillea ptarmica) 700 Spearmint {Mentha spicata) .G-23, 709 Turmeric {Curcuma domestica) 775 White Nettle {Lamium album) G-25, 806

Cornflower {Centaurea cyanus) G-9, 225 Mountain Laurel {Kalmia latifolia) G-18, 528
ANTIHYPERTENSIVE AGENTS

Hwema Bark {Corynanthe pachyceras)
ANTMNFECTIVES

412

Bistort {Persicaria bistorta) G-5, 82 Black Mustard {Brassica nigra) G-5, 100 Brazilian Pepper Tree {Schinus terebinthifolius) . . .117 Burning Bush {Dictamnus albus) G-7, 130 Butternut {Juglans cinerea) . . . 134 Calotropis {Calotropis procera) 141 Catechu {Acacia catechu) 163 Clematis {Clematis recta) . G-8, 194 Cocoa {Theobroma cacao) G-8, 199 Coconut Palm {Cocos nucifera) G-9, 201 • Colchicum {Colchicum autumnale) G-9, 206 Dog Rose {Rosa canina) G-10, 254 English Ivy {Hedera helix) G-IO, 27S Eucalyptus {Eucalyptus globulus) G-11, 283 Fumitory {Fumaria officinalis) G-12, 322 German Sarsaparilla {Carex arenaria) 336 Goa Powder {Andira araroba) 352 Gotu Kola {Centella asiatica) G-13, 359 Greek Sage {Salvia triloba) . . . 367 Guaiac {Guaiacum officinale) 375 Heartsease {Viola tricolor) . . . .382 Jack-in-the-Pulpit {Arisaema atrorubens) 426 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E.

Jequirity {Abrus precatorius) 435 Lily-of-the-Valley {Convallaria majalis) . G-ie, 475 Marsh Blazing Star {Liatris spicata) G-17, 503 Mountain Laurel {Kalmia latifolia) G-IS, 528 New Jersey Tea {Ceanothus americanus) . . . . 541 Oak Gall {Quercus infectoria) 550 Oats {Avena sativa) G-IS, 551 Oregano {Origanum vulgare) G-19, 559 Pasque Flower {Pulsatilla pratensis) 572 Peppermint {Mentha piperita) G-19, 580 Picrorhiza {Picrorhiza kurroa) 589 Pitcher Plant {Sarracenia purpurea) G-20, 596 Purple Gromwell {Lithospermum erytrorhizon) 619 Red Bryony {Bryonia cretica) 632 Sandalwood {Santalum album) 659 Sassafras {Sassafras albidum) G-21, 662 Sorrel {Rumex acetosa) 705 Spruce {Picea species) 714 Tea Tree {Melaleuca alternifolia) 757 Thuja {Thuja occidentalis) G-24, 759 Thyme {Thymus vulgaris) G-24, 761 Tree of Heaven {Ailanthus altissima) 770 Turmeric {Curcuma domestica) 775 Virola {Virola theiodora) 789 White Bryony {Bryonia alba) G-25, 800 Yellow Dock {Rumex CrispUS) 835
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AGENTS, SKIN AND MUCOUS MEMBRANE

• Agrimony {Agrimonia eupatoria)

G-3, 10

1-52/ANTI-INFLAMMATORY

AGENTS

PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S

• Arnica (Arnica montana) 4i • Brewer's Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) 118 • English Plantain (Plantago lanceolata) G-II, 278 • Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) G-11, 304 • Flax (Linum usitatissimum) G-12, 313 • German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . . G-12, 331 • Heartsease (Viola tricolor) . . . .382 • Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) 429 • Oak (Quercus robur) . . . G-IS, 549 • Oats (Avena sativa) G-IS, 551 • St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) G-23, 719 • Walnut (Juglans regia) . . G-25, 793
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AGENTS, SYSTEMIC

Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) . . . 575 Perilla (Perilla fructescens) . . . 583 • Psyllium (Plantago ovata) .. .612 • Soybean (Glycine soja) . . G-22, 707 Strophanthus (Strophanthus kombe) 736 Strophanthus Gratus (Strophanthus gratus) 736 Surinam Cherry (Eugenia unifloria) 742
ANTIMALARIAL AGENTS

Abscess Root (Polemonium reptans) G-3, 3 Barley (Hordeum distichon) G-4, 63 California Peppertree (Schinus molle) 139 Cape Aloe (Aloe ferox) 16 German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . . G-12, 331 Jack-in-the-Pulpit (Arisaema atrorubens) 426 Jacob's Ladder (Polemonium caeruleum) G-15, 427 Quince (Cydonia oblongata) 625 Sage (Salvia officinalis) . .G-21, 655 Strawberry (Fragaria G-23, 735 vesca)
ANTILIPEMIC AGENTS

Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4, 61 Black Catnip (Phyllanthus amarus) 91 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8, 165 Croton Seeds (Croton tiglium) 234 Fever Bark (Alstonia constricta) 305 Hwema Bark (Corynanthe pachyceras) 412 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17, 500 Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) G-17, 516 Neem (Antelaea azadirachta) G-IS, 539 Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) . . . 622 Quinine (Cinchona pubescens) G-20, 626 Simaruba (Simaruba amara) 695 Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) 770 Tulip Tree (Liriodendron tulipifera) 774 Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) G-26, 812
ANTIPANIC AGENTS •

Field Scabious (Knautia arvensis) G-11, 310 Houseleek (Sempervivum tectorum) G-14, 411 Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) . . . G-22, 668 Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) G-23, 710 Sweet Gale (Myrica gale) G-24, 745 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25, 788 Wheat (Triticum aestivum) . . . . 799
ANTIPSORIATIC AGENTS

Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) G-6, 101 Burdock (Arctium lappa) . G-7, 128 Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus species) 177 Goa Powder (Andira araroba) 352 Hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) G-14, 396 Mountain Grape (Mahonia aquifolium) G-IS, 527 Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) G-18, 528 Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) G-21, 633 Sarsaparilla (Smilax species) G-21, 661 Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) G-23, 741 Teazle (Dipsacus silvestris) G-24, 757
ANTIRHEUMATIC AGENTS

Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica)
ANTIPLATELET AGENTS

G-13, 359

Bilberry (Vaccinium G-5, 7 5 myrtillus) . . . .< Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) 228 Evening Primrose (Oenothera biennis) . . . G-11, 298 • Garlic (Allium sativum) . . G-12, 327 Guar Gum (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) 376

Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus)
ANTIPRURITICS

G-5, 75

Butcher's Broom (Ruscus aculeatus) G-7, 132 Evening Primrose (Oenothera biennis) . . . G-11, 298 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E.

Alpine Cranberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea) . American Bittersweet (Celastrus scandens) • Arnica (Arnica montana) Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) Basil (Ocimum basilicum) Behen (Moringa oleifera) • Birch (Betula species) Black Bryony (Tamus communis) Black Currant (Ribes nigrum) Black Mustard (Brassica nigra)

.G-3, 20 24 41 G-4, 61 G-4, 64 67 G-5, 78 G-5, 90 G-5, 94 G-5, 100

THERAPEUTIC CATEGORY INDEX Borage (Borago Elephant-Ears (Bergenia crassifolia) 268 officinalis) G-6, 114 English Ivy (Hedera Boxwood (Buxus helix) G-10, 275 sempervirens) G-6, 116 » Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus Brazilian Pepper Tree globulus) G-11, 283 (Schinus terebinthifolius) . . .117 European Golden Rod Bulbous Buttercup (Solidago virgaurea) . . G-11, 289 (Ranunculus bulbosus) 128 • European Mistletoe (Viscum Burning Bush (Dictamnus album) G-11, 291 albus) G-7, 130 European Peony (Paeonia Buttercup (Ranunculus officinalis) G-11, 295 acris) 133 Fever Bark (Alstonia • Cajuput (Melaleuca constricta) 305 leucadendrd) G-7, 136 Feverfew (Tanacetum Calamus (Acorus parthenium) G-11, 306 calamus) G-7, 138 Frankincense (Boswellia California Peppertree carteri) 319 (Schinus molle) 139 Fumitory (Fumaria Calotropis (Calotropis officinalis) G-12, 322 procera) 141 German Sarsaparilla (Carex • Camphor Tree arenaria) 336 (Cinnamomum Gotu Kola (Centella camphora) G-7, 143 asiatica) G-13, 359 Canella (Canella Goutweed (Aegopodium winterana) 147 podagraria) G-13, 361 • Cayenne (Capsicum Ground Ivy (Glechoma annuum) G-8, 165 hederacea) 372 Celery (Apium Ground Pine (Ajuga graveolens) G-8, 172 chamaepitys) G-13, 373 Chickweed (Stellaria • Guaiac (Guaiacum media) iso officinale) 375 Chinese Cinnamon Heather (Calluna (Cinnamomum vulgaris) G-13, 383 aromaticum) 182 Hemlock (Conium Chinese Olive (Canarium maculatum) G-13, 386 species) 184 Horse Chestnut (Aesculus Clematis (Clematis recta) G-8, 194 hippocastanum) G-i4, 403 Comfrey (Symphytum Horseradish (Armoracia officinale) G-9, 212 rusticana) G-14, 408 Cowhage (Mucuna Horsetail (Equisetum pruriens) 230 arvense) G-14, 409 Cumin (Cuminum Indian-Hemp (Apocynum cyminum) G-9, 237 cannabinum) 418 • Devil's Claw Iporuru (Alchornea (Harpagophytum floribunda) 424 procumbens) 247 Jack-in-the-Pulpit Dog Rose (Rosa canina) G-10, 254 (Arisaema atrorubens) 426 Duckweed (Lemna Jalap (Ipomoea purga) . . G-15, 427 minor) G-10, 258 Java Tea (Orthosiphon Dwarf Elder (Sambucus spicatus) 434 ebulus) 259 • Larch (Larix decidua) . . . G-15, 457 * Denotes recommendation by Commission E.

ANTIRHEUMATIC AGENTS/1-53 Laurel (Laurus nobilis) . . G-15, 459 Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) 466 Male Fern (Dryopteris filix-mas) G-17, 493 Manaca (Brunfelsia hopeana) 494 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17, 500 Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria) G-17, 511 Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) G-17, 515 Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) G-18, 521 Mountain Ash Berry (Sorbus aucuparia) . . . G-18, 525 Mullein (Verbascum densiflorum) G-18, 532 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) 543 Northern Prickly Ash (Zanthoxylum americanum) 545 Oats (A vena sativa) G-IS, 551 Oregano (Origanum vulgare) G-19, 559 Pellitory (Anacyclus Pyrethrum) 577 Poison Ivy (Rhus toxicodendron) eoo Poke (Phytolacca americana) G-20, 602 Pontian Rhododendron (Rhododendron ponticum) . . . 606 Poplar (Populus species) G-20, 607 Ragwort (Senecio jacobaea) G-20, 629 Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) 63i Red Bryony (Bryonia cretica) 632 • Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) G-21, 645 Rupturewort (Herniaria glabra) G-21, 650 Rust-Red Rhododendron (Rhododendron ferrugineum) 650 Sandarac (Tetraclinis articulata) 660

1-54/ANTIRHEUMATIC AGENTS

PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES

Sarsaparilla (Smilax species) Sassafras (Sassafras
albidum)

G-21, 66i
G-21, 662

Watercress (Nasturtium officinale) White Bryony (Bryonia
alba)

798
G-25, 800

Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22, 672 • Scotch Pine (Pinus species) G-22, 674 Scurvy Grass (Cochlearia officinalis) G-22, 679 Sesame (Sesamum orientale) 688 Short Buchu (Barosma betulina) 691 Smartweed (Persicaria hydropiper) 699 Sneezewort (Achillea ptarmica) 700 Soapwort (Saponaria officinalis) G-22, 701 Southern Tsangshu (Atractylodes lancea) 706 Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) G-23, 710 Spikenard (Aralia racemosa) G-23, 711 Spiny Rest Harrow (Ononis spinosa) G-23, 713 • Spruce (Picea species) 714 • Stinging Nettle (Urtica
dioica) G-23, 729

• White Fir (Abies alba) • White Mustard (Sinapis
alba)

802
G-25, 805

• White Willow (Salix species) G-25, 807 Wild Service Tree (Sorbus torminalis) 814 Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum) G-26, 815 Wild Yam (Dioscorea
villosa) G-26, 817

Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 Caraway (Carum carvi) . . G-7, i48 Carline Thistle (Carlina acaulis) 151 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8, 165 • Celandine (Chelidonium
majus) G-8, 169

Winter Cherry (Physalis alkekengi) Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens)
ANTISEBORRHEIC AGENTS

G-26, 819 820

Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) Teazle (Dipsacus silvestris) Thuja (Thuja occidentalis) Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) Triticum (Agropyron repens) Vervain (Verbena officinalis) Wafer Ash (Ptelea trifoliata)

G-23, 735 G-23, 741 G-24, 750 G-24, 754 G-24, 757 G-24, 759 G-24, 766 G-25, 771 G-25, 788 790

Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Birch (Betula species) G-5, 78 Heartsease (Viola tricolor) . . . . 382 Henna (Lawsonia inermis) G-14, 391 Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) G-17, 515 Mountain Grape (Mahonia aquifolium) G-i8, 527 Oats (Avena sativa) G-IS, 551 Peanut (A rachis hypogaea) . . . 575 Quillaja (Quillaja saponaria) G-20, 624 Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) 6-23, 729
ANTISPASMODICS

American Hellebore (Veratrum viride) 25 Angelica (Angelica archangelica) G-3, 32 Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4, 6i Belladonna (Atropa belladonna) G-4, 69 Bishop's Weed (Ammi Visnaga) G-5, 81 Black Horehound (Ballota nigra) G-5, 98 Boldo (Peumus boldus) . . G-6, 112 Burning Bush (Dictamnus
albus) G - 7 , 130

English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) G-10, 270 Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) G-11, 302 Fumitory (Fumaria officinalis) G-12, 322 German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . . .G-12, 331 Hemlock (Conium maculatum) G-13, 386 Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) G-14, 389 Hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) G-14, 396 Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) 429 Linden (Tilia species) . . . G-16, 477 Marigold (Calendula officinalis) G-17, 497 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17, 500 Muskmallow (Abelmoschus moschatus) 533 Ox-Eye Daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum) 563 Peppermint (Mentha piperita) G-19, 580 Quinine (Cinchona pubescens) G-20, 626 Scopolia (Scopolia carniolica) 67i Sloe (Prunus spinosa) . . . G-22, 697 Sumbul (Ferula sumbul) . .G-23, 738 Taumelloolch (Lolium temulentum) G-24, 756 Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) G-24, 761 Woundwort (Stachys palustris) 832 Yarrow (Achillea
millefolium) .G-26, 833

• Denotes recommendation by Commission E.

THERAPEUTIC CATEGORY INDEX
ANTITHYROID AGENTS

BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA / 1 - 5 5

Motherwort {Leonurus cardiaca)
ANTITUBERCULOSIS AGENTS

G-i8, 524

Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4, 61 Chickweed (Stellaria media) iso Elephant-Ears (Bergenia crassifolia) 268 European Golden Rod (Solidago virgaurea) . . G-11, 289 German Sarsaparilla (Carex arenaria) 336 Horehound (Marrubium vulgare) G-14, 401 Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) G-14, 409 Knotweed (Polygonum aviculare) G-15, 448 Myrtle (Myrtus communis) G-18, 536 Spruce (Picea species) 714 Wood Sage (Teucrium scorodonia) G-26, 826
ANTIVIRALS

• Brewer's Yeast (Sacch a romyces cerevisiae) California Peppertree (Schinus molle) Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) Celery (Apium graveolens) • Centaury (Centaurium erythraea) • Chicory' (Cichorium
intybus)

118 139 G-7, 149 G-8, 165 G-8, 172 G-8, 174
G-8, 181

Cat's Claw (Unicaria tomentosa) ieo Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) G-IS, 528 Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) . . . G-22, 668 Thuja (Thuja occidentalis) G-24, 759
APPETITE STIMULANTS

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Alteris (Aletris farinosa) 11 • Angelica (Angelica archangelica) G-3, 32 • Anise (Pimpinella anisum) G-3, 35 • Artichoke (Cynara scolymus) G-4, 44 Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4, ei Basil (Ocimum basilicum) G-4, 64 • Bitter Orange (Citrus aurantium) G-5, 86 • Blessed Thistle (Cnicus benedict us) G-6, 107 • Bog r>c." (Menyanthes trifoliata) G-6, 110

• Chinese Cinnamon (Cinnamomum aromaticum) 182 Chiretta (Swertia chirata) 187 • Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) G-8, 190 • Condurango (Marsdenia condurango) 216 • Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) G-9, 221 • Curcuma (Curcuma xanthorrhizia) G-9, 239 • Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) G-9, 245 • Devil's Claw (Harpagophytum procumbens) 247 Dogwood (Cornus florida) G-10, 256 • English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) G-10, 277 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus
globulus) G-11, 283

• Iceland Moss (Cetraria islandica) 415 • Juniper (Juniperus communis) G-15, 440 Larkspur (Delphinium consolida) G-15, 458 • Lesser Galangal (Alpinia officinarum) 467 Muira-Puama (Ptychopetalum olacoides) 531 Muskmallow (Abelmoschus moschatus) 533 Nux Vomica (Strychnos nux vomica) G-18, 547 • Onion (Allium cepa) G-19, 557 Petasites (Petasites hybridus) G-19, 585 Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) . . . 622 • Quinine (Cinchona pubescens) G-20, 626 Radish (Raphanus
SUtivUS) G-20, 628

• Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) G-11, 304 French Tarragon (Artemisia dracunculus) G-12, 320 • Ginger (Zingiber officinale) G-12, 339 Ginseng (Panax ginseng) 346 Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) G-14, 394 Hops (Humulus lupulus) . G-14, 400 • Horehound (Marrubium vulgare) G-14, 401 * Denotes recommendation by Commission E.

• Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) G-21, 645 • Sage (Salvia officinalis) . G-21, 655 Senburi (Swertia japonica) . . . . 682 Skirret (Sium sisarum) . . G-22, 696 Sneezewort (Achillea ptarmica) 700 Spinach (Spinacia oleracea) G-23, 712 • Star Anise (Illicium verum) G-23, 725 • Sweet Orange (Citrus sinensis) G-24, 747 Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) G-24, 754 Watercress (Nasturtium officinale) 798 • Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) G-26, 829 • Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) G-26, 833 • Yellow Gentian (Gentiana lutea) 836
APPETITE SUPPRESSANTS

Cola (Cola acuminata) Dwarf Elder (Sambucus ebulus)

205 259

BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA (BPH) THERAPY

African Potato (Hypoxis rooperi)

7

1 - 5 6 / B E N I G N PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA

PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S

European Golden Rod (Solidago virgaurea) . . .0-11, 289 Heather (Calluna vulgaris) G-13, 383 • Pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo) G-20, 618 • Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens) G-21, 664 • Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) G-23, 729
BOWEL EVACUANTS

Aloe (Aloe barbadensis; Aloe capensis; Aloe vera) G-3, 16 Amargo (Quassia amara) . G-3, 23 Baneberry (Actaea spicata) . . . 60 Buckthorn (Rhamnus catharticus) G-6, 123 Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana) G-7, 153 Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) G-7, 158 Chinese Rhubarb (Rheum palmatum) G-8, 185 Croton Seeds (Croton tiglium) 234 Dyer's Broom (Genista tinctoria) G-10, 260 Frangula (Rhamnus frangula) G-12, 317 Lycium Berries (Lycium barbarum) 487 Mexican Scammony Root (Ipomoea orizabensis) 514 Mountain Flax (Linum catharticum) 526 Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) 652 Sloe (Prunus spinosa) .. . G-22, 697
BURN PREPARATIONS

English Ivy (Hederq helix) G-10, 275 Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) G-14, 409 Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) G-22, 680 Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) 757
CALCIUM OXALATE STONE PREVENTION

Alpine Cranberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea) . . G-3, 20

• Stinging Nettle (Urtica Arenaria Rubra dioica) G-23, 729 (Spergularia rubra) 39 Stone Root (Collinsonia • Asparagus (Asparagus canadensis) G-23, 733 officinalis) G-4, 52 Strawberry (Fragaria • Bean Pod (Phaseolus vesca) G-23, 735 vulgaris) G-4, 65 Wood Betony (Betonica • Birch (Betula species) G-5, 78 Officinalis) G-26, 825 Black Currant (Ribes nigrum) G-5, 94 CARDIOVASCULAR AGENTS • Canadian Golden Rod Alpine Ragwort (Senecio (Solidago canadensis) 145 nemorensis) 21 Celery (Apium Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 graveolens) G-8, 172 As arum (Asa rum Centaury (Centaurium europaeum) 48 erythraea) G-8, 174 Astragalus (Astragalus Cleavers (Galium aparine) . . . . 193 species) 54 Dandelion (Taraxacum Bear's Garlic (Allium officinale) G-9, 245 ursinum) 66 Dyer's Broom (Genista Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 tinctoria) G-10, 260 Bishop's Weed (Ammi Eryngo (Eryngium Visnaga) G-5, si campestre) G-11, 282 Bitter Candytuft (Iberis • European Golden Rod amara) 84 (Solidago virgaurea) . . G-11, 289 Black Catnip (Phyllanthus Ground Ivy (Glechoma amarus) 91 hederacea) 372 Bladderwrack (Fucus Herb Robert (Geranium vesiculosus) 106 robertianum) G-14, 393 Brown Kelp (Macrocystis • Horsetail (Equisetum pyrifera) 122 arvense) G-14, 409 Buckwheat (Fagopyrum Hydrangea (Hydrangea esculentum) G-6, 124 arborescens) G-14, 413 Calamus (Acorus • Java Tea (Orthosiphon calamus) G-7, 138 spicatus) 434 • Camphor Tree • Lovage (Levisticum (Cinnamomum officinale) G-16, 482 camphora) G-7, 143 Madder (Rubia Cayenne (Capsicum tinctorum) G-16, 490 annuum) = . . . G-8, 165 » Parsley (Petroselinum Celandine (Chelidonium crispum) G-19, 567 majus) G-8, 169 Parsley Piert (Aphanes Centaury (Centaurium arvensis) 570 erythraea) G-8, 174 Petasites (Petasites Cheken (Eugenia chequen) . . . 178 hybridus) G-19, 585 Common Stonecrop (Sedum Pimpinella (Pimpinella acre) 215 major) G-19, 591 Coriander (Coriandrum Pontian Rhododendron sativum) G-9, 221 (Rhododendron ponticum) . .. 606 Cowslip (Primula veris) 231 Scotch Broom (Cytisus Digitalis (Digitalis scoparius) G-22, 672 purpurea) . G-10, 248 Spiny Rest Harrow (Ononis • English Hawthorn spinosa) G-23, 713 (Crataegus laevigata^* . G-IO, 271 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E.

T H E R A P E U T I C C A T E G O R Y INDEX

COUGH & COLD P R O D U C T S / I - 5 7

English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) G-IO, 277 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) 0-11, 291 Fumitory (Fumaria officinalis) G-12, 322 • Garlic (Allium sativum) . . G-12, 327 • Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) . G-12, 342 Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) G-13, 359 Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) G-14, 394 Indian Squill (Urginea indica) 421 Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 Kombe Seed (Strophanthus hispidus) 450 Lactucarium (Lactuca virosa) 453 • Larch (Larix decidua) . . . G-15, 457 Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) G-16, 461 • Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria majalis) . G-16, 475 Lycium Bark (Lycium chinense) 486 Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) G-16, 488 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17, 500 Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) G-18, 521 Motherwort (Leonurus cardiaca) G-18, 524 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) 543 Northern Prickly Ash (Zanthoxylum americanum) 545 Nux Vomica (Strychnos nux vomica) G-18, 547 Oats (Avena sativa) G-i8, 551 Oleander (Nerium oleander) G-19, 555 Onion (Allium cepa) G-19, 557 Pontian Rhododendron (Rhododendron ponticum) . .. eoe Raspberry (Rubus idaeus) G-21, 630

• Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) 631 • Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) G-21, 645 Rust-Red Rhododendron (Rhododendron ferrugineum) eso Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) 652 • Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22, 672 • Scotch Pine (Pinus species) G-22, 674 Scotch Thistle (Onopordum acanthium) G-22, 678 • Squill (Urginea maritima) G-23, 717 Stevia (Stevia rebaudiana) . . . . 727 Strophanthus (Strophanthus kombe) 736 Strophanthus Gratus (Strophanthus gratus) 736 Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum) G-24, 751 Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) 770 Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) G-25, 783 Wallflower (Cheiranthus cheiri) G-25, 792 Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) G-26, 821 Wood Sage (Teucrium scorodonia) G-26, 826
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM STIMULANTS

Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) Guarana (Paullinia cupana) Gum Arabic (Acacia senegat) Khat (Catha edulis) Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum)
CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITORS

G-13, 369 . . . 376 378 447 G-i6, 488 G-17, 516

Snowdrop nivalis)

(Galanthus 700

COGNITIVE ENHANCING AGENTS

• Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) . G-12, 342
COLD & COUGH PRODUCTS WITH ANALGESICS

Basil (Ocimum basilicum)

G-4, 64

CONTRACEPTIVES (See under Oral contraceptives)
COUGH & COLD PRODUCTS

Areca Nut (Areca catechu) G-4, 38 Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) G-7, 130 Contrayerva (Dorstenia contrayerva) 218 Copaiba Balsam (Copaifera langsdorfff) 220 Fever Bark (Alstonia constricta) 305 Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) G-11, 306 Grains-of-Paradise (Aframomum melegueta) G-13, 362 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E.

• Angelica (Angelica archangelica) • Anise (Pimpinella anisum) • Arnica (Arnica montana) Arum (Arum maculatum) Black Currant (Ribes nigrum) Black Hellebore (Helleborus niger) • Brewer's Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) • Camphor Tree (Cinnamomum camphora) Carline Thistle (Carlina acaulis) Catnip (Nepeta cataria) .. Cherry Laurel (Prunus laurocerasus) Clove (Syzygium aromaticum) Colt's Foot (Tussilago farfara) Coral Root (Corallorhiza odontorhiza) Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens)

G-3, 32 G-3, 35 41 46 G-5, 94 G-5, 97

118

G-7, 143 151 G-8, 164 G-8, 179 G-8, 195 G-9, 209 220 G-9, 221 G-9, 241

138 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 Catechu (Acacia catechu) 163 • Clove (Syzygium aromaticum) G-8. . 674 DECONGESTANTS. 278 • European Elder (Sambucus nigra) G-11. 697 Sneezewort (Achillea ptarmica) 700 Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) 757 Water Dock (Rumex aquaticus) 795 Winter's Bark (Drimys winteri) 820 Wood Sorrel (Oxalis acetosella) 827 DEODORANTS Scotch Pine (Pinus species) G-22. . 493 Mastic Tree (Pistacia lentiscus) G-17. . 477 Luff a (Luffa aegyptica) . G-19. 750 • Tolu Balsam (Myroxylon balsamum) G-24. 369 Groundsel (Senecio vulgaris) 374 Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) G-14. G-22.G-15. 655 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. 287 Garlic (Allium sativum) . 201 Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) G-9. 812 DECONGESTANTS & COMBINATIONS PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . 805 Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) G-26. . G-11. 195 Coconut Palm (Cocos nucifera) G-9. 648 Sage (Salvia officinalis) . 674 Sloe (Prunus spinosa) .591 • Radish (Raphanus SativUS) G-20. 331 Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffd) G-14. 743 odorata) DENTAL PREPARATIONS Acacia (Acacia arabica) 3 Alpine Ragwort (Senecio nemorensis) 21 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) ios Brooklime (Veronica beccabunga) G-6. 697 Southern Bayberry (Myrica cerifera) G-22. 327 • German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . 711 • Spruce (Picea species) 714 Sweet Marjoram (Origanum majorana) G-24. G-22. G-16. . 261 • English Plantain (Plantago lanceolata) G-11. . G-10. G-IS. . G-21. . G-16. 628 • Scotch Pine (Pinus species) G-22. 764 Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) G-24. G-21. 705 Spikenard (Aralia racemosa) G-23. . . 457 Lemon (Citrus limon) 460 Lesser Galangal (Alpinia officinarum) 467 Linden (Jilia species) . 483 • Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria) G-17. . 809 Arrowroot (Maranta arundinacea) 43 . 771 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. 679 Sloe (Prunus spinosa) . G-12. 746 Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) G-24. 580 Pimpinella (Pimpinella major) . . 212 English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) G-10. 121 Calamus (Aco>us calamus) G-7. 557 Pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium) 579 • Peppermint (Mentha piperita) G-19. 620 Rue (Ruta graveolens) . 270 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) G-11.1-58/COUGH & COLD PRODUCTS Daffodil (Narcissus pseudonarcissus) 243 Dog Rose (Rosa canina) G-10. 283 European Five-Finger Grass (Potentilla reptans) . . 511 New Jersey Tea (Ceanothus americanus) . . EXPECTORANTS & COMBINATIONS Sweet Cicely (Myrrhis G-24. 761 Wild Carrot (Daucus carota) DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS G-25. . 515 Oak Gall (Quercus infectoria) 550 Pellitory (Anacyclus Pyrethrum) 577 Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) G-20. 766 Triticum (Agropyron repens) G-25. 549 • Onion (Allium cepa) G-19. 672 Scurvy Grass (Cochlearia officinalis) G-22. 261 • Echinacea Pallida (Echinacea pallida) 261 • Echinacea Purpurea (Echinacea purpurea) . 389 Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) 466 Lycium Bark (Lycium chinense) 486 Male Fern (Dryopteris filix-mas) G-17. 289 Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 394 Hwema Bark (Corynanthe pachyceras) 412 • Iceland Moss (Cetraria islandica) 415 • Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 • Larch (Larix decidua) . . G-12. . 254 Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) . . . . . G-12. 331 Giant Milkweed (Calotropis gigantea) 338 Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) G-13. 788 • White Mustard (Sinapis alba) G-25. . . 508 Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) G-17. 541 • Oak (Quercus robur) . Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) DEPIGMENTING AGENTS G-24.

112 • Dandelion (Taraxacum • Brewer's Yeast officinale) G-9. 238 • Blessed Thistle (Cnicus • Curcuma (Curcuma benedictus) G-6. 302 Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) G-11. 138 Aloe (Aloe barbadensis. . 110 europaeum) 240 • Boldo (Peumus boldus) . 103 githago) 222 Bladderwrack (Fucus Cup Plant (Silphium vesiculosus) 106 perfoliatum) G-9. 325 German Ipecac (Cynanchum vincetoxicum) 335 Germander (Teucrium chamaedrys) G-12. 59 (Cinnamomum Barberry (Berberis aromaticum) 182 vulgaris) G-4. 277 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) G-11. 156 Apple Tree (Malus Cayenne (Capsicum domestica) G-4. . . 275 • English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) G-10. 190 Basil (Ocimum basilicum) G-4. 86 sativum) G-9. 165 Arrowroot (Maranta • Centaury (Centaurium arundinacea) 43 erythraea) G-8.THERAPEUTIC CATEGORY INDEX DIGESTIVE AIDS / I . 26 acaulis) 151 • Angelica (Angelica Carob (Ceratonia arckangelica) G-3. 32 siliqua) G-7. G-14. 269 English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) G-10. Dragon's Blood (Daemonorops draco) 257 Dyer's Broom (Genista tinctoria) G-IO. 221 Black Pepper (Piper Corn Cockle (Agrostemma nigrum) G-6. 321 Galbanum (Ferula gummosa) 323 Gamboge (Garcinia hanburyi) G-12. 239 • Bog Bean (Menyanthes Cyclamen (Cyclamen trifoliata) G-6. 389 Hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) G-14. 71 ilicifolia) 218 Bistort (Persicaria Coolwort (Tiarella bistorta) G-3. 37 annuum) G-8. . 64 Colombo (Jateorhiza Bear's Garlic (Allium palmata) 208 ursinum) 66 • Condurango (Marsdenia Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 condurango) 216 Bennet's Root (Geum Congorosa (Maytenus urbanum) G-4. 148 Alteris (Aletris farinosa) 11 • Cardamom (Elettaria American Ivy cardamomum) G-7. Aloe procera) 141 vera) G-3. G-7.. 130 Calamus (Acorus Adrue (Cyperus articulatus) G-3. 358 Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) G-13. . 337 Giant Milkweed (Calotropis gigantea) 338 • Ginger (Zingiber officinale) G-12. 369 Guar Gum (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) 376 • Haronga (Haronga madagascariensis) 380 Hartstongue (Scolopendrium vulgare) . 306 Frostwort (Helianthemum canadense) G-12. . 339 Goldthread (Coptis trifolia) .178 scolymus) G-4. . . 174 Artichoke (Cynara Cheken (Eugenia chequen) . . 107 xanthorrhizia) G-9. Calotropis (Calotropis Aloe capensis.5 9 Jujube (Zyzyphus jujube) DIGESTIVE AIDS 439 Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) G-7. 6 calamus) G-7.. 397 Honeysuckle (Lonicera caprifolium) 399 . i8i foetida) 47 • Chinese Cinnamon Balmony (Chelone glabra) G-4. 396 Holly (Ilex aquifolium) . 151 Anise (Pimpinella anisum) G-3. 125 graveolens) G-10. 61 Chiretta (Swertia chirata) 187 Barley (Hordeum • Cinnamon (Cinnamomum distichon) G-4. 63 verum) G-8. 82 cordifolia) G-9. 44 • Chicory (Cichorium Asa Foetida (Ferula intybus) G-8. . 149 (Parthenocissus Carline Thistle (Carlina quinquefolia) G-3. G-6. 35 Cascarilla (Croton eluteria) . 270 English Horsemint (Mentha longifolia) G-IO. 245 (Saccharomyces • Devil's Claw cerevisiae) 118 (Harpagophytum Broom Corn (Sorghum procumbens) 247 vulgare) 121 • Dill (Anethum Bugle (Ajuga reptans) . 260 Elecampane (Inula helenium) G-10. 219 • Bitter Orange (Citrus • Coriander (Coriandrum aurantium) G-5. 283 • Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) G-11. 381 • Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) G-14. 16 Caraway (Carum carvi) . G-6. 266 Elm Bark (Ulmus minor) G-IO. 252 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. .

G-22. 743 Sweet Gale (Myrica gale) G-24. 460 Lemon Verbena (Aloysia triphylla) 463 • Lesser Galangal (Alpinia officinarum) 467 Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) G-ie. 401 Horsemint (Monarda punctata) 407 Horseradish (Armoracia rusticana) G-14.622 Quince (Cydonia oblongata) 625 • Quinine (Cinchona pubescens) G-20. s i e Myrrh (Commiphora molmol) G-18. 628 Reed Herb (Phragmites communis) 639 • Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) G-21. 534 Noni (Morinda citrifolia) G-18. 829 • Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) G-26..1-60 /DIGESTIVE AIDS • Horehound (Marrubium vulgare) G-14. 626 • Radish (Raphanus SatiVUS) G-20. SIS Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens) 820 Wood Sorrel (Oxalis acetosella) 827 • Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) G-26. 761 Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) G-24. 796 Watercress (Nasturtium officinale) 798 • White Nettle (Lamium album) G-25. . 733 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 682 Skirret (Sium sisarum) . 648 Saffron (Crocus sativus) . 545 • Onion (Allium cepa) G-19. 794 Water Fennel (Oenanthe aquatica) G-25. 846 DIGESTIVE ENZYMES • Haronga (Haronga madagascariensis) 380 Papaya (Carica papaya) . 809 Wild Cherry (Prunus serotina) 810 Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum) G-26. . G-21. 697 Spearmint (Mentha spicata) G-23. 646 Rue (Ruta graveolens) . 571 Pear (Pyrus communis) 577 Pellitory (Anacyclus Pyrethrum) 577 Pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium) 579 • Peppermint (Mentha piperita) G-19. 594 Pitcher Plant (Sarracenia purpurea) G-20. . ses Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) G-19. G-21. 580 Pimpinella (Pimpinella major) G-19. . 747 Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) G-24. 544 Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) . 766 Turkey Corn (Dicentra cucullaria) 775 • Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. 709 St. . . sso Oregano (Origanum vulgare) G-19._ G-18. 833 • Yellow Gentian (Gentiana lutea) 836 Yellow Toadflax (Linaria vulgaris) 840 Zedoary (Curcuma zedoaria) G-26. G-19. G-19. . 567 Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) G-19. G-21. . . ess Salep (Orchis species) 657 Scurvy Grass (Cochlearia officinalis) G-22. 679 Senburi (Swertia japonica) . 591 Pineapple (Ananas comosus) 593 Pinus Bark (Tsuga canadensis) G-19. 725 Stillingia (Stillingia sylvatica) 729 Stone Root (Collinsonia canadensis) G-23. . 408 • Iceland Moss (Cetraria islandica) 415 • Immortelle (Helichrysum arenarium) 417 Indian Nettle (Acalypha indica) 419 Indian Physic (Gillenia trifoliata) 421 Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) 429 Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi) 433 Jewel Weed (Impatiens biflora) 436 Lavender Cotton (Santolina chamaecyparissias) . 645 Rosinweed (Silphium laciniatum) G-21. 653 Sage (Salvia officinalis) . 745 • Sweet Orange (Citrus sinensis) G-24. . 719 Star Anise (Illicium verum) G-23. 5S7 Opium Antidote (Combretum micranthum) . John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) G-23. . 565 Petasites (Petasites hybridus) G-19. 696 Sloe (Prunus spinosa) . 482 Magnolia (Magnolia glauca) 490 Masterwort (Peucedanum ostruthium) 507 • Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) G-17. 585 . 5S9 Oswego Tea (Monarda didyma) 562 Papaya (Carica papaya) . G-23. 48i Lovage (Levisticum officinale) G-ie. . . G-22. G-16. 806 Wild Carrot (Daucus carota) G-25. 791 Water Avens (Geum rivale) G-25. . PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Swamp Milkweed (Asclepias incarnata) . 596 Plantain (Musa paradisiaca) 597 Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) . 788 Wahoo (Euonymus atropurpurea) G-25.

. 477 Marigold (Calendula officinalis) G-17. 440 Knotweed (Polygonum axiculare) G-15. 172 Cheken (Eugenia chequen) . 508 Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria) G-17. 672 Scurvy Grass (Cochlearia officinalis) G-22. . .G-16. G-7. G-14. 64 Bean Pod (Phaseolus vulgaris) G-4. 458 Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria majalis) . G-16. 591 Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) 63i Sarsaparilla (Smilax species) G-21. . 140 Chinese Cinnamon (Cinnamomum aromaticum) 182 False Schisandra (Kadsura japonica) 301 • Pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo) \ . 128 Canadian Fleabane (Erigeron canadensis) . G-7. 735 Sweet Clover (Melilotus officinalis) G-24. 123 Burdock (Arctium lappa) . 448 Lady's Bedstraw (Galium verum) G-15. . 527 ENURESIS MANAGEMENT California Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) G-7. 266 Garden Cress (Lepidium sativum) G-12. . 744 Sweet Marjoram (Origanum majorana) G-24. 511 Mercury Herb (Mercurialis annua) G-17. 438 Mountain Grape (Mahonia aquifolium) G-IS. G-4. G-19. eei Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. 618 ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION THERAPY Asiatic Dogwood (Cornus officinalis) \ Chinese Cinnamon (Cinnamomum aromaticum) Ginseng (Panax ginseng) Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla pratensis) 51 182 346 572 . 52 Astragalus (Astragalus species) 54 Basil (Ocimum basilicum) . 220 Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus) G-9. 503 Martagon (Lilium martagon) 506 Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) G-17. G-20. 225 Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) G-9. 679 Short Buchu (Barosma betulina) 69i • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 567 Parsley PierP (Aphanes arvensis) 570 Pear (Pyrus communis) 577 Pimpinella (Pimpinella major) G-19. 144 Cat's Foot (Antennaria dioica) G-S. 475 Linden (Tilia species) . 746 Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum) G-24. 791 Water Fennel (Oenanthe aquatica) G-25.178 Cleavers (Galium aparine) . 513 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) 543 Olive (Olea europaea) . 65 Buckthorn (Rhamnus catharticus) G-6. 819 EMOLLIENTS & MOISTURIZERS Avocado (Persea americana) 57 Jojoba (Simmondsia chinesis) G-15. 389 Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) G-14. 397 Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) G-14. 12 Angelica (Angelica archangelica) G-3. 788 Wahoo (Euonymus atropurpurea) G-25. 800 Winter Cherry (Physalis alkekengi) G-26. . 754 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. G-22. . 194 Copaiba Balsam (Copaifera langsdorffi) . G-8. 751 Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) G-24. 409 Immortelle (Helichrysum arenarium) 417 Indian-Hemp (Apocynum cannabinum) 418 Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) 429 Juniper (Juniperus communis) G-IS. 254 Elecampane (Inula helenium) G-10. 394 Holly (Ilex aquifolium) . G-4. 32 Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) . 353 Hempnettle (Galeopsis segetum) G-13. 455 Larkspur (Delphinium consolida) G-15. 50 Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) G-4. 162 Celery (Apium graveolens) G-8. 796 White Bryony (Bryonia alba) G-25. Sloe (Prunus spinosa) . 697 Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) G-23. 193 Clematis (Clematis recta) . 245 Dog Rose (Rosa canina) G-IO. 497 Marsh Blazing Star (Liatris spicata) G-17. . . 503 Marsh Marigold (Caltha palustris) G-17.6 1 Pineapple (Ananas comosus) DIURETIC AGENTS 593 Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) G-3. . .THERAPEUTIC CATEGORY INDEX ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION THERAPY / I . 326 German Ipecac (Cynanchum vincetoxicum) 335 German Sarsaparilla (Carex arenaria) 336 Goat's Rue (Galega officinalis) G-13. 556 Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) G-19.

534 Oregano (Origanum vulgare) G-19. 520 Myrrh (Commiphora molmol) G-18. 5 American Liverleaf (Hepatica nobilis) 26 • Anise (Pimpinella anisum) . . .G-10. 339 Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) G-14. . . 111 • Boldo (Peumus boldus) . 35 Artichoke (Cynara scolymus) G-4. 825 FEVER REDUCERS • Echinacea Purpurea (Echinacea purpurea) . . 89 Black Bryony (Tamus communis) G-5.410 Ipecac (Cephaelis ipecacuanha) 423 Linden (Tilia species) . 75 Birthwort (Aristolochia clematitis) G-S. . . G-15. 138 California Peppertree (Schinus molle) 139 Canella (Canella winterana) 147 Cape Aloe (Aloe ferox) 16 Caraway (Carum carvi) . 162 Catechu (Acacia catechu) 163 Catnip (Nepeta cataria) . 492 Moneywort (Lysimachia nummularia) G-17. 796 Wild Daisy (Bellis perennis) G-26. 750 Water Fennel (Oenanthe aquatica) G-25. 83 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 101 Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) G-6.3 . 94 Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) G-6. . . 701 Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) G-24. . 112 Burdock (Arctium lappa) . 557 • Peppermint (Mentha piperita) G-19. G-4. 128 Burr Marigold (Bidens tripartita) G-7. . 157 Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) G-7. 511 • Onion (Allium cepa) G-19. 477 Malabar Nut (Justicia adhatoda) G-17. G-7. . . . 44 Asa Foetida (Ferula foetida) 47 Baneberry (Actaea spicata) . 107 Bog Bilberry (Vaccinium uliginosum) G-6. 165 • Celandine (Chelidonium majUS) G-8. 580 • Scotch Pine (Pinus species) G-22. G-16. 74 Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) G-5. 169 Celery (Apium graveolens) G-8. 261 • English Plantain (Plantago lanceolata) G-11. S I S Wood Betony (Betonica officinalis) G-26. 674 • Spruce (Picea species) 714 GASTRITIS AIDS Cat's Claw (Unicaria tomentosa) GASTROINTESTINAL AGENTS 160 • Angelica (Angelica archangelica) • Arnica (Arnica montana) • Echinacea Pallida (Echinacea pallida) G-3. SO Bitter Apple (Citrullus colocynthis) G-5.843 Ammoniac Gum (Dorema ammoniacum) 29 Betel Nut (Piper betle) . . 287 • German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . 811 Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum) G-26.1-62/ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION THERAPY PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Yohimbe Bark (Pausinystalia yohimbe) EXPECTORANTS . . . . 149 Cashew (Anacardium occidentale) G-7. Black Alder (Alnus glutinosa) G-5. G . . 225 Cowslip (Primula veris) 231 Ginger (Zingiber officinale) G-12. . G-6. 134 Calamus (Acorus calamus) G-7. G-4. G-S. 559 Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) 652 Seneca Snakeroot (Polygala senega) 683 Soapwort (Saponaria officinalis) G-22.60 Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4. . .134 Cabbage (Brassica oleracea) G-7. 457 • Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria) G-17. 32 41 261 Acacia (Acacia arabica) 3 Adam's Needle (Yucca filamentosa) 4 Adonis (Adonis vernalis) . 74 Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) 108 Chinese Olive (Canarium species) 184 Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus) G-9. G-7. 331 Hwema Bark (Corynanthe pachyceras) 412 • Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 • Larch (Larix decidua) . 278 • European Elder (Sambucus nigra) G-11. . 103 Black Root (Leptandra virginica) 104 Blessed Thistle (Cnicus benedictus) G-6. 131 Butcher's Broom (Ruscus aculeatus) G-7. 148 • Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) G-7. 90 Black Currant (Ribes nigrum) G-5. . 69 Betel Nut (Piper betle) . 132 Butternut (Juglans cinerea) . . 164 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8. 61 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Belladonna (Atropa belladonna) G-4. 74 Beth Root (Trillium erectum) G-4. 394 Hound's Tongue (Cynoglossum officinale) . . G-3. G-12. 172 Chickweed (Stellaria media) 180 . 158 Cat's Foot (Antennaria dioica) G-a.

G-12. 252 Elecampane {Inula helenium) G-10. 367 Ground Ivy {Glechoma hederacea) 372 Groundsel {Senecio vulgaris) 374 • Haronga {Haronga madagascariensis) 380 Heather {Calluna vulgaris) G-13. 245 • Devil's Claw {Harpagophytum procumbens) 247 Digitalis {Digitalis purpurea) G-10. 485 Mandrake {Mandragora officinarum) G-17. 409 • Hyssop {Hyssopus officinalis) G-15. 388 • Henbane {Hyoscyamus niger) G . 396 Hollyhock {Alcea rosea) . 212 Common Kidney Vetch {Anthyllis vulneraria) . . 331 German Sarsaparilla {Carex arenaria) 336 Germander {Teucrium chamaedrys) G-12.324 German Chamomile {Matricaria recutita) .G-11. 403 Horseradish {Armoracia rusticana) G-14. ISI Chinese Olive {Canarium species) 184 Cinquefoil (Potentilla erecta) G-8.THERAPEUTIC CATEGORY INDEX GASTROINTESTINAL AGENTS/1-63 Chicory {Cichorium intybus) G-8. 391 Herb Robert {Geranium robertianum) G-14. 393 High Mallow {Malva sylvestris) G-14. . 192 Colombo {Jateorhiza palmata) 208 Comfrey {Symphytum officinale) 0-9. 310 Flax {Linum usitatissimum) G-12. Horse Chestnut {Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. 275 Field Scabious {Knautia arvensis) G-11. 389 English Lavender {Lavandula angustifolia) . . 283 European Golden Rod {Solidago virgaurea) . 465 Lesser Galangal {Alpinia officinarum) 467 • Licorice {Glycyrrhiza glabra) c-ie. 214 Common Stonecrop {Sedum acre) 215 Condurango {Marsdenia condurango) 216 Congorosa {Maytenus ilicifolia) 218 Cornflower {Centaurea cyanus) G-9. 477 Lungwort {Pulmonaria officinalis) G-16. . 398 • Horehound {Marrubium vulgare) G-14. G-ie. 469 Linden {Tilia species) . 497 Marijuana {Cannabis sativa) G-17. 277 G-11. 408 Horsetail {Equisetum arvense) G-14. 321 • Fumitory {Fumaria officinalis) G-12. 337 Goutweed {Aegopodium podagraria) G-13.1 4 . 266 Elephant-Ears {Bergenia crassifolia) 268 English Ivy {Hedera helix) G-10. G-14. 248 Dill {Anethum graveolens) G-10. 395 Hogweed {Heracleum sphondylium) G-14. . 427 Jambolan {Syzygium cumini) 429 Japanese Atractylodes {Atractylodes japonica) 430 • Japanese Mint {Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 Khat {Catha edulis) 447 Lady Fern {Athyrium filix-femina) G-15. 322 Gambir {Uncaria species) . . . . 316 Fringetree {Chionanthus virginicus) G-12. G-13. 295 Henna {Lawsonia inermis) G-14. 313 Fool's Parsley {Aethusa cynapium) G-12. 361 Great Burnet {Sanguisorba officinalis) G-13. 239 • Dandelion {Taraxacum officinale) G-9. . . 495 Marigold {Calendula officinalis) G-17. 461 Lemon Verbena {Aloysia triphylla) 463 Lemongrass {Cymbopogon citratus) G-ie. 414 • Immortelle {Helichrysum arenarium) 417 Indian Physic {Gillenia trifoliata) 421 Ipecac {Cephaelis ipecacuanha) 423 Jack-in-the-Pulpit {Arisaema atrorubens) 426 Jalap {Ipomoea purga) . 456 Lemon Balm {Melissa officinalis) G-16. G-9. 289 European Peony {Paeonia officinalis) G-II. 383 Hedge Mustard {Sisymbrium officinale) 384 Hedge-Hyssop {Gratiola officinalis) G-13. . . 454 Lady's Mantle {Alchemilla vulgaris) G-15. 500 Marshmallow {Althaea officinalis) 505 Masterwort {Peucedanum ostruthium) 507 . 401 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. Eucalyptus {Eucalyptus globulus) G-10. 385 Hemp Agrimony {Eupatorium cannabinum) G-13. 366 Greater Bindweed {Calystegia sepium) . 225 Cranesbill {Geranium maculatum) 233 Croton Seeds {Croton tiglium) 234 Cubeb {Piper cubeba) 235 Curcuma {Curcuma xanthorrhizia) G-9. G-15.

sso Petasites {Petasites hybridus) G-19. 602 Poley {Teucrium polium) 603 Pomegranate {Punica granatum) G-20. 788 Wafer Ash {Ptelea trifoliata) 790 Walnut {Juglans regia) . 645 Sage {Salvia officinalis) . 172 . 90 G-5. 821 Woundwort {Stachys palustris) 832 • Yarrow {Achillea millefolium) G-26. 710 Spinach {Spinacia oleracea) G-23. 811 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 20 . :. 573 Pennyroyal {Mentha pulegium) 579 • Peppermint {Mentha piperita) G-19. PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Wild Radish {Raphanus raphanistrum) G-26. 620 Raspberry {Rubus idaeus) G-21. 800 White Nettle {Lamium album) G-25. 643 Rosemary {Rosmarinus officinalis) G-21. 549 Oats {Avena sativa) G-18. 551 Opium Antidote {Combretum micranthum) . G-25. 655 Scarlet Pimpernel {Anagallis arvensis) . G-22. . 605 Poplar {Populus species) G-20. 169 G-8. . . 635 Rice {Oryza sativa) G-21. 513 • Milk Thistle {Silybum marianum) G-17. . 559 Papaya {Carica papaya) . 131 141 G-8. . 50 G-4. . 793 Water Germander {Teucrium scordium) 797 White Bryony {Bryonia alba) G-25.3 . G-20. .1-64/GASTROINTESTINAL AGENTS Mercury Herb (Mercurialis annua) G-17. 817 Willow Herb {Epilobium angustifolium) G-26. . 739 Sweet Marjoram {Origanum majorana) G-24. 530 Nux Vomica {Strychnos mix vomica) G-IS. 571 Pasque Flower {Pulsatilla pratensis) 572 Passion Flower {Passiflora incarnata) G-19. 712 Stillingia {Stillingia sylvatica) 729 Strawberry {Fragaria vesca) G-23. 814 Wild Yam {Dioscorea villosa) G-26.G-4. 585 Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza kurroa) 589 Poke {Phytolacca americana) G-20. 764 1 Turmeric {Curcuma domestica) 775 Vervain {Verbena officinalis) G-25. 98 . 818 Winter's Bark {Drimys winteri) 820 Witch Hazel {Hamamelis virginiana) G-26. 630 Red Bryony {Bryonia cretica) \ 632 Red Sandalwood {Pterocarpus santalinus) . 735 Alpine Cranberry {Vaccinium vitis-idaea) . Ash {Fraxinus excelsior) . Barberry {Berberis vulgaris) Bilberry {Vaccinium myrtillus) Birch {Betula species) Bitter Orange {Citrus aurantium) Black Bryony {Tamus communis) Black Currant {Ribes nigrum) Black Horehound {Ballota nigra) Brazilian Pepper Tree {Schinus terebinthifolius) Bulbous Buttercup {Ranunculus bulbosus) Burr Marigold {Bidens tripartita) Calotropis {Calotropis procera) Celandine {Chelidonium majUS) Celery {Apium graveolens) Cheken {Eugenia chequen) . 565 Parsley {Petroselinum crispum) G-19. . . 86 G-S. . 78 G-5. 681 Simaruba {Simaruba amara) 695 Slippery Elm {Ulmus rubra) 697 Smartweed {Persicaria hydropiper) 699 Solomon's Seal {Polygonatum multiflorum) G-22. 806 Wild Daisy {Bellis perennis) G-26. 61 G-5. 609 Psyllium {Plantago ovata) . 703 Sorb Apple {Sorbus domestica) 704 Speedwell {Veronica officinalis) G-23. 94 G-5. 178 . 516 Mountain Flax {Linum catharticum) 526 Mugwort {Artemisia vulgaris) G-18. G-19. 607 Poppyseed {Papaver somniferum) G-20. G-21. 672 Self-Heal {Prunella vulgaris) G-22. . . . . 735 Summer Savory {Satureja hortensis) G-23. 833 Yellow Jessamine {Gelsemium sempervirens) 838 Yellow Toadflax {Linaria vulgaris) 840 GASTROINTESTINAL STIMULANTS Strawberry {Fragaria vesca) GOUT PREPARATIONS G-23. G . 547 Oak {Quercus robur) .117 128 G-7. 612 Purple Loosestrife {Lythrum salicaria) _. 75 G-5. 746 Tamarind {Tamarindus indica) 753 Tea Tree {Melaleuca alternifolia) 757 Tolu Balsam {Myroxylon balsamum) G-24. 567 Parsnip {Pastinaca sativa) G-19. G-18. 668 • Scopolia {Scopolia carniolica) 671 Scotch Broom {Cytisus scoparius) G-22.

672 Scurvy Grass (Cochlearia officinalis) G-22. 68i • Shepherd's Purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris) G-22. . ess Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. 136 • Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) G-9. 468 Logwood (Haematoxylon campechianum) 480 Loosestrife (Lysimachia vulgaris) G-16. 289 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11. 606 Rupturewort (Herniaria glabra) G-21. 408 Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) G-14. 254 Dyer's Broom (Genista tinctoria) G-IO. 551 Pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium) 579 Pontian Rhododendron (Rhododendron ponticum) . 260 English Ivy (Hedera helix) G-10. 500 Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria) G-17. 756 Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) G-26. 275 European Golden Rod (Solidago virgaurea) . 291 European Peony (Paeonia officinalis) G-11. 521 Mountain Ash Berry (Sorbus aucuparia) . 819 Wood Anemone (Anemone nemorosa) 824 Wood Betony (Betonica officinalis) G-26. . G-11. 295 German Sarsaparilla (Carex arenaria) 336 Germander (Teucrium chamaedrys) G-12. . 261 • German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . . 690 Sweet Sumach (Rhus aromatica) 748 Taumelloolch (Lolium temulentum) G-24. G-21. 361 Ground Pine (Ajuga chamaepitys) G-13. 833 INFECTION PROPHYLAXIS AGENTS Arnica (Arnica montana) Birch (Betula species) Black Bryony (Tamus communis) Burr Marigold (Bidens tripartita) Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) Maidenhair (Adiantum capillus-veneris) 41 G-5. . 409 Knotweed (Polygonum aviculare) G-15.' 832 HAIR GROWTH STIMULANTS INFECTION PROPHYLAXIS AGENTS/1-65 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11. 409 491 HEMOSTATICS Alpine Ragwort (Senecio nemorensis) 21 Catechu (Acacia catechu) 163 Elephant-Ears (Bergenia crassifolia) 268 Ergot (Claviceps purpurea) . 710 Spiny Rest Harrow (Ononis spinosa) G-23. 316 Golden Ragwort (Senecio aureus) 354 Groundsel (Senecio vulgaris) 374 Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) G-14. • Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 • Cajuput (Melaleuca leucadendra) G-7. 280 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) G-11. 409 Java Tea (Orthosiphon spicatus) 434 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17. . 735 Sweet Cicely (Myrrhis odorata) G-24. G-IS.THERAPEUTIC CATEGORY INDEX Chickweed (Stellaria media) iso Clematis (Clematis recta) . 331 • Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 • Larch (Larix decidua) . 131 G-14. 337 Gout weed (Aegopodium podagraria) G-13. G-IS. 283 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 373 Heather (Calluna vulgaris) G-13. 825 Woundwort (Stachys palustris) . . 78 G-5. 245 Dog Rose (Rosa canina) G-IO. 743 Triticum (Agropyron repens) G-25. . . G-12. 672 Self-Heal (Prunella vulgaris) G-22. 679 Short Buchu (Barosma betulina) 691 Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) G-23. 245 • Echinacea Purpurea v (Echinacea purpurea) . 771 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. 291 Forget-Me-Not (Myosotis arvensis) G-12. 383 Horseradish (Armoracia rusticana) G-14. 511 Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) G-18. . 194 • Colchicum (Colchicum autumnale) G-9. 525 Oats (Avena sativa) G-is. . 206 Cowslip (Primula veris) 231 Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) G-9. 788 Wild Service Tree (Sorbus torminalis) 814 Winter Cherry (Physalis alkekengi) G-26. . G-IO. . 90 G-7. . . 481 Matico (Piper elongatum) . 541 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) 543 Puff Ball (Lycoperdon species) 618 Sage (Salvia officinalis) . 509 New Jersey Tea (Ceanothus americanus) . . 457 . 448 Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) G-16. 650 Rust-Red Rhododendron (Rhododendron ferrugineum) 650 Sandarac (Tetraclinis articulata) 660 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. G-8. 713 Spurge (Euphorbia resinifera) 716 Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) G-23.

G-16. 225 Cotton Tree (Cochlospermum gossypium) 229 English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) G-10. 503 Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) 505 Mercury Herb (Mercurialis annua) G-17. . . 513 Morning Glory (Ipomoea hederacea) Oats (Avena sativa) Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) Pear (Pyrus communis) Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza kurroa) Pitcher Plant (Sarracenia purpurea) • Psyllium (Plantago ovata) • Psyllium Seed (Plantago afra) Purple Gromwell (Lithospermum erytrorhizon) Sesame (Sesamum orientate) Sloe (Prunus spinosa) . . 16 Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) . 134 Cape Aloe (Aloe ferox) 16 » Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana) G-7. 697 700 G-23.1-66/INFECTION PROPHYLAXIS AGENTS • Peppermint (Mentha piperita) • Scotch Pine (Pinus species) • Siberian Ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus) • Spruce (Picea species) INOTROPIC AGENTS PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) G-7. 741 753 767 G-25. 5 Digitalis Lanata (Digitalis lanata) 250 Gray Wallflower (Erysimum diffusum) 365 Snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis) 700 IODINE PRODUCTS 619 688 G-22. 496 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17. 596 . 327 Garlic (Allium sativum) LAXATIVES Agar (Gelidium amansii) 9 • Aloe (Aloe barbadensis. 270 Figs (Ficus carica) G-11. 326 Greater Bindweed (Calystegia sepium) . 401 Indian Nettle (Acalypha indica) 419 Jalap (Ipomoea purga) . 792 795 . 172 Chicory (Cichorium intybus) G-8. . . Aloe vera) G-3. . G-4. 123 Butternut (Juglans cinerea) . Sneezewort (Achillea ptarmica) Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) Tragacanth (Astragalus gummifer) Triticum (Agropyron repens) Wahoo (Euonymus atropurpurea) Wallflower (Cheiranthus cheiri) Water Dock (Rumex aquaticus) Wheat (Triticum aestivum) White Bryony (Bryonia alba) LEPROSTATICS G-19. . 500 Marsh Marigold (Caltha palustris) G-17. . . . . 313 • Frangula (Rhamnus frangula) G-12. Aloe capensis. 153 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus species) 177 Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) G-9. G-12. 475 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 612 G-20. 317 Gamboge (Garcinia hanburyi) G-12. 185 Copaiba Balsam (Copaifera langsdorffi) 220 Cornflower (Centaurea cy anus) G-9. . 158 Celery (Apium graveolens) G-8. 221 Giant Milkweed (Calotropis gigantea) 338 Hwema Bark (Corynanthe pachyceras) 412 Lily-of-the. 427 Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) 429 Lemon Verbena (Aloysia triphylla) 463 • Manna (Fraxinus ornus) . G-13. 367 Green Hellebore (Helleborus viridis) 368 Heartsease (Viola tricolor) . 121 • Buckthorn (Rhamnus catharticus) G-e. . 325 Garden Cress (Lepidium sativum) G-12. ISI • Chinese Rhubarb (Rheum palmatum) G-8. 83 Black Catnip (Phyllanthus amarus) 91 Black Hellebore (Helleborus niger) G-5. 799 G-25. 6i Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Bitter Apple (Citrullus colocynthis) G-5. . 791 G-25. 394 Horehound (Marrubium vulgare) G-14. 674 523 G-IS. 575 577 589 G-20.. 551 . G-IS. .Valley (Convallaria majalis) . . . G-3. . 800 Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus) Kelp (Laminaria hyperborea) KERATOLYTICS 106 446 . SO Bael (Aegle marmelos) 58 Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4. 616 693 714 • Adonis (Adonis vernalis) . . . 771 G-25. . 97 Black Mulberry (Morus nigra) 99 Black Root (Leptandra virginica) 104 Brooklime (Veronica beccabunga) G-e.G-17. SSO G-22. 3 8 2 Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) G-14. 310 • Flax (Linum usitatissimum) G-12.

460 Lesser Galangal (Alpinia officinarum) 467 Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) G-ie. 388 Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) G-14. 735 753 775 G-25. 211 224 G-9. 385 Hemp Agrimony (Eupatorium cannabinum) G-13. 408 • Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) G-15. 275 Eucalyptus globulus) (Eucalyptus G-11. 401 Horseradish (Armoracia rusticana) G-14. 668 67i G-22. 197 . . 792 G . . . 69 Bitter Apple (Citrullus colocynthis) G-5. 397 Horehound (Marrubium vulgare) G-14. G-14. 469 Linden (Tilia species) . 710 729 G-23. 283 Opium Antidote (Combretum micranthum) . 199 G-9. . 672 G-22. I S I G-8. 567 Pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium) 579 • Peppermint (Mentha piperita) G-19..6 7 Adam's Needle (Yucca filamentosa) American Bittersweet (Celastrus scandens) . 503 Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) G-17. 61 Beet (Beta vulgaris) G-4. 321 • Fumitory (Fumaria officinalis) G-12. G-ie. 707 G-23. . 585 589 . . . 169 Chicory (Cichorium intybus) Cocoa (Theobroma cacao) Columbine (Aquilegia vulgaris) Corn Silk (Zea mays) Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus) Curcuma (Curcuma xanthorrhizia) • Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) • Devil's Claw (Ha rpagophytum procumbens) G-8. 389 California Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) • Celandine (Chelidonium majus) G-7. 477 Marsh Marigold (Caltha palustris) G-17.G-3. 239 G-9.THERAPEUTIC CATEGORY INDEX LIVER PRODUCTS LOCAL ANESTHETICS / I . 648 G-22. 140 G-8. 44 Asurum (Asarum eiiropaeum) 48 Astragalus (Astragalus species) 54 Balmony (Chelone glabra) G-4. 800 Wild Daisy (Bellis perennis) Wood Sage (Teucrium scorodonia) Wood Sorrel (Oxalis acetosella) • Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) • Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) LOCAL ANESTHETICS G-26. . 826 827 G-26. 811 G-26. 322 German Sarsaparilla (Carex arenaria) 336 Haronga (Haronga madagascariensis) 380 Heather (Calluna vulgaris) G-13. 266 G-10... . G-11. 516 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. G-ie. 788 G-25. 254 G-10. 83 Black Currant (Ribes nigrum) G-5. Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) . 833 Coca (Erythroxylum coca) . 67 • Belladonna (Atropa belladonna) G-4. 35 • Artichoke (Cynara scolymus) G-4. Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) Stillingia (Stillingia sylvatica) Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) • Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) Vervain (Verbena officinalis) Wallflower (Cheiranthus cheiri) White Bryony (Bryonia alba) G-19. 622 631 G-21. 383 Hedge-Hyssop (Gratiola officinalis) G-13. . .2 5 . . 580 European Golden Rod (Solidago virgaurea) .559 Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) G-19. 245 247 Herb Robert (Geranium robertianum) G-14. 59 Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4. 94 Black Root (Leptandra virginica) 104 Brooklime (Veronica beccabunga) G-6. • Scopolia (Scopolia carniolica) Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) Soybean (Glycine soja) . 24 American Liverleaf (Hepatica nobilis) 26 Ammoniac Gum (Dorema ammoniacum) 29 • Anise (Pimpinella anisum) . . 829 G-26. . . 121 Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) G-7. 414 » Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi) 433 Jujube (Zyzyphus jujube) 439 Lavender Cotton (Santolina chamaecyparissias) . 393 Holly (Ilex aquifolium) . . Petasites (Petasites hybridus) Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza kurroa) Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) Rue (Ruta graveolens) . 225 G-9. 289 Fringetree (Chionanthus virginicus) G-12. 130 Dodder (Cuscuta epithymum) Elecampane (Inula helenium) English Ivy (Hedera helix) G-10. .

. 746 • Cinquefoil (Potentilla Sweet Violet (Viola erecta) G-8. 209 Acacia (Acacia arabica) 3 Comfrey (Symphytum • Agrimony (Agrimonia officinale) G-9. 500 Canella (Canella Nux Vomica (Strychnos winterana) 147 nux vomica) G-18.324 Garlic (Allium sativum) . . .G-10. . 448 Lady's Mantle (Alchemilla vulgaris) G-15. 311 Gambir (Uncaria species) . . 94 European Water Hemlock • Blackberry (Rubus (Cicuta virosa) G-11. 28 • Anise (Pimpinella anisum) G-3. 461 Canadian Fleabane Marijuana (Cannabis (Erigeron canadensis) .G-11. 86 Dusty Miller (Senecio Black Alder (Alnus bicolor) 258 glutinosa) G-5. G-12. . 144 sativa) G-17. 195 vulgare) G-24. 310 Figwort (Scrophularia nodosa) G-11. . 104 Feverfew (Tanacetum Borage (Borago parthenium) G-11. 306 Field Scabious (Knautia arvensis) G-11. 201 vitalba\ G-25. 148 Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla Carline Thistle (Carlina pratensis) 572 acaulis) 151 Petasites (Petasites Catechu (Acacia catechu) 163 hybridus) G-19. 10 Amaranth (Amaranthus Common Kidney Vetch hypochondriacus) G-3. 754 Coconut Palm (Cocos Traveller's Joy (Clematis nucifera) G-9. G-3. 457 • Lesser Galangal (Alpinia officinarum) 467 • Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) G-5. 22 (Anthyllis vulneraria) . . . 382 Herb Robert (Geranium robertianum) G-14. . . G-6. . .G-10. 283 European Elder (Sambucus nigra) G-11. 289 European Golden Rod (Solidago virgaurea) . 769 • Coffee (Cqffea arabica) . 165 (Rhododendron Chinese Cinnamon ferrugineum) eso (Cinnamomum Sweet Marjoram (Origanum aromaticum) 182 mqjorana) G-24.1-68/MENOPAUSAL PREPARATIONS American Pawpaw (Asimina triloba) 27 American White Pond Lily (Nymphaea odorata) . 202 • Colt's Foot (Tussilago MOUTH & THROAT PRODUCTS farfara) G-9.G-11. . 278 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) G-11. 393 • High Mallow (Malva sylvestris) G-14. 212 eupatoria) G-3. 547 Caraway (Carum carvi) . . 306 officinalis) G-6. . 297 fruticosus) G-6. 327 • German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . 26i English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) . G-15. 392 Bugle (Ajuga reptans) . 192 odorata) G-24. 287 European Five-Finger Grass (Potentilla reptans) . 176 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 89 European Peony (Paeonia Black Currant (Ribes officinalis) G-II. . 125 Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) G-16. 369 (Saccharomyces Herb Paris (Paris cerevisiae) 118 quadrifolia) G-14. 295 nigrum) G-5. 331 Heartsease (Viola tricolor) . 411 • Iceland Moss (Cetraria islandica) 415 Jack-in-the-Pulpit (Arisaema atrorubens) 426 • Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) 429 • Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 • Knotweed (Polygonum aviculare) G-15. 456 • Larch (Larix decidua) . 395 Houseleek (Sempervivum tectorum) G-14. 750 • Clove (Syzygium Tansy (Tahacetum aromaticum) G-8. . . G-S. G-7. . . . . 585 Cayenne (Capsicum Rust-Red Rhododendron annuum) G-8. 92 • Chaste Tree (Vitex agnus-castus) G-8. G-7. 82 Cyclamen (Cyclamen Bitter Orange (Citrus europaeum) 240 aurantium) G-5. G-12. 221 Cudweed (Gnaphalium uliginosum) 236 • Echinacea Purpurea (Echinacea purpurea) . 289 Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) G-11. 114 Green Tea (Camellia • Brewer's Yeast sinensis) G-13. 270 • English Plantain (Plantago lanceolata) G-11. 35 • Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 MIGRAINE PREPARATIONS Arum (Arum maculatum) 46 Asarum (Asarum • Bilberry (Vaccinium europaeum) 48 myrtillus) G-5. . 214 MENOPAUSAL PREPARATIONS PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Common Stonecrop (Sedum acre) 215 Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) G-9. G-9. G-9. 75 Catnip (Nepeta cataria) . 164 Bistort (Persicaria Cola (Cola acuminata) 205 bistorta) G-5. . .

534 G-IS. 179 Cocillana Tree (Guraea rusbyi) 198 • Colt's Foot (Tussilago farfara) G-9. G-21. 710 • Spruce (Picea species) 714 Sweet Cicely (Myrrhis odorata) G-24. 143 Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 630 • Rhatany (Krameria triandra) 64i • Rose (Rosa centifolia) 644 Rue (Ruta graveolens) . 221 Corn Cockle (Agrostemma githago) 222 Corn Poppy (Papaver rhoeas) 223 Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus) G-9. 809 G-26. 826 827 G-26. 266 • English Ivy (Hedera helix) G-IO. 68i • Sloe (Prunus spinosa) . G-22. 84i G-8. 743 Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) G-24. . . 60 G-5. 151 Cherry Laurel (Prunus laurocerasus) G-8. 94 G-5. 275 • English Plantain (Plantago lanceolata) G-11. 648 • Sage (Salvia officinalis) . 35 41 48 G-4. 283 lis 119 120 141 • European Elder (Sambucus nigra) album) \ G-11. 609 Raspberry (Rubus idaeus) G-21. 114 Carob (Ceratonia siliqua) c-7. 750 Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) 757 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 • Usnea (Usnea species) 778 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. 214 Common Stonecrop (Sedum acre) 215 Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) G-9. 818 G-26. G-9. 605 G-20. 812 G-26. 806 Wild Carrot (Daucus carota) Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) Willow Herb (Epilobium angustifolium) Wood Sage (Teucrium scorodonia) Wood Sorrel (Oxalis acetosella) Yew (Taxus baccata) .3 .THERAPEUTIC CATEGORY INDEX NON-NARCOTIC ANTITUSSIVES / 1 . 241 Daffodil (Narcissus pseudonarcissus) 243 Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera) G-IO. 591 G-19. 278 Eryngo (Eryngium campestre) G-11. 261 • Echinacea Purpurea (Echinacea purpurea) . . 98 G-6. 674 Self-Heal (Prunella vulgaris) G-22. 697 Spanish-Chestnut (Castanea sativa) 708 Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) G-23. 282 • Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) G-11. 549 G-19. 291 European Mistletoe (Viscum European Peony (Paeonia officinalis) G-11. G-21. . sao . . 287 G-11. 81 85 G-5. 246 Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) . . . • Onion (Allium cepa) • Peppermint (Mentha piperita) Perilla (Perilla fructescens) Pimpinella (Pimpinella major) Pinus Bark (Tsuga canadensis) Pomegranate (Punica granatum) • Potentilla (Potentilla anserina) Radish (Raphanus SativUS) • White Nettle (Lamium G-17. 788 Water Dock (Rumex aquaticus) 795 G-20. 583 G-19. .6 9 • Marigold {Calendula officinalis) Marshmallow {Althaea officinalis) • Myrrh (Commiphora molmol) • Oak (Quercus robur) . 295 • European Sanicle (Sanicula europaea) 296 G-7. G . . 594 G-20. 655 • Scotch Pine (Pinus species) G-22. 261 Elecampane (Inula helenium) G-10. . 209 Common Kidney Vetch (Anthyllis vulneraria) . 165 Poppyseed (Papaver somniferum) NARCOTICS Poppyseed (Papaver somniferum) NON-NARCOTIC ANTITUSSIVES G-20. 628 album) G-25. . 557 G-19. 225 • Cowslip (Primula veris) 231 Cupmoss (Cladonia pyxidata) 238 Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens) G-9. . G-IO. . 610 G-20. 609 Almond (Prunus dulcis) • Anise (Pimpinella anisum) • Arnica (Arnica montana) Asarum (Asarum europaeum) Bamboo (Arundinaria japonica) Bishop's Weed (Ammi Visnaga) Bitter Milkwort (Polygala amara) Black Currant (Ribes nigrum) Black Horehound (Ballota nigra) Borage (Borago officinalis) • Brewer's Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) British Elecampane (Inula britannica) Broad Bean (Vicia faba) Calotropis (Calotropis procera) • Camphor Tree (Cinnamomum camphora) 15 . 497 505 G-18. . MUSCLE RELAXANTS • Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) NARCOTIC ANTITUSSIVES G-25.

557 Oregano (Origanum vulgare) G-19. G-15. 705 Spanish-Chestnut (Castanea sativa) 708 Spikenard (Aralia racemosa) G-23. 76i • Tolu Balsam (Myroxylon balsamum) G-24. 629 Wild Cherry (Prunus serotina) 810 Wild Daisy (Bellis perennis) G-26. 397 Horehound (Marrubium vulgare) G-14. 811 • Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum) G-26. 701 Southern Bay berry (Myrica cerifera) G-22. . 532 Myrtle (Myrtus communis) G-18.1-70/NON-NARCOTIC ANTITUSSIVES False Schisandra (Kadsura japonica) 301 • Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) G . 674 • Seneca Snakeroot (Polygala senega) 683 • Soapwort (Saponaria officinalis) G-22. S I S Wood Anemone (Anemone nemorosa) 824 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. G-12. G-14. 497 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17. 806 Ragwort (Senecio jacobaea) G-20. . 469 • Linden (Tilia species) . 750 • Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) G-24.I I . . 511 Mouse Ear (Pilosella officinarum) 529 • Mullein (Verbascum densiflorum) G-18. 382 Hemlock (Conium maculatum) G-13. G-18. 805 • White Nettle (Lamium album) G-25. 764 Tonka Beans (Dipteryx odorata) 767 Triticum (Agropyron repens) G-25. . 401 Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. 436 • Knotweed (Polygonum aviculare) G-IS. . 628 PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) G-21. 598 Premorse (Scabiosa succisa) G-20. 302 Field Scabious (Knautia arvensis) 0-11. 536 • Nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus) G-18. 488 Maidenhair (Adiantum capillus-veneris) 491 Mandrake (Mandragora officinarum) G-17. 591 Pleurisy Root (Asclepias tuberosa) G-20. . .410 • Iceland Moss (Cetraria islandicd) 415 • Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 Jimson Weed (Datura stramonium) G-IS. . 326 Garlic (Allium sativum) . 624 Quince (Cydonia oblongata) 625 Radish (Raphanus Sativus) G-20. 386 • Hempnettle (Galeopsis segetum) G-13. . 796 • Watercress (Nasturtium officinale) 798 • White Mustard (Sinapis alba) G-25. 551 • Onion (Allium cepa) G-19. 612 Quillaja (Quillaja saponaria) G-20. 711 • Spruce (Picea species) 714 • Star Anise (Illicium verum) G-23. . 580 Petasites (Petasites hybridus) G-19. . . 403 • Horseradish (Armoracia rusticana) G-14. . 310 Garden Cress (Lepidium sativum) G-12. 725 Storax (Liquidambar orientalis) G-23. 771 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. .G-12. . 327 • German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . 331 Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea) 372 • Gumweed (Grindelia species) 379 Heartsease (Viola tricolor) . 495 Marigold (Calendula officinalis) G-17. 559 Ox-Eye Daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum) 563 • Peppermint (Mentha piperita) G-19. . 457 Lesser Galangal (Alpinia officinarum) 467 • Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) G-16. 408 Hound's Tongue (Cynoglossum officinale) . .G-ie. 585 Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza kurroa) 589 » Pimpinella (Pimpinella major) G-19. 746 Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) G-24. 734 • Sundew (Drosera ramentacea) 740 Sweet Marjoram (Origanum majorana) G-24. 633 Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) 652 • Scotch Pine (Pinus species) G-22. 500 • Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) 505 • Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria) G-17. 549 Oats (Avena sativa) G-18. 389 • High Mallow (Malva sylvestris) G-14. 448 Lactucarium (Lactuca virosa) 453 • Larch (Larix decidua) . 395 Holly (Ilex aquifolium) . 537 • Niauli (Melaleucea viridiflord) 542 • Oak (Quercus robur) . 477 Lungmoss (Lobaria pulmonaria) 484 Lycium Bark (Lycium chinense) 486 • Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) G-16. 788 Water Fennel (Oenanthe aquatica) G-25.

158 Jequirity (Abrus precatorius) 435 Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) G-ie. 327 Indian Nettle (Acalypha indica) 419 Alteris (Aletris farinosa) 11 Ammoniac Gum (Dorema ammoniacum) 29 • Anise (Pimpinella anisum) . 97 Blue Cohosh (Caulophyllum thalictroides) 109 Chinese Cinnamon (Cinnamomum aromaticum) 182 Fever Bark (Alstonia constricta) 305 Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) G-16. . . 547 Oats (Avena sativa) G-IS. 197 Congorosa (Maytenus ilicifolia) 218 Dusty Miller (Senecio bicolor) 258 Eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis) 300 Jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus) G-15. . 103 Borage (Borago officinalis) G-6. . 60 Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4.7 1 OXYTOCIC AGENTS Wood Betony (Betonica officinalis) G-26. . 176 • Shepherd's Purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris) G-22. 143 Canadian Fleabane (Erigeron canadensis) . Aloe capensis. 114 • Brewer's Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) 118 Brooklime (Veronica beccabunga) G-6. G-26.media) iso Coca (Erythroxylum coca) . 69 Benzoin (Styrax benzoin) 73 Betel Nut (Piper betle) . G-4. 551 Red Maple (Acer rubrum) G-21. G-3. SI Bitter Milkwort (Polygala amara) 85 Black Mulberry (Morus nigra) 99 Black Mustard (Brassica nigra) G-5. 169 Cocillana Tree (Guraea rusbyi) 198 • Colt's Foot (Tussilago farfara) . 126 • Chaste Tree (Vitex agnus-castus) G-8. G-12. 825 OPHTHALMIC CONDITIONS Aloe (Aloe barbadensis.G-16. . 833 RENAL STONE PREVENTION (See under Calcium oxalate stone prevention) RESPIRATORY AGENTS Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) G-7. 92 • Bugle weed (Lye opus virginicus) G-6. . 475 Marigold (Calendula officinalis) G-17. . 588 Yage (Banisteriopsis caapi) . . 74 Bishop's Weed (Ammi Visnaga) G-S. 497 Nux Vomica (Strychnos mix vomica) G-IS. Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) G-6. . 61 Belladonna (Atropa belladonna) G-4. 635 Spurge (Euphorbia resinifera) 716 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES Alpine Ragwort (Senecio nemorensis) 21 Black Hellebore (Helleborus niger) G-5. 121 Buttercup (Ranunculus acris) 133 Calamint (Calamintha nepeta) 138 California Peppertree (Schinus molle) 139 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 • Camphor Tree (Cinnamomum camphora) G-7. G-7. 212 . . 468 Rue (Ruta graveolens) . 475 Pomegranate (Punica granatum) G-20. 209 Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) G-9. 690 PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC AGENTS Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) G-7. 158 Garlic (Allium sativum) . 130 Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) G-7. Aloe vera) G-3. 605 Rue (Ruta graveolens) . 648 Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) 652 Scotch Broom (Cy t is us scoparius) G-22. 144 Carrageen (Chondrus crispus) 152 Cedar (Cedrus libani) iss Celandine (Chelidonium mOJUS) G-8. . 648 OTIC PREPARATIONS Peyote (Lophophora williamsii) G-19. 100 • Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) G-5. 672 Simaruba (Simaruba amara) 695 Yew (Taxus baccata) . 35 • Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 Asarum (Asarum europaeum) 48 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. .THERAPEUTIC CATEGORY INDEX RESPIRATORY A G E N T S / I . 425 Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria majalis) G-16. G-21. G-9. . 841 PREMENSTRUAL SYNDROME AGENTS Astragalus (Astragalus species) 54 Bamboo (Arundinaria japonica) G-4. 468 Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria majalis) . 16 Asarum (Asarum europaeum) 48 Calabar Bean (Physostigma venenosum) 137 Chickweed (Stellaria . G-21.

485 • Ma-Huang {Ephedra sinica) G-16. 275 • English Plantain {Plantago lanceolata) G-11. . 386 • Hempnettle {Galeopsis segetum) G-13. 461 Lesser Galangal {Alpinia officinarum) 467 • Licorice {Glycyrrhiza glabra) G-16. 457 Lemon Balm {Melissa officinalis) G-16. 488 Maidenhair {Adiantum capillus-veneris) 491 Mandrake {Mandragora officinarum) G-17. 483 Lungmoss {Lobaria pulmonaria) 484 Lungwort {Pulmonaria officinalis) G-ie. 287 European Golden Rod {Solidago virgaurea) . G-16. 359 Ground Ivy {Glechoma hederacea) 372 Guaiac {Guaiacum officinale) 375 • Gum weed (Grindelia species) 379 Heartsease {Viola tricolor) . .324 Garlic {Allium sativum) . 395 Hollyhock {Alcea rosea) . 495 Marijuana {Cannabis sativa) G-17. . 536 • Nasturtium {Tropaeolum majus) G-IS. 304 Forget-Me-Not {Myosotis arvensis) G-12. . 278 Eryngo {Eryngium campestre) G-11. 289 European Mistletoe {Viscum album) G-11. 389 • High Mallow (Malva sylvestris) G-14.G-12. . 537 • Niauli {Melaleucea viridiflora) 542 Night-Blooming Cereus {Selenicereus grandiflorus) 543 Nux Vomica {Strychnos nux vomica) G-IS. . . . 302 Fenugreek {Trigonella foenum-graecum) G-11. 295 • European Sanicle {Sanicula europaea) 296 False Schisandra {Kadsura japonica) 301 • Fennel {Foeniculum vulgare) G-11. 557 Oregano {Origanum vulgare) G-19. 3ie Gambir {Uncaria species) . 398 Horehound {Marrubium vulgare) G-14. G-IS. . . 401 • Horseradish {Armoracia rusticana) G-14. . . 266 • English Ivy {Hedera helix) G-10. 291 European Peony {Paeonia officinalis) G-11. 408 Hyssop {Hyssopus officinalis) G-15.G-15. 242 Daffodil {Narcissus pseudonarcissus) 243 Duckweed (Lemna minor) G-10. 454 • Larch {Larix decidua) . G-10. . 436 » Knotweed {Polygonum aviculare) G-IS. 331 Gotu Kola {Centella asiatica) G-13. 511 Mouse Ear {Pilosella officinarum) 529 • Mullein {Verbascum densiflorum) G-18. 382 Heather {Calluna vulgaris) G-13. 414 • Iceland Moss {Cetraria islandica) 415 Indian Nettle {Acalypha indica) 419 Indian Squill {Urginea indica) 421 Indian-Hemp {Apocynum cannabinum) 418 Ipecac {Cephaelis ipecacuanha) 423 Iporuru {Alchornea floribunda) 424 Jack-in-the-Pulpit {Aris'aema atrorubens) 426 Jambolan {Syzygium cumini) 429 • Japanese Mint {Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 Jimson Weed {Datura stramonium) G-IS. . 561 . G-14. G-12. 477 Lobelia (Lobelia inflata) G-16. 547 • Oak {Quercus robur) . 261 • Echinacea Purpurea {Echinacea purpurea) . 241 Cypress Spurge {Euphorbia cyparissias) G-9. 479 Luffa {Luffa aegyptica) . 383 Hedge Mustard {Sisymbrium officinale) 384 Hemlock {Conium maculatum) G-13. 448 Labrador Tea {Ledum latifolium) 451 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. . . 258 Echinacea Angustifolia {Echinacea angustifolia) . 282 • Eucalyptus {Eucalyptus globulus) G-11. 532 Myrtle {Myrtus communis) G-IS. 500 • Marshmallow {Althaea officinalis) 505 Meadowsweet {Filipendula ulmaria) G-17. 549 Oats {Avena sativa) G-18. . 469 • Linden {Tilia species) . . 283 • European Elder {Sambucus nigra) G-11.. 551 • Onion {Allium cepa) G-19. PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Lactucarium {Lactuca virosa) 453 Lady Fern {Athyrium filix-femina) G-15. G-ie. G-11. 559 Orris {Iris species) G-19. . 327 • German Chamomile {Matricaria recutita) .1-72/RESPIRATORY AGENTS Congorosa (Maytenus ilicifolia) 218 Corn Poppy {Papaver rhoeas) 223 • Cowslip {Primula veris) 231 Cupmoss {Cladonia pyxidata) 238 Cypress {Cupressus sempervirens) G-9. 261 Elecampane {Inula helenium) G-10. 389 Henbane {Hyoscyamus niger) G-14.

622 SEDATIVES & HYPNOTICS Bitter Orange {Citrus aurantium) G-5.696 Sloe {Prunus spinosa) . . 701 Solomon's Seal {Polygonatum multiflorum) G-22.7 3 Wood Anemone {Anemone nemorosa) 824 Wood Betony {Betonica officinalis) G-26. 750 Tea Tree {Melaleuca alternifolia) 757 Thuja {Thuja occidentalis) G-24. . SSO Petasites {Petasites hybridus) . . 169 Field Scabious {Knautia arvensis) G-11. . 86 Black Horehound {Ballota nigra) G-5. 98 . 826 Yellow Dock {Rumex CrispUS) 835 Yerba Santa {Eriodictyon californicum) 841 REVITALIZING AGENTS • Cola {Cola acuminata) • Mate {Ilex paraguariensis) • Siberian Ginseng {Eleutherococcus senticosus) SALIVA PRODUCTS 235 G-17.THERAPEUTIC CATEGORY INDEX Ox-Eye Daisy {Chrysanthemum leucanthemum) 563 • Peppermint {Mentha piperita) G-19. 710 Spikenard {Aralia racemosa) G-23. 130 Celandine {Chelidonium majlis) G-8.. 711 • Spruce {Picea species) 714 • Star Anise {Illicium verum) G-23. . 520 Quassia {Picrasma excelsa) . 703 Sorrel {Rumex acetosa) 705 Spanish-Chestnut {Castanea sativa) 708 Speedwell {Veronica officinalis) G-23. 103 Burning Bush {Dictamnus albus) G-7.. 633 Rupturewort {Herniaria glabra) G-21. 598 Poppy seed {Papaver somniferum) G-20. G-23. . 672 • Scotch Pine {Pinus species) G-22. 800 White Fir {Abies alba) 802 • White Nettle {Lamium album) G-25. . 622 SCABICIDES & PEDICULICIDES Black Pepper {Piper nigrum) G-6. 815 Wintergreen {Gaultheria procumbens) 820 Witch Hazel {Hamamelis virginiana) G-26. eoi Pyrethrum {Chrysanthemum cinerariifolium) < 621 Quassia {Picrasma excelsa) . . 725 Storax {Liquidambar orientalis) G-23. 761 • Tolu Balsam {Myroxylon balsamum) G-24. 743 Sweet Violet {Viola odorata) G-24. G-4.. 759 • Thyme {Thymus vulgaris) G-24. 624 • Radish {Raphanus Sativiis) G-20. 650 Scotch Broom {Cytisus scoparius) G-22. 74 Moneywort {Lysimachia nummularia) G-17. 310 Fish Berry {Anamirta cocculus) 312 Henna {Lawsonia inermis) G-14. 591 Pineapple {Ananas comosus) 593 Pleurisy Root {Asclepias tuherosa) G-20. G-22. 628 Raspberry {Rubus idaeus) G-21. 508 693 Betel Nut {Piper betle) . 806 Wild Cherry {Prunus serotina) 810 Wild Daisy {Bellis perennis) G-26. G-19. 697 Soapwort {Saponaria officinalis) G-22. 585 Picrorhiza {Picrorhiza kurroa) 589 • Pimpinella {Pimpinella major) G-19. 788 Water Fennel {Oenanthe aquatica) G-25. 609 Quebracho {Aspidosperma quebracho-bianco) 623 Quillaja {Quillaja saponaria) G-20. 796 Water Germander {Teucrium scordium) 797 • Watercress {Nasturtium officinale) 798 White Bryony {Bryonia alba) G-25. 764 Tree of Heaven {Ailanthus altissima) 770 Turmeric {Curcuma domestica) 775 Vervain {Verbena officinalis) G-25. 825 Wood Sage {Teucrium scorodonia) G-26. 630 Red Bryony {Bryonia cretica) 632 Red Clover {Trifolium pratense) G-21. 8 i i Wild Service Tree {Sorbus torminalis) 814 » Wild Thyme {Thymus serpyllum) G-26. 738 • Sundew {Drosera ramentacea) 740 Sweet Cicely {Myrrhis odorata) G-24. . 821 Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 674 • Seneca Snakeroot {Polygala senega) 683 Siam Benzoin {Styrax tonkinesis) 692 Skunk Cabbage {Symplocarpusfoetidus) . SEDATIVES & HYPNOTICS / I . 391 Pellitory {Anacyclus Pyrethrum) 577 Picrorhiza {Picrorhiza kurroa) 589 Poisonous Buttercup {Ranunculus sceleratus) G-20. 734 Sumatra Benzoin {Styrax paralleloneurum) 738 Sumbul {Ferula sumbul) .

. 783 (Lavandula Wood Betony (Betonica angustifolia) G-10. 477 Birch (Betula species) G-5. 551 B ladderwort (Utricu laria Passion Flower (Passiflora vulgaris) G-6. 105 incarnata) G-19. 88 Marijuana (Cannabis Black Bryony (Tamus sativa) G-17. . 158 Catechu (Acacia catechu) 163 Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus species) 177 Chickweed (Stellaria media) 180 Cleavers (Galium aparine) . 573 Brazilian Pepper Tree Petasites (Petasites (Schinus terebinthifolius) . 750 California Poppy Sweet Woodruff (Galium (Eschscholtzia odoratum) G-24. 245 Devil's Claw (Harpagophytum procumbens) 247 Digitalis (Digitalis purpurea) G-10. 639 officinalis) G-6. G-5. 94 Nerve Root (Cypripedium Black Nightshade (Solanum calceolus) 541 nigrum) G-6. G-8. . . 26i Elephant-Ears (Bergenia crassifolia) 268 English Adder's Tongue (Ophioglossum vulgatum) . 271 • Valerian (Valeriana • English Lavender officinalis) G-25. . 75 Linden (Tilia species) . 530 nigrum) G-S. . 193 Clematis (Clematis recta) . 140 Taumelloolch (Lolium Corn Poppy (Papaver temulentum) G-24. 114 Sweet Vernal Grass • Bugle weed (Lye opus (Anthoxanthum virginicus) G-6. 383 eupatoria) G-3. 78 Male Fern (Dryopteris • Bittersweet Nightshade filix-mas) G-17. G-14. 433 (Solanum dulcamara) . 128 Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) G-7. . G-3. 269 English Ivy (Hedera helix) G-10. G-7. . 28 consolida) G-15. 242 Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) G-9. 10 » Hops (Humulus lupulus) . 157 Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) G-7. 126 odoratum) G-24. . . 134 Carline Thistle (Carlina acaulis) 151 Cashew (Anacardium occidentals) G-7. 751 californica) G-7. 500 communis) G-S. 46i ursinum) 66 Lemon Verbena (Aloysia Bilberry (Vaccinium triphylla) 463 myrtillus) G-S. 27s English Plantain (Plantago lanceolata) G-11. . 400 Alkanet (Alkanna Jamaica Dogwood (Piscidia tinctoria) G-3. . . . 825 False Schisandra (Kadsura japonica) 301 SKELETAL MUSCLE RELAXANTS Feverfew (Tanacetum Pareira (Chondrodendron parthenium) G-11. 749 Burning Bush (Dictamnus Sweet Violet (Viola albus) G-7. 278 Eryngo (Eryngium campestre) G-11. . G-21. . 90 Mugwort (Artemisia Black Currant (Ribes vulgaris) G-18. 101 Oats (Avena sativa) G-IS. 458 • Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 Lemon Balm (Melissa Bear's Garlic (Allium officinalis) G-16. 248 Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) . G-10.1-74/SEDATIVES & HYPNOTICS Borage (Borago Red-Spur Valerian (Centranthus ruber) . . 194 Common Stonecrop (Sedum acre) 215 Congorosa (Maytenus ilicifolia) 218 Corn Cockle (Agrostemma githago) 222 Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus) G-9. 443 American White Pond Lily Larkspur (Delphinium (Nymphaea odorata) . 277 Officinalis) G-26. 13 piscipula) 428 Almond (Prunus dulcis) 15 Jatamansi (Nardostachys American Adder's Tongue jatamansi) 433 (Erythronium » Kava Kava (Piper americanum) 24 methysticum) G-15. PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Broad Bean (Vicia faba) 120 Bulbous Buttercup (Ranunculus bulbosus) 128 Burdock (Arctium lappa) . 756 rhoeas) 223 Tulip Tree (Liriodendron English Hawthorn tulipifera) 774 (Crataegus laevigata) . . 585 Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia (Sacch a romyces cerevisiae) 118 serpentina) 631 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 282 . 306 tomentosum) 566 Ginseng (Panax ginseng) 346 SKIN & MUCOUS MEMBRANE AGENTS Heather (Calluna • Agrimony (Agrimonia vulgaris) G-13.117 • Brewer's Yeast hybridus) G-19. 130 odorata) G-24. 130 Buttercup (Ranunculus acris) 133 Butternut (Juglans cinerea) . G-IS. 225 Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias) G-9. . . .

719 officinalis) 505 globulus) G-11. . SUNBURN PREPARATIONS / 1-75 Stillingia (Stillingia sylvatica) Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) Thuja (Thuja occidentalis) Thyme (Thymus Vulgaris) Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus 729 G-23. . 557 Flax (Linum Ox-Eye Daisy usitatissimum) G-12. 297 • Oak (Quercus robur) . . 648 Indian Nettle (Acalypha Sarsaparilla (Smilax indica) 419 species) G-21. G-11. 662 Knotweed (Polygonum Soapwort (Saponaria aviculare) G-15. 403 Rue (Ruta graveolens) . 321 Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla Fumitory (Fumaria pratensis) 572 officinalis) G-12. 680 . 703 vulgaris) G-15. . 479 G-24. 620 » Heartsease (Viola tricolor) . 735 G-23. 645 hippocastanum) G-14. 457 cerifera) G-22. 555 arvensis) G-11. 793 White Lily (Lilium candidum) 804 • White Nettle (Lamium album) G-25. 391 Rosemary (Rosmarinus Horse Chestnut (Aesculus officinalis) G-21. 66i » Jambolan (Syzygium Sassafras (Sassafras cumini) 429 albidum) G-21. 821 Yellow Dock (Rumex CrispUS) 835 Yellow Lupin (Lupinus luteUS) 839 Yellow Toadflax (Linaria vulgaris) SMOKING CESSATION AIDS 840 Lobelia (Lobelia inflata) Tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) SMOOTH MUSCLE RELAXANTS Celandine (Chelidonium majus) STIMULANT LAXATIVES G-16. G-22. 705 Laurel (Laurus nobilis) . 322 Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) . 366 sceleratus) G-20. 520 officinalis) G-11. 459 Spikenard (Aralia Lemon Verbena (Aloysia racemosa) G-23. G-18. 456 Southern Bayberry (Myrica Larch (Larix decidua) . G-25. G-15. 298 Oleander (Nerium Field Scabious (Knautia oleander) G-19. 497 • St. 601 Ground Ivy (Glechoma Puff Ball (Lycoperdon hederacea) 372 species) 618 Guaiac (Guaiacum Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum officinale) 375 salicaria) G-20. 382 Red Clover (Trifolium Henna (Lawsonia pratense) G-21. 313 (Chrysanthemum Frostwort (Helianthemum leucanthemum) 563 canadense) G-12. . 549 Evening Primrose » Oats (Avena sativa) G-18. 521 (Cicuta virosa) G-11. 169 • Senna (Cassia senna) . . 287 Moneywort (Lysimachia European Peony (Paeonia nummularia) G-17. 684 SUNBURN PREPARATIONS Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) G-22. 761 Triticum (Agropyron repens) G-25. 762 G-8. 448 officinalis) G-22. 551 (Oenothera biennis) . 806 Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) G-26. 741 G-24. G-15. 701 Labrador Tea (Ledum Solomon's Seal latifolium) 451 (Polygonatum Lady's Mantle (Alchemilla multiflorum) G-22. 515 nigra) G-11. G-21. 814 Winter's Bark (Drimys winteri) 820 • Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) G-26. . 633 inermis) G-14. . 310 Onion (Allium cepci) G-19.THERAPEUTIC CATEGORY INDEX Martagon (Lilium martagon) 506 Mezereon (Daphne European Elder (Sambucus mezereum) G-17. 812 Wild Radish (Raphanus raphanistrum) G-26. 331 pulegium) 579 German Sarsaparilla (Carex Pimento (Pimenta arenaria) 336 racemosa) 590 Great Burnet (Sanguisorba Poisonous Buttercup (Ranunculus officinalis) G-13. 283 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. John's Wort (Hypericum Marshmallow (Althaea perforatum) G-23. 750 757 G-24. . 575 • German Chamomile Pennyroyal (Mentha (Matricaria recutita) G-12. . . . 771 Turkey Corn (Dicentra cucullaria) 775 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 • Walnut (Juglans regia) . . 295 Monkshood (Aconitum European Water Hemlock napellus) G-18. 759 G-24. 711 triphylla) 463 Spurge (Euphorbia Marigold (Calendula resinifera) 716 officinalis) G-17. .

713 Alisma (Alisma plantago-aquatica) G-3. 409 Hydrangea {Hydrangea arborescens) G-14. 245 • Echinacea Purpurea {Echinacea purpurea) . . . 36i Greater Bindweed {Calystegia sepium) . 490 Marsh Blazing Star {Liatris spicata) G-17. 509 • Nasturtium {Tropaeolum majas) G-18. 78 Canadian Fleabane {Erigeron canadensis) . 567 Pipsissewa {Chimaphila umbellata) 595 » Sandalwood {Santalum album) 659 Short Buchu {Barosma betulina) 691 • Spiny Rest Harrow {Ononis spinosa) G-23. 289 • Horseradish {Armoracia rusticana) G-14. 729 • Triticum {Agropyron repens) G-25. G-11. . G-7. . 482 Matico {Piper elongatum) . 61 Bean Pod {Phaseolus vulgaris) G-4. 131 California Peppertree {Schinus molle) 139 California Poppy {Eschscholtzia californica) G-7. 52 • Bean Pod {Phaseolus vulgaris) G-4. 383 Herb Robert {Geranium robertianum) G-14.1 . G-10. G-16. 282 G-11. 322 German Ipecac {Cynanchum vincetoxicum) 335 Gout weed {Aegopodium podagraria) G-13. 65 Bilberry {Vaccinium myrtillus) G-5. 144 • Canadian Golden Rod {Solidago canadensis) 145 Chocolate Vine {Akebia quinata) 189 Copaiba Balsam {Copaifera langsdorffi) 220 Dandelion {Taraxacum officinale) G-9. 221 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 254 G-10. 440 • Lovage {Levisticum officinale) G-16.7 6 /TEETHING REMEDIES TEETHING REMEDIES PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S Male Fern {Dryopteris filix-mas) TREMOR PREPARATIONS G-17. 140 Cleavers {Galium aparine) . 537 • Parsley {Petroselinum crispum) G-19. 78 Black Currant {Ribes nigrum) G-5. 32 • Asparagus {Asparagus officinalis) G-4. 65 • Birch {Bet it la species) G-5. 94 Black Hellebore {Helleborus niger) G-5. 503 Marshmallow {Althaea officinalis) sos . G-13. 440 Lactucarium {Lactuca virosa) 453 Levant Cotton {Gossypium herbaceum) G-16. 121 Burning Bush {Dictamnus albus) G-7. Mallow {Malva sylvestris) G-14. 130 Burr Marigold {Bidens tripartita) G-7. . . Corn Silk {Zea mays) Cubeb {Piper cubeba) Dodder {Cuscuta epithymum) Dog Rose {Rosa canina) Eryngo {Eryngium campestre) Eucalyptus {Eucalyptus globulus) 224 235 G-10. 468 Lily-of-the-Valley {Convallaria majalis) . G-4. 409 Iporuru {Alchornea floribundd) 424 • Java Tea {Orthosiphon spicatus) 434 Juniper {Juniperus communis) G-15. 395 Horsetail {Equisetum arvense) G-14. 114 British Elecampane {Inula britannica) 119 Broad Bean {Vicia faba) 120 Brooklime {Veronica beccabungd) G-6. 75 Birch (Betula species) G-5. 779 URINARY TRACT AGENTS • Angelica {Angelica archangelica) G-3. 310 Flax {Linum usitatissimum) G-12. 475 Lungwort {Pulmonaria officinalis) G-16. . 105 Bog Bilberry {Vaccinium uliginosum) G-6. 408 • Horsetail {Equisetum arvense) G-14. 97 Bladderwort {Utricularia vulgaris) G-6. 413 Jatamansi {Nardostachys jatamansi) 433 Juniper {Juniperus communis) G-15. 254 G-11. 111 Borage {Borago officinalis) G-6. 367 Hartstongue {Scolopendrium vulgare) 381 Heather {Calluna vulgaris) G-13. . 771 • Uva-Ursi {Arctostaphylos uva-ursi) G-25. 219 Coriander {Coriandrum sativum) G-9. 493 231 Cowslip {Primula veris) URINARY ANTI-INFECTIVES • Stinging Nettle {Urtica dioica) G-23. . 193 Club Moss {Lycopodium clavatum) 196 Cocoa {Theobroma cacao) G-8. 13 Arenaria Rubra {Spergularia rubra) 39 Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) . 261 • European Golden Rod {Solidago virgaurea) . 313 Fumitory {Fumaria officinalis) G-12. 2 8 3 Field Scabious {Knautia arvensis) G-11. 50 Barberry {Berberis vulgaris) G-4. 485 Madder {Rubia tinctorum) G-ie. . 393 High. 199 Coolwort {Tiarella cordifolia) G-9. .

. 124 • Butcher's Broom (Ruscus aculeatus) G-7. G-12. . 359 Grape (Vitis vinifera) . 591 Pitcher Plant (Sarracenia purpurea) G-20. 825 Yellow Lupin (Lupinus luteUS) 839 Yellow Toadflax (Linaria vulgaris) 840 VAGINAL PREPARATIONS Heartsease (Viola tricolor) . 607 Poppyseed (Papaver somniferum) G-20. 668 Scopolia (Scopolia carniolica) 67i Short Buchu (Barosma betulina) 69i Smartweed (Persicaria hydropiper) 699 Sneezewort (Achillea ptarmica) 700 Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) G-23. 717 • Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) G-23. G-8. 403 Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) G-15. 618 Purple Gromwell (Lithospermum erytrorhizon) 619 Ragwort (Senecio jacobaea) G-20. . 749 Trailing Arbutus (Epigae repens) 768 Triticum (Agropyron repens) G-25. 812 VASOPROTECTIVE AGENTS Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) G-5. . . G-13. .G-22. G-17. 771 Turkey Corn (Dicentra cucullaria) 775 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 Wild Daisy (Bellis perennis) G-26. 513 Mountain Ash Berry (Sorbus aucuparia) .T H E R A P E U T I C C A T E G O R Y INDEX VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY P R O D U C T S / 1 . 74 Borage (Borago officinalis) G-6. 132 Camphor Tree (Cinnamomum camphora) G-7. . 277 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11. .. G-12. 596 Poplar (Populus species) G-20. 525 Myrtle (Myrtus communis) G-18. 571 Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla pratensis) 572 Pellitory-of-the-Wall (Parietaria officinalis) 578 Pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium) 579 Petasites (Petasites hybridus) G-19. 536 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) 543 Oats (Avena sativa) G-IS. 366 • Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. 28 Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) G-11.7 7 Mercury Herb (Mercurialis annua) G-17. 362 Great Burnet (Sanguisorba officinalis) G-13. Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 Beth Root (Trillium erectum) G-4. . 664 Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) . 382 Nerve Root (Cypripedium calceolus) 541 Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) G-26. 530 Periwinkle (Vinca minor) 584 Pimpinella (Pimpinella major) G-19. 327 • Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) . . 818 Winter Cherry (Physalis alkekengi) G-26. 811 Wild Service Tree (Sorbus torminalis) 814 Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum) G-26. eso Sarsaparilla (Smilax species) G-21. . 143 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8. 567 Parsley Piert (Aphanes arvensis) 570 Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) G-19. . 306 * Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 620 . 629 Round-Leafed Wintergreen (Pyrola rotundifolia) 647 Rupturewort (Herniaria glabra) G-21. 609 • Pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo) G-20. 710 Squill (Urginea maritima) G-23. 743 Sweet Sumach (Rhus aromatica) 748 Sweet Vernal Grass (Anthoxanthum odoratum) G-24. 815 Willow Herb (Epilobium angustifolium) G-26. G-IS. 194 • English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) G-10. 497 Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) G-18. 559 Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) G-19. 291 Garlic (Allium sativum) . 591 Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) G-20. 66i Sassafras (Sassafras albidum) G-21. 114 Buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum) G-6. . 729 Sweet Cicely (Myrrhis odorata) G-24. 165 Clematis (Clematis recta) . G-3. 585 Pimpinella (Pimpinella major) G-19. . 551 Oregano (Origanum vulgare) G-19. 819 Wood Betony (Betonica officinalis) G-26. 342 Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) G-13. 75 VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY PRODUCTS Acacia (Acacia arabica) 3 Alteris (Aletris farinosa) 11 American White Pond Lily (Nymphaea odorata) . 414 Lemon Verbena (Aloysia triphytla) 463 Marigold (Calendula officinalis) . 662 • Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens) G-21.

G-4. 190 Clematis (Clematis recta) . 269 English Adder's Tongue (Ophioglossum vulgatum) .117 Broad Bean (Vicia faba) 120 Bugle (Ajuga reptans) . Samphire (Crithum maritimum) Scurvy Grass (Cochlearia officinalis) VITAMIN E G-10. 392 Sweet Marjoram (Origanum majorana) G-24.1-78/VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY PRODUCTS PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES WART PREPARATIONS Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) G-21. 645 • Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. 136 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 Carline Thistle (Carlina acaulis) 151 Cat's Claw (Unicaria tomentosa) 160 Catechu (Acacia catechu) 163 Chickweed (Stellaria media) 180 Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) G-8. 269 English Ivy (Hedera helix) G-IO. 275 English Plantain (Plantago lanceolata) G-11. 243 G-11. 679 Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) 228 Alkanet (Alkanna tinctoria) G-3. G-12. 476 G-is. 94 Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) G-6. 382 Houseleek (Sempervivum tectorum) G-14. 289 . 157 Celandine (Chelidonium majlis) G-8. 88 Broad Bean (Vicia faba) 120 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 Cashew (Anacardium occidentale) G-7. . 261 Elm Bark (Ulmus minor) G-10. . 194 Coconut Palm (Cocos nucifera) G-9. 82 Black Currant (Ribes nigrum) G-5. 101 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 130 Asiatic Dogwood (Cornus officinalis) Behen (Moringa oleifera) Cowslip (Primula veris) Daffodil (Narcissus pseudonarcissus) European Mistletoe (Viscum album) 51 67 231 . . 351 460 466 G-ie. 261 Echinacea Purpurea (Echinacea purpurea) . G-9. . . 283 European Golden Rod (Solidago virgaurea) . 746 Taumelloolch (Lolium temulentum) G-24. 254 G-12. . G-6. G-12. . . 214 Common Stonecrop (Sedum acre) 215 Digitalis (Digitalis purpurea) G-10. G-11. 525 658 G-22. . 201 Coffee (Coffea arabica) . . • Cajuput (Melaleuca leucadendra) G-7. . 327 Giant Milkweed (Calotropis gigantea) 338 • Heartsease (Viola tricolor) . . 278 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) . . 510 • Oats (Avena sativa) G-18. 291 Fish Berry (Anamirta cocculus) 312 • Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) . 212 Common Kidney Vetch (Anthyllis vulneraria) . 28 Ammoniac Gum (Dorema ammoniacum) 29 • Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 Basil (Ocimum basilicum) . 663 Spurge (Euphorbia resinifera) 716 Sundew (Drosera ramentacea) 740 WOUND CARE PRODUCTS Dog Rose (Rosa canina) Garden Cress (Lepidium sativum) Globe Flower (Trollius europaeus) Lemon (Citrus limon) Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) Lime (Citrus aurantifolia) Mountain Ash Berry (Sorbus aucuparia) . . 551 Onion (Allium cepa) G-19. G-3. . 74 Birthwort (Aristolochia clematitis) G-5. 326 G-12. G-IO. G-8. 105 Brazilian Pepper Tree (Schinus terebinthifolius) . 125 Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) G . 64 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Beth Root (Trillium erectum) G-4. . 744 White Hellebore (Veratrum album) VERTIGO AGENTS G-25. . . 557 Savin Tops (Juniperus sabina) G-21. 803 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 • Bittersweet Nightshade (Solanum dulcamara) . . 202 Cola (Cola acuminata) 205 • Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) G-9. . G-9. 411 Indian-Hemp (Apocynum cannabinum) 418 • Mayapple (Podophyllum peltatum) G-17.G-11. 342 Herb Paris (Paris quadrifolia) G-14. 672 Spanish-Chestnut (Castanea sativa) 708 • Sweet Clover (Melilotus officinalis) G-24. 169 Bladderwort (Utricularia vulgaris) G-6. SO Bistort (Persicaria bistorta) G-5. . 13 American White Pond Lily (Nymphaea odorata) . . .7 . . 248 Dogwood (Cornus florida) G-10.G-5. 756 Woundwort (Stachys palustris) 832 VITAMIN C & COMBINATIONS Common Stonecrop (Sedum acre) 215 Garlic (Allium sativum) . 256 Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) .

John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) G-23. 788 Virola (Virola theiodora) 789 Water Dock (Rumex aquaticus) 795 Water Germander (Teucrium scordium) 797 White Fir (Abies alba) 802 White Lily (Lilium candidum) 804 Wild Daisy (Bellis perennis) G-26. G-16. 401 • Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) G-14. 833 Yellow Toadflax (Linaria vulgaris) 840 • Denotes recommendation by Commission £. 734 Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) G-23. . 521 Mouse Ear (Pilosella officinarum) 529 Mullein (Verbascum densiflorum) G-IS. 455 Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) . . . . . 769 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. 626 Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) G-21. 826 Wood Sorrel (Oxalis acetosella) 827 Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) G-26. 36i Great Burnet (Sanguisorba officinalis) G-13. 744 Teazle (Dipsacus silvestris) G-24. 757 • Tolu Balsam (Myroxylon balsamum) G-24. 591 • Pineapple (Ananas comosus) 593 • Poplar (Populus species) G-20. 477 Loosestrife (Lysimachia vulgaris) G-ie. 306 Galbanum (Ferula gummosa) 323 • German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . . 645 Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) . 485 • Marigold (Calendula officinalis) G-17. 668 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. 812 Willow Herb (Epilobium angustifolium) G-26. . 366 Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea) 372 Heather (Calluna vulgaris) G-13. . S I S • Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) G-26. . 409 Hound's Tongue (Cynoglossum officinale) 410 Houseleek (Sempervivum tectorum) G-14. 811 Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) G-26. 395 Horehound (Marrubium vulgare) G-14. 764 Traveller's Joy (Clematis vitalba) G-25. 466 Linden (Tilia species) . 304 Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) G-11. . 497 Marsh Marigold (Caltha palustris) G-17. 331 Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) G-13. 741 • Sweet Clover (Melilotus officinalis) G-24. 710 • St. 672 Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) G-22. 557 Ox-Eye Daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum) 563 Petasites (Petasites hybrid us) G-19. G-22. 719 WOUND CARE PRODUCTS /1-79 Storax (Liquidambar orientalis) G-23. 355 Gout weed (Aegopodium podagraria) G-13. 503 Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) 505 Matico (Piper elongatum) . 509 Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) G-IS. . 607 Quinine (Cinchona pubescens) G-20. . 532 Onion (Allium cepa) G-19. 690 Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra) 697 Smartweed (Persicaria hydropiper) 699 Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) G-23. 481 Lungwort (Pulmonaria officinalis) G-ie.THERAPEUTIC CATEGORY INDEX Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) G-11. . . 680 • Shepherd's Purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris) G-22. . 585 Pimpinella (Pimpinella major) G-19. 411 Iceland Moss (Cetraria islandica) 415 Indian Nettle (Acalypha indica) 419 Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) 429 Jujube (Zyzyphus jujube) 439 Lady's Bedstraw (Galium verum) G-IS. 383 High Mallow (Malva sylvestris) G-14. 821 Wood Sage (Teucrium scorodonia) G-26. 829 Woundwort (Stachys palustris) 832 Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) G-26. G-12.

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468 Turmeric {Curcuma domestica) 775 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. Alzheimer's type) AMENORRHEA {See also under Infections. 331 Heartsease {Viola tricolor) . 291 German Sarsaparilla {Carex arenaria) 336 Levant Cotton {Gossypium herbaceum) G-ie.1-81 Indications Index Entries in this index are organized by specific indication. 131 {See under Pregnancy. gastric. with the scientific name shown in parentheses. G-12. . G-5. 331 ACHES. enabling you to quickly review the botanical alternatives for a particular diagnosis. termination of) ABRASIONS. muscular. 130 Chinese Cinnamon {Cinnamomum aromaticum) 182 European Mistletoe {Viscum album) G-11. 78 G-7. For ease of comparison with prescription and over-the-counter medications. . UNSPECIFIED 118 Birch {Betula species) Burr Marigold {Bidens tripartita) ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE G-5. For more information on both proven and traditional remedies. CUTANEOUS • Bittersweet Nightshade {Solanum dulcamara) . skin and skin structure) German Chamomile {Matricaria recutita) . herbs are listed alphabetically by accepted common name. 277 Lady's Mantle {Alchemilla vulgaris) G-15. be sure to check the appropriate underlying monograph. PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH {See under Pain. UNSPECIFIED {See under Cramps. 306 English Lavender {Lavandula angustifolia) G-IO. temporary relief of) Cayenne {Capsicum annuum) Congorosa {Maytenus ilicifolia) G-8. . 88 Eucalyptus {Eucalyptus globulus) G-11. . . . Botanicals deemed effective by the German Regulatory Authority's "Commission E" are marked with a (•) symbol at their left. . symptomatic relief of) ABDOMINAL DISTRESS. the second to the herbal monograph. 382 Tea Tree {Melaleuca alternifolia) 757 AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION DISORDERS {See under Dementia. Under each heading. 283 German Chamomile {Matricaria recutita) . 456 ABORTION • Brewer's Yeast {Saccharomyces cerevisiae) ACNE. symptomatic relief of) ACNE VULGARIS Feverfew {Tanacetum parthenium) ALOPECIA AREATA G-11. MUSCULAR {See under Bronchial asthma. the first refers to a photograph of the plant in the Herb Identification Guide. the index employs the same nomenclature found in the Indications Index of the PDR Companion Guide™. Emphysema) ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE {See under Pain. ABDOMINAL CRAMPS ACID INDIGESTION ALLERGIES. .G-12. If an entry lists two page numbers. . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF {See under Hyperacidity. ies 218 Alteris {Aletris farinosa) 11 Burning Bush {Dictamnus albus) G-7. abdominal. topical relief of) ABSCESS.

825 APHRODISIAC (See also under Menstrual disorders) Yew {Taxus baccata) . G-26.1-82/AMENORRHEA. management of the manifestations of) ANXIETY DISORDERS. Nerve Root (Cypripedium calceolus) 541 Night-Blooming Cereus {Selenicereus grandiflorus) 543 Nux Vomica (Strychnos mix vomica) G-18. 547 Oats (Avena sativa) G-18. G-3. . 719 Strawberry {Fragaria vesca) G-23. G-16. 172 Columbine (Aquilegia vulgaris) G-9. 500 » Motherwort (Leonurus cardiaca) G-IS.622 820 (See under Stomatitis. 270 • English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) G-10. 35 . . 751 • Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) G-25. UNSPECIFIED 122 Congorosa {Maytenus ilicifolia) Nux Vomica (Strychnos mix vomica) Ragwort (Senecio jacobaea) Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) ANESTHESIA. 672 Scullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora) G-22. 86 Black Horehound {Ballota nigra) G-5. 143 Catnip (Nepeta cataria) . . . 500 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) 543 Onion {Allium cepa) G-19. . . 291 Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) . 443 • Lemon Balm {Melissa officinalis) G-16. 717 • St. 678 Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) G-23. G-14. 211 Corydalis (Corydalis cava) . 475 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17. 547 G-20. 197 Coca (Erythroxylum coca) ANGINA (See under Angina pectoris) ANGINA PECTORIS Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 Asarum (Asarum europaeum) 48 Bishop's Weed (Ammi Visnaga) G-S. 342 Ginseng (Panax ginseng) 346 Greek Sage (Salvia triloba) . SECONDARY AMENORRHEA. 138 Celandine (Chelidonium majus) G-8. 710 • Squill (Urginea maritima) G-23. 524 Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) G-IS. symptomatic relief of) APPENDICITIS. 551 • Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata) G-19. 164 Celery (Apium graveolens) G-8. . . 383 Herb Paris {Paris quadrifolia) G-14. . UNSPECIFIED {See under Menopause. MANAGEMENT OF Licorice {Glycyrrhiza glabra) APPETITE. 226 Cowslip (Primula veris) 231 Cyclamen (Cyclamen europaeum) 240 English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) G-IO. 788 Wild Cherry (Prunus serotina) 810 Wood Betony (Betonica officinalis) G-26. STIMULATION OF G-16. 573 • Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) 631 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. 735 Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum) G-24. SECONDARY PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Bitter Orange (Citrus aurantium) G-5. 629 G-26. SI Calamus (Acorus calamus) G-7. . 32 G-3. . 469 • Adonis (Adonis vernalis) . G-12.583 . 392 • Hops {Humulus lupulus) . 557 ANTISEPTIC Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens) APHTHOUS ULCERS G-21. . 140 • Camphor Tree (Cinnamomum camphora) G-7. 664 Perilla (Perilla fructescens) Quassia {Picrasma excelsa) Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens) ANXIETY AND TENSION DUE TO MENOPAUSE . 5 Anemarrhena (Anemarrhena asphodeloides) 31 Alteris {Aletris farinosa) • Angelica (Angelica archangelica) • Anise (Pimpinella anisum) 11 G-3. 783 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) G-23. 277 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11. 126 California Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) G-7. recurrent aphthous. .Valley (Convallaria majalis) . G-8. 98 • Bugle weed {Lye opus virginicus) G-6. 169 Marijuana {Cannabis sativa) G-17. 841 ANEMIA ASSOCIATED WITH PREGNANCY Brown Kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera) ANEMIA. 829 . LOCAL 218 G-18. 400 Jamaica Dogwood {Piscidia piscipula) 428 Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) 429 • Kava Kava (Piper methysticum) G-IS. 46i • Lily-of-the. 367 Heather (Calluna vulgaris) G-13. 530 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E.

86 • Horehound (Marrubium • Blessed Thistle (Cnicus vulgare) G-14. 271 • Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria majalis) . G-21. SUPPRESSION OF 836 (See also under Obesity. 320 millefolium) G-26.INDICATIONS INDEX • Artichoke (Cynara • Ginger (Zingiber scolymus) G-4. 124 . 717 ARTERIOSCLEROSIS Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 Bear's Garlic (Allium ursinum) 66 Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus) 106 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11. 547 intybus) G-8. SI Bitter Candytuft (Iberis amara) 84 • Camphor Tree (Cinnamomum camphora) G-7. 655 • Coriander (Coriandrum Senburi (Swertia japonica) . 61 Hibiscus (Hibiscus Basil (Ocimum basilicum) G-4. . G-22. 622 Chiretta (Swertia chirata) 187 • Quinine (Cinchona • Cinnamon (Cinnamomum pubescens) G-20. 44 officinale) G-12. 829 French Tarragon (Artemisia • Yarrow (Achillea dracunculus) G-12. 339 Barberry (Berberis Ginseng (Panax ginseng) 346 vulgaris) G-4. 475 Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) 631 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. no • Juniper (Juniperus • Brewer's Yeast communis) G-15. 181 • Onion (Allium cepa) G-19. 172 Muskmallow (Abelmoschus • Centaury (Centaurium moschatus) 533 erythraea) G-8. G-3. . 283 officinale) 798 • Fenugreek (Trigonella • Wormwood (Artemisia foenum-graecum) G-11. 107 • Iceland Moss (Cetraria • Bog Bean (Menyanthes islandica) 415 trifoliata) G-6. 400 aurantium) G-5. 5 Belladonna (Atropa belladonna) G-4. 725 • Sweet Orange (Citrus procumbens) 247 sinensis) G-24. 221 Skirret (Sium sisarum) . 645 condurango) 2ie • Sage (Salvia officinalis) . 394 • Bitter Orange (Citrus Hops (Humulus lupulus) . management of) ARRHYTHMIAS • Adonis (Adonis vernalis) . . . . exogenous) Cola (Cola acuminata) Dwarf Elder (Sambucus ebulus) APPREHENSION 205 259 (See under Anxiety disorders.G-10. 557 Strophanthus (Strophanthus kombe) 736 Strophanthus Gratus (Strophanthus gratus) 736 ARTERIOSCLEROSIS PROPHYLAXIS Buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum) G-6. 747 Dogwood (Cornus Tansy (Tanacetum florida) G-10. 291 • Garlic (Allium sativum) . 256 vulgare) G-24. ARTERIOSCLEROSIS PROPHYLAXIS /1-83 • Yellow Gentian (Gentiana lutea) APPETITE. 69 Bishop's Weed (Ammi Visnaga) G-5. 64 sabdariffa) G-14. 557 • Chinese Cinnamon Petasites (Petasites (Cinnamomum hybridus) G-19. 833 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 458 California Peppertree • Lesser Galangal (Alpinia (Schinus molle) 139 officinarum) 467 Cayenne (Capsicum Muira-Puama annuum) G-8. 585 aromaticum) 182 Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) . . 401 benedictus) G-6. 327 Lactucarium (Lactuca virosd) 453 • Onion (Allium cepa) G-19. G-16. 754 • English Lavender • Turmeric (Curcuma (Lavandula domestica) 775 angustifolia) G-10. 440 (Saccharomyces Larkspur (Delphinium cerevisiae) us consolida) G-15. 304 absinthium) G-26. 190 • Rosemary (Rosmarinus • Condurango (Marsdenia officinalis) G-21. 696 • Curcuma (Curcuma Sneezewort (Achillea xanthorrhizia) G-9. 682 sativum) G-9. 277 Watercress (Nasturtium Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) 6-11. 712 • Devil's Claw • Star Anise (Illicium (Harpagophytum verum) G-23. 626 verum) G-8. 245 oleracea) G-23. 672 • Squill (Urginea maritima) G-23. . . G-14. G-12. . 174 Nux Vomica (Strychnos • Chicory (Cichorium nux vomica) G-18. 239 ptarmica) 700 • Dandelion (Taraxacum Spinach (Spinacia officinale) G-9. 165 (Ptychopetalum Celery (Apium olacoides) 531 graveolens) G-8. 143 English Hawthorn (Crataegus laevigata) .

521 Black Alder (Alnus glutinosa) BLEEDING. G-21. 165 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11. . G-4. 655 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 322 Behen (Moringa oleifera) Matico [Piper elongatum) . urinary tract) BEDSORES (See also under Bleeding. . 61 Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) G-5. 172 G-12. urinary tract) BACTERIURIA ASSOCIATED WITH POLYNEPHRITIS. Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza kurroa) Quassia {Picrasma excelsa) . . BITES. 283 Black Horehound (Ballota nigra) G-5. . TEMPORARY RELIEF OF (See under Pain. 254 Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) G-11. adjunctive therapy in) BELL'S PALSY European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11. topical relief of) ARTHRITIS Fumitory (Fumaria officinalis) AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM DISTURBANCES G-12. CHEMICAL DISSOLUTION OF G-IS. G-12. 521 Pontian Rhododendron (Rhododendron ponticum) . 75 Black Currant (Ribes nigrum) G-5. TOPICAL RELIEF OF (See under Pain. 788 Watercress (Nasturtium officinale) 798 ASCARIASIS BACKACHE. 606 Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) G-23. unspecified. 436 (See under Rheumatoid arthritis) ARTHRITIS.. RHEUMATOID Jimson Weed (Datura stramonium) BACKACHE . 409 BLEEDING. 759 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. 98 American Liverleaf (Hepatica nobilis) Artichoke (Cynara scolymus) Celery (Apium graveolens) Fringetree (Chionanthus virginicus) 26 G-4. 322 Garlic (Allium sativum) . 500 Brooklime (Veronica beccabunga) Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) G-6. 291 PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Onion (Allium cepa) ASCITES Chocolate Vine (Akebia quinata) ASTHMA. 620 Sage (Salvia officinalis) . G-12. GASTROINTESTINAL Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) BERIBERI Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) BILIARY CALCULI. decubitus. . BRONCHIAL G-19.1-84 /ARTERIOSCLEROSIS PROPHYLAXIS Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8. gingival) Alpine Ragwort (Senecio nemorensis) BLEEDING IN THE LUNGS 21 (See under Ulcers. Rheumatoid arthritis) ARTHRITIS. 327 552 189 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) Wafer Ash (Ptelea trifoliata) BITE WOUNDS G-22. 44 G-8. 729 Thuja (Thuja occidentalis) G-24. INSECT Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) Purple Gromwell (Lithospermum erytrorhizon) Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) BITES. 672 790 67 509 589 622 (See under Bronchial asthma) ATHEROSCLEROSIS ARTHRALGIA. 121 G-11. ELIMINATION OR SUPPRESSION OF Plantain (Musa paradisiaca) BITTER TASTE 597 (See under Infections. 291 Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) G-14. 94 Dog Rose (Rosa canina) G-10. . 89 G-17. 50 Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4. 327 Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea) 372 Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. 386 Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) . GINGIVAL G-S. . 321 Groundsel (Senecio vulgaris) 374 Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) 466 Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) G-20. 403 Iporuru (Alchornea floribunda) 424 Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) G-18. . POISONOUS (See under Arthritis. . ELIMINATION OR SUPPRESSION OF Yerba Santa (Eriodictyon californicum) BLEEDING ASSOCIATED WITH TOOTH EXTRACTION 841 (See under Infections. . UNSPECIFIED 619 757 Hemlock (Conium maculatum) G-13. 557 Garlic (Allium sativum) Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) . 261 G-15. topical relief of) BACTERIURIA ASSOCIATED WITH CYSTITIS. 306 Fumitory (Fumaria officinalis) G-12.

INFLAMMATORY Scotch Broom (Cytisus SCOpahus) BLEEDING. 793 Water Dock (Rumex aquaticus) 795 Yellow Dock (Rumex Crispus) BOILS. 291 False Schisandra (Kadsura japonica) 301 Gambir (Uncaria species) . . 500 529 G-19. 324 Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) G-13. G-11. 81 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 Cat's Claw (Unicaria tomentosa) 160 Celandine (Chelidonium majus) G-8. . 697 BOWEL. . . 645 • Scotch Pine (Pinus species) G-22. 128 G-8. 322 G-18. 818 BLOOD PRESSURE PROBLEMS Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 English Hawthorn (Crataegus laevigata) G-IO. 710 Stillingia (Stillingia sylvatica) 729 Sweet Cicely (Myrrhis odorata) G-24. breast) BREAST CARCINOMA (See under Carcinoma. 271 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11.3 . 544 G-21. 672 Barley (Hordeum distichon) BOWEL OBSTRUCTION G-4. 78 G-6. 662 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. . 23 Baneberry (Actaea spicata) 60 Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) G-7. . . 63 Willow Herb (Epilobium angustifolium) G-26. 612 Psyllium Seed (Plantago afra) G-20. . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF (See under Carcinoma.. G-22. Cowslip (Primula veris) Daffodil (Narcissus pseudonarcissus) Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) 218 231 243 G-11. 488 G-17. . 69 Bishop's Weed (Ammi Visnaga) G-5. 443 447 453 484 G-16. 289 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11. 169 Indian-Hemp (Apocynum cannabinum) Jack-in-the-Pulpit (Arisaema atrorubens) Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) Kava Kava (Piper methysticum) Khat (Catha edulis) Lactucarium (Lactuca virosa) Lungmoss (Lobaria pulmonaria) Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) Mandrake (Mandragora officinarum) Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) . 585 (See under Furunculosis. . s Mouse Ear (Pilosella officinarum) Onion (Allium cepa) Ox-Eye Daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum) Petasites (Petasites hybridus) 418 426 429 G-15. . EVACUATION OF 234 Congorosa (Maytenus ilicifolia) . Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) Fumitory (Fumaria officinalis) Noni (Morinda citrifolia) Rupturewort (Herniaria glabra) G-5. 457 • Rosemary {Rosmarinus officinalis) G-21. 386 Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) G-14. . IRRITABLE. G-25. 389 Indian Squill (Urginea indica) 421 Asa Foetida (Ferula foetida) 47 Peppermint (Mentha piperita) G-19. 6ie BREAST CANCER Sassafras (Sassafras albidum) G-21. 214 G-11. G . 260 Lycium Berries (Lycium barbarum) 487 Mexican Scammony Root (Ipomoea orizabensis) 514 Mountain Flax (Linum catharticum) 526 Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) 652 Sloe (Prunus spinosa) . . sso Psyllium (Plantago ovata) . 359 Hemlock (Conium maculatum) G-13. 557 563 G-19. 209 Picrorhiza kurroa) (Picrorhiza 589 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. RECTAL G-22. 172 G-9. breast) BRONCHIAL ASTHMA 835 Ammoniac Gum (Dorema ammoniacum) 29 Belladonna (Atropa belladonna) G-4.INDICATIONS INDEX BRONCHIAL ASTHMA/1-85 BOWEL DISEASE. . 306 G-12. . 672 Scurvy Grass (Cochlearia officinalis) G-22. G-15. 158 Dyer's Broom (Genista tinctoria) G-10. 114 G-7. 650 Amargo (Quassia amara) . 291 • Larch {Larix decidua) . symptomatic relief of) Colt's Foot (Tussilago farfara) G-9. 674 BLOOD PURIFYING Croton Seeds (Croton tiglium) BOWEL. SYNDROME European Golden Rod (Solidago virgaurea) . 679 Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) G-23. 743 Walnut (Juglans regia) . 283 Birch (Betula species) Borage (Borago officinalis) Burdock (Arctium lappa) Celery (Apium graveolens) Common Kidney Vetch (Anthyllis vulneraria). 495 G-17.

26i Elecampane (Inula helenium) G-10. 386 • Hempnettle (Galeopsis segetum) G-13. . . 389 • High Mallow (Malva sylvestris) G-14. • Linden (Tilia species) . 750 Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) 770 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. 815 Wood Betony (Betonica officinalis) G-26. . 796 Wild Daisy (Bellis perennis) G-26. 209 » Cowslip (Primula veris) 231 Cupmoss (Cladonia pyxidata) 238 Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens) G-9. 532 . 796 Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens) 820 Wood Anemone (Anemone nemorosa) 824 Wood Betony (Betonica officinalis) G-26. . . 520 Myrrh (Commiphora molmol) G-18. 394 Hound's Tongue (Cynoglossum officinale) . 527 Mouse Ear (Pilosella officinarum) 529 • Mullein (Verbascum densiflorum) G-18.1-86 /BRONCHIAL ASTHMA Pineapple (Ananas comosus) 593 Skunk Cabbage (Symplocarpus foetidus) . 275 English Plantain (Plantago lanceolata) G-11. ACUTE • Eucalyptus globulus) nigra) (Eucalyptus G-11. 144 Carrageen (Chondrus crispus) 152 • Colt's Foot (Tussilago farfara) G-9. . 701 Sweet Cicely (Myrrhis odorata) G-24. 225 Cowslip (Primula veris) 231 Ginger (Zingiber officinale) G-12. 339 Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) G-14. . 287 • European Elder (Sambucus • European Sanicle (Sanicula europaea) 296 • Fennel {Foeniculum vulgare) G-n. G-10. 283 G-II. . G-4. 302 • German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . 534 Oregano (Origanum vulgare) G-19. . . 143 Canadian Fleabane (Erigeron canadensis) . 408 • Iceland Moss (Cetraria islandica) 415 Indian Nettle (Acalypha indica) 419 • Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 • Knot weed (Polygonum aviculare) G-15. 825 Yerba Santa (Eriodictyon californicum) 841 BRONCHIAL CONGESTION PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) 652 Seneca Snakeroot (Polygala senega) 683 Soapwort (Saponaria officinalis) G-22. . 743 Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) G-24. . 743 Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) G-24. . 469 Ammoniac Gum (Dorema ammoniacum) 29 Betel Nut (Piper betle) . 448 Lactucarium (Lactuca virosa) 453 • Larch (Larix decidua) . . 241 • Echinacea Purpurea (Echinacea purpurea) . . 711 Sweet Cicely (Myrrhis odorata) G-24. G-12. 696 Spikenard (Aralia racemosa) G-23. G-16. G-7. 750 Water Fennel (Oenanthe aquatica) G-25. 511 Mountain Grape (Mahonia aquifolium) G-18. 811 Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum) G-26.G-15. 331 Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea) 372 • Gum weed (Grindelia species) 379 Hemlock (Conium maculatum) G-13. 477 Malabar Nut (Justicia adhatoda) G-17. 35 • Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 Asarum (Asarum europaeum) 48 Bitter Milkwort (Polygala amara) 85 Buttercup (Ranunculus acris) 133 • Camphor Tree (Cinnamomum camphora) G-7. 282 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. . 788 Water Fennel (Oenanthe aquatica) G-25. 500 • Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) 50s • Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria) G-17. 492 Moneywort (Lysimachia nummularia) G-17. G-16. 559 • Anise (Pimpinella anisum) G-3. 266 ' English Ivy (Hedera helix) G-10. 457 • Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) G-16. 4 1 0 Ipecac (Cephaelis ipecacuanha) 423 Linden (Tilia species) . 395 • Horseradish (Armoracia rusticana) G-14. 74 Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) 108 Chinese Olive (Canarium species) 184 Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus) G-9. 825 BRONCHITIS. . 477 • Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) G-16. 278 Eryngo (Eryngium campestre) G-11. . 488 Maidenhair (Adiantum capillus-veneris) 491 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17.

. 225 {See under Stomatitis. TOPICAL RELIEF OF G-26. 764 Turmeric {Curcuma domestica) 775 • Watercress {Nasturtium officinale) 798 • White Mustard {Sinapis alba) G-25.G-23. topical relief of) BURNS. 580 • Pimpinella {Pimpinella major) G-19. POSSIBLY EFFECTIVE IN {See under Furunculosis. 401 Indian Squill {Urginea indica) 421 Jack-in-the-Pulpit {Arisaema atrorubens) 426 Lemon Balm {Melissa officinalis) G-16. . symptomatic relief of) CARBUNCLES {See under Bronchial asthma) BRONCHOSPASTIC DISORDERS. 403 Onion {Allium cepa) G-19. RECTAL G-13. 557 Solomon's Seal {Polygonatum multiflorum) G-22. 536 • Nasturtium {Tropaeolum majUS) G-18. 725 Storax {Liquidambar orientalis) G-23. PANCREAS G-13. . 730 Thuja {Thuja occidentalis) G-24. 674 • Seneca Snakeroot {Polygala senega) 683 Skunk Cabbage {Symplocarpus foetidus) . . 759 • Thyme {Thymus vulgaris) . 76i • Tolu Balsam {Myroxylon balsamum) G-24. 90 G-7. 826 BRONCHITIS. 703 Turmeric {Curcuma domestica) 775 BRUISES. 696 • Soapwort {Saponaria officinalis) G-22. 806 Wild Cherry {Prunus serotina) sio Wild Daisy {Bellis perennis) G-26. S37 • Niauli (Melaleucea viridiflora) 542 • Oak {Quercus robur) . 136 G-9.G-24. 628 • Scotch Pine {Pinus species) G-22. 734 • Sundew {Drosera ramentacea) 740 Sweet Violet {Viola odorata) 6-24. NOT ACUTE OR CHRONIC {See under Pain. REVERSIBLE Cornflower cyanus) CANKER SORES {Centaurea G-9. 805 • White Nettle {Lamium album) G-25. 557 Oregano {Origanum vulgare) G-19. 559 • Peppermint {Mentha piperita) G-19. 369 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 92 St. PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH {See under Pain. 609 CARCINOMA. 701 Spanish-Chestnut {Castanea sativa) 708 • Spruce {Picea species) 714 • Star Anise {Illicium verum) G-23. . 750 Wood Sage {Teucrium scorodonia) G-26. 719 BRONCHOSPASM. G-IS. 212 Green Tea {Camellia sinensis) CARCINOMA. VAGINAL Black Cohosh {Cimicifuga racemosa) G-5. 8ii • Wild Thyme {Thymus serpyllum) BRONCHITIS. 624 Sweet Violet {Viola odorata) G-24. 206 Green Tea {Camellia sinensis) Reed Herb {Phragmites communis) CARCINOMA. 369 Green Tea {Camellia sinensis) G-13. 369 639 Black Bryony {Tamus communis) Cajuput {Melaleuca leucadendra) Comfrey {Symphytum officinale) G-5. s i s Alteris {Aletris farinosa) 11 Ammoniac Gum {Dorema ammoniacum) 29 Asarum {Asarum europaeum) 48 Cocillana Tree {Guraea rusbyi) 198 Hedge Mustard {Sisymbrium officinale) 384 Horehound {Marrubium vulgare) G-14. RECTAL/I-87 German Ipecac {Cynanchum vincetoxicum) 335 Horse Chestnut {Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. 461 Lungmoss {Lobaria pulmonaria) 484 Quillaja {Quillaja saponaria) G-20. John's Wort {Hypericum perforatum) . symptomatic relief of) G-20. topical relief of) BURNS. . BREAST Poppyseed {Papaver somniferum) BRUCELLOSIS • Colchicum {Colchicum autumnale) BRUISES G-9. SUPERFICIAL Tea Tree {Melaleuca alternifolia) CALCULOSIS 757 {See under Renal calculi) CALLUSES {See under Hyperkeratosis skin disorders) CANDIDIASIS. recurrent aphthous.INDICATIONS INDEX Myrtle {Myrtus communis) G-IS. 549 • Onion {Allium cepa) G-19. 591 • Radish {Raphanus SOtivUS) G-20. CHRONIC CARCINOMA.

792 Condurango (Marsdenia condurango) CARCINOMA. 143 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8. . 81 Bitter Candytuft (Iberis amara) 84 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8. . 134 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 Cat's Claw (Unicaria tomentosa) 160 Quinine (Cinchona pubescens) G-20. 414 Marigold (Calendula officinalis) G-17. 488 Scotch Thistle (Onopordum acanthium) G-22. 751 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 500 Celandine majus) (Chelidonium Wallflower cheiri) (Cheiranthus G-25. 672 » Squill (Urginea maritima) G-23. LOW Adonis (Adonis vernalis) . 530 Periwinkle (Vinca minor) 584 Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) G-21. 497 Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) G-18. 626 Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) . 717 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 Kombe Seed (Strophanthus hispidus) 450 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) 543 Nux Vomica (Strychnos mix vomica) G-18.G-22. PALLIATIVE TREATMENT IN 216 CARDIAC STIMULANT Carline Thistle (Carlina acaulis) CARCINOMA. 69 Bishop's Weed (Ammi Visnaga) G-5. 362 Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffd) G-14. . STOMACH PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Strophanthus kombe) G-8. 555 Raspberry (Rubus idaeus) G-21. G-3. primary. 477 CEREBROVASCULAR INSUFFICIENCY Periwinkle (Vinca minor) 584 Camphor Tree (Cinnamomum camphora) G-7. 165 Cowslip (Primula veris) 231 Digitalis (Digitalis purpurea) G-10. 678 CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS Butternut (Juglans cinerea) . UNSPECIFIED 151 Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) G-16. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Coriander sativum) (Coriandrum G-9. 678 CIRCULATORY DISORDERS Linden (Tilia species) G-16. 221 CHOLECYSTITIS. 248 • English Hawthorn *" (Crataegus laevigata) . PROPHYLAXIS OF European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11. 316 G-17. . ELEVATED (See under Hypercholesterolemia. 367 CHOLESTEROL LEVELS.G-13. 277 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11. . 169 (Strophanthus 736 CHOLERA Fool's Parsley (Aethusa cynapium) Marijuana {Cannabis sativa) G-12. 645 • Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. 291 Scullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora) G-22. .271 Gray Wallflower (Erysimum diffusum) 365 Indian Squill (Urginea indica) 421 » Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria majalis) . . 559 CHOLELITHIASIS Celandine majUS) (Chelidonium G-8. G-10. 475 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. 291 CHEST PAIN. 5 Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 Belladonna (Atropa belladonna) G-4. adjunct to diet) CHOREA. . adjunct in) CARDIAC OUTPUT. . 107 Elecampane (Inula helenium) G-10. . 551 Oleander (Nerium oleander) G-19.1-88/CARCINOMA. 165 • English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) G-10. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Celandine majUS) (Chelidonium G-8. G-16. . . 169 Immortelle (Helichrysum arenarium) CHOLECYSTOPATHY 417 Carline Thistle (Carlina acaulis) 151 Opium Antidote (Combretum micranthum) . 169 Grape (Vitis vinifera) . 547 Oats (Avena sativa) G-18. G-13. TONGUE. 672 Spanish-Chestnut (Castanea sativa) 708 Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum) G-24. . 266 Greater Bindweed (Calystegia sepium) . . 630 Strophanthus Gratus (Strophanthus gratus) 736 CELLULITIS CHOLESTASIA Blessed Thistle (Cnicus benedictus) G-6. 394 Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) G-IS. STOMACH CARCINOMA. 668 CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS (See under Arrhythmias) CARDIAC FAILURE (See under Congestive heart failure.

. 427 Tea Tree {Melaleuca alternifolia) 757 Witch Hazel {Hamamelis virginiana) G-26. 697 Southern Bayberry {Myrica cerifera) G-22. 254 Echinacea Angustifolia {Echinacea angustifolia) . 821 COLITIS. 342 COLD. 151 Catechu {Acacia catechu) 163 Jalap {Ipomoea purga) . 32 • Anise {Pimpinella anisum) G-3. 131 Carob {Geratonia siliqua) G-7. 766 Turmeric {Curcuma domestica) 775 Vervain {Verbena officinalis) G-25. 750 Tomato {Lycopersicon esculentum) G-24. 287 German Chamomile {Matricaria recutita) .INDICATIONS INDEX CLAUDICATION. 179 Coconut Palm {Cocos nucifera) G-9. . G-8. . G-15. 812 COLIC. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Belladonna {Atropa belladonna) G-4. 719 G-26. 591 • Scotch Pine {Pinus species) G-22. 427 Mandrake {Mandragora officinarum) G-17. 609 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 457 Lemon {Citrus limon) 460 Linden {Tilia species) . 674 Sloe {Prunus spinosa) . . 97 Carline Thistle {Carlina acaulis) 151 Catnip {Nepeta cataria) . . 585 Poppyseed {Papaver somniferum) G-20. 164 Cherry Laurel {Prunus laurocerasus) G-8. 557 Pennyroyal {Mentha pulegium) 579 • Peppermint {Mentha piperita) G-19. G-16. G-IO. 609 Turmeric {Curcuma domestica) 775 Zedoary {Curcuma zedoaria) G-26. 282 German Sarsaparilla {Carex arenaria) 336 Groundsel {Senecio vulgaris) 374 Heather {Calluna vulgaris) G-13. 64 Behen {Moringa oleifera) 67 Black Currant {Ribes nigrum) G-5. 746 Sweet Violet {Viola odorata) G-24. 557 Poppyseed {Papaver somniferum) G-20. G-12. BILIARY. 275 Immortelle {Helichrysum arenarium) 417 Milk Thistle {Silybum marianum) G-17. . . SO Croton Seeds {Croton tiglium) 234 English Ivy {Hedera helix) G-10. 394 Hwema Bark {Corynanthe pachyceras) 412 Iporuru {Alchornea floribunda) 424 Japanese Mint {Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 I Scopolia {Scopolia carniolica) St. 516 Onion {Allium cepa) G-19. . Behen {Moringa oleifera) 67 Birthwort {Aristolochia clematitis) G-5. MUCOUS {See under Bowel. 2 6 1 » Echinacea Pallida {Echinacea pallida) 261 • Echinacea Purpurea {Echinacea purpurea) . 209 Coral Root {Corallorhiza odontorhiza) 220 Cypress {Cupressus sempervirens) G-9. 705 • Spruce {Picea species) 714 Sweet Marjoram {Origanum majorana) G-24. 367 Hibiscus {Hibiscus sabdariffa) G-14. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF • Ginkgo {Ginkgo bilobd) . 846 COLITIS Burr Marigold {Bidens tripartita) G-7. . SO Black Currant {Ribes nigrum) G-5. . 805 Wild Indigo {Baptisia tinctoria) G-26. . sso Pimpinella {Pimpinella major) G-19.541 • Onion {Allium cepa) G-19. G-22. 483 • Meadowsweet {Filipendula ulmaria) G-17. 817 COLIC. John's Wort {Hypericum perforatum) Wild Yam {Dioscorea Villosa) 671 G-23. . . 788 • White Mustard {Sinapis alba) G-25. 495 Petasites {Petasites hybridus) G-19. syndrome) . 94 Black Hellebore {Helleborus niger) G-S. irritable. 164 Chinese Cinnamon {Cinnamomum aromaticum) 182 Eryngo {Eryngium campestre) G-11. COMMON. 35 • Arnica {Arnica montana) 41 Arum {Arum maculatum) 46 Basil {Ocimum basilicum) G-4. INTERMITTENT COLITIS. 26i » English Plantain {Plantago lanceolata) 0-11. G-8. 241 Daffodil {Narcissus pseudonarcissus) 243 Dog Rose {Rosa canina) G-IO. . . 69 Birthwort {Aristolochia clematitis) G-5. 201 Colt's Foot {Tussilago farfara) G-9. 331 Greek Sage {Salvia triloba) . 511 New Jersey Tea {Ceanothus americanus) . G-16. MUCOUS / I . 477 Luff a {Luffa aegyptica) . . 383 Jack-in-the-Pulpit {Arisaema atrorubens) 426 Jalap {Ipomoea purga) . G-IS. 278 » European Elder {Sambucus nigra) G-11. . G-IS. . G-12. 94 Catnip {Nepeta cataria) . .8 9 • Larch {Larix decidua) . . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF • Angelica {Angelica archangelica) G-3.

I S S Chicory (Cichorium intybus) G-8. 16 . 401 Indian Nettle (Acalypha indica) 419 Jalap (Ipomoea purga) . 427 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. G-13. G-4. ADJUNCT IN G-17. Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) 429 Lemon Verbena (Aloysia triphylla) 463 Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) G-16. G-22. 382 Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) G-14. 741 Tragacanth (Astragalus gummifer) 767 Triticum (Agropyron repens) G-25. IRRITABLE COLON. syndrome) CONCENTRATION AND MEMORY DEFICITS AS A RESULT OF PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL OCCLUSIVE DISEASE Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) . 475 Marigold (Calendula officinalis) G-17. 367 Green Hellebore (Helleborus viridis) 368 Heartsease (Viola tricolor) . 503 Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) 505 Mercury Herb (Mercurialis annua) G-17. 799 White Bryony (Bryonia alba) G-25. G-15. 394 Horehound (Marrubium vulgare) G-14. 612 • Psyllium Seed (Plantago afra) G-20. 616 Purple Gromwell (Lithospermum erytrorhizon) 619 • Senna (Cassia senna) .G-10. . prevention of) . . . . 225 Eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis) 300 Jequirity (Abrus precatorius) 435 Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria majalis) . 123 Butternut (Juglans cinerea) . . 800 CONTRACEPTION (See under Bowel. . 497 CONNECTIVE TISSUE DEFICIENCIES Oats (Avena sativa) CONSTIPATION G-IS. IRRITABLE PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Black Mulberry (Morus nigra) 99 Black Root (Leptandra virginica) 104 Brewer's Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) 118 Brooklime (Veronica beccabunga) G-6. . 121 • Buckthorn (Rhamnus catharticus) G-6. G-16. 310 » Flax (Linum usitatissimum) G-12. Bael (Aegle marmelos) Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) Behen (Moringa oleifera) Bitter Apple (Citrullus colocynthis) Black Catnip (Phyllanthus amarus) Black Hellebore (Helleborus niger) 9 G-3. 771 Wahoo (Euonymus atropurpurea) cG-25. 225 Cotton Tree (Cochlospermum gossypium) 229 English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) . . 153 Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) G-7. 97 (See under Pregnancy. G-17. .134 Cape Aloe (Aloe ferox) 16 • Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana) G-7. . 496 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17. . adjunctive therapy in) Astragalus (Astragalus species) CONJUNCTIVITIS. 513 Morning Glory (Ipomoea hederacea) 523 Oats (Avena sativa) G-18. 697 Sneezewort (Achillea ptarmica) 700 Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) G-23. 792 Water Dock (Rumex aquaticus) \ 795 Wheat (Triticum aestivum) . . G-12. 83 91 G-5.1-90/COLON. G-22. 596 • Psyllium (Plantago ovata) . 325 Garden Cress (Lepidium sativum) G-12. 500 Marsh Marigold (Caltha palustris) G-17. 551 Pear (Pyrus communis) 577 Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza kurroa) 589 Pitcher Plant (Sarracenia purpurea) G-20. . 684 Sesame (Sesamum orientate) 688 Sloe (Prunus spinosa) . 326 Greater Bindweed (Calystegia sepium) . 313 » Frangula (Rhamnus frangula) G-12. . 342 CONDYLOMATA ACUMINATA Mayapple (Podophyllum peltatum) CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE. 185 Copaiba Balsam (Copaifera langsdorffi) 220 Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus) G-9. 469 • Manna (Fraxinus ornus) . Aloe capensis. 50 58 G-4. 317 Gamboge (Garcinia hanburyi) G-12. 551 Agar (Gelidium amansii) • Aloe (Aloe barbadensis. 61 67 G-5. 181 • Chinese Rhubarb (Rheum palmatum) G-8. UNSPECIFIED 54 California Peppertree (Schinus molle) 139 Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus) G-9. 791 Wallflower (Cheiranthus cheiri) G-25. 270 Figs (Ficus carica) G-11. . irritable. irritable. Aloe vera) Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) . . . SPASTIC (See under Bowel. . syndrome) COLON. 510 (See also under Edema.

MALE COUGH. . . 221 Stonecrop . . G-12. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF O F / I . . 316 (Calotropis 338 cynapium) gigantea) CORNS • C o w s l i p (Primula veris) Cupmoss pyxidata) Cypress sempervirens) Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea • Echinacea Purpurea (See under H y p e r k e r a t o s i s disorders) CORYZA.9 1 Common Kidney Vetch (Anthyllis vulneraria) Common acre) . 408 410 415 (Apocynum 418 {Mentha 431 G-15. 278 (Cladonia githago) (Coriandrum G-9.1 6 . .8 . 448 (Glycyrrhiza G . . 468 • Hempnettle segetum) • High Mallow sylvestris) Horse Chestnut (Aesculus G . 143 G . .5 . 64 G-25. G-16. ACUTE skin (See under C o l d . 291 rhoeas) Cornflower cyanus) Parsley Milkweed (Aethusa G-12. 788 Coriander sativum) Corn Corn Cockle Poppy (Agrostemma 222 (Papaver 223 (Centaurea G-9.1 4 . 500 (Althaea sos (Filipendula G-17. 397 hippocastanum) • Horseradish rusticana) Hound's Tongue {Cynoglossum officinale) • Iceland Moss (Cetraria islandica) Indian-Hemp cannabinum) • Japanese Jimson Mint Weed arvensis piperascens) stramonium) Khat (Catha edulis) • Knotweed aviculare) • Licorice glabra) Lungmoss pulmonaria) Lycium Bark chinense) • Ma-Huang sinica) Maidenhair Marigold officinalis) Marijuana sativa) • Marshmallow officinalis) • Meadowsweet ulmaria) Mouse • Mullein • Nasturtium majus) • Niauli viridiflora) • O a k (Quercus robur) Ear officinarum) (Verbascum densiflorum) capillus-veneris) CONVULSIVE EPISODES. 436 447 G-15. .4 . • Camphor Tree (Cinnamomum camphora) Carob siliqua) Cherry Laurel Tree (Prunus laurocerasus) Cocillana rusbyi) » C o l t ' s F o o t (Tussilago farfara) (Guraea (Ceratonia (Calotropis (Asa rum (Arundinaria europaeum) • L i n d e n (Tilia species) . .1 3 .1 4 .6 . 94 Eyebright officinalis) G . common. 282 (Eucalyptus G-11.I S .7 . 310 (Lepidium G-12. (Echinacea purpurea) • English helix) 15 G-3. 537 (Melaleucea 542 . 35 41 48 • English Eryngo lanceolata) campestre) • Eucalyptus globulus) G . 331 . 261 G-10. 469 (Lobaria 484 (Lycium 486 (Ephedra G . . 60 • European nigra) 85 • European europaea) G . . . G-9. 457 A l m o n d (Prunus dulcis) • A n i s e (Pimpinella anisum) • A r n i c a (Arnica montana) As a r u m Bamboo japonica) Bitter Black Borage Milkwort Currant (Borago (Polygala amara) (Ribes nigrum) officinalis) British E l e c a m p a n e (Inula britannica) B r o a d B e a n (Vicia faba) Calotropis procera) . . 389 Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) CONTUSION B a s i l (Ocimum basilicum) Vervain officinalis) (Verbena Holly {Ilex aquifolium) . 214 (Sedum 215 G .f i . 151 G . 302 (Knautia G-11.1 4 . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF • L a r c h (Larix decidua) .1 7 . 179 198 G-9. 532 (Tropaeolum G . G . 241 angustifolia) .7 . 261 G-10.1 6 . 403 (Armoracia G . . CONTROL OF European album) Fool's Giant Mistletoe (Viscum G-11. 497 (Cannabis G . 287 (Sanicula 296 (Euphrasia 300 (Kadsura 301 (Foeniculum e . . 367 372 (Grindelia 379 (Conium G-13. . 511 (Pilosella 529 G-i8. 27S Plantain (Eryngium G-11. 477 G . 549 (Calendula (Polygonum {Datura (Malva G . . G-4. 225 231 238 (Cupressus G-9.I S .INDICATIONS INDEX CONTRACEPTIVE. 114 119 120 141 False • Fennel vulgare) Field Garden sativum) arvensis) Schisandra japonica) Ivy (Hedera s y m p t o m a t i c relief of) COUGH.G-IS. 386 Scabious Cress (Plantago G-11. 488 (Adiantum 491 G-17. 209 • German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) Ground • Gumweed species) Hemlock maculatum) Ivy G r e e k S a g e (Salvia triloba) (Glechoma hederacea) • Denotes recommendation by Commission E.1 6 . 283 Elder Sanicle (Sambucus G-11. G . 326 . 395 (Galeopsis G .1 4 .

WHOOPING G-18. 5 Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4. symptomatic relief of) Snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis) 700 DENTAL CARIES. MINOR. ALZHEIMER'S TYPE 48 G-6. . 148 Celandine (Chelidonium majliS) G-8. 788 G-25. 674 • Seneca Snakeroot (Polygala senega) 683 • Soapwort (Saponaria officinalis) G-22. 811 G-26. 796 798 G-25. TETANIC AND EPILEPTIC Hemlock (Conium maculatum) G-13. ABDOMINAL. 598 Poppyseed (Papaver somniferum) G-20. 624 Quince (Cydonia oblongata) 625 • Radish (Raphanus SativUS) G-20. G-3. topical relief of) CYSTITIS Pleurisy Root (Asclepias tuberosa) G-20. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Oats (Avena sativa) • Onion (Allium cepa) Oregano (Origanum vulgare) Ox-Eye Daisy (Ch rysan themum leucanthemum) • Peppermint (Mentha piperita) Petasites (Petasites hybridus) Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza kurroa) • Pimpinella (Pimpinella major) PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) • Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) • Tolu Balsam (Myroxylon balsamum) Vervain (Verbena officinalis) Water Fennel (Oenanthe aquatica) • Watercress (Nasturtium officinale) • White Mustard (Sinapis alba) • White Nettle (Lamium album) Wild Cherry (Prunus serotina) Wild Daisy (Bellis perennis) • Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum) Wood Betony (Betonica Officinalis) COUGH. 557 G-19. : ' G-23. 629 Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) G-21. I S I Muskmallow (Abelmoschus moschatus) 533 Peppermint (Mentha piperita) G-19. 833 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 764 G-25. 580 G-19. 705 Spikenard (Aralia racemosa) G-23. 580 Sweet Marjoram (Origanum majorana) G-24. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF (See under Dermatitis. 310 G-12. PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH (See under Pain. 746 Woundwort (Stachys palustris) 832 Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) G-26. 559 G-24. 551 G-19. . 815 G-26. 6i Bishop's Weed (Ammi Visnaga) G-5. . 701 Southern Bayberry (Myrica cerifera) G-22. 633 Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) 652 • Scotch Pine (Pinus species) G-22. 750 G-24. 443 542 543 775 (See under Dermatitis. 805 G-25. G-7. 114 G-13. 711 • Spruce (Picea species) 714 • Star Anise (Illicium verum) . seborrheic) CRAMPS. Lycium Berries (Lycium barbarum) DEHYDRATION. 628 Ragwort (Senecio jacobaea) G-20. 386 563 G-19.1-92/COUGH. 806 810 G-26. 761 G-24. 169 Chicory (Cichorium intybus) G-8. 591 CUTS. 746 (See under Pertussis) CRADLE CAP African Potato (Hypoxis rooperi) Arenaria Rubra (Spergularia rubra) Field Scabious (Knautia arvensis) Fumitory (Fumaria officinalis) Kava Kava (Piper methysticum) Niauli (Melaleucea viridiflora) Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) DANDRUFF 7 39 G-11. . 609 Premorse (Scabiosa succisa) G-20. 612 Quillaja (Quillaja saponaria) G-20. 725 Storax (Liquidambar orientalis) G-23. TREATMENT OF 487 Asarum (Asarum europaeum) Borage (Borago officinalis) Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) Onion (Allium cepa) DEMENTIA. seborrheic) DEBILITY Adonis (Adonis vernalis) . SI Caraway (Carum carvi) . 557 (See also under Organic brain dysfunction. 369 . 825 CRAMPS. 359 G-19. 585 589 G-19. PROPHYLAXIS Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) G-13. 322 G-15. LEG (See under Leg muscle cramps) CRAMPS. 734 • Sundew (Drosera ramentacea) 740 Sweet Marjoram (Origanum majorana) G-24. .

. 88 Evening Primrose (Oenothera biennis) . 78 Heartsease (Viola tricolor) . control of. 75 Bistort (Persicaria bistorta) G-5. 729 DERMATITIS. 104 Bog Bilberry (Vaccinium uliginosum) G-e. 256 Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) 770 DIARRHEA. . 551 Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) . 530 Nux Vomica (Strychnos nux vomica) G-i8. G-22. 401 Loosestrife (Lysimachia vulgaris) G-ie. 624 Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) G-23. 746 DERMATITIS. 28 Dogwood (Cornus florida) G-10. 237 Basil (Ocimum basilicum) . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF/I-93 Carline Thistle (Carlina acaulis) 151 Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) G-16. ei Barley (Hordeum distichon) G-4. 37 Bael (Aegle marmelos) 58 Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4. . 668 • St. adjunct to diet) DIAPHORETIC Ammoniac Gum (Dorema ammoniacum) DIARRHEA 29 • Bittersweet Nightshade (Solanum dulcamara) . 813 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. G-5. 575 Quillaja (Quillaja saponaria) G-20. 391 Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) G-17. 719 Sweet Marjoram (Origanum majorana) G-24. . 620 Southern Tsangshu (Atractylodes lancea) 706 Spanish-Chestnut (Castanea sativa) 708 Surinam Cherry (Eugenia unifloria) 742 Water Germander (Teucrium scordium) 797 Wild Mint (Mentha aquatica) G-26. 469 Winter's Bark (Drimys winteri) 820 DERMATOSES. . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF (See under Hyperglycemia. 22 Angostura (Galipea officinalis) 34 Apple Tree (Malus domestica) G-4. 515 Mountain Grape (Mahonia aquifolium) G-i8. 156 Cat's Claw (Unicaria tomentosa) ieo Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8. Acacia (Acacia arabica) 3 • Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) G-3. . G-12. 226 Khat {Catha edulis) 447 Lemon Balm {Melissa officinalis) G-16. 48i Mountain Avens (Dryas octopetala) 526 Muira-Puama (Ptychopetalum olacoides) 531 Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) G-20. . . ECZEMATOID (See under Skin. 547 Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata) G-19. 359 Great Burnet (Sanguisorba officinalis) G-13. CHRONIC G-9. . 461 Mug wort (Artemisia vulgaris) G-18. 111 Canadian Fleabane (Erigeron canadensis) . 366 Gum Arabic (Acacia Senegal) 378 Horehound (Marrubium vulgare) G-14. BLOODY. UNSPECIFIED Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) G-5. G-11. CORTICOSTEROIDRESPONSIVE DIARRHEA. . 298 Marigold (Calendula officinalis) G-17. 10 Alkanet (Alkanna tinctoria) G-3. . 573 Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) . . 64 California Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) G-7. . 527 Oats (Avena sativa) G-i8. inflammatory conditions) DIABETES MELLITUS American White Pond Lily (Nymphaea odorata) . 94 • Blackberry (Rubus fruticosus) G-6. 75 Arrowroot (Maranta arundinacea) 43 Carob (Ceratonia siliqua) G-7. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) G-23. . 82 Black Catnip (Phyllanthus amarus) 91 Black Currant (Ribes nigrum) G-S. 144 Carrageen (Chondrus crispus) 152 Cascarilla (Croton eluteria) . SEBORRHEIC Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Birch (Betula species) G-5.382 Henna (Lawsonia inermis) G-14. 140 Corydalis {Corydalis cava) . . . 331 Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) G-13. . . . RELIEF OF SYMPTOMS 108 Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) DIARRHEA. 63 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Bennet's Root (Geum urbanum) G-4.G-4. PREVENTION OF DIARRHEA. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) DEPRESSION. G-3. 71 • Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) G-5. G-7. 13 Amaranth (Amaranthus hypochondriacus) G-3. 165 . 269 German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) .INDICATIONS INDEX DENTAL PLAQUE. 151 Elm Bark (Ulmus minor) G-10. 497 DERMATITIS.

. 37 Artichoke (Cynara scolymus) G-4. 425 ' Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) 429 Lady's Mantle (Alchemilla vulgaris) G-15. 799 DIGESTIVE DISORDERS. . 316 Gambir (Uncaria species) . 35 Apple Tree (Maius domestica) . . ess Salep (Orchis species) 657 Sandarac (Tetraclinis articulata) 660 Self-Heal (Prunella vulgaris) G-22. 681 Simaruba (Simaruba amara) 695 Sloe (Prunus spinosa) .410 Houseleek (Sempervivum tectorum) G-14. 481 Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) 505 Matico (Piper elongatum) . 612 • Psyllium Seed (Plantago afra) G-20. . 811 Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) G-26. 833 DIET. 549 Oats (Avena sativa) G-18. 44 Asa Foetida (Ferula foetida) 47 Balmony (Chelone glabra) G-4. . 616 Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) . . .G-22. 199 • Coffee (Coffea arabica) . 59 Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4. 212 Cranesbill (Geranium maculatum) 233 Dragon's Blood (Daemonorops draco) 257 Elephant-Ears (Bergenia crassifolia) 268 European Five-Finger Grass (Potentilla reptans) . 536 Nerve Root (Cypripedium calceolus) 541 • Oak (Quercus robur) . 16 Alteris (Aletris farinosa) 11 American Ivy (Parthenocissus quinquefolia) G-3. 468 Logwood (Haematoxylon campechianum) 480 Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) G-16. 324 Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) G-13. . . G-6. 190 • Cinquefoil (Potentilla erecta) G-8. 821 • Denotes recommendation by Commission £. . 64 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Bennet's Root (Geum urbanum) G-4. 411 Jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus) G-15. . 112 • Brewer's Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) lis Broom Corn (Sorghum vulgare) 121 Bugle (Ajuga reptans) . 86 Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus) 106 • Blessed Thistle (Cnicus benedictus) G-6. . G-21. . 289 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11. 178 Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) G-8. . 520 Myrtle (Myrtus communis) G-18. 610 • Psyllium (Plantago ovata) . 622 Quince (Cydonia oblongata) 625 Rhatany (Krameria triandra) 641 Rue (Ruta graveolens) . . . . . 202 Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) G-9. 794 Wild Cherry (Prunus serotina) 810 Wild Daisy (Bellis perennis) G-26. Aloe vera) G-3. 107 • Bog Bean (Menyanthes trifoliata) G-6. 369 Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea) 372 Herb Robert (Geranium robertianum) G-14. PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Wood Betony (Betonica officinalis) G-26. . 26 • Angelica (Angelica archangelica) G-3. 82 Bitter Candytuft (Iberis amara) 84 • Bitter Orange (Citrus aurantium) G-5. 648 Sage (Salvia officinalis) .1-94/DIARRHEA. G-6. 71 Bistort (Persicaria bistorta) G-S. G-4. . 551 Pinus Bark (Tsuga canadensis) G-19. . . . . . . Aloe capensis. 456 Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) G-16. 825 Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) G-26.G-18. 605 • Potentilla (Potentilla anserina) G-20. 192 Cocoa (Theobroma cacao) G-8. 594 Plantain (Musa paradisiaca) 597 Pomegranate (Punica granatum) G-20. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Adrue (Cyperus articulatus) G-3. 396 Hound's Tongue (Cynoglossum officinale) . SUPPLEMENTATION OF Wheat (Triticum aestivum) . 291 False Schisandra (Kadsura japonica) 301 Fool's Parsley (Aethusa cynapium) G-12. G-9. 393 Hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) G-14. 509 Moneywort (Lysimachia nummularia) G-17. . . 32 • Anise (Pimpinella anisum) G-3. 735 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 Uzara (Xysmalobium undulatum) 782 Water Avens (Geum rivale) G-25. . 697 Smartweed (Persicaria hydropiper) 699 Sneezewort (Achillea ptarmica) 700 Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) G-23. 110 • Boldo (Peumus boldus) . 6 Aloe (Aloe barbadensis. 6i Basil (Ocimum basilicum) G-4. G-21. . . 125 . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Cheken (Eugenia chequen) . G-11.

369 Guar Gum {Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) 376 • Haronga {Haronga madagascariensis) 380 Hartstongue {Scolopendrium vulgare) 381 • Henbane {Hyoscyamus niger) G-14. 534 Noni {Morinda citrifolia) . G-16.. DIGESTIVE DISORDERS / I . 138 Calotropis {Calotropis procera) 141 • Caraway {Carum carvi) . 283 • Fennel {Foeniculum vulgare) G-11. 544 • Onion {Allium cepa) G-19. 396 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 156 Cayenne {Capsicum annuum) G-8. 327 German Ipecac {Cynanchum vincetoxicum) 335 Germander {Teucrium chamaedrys) G-12. 339 Goldthread {Coptis trifolia) . . 260 Elecampane {Inula helenium) G-10. . 239 Cyclamen {Cyclamen europaeum) 240 • Dandelion {Taraxacum officinale) G-9. 148 • Cardamom {Elettaria cardamomum) G-7. 149 Carline Thistle {Carlina acaulis) 151 Carob {Ceratonia siliqua) G-7. 337 Giant Milkweed {Calotropis gigantea) 338 • Ginger {Zingiber officinale) G-12. 266 Elm Bark {Ulmus minor) G-10. 440 Lavender Cotton {Santolina chamaecyparissias) . 397 Honeysuckle {Lonicera caprifolium) 399 • Horehound {Marrubium vulgare) G-14. 302 Feverfew {Tanacetum parthenium) G-11. . G-12. 408 • Iceland Moss {Cetraria islandica) 415 • Immortelle {Helichrysum arenarium) 417 Indian Nettle {Acalypha indica) 419 Indian Physic {Gillenia trifoliata) 421 Jambolan {Syzygium cumini) 429 Jatamansi {Nardostachys jatamansi) 433 Jewel Weed {Impatiens biflora) 436 • Juniper {Juniperus communis) G-15. 221 Corn Cockle (Agrostemma githago) 222 Cup Plant {Silphium perfoliatum) G-9. . G-7. 401 Horsemint {Monarda punctata) 407 Horseradish {Armoracia rusticana) G-14.559 . 174 Cheken {Eugenia chequen) . 151 Cascarilla {Croton eluteria) . 270 English Horsemint {Mentha longifolia) G-10. . 238 • Curcuma {Curcuma xanthorrhizia) G-9. I S I • Chinese Cinnamon {Cinnamomum aromaticum) 182 Chiretta {Swertia chirata) 187 • Cinnamon {Cinnamomum verum) G-8.G-IS. . 130 Calamint {Calamintha nepeta) 138 Calamus {Acorus calamus) G-7. 245 • Devil's Claw {Harpagophytum procumbens) 247 • Dill {Anethum graveolens) G-10. 325 Garlic {Allium sativum) . . 252 Dragon's Blood {Daemonorops draco) 257 Dyer's Broom {Genista tinctoria) G-10. 219 • Coriander {Coriandrum sativum) G-9. 482 Magnolia {Magnolia glauca) 490 Masterwort {Peucedanum ostruthium) 507 • Milk Thistle {Silybum marianum) G-17. 527 Myrrh {Commiphora molmol) G-IS. 190 Colombo {Jateorhiza palmata) 208 • Condurango {Marsdenia condurango) 216 Congorosa {Maytenus ilicifolia) 218 Coolwort {Tiarella cordifolia) G-9. 481 Lovage {Levisticum officinale) G-ie. 516 Mountain Avens {Dryas octopetala) 526 Mountain Grape {Mahonia aquifolium) G-IS. 321 Galbanum {Ferula gummosa) 323 Gamboge {Garcinia hanburyi) G-12.9 5 Holly {Ilex aquifolium) . 358 Greek Sage {Salvia triloba) . 178 • Chicory {Cichorium intybus) G-8. 389 Hogweed {Heracleum sphondylium) G-14. . . 277 Eucalyptus {Eucalyptus globulus) G-11.INDICATIONS INDEX Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) G-7. 275 • English Lavender {Lavandula angustifolia) G-10. . 269 English Chamomile {Chamaemelum nobile) G-10. 460 Lemon Verbena {Aloysia triphylla) 463 • Lesser Galangal {Alpinia officinarum) 467 Lotus {Nelumbo nucifera) G-16. G-14. 557 Opium Antidote {Combretum micranthum) . 306 Frostwort {Helianthemum canadense) G-12. . 165 • Centaury {Centaurium erythraea) G-8. . 367 Green Tea {Camellia sinensis) G-13.

829 ' Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) G-26. UNSPECIFIED. . 628 Reed Herb (Phragmites communis) 639 • Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) G-21. 809 Wild Cherry (Prunus serotina) 810 Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyilum) G-26. 719 Papaya (Carica papaya) . 725 Stillingia (Stillingia sylvatica) 729 Swamp Milkweed (Asclepias incarnata) . G-7. 121 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 Canadian Fleabane (Erigeron canadensis) . 366 Jalap (Ipomoea purga) . 605 Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) . 648 Saffron (Crocus sativus) . G-21. 468 Loosestrife (Lysimachia vulgaris) G-16. . 679 . John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) 657 G-22. 571 577 577 579 G-19. 567 G-19. idiopathic) DYSENTERY Pimpinella (Pimpinella major) Pineapple (Ananas comosus) Pinus Bark (Tsuga canadensis) Pitcher Plant (Sarracenia purpurea) Plantain (Musa paradisiaca) Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) Quince (Cydonia oblongata) • Quinine (Cinchona pubescens) • Radish (Raphanus Sativus) G-19. 427 Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) 429 Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) G-16. . 682 G-22. . 655 Salep (Orchis species) Scurvy Grass (Cochlearia officinalis) Senburi (Swertia japonica) Skirret (Sium sisarum) . 591 593 G-19. 745 DROPSY G-19. . . 481 Matico (Piper elongatum) . . . 509 Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza kurroa) 589 Pomegranate (Punica granatum) G-20. 565 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 622 Simaruba (Simaruba amara) 695 Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) 770 Uzara (Xysmalobium undulatum) 782 DYSMENORRHEA. 766 Turkey Corn (Dicentra cucullaria) 775 • Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. G-19. G-15. 761 Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) G-24. 833 Yellow Gentian (Gentiana lutea) 836 Yellow Toadflax (Linaria vulgaris) 840 Zedoary (Curcuma zedoaria) G-26. 709 • Sweet Orange (Citrus sinensis) G-24. 653 Sage (Salvia officinalis) . 791 Water Avens (Geum rivale) G-25. 645 Rue (Ruta graveolens) . 622 625 G-20. . 697 G-23. Alteris (Aletris farinosa) 11 Beth Root (Trillium erectum) G-4. 626 G-20. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Brooklime (Veronica beccabunga) G-6. 74 Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) G-5. 815 Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens) 820 Wood Sorrel (Oxalis acetosella) 827 » Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) G-26. 747 Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) G-24. .1-96/DIGESTIVE DISORDERS Oregano (Origanum vulgare) Oswego Tea (Monarda didyma) Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) Pear (Pyrus communis) Pellitory (Anacyclus Pyrethrum) Pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium) • Peppermint (Mentha piperita) PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Star Anise (Illicium verum) G-23. 580 (See under Edema. .G-23. . . . 596 597 . 696 G-22. 594 G-20. 92 Black Haw (Viburnum prunifolium) G-5. 794 Water Fennel (Oenanthe aquatica) G-25. 796 Watercress (Nasturtium officinale) 798 Wild Carrot (Daucus carota) G-25. 306 German Ipecac (Cynanchum vincetoxicum) 335 Groundsel (Senecio vulgaris) 374 . 144 Catechu (Acacia catechu) 163 Giant Milkweed (Calotropis gigantea) 338 Great Burnet (Sanguisorba officinalis) G-13. 788 Wahoo (Euonymus atropurpurea) G-25. . 96 False Unicorn Root (Veratrum luteum) 301 Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) G-11. 846 DIGESTIVE INSUFFICIENCIES. Sloe (Prunus spinosa) . G-21. G-21. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF G-23. 559 562 G-19.. . Spearmint (Mentha spicata) St. . 743 Sweet Gale (Myrica gale) G-24.

G-4. 403 Indian-Hemp (Apocynum cannabinum) 418 Japanese Atractylodes (Atractylodes japonica) 430 Lily-of-the. 719 ENURESIS. 366 High Mallow (Malva sylvestris) G-14. .G-21. 140 G-21. 468 Maidenhair (Adiantum capillus-veneris) 491 Marigold (Calendula officinalis) G-17. 497 Marsh Blazing Star (Liatris spicata) G-17. 130 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11. NOCTURNAL. 622 Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) 631 Spurge (Euphorbia resinifera) 716 Stone Root (Collinsonia canadensis) G-23. 500 (See under Skin. 74 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Black Catnip (Phyllanthus amarus) 91 Canadian Fleabane (Erigeron canadensis) . ATOPIC Surinam Cherry (Eugenia unifloria) Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) EMPHYSEMA 742 775 Teazle (Dipsacus silvestris) ECZEMA. . 359 Betel Nut (Piper betle) . 610 Puff Ball (Lycoperdon species) 618 Ragwort (Senecio jacobaea) G-20. 503 Martagon (Lilium martagon) 506 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) 543 Oregano (Origanum vulgare) G-19. 144 Cleavers (Galium aparine) . 672 EDEMA. 327 ECZEMA. INFLAMMATION. inflammatory conditions) EDEMA. 813 Wild Yam (Dioscorea Villosd) G-26. . IDIOPATHIC (See under Digestive disorders. UNSPECIFIED G-24. PRIMARY California Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens) EPILEPSY G-7. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) G-23. . . 158 Garlic (Allium sativum) . symptomatic relief of) DYSTONIA California Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) G-7. ADJUNCTIVE THERAPY IN Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) G-14. 140 DYSURIA.INDICATIONS INDEX Horehound (Marrubium vulgare) G-14. 733 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 313 Great Burnet (Sanguisorba officinalis) G-13. . 291 . 664 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) G-7. 655 Simaruba (Simaruba amard) 695 Summer Savory (Satureja hortensis) G-23. 254 German Ipecac (Cynanchum vincetoxicum) 335 German Sarsaparilla (Carex arenaria) 336 Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. G-IS. 757 Marijuana sativa) ENTERITIS (Cannabis G-17. CHRONIC Colombo (Jateorhiza palmata) ENURESIS 208 Chinese Cinnamon (Cinnamomum aromaticum) 182 False Schisandra (Kadsura japonica) 301 St. 629 Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) 770 Wild Mint (Mentha aquatica) G-26. 580 Potentilla (Potentilla anserina) G-20. . . . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Arenaria Rubra (Spergularia rubra) Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) EAR. Flax (Linum usitatissimum) G-12. 409 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22.Valley (Convallaria majalis) . . 193 Corn Cockle (Agrostemma githago) 222 Dog Rose (Rosa canind) G-IO. 401 Horsemint (Monarda punctata) 407 Lady's Mantle (Alchemilla vulgaris) G-15. 395 Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza kurroa) 589 Rhatany (Krameria triandra) 641 Sage (Salvia officinalis) . 739 ENTEROCOLITIS. 475 Lycium Berries (Lycium barbarum) 487 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) 543 Pineapple (Ananas comosus) 593 Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) . . 456 Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) G-16.G-12. MIDDLE 39 G-13. G-7. 817 Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens) 820 DYSPEPSIA EPILEPSY /I-97 Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) G-7. 559 Peppermint (Mentha piperita) G-19.

278 • European Elder (Sambucus nigra) G-11. REDUCTION OF G-19. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF 426 41 Arnica (Arnica montana) California Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) Cola (Cola acuminata) G-7. . .1-98/EPILEPSY PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES European Peony (Paeonia officinalis) 0-11. 287 • German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . G-3. 32 • Anise (Pimpinella anisum) G-3. 841 ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION Dogwood (Cornus florida) G-IO. 359 429 . 678 Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) 770 Valerian {Valeriana officinalis) G-25. . 5 Aga (Amanita muscaria) . . 500 Mug wort {Artemisia vulgaris) G-18. G-16. G-11. . . . 530 Oats (Avena sativa) G-18. 783 Yew {Taxus baccata) . . 551 Siberian Ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus) 693 Spinach (Spinacia oleracea) G-23. 382 • Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 • Larch (Larix decidua) . 337 Greater Bindweed (Calystegia sepium) . 50 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Black Catnip (Phyllanthus amarus) 91 Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) G-5. . . . 783 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. 295 Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) G-13. . 712 Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) G-25. 283 European Five-Finger Grass (Potentilla reptans) . 140 205 • Angelica (Angelica archangelica) G-3. 256 Elephant-Ears (Bergenia crassifolia) 268 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) G-11. Abscess Root (Polemonium reptans) G-3. INFLAMMATION OF G-8. 500 Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) G-17. . 256 Ginseng (Panax ginseng) 346 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17. .G-16. 178 Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) G-9. 359 Groundsel (Senecio vulgaris) 374 Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria majalis) .. 331 Heartsease (Viola tricolor) . 788 FEVER ASSOCIATED WITH COMMON COLD • Peppermint (Mentha piperita) Premorse (Scabiosa succisa) • Scotch Pine (Pinus species) • Spruce (Picea species) FEVER. . . . 8 Angostura (Galipea officinalis) 34 Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) . . 61 Calamint (Calamintha nepeta) 138 Carline Thistle (Carlina acaulis) 151 • Echinacea Pallida (Echinacea pallida) 26i • Echinacea Purpurea (Echinacea purpurea) . G-3. . 92 Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) G-7. 221 Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus) G-9. 457 Linden (Tilia species) . 508 Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) G-18. G-10. 612 G-22. 843 Jack-in-the-Pulpit (Arisaema atrorubens) FATIGUE. 3 Adonis (Adonis vernalis) . 488 • Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria) G-17. 511 • Onion (Allium cepa) G-19. G-26. 367 . 557 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E.G-13. 580 G-20. 225 Divi-Divi (Caesalpinia bonducella) 253 Dogwood (Cornus florida) G-IO. 165 Centaury (Centaurium erythraea) G-8. . G-IS. 289 Fever Bark (Alstonia constricta) 305 Germander (Teucrium chamaedrys) G-12. . 674 714 Asiatic Dogwood {Cornus officinalis) Chinese Cinnamon {Cinnamomum aromaticum) Ginseng (Panax ginseng) Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla pratensis) EXHAUSTION 51 182 346 572 Celery (Apium graveolens) Chinese Cinnamon (Cinnamomum aromaticum) Congorosa (Maytenus ilicifolia) Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) Yohimbe Bark (Pausinystalia yohimbe) EYE. G-4. 174 Cheken (Eugenia chequen) . . 530 Scullcap {Scutellaria lateriflora) G-22. 130 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 Canella (Canella winterana) 147 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8. 261 • English Plantain (Plantago lanceolata) G-11. 35 • Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4. 477 • Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) G-16. G-12. 475 Marijuana {Cannabis sativa) G-17. x 172 ** " 182 218 G-13. .

. 622 Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) 63i Red Currant (Ribes rubrum) G-21. . G-12. ANAL FLUID RETENTION/I-99 German Sarsaparilla (Carex arenaria) 336 Horehound (Marrubium vulgare) G-14. 497 Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) G-18. 193 Clematis (Clematis recta) .178 Cleavers (Galium aparine) . 162 Celery (Apium graveolens) G-8. 807 Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) G-26. 12 Angelica (Angelica archangelica) G-3. 678 Simaruba (Simaruba amara) . 709 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 White Nettle (Lamium album) G-25.G-7. 388 Hwema Bark (Corynanthe pachyceras) 412 Jacob's Ladder (Polemonium caeruleum) G-15. 310 Frangula (Rhamnus frangula) G-12. 648 Sandarac (Tetraclinis articulata) eeo Scullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora) G-22. G-7. . 275 Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) G-11. 123 Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana) G-7. . 52 Astragalus (Astragalus species) 54 Basil (Ocimum basilicum) . 544 Northern Prickly Ash (Zanthoxylum americanum) 545 Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) G-19. . 496 Adrue (Cyperus articulatus) G-3. 64 Bean Pod (Phaseolus vulgaris) G-4. G-17. G-4. 302 Galbanum (Ferula gummosa) 323 German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . 695 Surinam Cherry (Eugenia unifloria) 742 Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) G-24. 128 Cat's Foot (Antennaria dioica) G-8. . 525 Neem (Antelaea azadirachta) G-IS. 331 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 829 Woundwort (Stachys palustris) 832 FISSURE. 295 Field Scabious (Knautia arvensis) G-11. 317 Manna (Fraxinus ornus) . 482 Masterwort (Peucedanum ostruthium) 507 Oswego Tea (Monarda didyma) 562 Quinine (Cinchona pubescens) G-20. . 64 Bear's Garlic (Allium ursinum) 66 Caraway (Carum carvi) . G-18. 521 Mountain Ash Berry (Sorbus aucuparia) ..G-4. 185 European Peony (Paeon ia officinalis) G-11. . 153 Chinese Rhubarb (Rheum palmatum) G-8. 172 Cheken (Eugenia chequen) . 32 Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) .. 571 Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza kurroa) 589 Pineapple (Ananas comosus) 593 Poley (Teucrium polium) 603 Purple Gromwell (Lithospermum erytrorhizon) 619 Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) . G-21. 194 . . . SO Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) G-4. Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) G-3. G-8. 427 Khat (Catha edulis) 447 Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) G-16. RELIEF OF Buckthorn (Rhamnus catharticus) G-6. 539 Noni (Morinda citrifolia) G-IS. 148 Chinese Cinnamon (Cinnamomum aromaticum) 182 Congorosa (Maytenus ilicifolia) 218 English Horsemint (Mentha longifolia) G-10. 468 Marigold {Calendula officinalis) G-17.INDICATIONS INDEX Hemp Agrimony (Eupatorium cannabinum) G-13. 32 Basil (Ocimum basilicum) G-4. 123 Burdock (Arctium lappa) . 65 Buckthorn (Rhamnus catharticus) G-6. 626 Salep (Orchis species) 657 Sneezewort (Achillea ptarmica) 700 Spearmint (Mentha spicata) G-23. 750 Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) 753 Tulip Tree (Liriodendron tulipifera) 774 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 Water Germander (Teucrium scordium) 797 White Willow (Salix species) G-25. 812 Wild Service Tree (Sorbus torminalis) 814 Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) G-26. 806 Yellow Gentian (Gentiana lutea) 836 FLUID RETENTION FLATULENCE. 401 Horsemint (Monarda punctata) 407 Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi) 433 Lovage (Levisticum officinale) G-16. 634 Rue (Ruta graveolens) . 6 Alteris (Aletris farinosa) 11 Angelica (Angelica archangelica) G-3.

366 Larch (Larix decidua) . 75 Asa Foetida (Ferula foetida) Barley (Hordeum distichon) Cabbage (Brassica oleracea) Calamus (Acorus calamus) California Peppertree (Schinus molle) Cat's Claw (Unicaria tomentosa) 47 G-4. 88 Olive (Olea europaea) . 556 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. . 409 Larkspur (Delphinium Marigold (Calendula consolida) 6-15. 254 Pimpinella (Pimpinella Elecampane (Inula major) G-19. G-5. 158 Digitalis (Digitalis purpurea) G-10. G-14. G-22. ACTIVE. 326 Scurvy Grass (Cochlearia German Ipecac officinalis) G-22. 503 FUNGAL INFECTIONS. 791 Horsetail (Equisetum Water Fennel (Oenanthe arvense) G-14. 455 arvense) G-14. 256 Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) . 458 officinalis) G-17. 735 officinalis) G-13. 497 Oats (Avena sativa) G-IS. 353 Sweet Clover (Melilotus Hempnettle (Galeopsis officinalis) G-24. . . . 557 Solomon's Seal (Polygonatum multiflorum) G-22. 28 ulmaria) G-17. 591 helenium) G-10. .G-10. 448 annuum) G-8. martagon) 506 cutaneous) Mate (Ilex FURUNCULOSIS paraguariensis) G-17. . 819 Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) 429 FROSTBITE. mycotic. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Ammoniac Gum (Dorema ammoniacum) Behen (Moringa oleifera) GALLSTONES 29 67 (See under Biliary calculi. . SKIN Martagon (Lilium (See under Infections. .G-19. SHORT-TERM TREATMENT OF Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) GASTRITIS G-5. chemical dissolution of) GASTRIC ULCERS. 508 Meadowsweet (Filipendula American White Pond Lily (Nymphaea odorata) . 477 Oak Gall (Quercus Marigold (Calendula infectoria) 550 officinalis) G-17. 497 Linden (Tilia species) . 331 Great Burnet (Sanguisorba officinalis) G-13. . . 225 Pear (Pyrus communis) 577 Dog Rose (Rosa canina) . . 397 atropurpurea) G-25. . G-15. BENIGN. 503 Tolu Balsam (Myroxylon Marsh Marigold (Caltha balsamum) G-24. . 679 (Cynanchum Short Buchu (Barosma vincetoxicum) 335 betulina) 691 German Sarsaparilla (Carex Sloe (Prunus spinosa) . 812 FURUNCULOSIS. 764 palustris) G-17. POSSIBLY EFFECTIVE IN Knotweed (Polygonum Cayenne (Capsicum aviculare) G-IS. 607 spicata) G-17. 63 G-7. 796 Immortelle (Helichrysum White Bryony (Bryonia arenarium) 417 alba) G-25. G-ie. 551 Marsh Blazing Star (Liatris Poplar (Populus species) G-20. 800 Indian-Hemp (Apocynum Winter Cherry (Physalis cannabinum) 418 alkekengi) G-26.1-100 /FLUID RETENTION Copaiba Balsam (Copaifera Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) G-19. 661 sativum) G-12. G-12. 248 Dogwood (Cornus florida) G-10. 703 White Lily (Lilium candidum) 804 Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) G-26. . 457 Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) 505 Onion (Allium cepa) G-19. . 746 sabdariffa) G-14. 513 (Solanum dulcamara) . 394 Wahoo (Euonymus Holly (Ilex aquifolium) . 511 Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 Mercury Herb (Mercurialis • Bittersweet Nightshade annua) G-17. 165 Lady's Bedstraw (Galium Horsetail (Equisetum verum) G-IS. 697 arenaria) 336 Strawberry (Fragaria Goat's Rue (Galega vesca) G-23. 389 Sweet Marjoram (Origanum Hibiscus (Hibiscus majorana) G-24. 138 139 160 . 266 Sarsaparilla (Smilax Garden Cress (Lepidium species) G-21. . . PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES • Brewer's Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) us Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) G-7. G-3. 744 segetum) G-13. 134 G-7. 261 German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . 409 aquatica) G-25. 567 langsdorffi) 220 Parsley Piert (Aphanes Cornflower (Centaurea arvensis) 570 cyanus) G-9.

G-4. . 746 Wafer Ash {Ptelea trifoliata) 790 Walnut {Juglans regia) . G-6. 818 Yellow Jessamine {Gelsemium sempervirens) 838 GASTROINTESTINAL HYPERMOTILITY. 806 Wild Daisy {Bellis perennis) G-26. 500 Masterwort {Peucedanum ostruthium) 507 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 212 Flax {Linum usitatissimum) G-12. 165 Chinese Cinnamon {Cinnamomum aromaticum) 182 Chinese Olive {Canarium species) 184 Columbine {Aquilegia vulgaris) G-9. 580 Petasites {Petasites hybridus) G-19. G-7. 383 Hogweed {Heracleum sphondylium) G-14. 101 Black Pepper {Piper nigrum) G-6. 793 White Bryony {Bryonia alba) G-25.G-25. 746 White Nettle {Lamium album) G-25. .324 Germander {Teucrium chamaedrys) G-12. . 643 Sorb Apple {Sorbus domestica) 704 Speedwell {Veronica officinalis) G-23. 266 Elephant-Ears {Bergenia crassifolia) 268 Gambir {Uncaria species) .. 398 Hyssop {Hyssopus officinalis) G-15. 414 Jambolan {Syzygium cumini) 429 Japanese Atractylodes {A tract}'lodes japonica) 430 Japanese Mint {Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 Lady Fern {Athyrium filix-femina) G-15. 530 Oats {Avena sativa) G-18. . 454 Lemon Balm {Melissa officinalis) G-ie. 461 Linden {Tilia species) . 134 Canella {Canella winterana) 147 Henbane niger) {Hyoscyamus G-14. 103 Bog Bilberry {Vaccinium uliginosum) G-6. G-12. 513 Mug wort {Artemisia vulgaris) G-18. 571 Pasque Flower {Pulsatilla pratensis) 572 Peppermint {Mentha piperita) G-19. . 162 Cayenne {Capsicum annuum) G-8. . G-14. 806 GASTRITIS. 710 Spinach {Spinacia oleracea) G-23. 409 Cinquefoil {Potentilla erecta) Fool's Parsley {Aethusa cynapium) Self-Heal {Prunella vulgaris) GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS G-8. 551 Parsley {Petroselinum crispum) G-19. 469 Marshmallow {Althaea officinalis) 505 Mountain Grape {Mahonia aquifolium) G-IS. 112 Burdock {Arctium lappa) . 337 Goutweed {Aegopodium podagraria) G-13. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Horsetail {Equisetum arvense) GASTROENTERITIS G-14.INDICATIONS INDEX Colombo {Jateorhiza palmata) 208 Comfrey {Symphytum officinale) G-9. 681 Behen {Moringa oleifera) 67 Betel Nut {Piper betle) . 361 Heather {Calluna vulgaris) G-13. 477 Lungwort {Pulmonaria officinalis) G-16. 111 Boldo {Peumus boldus) . 313 German Chamomile {Matricaria recutita) . HEMORRHAGIC GASTROINTESTINAL HYPERMOTILITY /I-101 Cashew {Anacardium occidentale) G-7. . 567 Parsnip {Pastinaca sativa) G-19. 158 Cat's Foot {Antennaria dioica) G-8. 331 Ground Ivy {Glechoma hederacea) 372 Khat {Catha edulis) 447 • Licorice {Glycyrrhiza glabra) G-i6. G-16. Mercury Herb {Mercurialis annua) G-17. 814 Willow Herb {Epilobium angustifolium) G-26. 316 G-22. 527 Quince {Cydonia oblongata) 625 Strawberry {Fragaria vesca) G-23. . 585 Picrorhiza {Picrorhiza kurroa) 589 Poley {Teucrium polium) 603 Raspberry {Rubus idaeus) G-21. 389 . . . 485 Marijuana {Cannabis sativa) G-17. . 128 Butternut {Juglans cinerea) . . . 396 Hollyhock {Alcea rosea) . 735 Sweet Marjoram {Origanum major ana) G-24. 75 Black Nightshade {Solanum nigrum) G-6. 800 White Nettle {Lamium album) G-25. 157 Castor Oil Plant {Ricinus communis) G-7. 74 Bilberry {Vaccinium myrtillus) G-5. 630 Red Bryony {Bryonia cretica) 632 Red Sandalwood {Pterocarpus santalinus) . . 712 Sweet Marjoram {Origanum majorana) G-24. . 211 Congorosa {Maytenus ilicifolia) 218 Cubeb {Piper cubeba) 235 Elecampane {Inula helenium) G-10. 635 Rice {Oryza sativa) G-21. 811 Wild Radish {Raphanus raphanistrum) G-26. 192 G-12.

541 Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) . G-11. . 672 Scurvy Grass (Cochlearia officinalis) G-22. 254 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E.G-11. . G-4. 606 Rupturewort (Herniaria glabra) G-21. 275 (See under Brucellosis) GINGIVITIS Acacia (Acacia arabica) 3 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Calamus (Acorus calamus) G-7. 50 G-4. . 295 German Sarsaparilla (Carex arenaria) 336 Germander (Teucrium chamaedrys) G-12. 6i G-5. 289 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11. . 331 Mastic Tree (Pistacia lentiscus) G-17. . 260 G-10. . 169 Calabar Bean (Physostigma venenosum) 137 Jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus) G-IS. 98 Colt's Foot (Tussilago farfara) GLANDULAR PROBLEMS G-9. 86 G-5. G-8. G-18. Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) . 361 Ground Pine (Ajuga chamaepitys) G-13. 503 New Jersey Tea [Ceanothus americanus) . 172 Brazilian Pepper Tree (Schinus terebinthifolius) . 425 Snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis) 700 GONORRHEA Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) . . UNSPECIFIED G-8. . .1-102/GENITAL WARTS GENITAL WARTS PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Kava Kava (Piper methysticum) G-15. 289 German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . 521 Mountain Ash Berry (Sorbus aucuparia) . sos Oak Gall (Quercus infectoria) 550 Rhatany (Krameria triandra) 64i Scurvy Grass (Cochlearia officinalis) G-22. . 409 Java Tea (Orthosiphon spicatus) 434 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17. . 131 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 Celandine (Chelidonium mqjus) G-8. European Peony (Paeonia officinalis) G-11.117 Bulbous Buttercup (Ranunculus bulbosus) 128 Burr Marigold (Bidens tripartita) G-7. . 206 Cowslip (Primula veris) 231 Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) G-9. 679 . 245 Dog Rose (Rosa canina) G-10. 209 Cleavers (Galium aparine) .. 193 GLANDULAR STIMULATION Celery (Apium graveolens) GLAUCOMA. 20 . 679 Sloe (Prunus spinosa) . 94 G-5. 622 Sandalwood (Santalum album) 659 Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) 770 GOUT. 551 Pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium) 579 Plantain (Musa paradisiaca) 597 Pontian Rhododendron (Rhododendron ponticum) . 291 Alpine Cranberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea) . G-22. 443 Khat (Catha edulis) 447 Marsh Blazing Star (Liatris spicata) G-17. 78 G-5. 408 Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) G-14. 172 Cheken (Eugenia chequen) . . 500 Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria) G-17. . . G-12. 90 G-5. 525 Oats (Avena sativa) G-18. . 697 Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) 757 Wood Sorrel (Oxalis acetosella) 827 GLANDS. . MANAGEMENT OF SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS (See under Condylomata acuminata) GIBRALTAR FEVER Dyer's Broom (Genista tinctoria) English Ivy (Hedera helix) G-10. 383 Horseradish (Armoracia rusticana) G-14. 511 Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) G-i8. Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) Birch (Betula species) Bitter Orange (Citrus aurantium) Black Bryony (Tamus communis) Black Currant (Ribes nigrum) Black Horehound (Ballota nigra) . 212 European Five-Finger Grass (Potentilla reptans) .261 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) G-11. 373 Heather (Calluna vulgaris) G-13. 194 1 Colchicum (Colchicum autumnale) G-9. . G . . 337 Goutweed (Aegopodium podagraria) G-13. . 283 Celery (Apium graveolens) G-8. 1 7 8 Chickweed (Stellaria media) iso Clematis (Clematis recta) . . 75 G-5. . 138 Catechu (Acacia catechu) 163 Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) G-9. eso Rust-Red Rhododendron (Rhododendron ferrugineum) 650 Sandarac (Tetraclinis articulata) 660 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22.3 . . . SWOLLEN European Golden Rod (Solidago virgaurea) . .

270 English Horsemint (Mentha longifolia) G-10. 461 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17. 807 Yellow Jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens) 838 HEADACHE. M I G R A I N E / 1 . STIMULATION OF Coriander sativum) (Coriandrum G-9. G-8. 409 Maidenhair (Adiantum capillus-veneris) 491 HALITOSIS. 681 White Lily (Lilium candidum) 804 Wood Anemone (Anemone nemorosa) 824 HAIR LOSS Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 Black Bryony (Tamus communis) G-5. 468 Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) G-17. 500 Nux Vomica (Strychnos nux vomica) G-18. 712 Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) GUMS. 710 Spiny Rest Harrow (Ononis spinosa) G-23. 212 (See under Pain. 788 Wild Service Tree (Sorbus torminalis) 814 Winter Cherry (Physalis alkekengi) G-26. . 749 Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) G-24. 164 Ergot (Claviceps purpurea) . John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) G-23. 221 HALLUCINOGENS Iporuru (Alchornea floribunda) Peyote (Lophophora williamsii) HANSEN'S DISEASE 424 G-19. 735 Surinam Cherry (Eugenia unifloria) 742 Sweet Cicely (Myrrhis odorata) G-24. MIGRAINE Spinach (Spinacia oleracea) GUM DISEASE G-23.I N D I C A T I O N S INDEX HEADACHE. 585 Rust-Red Rhododendron (Rhododendron ferrugineum) 650 . 342 Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. so Catnip (Nepeta cataria) . 300 Ground Pine (Ajuga chamaepitys) G-13. 771 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. Asarum (Asarum europaeum) 48 Catnip (Nepeta cataria) .1 0 3 Short Buchu {Barosma betulina) 691 Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) G-23. 588 (See under Leprosy) HAY FEVER (See under Pollinosis) HEADACHE Khat (Catha edulis) 447 Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) G-ie. 90 Horsetail (Equisetum an'ense) G-14. 743 Self-Heal (Prunella vulgaris) G-22. G-12. 690 Spurge (Euphorbia resinifera) 716 Sweet Vernal Grass (Anthoxanthum odoratum) G-24. 783 White Willow (Salix species) G-25. 373 Marijuana (Cannabis G-17. 248 Dogwood (Cornus florida) G-10. . 237 Digitalis (Digitalis purpurea) G-IO. 164 Cola (Cola acuminata) 205 European Peony (Paeonia officinalis) G-11. IN CHILDREN. SORE G-9. 140 Clematis (Clematis recta) . 221 Cowslip (Primula veris) 231 Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) G-9. 194 Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) G-9. dental) GYNECOLOGICAL DISORDERS Birth wort (Aristolochia clematitis) G-5. 306 Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) G-ie. 275 Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) . G-8. 295 Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) G-11. . 256 Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) .. 825 Woundwort (Stachys palustris) 832 GROWTH. 629 Shepherd's Purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris) G-22. 547 Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla pratensis) 572 Petasites (Petasites hybridus) G-19. 500 sativa) Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 California Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) G-7. 750 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) G-25. 261 English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) G-IO. . 515 Muskmallow (Abelmoschus moschatus) 533 Petasites (Petasites hybridus) G-19. 819 Wood Anemone (Anemone nemorosa) 824 Wood Betony (Betonica officinalis) G-26. 713 Spurge (Euphorbia resinifera) 716 St. G-8. . 585 Ragwort (Senecio jacobaea) G-20. 280 Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) G-11. ADJUNCTIVE THERAPY IN Triticum (Agropyron repens) G-25. 719 Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) G-23.

adjunct in) HEARTBURN (See under Hyperacidity. . unspecified) HEADACHE. . G-3. 23 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Black Hellebore (Helleborus niger) G-5. G-21. 809 Wormseed Oil (Chenopodium ambrosioides) G-26. 297 Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) G-11. 672 HEMORRHAGE. symptomatic relief of) HELMINTHIASIS Amargo (Quassia amara) . POSTPARTUM Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) G-24. adjunct in) HEART FAILURE. G-7. . 283 Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) .. 82i HEMATURIA Burr Marigold (Bidens tripartita) HEMOPHILIA. 754 Traveller's Joy (Clematis vitalba) HEADACHE. 821 HEMORRHAGE. 190 Corn Cockle (Agrostemma githago) 222 Cowhage (Mucuna pruriens) 230 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) G-11. 828 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 497 Morning Glory (Ipomoea hederacea) 523 Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) G-18. 306 Green Hellebore (Helleborus viridis) 368 Groundsel (Senecio vulgaris) 374 Indian Nettle (Acalypha indica) 419 Larkspur (Delphinium consolida) G-15.1-104/HEADACHE. 280 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. 131 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) HEMOPTYSIS G-22. 458 Lavender Cotton (Santolina chamaecyparissias) . 316 Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) G-14. 448 Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) G-ie. UNSPECIFIED G-7. . 539 Pineapple (Ananas comosus) 593 Pink Root (Spigelia marilandica) 594 Plantain (Musa paradisiaca) 597 Pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo) G-20. 756 HEMORRHAGE. 144 Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) G-7. 829 Wormwood Grass (Spigelia anthelmia) 83i Yellow Lupin (Lupinus luteUS) HEMATEMESIS 839 Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) G-26. 134 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 Canadian Fleabane (Erigeron canadensis) . 97 Blue Cohosh (Caulophyllum thalictroides) 109 Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) G-7. 793 Water Germander (Teucrium scordium) 797 Wild Carrot (Daucus carota) G-25. 409 Loosestrife (Lysimachia vulgaris) G-16. 750 Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) G-24. . 648 St. 618 Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) G-26. 536 Neem (Antelaea azadirachta) G-18. 530 Myrtle (Myrtus communis) G-18. 690 Taumelloolch (Lolium temulentum) G-24. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) G-23. 158 Centaury (Centaurium c erythraea) G-8. 745 Forget-Me-Not (Myosotis arvensis) G-12. 174 Chives (Allium schoenoprasum) G-8. . TENSION G-25. 746 Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) G-24. 769 (See under Pain. G-16. 460 Marigold (Calendula officinalis) G-17. 291 Golden Ragwort (Senecio aureus) 354 Knotweed (Polygonum aviculare) G-15. 754 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 Walnut (Juglans regia) . 719 Sweet Gale (Myrica gale) G-24. migraine) HEART FAILURE (See under Congestive heart failure. CONGESTIVE (See under Congestive heart failure. .. Ergot (Claviceps purpurea) . . UNSPECIFIED Alpine Ragwort (Senecio nemorensis) European Mistletoe (Viscum album) 21 G-11. 468 . 672 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) 543 Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) G-26. 130 European Water Hemlock (Cicuta virosa) G-11. 48i Puff Ball (Lycoperdon species) 618 • Shepherd's Purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris) G-22. gastric. VASCULAR (See under Headache. 188 Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) G-8. . MIGRAINE PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Sweet Marjoram (Origanum majorana) G-24. 622 Rue (Ruta graveolens) . NASAL Butternut (Juglans cinerea) . G-25.

. . 298 HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA 182 Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) G-13. 295 Frangula (Rhamnus frangula) G-12. 185 Common Stonecrop (Sedum acre) 215 Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) G-9. 181 Cranesbill (Geranium maculatum) 233 German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . . G-11. 366 Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. 409 . GASTRIC. 6i Congorosa (Maytenus ilicifolia) 218 European Five-Finger Grass (Potentilla reptans) . 289 Lovage (Levisticum officinale) G-ie. 327 Perilla (Perilla fructescens) . 245 European Peony (Paeonia officinalis) G-11. 833 Yellow Toadflax (Linaria vulgaris) 840 Catechu (Acacia catechu) Elephant-Ears (Bergenia crassifolia) Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) Matico (Piper elongatum) New Jersey Tea (Ceanothus americanus) HEPATIC CIRRHOSIS Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) G-18. 751 HEMORRHOIDS. 825 Yellow Jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens) 838 HYPERACTIVITY Chinese Cinnamon (Cinnamomum aromaticum) HERPES GENITALIS Evening Primrose (Oenothera biennis) . 331 • Psyllium (Plantago ovata) . 101 Buckthorn (Rhamnus catharticus) G-e. 759 HERPETIC MANIFESTATIONS. . 648 HERNIA. . 703 Sweet Clover (Melilotus officinalis) G-24. 620 Smartweed (Persicaria hydropiper) 699 Solomon's Seal (Polygonatum multiflorum) G-22. 744 Tolu Balsam (Myroxylon balsamum) G-24. 612 Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum) G-24. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) HEPATITIS. 123 • Butcher's Broom (Ruscus aculeatus) G-7. 573 Pomegranate (Punica granatum) G-20. G-11. . . 509 . G-12. . 361 Great Burnet (Sanguisorba officinalis) G-13. . AN AID IN 163 268 G-14. 674 HEMOSTASIS. UNSPECIFIED G-17. 130 Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) G-ie. G-21. 607 Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) G-20. 165 G-11. TESTICULAR Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4. 541 Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) 786 HYPERACIDITY. 605 Poplar (Populus species) G-20. 764 Water Germander (Teucrium scordium) 797 Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) G-26.1 0 5 Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata) G-19.INDICATIONS INDEX Logwood (Haematoxylon campechianum) 480 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) 543 Self-Heal (Prunella vulgaris) G-22. 355 Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) 228 • Garlic (Allium sativum) . 132 Butternut (Juglans cinerea) . . 528 HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS INFECTIONS • Thuja (Thuja occidentalis) G-24. 583 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. . ORAL. . . 681 HEMORRHOIDS HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA / I . 283 300 G-22. 469 Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza kurroa) 589 Rue (Ruta graveolens) . s i e Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) G-7. . 482 Salep (Orchis species) 657 Wood Betony (Betonica officinalis) G-26. . . . 317 Gout weed (Aegopodium podagraria) G-13. . . 134 Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana) 6-7. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF (See under Herpes simplex virus infections) HICCUP • • Calamint nepeta) HOARSENESS (Calamintha 138 • Acacia (Acacia arabica) 3 Beth Root (Trillium erectum) G-4. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Cape Aloe (Aloe ferox) 16 Chicory (Cichorium intybus) G-8. . G-12. 403 Lemon Verbena (Aloysia triphylla) 463 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) Eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis) Scotch Pine (Pinus species) HODGKIN'S DISEASE G-8. . 153 Chickweed (Stellaria media) iso Chinese Rhubarb (Rheum palmatum) G-8. 74 Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) G-6. 821 Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) G-26.

.8 . 353 Greek Sage (Salvia triloba) . 248 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11. 174 Cocoa (Theobroma cacao) G . . . . 327 Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) G-13. 289 Garlic (Allium sativum) .1 0 6 /HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA. 327 Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) Guar Gum (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) HYPERTENSION Strophanthus Gratus (Strophanthus gratus) 736 Surinam Cherry (Eugenia unifloria) 742 Wood Sage (Teucrium scorodonia) G-26. . 655 • Walnut (Juglans regia) .G-21. PRIMARY HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA. Fumitory (Fumaria officinalis) HYPOTENSION G-12. 376 Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) 429 Mountain Ash Berry (Sorbus aucuparia) . 448 • Sage (Salvia officinalis) . . 575 . 174 Cheken (Eugenia chequen) . 327 German Sarsaparilla (Carex arenaria) 336 Goat's Rue (Galega officinalis) G-13. 606 • Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) 631 Rust-Red Rhododendron (Rhododendron ferrugineum) 650 • Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. 727 Alpine Ragwort (Senecio nemorensis) Bear's Garlic (Allium ursinum) Brown Kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera) Celandine (Chelidonium majUS) 21 66 122 G-8. . . UNSPECIFIED (See under Hypertension) HYPERTENSIVE CRISES Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) Divi-Divi (Caesalpinia bonducella) Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) 376 (See under Hypertension) HYPERTHYROIDISM G-9.G-19. . 707 Triticum (Agropyron repens) G-25. 727 Strophanthus (Strophanthus kombe) 736 Garlic (Allium sativum) HYPERLIPEMIA . 612 G-22. induction of) HYPOCHONDRIA Black Horehound (Ballota nigra) G-5. 551 Onion (Allium cepa) G-19. . G-12. 75 Black Catnip (Phyllanthus amarus) 91 Centaury (Centaurium erythraea) G-8. ADJUNCT TO DIET Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) . 826 HYPERTENSION. PRIMARY. . 169 Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus) HYPERTONIA 106 Centaury (Centaurium erythraea) G-8. . 544 Oats (Avena sativa) G-IS. 359 Hwema Bark (Corynanthe pachyceras) 412 Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) G-ie. G-18. G-12. . 556 Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) 63i HYPNOTIC (See under Sleep. . Garlic (Allium sativum) .G-12. ESSENTIAL G-5. 52s Noni (Morinda citrifolia) . . Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) • Psyllium (Plantago ovata) • Soybean (Glycine soja) . . . 298 G-12. . . . . 557 Plantain (Musa paradisiaca) 597 Poley (Teucrium polium) 603 Reed Herb (Phragmites communis) 639 Stevia (Stevia rebaudiana) . 81 Olive (Olea europaea) .. G-3. 69 Japanese Atractylodes (Atractylodes japonica) 430 Knotweed (Polygonum aviculare) G-15. 793 HYPERKERATOSIS SKIN DISORDERS Plantain (Musa paradisiaca) 597 Pontian Rhododendron (Rhododendron ponticum) . 291 Bishop's Weed (Ammi Visnaga) G-5. 245 253 G-11. CONTROL OF. G-11. . G-25. 771 Wild Service Tree (Sorbus torminalis) 814 HYPERHIDROSIS HYPERGLYCEMIA. .G-18. 672 Stevia (Stevia rebaudiana) . . 729 Evening Primrose (Oenothera biennis) . 530 HYPOGLYCEMIA • Garlic (Allium sativum) . . . . 65 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) G-5.0-11. 75 HYPERLIPOPROTEINEMIA. . 283 European Golden Rod (Solidago virgaurea) . 98 Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) G-18. . 322 • Camphor Tree (Cinnamomum camphora) Northern Prickly Ash (Zanthoxylum americanum) G-7. 557 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E.I . ADJUNCT TO DIET PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) G-23. 12 Alpine Ragwort (Senecio nemorensis) 21 Bean Pod (Phaseolus vulgaris) G-4. 461 Lycium Bark (Lycium chinense) 486 • Onion (Allium cepa) G-19. 199 Belladonna (Atropa belladonna) G-4. 178 Common Stonecrop (Sedum acre) 215 Digitalis (Digitalis purpurea) G-10. 327 . 143 545 . 367 Guar Gum (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) .

SOFT TISSUES {See under Infections. RESPIRATORY TRACT. 130 Heartsease {Viola tricolor) . PREVENTION OF Pitcher Plant {Sarracenia purpurea) G-20. symptomatic relief of) INFECTION. G-7. 557 • Peppermint {Mentha piperita) G-19. 382 Oats {Avena sativa) G-IS. 331 • Japanese Mint {Mentha an'ensis piperascens) 431 • Larch {Larix decidua) . SKIN AND SKIN STRUCTURE Cat's Claw {Unicaria tomentosa) INFECTIONS. . 678 Sweet Violet {Viola odoratd) G-24. skin and skin structure) INFECTIONS. . 128 Peanut {Arachis hypogaea) . . 800 Yellow Dock {Rumex Crispus) 835 INFECTIONS. MYCOTIC. . 26i INFECTIONS. 551 IMPOTENCE. 750 Valerian {Valeriana officinalis) G-25. 359 Lemon Balm {Melissa officinalis) G-16. 580 • Scotch Pine (Pinus species) G-22. VIRAL INFECTIONS. 201 Goa Powder {Andira araroba) 352 Jack-in-the-Pulpit {Arisaema atrorubens) 426 Oak Gall {Quercus infectoria) 550 Pasque Flower {Pulsatilla pratensis) 572 Tea Tree {Melaleuca alternifolia) 757 Thuja {Thuja occidentalis) G-24. 680 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 674 • Siberian Ginseng {Eleutherococcus senticosus) 693 • Spruce {Picea species) 714 INFECTION.G-10. RESPIRATORY TRACT. 199 INFECTIONS. 783 ICHTHYOSIS. 461 Marijuana {Cannabis sativa) G-17. UNSPECIFIED Astragalus {Astragalus species) 54 Echinacea Angustifolia {Echinacea angustifolia) . . 500 Nerve Root {Cypripedium calceolus) 541 Scullcap {Scutellaria lateriflora) G-22. Kamala {Mallotus philippinensis) Kousso {Hagenia abyssinica) Male Fern {Dryopteris filix-mas) 442 450 G-17. 759 Turmeric {Curcuma domestica) 775 INFECTIONS. TAPEWORM / I . 580 Thuja {Thuja occidentalis) G-24. 322 Picrorhiza {Picrorhiza kurroa) 589 Red Bryony {Bryonia cretica) 632 Sorrel {Rumex acetosa) 705 White Bryony {Bryonia alba) G-25. . . TAPEWORM Dog Rose {Rosa canina) G-IO. 261 Iporuru {Alchornea floribunda) 424 Peppermint {Mentha piperita) G-19. . G-15. CUTANEOUS Burning Bush {Dictamnus albus) G-7. . 483 • Onion {Allium cepa) G-19. . INTESTINAL . 98 Burning Bush {Dictamnus albus) G-7. SO • Cajuput {Melaleuca leucadendra) G-7. G-10. .INDICATIONS INDEX HYSTERIA. SMALLPOX {See under Erectile dysfunction) INDIGESTION {See under Digestive disorders. 291 Gotu Kola {Centella asiatica) G-13. . TREATMENT ADJUNCT Black Horehound {Ballota nigra) G-5. 130 Calotropis {Calotropis procera) 141 Echinacea Purpurea {Echinacea purpurea) . 493 . 61 Birthwort {Aristolochia clematitis) G-5. . GENITOURINARY TRACT 160 Burdock {Arctium lappa) . 759 Virola {Virola theiodora) 789 INFECTIONS. tendency to) IMPETIGO CONTAGIOSA Cocoa {Theobroma cacao) G-8.1 0 7 • Echinacea Purpurea {Echinacea purpurea) . 575 IMMUNODEFICIENCY. . NON-SPECIFIC 757 Coconut Palm {Cocos nucifera) G-9. 134 Fumitory {Fumaria officinalis) G-12. G-12. ACUTE INFECTIONS. 326 • German Chamomile {Matricaria recutita) . UNSPECIFIED Matico {Piper elongatum) INFECTIONS. . . 476 Luffa {Luffa aegyptica) . 457 Lemon {Citrus limon) 460 Lime {Citrus aurantifolia) G-16. . 270 European Mistletoe {Viscum album) G-11. 136 Butternut {Juglans cinerea) . G-16. 596 Purple Gromwell {Lithospermum erytrorhizon) 619 INFECTIONS. TENDENCY TO • Arnica {Arnica montana) 41 Barberry {Berberis vulgaris) G-4. UNSPECIFIED English Chamomile {Chamaemelum nobile) G-IO. 261 Garden Cress {Lepidium sativum) G-12. . 254 Sea Buckthorn {Hippophae rhamnoides) G-22. 509 {See under Infection. MALE Tea Tree {Melaleuca alternifolia) INFECTIONS.

2 8 7 Horseradish (Armoracia rusticana) G-14. 460 Marsh Marigold (Caltha palustris) G-17. SUNBURN INFECTIONS. 713 Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) G-23. 841 INFECTIONS. G-18. 367 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. (See under Hyperkeratosis skin disorders) . Dog Rose (Rosa canina) G-10. 735 JOINTS. 605 • G-20. ANORECTAL (See under Pruritus. 144 • Canadian Golden Rod (Solidago canadensis) 145 Chocolate Vine (Akebia quinata) 189 Copaiba Balsam (Copaifera langsdorffi) 220 • Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) G-9. 537 • Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) G-19.1 0 8 / I N F E C T I O N S . . 289 • Horseradish (Armoracia rusticana) G-14. 551 Quinine (Cinchona pubescens) G-20. 503 Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) G-17. 211 Holly (Ilex aquifolium) . 78 Canadian Fleabane (Erigeron canadensis) . UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT • • • Bistort (Persicaria bistorta) G-5.G-16.G-10. 729 Triticum (Agropyron repens) G-25. 626 Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) G-26. inflammatory conditions) IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME (See under Bowel. 397 Horehound (Marrubium vulgare) G-14. 549 563 INFLAMMATORY CONDITIONS. G-14. 771 Uva-Ursi (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi) G-25. syndrome) ITCHING. induction of) INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION Ammoniac Gum (Dorema ammoniacum) Indian Nettle (Acalypha indica) Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) KERATOSIS PALMARIS 29 419 466 (See under Claudication. 482 • Nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus) G-18. 672 Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) G-23. SKIN (See under Pruritus. . . 82 Catechu (Acacia catechu) 163 Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) G-26. topical relief of) INSOMNIA (See under Sleep. irritable. URINARY TRACT Short Buchu (Barosma betulina) 691 Spiny Rest Harrow (Ononis spinosa) G-23. G-11. topical relief of) ITCHING. 567 • Sandalwood (Santalum album) 659 Oak (Quercus robur) Ox-Eye Daisy (Ch rysa n th em u m leucanthemum) . . topical relief of) JAUNDICE • Angelica (Angelica archangelica) G-3. 32 • Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) G-4. 65 • Birch (Betula species) G-S. 401 Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi) 433 Lavender Cotton (Santolina chamaecyparissias) . UNSPECIFIED Picrorhiza kurroa) (Picrorhiza 589 INFLUENZA. 261 • European Golden Rod (Solidago virgaurea) . 52 • Bean Pod (Phaseolus vulgaris) G-4. Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) 128 190 209 254 270 G-11. 4os Oats (Avena sativa) G-IS. intermittent) • Denotes r e c o m m e n d a t i o n by Commission E. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Bulbous Buttercup (Ranunculus bulbosus) Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) G-8. 779 (See under Gonorrhea) INTERTRIGO (See under Skin. PAIN DUE TO American Liverleaf (Hepatica nobilis) 26 Asarum (Asarum europaeum) 48 Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4. . . . 409 Iporuru (Alchornea floribunda) 424 • Java Tea (Orthosiphon spicatus) 434 • Lovage (Levisticum officinale) G-ie. . English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) . . 408 • Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) G-14. Colt's Foot (Tussilago farfara) G-9. 61 Columbine (Aquilegia vulgaris) G-9. 812 INSECT BITES. G-7. 812 INFECTIONS. 2 8 3 European Elder (Sambucus nigra) G-11. G-26. SWOLLEN (See under Pain. 516 Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) G-19. VENEREAL INFLAMMATION. TAPEWORM PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S Pomegranate (Punica granatum) Pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo) G-20.1 . G-10. . 6 1 8 Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) 770 Yew (Taxus baccata) . 245 • Echinacea Purpurea (Echinacea purpurea) .

322 G-13. 408 431 G-16. 287 Sage (Salvia officinalis) . . 193 LIVER AND GALLBLADDER COMPLAINTS Vervain (Verbena officinalis) LARYNGOTRACHEITIS G-25. 812 • LICE. 44 • G-4. . 508 Siberian Ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus) 693 Southern Tsangshu (Atractylodes lancea) 706 Caraway (Carum carvi) . human) LICE. 287 • Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) G-26. 225 American Bittersweet (Celastrus scandens) American Liverleaf (Hepatica nobilis) Ammoniac Gum (Dorema ammoniacum) Asarum (Asarum europaeum) 24 26 29 48 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. . G-9. 383 G-13. 245 G-10. 475 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 LEUKEMIA. Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) Pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium) Peppermint (Mentha piperita) G-12. G-16. 169 ' Petasites (Petasites hybridus) Scopolia (Scopolia carniolica) Stillingia (Stillingia sylvatica) Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) Vervain (Verbena officinalis) Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) G-19. STIMULATION OF • Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) G-16. ei G-4. 283 Alpine Ragwort (Senecio nemorensis) 21 Blue Cohosh (Caulophyllum thalictroides) 109 Fever Bark (Alstonia constricta) 305 Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria majalis) .G-21. BODY (See under Pediculosis. human) LICE. 516 579 G-19. 580 (See under Pediculosis. . . 833 LIVER DISORDERS Cornflower cyanus) (Centaurea G-9. 202 Cola (Cola acuminata) 205 Ginseng (Panax ginseng) 346 Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) G-17. HEAD Fringetree (Chionanthus virginicus) Fumitory (Fumaria officinalis) Heather (Calluna vulgaris) Hemp Agrimony (Eupatorium cannabinum) Herb Robert (Geranium robertianum) Horseradish (Armoracia rusticana) Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) Linden (Tilia species) . 788 G-26. 469 Cleavers (Galium aparine) . human) LITHURSIS LACTATION. 148 European Elder (Sambucus nigra) G-11. STIMULATION OF • Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) Elecampane (Inula helenium) Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) G-9. UNSPECIFIED (See under Hyperkeratosis skin disorders) KERATOSIS PLANTARIS (See under Hyperkeratosis skin disorders) LABOR. G-16. 403 Sweet Clover (Melilotus officinalis) G-24. 69 G-S. . . 266 G-11. 393 G-14. 475 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. PUBIC (See under Pediculosis. 672 LACK OF STAMINA • Reed Herb (Phragmites communis) LEUKORRHEA Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) White Nettle (Lamium album) 639 • 770 G-25. 321 G-12.INDICATIONS INDEX KERATOSIS PILARIS LIVER DISORDERS / I . 468 Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) G-16. 744 Adam's Needle (Yucca filamentosa) • Artichoke (Cynara scolymus) Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) • Belladonna (Atropa belladonna) Bitter Apple (Citrullus colocynthis) Black Root (Leptandra virginica) » Celandine (Chelidonium majus) 4 • G-4. 388 G-14. 829 G-26. 132 Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. 788 European Elder (Sambucus nigra) G-11.1 0 9 LEPROSY Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus species) 177 Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) G-9. 221 Giant Milkweed (Calotropis gigantea) 338 Hwema Bark (Corynanthe pachyceras) 412 Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria majalis) . . G-7. 806 • • • • Coffee (Coffea arabica) . . 83 104 G-8. 655 LEG MUSCLE CRAMPS Butcher's Broom (Ruscus aculeatus) G-7. 477 G-17. 585 671 729 753 G-25.

503 Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) G-17. 275 Wild Daisy (Bellis perennis) Wood Sage (Teucrium scorodonia) Wood Sorrel (Oxalis acetosella) Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) G-26. 130 Ergot (Claviceps purpurea) . 193 LYMPH NODES.G-22. . 61 Beet (Beta vulgaris) G-4. . . 121 California Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) G-7. .1-1 10 /LIVER DISORDERS PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Astragalus (Astragalus species) 54 Balmony (Chelone glabra) . . 783 MENORRHAGIA Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 • Beth Root (Trillium erectum) G-4. G-11. 176 Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) LYMPHEDEMA G-26. 114 Chinese Cinnamon (Cinnamomum aromaticum) 182 Golden Ragwort (Senecio aureus) 354 Great Burnet (Sanguisorba officinalis) G-13. 261 Figwort (Scrophularia nodosa) G-11. 280 Great Burnet (Sanguisorba officinalis) G-13. 140 Cocoa (Theobroma cacao) G-8.559 Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) . 710 Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) G-23. 456 Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) G-25. 254 English Ivy (Hedera helix) G-10. 668 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. . 812 European Golden Rod (Solidago virgaurea) . 500 Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) G-17. 92 • Chaste Tree (Vitex agnus-castus) G-8. falciparum infections) MALARIA. 283 Bulbous Buttercup (Ranunculus bulbosus) MENOPAUSE. . . . 811 G-26. . 366 Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) G-14. 707 Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) G-23. MANAGEMENT OF THE MANIFESTATIONS OF Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) LYMPHOSARCOMA 786 (See under Lymphomas. Borage (Borago officinalis) G-6.G-4. 6i Black Catnip (Phyllanthus amarus) 91 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8. . 289 German Sarsaparilla (Carex arenaria) 336 Hedge-Hyssop (Gratiola officinalis) G-13. . 409 . INFLAMMATION OF Bugle weed (Lye opus virginicus) Chaste Tree (Vitex agnus-castus) MEASLES G-6. sie Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) .7 . 622 Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) 63i Red Bryony (Bryonia cretica) 632 Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) . CLIMACTERIC COMPLAINTS 128 (See under Hodgkin's disease) LYMPHOMAS.. . 199 Corn Silk (Zea mays) 224 Dodder (Cuscuta epithymum) G-10. . 385 Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi) 433 Jujube (Zyzyphus jujube) 439 Marsh Marigold (Caltha palustris) G-17. 516 Opium Antidote (Combretum micranthum) . . . . 672 Soybean (Glycine soja) . 126 G-8. 826 827 G-26. 67 Black Currant (Ribes nigrum) G-5. 165 Croton Seeds (Croton tiglium) 234 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17. 311 Sweet Clover (Melilotus officinalis) G-24. 735 White Bryony (Bryonia alba) G-25. NON-HODGKIN'S • Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) G-5. . . HODGKIN'S Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) . 812 MASTODYNIA LUMPS IN THE BREAST Cleavers (Galium aparine) . 800 Ammoniac Gum (Dorema ammoniacum) 29 Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) . 829 Tree of Heaven {Ailanthus altissima) 770 Tulip Tree (Liriodendron tulipifera) 774 Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) G-26. 176 MENOPAUSE. 59 Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4. 622 Simaruba (Simaruba amara) 695 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. . G-22. 744 LYMPHOMAS. TREATMENT OR PROPHYLAXIS OF Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4. 74 Burning Bush 0ictamnus albus) G . 94 Brooklime (Veronica beccabunga) G-6. 366 Lady's Mantle (Alchemilla vulgaris) G-IS. . non-Hodgkin's) MALARIA (See under P. 261 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) MENINGITIS G-11.

295 Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. 497 Marsh Marigold (Caltha palustris) G-17. 792 Wild Service Tree (Sorbus torminalis) 814 Willow Herb (Epilobium angustifolium) G-26. 176 Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus) G-9. 74 Black Hellebore (Helleborus niger) G-5. .I I . 403 Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) G-16. . IDIOPATHIC MOOD SWINGS / I . G . 754 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) G-26. 298 Lavender Cotton (Santolina chamaecyparissias) . 277 Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) G-ie. 697 Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) G-24. G-22. 821 Wood Anemone (Anemone nemorosa) 824 Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) G-26. . 503 Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) G-17. 829 Woundwort (Stachys palustris) 832 MENSTRUAL SYNDROME.INDICATIONS INDEX Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) G-16. 648 Smartweed (Persicaria hydropiper) 699 Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum) G-24. 607 G-20. 751 Tulip Tree (Liriodendron tulipifera) 774 Turkey Corn (Dicentra cucullaria) 775 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. G-7. 225 Cranesbill (Geranium maculatum) 233 Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) G-9. . G-21. . MANAGEMENT OF • Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) • Bugleweed (Lycopus virginicus) G-6. G-16. 176 Evening Primrose {Oenothera biennis) . 148 Cat's Claw (Unicaria tomentosa) ioo Chaste Tree (Vitex agnus-castus) G-8. 468 Maidenhair (Adiantum capillus-veneris) 491 Nerve Root (Cypripedium calceolus) 541 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. 567 Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza kurroa) 589 Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) G-20. 237 Cyclamen (Cyclamen europaeum) 240 Dusty Miller (Senecio bicolor) 258 Elecampane (Inula helenium) G-IO. 46i Masterwort (Peucedanum ostruthium) 507 Sloe (Prunus spinosa) . .. 92 California Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) G-7. 620 Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) . HEAVY LOSS OF. 130 Caraway (Carum carvi) . 525 Onion (Allium cepa) G-19. 270 Red Bryony (Bryonia cretica) White Bryony (Bryonia alba) METEORISM 632 G-25. 557 Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) G-19. 729 (See under Headache. S I S Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) G-26. . G-i8. 239 English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) G-IO. 788 Wallflower (Cheiranthus cheiri) G-25. 622 Rue (Ruta graveolens) . 126 • Chaste Tree (Vitex agnus-castus) G-8. 672 Shepherd's Purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris) G-22. 516 Mountain Ash Berry (Sorbus aucuparia) . 468 Lovage (Levisticum officinale) G-ie. 460 Oswego Tea (Monarda didyma) 562 • Potentilla (Potentilla anserina) G-20. 690 Sweet Sumach (Rhus aromatica) 748 MENSTRUAL BLOOD. . . menstrual) MENSTRUAL DISORDERS American Bittersweet (Celastrus scandens) 24 Ammoniac Gum (Dorema ammoniacum) 29 Arrach (Chenopodium vulvaria) 43 Asarum (Asarum europaeum) 48 Beth Root (Trillium erectum) G-4. 482 Marigold (Calendula officinalis) G-17. .1 1 1 European Peony (Paeonia officinalis) G-11. 266 English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) G-10. 97 Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) G-7. 783 METABOLIC DISORDERS Loosestrife vulgaris) (Lysimachia G-16. . 829 MICTURATION PROBLEMS ACCOMPANYING PROSTATE ADENOMA Poplar (Populus species) Pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo) Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) MIGRAINE HEADACHE G-20. 481 MENSTRUAL CRAMPS (See under Pain. migraine) MOOD SWINGS G-5. PRE-. . 800 Caraway (Carum carvi) . 148 Curcuma (Curcuma xanthorrhizia) G-9. 610 • Shepherd's Purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris) G-22. G-7. . 690 Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) G-25. 140 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 618 G-23.

583 Pinus Bark (Tsuga canadensis) G-19. muscle. . 165 G-12. Asarum (Asarum europaeum) California Peppertree (Schinus molle) Cape Aloe (Aloe ferox) Chickweed (Stellaria media) Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus) 48 139 16 iso G-9. 75 Arrowroot (Maranta arundinacea) Jujube (Zyzyphus jujube) NUTRIENTS. deficiency of) NYSTAGMUS Fish Berry (Anamirta cocculus) OBESITY. topical relief of) MYCOBACTERIUM LEPRAE INFECTIONS (See under Pain. 214 Cudweed (Gnaphalium uliginosum) 236 Herb Robert (Geranium robertianum) G-14. 98 California Peppertree (Schinus molle) 139 Gambir (Uncaria species) . 97 Black Horehound (Ballota nigra) G-5. 114 Canella (Canella winterana) 147 Catechu (Acacia catechu) 163 Common Kidney Vetch (Anthyllis vulneraria) . 650 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 468 Rupturewort (Herniaria glabra) G-21. 674 (See under Spasticity. EXOGENOUS 312 Cajuput (Melaleuca leucadendra) • Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-7. . PREOPERATIVE Corydalis (Corydalis cava) 566 NERVE INFLAMMATION . TRIGEMINAL Monkshood napellus) (Aconitum . . PERIPHERAL. . 393 High Mallow (Malva sylvestris) G-14. 386 MUSCLES. 580 (See under Pain. 225 . 395 Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) 505 Perilla (Perilla fructescens) . 140 Scotch Pine (Pinus species) NAUSEA G-22. 630 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. 788 MUSCLE SPASM Oats (Avena sativa) G-18. 468 Peppermint (Mentha piperita) G-19. 594 Raspberry (Rubus idaeus) G-21. . 551 NASAL CONGESTION. 580 Sneezewort (Achillea ptarmica) 700 Sweet Vernal Grass (Anthoxanthum odoratum) G-24. 339 MYOCARDITIS. 136 G-S. STRESS-INDUCED 43 439 (See under Nutrients. DETOXIFICATION TREATMENT OF (See under Pain. UNSPECIFIED Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) • Ginger (Zingiber officinale) Thuja (Thuja occidentalis) 41 NEURITIS. 749 NECK STIFFNESS Asiatic Dogwood (Cornus officinalis) False Schisandra (Kadsura japonica) NIGHT VISION ENHANCER 51 301 Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) NUTRIENTS. 28 Borage (Borago officinalis) G-6. 324 Green Hellebore (Helleborus viridis) 368 Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi) 433 Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) G-16. SURGERY-INDUCED (See under Nutrients. DEFICIENCY OF. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF California Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) NIGHT SWEATS G-7. . 443 Hemlock (Conium maculatum) NERVE DAMAGE G-13. DEFICIENCY OF G-5. 6 Almond (Prunus dulcis) 15 Black Hellebore (Helleborus niger) G-5. TOPICAL RELIEF OF PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES NEURALGIA Cola {Cola acuminata) Peppermint (Mentha piperita) MOTION SICKNESS 205 G-19. symptomatic alleviation of) MUSCLE TENSION (See also under Motion sickness) Adrue (Cyperus articulatus) G-3. 759 Arnica (Arnica montana) NARCOTIC ADDICTION. G-9. 521 (See under Leprosy) G-8. . . 165 Kava Kava (Piper methysticum) OPHTHALMIA G-IS.G-18. G-3. neurogenic) NEURALGIA. . neurogenic) NEUROPATHY MOUTH AND THROAT DISORDERS American White Pond Lily (Nymphaea odorata) . ACUTE G-24. . RELAXATION. 226 Pareira (Chondrodendron tomentosum) MYALGIA (See under Pain.I-112/MORNING SICKNESS MORNING SICKNESS MYALGIA. DEFICIENCY OF. deficiency of) NUTRIENTS. . muscular. temporary relief of) Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) G-ie. SKELETAL.

493 Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) G-IS. G-12. topical relief of) PAIN. 69 Black Bryony (Tamus communis) G-5. G-12. ORCHITIS Wood Anemone (Anemone nemorosa) . symptomatic relief of) Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17. 136 Cowhage (Mucuna pruriens) 230 Garlic (Allium sativum) . . 298 PAIN. 165 Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) G-16. . 90 • Cajuput (Melaleuca leucadendra) G-7.342 OXYTOXIC English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) Indian Nettle (Acalypha indica) Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) Male Fern (Dryopteris filix-mas) Rue (Ruta graveolens) . Woundwort (Stachys palustris) PAIN. 61 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa)1 .1 1 3 Eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis) OPHTHALMIC DISORDERS 300 Congorosa (Maytenus ilicifolia) Eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis) Nux Vomica (Strychnos nux vomica) Oats (Avena sativa) Red Maple (Acer rubrum) Spurge (Euphorbia resinifera) Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) . DENTAL G-17. 128 Buttercup (Ranunculus acris) 133 • Cajuput (Melaleuca leucadendra) G-7. 465 'Denotes recommendation by Commission E. NEUROGENIC (See under Pain. 136 Cowslip (Primula veris) 231 English Ivy (Hedera helix) . . 195 ORAL AND PHARYNGEAL DISORDERS G-9. CANCER Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) PAIN. 719 PAIN. TOPICAL 412 Spanish-Chestnut (Castanea sativa) PAIN.G-10. TEMPORARY RELIEF OF 300 G-18. PAIN. .G-11. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF 820 (See also under Dementia. 551 G-21. 283 . BREAST PAIN. ABDOMINAL (See also under Cramps. Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) . 103 Bulbous Buttercup (Ranunculus bulbosus) . 635 Evening Primrose (Oenothera biennis) .6-5. 327 Horseradish (Armoracia rusticana) G-14.G-21. 547 G-18. 327 PAIN. MUSCULAR. . . G-6.. 580 Rust-Red Rhododendron (Rhododendron ferrugineum) eso Scotch Pine (Pinus species) G-22. vulgaris) G-4. LEO Hwema Bark (Corynanthe pachyceras) PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH ARTHRITIS..500 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) 775 Asiatic Dogwood (Cornus officinalis) 51 Barberry (Berberis . topical relief of) PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH SPORTS INJURIES (See under Pain. LUMBAR 708 Belladonna (Atropa belladonna) G-4. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) G-23. FALCIPARUM INFECTIONS Ammoniac Gum (Dorema ammoniacum) 29 Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza kurroa) 589 Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) .. 92 Cajuput (Melaleuca leucadendra) G-7.G-17. 668 PAIN. . 221 Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens) ORGANIC BRAIN DYSFUNCTION. MENSTRUAL 824 832 218 Blue Cohosh (Caulophyllum thalictroides) 109 Garlic (Allium sativum) . JOINT G-10. 468 P. N E U R O G E N I C / I . 408 Iporuru (Alchornea floribunda) 424 Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 Male Fern (Dryopteris filix-mas) . 270 419 G-ie.0-22. 521 Peppermint (Mentha piperita) G-19. . .I N D I C A T I O N S INDEX PAIN. G-17.G-ie. 674 Spruce (Picea species) 714 St. Alzheimer's type) • Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) . . 648 Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) . 461 . G-12. EAR G-8.. 493 . abdominal. 275 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) G-11. 136 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8. 500 7ie 77s • Clove (Syzygium aromaticum) PAIN.

. 648 Sneezewort (Achillea ptarmica) 700 Winter's Bark (Drimys winteri) 820 PAIN. .1-114/PAIN.. 607 Quince (Cydonia oblongata) 62s Reed Herb (Phragmites communis) 639 White Fir (Abies alba) 802 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. TOPICAL RELIEF OF Borage (Borago officinalis) G-6. 788 • White Willow (Salix species) G-25. UNSPECIFIED Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) . 812 G-26. 386 Herb Paris (Paris quadrifolia) G-14. . DISSEMINATED ADENOCARCINOMA G-14. 521 Niauli (Melaleucea viridiflora) 542 Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla pratensis) 572 Peppermint (Mentha piperita) G-19. . 829 (See under Pain. 493 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17. 609 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25.G-20. 825 Yellow Jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens) 838 PAIN. 392 (See under Carcinoma. Petasites (Petasites hybridus) Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) PALPITATIONS G-19. 726 Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) G-24. NEUROGENIC European Peony (Paeonia officinalis) 0-11. TEETHING G-26. 557 Poplar (Populus species) . 7S4 Taumelloolch (Lolium temulentum) G-24.G-10. 26i Houseleek (Sempervivum tectorum) . G-21. 807 PAIN. 411 Onion (Allium cepa) G-19. 668 Herb Paris (Paris quadrifolia) PANCREAS. 585 . . G-IS. 585 Poplar (Populus species) G-20.. 585 . sso Rust-Red Rhododendron (Rhododendron ferrugineum) 650 • Scotch Pine (Pinus species) G-22. s i s Pellitory (Anacyclus Pyrethrum) 577 Rue (Ruta graveolens) . G-11.261 Taumelloolch (Lolium temulentum) G-24. . 114 Corn Poppy (Papaver rhoeas) 223 Devil's Claw (Harpagophytum procumbens) 247 English Horsemint (Mentha longifolia) G-10. 94 Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) G-9.. pancreas) PANCREATIC INSUFFICIENCY Haronga (Haronga madagascariensis) 380 Papaya (Carica papaya) . 674 Snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis) 700 • Spruce (Picea species) 714 Stavesacre (Delphinium staphisagria) . 521 Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) G-19. 500 Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) G-IS. 607 Poppyseed (Papaver somniferum) G-20. . URINARY TRACT Petasites (Petasites hybridus) G-19. 465 Male Fern (Dryopteris filix-mas) G-17. . 212 Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) .G-14. . 270 European Five-Finger Grass (Potentilla reptans) . 457 Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) G-ie. 410 • Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) G-IS. 756 Winter's Bark (Drimys winteri) 820 PAIN. STOMACH PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum) Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) PAIN. 392 Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 Larch (Larix decidua) . 493 Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) G-17. . 571 Petasites (Petasites hybridus) G-19.G-22. 327 Ginseng (Panax ginseng) 346 Hemlock (Conium maculatum) G-13. . . 585 Black Currant (Ribes nigrum) G-5. 389 Lycium Bark (Lycium chinense) 486 Male Fern (Dryopteris filix-mas) G-17. 289 Giant Milkweed (Calotropis gigantea) 338 Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) G-14. 275 Hound's Tongue (Cynoglossum officinale) . . dental) PAIN. 756 Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) G-25. SPASMODIC PAIN. 783 • White Fir (Abies alba) 802 Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens) 820 Wood Betony (Betonica officinalis) G-26. 29s Garlic (Allium sativum) . TOOTH Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 Catechu (Acacia catechu) 163 English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) . G-19. G-12. . 815 G-26. 565 Petasites (Petasites hybridus) G-19.

585 Spanish-Chestnut (Castanea sativa) 708 Sweet Cicely (Myrrhis odorata) G-24. 809 (See under Hemorrhoids) PLASMODIUM INFECTION (See under P. G-9. G-6. . -G-11. G-9. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 Borage (Borago officinalis) . 788 Wild Cherry (Prunus serotina) 810 Wood Anemone (Anemone nemorosa) 824 PHARYNGITIS.266 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) . . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) PERTUSSIS G-IS. 98 Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) G-21. 401 Jimson Weed (Datura stramonium) G-15. . G-7. 812 Wood Sage (Teucrium scorodonia) G-26. 826 PHLEBITIS Pellitory (Anacyclus Pyrethrum) 577 Pyrethrum (Chrysanthemum cinerariifolium) 62i Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) . falciparum infections) PLEURITIS Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) . . 248 Sweet Marjoram (Origanum majorana) G-24. 81 Black Currant (Ribes nigrum) G-5.e-21. 366 Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. . 746 PEDICULOSIS CAPITIS INFESTATION Pyrethrum (Chrysanthemum cinerariifolium) PEDICULOSIS. 92 Canadian Fleabane (Erigeron canadensis). 295 Heartsease (Viola tricolor) . 500 Mouse Ear (Pilosella offtcinarum) 529 Myrtle (Myrtus communis) G-IS.5 . 89 Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) G-5. 86 Black Alder (Alnus glutinosa) G-5. 382 Horehound (Marrubium vulgare) G-14. 403 Marigold (Calendula officinalis) G-17. 100 Elephant-Ears (Bergenia crassifolia) POISONING 268 Calabar Bean (Physostigma venenosum) Ipecac (Cephaelis ipecacuanha) 137 423 . . . 163 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8. 788 Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) G-26. . 521 Bishop's Weed (Ammi Visnaga) G-5. 212 PMS (See under Menstrual syndrome. . 743 Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) 757 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. 655 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E.. . . 283 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) . 497 PHOTODERMATOSIS Cherry Laurel (Prunus laurocerasus) 6-8. UNSPECIFIED 593 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Digitalis (Digitalis purpurea) G-10. 633 Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) G-24. . 436 Lactucarium (Lactuca virosa) 453 Lycium Bark (Lycium chinense) 486 Arum (Arum maculatum) 46 Bitter Orange (Citrus aurantium) G-5.INDICATIONS INDEX POISONING/I-115 Pineapple (Ananas comosus) PARALYSIS. .G-11. . . 605 Sage (Salvia officinalis) . Wild Carrot (Daucus carota) PILES G-25. 144 Catechu (Acacia catechu) . 209 Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) . ISI Coconut Palm (Cocos nucifera) G-9. 495 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17.6-9. 382 Pomegranate (Punica granatum) G-20. . . . 201 Colt's Foot (Tussilago farfara) . 179 Cowslip (Primula veris) 231 Cupmoss (Cladonia pyxidata) 238 Daffodil (Narcissus pseudonarcissus) 243 Elecampane (Inula helenium) G-10. 310 Heartsease (Viola tricolor) . pre-. . . ies Chicory (Cichorium intybus) G-8. 622 PERICARDITIS. 76i Tonka Beans (Dipteryx odorata) 767 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. . 94 Black Horehound (Ballota nigra) G-5. 275 Great Burnet (Sanguisorba officinalis) G-13.291 European Peony (Paeonia officinalis) G-11. . 536 Petasites (Petasites hybridus) G-19. 212 Field Scabious (Knautia arvensis) G-11. HUMAN 62i Maidenhair (Adiantum capillus-veneris) 491 Mandrake (Mandragora offtcinarum) G-17. . management of) PNEUMONIA ' Asarum (Asarum europaeum) Black Mustard (Brassica nigra) 48 G . . . . 114 English Ivy (Hedera helix) G-10. . .

G-7. .. PREVENTION OF 247 301 Round-Leafed Wintergreen (Pyrola rotundifolia) 647 Short Buchu (Barosma betulina) 691 Willow Herb (Epilobium angustifolium) G-26. 745 Marijuana {Cannabis sativa) POISONING.. 495 Astragalus (Astragalus species) Cat's Claw (Unicaria tomentosd) PROSTATE DISORDERS 54 160 (See under Cold. .1-116/POISONING PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Milk Thistle {Silybum marianum) POISONING.. . .. pre-..G-21. 605 Rue (Ruta graveolens) . 128 Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus species) 177 Goa Powder (Andira araroba) 352 Hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) G-14.435 Rue (Ruta graveolens) . 618 Devil's Claw {Harpagophytum procumbens) False Unicorn Root {Veratrum luteum) PREGNANCY.. UNSPECIFIED (See under Skin. . . . 174 Cleavers (Galium aparine) . .. 193 . 648 Stevia (Stevia rebaudiana) ... . 664 G-23. 101 Burdock (Arctium lappa) . . G-3. 20 Arenaria Rubra (Spergularia rubra) 39 Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) G-4. . G-5.. STRYCHNINE (See under Menstrual syndrome. ALCOHOL Yew (Taxus baccata) . 528 Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) G-21.0-5... Alpine Cranberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea) . 710 G . TOPICAL RELIEF OF Butcher's Broom (Ruscus aculeatus) G-7.. 788 Wheat (Triticum aestivum) . 8 POISONING.2 4 . . 527 Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) G-18.G-11.... inflammatory conditions) RENAL CALCULI • Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens) • Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) .G-11.. 668 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E.. . ... COMPLAINTS OF Eryngo (Eryngium campestre) Pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo) G-11.-:•:• PRURITUS.. . 633 Sarsaparilla (Smilax species) G-21. SOO Marigold (Calendula officinalis) Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. 411 • Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) . .727 PREGNANCY.. common.. 383 • Pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo) G-20.. management of) PROCTITIS Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) Sweet Gale (Myrica gale) G-23. . .. . . . . 497 Jatamansi {Nardostachys jatamansi) POLLINOSIS PROMOTE THE NATURAL IMMUNE SYSTEM OF THE BODY 433 Mandrake {Mandragora officinarum) POSTNASAL DRIP G-17... 52 Bean Pod (Phaseolus vulgaris) ..799 PSORIASIS G-17. .. 65 Birch (Betula species) . 94 Canadian Golden Rod (Solidago canadensis) 145 Celery {Apium graveolens) G-8. BENIGN. .G-3. 289 Heather (Calluna vulgaris) G-13.. eei Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) G-23. 132 Evening Primrose (Oenothera biennis) . G-22.. . symptomatic relief of) PREGNANCY. 618 (See under Emphysema) RASH. . 172 Centaury (Centaurium erythraea) G-8. 741 PULMONARY EMPHYSEMA Castor Oil Plant {Ricinus communis) G-7.. 648 Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) 652 Simaruba (Simaruba amara) 695 • • • Field Scabious (Knautia arvensis) . 130 Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) G-6. 97 Chinese Cinnamon {Cinnamomum aromaticum) 182 Pomegranate (Punica granatum) G-20. 78 Black Currant (Ribes nigrum) . .0-21. .. .G-11. . SYMPTOMATIC TREATMENT Burning Bush {Dictamnus albus) G-7. . 310 PRURITUS. 841 G-17.G-21. 396 Mountain Grape (Mahonia aquifolium) G-i8. . . . 516 PREMENSTRUAL SYNDROME Aga {Amanita muscaria) . TERMINATION OF African Potato (Hypoxis rooperi) 7 European Golden Rod (Solidago virgaurea) . 298 Houseleek (Sempervivum tectorum) G . ANAL . UNSPECIFIED G-17. 282 G-20.. .. . 158 Cat's Claw (Unicaria tomentosd) ieo Jack-in-the-Pulpit {Arisaema atrorubens) 426 Jequirity {Abrus precatorius) .. 729 Asarum (Asarwn europaeum) 48 Black Hellebore (Helleborus niger) 0-5.1 4 . . sis PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA. . G-26.G-4.

413 • Java Tea (Orthosiphon spicatus) 434 • Lovage (Levisticum officinale) G-16.. 735 • Triticum (Agropyron repens) . 729 Stone Root (Collinsonia canadensis) G-23.G-IS.INDICATIONS INDEX RESPIRATORY TRACT DISORDERS / I .. . 672 • Spiny Rest Harrow (Ononis spinosa) G-23. 563 Peppermint (Mentha piperita) G-19. . 258 Eryngo (Eryngium campestre) G-11. 598 Quebracho (Aspidosperma quebracho-bianco) 623 Raspberry (Rubus idaeus) G-21. 35 Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4... 73 Lady Fern (Athyrium filix-femina) Lungwort (Pulmonaria officinalis) G-15. .G-IS. . . . 289 Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea) 372 Herb Robert (Geranium robertianum) G-14.. 282 European Elder (Sambucus nigra) G-11.. 287 European Peony (Paeonia officinalis) G-11. 260 Eryngo (Eryngium campestre) 0-11. 242 Daffodil (Narcissus pseudonarcissus) 243 Duckweed (Lemna minor) G-IO. .304 Forget-Me-Not (Myosotis arvensis) G-12... 591 Pleurisy Root (Asclepias tuberosa) G-20. 630 Red Bryony (Bryonia cretica) 632 Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) G-21. 6i Benzoin (Styrax benzoin) . 485 Mullein (Verbascum densiflorum) G-18.G-23. 591 Pontian Rhododendron (Rhododendron ponticum) . 585 Pimpinella (Pimpinella major) G-19. G-22.. 825 RESPIRATORY TRACT DISORDERS Bitter Milkwort (Polygala amara) 85 Black Mulberry (Morus nigra) 99 Black Mustard (Brassica nigra) G-5. . 121 Calamint (Calamintha nepeta) 138 California Peppertree (Schinus molle) 139 Cedar (Cedrus libani) 169 Corn Poppy (Papaver rhoeas) 223 Cowslip (Primula veris) 231 Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias) G-9. 454 o-ie. 532 Nux Vomica (Strychnos nux vomica) G-IS. 490 • Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) G-19. G-25. 800 White Fir (Abies alba) 802 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 482 Madder (Rubia tinctorum) G-ie. 580 Pimpinella (Pimpinella major) G-19. 6oe Rust-Red Rhododendron (Rhododendron ferrugineum) eso Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) . 633 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. . 114 Brooklime (Veronica beccabunga) G-6. 383 Hollyhock (Alcea rosea) . 393 • Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) G-14. 672 Siam Benzoin (Styrax tonkinesis) 692 Sloe (Prunus spinosa) . 703 Sorrel (Rumex acetosa) .295 European Sanicle (Sanicula europaea) 296 Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) G-11. . . 547 Oats (Avena sativa) G-IS.0-14. 567 Parsley Piert (Aphanes arvensis) 570 • Petasites (Petasites hybridus) G-19. .0-3.697 Soapwort (Saponaria officinalis) G-22. 701 Solomon's Seal (Polygonatum multiflorum) .. 559 Orris (Iris species) G-19. sei Ox-Eye Daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum) . 733 Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) G-23. 551 Oregano (Origanum vulgare) G-19.. .. .0-11.705 Speedwell {Veronica officinalis) G-23.1 1 7 Dyer's Broom (Genista tinctoria) G-IO.431 . 788 Water Germander (Teucrium scordium) 797 White Bryony (Bryonia alba) G-25. 282 • European Golden Rod (Solidago virgaurea) . .. . 448 Anise (Pimpinella anisum) . ..6-13. 76i Vervain (Verbena officinalis) 0-25. 398 Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) ..G-22. . 771 Wood Betony (Betonica officinalis) G-26. 316 Guaiac (Guaiacum officinale) 375 Heartsease (Viola tricolor) . . 713 • Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica). 710 Sumatra Benzoin (Styrax paralleloneurum) 738 Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) 757 Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) G-24. 100 Borage (Borago officinalis) G-6. 409 Hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens) G-14. 414 Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) Knotweed (Polygonum aviculare) . 0-22.. . 382 Heather (Calluna vulgaris) . ..

117 Bulbous Buttercup {Ranunculus bulbosus) 128 Burning Bush {Dictamnus albus) G-7. 465 Male Fern {Dryopteris filix-mas) G-17. . 543 Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) G-5...o-i 8.G-10... 289 • European Mistletoe {Viscum album) G-11. G-i8. 459 Lemongrass {Cymbopogon citratus) G-ie.305 Feverfew {Tanacetum parthenium) .. G-8. .. 457 Laurel {Laurus nobilis) . 81 I Wild Service Tree (Sorbus torminalis) 814 Wood Betony (Betonica officinalis) G-26. 130 Buttercup {Ranunculus acris) 133 • Cajuput {Melaleuca leucadendra) G-7. 212 Cowhage {Mucuna pruriens) 230 Cumin {Cuminum cyminum) . 138 California Peppertree {Schinus molle) 139 Calotropis {Calotropis procera) 141 • Camphor Tree {Cinnamomum camphora) G-7. G-17. . G-9. 427 Java Tea {Orthosiphon spicatus) 434 Kava Kava {Piper methysticum) G-IS. .322 German Sarsaparilla {Carex arenaria) 336 Gotu Kola {Centella asiatica) G-13.. . 254 Duckweed {Lemna minor) G-10. 172 Chickweed {Stellaria media) iso Chinese Cinnamon {Cinnamomum aromaticum) 182 Chinese Olive {Canarium species) 184 Clematis {Clematis recta) .. 515 ^Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) . 90 Black Currant {Ribes nigrum) G-5. 258 Dwarf Elder {Sambucus ebulus) 259 Elephant-Ears {Bergenia crassifolia) 268 • Eucalyptus {Eucalyptus globulus) G-11. 75 RHEUMATIC DISORDERS. . 409 Indian-Hemp {Apocynum cannabinum) 418 Iporuru {Alchornea floribunda) 424 Jack-in-the-Pulpit {Arisaema atrorubens) 426 Jalap {Ipomoea purga) . 94 Black Mustard {Brassica nigra) G-5. 361 Ground Ivy {Glechoma hederacea) 372 Ground Pine {Ajuga chamaepitys) G-13. G-8. 386 Horse Chestnut {Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. 532 Niauli (Melaleucea viridiflora) 542 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) . . 291 European Peony {Paeonia officinalis) G-11. 245 • Devil's Claw {Harp agophy turn procumbens) 247 Dog Rose {Rosa canina) . 825 Yellow Dock (Rumex CrispUS) 835 RETINOPATHY. UNSPECIFIED Alpine Cranberry {Vaccinium vitis-idaea) ..1-118/RESPIRATORY TRACT DISORDERS Wild Daisy (Bellis perennis) G-26. 306 Fumitory {Fumaria officinalis) G-12. 373 • Guaiac {Guaiacum officinale) 375 Heather {Calluna vulgaris) G-13. 359 Goutweed {Aegopodium podagraria) G-13. 295 Fever Bark {Alstonia constricta) . 136 Calamus {Acorus calamus) G-7. ei Basil {Ocimum basilicum) G-4. 100 Borage {Borago officinalis) G-6. G-15. G . 116 Brazilian Pepper Tree {Schinus terebinthifolius) . . 500 Meadowsweet {Filipendula ulmaria) G-17.. 194 Comfrey {Symphytum officinale) G-9. G-15. 237 Dandelion {Taraxacum officinale) G-9. . 64 Behen {Moringa oleifera) 67 • Birch {Betula species) G-5.3 . 114 Boxwood {Buxus sempervirens) G-6.. 165 Celery {Apium graveolens) . . DIABETIC PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Canella {Canella winterana) 147 • Cayenne {Capsicum annuum) G-8. 521 Mountain Ash Berry (Sorbus aucuparia) . G-IS.. 20 American Bittersweet {Celastrus scandens) 24 • Arnica {Arnica montand) 41 Barberry {Berberis vulgaris) G-4.G-11. 493 Manaca {Brunfelsia hopeana) 494 Marijuana {Cannabis sativa) G-17. 283 European Golden Rod {Solidago virgaurea) . 408 Horsetail {Equisetum arvense) G-14. 525 Mullein (Verbascum densiflorum) G-IS. ... 443 • Larch {Larix decidua) . 403 Horseradish {Armoracia rusticana) G-14.G-11. 383 Hemlock {Conium maculatum) G-13.. 78 Black Bryony {Tamus communis) G-5.511 Mezereon {Daphne mezereum) . .. 143 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. .

. 713 • Spruce (Picea species) 714 St. 819 Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens) 820 RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS • American Pawpaw (Asimina triloba) Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) 27 G-11. 719 • Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) G-23. 629 Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) 63i Red Bryony (Bryonia cretica) 632 • Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) G-21. 389 Winter Cherry (Physalis alkekengi) •. 788 Wafer Ash (Ptelea trifoliata) 790 Watercress (Nasturtium officinale) 798 White Bryony (Bryonia alba) G-25. INCREASE SECRETION OF Scotch Broom (Cytisus SCOparius) G-22. . 672 • Scotch Pine (Pinus species) G-22. 559 Pellitory (Anacyclus Pyrethrum) 577 Poke (Phytolacca americana) G-20. G-4. . 645 Rupturewort (Herniaria glabra) G-21. 283 Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) SCARLET FEVER G-26. 800 • White Fir (Abies alba) 802 White Hellebore (Veratrum album) G-25. 759 Triticum (Agropyron repens) G-25. 754 Teazle (Dipsacus silvestris) G-24. . . 812 Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) RHINITIS.1 4 . 701 Southern Tsangshu (Atractylodes lanced) 706 Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) G-23. 679 Sesame (Sesamum orientate) 688 Short Buchu (Barosma betulina) . 606 Poplar (Populus species) G-20. . TEMPORARY RELIEF OF/I-119 Spiny Rest Harrow (Ononis spinosa) G-23.. 771 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) G-25. . 817 Betel Nut (Piper betle) . 103 Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) G . 66i Sassafras (Sassafras albidum) G-21. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) . 741 Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) G-24. 74 Moneywort (Lysimachia nummularia) G-17.7 . 602 Pontian Rhododendron (Rhododendron ponticum) . 169 Field Scabious (Knautia arvensis) G-11. 757 Thuja (Thuja occidentalis) G-24. 662 SCIATICA.. 391 Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza kurroa) 589 Poisonous Buttercup (Ranunculus sceleratus) G-20. 130 Celandine (Chelidonium majus) G-8.: G-26. 545 Oats (Avena sativa) G-is. TEMPORARY RELIEF OF Asarum (Asarum europaeum) 48 Ammoniac Gum (Dorema ammoniacum) .INDICATIONS INDEX Northern Prickly Ash (Zanthoxylum americanum) . .803 • White Mustard (Sinapis alba) . 699.. 520 Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) . 674 Scurvy Grass (Cochlearia officinalis) 0-22.805 • White Willow (Salix species) G-25. .29 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E.G-25. eoi Pyrethrum (Chrysanthemum cinerariifolium) 621 SCABIES (See under Sarcoptes scabiei infestations) SCAR TISSUE Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) SCARLATINA G . . 607 Ragwort (Senecio jacobaea) G-20. . 711 Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) G-23. 710 Spikenard (Aralia racemosa) G-23. 310 Fish Berry (Anamirta cocculus) 312 Henna (Lawsonia inermis) G-14. 729 RINGWORM INFECTIONS OF THE SCALP (See under Tinea capitis infections) RUBEFACIENT Laurel (Laurus nobilis) .Sneezewort (Achillea ptarmica) 700 Soapwort (Saponaria officinalis) G-22. . VASOMOTOR 6-23. SIS Wild Yam (Dioscorea Villosa) G-26.807 Wild Service Tree (Sorbus torminalis) 814 Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum) G-26. 750 Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) G-24. 622 SARCOPTES SCABIEI INFESTATIONS Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) G-6. 551 Oregano (Origanum vulgare) G-19. . 459 Pimento (Pimenta racemosa) 590 SAUVATION. 710 (See under Scarlatina) SCIATICA. G-23. 69i Smartweed (Persicaria hydropiper) . G-15. . 735 Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) G-23. eso Sandarac (Tetraclinis articulata) 660 Sarsaparilla (Smilax species) G-21.

G-21. 825 SEDATION. 594 Plantain (Musa paradisiaca) 597 Samphire (Crithum maritimum) 658 Wood Sorrel (Oxalis acetosella) 827 Yellow Dock (Rumex CrispUS) SEDATION Birthwort (Aristolochia clematitis) G-5. 351 Lemon (Citrus limon) 460 Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) 466 Lime (Citrus aurantifolia) G-ie. . 165 Damiana (Turnera diffusa) . . 655 Sorrel (Rumex acetosa) 705 Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) 757 Wood Sage (Teucrium scorodonia) G-26.1-120/SCIATICA. . . 134 Chickweed (Stellaria media) iso Cleavers (Galium aparine) . 826 Yellow Dock (Rumex CrispUS) SKIN ABSCESSES 835 (See under Infections. . . 509 Muira-Puama (Ptychopetalum olacoides) 531 Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla pratensis) 572 Yohimbe Bark (Pausinystalia yohimbe) . 193 Clematis (Clematis recta) .367 Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea) 372 Guaiac (Guaiacum officinale) 375 Henna (Lawsonia inermis) G-14. . 194 Corn Cockle (Agrostemma githago) 222 Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias) G-9. . 92 Black Horehound (Ballota nigra) G-5. 476 Loosestrife (Lysimachia vulgaris) G-ie. 13 Bear's Garlic (Allium ursinum) 66 Birch (Betula species) G-5. 78 Black Bryony (Tamus communis) G-5.575 SKIN DISORDERS Jamaica Dogwood (Piscidia piscipula) SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION 428 English Ivy (Hedera helix) G-10. . G-12. 322 German Sarsaparilla (Carex arenaria) .. . induction of) Bitter Orange (Citrus aurantium) G-5. . . . . . . . TEMPORARY RELIEF OF PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Cajuput (Melaleuca leucadendra) G-7. 90 Buttercup (Ranunculus acris) 133 Butternut (Juglans cinerea) . 327 Hemlock (Conium maculatum) G-13. 136 Garlic (Allium sativum) . skin and skin structure) SKIN CARE Almond (Prunus dulcis) 15 European Peony (Paeonia officinalis) .. . 86 Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) G-s. . 559 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Canella (Canella winterana) 147 Columbine (Aquilegia vulgaris) G-9. 282 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) G-11. . 386 Male Fern (Dryopteris filix-mas) . 477 Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) 631 Wood Betony (Betonica officinalis) G-26. G-8.. 391 Indian Nettle (Acalypha indica) 419 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. . 438 Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) . . . . .483 Sage (Salvia officinalis) . .G-16. 310 Fumitory (Fumaria officinalis) . 306 Linden (Tilia species) . .G-11. . 283 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) G-11. 242 Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) G-9. SO Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8. 287 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) SINUSITIS. 283 835 (See also under Sleep. .G-ie. . 244 Iporuru (Alchornea floribunda) 424 Khat (Catha edulis) 447 Matico (Piper elongatum) . 275 Oregano (Origanum vulgare) SCURVY G-19. . . G-12. . 98 I Luffa (Luffa aegyptica) . 672 Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens) 820 SCROFULOSIS Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) G-11. .G-17. TREATMENT OF 543 Alkanet (Alkanna tinctoria) G-3. . 48i Pinus Bark (Tsuga canadensis) G-19.843 SHORTNESS OF BREATH European Elder (Sambucus nigra) G-11. 211 Globe Rower (Trollius europaeus) G-12. 336 Greek Sage (Salvia triloba) . 245 Devil's Claw (Harpagophytum procumbens) 247 Elephant-Ears (Bergenia crassifolia) 268 Eryngo (Eryngium campestre) G-11. 295 Field Scabious (Knautia arvensis) G-11. . . DAYTIME Avocado (Persea americana) 57 Jojoba (Simmondsia chinesis) G-IS. 493 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. .

. 101 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 Cashew (Anacardium occidentale) G-7.. INFLAMMATORY CONDITIONS • Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) G-3. 497 Mountain Grape (Mahonia aquifolium) G-i8. . . 193 Clematis (Clematis recta) . 735 Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) G-23. 703 Southern Bayberry (Myrica cerifera) G-22. . .G-14.180 Common Stonecrop (Sedum acre) .G-10. 821 Yellow Dock (Rumex Crispus) 833 Yellow Toadflax (Linaria vulgaris) SKIN LACERATIONS. 273 . G-8. .218 Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus) G-9. . . 741 Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) G-24. . ? . .. . . 194 Congorosa (Maytenus ilicifolia) 218 Digitalis (Digitalis purpurea) G-10.. INFECTED SKIN. BACTERIAL SUPERINFECTIONS (See under Infections.. 585 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 448 Lady's Mantle (Alchemilla Vulgaris) G-15f 456 Lemon Verbena (Aloysia triphylla) 463 Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) G-17. MOISTURIZATION OF 619 Marigold (Calendula officinalis) G-17. . . 701 Solomon's Seal (Polygonatum multiflorum) G-22.. 101 Bladderwort (Utricularia vulgaris) G-6. 705 Spikenard (Aralia racemosa) G-23.. 10 • Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 Behen (Moringa oleifera) 67 Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) G-6.G-15. 75 Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) G-6. 515 Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) G-18.. 705 Storax (Liquidambar orientalis) G-23.. 248 Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) ..G-12. . 225 Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) G-9.618 Sassafras (Sassafras albidum) G-21.. 391 Lady's Mantle (Alchemilla vulgaris) .INDICATIONS INDEX Knotweed (Polygonum aviculare) G-15. 662 Soapwort (Saponaria officinalis) G-22. 26i English Adder's Tongue (Ophioglossum vulgatum) .. . .. Purple Gromwell (Lithospermum erytrorhizon) SKIN. — . 730 Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) 757 Triticum (Agropyron repens) G-25. 105 • Brewer's Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) 118 Broad Bean (Vicia faba) 120 Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) G-7. 551 Oleander (Nerium oleander) G-19. . 2 1 3 Congorosa (Maytenus ilicifolia) ..... 734 Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) 757 Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) G-26.. 130 Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) G-7. . 436 Martagon (Lilium martagon) soe Ox-Eye Daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum) 563 Petasites (Petasites hybridus) G-19. 158 Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus species) 177 Chickweed (Stellaria media) . 273 Field Scabious (Knautia arvensis) G-11. 814 Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) G-26. .. 555 Pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium) 579 Puff Ball (Lycoperdon species) . 310 Frostwort (Helianthemum canadense) . 157 Catechu (Acacia catechu) 163 Cleavers (Galium aparine) .. 711 Stillingia (Stillingia sylvatica) 729 Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) 6-23. DRY. .. 809 American Adder's Tongue (Erythronium americanum) 24 Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) G-5. INFLAMMATORY CONDITIONS/I-1 21 840 Southern Bayberry (Myrica cerifera) G-22.... 321 Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea) 372 Henna (Lawsonia inermis) . 243 English Ivy (Hedera helix) G-10.. . .. .. . 521 Oats (Avena sativa) G-IS. . 527 SKIN. . . skin and skin structure) SKIN PIGMENTATION Wild Carrot (Daucus carota) SKIN ULCERS G-25. . 269 English Ivy (Hedera helix) . . . 812 Yellow Lupin (Lupinus luteUS) 839 SKIN. 771 Turkey Corn (Dicentra cucullaria) 773 Virola (Virola theiodora) 789 White Lily (Lilium candidum) 804 Wild Radish (Raphanus raphanistrum) G-26. ...

IRRITATION. 806 • German Chamomile • Witch Hazel (Hamamelis (Matricaria recutita) .G-13. G-14. . PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH inermis) G-14. 639 Sweet Vernal Grass (Anthoxanthum odoratum) G-24. .. 497 filix-mas) G-17. . . . 719 (Oenothera biennis) .G-IS. 130 pratensis) 572 Corn Poppy (Papaver Peanut (Arachis hypogaea)". 620 (Lavandula Red Clover (Trifolium angustifolia) G-IO. 271 Marigold (Calendula Male Fern (Dryopteris officinalis) G-17. . 383 • Hops (Humulus lupulus) . 793 Field Scabious (Knautia White Lily (LiHum arvensis) G-11. . 756 Tulip Tree (Liriodendron tulipifera) 774 • Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) G-25. INFLAMMATORY CONDITIONS PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES • English Plantain (Plantago Rue (Ruta graveolens) . 297 (Hypericum Evening Primrose perforatum) G-23. 304 • Walnut (Juglans regia) . 701 European Elder (Sambucus Spurge (Euphorbia nigra) G-11. RADIATION DAMAGE. 749 Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) G-24. G-IO. 331 virginiana) G-26. 762 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) Contrayerva (Dorstenia contrayerva) Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) .. TREATMENT OF indica) 419 Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae • Jambolan (Syzygium rhamnoides) G-22. 585 • Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) 631 Red-Spur Valerian (Centranthus ruber) . . . 287 resinifera) 716 European Water Hemlock • St. 400 Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi) 433 • Kava Kava (Piper methysticum) G-15. 126 • Oats (Avena sativa) . 550 virginicus) G-e.. 458 • Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) G-ie. G-21. 298 Turmeric (Curcuma • Fenugreek (Trigonella domestica) 775 foenum-graecum) G-11. . 645 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. . John's Wort (Cicuta virosa) G-11. 573 Petasites (Petasites hybridus) G-19.G-25. . 821 • Heartsease (Viola tricolor) . 751 Taumelloolch (Lolium temulentum) G-24. 783 SMOKING CESSATION. G-11. 261 . . 500 Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) G-IS. 403 Indian Nettle (Acalypha SKIN. 521 Borage (Borago • Oak (Quercus robur) G-IS. MINOR. 313 album) G-25. 391 (See under Pain. . . TEMPORARY AID TO Tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) SNAKEBITE G-24. G-12. 278 officinalis) G-22.1-122/SKIN. 461 Lemon Verbena (Aloysia triphylla) 463 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17.515 American Hellebore Moneywort (Lysimachia (Veratrum viride) 25 nummularia) G-17. 141 218 . . 575 rhoeas) 223 Purple Loosestrife (Lyihrum • English Lavender salicaria) G-20. 551 • Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata) G-IO. 633 False Schisandra (Kadsura Rosemary (Rosmarinus japonica) 301 Ginseng (Panax ginseng) 346 officinalis) G-21. 648 Soapwort (Saponaria lanceolata) 0-11. 382 Henna (Lawsonia SKIN. 310 candidum) 804 • Flax (Linum • White Nettle (Lamium usitatissimum) G-12. 114 Oak Gall (Quercus • Bugleweed (Lycopus infectoria) . 493 Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) 505 SLEEP. Heather (Calluna vulgaris) . 549 officinalis) G-e. 443 Larkspur (Delphinium consolida) G-15. 680 cumini) 429 SLEEP DISORDERS Labrador Tea (Ledum Corn Poppy (Papaver latifolium) 451 rhoeas) 223 Lady's Mantle (Alchemilla English Hawthorn vulgaris) G-15. G-21. 551 Burning Bush (Dictamnus Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla albus) G-7. INDUCTION OF Mezereon (Daphne (See also under Sedation) mezereum) G-17. 530 Nerve Root (Cypripedium calceolus) 541 Oats (Avena sativa) G-IS. 277 pratense) G-21. 750 Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum) G-24. . topical Horse Chestnut (Aesculus relief of) hippocastanum) G-14. 456 (Crataegus laevigata) . 520 Bitter Orange (Citrus Monkshood (Aconitum aurantium) G-5. . 86 napellus) G-18.

. 32 Belladonna (Atropa belladonna) G-4.. SYMPTOMATIC ALLEVIATION OF Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) STOMACH.. . 369 Guarana (Paullinia cupana) .INDICATIONS INDEX STOMATITIS/1-123 German Ipecac (Cynanchum vincetoxicum) 335 Muskmallow (Abelmoschus moschatus) 533 Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) 631 Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) G-22. 289 . gastric.. topical relief of) STERILITY English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) Fumitory (Fumaria officinalis) German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . 756 G-24.G-11.. 477 Marigold (Calendula officinalis) G-17. DISSEMINATED ADENOCARCINOMA G-ie. symptomatic relief of) SPASM.G-10.. 261 English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) .. 92 Hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) G-14. 672 SOUR STOMACH Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) 429 Linden (Tilia species) . 163 • Cinquefoil (Poientilla erecta) G-8. 202 • Colt's Foot (Tussilago farfara) G-9. 30* Grains-of-Paradise . GASTRIC 151 G-13. 497 Sumbul (Ferula sumbul) . symptomatic relief of) STOMACH. TOPICAL RELIEF OF 29 67 (See under Pain. gastric. 488 G-17. Acacia (Acacia arabica) 3 • Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) G-3.. 278 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) G-11. 192 • Clove (Syzygium aromaticum) G-8. 195 • Coffee (Coffea arabica) . symptomatic relief of) STOMATITIS False Schisandra (Kadsura japonica) SPLEEN. 346 STIMULANT Areca Nut (Areca catechu) Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) G-4. 165 Contrayerva (Dorstenia contrayerva) 218 Copaiba Balsam (Copaifera langsdorffi) 220 Fever Bark (Alstonia constricta) 305 Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) . SPASMS. . 362 Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) G-13. . 761 0-26. UNSPECIFIED . 10 Amaranth (Amaranthus hypochondriacus) G-3. . 270 • English Plantain (Plantago lanceolata) G-11. 38 G-7. stomach) STOMACH. 626 SPERMATORRHEA (See under Hyperacidity. G-9... 35 • Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 • Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) G-S..G-10..0-12.322 . SOUR (See under Hyperacidity. Taumelloolch (Lolium temulentum) Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) . MUSCLE.G-10. . 104 Bugle (Ajuga reptans) .. 69 Black Horehound (Ballota nigra) G-s.. DISORDERS OF 301 Angelica (Angelica archangelica) G-3. 130 Ammoniac Gum (Dorema ammoniacum) Behen (Moringa oleifera) SPRAINS. 386 Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) G-5. . 516 (See under Carcinoma. 209 • Echinacea Purpurea (Echinacea purpurea) . UPSET (See under Digestive disorders. . ALIMENTARY CANAL Carline Thistle (Carlina acaulis) Hemlock (Conium maculatum) SPASM. Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) Scopolia (Scopolia carniolica) Sloe (Prunus spinosa) .833 Black Catnip (Phyllanthus amarus) 91 Ginseng (Panax ginseng) . G-ie. 130 Alpine Ragwort (Senecio nemorensis) 21 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) c-8. (Aframomum melegueta) G-13. 826 SPASTICITY. 376 Gum Arabic (Acacia Senegal) 378 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 22 American Pawpaw (Asimina triloba) 27 • Anise (Pimpinella anisum) G-3. 697 G-24. 75 Black Currant (Ribes nigrum) G-S. 302 0-12. 270 G-11. 283 European Five-Finger Grass (Potentilla reptans) . 94 • Blackberry (Rubus fruticosus) '. G-23. 12s Catechu (Acacia catechu) . G-6. 396 Quinine (Cinchona pubescens) G-20. 331 G-i4. 738 Wood Sage (Teucrium scorodonia) G-26. 389 671 G-22... G-11. . . . 98 Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) G-7. o-e.

pallidum infections) T. 662 TACHYCARDIA. 528 New Jersey Tea (Ceanothus americanus) . G-12. PALLIDUM INFECTIONS Purple Gromwell (Lithospermum erytrorhizon) STREP THROAT 619 (See under Streptococci species upper respiratory tract infections) STREPTOCOCCI SPECIES UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) Thuja (Thuja occidentalis) STREPTOCOCCUS TONSILLITIS G-9.G-19. ISCHEMIC Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria majalis) STYES G-8. 455 SYNCOPE STOMATITIS. .G-21. 497 Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) sos • Myrrh (Commiphora molmoJ) G-IS. 3S9 Guaiac (Guaiacum officinale) 37s Indian-Hemp (Apocynum cannabinum) 418 Kava Kava (Piper methysticum) G-IS.. . (See under Infections. . 534 • Oak (Quercus robur) .. . . . . 212 G-24. . 710 • Spruce (Picea species) Sweet Violet (Viola odorata) Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) • Usnea (Usnea species) • White Nettle (Lamium album) Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctorid) Willow Herb (Epilobium angustifolium) 714 G-24. 467 • Marigold (Calendula officinalis) G-17. . .G-21. PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH 300 Black Catnip (Phyllanthus amarus) Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) TAPEWORM INFECTIONS 91 770 (See under Pain.. . .. . . .557 • Peppermint (Mentha piperita) G-19.G-21. topical relief of) • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 411 • Iceland Moss (Cetraria islandica) 41s Jack-in-the-Pulpit (Arisaema atrorubens) 426 • Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) 429 • Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 • Knotweed (Polygonum aviculare) G-15. S9i • Potentilla (Potentilla anserina) . 194 Giant Milkweed (Calotropis gigantea) 338 Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) G-13. . 5 4 1 Sassafras (Sassafras albidum) .324 • German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . . UNSPECIFIED Eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis) SUNBURN. . G-i8. 409 SWOLLEN ANKLES Lady's Bedstraw (Galium verum) G-IS. 641 • Rose (Rosa centifolia) '.1-1 24/STOMATITIS European Golden Rod (Solidago virgaurea) .G-IS. tapeworm) . i e s . 443 Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) G-18. . 806 Q-26. 393 • High Mallow (Malva sylvestris) G-14. . ess • Scotch Pine (Pinus Species) G-22. 783 SYPHILIS (See under T. . 47s Brazilian Pepper Tree (Schinus terebinthifolius) . 448 Lady's Mantle (Alchemilla vulgaris) G-is. 812 G-26. . 456 • Larch (Larix decidua) . . . 759 (See under Streptococci species upper respiratory tract infections) STROKE. 289 Gambir (Uncaria species) . G-20. 750 757 775 778 G-25. G-11. . . 648 • Sage (Salvia officinalis) . 674 Self-Heal (Prunella vulgaris) G-22. RECURRENT APHTHOUS. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Common Stonecrop (Sedum acre) Water Dock (Rumex aquaticus) STRANGURIA 215 795 Ignatius Beans (Strychnos ignatii) 4ie Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) G-25. 644 Rue (Ruta graveolens) . G-ie. sso Pimpinella (Pimpinella major) . 331 Herb Robert (Geranium robertianum) G-14. . . 818 PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES SWELLING AND FRACTURES Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 German Ipecac (Cynanchum vincetoxicum) 335 Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. . .117 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) 141 Clematis (Clematis recta) .G-8. . 457 • Lesser Galangal (Alpinia officinarum) :. 549 • Onion (Allium cepa) G-19. eio • Rhatany (Krameria triandra) . . G-22. 68i • Sloe (Prunus spinosa) . . 403 Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) G-14. 697 Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) G-23. 395 Houseleek (Sempervivum tectorum) G-14.

391 Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) G-ie. G-3.. 138 Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) G-9. . G-7. . ..0-26. removal of) TYPHUS FEVER G-17. GASTRIC G-7. .G-11.. .1 2 5 Male Fern (Dryopteris filix-mas) TETANUS 0-17. 226 Cowslip (Primula veris) 231 TREPONEMA PALLIDUM ULCERS. 536 TUBERCULOSIS. . 764 ULCERS. 409 Spruce (Picea species) . 626 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 469 Mandrake (Mandragora officinarum) G-17. G-19. 212 Common Kidney Vetch (Anthyllis vulneraria) .G-12.. DECUBITUS. . 714 Wood Sage (Teucrium scorodonia) G-26.311 Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) 757 Wild Carrot (Daucus carota) G-25. 744 THYROID DYSFUNCTION Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) . 134 G-7. 812 (See under Pharyngitis.G-14.. .551 Figwort (Scrophularia nodosa) 0-11.G-3. 61 Chickweed (Stellaria media) iso Chicory (Cichorium intybus) G-8. 138 233 G-IO. . SORE • St. BENIGN EPITHELIAL (See under Warts. .809 Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) G-26.812 Yew (Taxus baccata) . 497 Quinine (Cinchona pubescens) G-20. 744 TREMOR.G-ie. MALIGNANT Cabbage (Brassica oleracea) G-7. 719 • Sweet Clover (Melilotus officinalis) G-24. 212 Honeysuckle (Lonicera caprifolium) Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) 399 786 Linden (Tilia species) .. .INDICATIONS INDEX TEETHING ULCERS. 493 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) THROAT. 477 Marigold (Calendula officinalis) G-17. 500 Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) G-26. . 403 Sweet Clover (Melilotus officinalis) G-24. 565 Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra) 697 ULCERS. LEG Seneca Snakeroot (Polygala senega) TRAUMA. 826 TUMOR THERAPY ADJUVANT Coconut Palm (Cocos nucifera) TRACHEITIS G-9. 289 German Sarsaparilla (Carex arenaria) 336 Horehound (Marrubium vulgare) G-14. .. 201 Aloe (Aloe barbadensis. .. 291 • Arnica (Arnica montana) 41 • Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) G-9. 214 Digitalis (Digitalis purpurea) G-10.841 TOOTH DECAY ' Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4. 469 Calamint (Calamintha nepeta) : .497 Papaya (Carica papaya) . 16 Brazilian Pepper Tree (Schinus terebinthifolius) .342 TOBACCO WITHDRAWAL. 528 TINNITUS European Golden Rod (Solidago virgaurea) . G-9.. .. 138 • Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) . L E G / I . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Oats (Avena sativa) TONSILLITIS G-18. 117 Canadian Fleabane (Erigeron canadensis) . 248 G-i6. symptomatic relief of) THROMBOPHLEBITIS Corydalis (Corydalis cava) . 401 Knotweed (Polygonum aviculare) G-15. 248 Henna (Lawsonia inermis) . common. 12 Kelp (Laminaria hyperborea) 446 TINEA CAPITIS INFECTIONS Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) G-i8. PULMONARY Tolu Balsam (Myroxylon balsamum) G-24. 495 Marigold (Calendula officinalis) G-17. ISI Elephant-Ears (Bergenia crassifolia) 268 Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) G-14. 448 Myrtle (Myrtus communis) G-IS. DUODENAL Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. BLUNT G-11. ADJUNCTIVE THERAPY IN (See under T. TREATMENT ADJUNCT Cabbage (Brassica oleracea) Calamus (Acorus calamus) Cranesbill (Geranium maculatum) Digitalis (Digitalis purpurea) Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) ULCERS. Aloe capensis. KINETIC TUMORS. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) G-23. . 134 Calamus (Acorus calamus) G-7. 144 • European Mistletoe (Viscum album) TUMOR. Aloe vera) . pallidum infections) TUBERCULOSIS.

254 Eryngo (Eryngium campestre) G-11. 668 • Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) G-23.. . 650 Sarsaparilla (Smilax species) G-21. 567 Parsley Piert (Aphanes arvensis) 570 Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) G-IO. . SO Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) G-4. . . UNSPECIFIED 748 Birch (Betula species) G-5.. 366 Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) G-16. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Brooklime (Veronica beccabunga) G-6. 503 Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) 505 Mercury Herb (Mercurialis annua) G-17. G-22. 490 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17. 254 Dog Rose (Rosa canind) G-IO. Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi) 433 Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) G-16. eei Sassafras (Sassafras albidum) G-21. 618 • Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens) G-21. es Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) •. . 121 Pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium) 579 • Pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo) G-20. . G-14. ei Bean Pod (Phaseolus vulgaris) G-4. . 393 High Mallow (Malva sylvestris) G-14. G-IS. 114 British Elecampane (Inula britannica) 119 Broad Bean (Vicia faba) 120 Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) G-7.. . . 513 Mountain Ash Berry (Sorbus aucuparia) . 500 Marsh Blazing Star (Liatris spicata) G-17. 367 Hartstongue (Scolopendrium vulgare) .G-13. : . . 469 Lungwort (Pulmonaria officinalis) G-16. 469 URINARY TRACT DISORDERS Alisma (Alisma plantago-aquatica) G-3. 485 Madder (Rubia tinctorum) G-ie. . 13 Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) . G-4. 662 Levant Cotton (Gossypium herbaceum) G-ie. eoo Ragwort (Senecio jacobaea) G-20. NEUROGENIC ATONY OF Snowdrop nivalis) (Galanthus 700 URINARY FREQUENCY. 409 Hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens) G-14. 313 German Ipecac (Cynanchum vincetoxicum) 335 Goutweed (Aegopodium podagraria) . 729 URINARY INCONTINENCE Sweet Sumach (Rhus aromatica) URINARY RETENTION. 629 Round-Leafed Wintergreen (Pyrola rotundifolia) 647 Rupturewort (Herniaria glabra) G-21. .413 I • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. 73 Black Hellebore (Helleborus niger) G-S. 94 California Peppertree (Schinus molle) 139 Eryngo (Eryngium campestre) G-11. 282 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) G-11. 559 Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) G-19. 10s . 468 URINARY BLADDER WITH RETENTION. 595 Poppyseed (Papaver somniferum) G-20. 525 Myrtle (Myrtw communis) G-18. 193 Club Moss (Lycopodium clavatum) 196 Cocoa (Theobroma cacao) G-8. 591 Pitcher Plant (Sarracenia purpurea) G-20. 199 Coolwort (Tiarella cordifolia) G-9. 78 Black Currant (Ribes nigrum) G-5. G-6. 536 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) 543 Oats (Avena sativa) G-18. 283 Flax (Linum usitatissimum) G-12. 97 Bladderwort (Utricularia vulgaris) G-6. .1-126/URETHRITIS URETHRITIS PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Bog Bilberry (Vaccinium uliginosum) G-6. . 551 Oregano (Origanum vulgare) G-19. . G-5.: 381 Heather (Calluna vulgaris) G-13. 301 Greater Bindweed (Calystegia sepium) .578 Pimpinella (Pimpinella major) G-19. 221 Corn Silk (Zea mays) 224 Cubeb (Piper cubeba) 23s Dodder (Cuscuta epithymum) G-IO. 571 Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla pratensis) 572 Pellitory-of-the-Wall v (Parietaria officinalis) . . G-13. . . 130 California Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica) G-7. 282 Great Burnet (Sanguisorba officinalis) G-13. 111 Borage (Borago officinalis) .383 Herb Robert (Geranium robertianum) . 219 Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) G-9. 39s Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) G-14. 664 Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) . 140 Cleavers (Galium aparine) .

749 Trailing Arbutus {Epigae repens) 768 Triticum {Agropyron repens) G-25. S I S Winter Cherry {Physalis alkekengi) G-26. 403 Sweet Clover {Melilotus officinalis) G-24. 497 Pimpinella {Pimpinella major) G-19.. . DEFICIENCY OF 258 {See under Pain. . 746 Taumelloolch (Lolium temulentum) G-24. 743 Sweet Sumach {Rhus aromatica) 748 Sweet Vernal Grass {Anthoxanthum odoratum) G-24.254 Garden Cress (Lepidium sativum) . . . urinary tract) UTERINE ATONY. 744 • Witch Hazel {Hamamelis virginiana) G-26. G-12. . 756 Woundwort (Stachys palustris) 832 VISUAL DISTURBANCES Dusty Miller (Senecio bicolor) VITAMIN C.. 306 (See under Warts. 326 Lemon (Citrus limon) .591 Purple Loosestrife {Lythrum salicaria) G-20. 825 Yellow Lupin {Lupinus luteUS) 839 Nerve Root {Cypripedium calceolus) VAGINAL PROLAPSE VENOUS STASIS 541 Buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum) G-6. G-12. 819 Wood Betony {Betonica officinalis) . . 132 Clematis {Clematis recta) . . 362 Great Burnet {Sanguisorba officinalis) G-13. 382 Butcher's Broom (Ruscus aculeatus) G-7. . S I I Wild Service Tree {Sorbus torminalis) 814 Wild Thyme {Thymus serpyllum) G-26. 124 • Butcher's Broom {Ruscus aculeatus) G-7. 359 Grape (Vitis vinifera) .H . 327 Grape {Vitis vinifera) . 342 Herb Paris (Paris quadrifolia) G-14. o-7. G-26. 751 • Denotes recommendation by Commission £. common. 744 Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum) G-24. 366 • Horse Chestnut {Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14.. 362 Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. 144 Valerian {Valeriana officinalis) VAGINAL ITCHING G-25. 460 Lime (Citrus aurantifolia) . 403 Lemon Verbena {Aloysia triphylla) 463 Marigold {Calendula officinalis) G-17. 291 Yellow Toadflax {Linaria vulgaris) URINARY TRACT PAIN.G-13. RELIEF OF 840 Beth Root {Trillium erectum) G-4.INDICATIONS INDEX VOMITING/I-127 Scopolia (Scopolia carniolicd) 671 Short Buchu (Barosma betulina) 69i Smartweed (Persicaria hydropiper) 699 Sneezewort {Achillea ptarmicd) 700 Speedwell {Veronica officinalis) G-23. G-8. 77i Turkey Corn {Dicentra cucullaria) 775 Wild Daisy {Bellis perennis) G-26. 525 Scurvy Grass (Cochlearia officinalis) G-22.G-10. 710 Squill {Urginea maritima) G-23. . 392 Sweet Marjoram (Origanum majorana) G-24. . 679 P Wild Service Tree (Sorbus torminalis) 814 VITAMIN E. Dog Rose (Rosa canina) . POSTPARTUM Ergot {Claviceps purpurea) 280 UTERINE BLEEDING Canadian Fleabane {Erigeron canadensis) UTERINE SPASTICITY . . 783 Heartsease {Viola tricolor) . . G-8. 194 Garlic {Allium sativum) . G-12. . . removal of) VERTIGO Clematis {Clematis recta) .G-13.476 Mountain Ash Berry (Sorbus aucuparia) .. . . . . 821 VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY Fish Berry (Anamirta cocculus) 312 • Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) . 124 Alteris {Aletris farinosa) VAGINAL SECRETIONS 11 VERRUCAS VULGARIS INFECTION Acacia {Acacia arabica) Feverfew {Tanacetum parthenium) VENEREAL DISEASE 3 G .G-is. DEFICIENCY OF Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) 228 VOMITING (See also under Motion sickness) Almond (Prunus dulcis) 15 American Pawpaw (Asimina triloba) 27 . 74 Buckwheat {Fagopyrum esculent'im) G-6. 620 • Sweet Clover {Melilotus officinalis) G-24. G-16. 132 Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) G-13. . 717 Sweet Cicely {Myrrhis odorata) G-24. 194 German Sarsaparilla {Carex arenarid) 336 VENOUS CONDITIONS Asiatic Dogwood (Cornus officinalis) Behen (Moringa oleifera) Cowslip (Primula veris) European Mistletoe (Viscum album) 51 67 231 G-11.

G-5.117 Broad Bean {Vicia faba) 120 Bugle {Ajuga reptans) . . . 602 Behen {Moringa oleifera) 67 • Bittersweet Nightshade {Solanum dulcamara) .60 Black Bryony {Tamus communis) G-5. 13 American White Pond Lily {Nymphaea odorata) . 201 Coffee {Coffea arabica) . G-13. 94 Black Nightshade {Solanum nigrum) G-6. 580 Sneezewort {Achillea ptarmica) 700 White Hellebore {Veratrum album) G-25. 105 Brazilian Pepper Tree {Schinus terebinthifolius) . 153 Cat's Claw {Unicaria tomentosa) ieo Catechu {Acacia catechu) 163 Chickweed {Stellaria media) iso Cinnamon {Cinnamomum verum) G-8. ADJUNCTIVE THERAPY IN G-25. 214 Giant Milkweed {Calotropis gigantea) 338 Green Tea {Camellia sinensis) G-13. G-12. . 369 Lemon Balm {Melissa officinalis) G-16. . ADJUNCTIVE THERAPY IN Barberry {Berberis vulgaris) G-4. 98 British Elecampane {Inula britannica) 119 California Peppertree (Schinus molle) 139 Carob {Ceratonia siliqua) G-7. . 411 Indian-Hemp {Apocynum cannabinum) 418 • Mayapple {Podophyllum peltatum) G-17. 82 Black Currant {Ribes nigrum) G-5. . . . 130 • Cajuput {Melaleuca leucadendra) G-7. . G-9. REDUCTION OF G-21. . 194 Coconut Palm {Cocos nucifera) G-9. . . GENITAL {See under Condylomata acuminata) WEIGHT. 125 Burning Bush {Dictamnus albus) G-7. 61 Alkanet {Alkanna tinctoria) G-3. SO Bistort {Persicaria bistorta) G-5. 510 • Oats {Avena sativa) G-18.G-8. 157 Celandine {Chelidonium majUS) G-8. . 461 Marijuana {Cannabis sativa) G-17. G-6. NARCOTIC. 156 Common Kidney Vetch {Anthyllis vulneraria) . 151 Cascarilla {Croton eluteria) . 214 Common Stonecrop {Sedum acre) 215 Digitalis {Digitalis purpurea) G-IO. 101 Bladderwort {Utricularia vulgaris) G-6. INDUCTION OF PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES White Bryony {Bryonia alba) VULVOVAGINAL CANDIDIASIS W O U N D CARE. 557 Spurge {Euphorbia resinifera) 7ie Sundew {Drosera ramentacea) 740 WARTS. 500 Mugwort {Artemisia vulgaris) G-i8. . 327 Giant Milkweed {Calotropis gigantea) 338 Houseleek {Sempervivum tectorum) G-14. . . . COMMON. . . 90 Cocillana Tree {Guraea rusbyi) 198 European Peony (Paeonia officinalis) 0-11. 136 Carline Thistle {Carlina acaulis) 151 Cascara Sagrada {Rhamnus purshiana) G-7. . . . 800 {See under Candidiasis. 169 Common Stonecrop {Sedum acre) 215 Garlic {Allium sativum) .. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF {See under Pertussis) WITHDRAWAL. . 202 Cola {Cola acuminata) 205 Common Kidney Vetch {Anthyllis vulneraria) . 803 VOMITING. G-9. . 190 Clematis {Clematis recta) . 28 Ammoniac Gum {Dorema ammoniacum) 29 Basil {Ocimum basilicum) .1-128/VOMITING Black Horehound {Ballota nigra) G-5. 551 Onion {Allium cepa) G-19. 88 Broad Bean {Vicia faba) 120 Calotropis {Calotropis procera) 141 Cashew {Anacardium occidentale) G-7. . . 64 Behen {Moringa oleifera) 67 Beth Root {Trillium erectum) G-4.G-4. 295 German Ipecac {Cynanchum vincetoxicum) 335 Hedge-Hyssop (Gratiola officinalis) . 530 Peppermint {Mentha piperita) G-19. 74 Birthwort {Aristolochia clematitis) G-5. vaginal) WARTS Asarum {Asarum europaeum) 48 Baneberry {Actaea spicata) . G-3. 663 Brown Kelp {Macrocystis pyrifera) Pineapple {Ananas comosus) {See under Bronchial asthma) WHOOPING COUGH 122 593 WHEEZING. G-9. . 248 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E. REMOVAL OF Savin Tops {Juniperus sabina) WARTS. 385 Indian Physic {Gillenia trifoliata) 421 Ipecac {Cephaelis ipecacuanha) 423 Mountain Flax {Linum catharticum) 526 Picrorhiza {Picrorhiza kurroa) 589 Poke {Phytolacca americana) G-20.

261 Elm Bark (Ulmus minor) G-IO. 591 • Pineapple (Ananas comosus) : .. 48i Lungwort (Pulmonaria officinalis) G-ie. 278 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) G-11. 764 G-25. G-22.G-20.. . . ... 826 Wood Sorrel (Oxalis acetosella) 827 Wormwood {Artemisia absinthium) G-26.. . 811 Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) G-26. G-2i. 532 Onion (Allium cepa) G-19. . 710 G-23. 355 Goutweed (Aegopodium podagraria) G-13. 409 Hound's Tongue (Cynoglossum officinale) .INDICATIONS INDEX Dogwood (Cornus florida) G-10. 833 Yellow Toadflax (Linaria vulgaris) .. 289 Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) G-II. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) Teazle (Dipsacus silvestris) • Tolu Balsam (Myroxylon balsamum) Traveller's Joy (Clematis vitalba) 697 G-23. 680 • Shepherd's Purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris) . 626 Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) .. 485 • Marigold (Calendula officinalis) G-17. 503 Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) 505 Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) G-18.. .. 812 Willow Herb (Epilobium angustifolium) G-26.G-25.. 829 Woundwort (Stachys palustris) 832 Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) G-26. 593 • Poplar (Populus species) . 690 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) . 521 Mouse Ear (Pilosella officinarum) 529 Mullein (Verbascum densiflorum) G-18. G-22. . 741 G-24.840 • Denotes recommendation by Commission E..G-15. 788 Virola (Virola theiodora) 789 Water Dock (Rumex aquaticus) 795 Water Germander (Teucrium scordium) 797 White Fir (Abies alba) 802 White Lily (Lilium candidum) 804 Wild Daisy (Bellis perennis) G-26.. 455 Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) 466 Loosestrife (Lysimachia vulgaris) G-16... 668 Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) . . . 283 European Golden Rod (Solidago virgaurea) .. 719 G-23.. 304 Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) G-II... G-IO. 645 Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) . 757 G-24. 818 • Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) G-26. 275 WOUND CARE. 361 Great Burnet (Sanguisorba officinalis) G-i3f 366 Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea) 372 Heather (Calluna vulgaris) G-13.G-11. . 306 Galbanum (Ferula gummosa) 323 • German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) . 411 Iceland Moss (Cetraria islandica) 415 Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) 429 Jujube (Zyzyphus jujube) 439 Lady's Bedstraw (Galium verum) . 269 English Ivy (Hedera helix) G-10. 331 Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) G-13. . 497 Marsh Marigold (Caltha palustris) G-17. . 410 Houseleek (Sempervivum tectorum) G-14. .. 383 High Mallow (Malva sylvestris) G-14.. .. . ADJUNCTIVE THERAPY IN/I-129 Indian Nettle (Acalypha indica) 419 English Plantain (Plantago lanceolata) G-II... 821 Wood Sage (Teucrium scorodonia) G-26. 585 Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra) Speedwell (Veronica officinalis) • St. 395 Horehound (Marrubium vulgare) G-i4.. 256 Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) 261 • Echinacea Purpurea (Echinacea purpurea) . G-12. 607 Quinine (Cinchona pubescens) G-20. 401 • Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) G-14. 769 Pimpinella (Pimpinella major) G-19.. 557 Ox-Eye Daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum) 563 Petasites (Petasites hybridus) G-19.G-22.

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762 831 {See under Menopause. topical relief of) . TEMPORARY RELIEF OF {See under Pain. . enabling you to quickly review the botanicals used by homeopaths for a particular diagnosis. management of) ARRHYTHMIAS Iberis amara (Bitter Candytuft) Viscum album (European Mistletoe) 84 0-11. ABDOMINAL CRAMPS ANXIETY DISORDERS. management of the manifestations of) Aconitum napellus (Monkshood) G-IS. MANAGEMENT OF {See under Cramps. topical relief of) ACHES. SUPPRESSION OF 736 450 416 G-18. with the accepted common name shown in parentheses.. symptomatic relief of) ABRASIONS. BRONCHIAL {See under Bronchial asthma) BACKACHE. 400 Leonurus japonicus (Chinese Motherwort) 183 Myristica fragrans (Nutmeg) G-IS. 176 {See under Obesity. 223 Paris quadrifolia (Herb Paris) . MUSCULAR {See under Pain. 291 ARTHRALGIA.. topical relief of) ASTHMA. 746 Papaver rhoeas (Corn Poppy) . 738 Humulus lupulus (Hops) . Under each heading. 547 G-8. 521 Amanita muscaria (Aga) G-3. G-23. herbs are listed alphabetically by scientific name. abdominal.. be sure to check the appropriate underlying monograph. temporary relief of) AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION DISORDERS {See under Bronchial asthma) AMENORRHEA. If an entry lists two page numbers.0-24. 373 Rhus toxicodendron (Poison Ivy) eoo Spigelia marilandica (Pink Root) 594 Strophanthus gratus (Strophanthus Gratus) Strophanthus hispidus (Kombe Seed) Strychnos ignatii (Ignatius Beans) Strychnos mix vomica (Nux Vomica) Vitex agnus-castus (Chaste Tree) APPETITE. TOPICAL RELIEF OF {See under Pain. For more information on any of these botanicals. For ease of comparison with prescription and over-the-counter medications.G-i4. the index employs the same nomenclature found in the Indications Index of the PDR Companion Guide™. exogenous) APPREHENSION {See under Anxiety disorders. UNSPECIFIED Lycoperdon species (Puff Ball) ANGINA 618 {See under Angina pectoris) ANGINA PECTORIS Nicotiana tabacum (TobaCCO) Spigelia anthelmia (Wormwood Grass) ANXIETY AND TENSION DUE TO MENOPAUSE .1-131 Homeopathic Indications Index Entries in this index are organized by specific indication. G-14. 545 Origanum majorana (Sweet Marjoram) G-24. 8 Anamirta cocculus (Fish Berry) 312 Aquilegia vulgaris (Columbine) G-9. 211 Artemisia absinthium (Wormwood) G-26. SECONDARY {See under Menstrual disorders) ANEMIA. PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH {See under Pain. muscular. the first refers to a photograph of the plant in the Herb Identification Guide. 829 Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) 726 Ferula sumbul (Sumbul) . the second to the herbal monograph. 392 Passiflora incarnata (Passion Flower) G-19.

SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Lycopodium clavatum (Club Moss) BRONCHIAL ASTHMA 196 Asparagus officinalis (Asparagus) Iberis amara (Bitter Candytuft) Strophanthus gratus (Strophanthus Gratus) CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS G-4. .. . ACTINIC Marsdenia condurango (Condurango) G-13. PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH Chelidonium majus (Celandine) BLOOD PRESSURE PROBLEMS (See under Pain. 833 Artemisia cina (Wormseed) .. 827 Artemisia vulgaris (Mugwort) G-IS. ACUTE (See under Bronchial asthma) BRUISES Conium maculatum (Hemlock) Hypericum perforatum (St. 833 G-23. .1 . . 557 G-13. 23 CEREBROVASCULAR INSUFFICIENCY CONVULSIVE EPISODES. ACUTE . . 825 423 G-23. adjunctive therapy in) CONJUNCTIVITIS. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Erigeron canadensis (Canadian Fleabane) CIRCULATORY DISORDERS G-7. . common. 266 . TOPICAL RELIEF OF G-21. . . . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Corydalis cava (Corydalis) BURNS. . . . . . 524 Prunus spinosa (Sloe) . . .1 3 2 / B A C T E R I U R I A A S S O C I A T E D WITH CYSTITIS BACTERIURIA ASSOCIATED WITH CYSTITIS. . . 266 Cephaelis ipecacuanha (Ipecac) 423 Cetraria islandica (Iceland Moss) . John's Wort) CHEILITIS. . 248 Kalmia latifolia (Mountain Laurel) G-IS. 811 216 Inula helenium (Elecampane) G-IO.G-IO. 513 COLIC. 697 Spigelia anthelmia (Wormwood Grass) 83i Strophanthus hispidus (Kombe" Seed) 450 CATHARTIC (See under Edema. sso Mercurialis annua (Mercury Herb) G-17. . 258 Mentha piperita (Peppermint) G-19. 788 CORYZA. 711 Lemna minor (Duckweed) . . o .G-IO. ELIMINATION OR SUPPRESSION OF PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S (See under Infections. CHRONIC Bellis perennis (Wild Daisy) G-26.G-24. 764 BRONCHOSPASM. . . . . topical relief of) G-8. . 719 G-ie. . CHEMICAL DISSOLUTION OF Claviceps purpurea (Ergot) 226 COLD. . 169 CALCULOSIS (See under Renal calculi) 423 G-IO. . . UNSPECIFIED Ilex aquifolium (Holly) CONSTIPATION G-14. 573 Verbena officinalis (Vervain) G-25.i s . . . G-3. symptomatic relief of) COUGH. . 397 Achillea millefolium (Yarrow) Collinsonia canadensis (Stone Root) G-26. 144 280 (See under Pain. 385 Aralia racemosa (Spikenard) Aspidosperma quebrachobianco (Quebracho) Betonica officinalis (Wood Betony) Cephaelis ipecacuanha (Ipecac) Hypericum perforatum (St John's Wort) Lobelia inflata (Lobelia) . G-22. 733 Quassia amara (Amargo) . 5 Apocynum cannabinum (Indian-Hemp) 4is Camellia sinensis (Green Tea) G-13. 711 623 G-26. 528 Leonurus cardiaca (Motherwort) . COMMON. 479 Inula helenium (Elecampane) BRONCHITIS. 291 CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS Cephaelis ipecacuanha (Ipecac) Crataegus laevigata (English Hawthorn) Viscum album (European Mistletoe) BLOOD PURIFYING (See under Arrhythmias) CARDIAC OUTPUT. . . urinary tract) BACTERIURIA ASSOCIATED WITH POLYNEPHRITIS.. 788 CHOLECYSTITIS. . 369 Crataegus laevigata (English Hawthorn) G-10. ELIMINATION OR SUPPRESSION OF Ruta graveolens (Rue) Verbena officinalis (Vervain) BRUISES. . . urinary tract) BILIARY CALCULI. LOW Aralia racemosa (Spikenard) G-23.29 Myroxylon balsamum (Tolu Balsam) . 52 84 736 Allium cepa (Onion) Gratiola officinalis (Hedge-Hyssop) CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE. 386 G-23. 530 Oenanthe crocata (Water Dropwort) 795 Passiflpra incarnata (Passion Flower) G-19. 648 G-2S. REVERSIBLE Adonis vernalis (Adonis) G-3. . ADJUNCT IN G-19. . CONTROL OF Achillea millefolium (Yarrow) . 271 Digitalis purpurea (Digitalis) G-IO. . . 719 (See under Cold. topical relief of) BULIMIA NERVOSA (See under Infections. .G-26. 271 G-H. 4 1 5 Dorema ammoniacum (Ammoniac Gum) . . BRONCHIAL CONGESTION G-23. . .

626 Corydalis cava (Corydalis) 226 Euphorbia cyparissias (Cypress Spurge) G-9. inflammatory conditions) DIARRHEA. DYSMENORRHEA. . .G-24.. 123 Rhamnus purshiana (Cascara Sagrada) G-7. 310 Lycopersicon esculentum (Tomato) G-24. replacement or supplemental therapy in) CUTS. SEBORRHEIC DYSPEPSIA/1-1 3 3 Achillea millefolium (Yarrow) Linum catharticum (Mountain Flax) Prunus laurocerasus (Cherry Laurel) COUGH. sos Iris species (Orris) G-19. 829 {See under Hypothyroidism. . G-4.48 Cinchona pubescens (Quinine) G-20. WHOOPING 0-26. 545 Picrasma excelsa (Quassia) 622 Raphanus sativus (Radish) . 179 Buxus sempervirens (BoXWOOd) Daphne mezereum (Mezereon) G-6. 7i» Pulsatilla pratensis (Pasque Flower) 572 Rhus toxicodendron (Poison Ivy) eoo Strychnos ignatii (Ignatius Beans) . symptomatic relief of) . . G-II. . . John's Wort) 0-23. . 427 Leptandra virginica (Black Root) 104 Linum catharticum (Mountain Flax) 526 Nicotiana tabacum (TobaCCO) . isa Sanguisorba officinalis (Great Burnet) G-13. 28 Rheum palmatum (Chinese Rhubarb) o-s. . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF {See under Dermatitis. . idiopathic) DYSENTERY Sophora japonica (Pagoda Tree) . 222 {See under Digestive disorders. . 369 Conium maculatum (Hemlock). 84i DROPSY {See under Edema. . ies Chelone glabra (Balmony) . . 762 Nymphaea odorata (American White Pond Lily) 0-3. 327 Allium ursinum (Bear's Garlic) 66 Capsicum annuum (Cayenne) G-8. . G-12. 211 Cicuta virosa (European Water Hemlock) .HOMEOPATHIC INDICATIONS INDEX COUGH. PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH {See under Pain. 59 Cornus florida (Dogwood) G-IO.366 Sanicula europaea (European Sanicle) 296 Veratrum album (White Hellebore) G-25. . 355 Ilex paraguariensis (Mate) G-17. .o-i». .626 726 346 Pastinaca sativa (Parsnip) .. G-20. 297 DYSPEPSIA Agrostemma githago (Corn Cockle) . topical relief of) DANDRUFF {See under Dermatitis. 97 Helleborus viridis (Green Hellebore) 368 Ipomoea purga (Jalap) G-IS. . . . RELIEF OF SYMPTOMS Camellia sinensis (Green Tea) 0-13.. 628 Rhamnus catharticus (Buckthorn) G-e. . . .386 Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) . 759 Aethusa cynapium (Fool's Parsley) G-12. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Armoracia rusticana (Horseradish) Artemisia absinthium (Wormwood) CRETINISM G-14. . sei Juniperus communis (Juniper) G-15. G-9. . 646 Tamarindus indica (Tamarind) 753 Taxus baccata (Yew) G-26. CORTICOSTEROIDRESPONSIVE {See under Pertussis) CRADLE CAP {See under Skin. . .' G-24. 825 G-20. 766 Matricaria recutita (German Chamomile) .312 Aquilegia vulgaris (Columbine) . 116 G-17. 242 Ferula foetida (Asa Foetida) 47 Glechoma hederacea (Ground Ivy) 372 Helleborus niger (Black Hellebore) G-a. 571 DEPRESSION. 331 Myristica fragrans (Nutmeg) G-IS. . 456 Apocynum cannabinum (Indian-Hemp) 418 Asarum europaeum (Asarum) . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF DERMATITIS. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF 564 Anamirta cocculus (Fish Berry) . 440 Knautia arvensis (Field Scabious) G-II. 256 Gentiana lutea (Yellow Gentian) 836 Hydrastis canadensis (Goldenseal) G-13. 416 Thuja occidentalis (Thuja) . 0-13. . MINOR. 515 DERMATOSES. 316 Alchemilla vulgaris (Lady's Mantle) G-15. . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Allium sativum (Garlic) . 153 Silphium laciniatum (Rosinweed) G-21. . . . . iss Ricinus communis (Castor Oil Plant) G-7. G-12. UNSPECIFIED. . ABDOMINAL.. seborrheic) DEBILITY Betonica officinalis (Wood Betony) Cinchona pubescens (Quinine) Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) Panax ginseng (Ginseng) DELIRIUM G-26. 726 Hypericum perforatum (St. 408 G-26. .803 DIGESTIVE DISORDERS. 833 526 G-8. seborrheic) CRAMPS.

G-3. 663 Ranunculus bulbosus (Bulbous Buttercup) 128 GYNECOLOGICAL DISORDERS Centella asiatica (Gotu Kola) HAIR LOSS G-13. . 61 Colchicum autumnale (Colchicum) G-9. 69 Brassica nigra (Black Mustard) G-5.G-4. I N F L A M M A T I O N . 144 GENITOURINARY TRACT. . inflammatory conditions) EDEMA. 759 GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT. 88 Strychnos nux vomica (Nux Vomica) G-IS. SMOOTH MUSCLE SPASM Oenanthe crocata (Water Dropwort) EXHAUSTION 795 Asarum europaeum (Asarum) . smooth muscle) 222 G-26. 256 Eupatorium perfoliatum (Boneset) . 23 Rhamnus frangula (Frangula) G-12. 547 Aethusa cynapium (Fool's Parsley) G-12. 645 Sinapis alba (White Mustard) G-25. 602 Pimpinella major (Pimpinella) G-19. . . 679 Colchicum autumnale (Colchicum) G-9.G-20. . IDIOPATHIC 418 Corydalis cava (Corydalis) GALACTORRHEA Linum catharticum (Mountain Flax) ENCEPHALITIS. POSSIBLY EFFECTIVE IN (See under Skin. . chemical dissolution of) GASTRITIS Punica granatum (Pomegranate) G-20. i65 Ferula foetida (Asa Foetida) 47 Leonurus cardiaca (Motherwort) G-IS. RELIEF OF PDR FOR H E R B A L M E D I C I N E S Capsicum annuum (Cayenne) ECZEMA. SMOOTH MUSCLE SPASM (See under Spasm. G-10. 359 Buxus sempervirens (Boxwood) G-6. 443 Conium maculatum (Hemlock) Phytolacca americana (Poke) GOITER G-13. lie . 551 Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) 726 Piper methysticum (Kava Kava) G-IS. G-5.1 . . 497 226 Apocynum cannabinum (Indian-Hemp) EDEMA. G-S. SWOLLEN Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) GLANDULAR PROBLEMS 726 GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) FEVER. 602 Fucus vesiculosus (Bladderwrack) GONORRHEA 106 Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) GOUT. . ADJUNCTIVE THERAPY IN Calendula officinalis (Marigold) FURUNCULOSIS G-17.' c-e. 206 Juniperus sabina (Savin Tops) G-21. 206 Ferula foetida (Asa Foetida) 47 Geranium maculatum (Cranesbill) 233 Marsdenia condurango (Condurango) 216 Piper methysticum (Kava Kava) G-15. UNSPECIFIED G-8. 316 Aletris farinosa (Alteris) 11 Aloe ferox (Cape Aloe) 16 Atropa belladonna (Belladonna) G-4. VIRAL 526 Piper nigrum (Black Pepper) GALLSTONES G-6. 829 726 G-7. 103 Helleborus niger (Black Hellebore) EPILEPSY G-5.G-10.270 Cochlearia officinalis (Scurvy Grass) G-22. 386 .48 Avena sativa (Oats) G-IS. 369 Cephaelis ipecacuanha (Ipecac) 423 Chamaemelum nobile (English Chamomile) . 805 Solanum dulcamara (Bittersweet Nightshade) . G-24. MIDDLE EAR. 97 {See under Biliary calculi. . 113 Phytolacca americana (Poke) G-20. INFLAMMATION. 524 FROSTBITE. 443 Rhus toxicodendron (Poison Ivy) 6oo FATIGUE. 88 Strychnos nux vomica (Nux Vomica) G-IS. eos Quassia amara (Amargo) . smooth muscle) GLANDS.1 3 4 / E A R . 317 Rhus toxicodendron (Poison Ivy) 600 Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) G-21. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Agrostemma githago (Corn Cockle) Artemisia absinthium (Wormwood) Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) Erigeron canadensis (Canadian Fleabane) (See under Spasm. 100 Camellia sinensis (Green Tea) G-13.591 Rhus toxicodendron (Poison Ivy) eoo Solanum dulcamara (Bittersweet Nightshade) . MANAGEMENT OF SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS 726 Berberis vulgaris (Barberry) . . . MIDDLE FLATULENCE. .626 Cornus florida (Dogwood) . 8 Artemisia cina (Wormseed) 827 Asimina triloba (American Pawpaw) 27 Cinchona pubescens (Quinine) G-20. REDUCTION OF 726 Amanita muscaria (Aga) G-3. 547 Thuja occidentalis (Thuja) .

. ORDINARY . G-12. 762 G-25. 803 Agropyron repens (Triticum) . 297 240 o-io. 248 G-14. .G-24. 275 Leonurus cardiaca (Motherwort) G-18. 297 Linum catharticum (Mountain Flax) 526 Salvia officinalis (Sage) . REPLACEMENT OR SUPPLEMENTAL THERAPY IN Brassica oleracea (Cabbage) G-7. 295 G-18.4 . 144 372 G-26. unspecified) HEADACHE. 134 HYPOTHYROIDISM. replacement or supplemental therapy in) G-14. URINARY TRACT/1-133 Quassia amara (Amargo) Spigelia anthelmia (Wormwood Grass) HEMORRHAGE. 833 280 Nicotiana tabacum (TobaCCO) Veratrum album (White Hellebore) HYPOTHYROIDISM.G-10. . 547 HEADACHE.G-25. . 369 Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) 726 Fagopyrum esculentum (Buckwheat) G-6. 126 Baptisia tinctoria (Wild Indigo) Datura stramonium (Jimson Weed) Veratrum album (White Hellebore) INFECTIONS. G-IS. URINARY TRACT . 5 8 4 HEPATITIS. 821 526 G-11. 530 Chelone glabra (Balmony) . anorectal) HEMORRHOIDS Aesculus hippocastanum (Horse Chestnut) Aloe ferox (Cape Aloe) Collinsonia canadensis (Stone Root) .0-26. . ACUTE G . . . migraine) HELMINTHIASIS Daphne mezereum (Mezereon) Kalmia latifolia (Mountain Laurel) HYPERHIDROSIS G-17. . TENDENCY TO Scrophularia nodosa (Figwort) INFECTIONS. UNSPECIFIED 726 Erigeron canadensis (Canadian Fleabane) Leptandra virginica (Black Root) .HOMEOPATHIC INDICATIONS INDEX Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) HAY FEVER INFECTIONS. induction of) HYPOTENSION (See under Pollinosis) HEADACHE Anamirta cocculus (Fish Berry) 312 Camellia sinensis (Green Tea) G-13. 403 ie G-23. 655 HYPERTHYROIDISM Hedera helix (English Ivy) .H . UNSPECIFIED . NON-SPECIFIC (See under Pain. . . 771 . 803 (See under Pain. 547 HYPOTHYROIDISM. 392 258 Geranium maculatum (Cranesbill) 233 Vinca minor (Periwinkle) . replacement or supplemental therapy in) HYSTERIA. 23 83i HYPNOTIC 726 (See under Sleep. 56i Paris quadrifolia (Herb Paris) G-14.812 c .G-21. tendency to) G-7. . AN AID IN (See under Hypothyroidism. 515 G-IS. . TERTIARY Cicuta virosa (European Water Hemlock) Cyclamen europaeum (Cyclamen) Digitalis purpurea (Digitalis) Paris quadrifolia (Herb Paris) Senecio bicolor (Dusty Miller) HEADACHE.311 Artemisia cina (Wormseed) 827 Artemisia vulgaris (MugWOrt) G-18. 342 Iris species (Orris) G-19. SECONDARY (See under Hypothyroidism. VASCULAR (See under Headache. G . UNSPECIFIED Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) IMMUNODEFICIENCY. replacement or supplemental therapy in) HYPOTHYROIDISM. 697 Pulsatilla pratensis (Pasque Flower) 572 Spigelia anthelmia (Wormwood Grass) 831 Strychnos mix vomica (Nux Vomica) G-IS. symptomatic relief of) INFECTION. . . 528 . 144 104 INDIGESTION (See under Digestive disorders. 733 G-7. replacement or supplemental therapy in) HYPOTHYROIDISM. Erigeron canadensis (Canadian Fleabane) Glechoma hederacea (Ground Ivy) Hamamelis virginiana (Witch Hazel) Linum catharticum (Mountain Flax) Paeonia officinalis (European Peony) Strychnos nux vomica (Nux Vomica) HEMOSTASIS. 436 G-25. 124 Ginkgo biloba (Ginkgo) . 392 Paullinia cupana (Guarana) 376 Primula veris (Cowslip) 231 Prunus spinosa (Sloe) G-22. 524 Lycopus virginicus (Bugleweed) G-6.G-11. PRIMARY (See under Hypothyroidism. MIGRAINE Achillea millefolium (Yarrow) Claviceps purpurea (Ergot) HEMORRHOIDAL PAIN G-26. 59 Cicuta virosa (European Water Hemlock) G-II. HERPES ZOSTER INFECTIONS (See under Infection. G-3. TENSION (See under Hypothyroidism.

TOPICAL RELIEF OF Alchemilla vulgaris . URINARY TRACT PDR FOR H E R B A L M E D I C I N E S Anagallis arvensis (Scarlet Pimpernel) INFECTIONS. . G . 766 Ranunculus bulbosus (Bulbous Buttercup) 128 Ranunculus sceleratus (Poisonous Buttercup) .. 468 Atropa belladonna (Belladonna) LACTATION. MANAGEMENT OF G-16. 289 Strychnos nux vomica (Nux Vomica) G-IS. .1 . 59 Erigeron canadensis (Canadian Fleabane) G-7. topical relief of) JOINTS. 144 (See under Cheilitis. . migraine) MOOD SWINGS (See under Pruritus. (Lady's Mantle) Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) LIPS. . 322 Lactuca virosa (Lactucarium) . 144 Fagopyrum esculentum (Buckwheat) G-6. 176 Aethusa cynapium (Fool's Parsley) LARYNGOTRACHEITIS G-12.G-4. SO (See under Pain. 601 INSECT BITES. . . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Lycopodium clavatum (Club MOSS) Mahonia aquifolium (Mountain Grape) LIVER DISORDERS 196 G-18. 169 Chelone glabra (Balmony) . topical relief of) INSOMNIA (See under Sleep. 45s 726 Aristolochia clematitis (Birthwort) MENORRHAGIA G-S. replacement or supplemental therapy in) MYXEDEMA COMA/PRECOMA Berberis vulgaris (Barberry) Leptandra virginica (Black Root) . 69 MUSCLE TENSION 128 G-e. 124 Fumaria officinalis (Fumitory) G-12. STIMULATION OF G-4. temporary relief of) MYALGIA. ei .7 .G-4. G-20.1 3 6 / I N F E C T I O N S . topical relief of) ITCHING.104 Caulophyllum thalictroides (Blue Cohosh) 109 Erigeron canadensis (Canadian Fleabane) . 113 Lycopersicon esculentum (Tomato) G-24. induction of) INTERTRIGO (See under Skin. Ranunculus bulbosus (Bulbous Buttercup) Solanum nigrum (Black Nightshade) (See under Spasticity. G-4. S47 LYMPHEDEMA Gossypium herbaceum (Levant Cotton) Hydrastis canadensis (Goldenseal) Lycopodium clavatum (Club MOSS) Melissa officinalis (Lemon Balm) Pulsatilla pratensis (Pasque Flower) Rhus toxicodendron (Poison Ivy) Senecio bicolor (Dusty Miller) MENSTRUAL SYNDROME. . 468 G-13. 527 Eupatorium perfoliatum (Boneset) G-6. SWOLLEN Chimaphila umbellata (Pipsissewa) Oenanthe aquatica (Water Fennel) MEASLES 595 G-25. 668 (See under Gonorrhea) INFLUENZA. PAIN DUE TO (See under Pain. 453 Picrasma excelsa (Quassia) 622 Solidago virgaurea (European Golden Rod) . MANAGEMENT OF THE MANIFESTATIONS OF (See under Pain. VENEREAL G-22. . 453 Atropa belladonna (Belladonna) . G-11. . 311 Lycopodium clavatum (Club MOSS) MORNING SICKNESS 196 (See under Pruritus. . . actinic) LIVER AND GALLBLADDER COMPLAINTS (See under Hypothyroidism. . replacement or supplemental therapy in) . 101 Abelmoschus moschatus (Muskmallow) MYALGIA 533 Lactuca virosa (Lactucarium) LEUKORRHEA MENOPAUSE. muscular. 31 e . topical relief of) MYXEDEMA Erigeron canadensis (Canadian Fleabane) MENSTRUAL DISORDERS G-7. PRE-. . 69 Pulsatilla pratensis (Pasque Flower) MENINGITIS Pulsatilla pratensis (Pasque Flower) 572 MUSCLE SPASM 572 Vitex agnus-castus (Chaste Tree) LACTOSE INTOLERANCE G-8. symptomatic alleviation of) v . SUNBURN Scrophularia (Figwort) MASTITIS nodosa G-11. 796 Gossypium herbaceum (Levant Cotton) MUMPS G-ie. muscle. 144 (See under Hypothyroidism. 461 572 eoo 258 Cyclamen europaeum (Cyclamen) MIGRAINE HEADACHE 240 (See under Headache. SKIN Chelidonium majus (Celandine) G-8. inflammatory conditions) ITCHING. DRY G-IS. 355 196 G-ie.

common. . 492 (See under Pain. . . Prunus laurocerasus (Cherry Laurel) PILES 423 G-8. 8 Cinchona pubescens (Quinine) POLLINOSIS G-2O. LUMBAR G-3. 493 572 258 eso PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH ARTHRITIS. SYMPTOMATIC TREATMENT (See under Cramps. ANORECTAL Krameria triandra (Rhatany) . abdominal. topical relief of) PAIN. 803 PAIN. TOOTH (See under Hemorrhoids) PMS (See under Menstrual syndrome. neurogenic) OBESITY. symptomatic relief of) PAIN. 8 Cinchona pubescens (Quinine) G-20. . pre-. ISS Calotropis gigantea (Giant Milkweed) Calotropis procera (Calotropis) Fucus vesiculosus (Bladderwrack) OPHTHALMIA 338 141 ioe Aesculus hippocastanum (Horse Chestnut) G-14. JOINT (See under Pain.H O M E O P A T H I C I N D I C A T I O N S INDEX NEURALGIA PROSTATITIS / 1 . symptomatic relief of) PREMENSTRUAL SYNDROME 4* (See under Pain. MUSCULAR. pre-. topical relief of) PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH SPORTS INJURIES (See under Cold. 392 Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) NEURITIS.. UNSPECIFIED G-14. G-9. 179 -^ Armoracia rusticana (Horseradish) Cochlearia officinalis (Scurvy Grass) Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) Dryopteris filix-mas (Male Fern) Pulsatilla pratensis (Pasque Rower) Senecio bicolor (Dusty Miller) ORCHITIS Rhododendron ferrugineum (Rust-Red Rhododendron) G-14. management of) PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA. anorectal) PAIN. 679 726 G-17. 64i Allium cepa (Onion) G-19. G-3. anorectal) 726 PAIN. 386 Strychnos nux vomica (Nux Vomica) G-18. . 436 Rhus toxicodendron (Poison Ivy) eoo OPHTHALMIC DISORDERS Bellis perennis (Wild Daisy) PAIN. EXOGENOUS Amanita muscaria (Aga) Ricinus communis (Castor Oil Plant) PAIN. 547 Chondrodendron tomentosum (Pareira) PROSTATITIS 566 Chimaphila umbellata (Pipsissewa) 595 . . 403 Pimpinella anisum (Anise) . TOPICAL RELIEF OF G-25. 521 Amanita muscaria (Aga) G-3. UNSPECIFIED 6-3. 528 Paris quadrifolia (Herb Paris) G-14. . neurogenic) NEURALGIA. TRIGEMINAL Sedum acre (Common Stonecrop) PAIN. management of) POISONING. 8 G-7. . 557 Matricaria recutita (German Chamomile) . eso Spigelia anthelmia (Wormwood Grass) 83i Strychnos nux vomica (Nux Vomica) G-18. ANAL Ruta graveolens (Rue) PAIN. 202 Kalmia latifolia (Mountain Laurel) G-18. 792 G-21. 648 (See under Menstrual syndrome. NEUROGENIC G-26. TOPICAL Aconitum napellus (Monkshood) G-18. 711 G-17. TEMPORARY RELIEF OF Anamirta cocculus (Fish Berry) 312 Claviceps purpurea (Ergot) 280 Conium maculatum (Hemlock) G-13. 392 Ranunculus bulbosus (Bulbous Buttercup) 128 Rhododendron ferrugineum (Rust-Red Rhododendron) . 35 Pimpinella major (Pimpinella) G-19. . PERIPHERAL. BENIGN. ABDOMINAL Cheiranthus cheiri (Wallflower) PAIN. ALCOHOL Amanita muscaria (Aga) POISONING.. SI 1 Cephaelis ipecacuanha (Ipecac) .1 3 7 (See under Pain. G-12. 547 PERITONITIS Bryonia cretica (Red Bryony) . 626 Aralia racemosa (Spikenard) Justicia adhatoda (Malabar Nut) POSTNASAL DRIP G-23. 547 Veratrum album (White Hellebore) G-25. . 408 G-22. UNSPECIFIED (See under Pain. . 591 PAIN. . HEMORRHOIDAL PALPITATIONS 215 Paris quadrifolia (Herb Paris) PARALYSIS. 632 PERTUSSIS Corydalis cava (Corydalis) 226 Datura stramonium (Jimson Weed) G-15. 626 Coffea arabica (Coffee) . . 331 Strychnos nux vomica (Nux Vomica) G-18. ACUTE (See under Pain.

. 826 Viola odorata (Sweet Violet) G-24. G-24. 71 e Hedera helix (English Ivy) G-IO. 153 Rhododendron ferrugineum (Rust-Red Rhododendron) . 275 Juniperus sabina (Savin Tops) G-21. 359 G-6. G-8.811 Berberis vulgaris (Barberry) .. 169 Colchicum autumnale (Colchicum) G-9. 674 Polygonum aviculare (Knotweed) G-IS. G-12. . 327 Apium graveolens (Celery) . 27s Iris species (Orris) G-19. 287 Sinapis alba (White Mustard) G-25. 7»o RHEUMATIC DISORDERS. 547 Teucrium scorodonia (Wood Sage) G-26.0-26. 242 Euphorbia resinifera (Spurge) . 796 Phytolacca americana (Poke) G-20. 632 Chelidonium majus (Celandine) G-S. 632 Caulophyllum thalictroides (Blue Cohosh) . TOPICAL RELIEF OF PRURITUS. 766 Mercurialis annua (Mercury Herb) G-17. 327 Armoracia rusticana (Horseradish) G-i4. 547 Thuja occidentalis (Thuja) . .1 . 750 Viscum album (European Mistletoe) . 388 Euphorbia cyparissias (Cypress Spurge) G-S. . 661 (See under Skin. . . G-8. 100 Bryonia cretica (Red Bryony) . 511 Harpagophytum procumbens (Devil's Claw) 247 Hedera helix (English Ivy) G-IO. UNSPECIFIED G-7. 626 Corydalis cava (Corydalis) 226 Eupatorium cannabinum (Hemp Agrimony) G-13. 690 Galium aparine (Cleavers) 193 RENAL IMPAIRMENT Apocynum cannabinum (Indian-Hemp) 418 Solidago virgaurea (European Golden Rod) . .G-12. 88 Strychnos nux vomica (Nux Vomica) G-IS. 805 Solanum dulcamara (Bittersweet Nightshade) . 674 Pulsatilla pratensis (Pasque Flower) 572 Rhus toxicodendron (Poison Ivy) eoo Sambucus nigra (European Elder) G-11. .1 3 8 / P R U R I T U S . . . G-11. 492 Knautia arvensis (Field Scabious) G-11. 401 Matricaria recutita (German Chamomile) . . 157 G-13. eei Solanum dulcamara (Bittersweet Nightshade) . 52 Berberis vulgaris (Barberry) G-4. 289 RESPIRATORY TRACT DISORDERS Allium sativum (Garlic) . 759 Viola odorata (Sweet Violet) G-24. 331 Oenanthe aquatica (Water Fennel) G-25. . 674 600 G-21. . G-5. . 88 Strychnos nux vomica (Nux Vomica) G-IS. 172 Bellis perennis (Wild Daisy) . 291 SARCOPTES SCABIEI INFESTATIONS Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) SCABIES 726 (See under Sarcoptes scabiei infestations) N . 601 Rhamnus purshiana (Cascara Sagrada) G-7. . . io» Chelidonium majus (Celandine) . TOPICAL RELIEF OF PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Anacardium occidentale (Cashew) Centella asiatica (Gotu Kola) Fagopyrum esculentum (Buckwheat) Fumaria officinalis (Fumitory) Pinus species (Scotch Pine) Rhus toxicodendron (Poison Ivy) Smilax species (Sarsaparilla) RASH. 310 Lycopodium clavatum (Club MOSS) 196 Marrubium vulgare (Horehound) G-14. . . 226 Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) 726 Filipendula ulmaria (Meadowsweet) G-17. . G-20. . 408 Aspidosperma quebrachobianco (Quebracho) 623 Atropa belladonna (Belladonna) G-4.o-4> ei Bryonia cretica (Red Bryony) . 69 Brassica nigra (Black Mustard) G-5. . . 124 G-12. G-12. . 448 Pulsatilla pratensis (Pasque Flower) 572 Ranunculus bulbosus (Bulbous Buttercup) 128 Ranunculus sceleratus (Poisonous Buttercup) . 513 Panax ginseng (Ginseng) 346 Phytolacca americana (Poke) G-20. . . UNSPECIFIED Actaea spicata (Baneberry) eo Allium sativum (Garlic) .. G-5. . . 20* Corydalis cava (Corydalis) . . inflammatory conditions) RENAL CALCULI Asparagus officinalis (Asparagus) G-4. eso Rhus toxicodendron (Poison Ivy) eoo Ruta graveolens (Rue) G-21. . 169 Cinchona pubescens (Quinine) G-20. 322 G-22. 648 Smilax species (Sarsaparilla) G-21. . 602 Pinus species (Scotch Pine) G-22. 528 Linum catharticum (Mountain Flax) 526 Lycopersicon esculentum (Tomato) G-24. . 6i Capsella bursa-pastoris (Shepherd's Purse) G-22. sei Justicia adhatoda (Malabar Nut) G-17.G-11. 663 Kalmia latifolia (Mountain Laurel) G-IS. 602 Pinus species (Scotch Pine) G-22.

topical relief of) STIMULANT (See under Herpes zoster infections) SINU-BRONCHITIS G . . .803 0-11. 661 Taxus baccata (Yew) G-26. 559 G-8. TEMPORARY AID TO Lobelia inflata (Lobelia) . PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH 193 (See under Pain. 202 Eschscholtzia californica (California Poppy) G-7. . ies Galium aparine (Cleavers) SUNBURN. G-9. . 585 Strychnos ignatii (Ignatius Beans) SPASTICITY.27 G-8.1 3 9 Asimina triloba (American Pawpaw) SCARLET FEVER 27 (See under Scarlatina) SCROFULOSIS Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) SEBORRHEA 726 Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) SEDATION 726 (See under Sleep. . SYMPTOMATIC ALLEVIATION OF 4ie Claviceps purpurea (Ergot) SPLEEN. .HOMEOPATHIC INDICATIONS INDEX SCARLATINA T. induction of) SEPTICEMIA. topical relief of) SLEEP DISORDERS (See under T.7 . UNSPECIFIED Baptisia tinctoria (Wild Indigo) SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION G-26. .811 Berberis vulgaris (Barberry) . PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH (See under Digestive disorders. G-22. G-24.G-I 7. pallidum infections) T. 759 SKIN ULCERS SLEEP. 242 Fagopyrum esculentum (Buckwheat) G-6. 3 8 2 SKIN. G-26. . . . . 124 Lycoperdon species (Puff Ball) 618 Lycopodium clavatum (Club MOSS) 196 Mahonia aquifolium (Mountain Grape) G-IS. . 88 Vinca minor (Periwinkle) 584 Viola tricolor (Heartsease) .674 Solanum dulcamara (Bittersweet Nightshade)—0-5. G-14. . 479 SPASM. UPSET G-25. . . . MINOR. 573 Pulsatilla pratensis (Pasque Flower) 572 Strychnos nux vomica (Nux Vomica) G-18. PALLIDUM INFECTIONS / I . 427 Passiflora incarnata (Passion Flower) G-19. UNSPECIFIED G-19.. PALLIDUM INFECTIONS Avena sativa (Oats) G-18. 69 Bellis perennis ( W i l d Daisy) . 84i Thuja occidentalis (Thuja) . . 601 Raphanus sativus (Radish) . DRY.515 Euphorbia resinifera (Spurge) . . . G-8. 628 Rhus toxicodendron (Poison Ivy) eoo Smilax species (Sarsaparilla) G-21.297 G-17. IRRITATION. 668 Atropa belladonna (Belladonna) G-4. 140 Humulus lupulus (Hops) .. 359 Cinchona pubescens (Quinine) G-20. 716 Fumaria officinalis (Fumitory) G-12. . 746 G-19. . 61 Caltha palustris (Marsh Marigold) . . 322 Pinus species (Scotch Pine) . . SI 2 Origanum majorana (Sweet Marjoram) Origanum vulgare (Oregano) Vitex agnus-castus (Chaste Tree) G-24. G-16. . ... 157 Hydrastis canadensis (Goldenseal) SKIN DISORDERS c-13. . G-20. 172 Pulsatilla pratensis (Pasque Flower) 572 SHINGLES Mahonia aquifolium (Mountain Grape) Anacardium occidentale (Cashew) Ceanothus americanus (New Jersey Tea) SPRAINS. . 547 SMOKING CESSATION. 176 Euphorbia cyparissias (Cypress Spurge) G-9.503 Centella asiatica (Gotu Kola) : G-13. . 515 Anagallis arvensis (Scarlet Pimpernel) . G-20. . . 527 Marsdenia condurango (Condurango) 216 Primula veris (Cowslip) 231 Ranunculus bulbosus (Bulbous Buttercup) 128 Ranunculus sceleratus (Poisonous Buttercup) .. INFLAMMATORY CONDITIONS (See under Pain. 194 SKIN. 626 Daphne mezereum (Mezereon) G-17. INDUCTION OF Coffea arabica (Coffee) . . SMOOTH MUSCLE Petasites hybridus (Petasites) SPASMS.. 551 Stillingia sylvatica (Stillingia) . MUSCLE. G-4. G-8. symptomatic relief of) STOMATITIS Asimina triloba (American Pawpaw) Capsicum annuum (Cayenne) . TOPICAL RELIEF OF 541 G-18. FEMALE Clematis recta (Clematis) . DISORDERS OF 280 SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION. . . . 527 SKIN. . . topical relief of) SYPHILIS (See under Pain.. MOISTURIZATION OF Apium graveolens (Celery) . 729 .35s Cicuta virosa (European Water Hemlock) Daphne mezereum (Mezereon) Veratrum album (White Hellebore) STOMACH.G-22. 400 Ipomoea purga (Jalap) G-IS.

440 Juniperus sabina (Savin Tops) G-21. 821 196 699 G-21. varicose. 291 G-12. . 69 Ginkgo biloba (Ginkgo) . 690 G-16.. 443 Pulsatilla pratensis (Pasque Flower) 572 Rhus aromatica (Sweet Sumach) 748 Santalum album (Sandalwood) 659 Serenoa repens (Saw Palmetto) G-21. 8 3 3 . 66i Strychnos nux vomica (Nux Vomica) G-18. 663 Capsella bursa-pastoris (Shepherd's Purse) Gossypium herbaceum (Levant Cotton) Juniperus sabina (Savin Tops) Sanguisorba officinalis (Great Burnet) UTERINE PROLAPSE G-22. 663 G-13. . 194 (See under Veins. . 165 Chimaphila umbellata (Pipsissewa) 595 Chondrodendron tomentosum (Pareira) 566 Colchicum autumnale (Colchicum) G-9. .1-140/TEETHING TEETHING PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Matricaria recutita (German Chamomile) . 211 27 G-24. .11 Anagallis arvensis (Scarlet Pimpernel) Juniperus sabina (Savin Tops) G-22. 366 Anamirta cocculus (Fish Berry) Paris quadrifolia (Herb Paris) Strychnos nux vomica (Nux Vomica) Viscum album (European Mistletoe) VOMITING Aethusa cynapium (Fool's Parsley) Apocynum cannabinum (Indian-Hemp) Aquilegia vulgaris (Columbine) Asimina triloba (American Pawpaw) Nicotiana tabacum (TobaCCO) WARTS 312 G-14. 779 Capsicum annuum (Cayenne) G-8. 764 Nasturtium officinale (Watercress) 798 Petroselinum crispum (Parsley) G-19. 762 Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (Uva-Ursi) G-25. .453 TREPONEMA PALLIDUM (See under T. G-12.. 311 Lactuca virosa (Lactucarium) . 206 Delphinium staphisagria (Stavesacre) . 567 Piper cubeba (Cubeb) 235 Piper methysticum (Kava Kava) G-15. 331 VARICOSE VEINS (See under Bronchial asthma) WHOOPING COUGH (See under Pertussis) WOUND CARE. 561 Atropa belladonna (Belladonna) G-4. VARICOSE. 316 418 G-9. 663 WHEEZING. . SO Calendula officinalis (Marigold) G-17. ADJUNCTIVE THERAPY IN Aristolochia clematitis (Birthwort) G-5. 392 G-18. .726 Erigeron canadensis (Canadian Fleabane) G-7. 453 Myroxylon balsamum (Tolu Balsam) G-24. . 547 G-11. 385 Helleborus niger (Black Hellebore) G-S. . 266 Lactuca virosa (Lactucarium) . 144 Geum urbanum (Bennet's Root) G-4. 342 Scrophularia nodosa (Figwort) TRACHEITIS G-11. 97 Juniperus communis (Juniper) G-15. . 366 Aletris farinosa (Alteris) UTERINE SPASTICITY . 664 Smilax species (Sarsaparilla) G-21. 547 Viola tricolor (Heartsease) 382 UTERINE BLEEDING Hamamelis virginiana (Witch Hazel) Lycopodium clavatum (Club MOSS) Persicaria hydropiper (Smartweed) Ruta graveolens (Rue) Sanguisorba officinalis (Great Burnet) VERTIGO G-26. obliteration of) VEINS. . 648 G-13. 668 G-21. OBLITERATION OF Achillea millefolium (Yarrow) G-26. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Claviceps purpurea (Ergot) 280 Matricaria recutita (German Chamomile) . . 497 Clematis recta (Clematis) . . 71 Gratiola officinalis (Hedge-Hyssop) G-13. . pallidum infections) ULCERS. 468 G-21. . GASTRIC Inula helenium (Elecampane) URINARY TRACT DISORDERS G-IO. 331 Rheum palmatum (Chinese Rhubarb) G-8.G-12. G-8. G-12. ISS THYROID DYSFUNCTION Iris species (Orris) TONSILLITIS G-19. .

626 Tamarind {Tamarindus indica) (I) 753 Aloe {Aloe barbadensis. 391 Myrrh {Commiphora molmol) (C) . 74 Cayenne {Capsicum annuum) (I) . with the scientific name shown in parentheses. .. .G-18. .C) 487 Nux Vomica {Strychnos nux vomica) (I) G-18. UNSPECIFIED 464 Arjun Tree {Terminalia arjuna) (I) 39 Cassia {Cassia angustifolia) (J) 684 Chocolate Vine {Akebia quinata) (C) . S34 Red-Rooted Sage {Salvia miltiorrhiza) (C) 636 Safflower {Carthamus tinctorius) (C) . Aloe capensis. . .684 ANGINA {See under Angina pectoris) ANGINA PECTORIS {See under Menstrual disorders) Ginkgo {Ginkgo biloba) (C) . 202 Quinine {Cinchona pubescens) (C) G-20.. 189 Fennel {Foeniculum vulgare) (I) G-11. . 130 Chinese Cinnamon {Cinnamomum aromaticum) (C) 182 Chinese Rhubarb {Rheum palmatum) (C) . Under each heading. 110 Burning Bush {Dictamnus albus) (I) G-7. . 165 ALCOHOL INTOXICATION. SECONDARY Lemon-Wood {Schisandra sphenanthera) (C) ANEMIA. . . UNSPECIFIED Duckweed {Lemna minor) (C) . 0-8. . If an entry lists two page numbers.. . the index employs the same nomenclature found in the Indications Index of the PDR Companion Guide™. 391 Lycium Berries . G-22. 258 AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION DISORDERS {See under Bronchial asthma) ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE Betel Nut {Piper betle) (I) . G-3. ABORTION AMENORRHEA AMNESIA {See under Pregnancy. enabling you to quickly review the botanicals used in Asian medicine for a particular diagnosis. .0-14.0-12. .G-IO. muscular. be sure to check the appropriate underlying monograph. . the first refers to a photograph of the plant in the Herb Identification Guide. termination of) ACHES. symptomatic relief of) ACNE. MANAGEMENT OF Coffee {Coffea arabica) (I) . .547 Plumbago {Plumbago zeylanica) (C) t 599 Senna {Cassia senna) (I) . Aloe vera) (I) . a "C" denotes Chinese medical applications. . G-4.54 Bog Bean {Menyanthes trifoliata) (C) G-6. ie Astragalus {Astragalus species) (C) . . 185 Henna {Lawsonia inermis) (I) . . .. . . G-8. gastric. For more information on any of these botanicals. .1-141 Asian Indications Index Entries in this index are organized by specific indication. . the second to the herbal monograph. 652 Saffron {Crocus sativus) (C) G-21. 653 AMENORRHEA. For ease of comparison with prescription and over-the-counter medications.302 Henna {Lawsonia inermis) (I) . .. . (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine. 342 (I) denotes use in Indian medicine. temporary relief of) ACID INDIGESTION {See under Hyperacidity.{Lycium barbarum) (I. herbs are listed alphabetically by accepted common name. . An "I" in parentheses indicates Indian usage.0-14. . MUSCULAR {See under Pain. . . G-9.

. 82 esculentum) (I) G-24. MANAGEMENT OF {See under Arthritis. 500 Schisandra {Schisandra chinensis) (C) . management of the manifestations of) ANXIETY DISORDERS.. . 60 Betel Nut {Piper betle) (I) . 165 Clove {Syzygium aromaticum) (I) G-8. 103 Castor Oil Plant {Ricinus communis) (I) . 828 BITES. . POISONOUS Marijuana {Cannabis sativa) (I. . VAGINAL. . G-7. G-8. unspecified. . 369 BELL'S PALSY Guar Gum {Cyamopsis ' Castor Oil Plant tetragonoloba) (I) 376 {Ricinus communis) (C) .1-142/ANGINA PECTORIS PDR FOR H E R B A L M E D I C I N E S Red-Rooted Sage {Salvia miltiorrhiza) (C) ANOREXIA NERVOSA 636 Cayenne {Capsicum annuum) (I) . . . symptomatic relief of) BREAST CANCER G-11. management of) ARTHRITIS {See under Menopause. GINGIVAL Henbane {Hyoscyamus niger) (I) . Rheumatoid arthritis) ARTHRITIS. BRONCHIAL {Cassia fistula) (I) G-13. . breast) BRONCHIAL ASTHMA Arjun Tree {Terminalia arjuna) (I) 39 Asa Foetida {Ferula foetida) (I) 47 Bamboo {Arundinaria japonica) (C) G-4. . ASSOCIATED WITH PREGNANCY European Mistletoe {Viscum album) (C) {See under Furunculosis. 338 Ginger Lycium Berries {Zingiber officinale) (I) . 83 Costus {Saussurea Black Catnip costus) (C) 227 {Phyllanthus amarus) (I) 91 Fennel {Foeniculum Celandine vulgare) (I) G-11. . 158 Cayenne {Capsicum annuum) (I) . G-8.G-12. 707 APPETITE. G-26. (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine.G-14. . . 304 {Calotropis gigantea) (I) .G-17. 195 ASCITES Coriander {Coriandrum Bitter Apple sativum) (C) G-9.G-12.C) . 389 BLEEDING. . 86 Cayenne {Capsicum annuum) (I) . . 430 Star Anise Nux Vomica {Strychnos nux {Illicium verum) (I) G-23. . 766 Black Pepper {Piper nigrum) (I) G-6. 221 {Citrullus colocynthis) (I) . UNSPECIFIED Basil {Ocimum basilicum) (I) . G-12. 793 {Eleutherococcus BITE WOUNDS senticosus) (C) 693 Bistort Tomato {Lycopersicon {Persicaria bistorta) (C) . 725 vomica) (I) G-18. G-4. . . 366 Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) (C) G-22. 165 Garlic {Allium sativum) (I) . G-5. 74 (I) denotes use in Indian medicine. 339 {Lycium barbarum) (I) 487 Golden Shower Tree ASTHMA. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF {See under Carcinoma. . gingival) BLEEDING. . 327 {Atractylodes japonica) (C) . . 669 Soybean {Glycine soja) (C) G-22.547 BERIBERI Siberian Ginseng Walnut {Juglans regia) (C) G-25. G-5. 64 Bitter Orange {Citrus aurantium) (C) . POSTPARTUM Cane-Reed {Costus speciosa) (I) 146 BLEEDING. G-8. . . 652 Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosd) (C) G-5. 302 {Chelidonium majus) (C) . . . . 169 Fenugreek {Trigonella Giant Milkweed foenum-graecum) (I) G-11. . G-4. RHEUMATOID Calotropis {Calotropis procerd) (I) 141 Cane-Reed (Costus speciosa) (I) 146 Cotton {Gossypium hirsutum) (I) 228 Great Burnet {Sanguisorba officinalis) (C) G-13. 354 {See under Bronchial asthma) Green Tea {Camellia sinensis) (I) G-13. 92 Rauwolfia {Rauwolfia serpentina) (I) 63i Red Sandalwood {Pterocarpus santalinus) (I) . .. 327 Red-Rooted Sage {Salvia miltiorrhiza) (C) 636 Safflower {Carthamus tinctorius) (I) . 158 Japanese Atractylodes Garlic {Allium sativum) (I) . G-8. . G-5. 846 APPREHENSION {See under Anxiety disorders. breast) BREAST CARCINOMA {See under Carcinoma. 668 Wormseed Oil (Chenopodium ambrosioides) (C) G-26. 165 ANXIETY AND TENSION DUE TO MENOPAUSE Tropical Almond {Terminalia chebula) (I) 772 Zedoary {Curcuma zedoaria) (I) . . 291 BOILS. G-7. 635 BITTER TASTE Chinese Thoroughwax {Bupleurum Chinese) (C) BLEEDING ASSOCIATED WITH TOOTH EXTRACTION 187 {See under Bleeding. . STIMULATION OF {See under Rheumatoid arthritis) ARTHRITIS.

436 Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) (C) G-16. . . . 86 Ginger (Zingiber officinale) (C) . . . LUNG. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF O F / I . . symptomatic relief of) CARCINOMA. 101 Coconut Palm (Cocos nucifera) (I) G-9. STOMACH 54 Celandine (Chelidonium majus) (C) .. 465 Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) (I) G-16. 103 Cabbage (Brassica oleracea) (I) G-7. ACTINIC 39 Areca Nut (Areca catechu) (I) G-4. . . 547 Rose (Rosa centifolia) (I) 644 Walnut (Juglans regia) (C) G-25. 143 Costus (Saussurea costus) (I.1 4 3 Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) (I) . 134 Camphor Tree (Cinnamomum camphora) (I) G-7. adjunct in) CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS Arjun Tree (Terminalia arjuna) (I) CHEILITIS.ASIAN I N D I C A T I O N S I N D E X COLD.G-12. BREAST Arjun Tree (Terminalia arjuna) (I) . 201 Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera) (I) . symptomatic relief of) Bitter Orange (Citrus aurantium) (C) .. G-26.-. . 565 Plantain (Musa paradisiaca) (I) 597 Rose (Rosa centifolia) (I) 644 Saffron (Crocus sativus) (I) G-21.C) 227 Garden Cress (Lepidium sativum) (I) .G-8. . 327 Henna (Lawsonia inermis) (I) . . 38 CHEST PAIN. . 652 Sandalwood (Santalum album) (C) 659 Siam Benzoin (Styrax tonkinesis) (C) 692 Sumatra Benzoin (Styrax paralleloneurum) (C) 738 CHOLERA Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) (C) . 246 Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) (I) G-11. . G-18. 389 Indian Squill (Urginea indica) (I) 421 Jequirity (Abrus precatorius) (I) 435 Jimson Weed (Datura stramonium) (C) G-IS. . 545 CIRRHOSIS. 302 Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) (I) G-11. . 465 Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) (I) G-16. 391 Indian Nettle (Acalypha indica) (I) 419 Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) (I) 431 Jequirity (Abrus precatorius) (C) 435 Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) (I) G-16. G-26. . 488 Northern Prickly Ash (Zanthoxylum americanum) (I) 545 Nux Vomica (Strychnos nux vomica) (I) G-i8. 653 Zedoary (Curcuma zedoaria) (I) .G-12. ies Costus (Saussurea costus) (I. . 481 Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) (I) . G-14.73 Chinese Thoroughwax (Bupleurum Chinese) (C) 187 Croton Seeds (Croton tiglium) (C) 234 Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) (I) . .G-18. . 169 (See also under Influenza syndrome. 74 Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) (I) . .G-6.G-5. 101 Indian Squill (Urginea indica) (I) 421 Luffa (Luffa aegyptica) (C) G-ie. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Benzoin (Styrax benzoin) (C) . 846 BRONCHITIS. 3 9 Jasmine (Jasminum officinale) (C) . 304 (See under Renal calculi) CARBUNCLES Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) (I) .G-10. 483 Nux Vomica (Strychnos nux vomica) (I) . . COMMON. . 339 (I) denotes use in Indian medicine.C) 227 Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) (I) G-ie. . (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine. 39 Arrowroot (Maranta arundinacea) (I) 43 Betel Nut (Piper betle) (I) . . . ACUTE 58 (See under Bronchial asthma) CALCINOSIS Arjun Tree (Terminalia arjuna) (I) . CHRONIC CARDIAC FAILURE (See under Congestive heart failure. 342 Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) (I. . . 469 Luffa (Luffa aegyptica) (I) G-16. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Reed Herb (Phragmites communis) (C) . G-8.C) G-14. 639 CARCINOMA. 101 Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) (I) G-6. c-4. G-6. LIVER (See under Furunculosis. 369 Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) (I) . . COMMON. . 793 Zedoary (Curcuma zedoaria) (I) . . 432 COLD. . . SMALL CELL Astragalus (Astragalus species) (C) CARCINOMA. . .G-13. 547 Oak Gall (Quercus infectoria) (I) 550 Papaya (Carica papaya) (I) G-19. G-6. REVERSIBLE Balloon-Flower (Platycodon grandiflorum) (C) BRONCHITIS. 483 BRONCHOSPASM. 846 BRONCHIAL CONGESTION Garlic (Allium sativum) (I) G-12.G-15. 326 Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) (C) G-12. ..

Aloe capensis. 793 COLITIS Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) (I) COLONOPATHY G-11. 60 Beet (Beta vulgaris) (I) G-4. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Chinese Rhubarb (Rheum palmatum) (C) . prevention of) CONVULSIVE EPISODES. 185 CONTRACEPTION Aloe (Aloe barbadensis. 547 Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) (I) 575 Pineapple (Ananas comosus) (I) 593 Psyllium (Plantago ovata) (I) . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Aloe {Aloe barbadensis. 304 G-21. Aloe capensis. 716 Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) (I) 753 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) (I) 775 Walnut (Juglans regia) (C) G-25. CONTROL OF Chocolate Vine (Akebia quinata) (C) 189 Croton Seeds (Croton tiglium) (I) 234 Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) (C) . 201 Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) (I) .G-9. G-7. 38 Asa Foetida (Ferula foetida) (I) 47 Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) (C) G-4. (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine. . 245 Northern Prickly Ash (Zanthoxylum americanum) (I) 545 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) (I) 775 Walnut (Juglans regia) (I) G-25.1 . . 302 Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) (I) G-11. . . 372 (I) denotes use in Indian medicine. . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Red Sandalwood (Pterocarpus santalinus) (I) . G-S. . . G-8. 635 COLIC. 52 Bamboo (Arundinaria japonica) (C) G-4. . G-7. . . HYPERTONIC SPHINCTER (See under Cold. G-22. ISS (See under Pregnancy. . .G-14. ADJUNCT IN (See also under Edema. 101 Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) (I) G-6. . G-3. G-19. 389 Pellitory (Anacyclus Pyrethrum) (I) . 734 COUGH. 577 Anemarrhena (Anemarrhena asphodeloides) (C) 31 Arrowroot (Maranta arundinacea) (I) 43 Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) (C) G-4. 327 Golden Shower Tree (Cassia fistula) (I) G-13. . 67 Betel Nut (Piper betle) (I) . . CHRONIC Poppyseed (Papaver somniferum) (C) Storax (Liquidambar orientalis) (I) G-20. 640 Senna (Cassia senna) (I) . 221 Costus (Saussurea costus) (I. 0-3. .C) . Aloe vera) (I) . . Aloe vera) (I) . 609 G-23. 354 Guar Gum (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) (I) 376 Indian Nettle (Acalypha indica) (I) 419 Kamala (Mallotus philippinensis) (I) 442 Morning Glory (Ipomoea hederacea) (I. 559 Perilla (Perilla fructescens) (C) 583 COLIC. . .G-12. . . . 16 Areca Nut (Areca catechu) (I) G-4. .1 4 4 / C O L D . UNSPECIFIED 54 Catechu (Acacia catechu) (I) . common. . G-6. . 684 Spurge (Euphorbia resinifera) (I) . 52 Cassia (Cassia angustifolia) (I) 684 Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) (C) . 86 Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) (I) . COMMON. 643 Rice (Oryza sativa) (I) CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE.G-14. . SYMPTOMATIC R E L I E F O F PDR FOR H E R B A L M E D I C I N E S CORYZA.G-12. 313 Giant Milkweed (Calotropis gigantea) (I) 338 Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea) (C) . . adjunctive therapy in) Astragalus (Astragalus species) (C) CONJUNCTIVITIS. 16 Clove (Syzygium aromaticum) (I) G-8. 612 Purple Gromwell (Lithospermum erytrorhizon) (C) 619 Rehmannia (Rehmannia glutinosa) (C) . .C) 227 Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) (I) 228 Cotton Tree (Cochlospermum gossypium) (I) 229 Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) (I) G-H. 103 Cabbage (Brassica oleracea) (I) . BILIARY. 304 Flax (Linum usitatissimum) (I) . ACUTE Oregano (Origanum vulgare) (C) .. .523 Nux Vomica (Strychnos nux vomica) (I) G-18. . . G-4. . 163 Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) (C) . . 394 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) (I) 775 CONSTIPATION Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) (I) 228 Croton Seeds (Croton tiglium) (I. 799 CONSTIPATION. 793 Wheat (Triticum aestivum) (I) . . ..C) 234 Garlic (Allium sativum) (I) . 195 Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) (I) G-9. . symptomatic relief of) COUGH. . .. 74 Bitter Orange (Citrus aurantium) (C) . 134 Cane-Reed (Costus speciosa) (I) 146 Chocolate Vine (Akebia quinata) (C) 189 Coconut Palm (Cocos nucifera) (I) G-9.

483 Lycium Bark DELIRIUM (Lycium chinense) (C) 486 Chinese Rhubarb Lycium Berries (Rheum palmatum) (C) . CHRONIC Perilla Pomegranate (Perilla fructescens) (C) 583 (Punica granatum) (C) . . 237 Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) (C) G-11. 369 Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) (C) . 500 Nepalese Cardamom (Amomum aromaticum) (C) . . 669 Schisandra Tropical Almond (Schisandra chinensis) (C) 669 (Terminalia chebula) (C) 772 White Mustard DIARRHEA. G-8. 609 (Papaver somniferum) (I) G-20.80s Acacia (Acacia arabica) (I) 3 Wild Thyme Areca Nut (Thymus serpyllum) (C) . . .G-17. G-8. G-20. . 469 (Centella asiatica) (I) .C) G-13. . 391 Japanese Atractylodes (Atractylodes japonica) (C) .G-20. . 181 Chinese Cinnamon (Cinnamomum aromaticum) (I. 436 DEHYDRATION.1 4 5 Henna (Lawsonia DEAFNESS Chinese Thoroughwax inermis) (I) G-14. G-13.G-20. 185 (Lycium barbarum) (C) 487 DERMATITIS.8 . . . . . .C) . G-18.G-14. . . 628 Schisandra Rose (Rosa centifolia) (I) 644 (Schisandra chinensis) (C) . . 643 stramonium) (C) G-15. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF (Sinapis alba) (C) 0-25. . . 103 CYSTITIS Carambola Cotton (Averrhoa carambola) (I) 148 I (Gossypium hirsutum) (I) . 185 Coffee (Coffea arabica) (I) . 545 Oak Gall (Quercus infectoria) (I) 550 Pomegranate (Punica granatum) (I) .C) G-17. G-9. . 359 Luff a (Luffa aegyptica) (C) G-16. 169 Marijuana (Cannabis DERMATOSES. WHOOPING Arrowroot (See under Pertussis) (Maranta arundinacea) (I) 43 Bael (Aegle marmelos) (I) 58 CROUP Black Catnip Indian Nettle (Phyllanthus amarus) (I) 91 (Acalypha indica) (I) 419 Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) (C) G-6. 612 Radish Salep (Orchis species) (I) 657 (Raphanus sativus) (C) .C) 182 Chinese Rhubarb (Rheum palmatum) (C) . ies Chicory (Cichorium intybus) (I) G . inflammatory (Zanthoxylum conditions) americanum) (I) 545 DIABETES MELLITUS Oak Gall (See under Hyperglycemia. 359 Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) (I. . 488 (Chelidonium majus) (C) . 609 Psyllium (Plantago ovata) (I) . 612 Psyllium (Plantago ovata) (I) . 391 (Bupleurum Chinese) (C) 187 Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) (I) 431 DEBILITY Jequirity Japanese Mint (Mentha (Abrus precatorius) (I) 435 arvensis piperascens) (I) 431 Jimson Weed (Datura Rice (Oryza sativa) (C) . G-13. 431 Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) (I) . 565 DIARRHEA. 430 Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) (I. . 228 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) (I) . . . . . 628 (I) denotes use in Indian medicine. G-26. . 605 Poppyseed (Papaver somniferum) (C) G-20. G-21. 609 Radish (Raphanus sativus) (C) G-20. CORTICOSTEROIDsativa) (I. . 605 Poppyseed Poppyseed (Papaver somniferum) (I) . .G-16. (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine.. 500 RESPONSIVE Northern Prickly Ash (See under Skin. 389 Henna (Lawsonia inermis) (I) . . .ASIAN INDICATIONS INDEX DIARRHEA. . . 540 Northern Prickly Ash (Zanthoxylum americanum) (I) 545 Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) (C) .. . .0-16. . 48i Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) (I. G-8. adjunct to diet) Papaya (Carica papaya) (I) G-19.G-20. UNSPECIFIED Ma-Huang Celandine (Ephedra sinica) (C) G-16.C) 305 Flax (Linum usitatissimum) (I) G-12. (Quercus infectoria) (I) 550 control of.C) . 302 Fever Bark (Alstonia constricta) (I. 38 COUGH. TREATMENT OF Lemon-Wood (Schisandra Anemarrhena (Anemarrhena sphenanthera) (C) 464 asphodeloides) (C) 31 Licorice Gotu Kola (Glycyrrhiza glabra) (C) . SIS (Areca catechu) (C) G-4. . 202 Cotton Tree (Cochlospermum gossypium) (I) 229 Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) (I) . . . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF O F / I . G-9. G-14. 313 Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) (C) . . G-8.

. 372 Henbane {Hyoscyamus niger) (C) . . 559 Oriental Arborvitae {Thuja orientalis) (C) 560 Picrorhiza {Picrorhiza kurroa) (C) 589 Pomegranate {Punica granatum) (I. . 391 Jasmine {Jasminum officinale) (I) . G-14. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Areca Nut {Areca catechu) (C) G-4. . . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Henbane {Hyoscyamus niger) (I) . SIS DIGESTIVE DISORDERS. . . SO Black Nightshade {Solanum nigrum) (I) G-6. 310 Gotu Kola {Centella asiatica) (C) G-13. . . G-7. .G-14.C) . . 699 Sumbul {Ferula sumbul) (I) G-23. . 221 Croton Seeds {Croton tiglium) (I) 234 Ginger {Zingiber officinale) (I) .C) 550 Oregano {Origanum vulgare) (C) .C) . . 725 Tomato {Lycopersicon esculentum) (I) G-24. G-19. 138 Castor Oil Plant {Ricinus communis) (I) . idiopathic) DYSENTERY 575 Arjun Tree {Terminalia arjuna) (I) . . . G-9. . . . 103 Calamus {Acorus calamus) (I. 612 Smartweed {Persicaria hydropiper) (C) . G-14. . 539 Nepalese Cardamom {Amomum aromaticum) (C) . . symptomatic relief of) (I) denotes use in Indian medicine. 682 Smartweed {Persicaria hydropiper) (C) . . 302 Figs {Ficus carica) (C) . . 158 Cayenne {Capsicum annuum) (I) . . . 643 Smartweed {Persicaria hydropiper) (C) . . 545 Oak Gall {Quercus infectoria) (I) 550 Onion {Allium cepa) (I) . 346 Guar Gum {Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) (I) 376 Indian Squill {Urginea indica) (I) 421 Jambolan {Syzygium cumini) (I) 429 Japanese Mint {Mentha arvensis piperascens) (I. . 389 Henna {Lawsonia inermis) (I) .1 4 6 / D I A R R H E A . 101 Black Pepper {Piper nigrum) (I) G-6. . (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine. . 699 Star Anise {Illicium verum) (I) G-23. . 432 Sumbul {Ferula sumbul) (I) G-23. . . . 165 Chicory {Cichorium intybus) (I) G-8. . 431 Lemon {Citrus limon) (I) 460 Morning Glory {Ipomoea hederacea) (I.1 .C) . G-4. . UNSPECIFIED. 389 Henna {Lawsonia inermis) (I) . G-11. . 38 Arrowroot {Maranta arundinacea) (I) 43 Bael {Aegle marmelos) (I) 58 Betel Nut {Piper betle) (I) .C) G-20. .523 Neem {Antelaea azadirachta) (I) G-IS. . . .C) . 609 Psyllium {Plantago ovata) (I) .G-26. G-S.G-IS..G-IS.G-14. 3 9 Arrowroot {Maranta arundinacea) (I) 43 Black Catnip {Phyllanthus amarus) (I) 91 Black Pepper {Piper nigrum) (I) G-e. 635 Rice {Oryza sativa) (I. 339 Ginseng {Panax ginseng) (C) . 772 Walnut {Juglans regia) (I) .0-11. .G-19. 448 Oak Gall {Quercus infectoria) (I. 366 Ground Ivy {Glechoma hederacea) (C) . 359 Great Burnet {Sanguisorba officinalis) (C) G-13. 557 Pineapple {Ananas comosus) (I) 593 Radish {Raphanus sativus) (I) . 432 Knotweed {Polygonum aviculare) (C) G-15. 699 Star Anise {Illicium verum) (I) G-23. G-7. . . ..C) .C) 182 Coriander {Coriandrum sativum) (C) G-9. 766 Turmeric {Curcuma domestica) (I. . 103 Coriander {Coriandrum sativum) (I) . . G-20. 221 Cotton {Gossypium hirsutum) (I) 228 Cotton Tree {Cochlospermum gossypium) (I) 229 Fennel {Foeniculum vulgare) (I) . ..C) . . 725 Tree of Heaven {Ailanthus altissima) (C) 770 Tropical Almond {Terminalia chebula) (C) . 738 Tree of Heaven {Ailanthus altissima) (C) 770 Wild Thyme {Thymus serpyllum) (C) . . G-12. 738 Tree of Heaven {Ailanthus altissima) (C) 770 DYSPEPSIA {See under Digestive disorders. . 793 DYSMENORRHEA. 540 Northern Prickly Ash {Zanthoxylum americanum) (I) 545 Nutmeg {Myristica fragrans) (C) . . G-20. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF O F PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S Red Sandalwood (Pterocarpus santalinus) (I) .. 391 Jasmine {Jasminum officinale) (C) G-15. ISI Chinese Cinnamon {Cinnamomum aromaticum) (I. 74 Birthwort {Aristolochia clematitis) (C) G-5.G-25. . 775 DISLOCATED JOINTS Peanut {Arachis hypogaea) (I) DROPSY {See under Edema. . 605 Poppyseed {Papaver somniferum) (I. G-21. 628 Senburi {Swertia japonic a) (C) .

. . 612 Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) (I) . symptomatic relief of) FATIGUE. 141 Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) (I) 228 Duckweed ^ (Lemna minor) (C) G-10. 64 Behen (Moringa oleifera) (I) . . 201 Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) (I) . 788 ENTERITIS Betel Nut {Piper betle) (I) . G-4. 436 Lemon-Wood (Schisandra sphenanthera) (C) 464 Schisandra (Schisandra chinensis) (C) .G-13. 339 Jimson Weed (Datura stramonium) (C) G-15. . 38 Celandine • (Chelidonium majus) (C) . . 101 Duckweed {Lemna minor) (C) G-IO. G-13. o-s. . REDUCTION O F / I . G-e. . 185 Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) (I) . . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) (I) . . . REDUCTION OF Alisma (Alisma plantagoaquatica) (C) G-3. ... SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) (I) . 545 Siberian Ginseng {Eleutherococcus senticosus) (C) 693 Walnut {Juglans regia) (C) G-25. . 258 Indian Squill (Urginea indica) (I) 421 Japanese Atractylodes (Atractylodes japonica) (C) . 169 Croton Seeds (Croton tiglium) (C) 234 Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) (C) G-ie. . 430 Lotus {Nelumbo nucifera) (I) G-ie. 74 Fenugreek {Trigonella foenum-graecum) (C) . 391 Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) (I) 429 Plantain (Musa paradisiaca) (I) 597 Psyllium (Plantago ovata) (I) . 362 Henna (Lawsonia inermis) (I) . 669 Southern Tsangshu (Atractylodes lanced) (C) 706 ENURESIS Schisandra (Schisandra chinensis) (C) . G-8.0-5. . G-9. . . 430 Morning Glory (Ipomoea hederacea) (C) 523 Southern Tsangshu (Atractylodes lanced) (C) 706 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) (C) .1 4 7 Bog Bean (Menyanth. 612 EXHAUSTION Figs (Ficus carica) (C) . . . 110 Ginger (Zingiber officinale) (C) G-12.es trifoliata) (C) G-6. . . 488 Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) (C) . . . . 653 DYSURIA. . . G-4. . 734 ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION Lycium Berries {Lycium barbarum) (C) EYES.ASIAN INDICATIONS INDEX DYSPNEA FEVER. 48i EYE SIGHT IMPAIRMENT (See under Skin. 304 Nutmeg {Myristica fragrans) (I) . inflammatory conditions) EDEMA. . . 258 Grape (Vitis vinifera) (I) . . . G-11. . 51 Anemarrhena (Anemarrhena asphodeloides) (C) 31 Basil (Ocimum basilicum) (I) .G-25. 82 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) (I) . 372 Psyllium {Plantago ovata) (I) .G-II. 359 Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi) (I) 433 Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza kurroa) (C) 589 Storax (Liquidambar orientalis) (C) G-23. 793 ERYSIPELAS Black Nightshade {Solanum nigrum) (C) . . 310 Schisandra (Schisandra chinensis) (C) . 165 Chinese Rhubarb (Rheum palmatum) (C) . 258 Ground Ivy {Glechoma hederacea) (C) . IDIOPATHIC Asa Foetida (Ferula foetida) (I) 47 Bistort (Persicaria bistorta) (C) . . . . 258 Gotu Kola (Centella * asiatica) (I) G-13. . 101 Coconut Palm (Cocos nucifera) (I) G-9. . . . 13 Asiatic Dogwood (Cornus officinalis) (C) . .G-8. 110 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) (I) G-8. . sea Salep (Orchis species) (I) 557 Schisandra (Schisandra chinensis) (C) 669 FEVER. ADJUNCTIVE THERAPY IN Areca Nut (Areca catechu) (C) G-4. 63i ECZEMA.G-IS. G-9. . . 669 DYSTOCIA Saffron (Crocus sativus) (C) G-21. . 67 Bistort (Persicaria bistorta) (C) . G-14. (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine. . 669 EPILEPSY Arjun Tree {Terminalia arjuna) (I) 39 Chinese Cinnamon {Cinnamomum aromaticum) (C) 182 Japanese Atractylodes {Atractylodes japonica) (C) .. G-6. . 221 Duckweed (Lemna minor) (C) G-10. . G-22. . UNSPECIFIED Bog Bean (Menyanthes trifoliata) (C) G-e. . WATERY 487 {See under Lacrimation. 221 Duckweed (Lemna minor) (C) G-10. . 82 Black Catnip (Phyllanthus amarus) (I) 91 (I) denotes use in Indian medicine. 668 EDEMA.

130 Calotropis {Calotropis procera) (I) 141 Cane-Reed 146 {Costus speciosa) (I) Carambola 148 (Averrhoa carambola) (I) . 354 Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) (I) . 372 Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) (C) . 815 FLU SYMPTOMS (See under Influenza syndrome. . . 369 Henna (Lawsonia inermis) (I) . 103 Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) (C) G-7. Cassia 684 (Cassia angustifolia) (I) . . 110 Burdock (Arctium lappa) (C) G-7. 465 Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) (I) G-ie. .G-14. . G-7. .1 . REDUCTION OF PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S Black Pepper {Piper nigrum) (I) G-6. . .G-25. RELIEF OF Northern Prickly Ash (Zanthoxylum americanum) (I) 545 Radish (Raphanus sativus) (I) . 483 Lycium Bark (Lycium chinense) (C) 486 Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) (C) G-16. . 788 White Nettle (Lamium album) (C) G-25. 391 Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) (I) 429 Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) (I) G-ie.G-26. ies Chinese Thoroughwax (Bupleurum Chinese) (C) 187 Coffee (Coffea arabica) (I) . G-26. 640 Rose (Rosa centifolia) (I) 644 Saffron (Crocus sativus) (I) G-21. 101 Bog Bean (Menyanthes trifoliata) (C) G-6. . 806 (I) denotes use in Indian medicine. 799 Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum) (C) . 626 Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) (I) 631 Red Sandalwood (Pterocarpus santalinus) (I) .539 Northern Prickly Ash (Zanthoxylum americanum) (I) 545 Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) (I) . . 327 Golden Shower Tree (Cassia fistula) (I) G-13. G-6. . .C) G-20. 547 Oak Gall (Quercus infectoria) (I) 550 Oregano (Origanum vulgare) (C) . . . (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine. G-6. 245 Golden Shower Tree (Cassia fistula) (I) . . 465 Morning Glory (Ipomoea hederacea) (I) 523 Bistort (Persicaria bistorta) (C) . Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) (I) . . 394 Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) (C) . G-5. . 488 Neem (Antelaea azadirachta) (I) 6-18. 202 Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) (I) 228 Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) (I) G-11. . G-18. 469 Myrrh (Commiphora molmol) (C) G-18. 177 Croton Seeds (Croton tiglium) (C) 23* Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea) (C) . 725 Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) (I) G-24.G-13. 82 Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) (C) . 653 Sandalwood (Santalum album) (I) 659 Storax (Liquidambar orientalis) (I) G-23. 354 Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi) (I) 433 Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) (I) G-16. 628 Star Anise (Illicium verum) (I) G-23. . . 559 Perilla (Perilla fructescens) (C) 583 Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza kurroa) (C) 589 Pineapple (Ananas comosus) (I) 593 Quinine (Cinchona pubescens) (I. 195 Costus (Saussurea costus) (C) 227 Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) (I) G-9.G-16. . . .1 4 8 / F E V E R . 177 Clove (Syzygium aromaticum) (I) G-8. 534 Plumbago (Plumbago zeylanica) (C) 599 Red-Rooted Sage (Salvia miltiorrhiza) (C) 636 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) (C) .. HO Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) (C) G-7. . G-9. G-19. 103 Bog Bean (Menyanthes trifoliata) (C) G-6. 635 Rehmannia (Rehmannia glutinosa) (C) . . . 846 FLATULENCE. 149 Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus species) (I) . 481 Luffa (Luffa aegyptica) (I) .G-ie. 734 Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) (I) 753 Zedoary (Curcuma zedoaria) (I) . . 304 Garlic (Allium sativum) (I) G-12. G-13. symptomatic relief of) FURUNCULOSIS Asa Foetida (Ferula foetida) (I) 47 Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) (I) . 545 Nux Vomica (Strychnos nux vomica) (C) G-IS. . :G-20. 101 Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) (I) G-6.G-14. 766 Tropical Almond (Terminalia chebula) (I) 772 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) (I) 775 Wheat (Triticum aestivum) (I) . 158 Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus species) (C) . . 128 Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) (C) . G-8.

. 469 Northern Prickly Ash (Zanthoxylum americanum) (I) 545 Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) (I) .1 4 9 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) (I) GASTRITIS 141 Basil {Ocimum basilicum) (C) . . C ) 227 Cotton {Gossypium hirsutum) (I) 22s Cowhage {Mucuna pruriens) (I) 230 Flax {Linum usitatissimum) (I) G-12. G-8. . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF HEART FAILURE / I . . . . 640 HEART FAILURE Acacia {Acacia arabicd) (I) . . smooth muscle) GENITOURINARY TRACT. 103 Psyllium {Plantago ovata) (I) . 362 Henna (Lawsonia inermis) (I) G-14.G-3. 149 Clove {Syzygium aromaticum) (I) G-s.431 Jasmine (Jasminum officinale) (I) G-15.ASIAN INDICATIONS INDEX FURUNCULOSIS. 628 Red Sandalwood (Pterocarpus santalinus) (I) . 190 Dill (Anethum graveolens) (I) G-10. VASCULAR {See under Spasm.G-IO. 252 HANSEN'S DISEASE Lycium Berries (Lycium barbarum) (C) 487.. 545 Perilla (Perilla fructescens) (C) 583 Radish (Raphanus sativus) (I) . 157 560 Coffee (Coffea arabicd) (I) . TENSION (See under Pain. . . 64 Tropical Almond {Terminalia chebula) (I) 772 GONORRHEA HEADACHE Black Pepper {Piper nigrum) (C) G-6. IMPAIRMENT HALITOSIS. eos Poppyseed {Papaver somniferum) (C) G-20... . G-8. G-4. adjunct in) (I) denotes use in Indian medicine. 110 Cabbage {Brassica oleracea) (I) G-7. 391 Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) (I. . G-13. . MANAGEMENT OF SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS Date Palm {Phoenix dactylifera) (I) G-IO. HEADACHE. 246 Grape (Vitis vinifera) (I) . . . 448 Oak Gall {Quercus infectoria) (I) 550 Psyllium {Plantago ovata) (I) . 362 Knotweed {Polygonum aviculare) (C) G-15. . 772 Turmeric {Curcuma domestica) (C) 775 GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT. . . (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine. . . G-20. SMOOTH MUSCLE SPASM Bog Bean {Menyanthes trifoliata) (C) G-6. 612 Tropical Almond {Terminalia chebula) (I) 772 GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS Black Catnip {Phyllanthus amarus) (I) 91 Bog Bean {Menyanthes trifoliata) (C) G-6. .G-20. 46S Oak Gall {Quercus infectoria) (I) 550 Pomegranate {Punica granatum) (I) .C) . 653 HEADACHE.G-13. migraine) HEARING. . 202 Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) (I. 110 Cabbage {Brassica oleracea) (I) G-7. MIGRAINE Cashew {Anacardium occidentale) (I) Oriental Arborvitae {Thuja orientalis) (C) HALITOSIS G-7.612 Sandalwood {Santalum album) (I) 659 GOUT. 165 Dandelion {Taraxacum officinale) (I) G-9. unspecified) .C) . ADJUNCTIVE THERAPY IN {See under Spasm. 432 Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi) (I) 433 Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) (I) G-ie. 245 Golden Shower Tree {Cassia fistula) (I) G-13. . 134 Calotropis {Calotropis procera) (I) 141 Cayenne {Capsicum annuum) (I) . 6 Bog Bean (Menyanthes trifoliata) (C) G-6. > G-8. 246 Jatamansi {Nardostachys jatamansi) (I) 433 Lemongrass {Cymbopogon citratus) (I) G-ie. .G-13. . . . . .609 Southern Tsangshu {Atractylodes lancea) (C) 706 Tropical Almond {Terminalia chebula) (I. smooth muscle) GINGIVITIS Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) (I) . G-9. 110 Chicory (Cichorium intybus) (I) G-8.3 (See under Leprosy) (See under Congestive heart failure. . 181 Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) (I) 228 Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera) (I) . 134 Cardamom {Elettaria cardamomum) (C) G-7. 313 Grape {Vitis vinifera) (I) . 635 Saffron (Crocus sativus) (I) G-21. 195 (See under Headache. 354 Psyllium {Plantago ovata) (I) . . SMOOTH MUSCLE SPASM Clove (Syzygium aromaticum) (I) .G-IS.C) . 195 Costus {Saussurea COStUS) ( I . . Rehmannia (Rehmannia glutinosa) (C) . 612 HAIR LOSS Adrue (Cyperus articulatus) (C) . . 369 HEADACHE.

G-16. . . G-14. G-3.C) 234 Luffa (Luffa aegyptica) (I) G-16. 103 Cabbage (Brassica oleracea) (I) . 481 nucifera) (I) (Ananas comosus) (I) 593 Morning Glory Turmeric ? / (Ipomoea hederacea) (I. 6 Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) (I) . 550 Oleander (Nerium oleander) (I) . 366 Plantain Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) (I) . . . G-4. . 16 Asa Foetida (Ferula foetida) (C) 47 Calamus HEMATURIA (Acorus calamus) (I) G-7. .. 64 HEPATITIS. ' . . . G-19. Aloe capensis. . 448 (Quercus infectoria) (I) . 52 Ginseng (Panax ginseng) (C) . .. adjunct in) HEARTBURN (See under Hyperacidity. 612 Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) (I) 753 Tropical Almond (Terminalia chebula) (I) 772 HEMOSTASIS. G-4.C) G-9. 221 Garden Cress (Lepidium sativum) (I) G-12. G-19. 101 Jasmine (Jasminum officinale) (C) G-15. symptomatic relief of) HEAT STROKE Sandalwood (Santalum album) (I) Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) (C) HELMINTHIASIS Plumbago (Plumbago zeylanica) (C) . 465 (Thuja orientalis) (C) . sea officinalis) (C) G-13.C) . Aloe vera) (I) . . 565 Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza kurroa) (C) 589 Psyllium (Plantago ovata) (I) . AN AID IN Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) (C) . . . 359 Papaya Great Burnet (Sanguisorba (Carica papaya) (I) .G-19. .CMS. CONGESTIVE PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES (See under Congestive heart failure. . 366 Knotweed (Polygonum Oak Gall aviculare) (C) -h . NASAL Northern Prickly Ash Coriander (Zanthoxylum (Coriandrum sativum) (I) . 483 Dill Oriental Arborvitae (Anethum graveolens) (I) G-10. . . 550 Lemongrass (Cymbopogon Oriental Arborvitae citratus) (I) .1 5 0 / H E A R T FAILURE. 432 (I) denotes use in Indian medicine.557 asiatica) (C) G-13. . . 635 Acacia (Acacia arabicd) (I) 3 Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) (I) G-6. . . 555 Papaya (Carica papaya) (I) G-19.775 Neem (Antelaea azadirachta) (I) 0-18. . . . . . . . . .C) . G-7. G-20. . gastric.G-9. . . . G-14. 10 Arjun Tree (Terminalia arjuna) (I) 39 Basil (Ocimum basilicum) (C) . 134 Carambola (Averrhoa carambola) (I) 148 Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) (I. . .560 Lotus (Nelumbo Pineapple . . . .G-3. . 10 Aloe (Aloe barbadensis. . G-3.1 . . . . . . (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine. CHRONIC Areca Nut (Areca catechu) (C) . 389 Lycium Bark (Lycium chinense) (C) 486 Pineapple (Ananas comosus) (I) 593 Red Sandalwood (Pterocarpus santalinus) (I) . 640 Turmeric {Curcuma domestica) (C) 775 HEMORRHOIDS Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) (C) . 326 Grape (Vitis vinifera) (I) .G-3. CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE. 38 HEPATITIS. . G-ie. . 599 Pomegranate (Punica granatum) (C) . . 221 americanum) (I) 545 Gotu Kola (Centella Onion (Allium cepd) (C) . . . G-6. . . . 346 Kamala (Mallotus Great Burnet (Sanguisorba philippinensis) (I) 442 officinalis) (C) G-13.539 HEMORRHAGE. . 252 (Thuja orientalis) (C) 560 Giant Milkweed (Calotropis gigantea) (I) 338 HEMOPTYSIS Indian Squill (Urginea Asparagus (Asparagus indica) (I) 421 officinalis) (C) G-4. . 605 Tropical Almond (Terminalia chebula) (I) 772 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) (I) 775 Walnut (Juglans regia) (I) G-25. »23 (Curcuma domestica) (C) . . 1 . i38 Chocolate Vine Calotropis (Akebia quinata) (C) 189 (Calotropis procera) (I) 141 Cleavers Croton Seeds (Galium aparine) (C) 193 (Croton tiglium) (I. G-13. . . UNSPECIFIED Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) (C) . 362 Lycium Berries (Lycium barbarum) (I) 487 Oak Gall (Quercus infectoria) (I. 793 659 775 HEMATEMESIS Lycium Bark (Lycium chinense) (C) 486 Oriental Arborvitae (Thuja orientalis) (C) 560 Rehmannia (Rehmannia glutinosa) (C) . 389 (Musa paradisiaca) (I) 597 Adrue (Cyperus articulatus) (C) . . .

. FUNGAL. ACUTE 464 Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) (I) INSOMNIA G-24. SKIN (See under Infection. . . 635 Divi-Divi (Caesalpinia bonduceila) (I) 253 Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) (C) . 394 Arjun Tree (Terminalia arjuna) (I) Asiatic Dogwood (Cornus officinalis) (C) Lycium Bark (Lycium chinense) (C) Oak Gall (Quercus infectoria) (I. Aloe vera) (I) . Aloe vera) (C) .G-21. . . . SUNBURN / I . VENEREAL . . . GASTRIC. 640 Schisandra (Schisandra chinensis) (C) . species) (I) 177 Divi-Divi (Caesalpinia bonduceila) (I) 253 Lycium Bark (Lycium chinense) (C) 486 Lycium Berries (Lycium barbarum) (C) 487 Nux Vomica (Strychnos nux vomica) (I) G-IS. 521 INFLUENZA SYNDROME. ESSENTIAL Aloe (Aloe barbadensis. 557 INFECTIONS. G-6. CONTROL OF. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Lemon (Citrus limon) (I) HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA 460 Alisma (Alisma plantagoaquatica) (C) G-3.67 (See under Gonorrhea) INFLAMMATORY CONDITIONS. . induction of) HYPOSALIVATION Jequirity (Abrus precatorius) (I) 435 INFLUENZA. . . . G-3. 304 Tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) (I) . UNSPECIFIED Aloe (Aloe barbadensis. G-19. . 101 Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) (I) G-6. . G-7. topical relief of) (I) denotes use in Indian medicine. 138 Onion (Allium cepa) (C) . Aloe capensis. . 640 INFECTIONS. . . . . . Rose (Rosa centifolia) (I) Soybean (Glycine soja) (C) G-22. 67 Onion (Allium cepa) (C) . 738 HYPERTENSION. 669 HERNIA. inflammatory conditions) ITCHING. . . G-7. . 13 Anemarrhena (Anemarrhena asphodeloides) (C) 31 Arjun Tree (Terminalia arjuna) (I) 39 Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus . 16 Beet (Beta vulgaris) (I) G-4. . 557 INFECTIONS. TENDENCY TO Fennel {Foeniculum vulgare) (C) G-11. . 762 HERPES ZOSTER INFECTIONS Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) (C) G-14. UNSPECIFIED Alisma (Alisma plantagoaquatica) (C) G-3.G-13. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF (See under Hypertension) HYPNOTIC (See under Sleep. . . tendency to) IMPETIGO CONTAGIOSA Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) (C) . HYPERTENSION 39 51 486 550 640 644 707 Rehmannia (Rehmannia glutinosa) (C) . . UNSPECIFIED Rehmannia (Rehmannia glutinosa) (C) . Rehmannia (Rehmannia glutinosa) (C) . . 13 Arjun Tree (Terminalia arjuna) (I) 39 Lycium Bark (Lycium chinense) (C) 486 Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) (I) . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Lemon-Wood (Schisandra sphenanthera) (C) HYSTERIA. SMALLPOX Behen (Moringa oleifera) (I) INFECTIONS. induction of) INTERTRIGO (See under Skin. . UNSPECIFIED (See under Sleep. 359 IMMUNODEFICIENCY. 103 Tropical Almond (Terminalia chebula) (I) 772 HYPERACIDITY. . . . G-3. 13 (See. SUNBURN (See under Pruritus. symptomatic relief of) INFECTION. NON-SPECIFIC HICCUP Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) (I) . ADJUNCT TO DIET Alisma (Alisma plantagoaquatica) (C) G-3. . 130 Oak Gall (Quercus infectoria) (I) 550 (See under Pruritus. . . topical relief of) ITCHING. 640 Rice (Oryza sativa) (C) . . . under Hypertension) HYPERTENSIVE CRISES HYPERGLYCEMIA. . 643 Salep (Orchis species) (I) 657 HYPERHIDROSIS IMPOTENCE. 16 Calamus (Acorus calamus) (C) .G-19.1 5 1 Jequirity (Abrus precatorius) (C) 435 Rehmannia (Rehmannia glutinosa) (C) . 547 Oak Gall (Quercus infectoria) (I) 550 Red Sandalwood (Pterocarpus santalinus) (I) . . . G-18. . G-24. G-11. . (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine. . 631 Sumbul (Ferula sumbul) (I) G-23. 302 Fenugreek {Trigonella foenum-graecum) (C) . Aloe capensis. 766 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) (I) 141 Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) (I) . MALE (See under Erectile dysfunction) INDIGESTION (See under Digestive disorders. .C) . . .ASIAN I N D I C A T I O N S INDEX ITCHING.

G-13. . 163 189 772 (See under Pediculosis. UNSPECIFIED Lycium Berries (Lycium barbarum) (C) LACTATION. 391 Jasmine (Jasminum officinale) (I) G-15. 64 Birth wort (Aristolochia clematitis) (C) G-5. ROUTINE MANAGEMENT OF Catechu (Acacia catechu) (I) Chocolate Vine (Akebia quinata) (C) Tropical Almond (Terminalia chebula) (C) LEPROSY . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus species) (I. 6 Arjun Tree (Terminalia arjuna) (I) 39 Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) (I) 429 Arjun Tree (Terminalia arjuna) (I) 39 Asa Foetida (Ferula foetida) (I) 47 Asiatic Dogwood (Cornus officinalis) (C) 51 Carambola (Averrhoa carambola) (I) 148 Cassia (Cassia angustifolia) (I) 684 Corn Silk (Zea mays) (C) 224 Garden Cress (Lepidium sativum) (I) . human) LICE. 354 Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) (C) . 432 Kamala (Mallotus philippinensis) (I) 442 Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) (I) . . 639 LEUKORRHEA Adrue (Cyperuj articulatus) (C) .G-3. human) Betel Nut (Piper betle) (I) . 237 Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) (I) . . actinic) LIVER AND GALLBLADDER COMPLAINTS Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) (I) LIVER DISORDERS G-9. . PUBIC (See under Pediculosis. .C) Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) (C) Tropical Almond (Terminalia chebula) (C) . . G-4. 550 770 772 Storax (Liquidambar orientalis) (C) G-23. . G-4. BODY Black Catnip (Phyllanthus amarus) (I) 91 Bog Bean (Menyanthes trifoliata) (C) G-6. human) LICE. . . . G-13. 245 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) (C) G-11. 305 (I) denotes use in Indian medicine. G-9. CHRONIC . . . G-7. . G-8. . (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine. 74 Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) (I) . 483 Neem (Antelaea azadirachta) (I) G-is.C) 177 Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) (I) . 734 Basil (Ocimum basilicum) (I) . 465 Luffa (Luffa aegyptica) (I) G-ie. . G-12.C) . G-14. . DRY (See under Cheilitis. . .1-152/JAUNDICE JAUNDICE LARYNGOTRACHEITIS PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES LICE. . TREATMENT OR PROPHYLAXIS OF G-25. . . 487 Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) (I) 228 Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) (C) G-9. . . 788 Oak Gall (Quercus infectoria) (I. . . 359 Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea) (C) . . 130 Cassia (Cassia angustifolia) (I) 684 Celandine (Chelidonium majus) (C) . 559 Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza kurroa) (C) 589 Tropical Almond (Terminalia chebula) (I) 772 LABOR AND DELIVERY. . so Chinese Thoroughwax (Bupleurum Chinese) (C) 187 Fever Bark (Alstonia constricta) (I. 245 Golden Shower Tree (Cassia fistula) (I) G-13. . . 245 Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) (I) . G-6. . 326 Lycium Berries (Lycium barbarum) (C) 487 Red-Rooted Sage (Salvia miltiorrhiza) (C) 636 Rehmannia (Rehmannia glutinosa) (C) . . 101 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) (I) 141 LIPS. G-22. . . . HEAD (See under Pediculosis. 130 Chinese Motherwort (Leonurus japonicus) (C) 183 Fish Berry (Anamirta cocculus) (I) 312 LACRIMATION. 169 Chinese Thoroughwax (Bupleurum Chinese) (C) 187 Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) (I) G-9. 734 LEUKEMIA. . . . . 448 Oregano (Origanum vulgare) (C) G-19. HO Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) (C) G-7. 359 Henna (Lawsonia inermis) (I) . 291 Guar Gum (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) (I) 376 LACTOSE INTOLERANCE Vervain (Verbena officinalis) (C) MALARIA. 372 Knotweed (Polygonum aviculare) (C) G-15. . . 539 Northern Prickly Ash (Zanthoxylum americanum) (I) 545 Storax (Liquidambar orientalis) (I) G-23. .G-16. . STIMULATION OF Reed Herb (Phragmites communis) (C) . 640 Senna (Cassia senna) (I) . 684 Tropical Almond (Terminalia chebula) (I) 772 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) (C) 775 MALARIA.

6 Basil (Ocimum basilicum) (I) . 183 Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) (C) G-7. . .G-13. migraine) MOUTH. . temporary relief of) MYCOBACTERIUM LEPRAE INFECTIONS Areca Nut (Areca catechu) (C) OPHTHALMIA G-4. 788 Willow Herb (Epilobium angustifolium) (C) G-26. . . neurogenic) NEURITIS. 190 Ginger (Zingiber officinale) (C) . G-22. G-IS. muscular. G-4. G . 828 MIGRAINE HEADACHE Japanese Atractylodes (Atractylodes japonica) (C) .C) G-20. . . . 668 Spurge (Euphorbia resinifera) (I) . G-14.G-20. MANAGEMENT OF THE MANIFESTATIONS OF (See under Headache. 628 NEPHROPATHY Psyllium (Plantago ovata) (I) . . G-19. 64 Celandine (Chelidonium majus) (C) G-8. 534 Pineapple (Ananas comosus) (I) 593 Red-Rooted Sage (Salvia miltiorrhiza) (C) 636 Rehmannia (Rehmannia glutinosa) (C) . . 339 Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) (C) . 545 Nux Vomica (Strychnos nux vomica) (I) G-18. 195 Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) (I) G-ie. 258 False Schisandra (Kadsura japonica) (C) 301 Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea) (C) . 799 MENSTRUAL CRAMPS (See under Leprosy) MYOCARDITIS. . 430 Radish (Raphanus sativus) (I) . 557 Quinine (Cinchona pubescens) (I. menstrual) MENSTRUAL DISORDERS Adrue (Cyperus articulatus) (C) . . . 101 Chinese Motherwort (Leonurus japonicus) (C) 183 Clove (Syzygium aromaticum) (I) G-8.6 . . VIRAL Astragalus (Astragalus species) (C) NAUSEA 54 Celandine (Chelidonium majus) (C) . G-8. 626 MASTITIS Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) (C) MASTODYNIA G-9. 369 Black Catnip (Phyllanthus amarus) (I) 91 Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) (I) . . 612 NEURALGIA [See under Pain. 302 Poppyseed (Papaver somniferum) (I) G-20. 245 Adrue (Cyperus articulatus) (C) .G-3. G-8. . 653 Wheat (Triticum aestivum) (I) . 169 Chinese Motherwort (Leonurus japonicus) (C) . . (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine. . neurogenic) NEUROPATHY Tropical Almond (Terminalia chebula) (I) NIGHT BLINDNESS 772 Guar Gum (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) (I) NIGHT SWEATS 376 Lemon-Wood (Schisandra sphenanthera) (C) Tropical Almond (Terminalia chebula) (C) Wheat (Triticum aestivum) (C) NOCTURIA. G-3. 38 Oak Gall (Quercus infectoria) (I) 550 Saffron (Crocus sativus) (C) G-21. PERIPHERAL. 6 MEASLES Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) (C) Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) (C) Duckweed (Lemna minor) (C) MENINGITIS G-S. 221 G-10. 716 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) (C) G-25. . 92 G-9. 818 Wormseed Oil (Chenopodium ambrosioides) (C) G-26. . . 547 Onion (Allium cepa) (I) . ACUTE (See under Pain.G-12. 539 Nepalese Cardamom (Amomum aromaticum) (C) . . 149 Chinese Thoroughwax (Bupleurum Chinese) (C) 187 Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) (I) . . . 540 Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) (I) . 169 Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) (I) G-11. . . . 609 OPHTHALMIC DISORDERS (See under Pain. 640 Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) (I) . 469 (I) denotes use in Indian medicine. .. . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF 464 772 799 Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) (I) . . 372 Indian Squill (Urginea indica) (I) 421 Lycium Berries (Lycium barbarum) (I) 487 Myrrh (Commiphora molmol) (I) G-18. DRY Lemon-Wood (Schisandra sphenanthera) (C) OLIGURIA 464 (See under Hyposalivation) MYALGIA Jatamansi (Nardostachys jatamansi) (I) MENORRHAGIA 433 (See under Pain. .ASIAN INDICATIONS INDEX OPHTHALMIC DISORDERS/I-153 Lycium Bark (Lycium chinense) (C) 486 Neem (Antelaea azadirachta) (I) G-18. . 389 MENOPAUSE. . .

SO Siberian Ginseng {Eleutherococcus senticosus) (C) PAIN. RENAL G-5. .163 Cinnamon {Cinnamomum verum) (I) . 291 PAIN. 432 Lesser Galangal {Alpinia officinarum) (C) 467 Radish {Raphanus sativus) (C) . 555 Red Sandalwood {Pterocarpus santalinus) (I) . TOOTH G-22. 86 Sandalwood {Santalum album) (C) 659 PAIN. 190 Clove {Syzygium aromaticum) (I) G-8. . . . . . . 302 Fenugreek {Trigonella foenum-graecum) (C) . 431 Jasmine {Jasminum officinale) (I) . Soybean {Glycine soja) (C) PAIN. 372 Jasmine {Jasminum officinale) (C) G-15. 389 PAIN. . . . NEUROGENIC Asiatic Dogwood {Cornus officinalis) (C) 51 Peanut {Arachis hypogaea) (I) 575 Quinine {Cinchona pubescens) (I) G-20. 389 Jasmine {Jasminum officinale) (I) G-15. 291 Nux Vomica {Strychnos nux vomica) (I) G-18. 577 Red Sandalwood {Pterocarpus santalinus) (I) . UNSPECIFIED Henbane {Hyoscyamus niger) (I) .1-154/OPHTHALMIC DISORDERS PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Northern Prickly Ash {Zanthoxylum americanum) (I) 545 Oleander {Nerium oleander) (I) . G-20. 793 White Nettle {Lamium album) (C) G-25. . 432 Lycium Berries {Lycium barbarum) (I) 487 Northern Prickly Ash {Zanthoxylum americanum) (I) 545 Pellitory {Anacyclus Pyrethrum) (I) . 195 Henbane {Hyoscyamus niger) (I) G . 291 G-14. BONE Birthwort {Aristolochia clematitis) (C) Chinese Cinnamon {Cinnamomum aromaticum) (C) Divi-Divi {Caesalpinia bonducella) (I) Duckweed {Lemna minor) (C) European Mistletoe {Viscum album) (C) Henbane {Hyoscyamus niger) (C) Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) (I) Plumbago {Plumbago zeylanica) (C) Red-Rooted Sage {Salvia miltiorrhiza) (C) Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) (C) . JOINT Camphor Tree {Cinnamomum camphora) (I) G-7. TEMPORARY RELIEF OF 301 636 Adrue {Cyperus articulatus) (C) . G-4. 389 431 . 258 G-11.1 4 . 110 Indian Nettle {Acalypha indica) (I) 419 Tobacco {Nicotiana tabacum) (I) . 626 Radish {Raphanus sativus) (I) . . . 64 Black Nightshade {Solanum nigrum) (I) . 138 Catechu {Acacia catechu) (I) . 635 Tobacco {Nicotiana tabacum) (I) . 628 Japanese Mint {Mentha arvensis piperascens) (I. . G-14. 668 G-22.G-24. 432 Siam Benzoin {Styrax tonkinesis) (C) 692 Sumatra Benzoin {Styrax paralleloneurum) (C) 738 PAIN. 762 PAIN. STOMACH 693 182 253 G-10. 762 Wild Thyme {Thymus serpyllum) (C) . (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine. G-11. . . . G-14. . .G-26. . . EAR 301 G-16. G-24. 635 ORCHITIS Henbane {Hyoscyamus niger) (I) . ABDOMINAL Fennel {Foeniculum vulgare) (C) G-II. 806 PAIN. 304 Ground Ivy {Glechoma hederacea) (C) . . . G-4.73 Croton Seeds {Croton tiglium) (C) 234 False Schisandra {Kadsura japonica) (C) 301 Henbane {Hyoscyamus niger) (C) . EPIGASTRIC Asiatic Dogwood {Cornus officinalis) (C) 51 European Mistletoe {Viscum album) (C) G-11. . 6 Bitter Orange {Citrus aurantium) (C) . .G-15. . . 389 Lycium Bark {Lycium chinense) (C) 486 (I) denotes use in Indian medicine. . . MUSCULAR. 707 False Schisandra {Kadsura japonica) (C) Ma-Huang {Ephedra sinica) (C) PAIN.599 636 Benzoin {Styrax benzoin) (C) . G-20. 488 Basil {Ocimum basilicum) (I) . . G-3. . G-6. . 101 Bog Bean {Menyanthes trifoliata) (C) G-6. 143 European Mistletoe {Viscum album) (C) G-11. G-8. MENSTRUAL Betel Nut {Piper betle) (I) . S I S PAIN. 74 Calamus {Acorus calamus) (I) G-7. G-14. 547 Walnut {Juglans regia) (C) G-25. G-19. 628 PAIN. . . LUMBAR PAIN. . . . . 389 False Schisandra {Kadsura japonica) (C) Red-Rooted Sage {Salvia miltiorrhiza) (C) PAIN. .C) . . G-S.

326 Spurge (Euphorbia resinifera) (I) . G-is. 354 Jasmine (Jasminum officinale) (I) . 716 Bitter Orange (Citrus aurantium) (C) . .. TEMPORARY. 799 Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum) (C) . (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine. 815 PARALYSIS. 227 Kamala (Mallotus philippinensis) (I) 442 PREGNANCY.G-13. ISS Chinese Motherwort (Leonurus japonicus) (C) 183 Cotton Tree (Cochlospermum gossypium) (I) 229 Croton Seeds (Croton tiglium) (C) 234 Ginger (Zingiber officinale) (I) . . . .G-12.G-15. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF Balloon-Flower (Platycodon grandiflorum) (C) 58 Burdock (Arctium lappa) (C) G-7. HUMAN Perilla (Perilla fructescens) (C) 583 Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) (C) . 177 Golden Shower Tree (Cassia fistula) (I) G-13. . . . MANAGEMENT OF THE MANIFESTATIONS OF Asa Foetida (Ferula foetida) (I) 47 PHARYNGITIS. . . TERMINATION OF Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) (I) . . .'.. 469 Perilla (Perilla fructescens) (C) 583 Senna (Cassia senna) (I) . PREVENTION OF 636 (See'under Skin. 738 Luffa (Luffa aegyptica) (C) G-16. 547 Salep (Orchis species) (I) 657 PEDICULOSIS. 339 Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) (I. UNSPECIFIED 772 (See under Hemorrhoids) PNEUMONIA Rice (Oryza sativa) (I) Sumbul (Ferula sumbul) (I) POISONING. 369 Plantain (Musa paradisiaca) (I) 597 POSTNASAL DRIP (See also under Psychotic disorders. . . G-26. 521 Nux Vomica (Strychnos mix vomica) (C) G-IS. FISH G-21. . . 684 POLYDIPSIA. MANAGEMENT OF THE MANIFESTATIONS IN SEVERELY ILL Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) (C) . 228 Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) (I) . . UNSPECIFIED Fish Berry (Anamirta cocculus) (I) PERTUSSIS 312 Cassia (Cassia angustifolia) (I) 684 Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) (C) G-i6. 237 Garden Cress (Lepidium sativum) (I) . symptomatic relief of) POSTPARTUM. . G-13. G-14. TOPICAL RELIEF OF Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus species) (I) . . inflammatory conditions) RECTAL PROLAPSE Costus (Saussurea costus) (I) . . 86 Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) (C) G-9. 448 Plantain (Musa paradisiaca) (I) 597 Storax (Liquidambar oriemalis) (I) G-23. 391 PULPITIS (See under Cold. 547 Onion (Allium cepa) (I) . G-9. management of the manifestations in severely ill) Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) (I) . common. 609 Tropical Almond (Terminalia chebula) (C) 772 (I) denotes use in Indian medicine. . 60s Poppyseed (Papaver somniferum) (I. 643 G-23. 432 Knotweed (Polygonum aviculare) (C) G-15. G-19. . . UNSPECIFIED 486 Red-Rooted Sage (Salvia miltiorrhiza) (C) PREGNANCY. G-7. 815 PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS.. .C) G-20. G-S.C) 6-16. 557 Southern Tsangshu (Atractylodes lanced) (C) 706 Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum) (C) . 653 Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) (I) 753 Carambola (Averrhoa carambola) (I) 148 Ginseng (Panax ginseng) (C) . 221 Oak Gall (Quercus infectoria) (C) 550 Pomegranate (Punica granatum) (C) . 389 Henna (Lawsonia inermis) (I) . . . 547 Oak Gall (Quercus infectoria) (I) 550 Plantain (Musa paradisiaca) (I) 597 Saffron (Crocus sativus) (I) G-21.. . 128 Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) (C) . 346 Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) (I) . G-26. G-14. 668 POISONING. COMPLICATIONS OF Lycium Bark (Lycium chinense) (C) RASH. G-20. 483 Northern Prickly Ash (Zanthoxylum americanum) (I) 545 Nux Vomica (Strychnos mix vomica) (I) G-18. 469 Nux Vomica (Strychnos nux vomica) (C) G-18. . G-22. 734 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) (I) 775 Wheat (Triticum aestivum) (I) . G-12. 359 PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS. MANAGEMENT OF PRURITUS.ASIAN I N D I C A T I O N S INDEX RECTAL PROLAPSE /I-155 Tropical Almond (Terminalia chebula) (I) PILES Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) (C) . G-22.

237 Gotu Kola {Centella asiatica) (C) G-13. . . . . . 699 SCABIES {See under Sarcoptes scabiei infestations) SCARLATINA Anemarrhena {Anemarrhena asphodeloides) (C) SCARLET FEVER 31 {See under Scarlatina) SCHIZOPHRENIA {See under Psychotic disorders. . 793 White Mustard {Sinapis alba) (C) G-25. 326 SEDATION {See under Sleep. (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine.599 Rehmannia {Rehmannia glutinosa) (C) 640 Siberian Ginseng {Eleutherococcus senticosus) (C) 693 Walnut {Juglans regia) (I) .G-19. management of the manifestations of) SCIATICA. 372 Lycium Berries {Lycium barbarum) (I) 487 Bistort {Persicaria bistorta) (C) . . 762 SARCOPTES SCABIEI INFESTATIONS Basil {Ocimum basilicum) (I) . . . 599 Safflower {Carthamus tinctorius) (I) . . 101 Burning Bush {Dictamnus albus) (C) . . . G-4. G-9. 82 Coriander {Coriandrum sativum) (I) . induction of) SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION Acacia {Acacia arabica) (I) 3 Behen {Moringa oleifera) (I) . 362 Ground Ivy {Glechoma hederacea) (C) . 555 Plantain {Musa paradisiaca) (I) 597 Plumbago {Plumbago zeylanica) (C) . . 165 Quinine {Cinchona pubescens) (I) . 436 Lycium Bark {Lycium chinense) (I.G-20. 67 Cotton {Gossypium hirsutum) (I) 228 Walnut {Juglans regia) (I) G-25. . 74 Black Cohosh {Cimicifuga racemosa) (C) G-5. UNSPECIFIED Tobacco {Nicotiana tabacum) (I) . . 557 RHEUMATIC DISORDERS. . 313 Onion {Allium cepa) (I) . 130 Carambola {Averrhoa carambola) (I) 148 Chaulmoogra {Hydnocarpus species) (C) . . . G-4. . 359 Kamala {Mallotus philippinensis) (I) 442 RENAL IMPAIRMENT Asiatic Dogwood {Cornus officinalis) (C) 51 Basil {Ocimum basilicum) (C) G-4. . G-7. 177 Gotu Kola {Centella asiatica) (C) . . . . 391 Indian Squill {Urginea indica) (I) 421 Jimson Weed {Datura stramonium) (C) G-15. . G-13. . 252 Flax {Linum usitatissimum) (I) G-12. G-5. . . 793 SHINGLES {See under Herpes zoster infections) (I) denotes use in Indian medicine. . G-13. 246 Fennel {Foeniculum vulgare) (I) G-11. G-9. . .G-19. 245 Date Palm {Phoenix dactylifera) (I) G-10.C) 486 Plumbago {Plumbago zeylanica) (C) . . 372 SCURVY Garden Cress {Lepidium sativum) (I) . . G-24. TEMPORARY RELIEF OF {See under Influenza syndrome.G-14. symptomatic relief of) RESPIRATORY TRACT DISORDERS Star Anise {Illicium verum) (I) RHINITIS G-23. 64 Chinese Cinnamon {Cinnamomum aromaticum) (C) 182 Dandelion {Taraxacum officinale) (I) G-9. . G-8. 359 Henna {Lawsonia inermis) (I) .67 Betel Nut {Piper betle) (I) . 805 Wormseed Oil {Chenopodium ambrosioides) (C) G-26. . .1 5 6 / R E N A L CALCULI RENAL CALCULI PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S Chocolate Vine (Akebia quinata) (C) 189 Cumin {Cuminum cyminum) (I) . 302 Southern Tsangshu {Atractylodes lancea) (C) 706 RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS. 652 Smartweed {Persicaria hydropiper) (C) . 92 Black Nightshade {Solanum nigrum) (I) G-e. 130 Calotropis {Calotropis procera) (I) 141 Black Catnip {Phyllanthus amarus) (I) 91 Bog Bean {Menyanthes trifoliata) (C) G-6. . . . .1 .G-13. G-12.G-25. 110 Burning Bush {Dictamnus albus) (C) G-7. 64 Behen {Moringa oleifera) (I) . 121 Ground Ivy {Glechoma hederacea) (C) . . 725 Cayenne {Capsicum annuum) (I) . . . . 828 RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS Morning Glory {Ipomoea hederacea) (I) 523 Oleander {Nerium oleander) (I) . . 626 SCROFULOSIS Balloon-Flower {Platycodon grandiflorum) (C) 58 Dill {Anethum graveolens) (I) G-10. UPPER. 359 Grape {Vitis vinifera) (I) . . . . . RELIEF OF Chinese Cinnamon {Cinnamomum aromaticum) (C) 182 Frankincense {Boswellia carteri) (I) 319 Gotu Kola {Centella asiatica) (I) .

. . . INFLAMMATORY CONDITIONS Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) (I) . . G-7. . 359 Henna (Lawsonia inermis) (I) . . stomach) STOMACH. . . INDUCTION OF 693 (See under Carcinoma.C) . . . . UPSET (See under Digestive disorders.G-14. DISORDERS OF Asa Foetida (Ferula foetida) (I) 47 Cassia (Cassia angustifolia) (I) 684 Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) (C) . 534 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) (I) 775 SKIN. 158 Indian Nettle (Acalypha indica) (I) 419 Myrrh (Commiphora molmol) (I) G-18. Aloe vera) (I) . GASTRIC Basil (Ocimum basilicum) (C) . 130 Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus species) (I) . 669 SPLEEN. 103 Burdock (Arctium lappa) (C) G-7. 448 Myrrh (Commiphora molmol) (I) G-18. 828 SLEEP DISORDERS Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) (I) . G-18. 128 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) (I) 141 Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) (C) . . (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine. 101 Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) (I) G-6. 177 Costus (Saussurea costus) (I. G-7. c-3. 394 Jambolan (Syzygium cumini) (I) 429 Lycium Bark (Lycium chinense) (C) 486 Oak Gall (Quercus infectoria) (I) 550 Purple Gromwell (Lithospermum erytrvrhizon) (C) 619 Wormseed Oil (Chenopodium ambrosioides) (C) G-26. 394 Indian Squill (Urginea indica) (I) 421 Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis piperascens) (I. . . 545 Rehmannia (Rehmannia glutinosa) (C) . 483 Red-Rooted Sage (Salvia miltiorrhiza) (C) 638 Tropical Almond (Terminalia chebula) (I) 772 STERILITY Cowhage (Mucuna pruriens) (I) STOMACH. 640 Schisandra (Schisandra chinensis) (C) . . . 719 583 SKIN ULCERS Perilla (Perilla fructescens) (C) SKIN DISORDERS 583 Aloe (Aloe barbadensis. 469 Luffa (Luffa aegyptica) (C) . 354 Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) (I) G-13. . SO Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) (I) G-6. . symptomatic relief of) SPASM. gastric. 130 Lemon-Wood (Schisandra sphenanthera) (C) 464 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) (I. . 163 Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus species) (I) . 16 Arjun Tree (Terminalia arjuna) (I) 39 Basil (Ocimum basilicum) (I) . G-4. 391 Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) (C) G-14. SMOOTH MUSCLE Star Anise (Illicium verum) (I) SPERMATORRHEA G-23. 669 Senburi (Swertia japonica) (C) 682 SOUR STOMACH (See under Hyperacidity. .G-16. .C) 163 (I) denotes use in Indian medicine. symptomatic relief of) STOMACH. G-14. 725 Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) (C) . . . . 181 Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) (C) G-14. G-17.G-16. gastric. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) (C) G-23. SOUR Bog Bean (Menyanthes trifoliata) (C) G-6. . 64 SPASM. 177 Chicory (Cichorium intybus) (I) . 534 Nux Vomica (Strychnos nux vomica) (I) G-18. G-4.C) . .1 5 7 Perilla (Perilla fructescens) (C) SINUSITIS. G-6. 500 (See under Hyperacidity. 128 Calotropis (Calotropis procera) (I) 141 Cane-Reed (Costus speciosa) (I) 146 Catechu (Acacia catechu) (C) . 64 Birthwort (Aristolochia clematitis) (C) G-5. symptomatic relief of) STOMATITIS Catechu (Acacia catechu) (I. 101 Burdock (Arctium lappa) (C) G-7.C) 227 Flax (Linum usitatissimum) (I) G-12. . TREATMENT OF St. 431 Knotweed (Polygonum aviculare) (C) G-is.C) . 389 Schisandra (Schisandra chinensis) (C) . . . 547 Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) (I.ASIAN INDICATIONS INDEX SHORTNESS OF BREATH STOMATITIS / I . . Aloe capensis. . . 313 Giant Milkweed (Calotropis gigantea) (I) 338 Golden Shower Tree (Cassia fistula) (I) G-13. G-8. . DISSEMINATED ADENOCARCINOMA 230 Siberian Ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus) (C) SLEEP. 110 Burning Bush (Dictamnus albus) (C) G-7. . .

GASTRIC Bitter Orange {Citrus aurantium) (C) . 82 Marijuana {Cannabis sativa) (I. 39 G-6. 640 Nutmeg {Myristica fragrans) (I) . 149 Chinese Motherwort {Leonurus japonicus) (C) 183 Chocolate Vine {Akebia quinata) (C) 189 Cleavers {Galium aparine) (C) 193 Coriander {Coriandrum sativum) (I) . . G-17. 846 TUMOR THERAPY ADJUNTIVE Benzoin {Styrax benzoin) (C) . 684 ULCERS. 74 Siam Benzoin {Styrax tonkinesis) (C) 692 Storax {Liquidambar orientalis) (C) G-23. . (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine. . 252 Gotu Kola {Centella asiatica) (I) . G-IS. 469 URETHRITIS Cotton Tree {Cochlospermum gossypium) (I) VERTIGO 229 Dill {Anethum graveolens) (I) G-10. G-9. 130 UTERINE PROLAPSE Psyllium {Plantago ovata) (I) . 245 Lycium Berries {Lycium barbarum) (C) 487 Papaya {Carica papaya) (I) G-19. G-13. symptomatic relief of) Rehmannia {Rehmannia glutinosa) (C) . PALLIDUM INFECTIONS Licorice {Glycyrrhiza glabra) (I) . 86 VENEREAL DISEASE {See under T. ISCHEMIC Benzoin {Styrax benzoin) (C) Siam Benzoin {Styrax tonkinesis) (C) Sumatra Benzoin {Styrax paralleloneurum) (C) SWELLING AND FRACTURES Balloon-Flower {Platycodon grandiflorum) (C) 58 Oak Gall {Quercus infectoria) (I) 550 St. 103 Coriander {Coriandrum sativum) (I) .640 TONSILLITIS Siberian Ginseng {Eleutherococcus senticosus) (C) URINARY TRACT DISORDERS 693 Anemarrhena {Anemarrhena asphodeloides) (C) STREPTOCOCCI GROUP A BETAHEMOLYTIC INFECTIONS 31 {See under Erysipelas) > STROKE. 640 VISUAL DISTURBANCES URINARY FREQUENCY. 628 UTERINE BLEEDING Anemarrhena {Anemarrhena asphodeloides) (C) 31 Senna {Cassia senna) (I) . G-6. . 734 Sumatra Benzoin {Styrax paralleloneurum) (C) 738 SYPHILIS Reed Herb {Phragmites communis) (C) . G-22. G-ie. .G-12. DUODENAL Burning Bush {Dictamnus albus) (C) .. . 534 Oak Gall {Quercus infectoria) (I. 6-5. 313 URETHRORRHEA Bistort {Persicaria bistortd) (C) . 612 ULCERS. . G-5. .. . 753 STRANGURIA Ginkgo {Ginkgo biloba) (C) G-12.C) . G-4. John's Wort {Hypericum perforatum) (C) G-23. . . UNSPECIFIED Myrrh {Commiphora molmof) (I) G-IS..1-158/STOMATITIS PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S TINNITUS URINARY RETENTION.73 Betel Nut {Piper betle) (I) . 101 Chinese Motherwort {Leonurus japonicus) (C) 183 SYNCOPE Anemarrhena {Anemarrhena asphodeloides) (C) 31 Dandelion {Taraxacum officinale) (I) G-9. .C) 550 Tamarind {Tamarindus indica) (I) . 245 Zedoary {Curcuma zedoaria) (I) G-26. . 221 Dandelion {Taraxacum officinale) (C) G-9. 639 TYPHUS FEVER Black Catnip {Phyllanthus amarus) (I) 91 Cardamom {Elettaria cardamomum) (I) G-7. SORE Arjun Tree {Terminalia arjuna) (I) Black Pepper {Piper nigrum) (I) . . 359 TETANUS Flax {Linum usitatissimum) (I) . . TREATMENT ADJUNCT 738 Black Nightshade {Solanum nigrum) (I. 719 TREPONEMA PALLIDUM 73 692 {See under T. . .C) . 342 Lycium Berries {Lycium barbarum) (C) 487 Rehmannia {Rehmannia glutinosa) (C) . 221 Croton Seeds {Croton tiglium) (I) 234 Lycium Berries {Lycium barbarum) (C) 487 Rehmannia {Rehmannia glutinosa) (C) . .. pallidum infections) TUBERCULOSIS. G-9. . . 545 (I) denotes use in Indian medicine.. pallidum infections) T. G-20.. G-7.. . . 500 THROAT. . . . . 565 Plantain {Musa paradisiaca) (I) 597 Radish {Raphanus sativus) (I) . . SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF {See under Pharyngitis.

48i Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) (I. 635 Saffron (Crocus sativus) (I) G-2i. . . . G-19. .G-16. 221 Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) (I.C) G-18. 103 Carambola (Averrhoa carambola) (I) 148 Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) (C) G-7. . . 653 Sandalwood (Santalum album) (C) 659 Smartweed (Persicaria hydropiper) (C) . 190 Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) (I) . . . 652 Smartweed (Persicaria hydropiper) (C) . . 101 Black Pepper (Piper nigrum) (C) G-6. . G-19.C) . . 362 Japanese Atractylodes (Atractylodes japonica) (C) . 246 Henna (Lawsonia inermis) (I) .C) 227 Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera) (I) . G-6. . G-20. 163 Costus (Saussurea costus) (I.ASIAN INDICATIONS INDEX VOMITING WOUND CARE. 302 Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) (I) G-11. . G-26.C) G-11. 169 WHEEZING. . . . 846 (I) denotes use in Indian medicine. 699 Storax (Liquidambar orientalis) (I) G-23. . . . .G-13.G-26. G-6. . . 540 Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) (C) .. 304 Ginger (Zingiber officinale) (C) . . . . G-5. 339 Ginseng (Panax ginseng) (C) . 631 Rose (Rosa centifolia) (I) 644 Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) (C) . G-8. . 559 Pomegranate (Punica granatum) (I) . . 557 Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) (I) . 101 Catechu (Acacia catechu) (C) . 359 Grape (Vitis vinifera) (I) . G-18. 469 Myrrh (Commiphora molmol) (I. . 734 Tropical Almond (Terminalia chebula) (I) 772 Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) (I) 775 White Nettle (Lamium album) (C) G-25. sos Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum) (C) . ADJUNCTIVE THERAPY IN / I . . 534 Oak Gall (Quercus infectoria) (C) 550 Onion (Allium cepa) (I) . 346 Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) (C) .C) . G-17. 815 WARTS WOUND CARE. G-8. . . 605 Red Sandalwood (Pterocarpus santalinus) (I) .G-10. SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OF (See under Bronchial asthma) WHOOPING COUGH (See under Pertussis) Black Catnip (Phyllanthus amarus) (I) 91 Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) (I) . .G-14.G-13. ADJUNCTIVE THERAPY IN Calotropis (Calotropis procera) (I) 141 Celandine (Chelidonium majus) (C) . 391 Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) (I) . . . (C) denotes use in Chinese medicine. G-16. 699 Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) (I) 753 White Mustard (Sinapis alba) (C) G-25. . 545 Oregano (Origanum vulgare) (C) . . 86 Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) (I) . . G-12. . 430 Japanese Mint (Mentha arvensis p'perascens) (I. 806 Zedoary (Curcuma zedoaria) (I) . ISI Chinese Cinnamon (Cinnamomum aromaticum) (I) 182 Chinese Thoroughwax (Bupleurum Chinese) (C) 187 Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) (I) . . 149 Chicory (Cichorium intybus) (I) G-8. . . 500 Nepalese Cardamom (Amomum aromaticum) (C) . . 431 Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) (I) . G-9. . .1 5 9 Bitter Orange (Citrus aurantium) (C) .

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325 Jalap (Ipomoea purga) G-15. . Aloe capensis. 446 Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) . Distress. 561 Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) . G-8. 107 Brewer's Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) . gastrointestinal) ABDOMINAL DISTENTION Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) ALLERGIC REACTIONS G-16.. METABOLIC (See under Distress. 565 Poplar (Populus species) . 67i ALBUMINURIA Aloe (Aloe barbadensis'. ABDOMINAL DISCOMFORT ALKALOSIS. 764 Tragacanth (Astragalus gummifer) 767 Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) .. 118 Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) G-7. abdominal. . . the second to the herbal monograph.. IS Gamboge (Garcinia hanburyi) G-12. . Aloe vera) G-3.G-11. 829 ACCOMMODATION. Aloe vera) G-3. . 291 Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) .. . 443 Scopolia (Scopolia carniolica) . . 327 Kava Kava (Piper methysticum) G-15.. . 427 Morning Glory (Ipomoea hederacea) 523 Orris (Iris species) G-19. i6S German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) G-12.. the first refers to a photograph of the plant in the Herb Identification Guide. 741 Aga (Amanita muscaria) G-3. G-IO.G-20.. 304 Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) . . 26i European Mistletoe (Viscum album) 0-11. G-ie. herbs associated with the reaction are listed alphabetically by accepted common name.G-26. 465 Papaya (Carica papaya) . .. 443 Kelp (Laminaria hyperborea) . . . . Aloe capensis.1-161 Side Effects Index Presented here is an alphabetical list of every side effect cited in the herbal monographs. 729 Tolu Balsam (Myroxylon balsamum) . G-25. For ease of comparison with prescription and over-the-counter medications. 833 ALLERGY (See under Allergic reactions) ALVEOBRONCHIOLITIS Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) ANAPHYLACTIC REACTIONS G-8.. eie Rhatany (Krameria triandra) . 641 Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) G-23. If an entry lists two page numbers. . . Under each heading. 8 Aloe (Aloe barbadensis.G-26. IMPAIRED Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) G-14. 783 Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens) 820 ALLERGIC SENSITIZATION Brazilian Pepper Tree (Schinus terebinthifolius) 117 Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) G-11. 389 Kava Kava (Piper methysticum) G-IS. the index employs the same nomenclature found in the Side Effects Index of the PDR Companion Guide™. G-24.G-12. 199 Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) 26i Echinacea Pallida (Echinacea pallida) 261 Echinacea Purpurea (Echinacea purpurea) . . 16 Blessed Thistle (Cnicus benedictus) G-6. . . 469 Sunflower (Helianthus annum) ABDOMINAL PAIN/CRAMPS G-23. 331 . 158 Cocoa (Theobroma cacao) . 302 Garlic (Allium sativum) . ..G-19. . with the scientific name shown in parentheses. 607 Psyllium (Plantago ovata) 612 Psyllium Seed (Plantago afra) G-20. .

DECREASED Psyllium {Plantago ovata) Psyllium Seed {Plantago afra) ASTHMA. 123 Cascara Sagrada {Rhamnus purshiana) . 800 Wood Anemone {Anemone nemorosa) 824 BLOOD GLUCOSE. Aloe capensis. 500 {See under Stomatitis. . G-6. . 291 ANGIOEDEMA {See under Edema. 663 Traveller's Joy {Clematis vitalba) G-25. 609 ASTHMA. G-7. G-6. 202 Digitalis {Digitalis purpurea) G-10. 598 Ginseng {Panax ginseng) BLISTERING 346 Trailing Arbutus {Epigae repens) ANEMIA.47 Buckthorn {Rhamnus catharticus) . G-9. . sos APPETITE. G-7. 100 Bulbous Buttercup {Ranunculus bulbosus) 128 Buttercup {Ranunculus acris) . . . 528 Poppyseed {Papaver somniferum) . . . ulcerative) APPETITE. 515 Pasque Flower {Pulsatilla pratensis) 572 Poisonous Buttercup {Ranunculus sceleratus) . . REDUCTION Coffee {Coffea arabica) .G-17. APATHY 843 Marijuana {Cannabis sativa) APHTHOUS STOMATITIS Kousso {Hagenia abyssinica) . . 97 240 594 Broad Bean {Vicia faba) ANXIETY 120 Yohimbe Bark {Pausinystalia yohimbe) . ALLERGIC G-17. 508 Squill {Urginea maritima) . 133 Cashew {Anacardium occidentale) . . G-9. 185 Frangula {Rhamnus frangula) G-12. G-8.. 684 {See under Hypotension) BONE DENSITY. 16 Black Hellebore {Helleborus niger) G-5. WORSENING OF 612 G-20. 165 261 Pleurisy Root {Asclepias tuberosa) ARRHYTHMIAS G-20. 717 Swamp Milkweed {Asclepias incarnata) . ELEVATION Japanese Mint {Mentha arvensis piperascens) ASTHMATIC EPISODES {See under Hypertension) Black Mustard {Brassica nigra) . 369 Mate {Ilex paraguariensis) . 153 Chinese Rhubarb {Rheum palmatum) G-8. . .1 6 2 /ANAPHYLAXIS ANAPHYLAXIS PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S Indian Squill {Urginea indica) 421 BLEEDING. 194 Cypress Spurge {Euphorbia cyparissias) . . angioneurotic) ANOREXIA Coca {Erythroxylum coca) 197 Coffee {Coffea arabica) . . REDUCTION G-5.1 . 475 Ma-Huang {Ephedra sinica) G-16. G-23. 743 ANURIA Aloe {Aloe barbadensis. . 369 Ergot {Claviceps purpurea) 280 European Mistletoe {Viscum album) G-II. . 165 Clematis {Clematis recta) . CHANGES {See also under Anorexia) Digitalis Lanata {Digitalis lanata) 250 Asa Foetida {Ferula foetida) . G-20. MICROCYTIC 768 Green Tea {Camellia sinensis) ANGINA G-13. 503 Mezereon {Daphne mezereum) G-17. VAGINAL G-8. 123 . 202 Green Tea {Camellia sinensis) G-13. 97 Buckthorn {Rhamnus catharticus) . . 601 Savin Tops {Juniperus sabina) G-21. . 488 Strophanthus {Strophanthus Kombe) 736 ASPHYXIA Black Hellebore {Helleborus niger) Cyclamen {Cyclamen europaeum) Pink Root {Spigelia marilandica) ASTHENIA G-5. 100 G-22. NASAL Cayenne {Capsicum annuum) Echinacea Angustifolia {Echinacea angustifolia) ANEMIA. 242 Globe Flower {Trollius europaeus) G-12. 248 Green Tea {Camellia sinensis) G-13. 369 Khat {Catha edulis) 447 Mate {Ilex paraguariensis) G-17. 351 Marsh Marigold {Caltha palustris) G-17. 157 Cayenne {Capsicum annuum) G-8. G-23. . . . . G-9. G-16. 450 Mountain Laurel {Kalmia latifolia) G-IS. . HEMOLYTIC {See under Epistaxis) BLEEDING. LOSS OF {See under Hypoglycemia) 431 BLOOD PRESSURE. 616 American Liverleaf {Hepatica nobilis) 26 Arnica {Arnica montana) 41 Bitter Orange {Citrus aurantium) G-5. . 86 Black Mustard {Brassica nigra) G-5. 769 White Bryony {Bryonia alba) G-25. G-20. Senna {Cassia senna) BELCHING BLOOD PRESSURE. . Aloe vera) G-3. . . 317 Lily-of-the-Valley {Convallaria majalis) .

G-4. . Aloe vera) BOWEL MOVEMENTS. 425 Pontian Rhododendron (Rhododendron ponticum) . . . 153 CIRCULATORY COLLAPSE Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) CIRCULATORY DAMAGE G-17. 490 Petasites (Petasites hybridus) G-19. 413 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) CHOLERA G-11. 38 Ergot (Claviceps purpurea) 280 Jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus) G-15. 13 Alpine Ragwort (Senecio nemorensis) 21 Daffodil (Narcissus pseudonarcissus) 243 Wormseed Oil (Chenopodium ambrosioides) G-26. 230 CACHEXIA Trailing Arbutus (Epigae repens) CARCINOGENIC Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias) 768 . . 585 Ragwort (Senecio jacobaea) G-20.SIDE EFFECTS INDEX COLIC / I . G-9. . . 242 BRADYCARDIA Areca Nut (Areca catechu) . PAINFUL G-3. 209 Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) . 16 Croton Seeds (Croton tiglium) 234 Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias) . 425 BRONCHOSPASM.6-15.G-22. . 317 Aloe (Aloe barbadensis: Aloe capensis. 123 Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana) . 37s Jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus) . 153 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8. 153 G-8. 133 Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana) . G-9. . G-9. 684 CARCINOMA. HEPATOCELLULAR Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) CHEST TIGHTNESS .. . G-7. . . EXACERBATION OF (See under Arrhythmias) CARDIAC DYSRHYTHMIAS Scotch Pine (Pinus species) .1 6 3 Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana) Chinese Rhubarb (Rheum palmatum) Frangula (Rhamnus frangula) BONE DISORDERS . 351 Guaiac (Guaiacum officinale) . 153 Coca (Erythroxylum coca) 197 Colt's Foot (Tussilago farfara) G-9. . 829 Hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens) CHILLS . . . . . 291 786 Buckthorn (Rhamnus catharticus) . . G-7. G-25. .. SHORTNESS OF Black Hellebore (Helleborus niger) BREATHING. 242 CENTRAL/PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM DISORDERS Alkanet (Alkanna tinctoria) . G-7. 374 Hemp Agrimony (Eupatorium cannabinum) G-13. . 662 Senna (Cassia senna) G-22. 194 Globe Flower (Trollius europaeus) G-12. 212 Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias) . 828 . G-6. . . . . . 425 Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) 466 Mexican Scammony Root (Ipomoea orizabensis) 514 (See under Dyspnea) BRONCHITIS Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) BRONCHOSPASM American Hellebore (Veratrum viride) 25 Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) . DISTURBANCES Cowhage (Mucuna pruriens) . G-7. . 114 CARDIAC ABNORMALITIES (See under Dyspnea) BREATHING. 97 Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana) . 165 Clematis (Clematis recta) . 674 Spruce (Picea species) 714 BURNING (See under Arrhythmias) CARDIAC RHYTHMS. G-16. 425 CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS G-15. . . 606 BREATH. G-3. 783 G-17. 165 COLIC American Liverleaf (Hepatica nobilis) 26 Bitter Apple (Citrullus colocynthis) G-5. 316 Golden Ragwort (Senecio aureus) 354 Groundsel (Senecio vulgaris) . . . . 185 G-12. G-e.. . 629 Sassafras (Sassafras albidum) G-21. 242 Dusty Miller (Senecio bicolor) 258 Forget-Me-Not (Myosotis arvensis) G-12. .G-9. 83 Bulbous Buttercup (Ranunculus bulbosus) 128 Buttercup (Ranunculus acris) .G-14. 388 Madder (Rubia tinctorum) . . . LABORED COAGULATION INTERFERENCE Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8. 515 786 Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) CNS STIMULATION 786 447 Khat (Catha edulis) Borage (Borago officinalis) . soo CARDIAC ARREST Jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus) Jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus) G-15. G-8. DIFFICULT G-s. G-26.

165 Ginger (Zingiber officinale) . psychological) DEPENDENCE. BILIARY CONSTIPATION PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES CRAMPS. sos DEPRESSION Croton Seeds (Croton tiglium) 234 Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias) . 339 Squill (Urginea maritima) . 769 Wood Anemone (Anemone nemorosa) 824 COLIC. 239 COLLAPSE Acacia (Acacia arabica) 3 Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) G-3. G-7. G-9. .G-11. 100 German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) G-12. MUSCULAR Poison Ivy (Rhus toxicodendron) 600 Aga (Amanita muscaria) G-3. 700 Traveller's Joy (Clematis vitalba) G-25. 609 St. G-9. 143 Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) G-13. 719 Tropical Almond (Terminalia chebula) 772 CONSTRICTION. 475 Strophanthus (Strophanthus Kombe) 736 CONGESTION. G-9. . G-6. 100 G-8. . G-7. 116 136 220 306 . 616 CONJUNCTIVITIS. 717 DERMATITIS. ALLERGIC CONTACT Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias) . 331 Black Mustard (Brassica nigra) Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus species) CRAMPING G-S.Valley (Convallaria majalis) . . ABDOMINAL G-12. 331 Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) . 403 (See under Abdominal pain/cramps) CRAMPING.G-23. G-20. G-9. . PSYCHOLOGICAL Coffee (Coffea arabica) . 567 Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) .I-164/COLIC Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla pratensis) 572 Poisonous Buttercup (Ranunculus sceleratus) . . DISORDERS OF Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) CONSCIOUSNESS. G-9. G-9. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) . impaired) COORDINATION. . 612 Psyllium Seed (Plantago afra) G-20. 44 Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) . G-19. . 202 Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) G-17. IMPAIRED (See under Nasal congestion) CONJUNCTIVITIS Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) CORNEAL DEFECTS G-18. . G-16. . 488 Coffee (Cojfea arabica) . . . . . . . . 645 DERMATITIS. ALLERGIC Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias) COUGH . NASAL (See under Coordination. 165 177 Black Mustard (Brassica nigra) G-5. . . . DISTURBED (See under Miosis) CONVULSIONS Asa Foetida (Ferula foetida) 47 Jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus) G-15. 425 COLOR PERCEPTION. . MOOD 63i Lily-of-the.. . 242 Goa Powder (Andira araroba) 352 Psyllium (Plantago ovata) .G-20. Copaiba Balsam (Copaifera langsdorffi) Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) . 202 Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) G-17. G-8.G-23. G-21. 355 Khat (Catha edulis) 447 Mountain Avens (Dryas octopetala) 526 Poppyseed (Papaver somniferum) . 601 Snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis) . ABDOMINAL Artichoke (Cynara scolymus) G-4. DRUG Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) DEPENDENCE. . 342 G-14. PHYSICAL G-16. PUPILLARY (See under Abdominal pain/cramps) DELIRIUM Camphor Tree (Cinnamomum camphora) G-7. 528 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8.G-12. . impaired) COORDINATION. . . 242 Jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus) G-15.G-13. 149 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8. 165 Curcuma (Curcuma xanthorrhizia) . DISTURBED (See under Depression) DERMATITIS (See under Coordination. 425 COORDINATION DIFFICULTY Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) DEPRESSION. . . sos DEPENDENCE. 8 Boxwood (Buxus sempervirens) . PSYCHIC (See under Miosis) CONSTRICTION. CONTACT CONSCIOUSNESS. 436 DEPENDENCE. PUPILS (See under Dependence. 242 German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) G-12. . Cajuput (Melaleuca leucadendra) . 199 Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) . 355 Jimson Weed (Datura stramonium) G-15. LOSS OF Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) CRAMPING. 10 Cocoa (Theobroma cacao) . .

598 Poisonous Buttercup (Ranunculus sceleratus) . 239 Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) . . . GASTRIC 208 (See under Distress. G-9.. 729 Swamp Milkweed (Asclepias incarnata) . 493 Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) G-17. . 86 Boneset (Eupatorium perfoliatum) G-6. G-23. BLOODY Bitter Apple (Citrullus colocynthis) . . 521 Mountain Flax (Linum catharticum) 526 Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) G-18. . . 379 Herb Paris (Paris quadrifolia) G-14. 561 Yellow Jessamine (Gelsemium sempennrens) . 375 Guar Gum (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) . 684 Snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis) . . . 146 Cinquefoil (Potentilla erecta) G-8. . 133 Cane-Reed (Costus speciosa) . . . . 92 Bulbous Buttercup (Ranunculus bulbosus) 128 Buttercup (Ranunculus acris) . 192 cClematis (Clematis recta) . . 601 Senna (Cassia senna) G-22. 838 DIPSESIS Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) DISCOMFORT. 97 Boneset (Eupatorium perfoliatum) . Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana) Celandine (Chelidonium majus) . 700 Soybean (Glycine soja) . . 392 Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. Orris (Iris species) DIPLOPIA .48 Bael (Aegle marmelos) 58 Black Hellebore (Helleborus niger) G-5. . EPIGASTRIC Colombo (Jateorhiza palmata) DISTRESS.8 . . . 194 Copaiba Balsam (Copaifera langsdorffi) 220 Cranesbill (Geranium maculatum) 233 Curcuma (Curcuma xanthorrhizia) . 593 Pleurisy Root (Asclepias tuberosa) G-20.. . 528 Myrtle (Myrtus communis) . . . 515 47 Asa Foetida (Ferula foetida) DISTENTION. 545 Bitter Orange (Citrus aurantium) DIAPHORESIS G-5. G-17. 283 Globe Flower (Trollius europaeus) G-12. .. 245 Digitalis (Digitalis purpurea) G-10. G-5. 113 Broad Bean (Vicia faba) 120 Bulbous Buttercup (Ranunculus bulbosus) 128 Buttercup (Ranunculus acris) . 743 Traveller's Joy (Clematis vitalba) G-25. . 769 Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) 770 Wood Anemone (Anemone nemorosa) 824 DIARRHEA. . . 369 Guaiac (Guaiacum officinale) . 169 .SIDE EFFECTS INDEX DISTRESS. 133 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8. G-9. . . G-6. G-12. 403 Indian Squill (Urginea indica) 421 Kousso (Hagenia abyssinica) . G-5. 508 Mercury Herb (Mercurialis annua) G-17. .. 351 Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) G-13. . G . 425 Quebracho (Aspidosperma quebracho-bianco) 623 DIARRHEA American Liverleaf (Hepatica nobilis) 26 Asa Foetida (Ferula foetida) 47 Asarum (Asarum europaeum) . 717 Stillingia (Stillingia sylvatica) . . . .. GENERAL G-14. G-7. 83 . .G-IS. .. . . 327 DISTRESS. GASTROINTESTINAL Arum (Arum maculatum) 46 American Liverleaf (Hepatica nobilis) 26 Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) G-5. . . . 450 Labrador Tea (Ledum latifolium) 451 Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) .G-22. 165 Clematis (Clematis recta) . . ABDOMINAL (See under Abdominal distention) DISTRESS. 466 Male Fern (Dryopteris filix-mas) . gastrointestinal) DISTRESS. . 248 Digitalis Lanata (Digitalis lanata) 250 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) . . ABDOMINAL Garlic (Allium sativum) . . . . G-9. 543 Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla pratensis) 572 Pineapple (Ananas comosus) . 206 Cyclamen (Cyclamen europaeum) 240 Daffodil (Narcissus pseudonarcissus) . . .1 6 5 Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) DERMATOSIS G-IS. 194 Coffee (Coffea arabica) . . . 202 Colchicum (Colchicum autumnale) . . 515 Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) G-18. 376 Gumweed (Grindelia species) . . G-19. 536 Niauli (Melaleucea viridiflora) 542 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) . 243 Digitalis (Digitalis purpurea) G-IO. 513 Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) G-17. G-8. 75 Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) . G-9.0-11. 153 . . . 248 . G-20. . . 707 Squill (Urginea maritima) . G-8. . GASTROINTESTINAL / I . . G-23. . . 403 G-17. . 113 Jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus) G-15. .

. 549 Peppermint {Mentha piperita) G-19.1-166 /DISTRESS. . . . 679 Soapwort {Saponaria officinalis) . G-26. 508 Oak {Quercus robur) G-18. 8 Black Cohosh {Cimicifuga racemosa) .G-23. 701 Squill {Urginea maritima) .. . John's Wort {Hypericum perforatum) . 413 Mate {Ilex paraguariensis) G-17. 355 Green Tea {Camellia sinensis) G-13. G-5.G-12. 488 Mate {Ilex paraguariensis) . . . 580 Periwinkle {Vinca minor) 584 Pineapple {Ananas comosus) . gastrointestinal) DIURESIS. 436 Aloe {Aloe barbadensis. s i s Mountain Laurel {Kalmia latifolia) G-18. 242 Hydrangea {Hydrangea arborescens) G-14. 92 Black Hellebore {Helleborus niger) G-5. . 508 St. G-26. 5 9 3 Pleurisy Root {Asclepias tuberosa) G-20. 783 DYSPNEA Chaulmoogra {Hydnocarpus species) Jaborandi {Pilocarpus microphyllus) EARS. G-23. 403 Indian Nettle {Acalypha indica) 419 Indian Squill {Urginea indica) 421 Jack-in-the-Pulpit {Arisaema atrorubens) 426 Japanese Mint {Mentha arvensis piperascens) 431 Mate {Ilex paraguariensis) G-17. epigastric) DISTURBANCES. 83 Aga {Amanita muscaria) G-3. GASTROINTESTINAL {See under Distress. G-20. . 632 Sandalwood {Santalum album) 659 Scurvy Grass {Cochlearia officinalis) . G-22. RINGING 177 G-15. . 425 {See under Tinnitus) ECZEMA Camphor Tree {Cinnamomum camphora) G-7. . 814 824 623 833 {See under Allergic reactions) DRY MOUTH {See under Xerostomia) DYSPEPSIA {See under Distress. 605 Red Bryony {Bryonia cretica) . G-25. . 743 Trailing Arbutus {Epigae repens) 768 Traveller's Joy {Clematis vitalba) Watercress {Nasturtium officinale) Wild Radish {Raphanus raphanistrum) Wood Anemone {Anemone nemorosa) DISTRESS. . 557 Quinine {Cinchona pubescens) . 717 St. 719 Valerian {Valeriana officinalis) . G-23. 528 Poppyseed {Papaver somniferum) . G-9. . . 143 Garlic {Allium sativum) . G-6.G-17. 626 Stavesacre {Delphinium staphisagria) . 379 Horse Chestnut {Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. 508 Mezereon {Daphne mezereum) G-17. . 97 Coffee {Coffea arabica) . . G-9. G-12. . . . 719 Stinging Nettle {Urtica dioica) G-23. . STOMACH Witch Hazel {Hamamelis virginiana) DYSPHORIA . John's Wort {Hypericum perforatum) . GASTROINTESTINAL Elephant-Ears {Bergenia crassifolia) 268 False Unicorn Root {Veratrum luteum) 301 Garden Cress {Lepidium sativum) G-12. 729 Swamp Milkweed {Asclepias incarnata) . epigastric) DISTRESS. . 202 Cola {Cola acuminata) 205 Green Tea {Camellia sinensis) G-13. . . PRECORDIAL PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Quebracho {Aspidosperma quebracho-bianco) Yage {Banisteriopsis caapi) DRUG IDIOSYNCRASIES G-25. . 327 Onion {Allium cepa) G-19. . . G-13. 436 Ma-Huang {Ephedra sinica) G-ie. gastrointestinal) DISTRESS. 369 Jimson Weed {Datura stramonium) G-15. 598 Poisonous Buttercup {Ranunculus sceleratus) . . . 726 ECZEMATOUS REACTIONS {See under Eczema) EDEMA California Poppy {Eschscholtzia californica) Jimson Weed {Datura stramonium) G-7. 369 Gumweed {Grindelia species) . G-9. 821 {See under Distress. 326 Ginkgo {Ginkgo biloba) . G-20. 829 DROWSINESS Coffee {Coffea arabica) . 140 G-15. 123 . 342 Globe Flower {Trollius europaeus) G-12. . Aloe capensis. . G-22. . 769 798 G-26. G-20. 16 Buckthorn {Rhamnus catharticus) . 351 Goldenseal {Hydrastis canadensis) . . UPPER Gl {See under Distress. Aloe vera) G-3. .. 202 Croton Seeds {Croton tiglium) 234 Cypress Spurge {Euphorbia cyparissias) . . . POTENTIATION OF Bitter Apple {Citrullus colocynthis) DIZZINESS G-5. . G-23. . 601 Pomegranate {Punica granatum) G-20. 609 Quassia {Picrasma excelsa) 622 Tree of Heaven {Ailanthus altissima) 770 Wormwood {Artemisia absinthium) . .

492 Yohimbe Bark (Pausinystalia yohimbe) 843 EXHAUSTION Coca (Erythroxylum coca) EMESIS (See under Vomiting) EPIDERMAL SHEDDING Jimson Weed (Datura stramonium) EYE MOVEMENTS. . LOCAL G-23. 157 Mandrake (Mandragora officinarum) G-17. . HEAVY Wormseed (Artemisia cina) EPISTAXIS 827 346 Yellow Jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens) . . . . UNSPECIFIED Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias) . Aloe capensis. .. . 500 Yage (Banisteriopsis caapi) 833 EXANTHEMA (See under Edema. . . 469 EDEMA. . . 741 FLUID RETENTION (See under Eczema) Black Mustard (Brassica nigra) G-S. . 684 (See under Distress. 838 EYES.118 Guar Gum (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) . sis Yellow Jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens) . . LOSS OF Brewer's Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) .G-20. ANGIONEUROTIC Bitter Orange (Citrus aurantium) G-S. 16 Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana) . 528 Poison Ivy (Rhus toxicodendron) eoo Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) 786 FINGER CLUBBING Aloe (Aloe barbadensis. angioneurotic) ELECTROLYTE DISTURBANCES Kava Kava (Piper methysticum) G-15. . ABNORMAL G-IS. G-9. . 317 Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) G-16. 436 Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) EPIGASTRIC PAIN G-17. 495 Poison Ivy (Rhus toxicodendron) 600 ESTROGEN. UNSPECIFIED (See under Mydriasis) EYES. .. REDDENING OF Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana) . . 100 (See under Edema) . 261 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11. 376 Manna (Fraxinus ornus) . 3ss Malabar Nut (Justicia adhatoda) G-17.. 157 Yohimbe Bark (Pausinystalia yohimbe) 843 EXCITABILITY Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) . . .SIDE EFFECTS INDEX FLUID RETENTION / I . G-10. IRRITATION OF Asa Foetida (Ferula foetida) . 47 Brewer's Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) . . epigastric) EPILEPTIFORM MOVEMENTS. 496 Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) G-23. SKIN Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) G-17. 1 is Cashew (Anacardium occidentale) . 16 197 Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) . . DILATATION OF PUPIL Ginseng (Panax ginseng) (See under Impotence) ERUPTIONS. MALE (See under Electrolyte imbalance) ELECTROLYTE IMBALANCE Aloe (Aloe barbadensis. Aloe vera) EMBRYOTOXICITY G-3. G-7. 153 ELECTROLYTES. . ECZEMATOID ERECTION DISTURBANCES. G-7. . 403 Pagoda Tree (Sophora japonica) FASCICULATIONS 564 Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) EDEMA. G-7. 443 Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) 631 St. G-13. . 242 EYELIDS. Aloe capensis. 291 Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) G-IS.838 EYELID SWELLING Senna (Cassia senna) FLATULENCE G-22. 153 Chinese Rhubarb (Rheum palmatum) G-8. .228 FVR EE Broad Bean (Vicia faba) 120 Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) 26i Echinacea Pallida (Echinacea pallida) 261 Echinacea Purpurea (Echinacea purpurea) . ISS Frangula (Rhamnus frangula) G-12. G-7. 719 FERTILITY DISORDERS. . DECREASE Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) FACIAL SWELLING G-14. 86 Cashew (Anacardium occidentale) . . ..1 6 7 ERYTHEMA FACE. . . John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) . Aloe vera) G-3.G-17. 609 Wormseed (Artemisia cina) 827 FATIGUE ieo Ergot (Claviceps purpurea) EDEMA.G-23. NON-SPECIFIC (See under Edema) EDEMA.. 729 280 Cat's Claw (Unicaria tomentosa) EUPHORIA Poppyseed (Papaver somniferum) .

. IMPAIRED . 783 GASTROINTESTINAL REACTIONS Coca (Erythroxylum coca) 197 Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) . 392 Indian Squill (Urginea indica) 421 Kousso (Hagenia abyssinica) . . 165 46 Arum (Arum maculatum) Asarum (Asarum europaeum) . . . . gastrointestinal) GASTRITIS (See under Dizziness) G-8. 291 Ginseng (Panax ginseng) 346 Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) G-13. 743 Sweet Clover (Melilotus officinalis) . 248 Plantain (Musa paradisiaca) HEARING. 355 Jimson Weed (Datura stramonium) G-15. S28 Pleurisy Root (Asclepias tuberosa) G-20. 450 Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria majalis) . .. . . . . G-13. 493 Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) G-17. CUTANEOUS FLUSHING. . G-23. . . . 488 Male Fern (Dryopteris filix-mas) . G-5. 588 (See under Gastrointestinal disorders) GASTROINTESTINAL SYMPTOMS (See under Gastrointestinal disorders) Asa Foetida (Ferula foetida) 47 Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) .G-16. G-19. . 500 47 Asa Foetida (Ferula foetida) GIDDINESS (See under Distress. 202 Digitalis (Digitalis purpurea) G-10. . . . . SO Guaiac (Guaiacum officinale) . 427 Labrador Tea (Ledum latifolium) 451 Scarlet Pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) G-22. . 443 Labrador Tea (Ledum latifolium) 451 Nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus) G-18. 588 Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) Peyote r (Lophophora williamsii) HEADACHE G-17. . 783 Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) . . gastrointestinal) GASTRIC DISORDER Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) GENITAL SWELLING G-17. . John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) . G-23. . 92 Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus species) 177 Coffee (Coffea arabica) . 719 Strophanthus (Strophanthus Kombe) 736 Swamp Milkweed (Asclepias incarnata) . . G-23. 703 Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) G-25. 537 Onion (Allium cepa) G-19. 508 Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) G-17. G-24. 828 . 829 HEADACHE. 500 . G-S. MIGRAINE Periwinkle (Vinca minor) FRETFULNESS (See under Anxiety) GASTRIC DISCOMFORT 584 (See under Gastrointestinal disorders) GENITAL FUNCTION DISTURBANCES (See under Distress. . 609 Quassia (Picrasma excelsa) 622 Quebracho (Aspidosperma quebracho-bianco) 623 Squill (Urginea maritima) . . 369 Herb Paris (Paris quadrifolia) G-14.1-168/FLUSHING. AUDITORY Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) Peyote (Lophophora williamsii) HALLUCINATIONS. 597 Wormseed Oil (Chenopodium ambrosioides) G-26. 744 Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum) G-24. 668 Wormseed (Artemisia cina) 827 GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS GROIN PAIN Copaiba Balsam (Copaifera langsdorffi) HAIR DISCOLORATION 220 Trailing Arbutus (Epigae repens) HALLUCINATIONS 768 Indian-Hemp (Apocynum cannabinum) 418 Kava Kava (Piper methysticum) G-15. 500 .G-17. . . CUTANEOUS GASTROINTESTINAL UPSET PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Digitalis Lanata (Digitalis lanata) 250 European Mistletoe (Viscum album) G-11.G-19. . VISUAL G-17. 515 Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) G-18. 450 526 GINGIVITIS Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) Kousso (Hagenia abyssinica) Mountain Flax (Linum catharticum) GASTROENTERITIS Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) GLOSSONCUS G-8. 165 . G-26. 475 Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) G-16. G-25. . G-9. . G-20. . 557 Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla pratensis) 572 Seneca Snakeroot (Polygala senega) 683 Solomon's Seal (Polygonatum multiflorum) G-22. 436 Peyote (Lophophora williamsii) . . 375 Jalap (Ipomoea purga) G-IS. . 588 Yage (Banisteriopsis caapi) 833 HALLUCINATIONS. 717 St. S98 Poppyseed (Papaver somniferum) . G-19.48 Birthwort (Aristolochia clematitis) . . 751 Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) 770 Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) .

SIDE EFFECTS INDEX HEAT INTOLERANCE HYPOTENSION / 1 . . . 495 Aloe (Aloe barbadensis. . G-20. 16 G-8.1 6 9 Mandrake (Mandragora officinarum) HEMATURIA G-17. . 16 Buckthorn (Rhamnus catharticus) . . . 337 Golden Ragwort (Senecio aureus) 354 Groundsel (Senecio vulgaris) . 317 HYPERDIPSIA Khat (Catha edulis) HYPERTRIGLYCERIDEMIA Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) HYPOGLYCEMIA G-23. 92 . 744 Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum) G-24. 212 HYPERTHERMIA (See under Jaundice) HEPATIC ADENOMA (See under Urticaria) HYPERACIDITY Khat (Catha edulis) 447 Poppyseed (Papaver somniferum) . 629 Sweet Clover (Melilotus officinalis) . 751 Tonka Beans (Dipteryx odorata) 767 Trailing Arbutus (Epigae repens) 768 Uva-Ursi (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi) G-25. . Aloe vera) Celandine (Chelidonium majus) Sandalwood (Santalum album) HEMIPARESIS G-3. . 16 Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) . . 508 HYPERALDOSTERONISM Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus) Kelp (Laminaria hyperborea) HYPERTONIA 106 . . . . 446 447 HYPERTHYROIDISM. 513 Buckthorn (Rhamnus catharticus) . 209 Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) . Aloe capensis. 339 HYPERTENSION Broad Bean (Vicia faba) Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) Yohimbe Bark (Pausinystalia yohimbe) HYPERTENSION. 469 G-ie. 165 Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) 261 Ginger (Zingiber officinale) . . G-3. G-9. .48 120 120 Asarum (Asarum europaeum) HEMOGLOBINURIA Broad Bean (Vicia faba) HEMOLYSIS Broad Bean (Vicia faba) HEMOLYTIC ICTERUS Pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium) 579 Petasites (Petasites hybridus) G-19. 316 Germander (Teucrium chamaedrys) . 779 Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) . PORTAL 120 G-16. Aloe vera) G-3. . impaired) HEPATOTOXICITY Coffee (Coffea arabica) . G-5. 114 Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8. GENERAL Aloe (Aloe barbadensis. . . . .. . 153 Chinese Rhubarb (Rheum palmatum) G-8. 376 (See under Dipsesis) HYPEREXCITABILITY Cola (Cola acuminata) HYPERGLYCEMIA Khat (Catha edulis) HYPERPYREXIA 205 447 (See under Fever) HYPERSALIVATION (See under Sialism) HYPERSENSITIVITY REACTIONS. ISS Frangula (Rhamnus frangula) G-12. 169 659 . 374 Hemp Agrimony (Eupatorium cannabinum) G-13. G-6. . 123 Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana) . . 369 Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) G-17. 13 Alpine Cranberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea) .G-12. G-6. G-24. 153 Chinese Rhubarb (Rheum palmatum) G-8. EXACERBATION OF Alkanet (Alkanna tinctoria) . . .G-12. . G-7. . . G-9. . . 609 HYPERTHYROIDISM Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) . G-9. . 212 Dusty Miller (Senecio bicolor) 258 Forgbt-Me-Not (Myosotis arvensis) G-12. 741 Guar Gum (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) HYPOKALEMIA . 821 HIVES Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) G-8. Aloe capensis. 488 843 Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) . G-3. 317 Senna (Cassia senna) G-22. . Aloe capensis. 585 Ragwort (Senecio jacobaea) G-20. 20 Alpine Ragwort (Senecio nemorensis) 21 Borage (Borago officinalis) . . G-9. Aloe vera) G-3. 123 Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana) . 684 HYPOTENSION Aloe (Aloe barbadensis. G-e. . IMPAIRED (See under Liver function. . 212 HEPATIC FUNCTION TESTS. . . . . G-26. 388 Mercury Herb (Mercurialis annua) G-17. . 165 Colt's Foot (Tussilago farfara) G-9. G-7. . . 185 Frangula (Rhamnus frangula) G-12. . 202 Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) G-13.

.G-17. 500 G-18. .146 Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana) . Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus species) Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) . 745 MASTALGIA (See under Mastodynia) MASTODYNIA KIDNEY DISORDERS. . ORAL 3 G-3. GASTROINTESTINAL Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) 631 IRRITATION. 202 Cola (Cola acuminata) 205 Copaiba Balsam (Copaifera langsdorffi) 220 Ginseng (Panax ginseng) 346 Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) G-13. . 425 Pontian Rhododendron (Rhododendron ponticum) . G-6.1-170 /HYPOTENSION Jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus) G-IS. HEPATIC (See under Irritation. 153 Beth Root (Trillium erectum) MENTAL DEPRESSION G-4. Aloe capensis. 606 HYPOTHERMIA PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) IRRITATION G-13. . . 81 (See under Stomatitis) INSOMNIA Tonka Beans (Dipteryx odorata) LIVER FUNCTION. sos Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens) . so G-8. G-24. SWELLING INFECTION. 389 . 783 Yohimbe Bark (Pausinystalia yohimbe) 843 INTOXICATION. 212 LIPS. SKIN AND SOFT TISSUE Germander (Teucrium chamaedrys) . local) Acacia (Acacia arabica) Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) Rhatany (Krameria triandra) White Bryony (Bryonia alba) INFLAMMATION. . 641 ITCHING (See under Pruritus) JAUNDICE Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) . 337 JAUNDICE. . 528 IRRITABILITY Coffee (Coffea arabica) G-9. 143 Labrador Tea (Ledum latifolium) 451 Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) G-IS. CHANGES G-5. 488 . . 369 Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) G-16. . G-9.G-12. CHOLESTATIC Asa Foetida (Ferula foetida) LIVER DAMAGE 47 (See under Hepatotoxicity) G-25. . 16 Jimson Weed (Datura stramonium) G-15. G-25. 212 LESIONS. SKIN 466 Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) INDIGESTION Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) . 513 G-22. . G-5. 369 G-16. Mercury Herb (Mercurialis annua) Scotch Pine (Pinus species) Tolu Balsam (Myroxylon balsamum) . . 83 Buckthorn (Rhamnus catharticus) . 241 Wormseed (Artemisia cina) 827 LARYNGITIS Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) ICTERUS Marijuana (Cannabis sativa) LARYNGOSPASM G-17. G-9. . IMPAIRED 767 Coffee (Coffea arabica) . . . Aloe vera) MANIC BEHAVIOR G-3. 74 (See under Depression) MICTURITION DISTURBANCES Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) G-14. . soo Bishop's Weed (Ammi Visnaga) KIDNEY DAMAGE LIVER FUNCTION. . STATE OF Birth wort (Aristolochia clematitis) . 10 . . EXACERBATION OF Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) KIDNEY IRRITATION G-14. . 508 Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) . . G-9. 436 Sweet Gale (Myrica gale) . 165 177 . 764 Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) . G-9. G-9. 674 G-24. LOCAL 196 691 Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus species) LEGS. . . 202 Bitter Apple (Citrullus colocynthis) G-S. . 403 Ginseng (Panax ginseng) MENSTRUAL IRREGULARITIES 346 Camphor Tree (Cinnamomum camphora) G-7. 212 MALIGNANCY Aloe (Aloe barbadensis. 488 Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) G-17. . G-9.. 123 Cane-Reed (Costus speciosa) . G-7. WEAKNESS 177 280 Coca (Erythroxylum coca) IMPOTENCE 197 Ergot (Claviceps purpurea) LESIONS. . 212 G-17. 521 (See under Jaundice) IMMUNOSUPPRESSION Club Moss (Lycopodium clavatum) Short Buchu (Barosma betulina) IRRITATION. .

DRY {See under Myasthenia) MUTAGENICITY Basil {Ocimum basilicum) . G-8. 602 Spurge {Euphorbia resinifera) . 783 American Liverleaf {Hepatica nobilis) Bitter Apple {Citrullus colocynthis) Bulbous Buttercup {Ranunculus bulbosus) Rauwolfia {Rauwolfia serpentina) 26 NAUSEA 631 G-5. 56i Poisonous Buttercup {Ranunculus sceleratus) . G-3. G-9. 26i Elephant-Ears {Bergenia crassifolia) 268 Ergot {Claviceps purpurea) 280 Eucalyptus {Eucalyptus globulus) . 212 Madder {Rubia tinctorum) . . 169 Colchicum {Colchicum autumnale) . 495 Scopolia (Scopolia carniolica) . 74 Black Hellebore {Helleborus niger) G-5. . . 64 Comfrey {Symphytum officinale) . . 800 MUSCLE CRAMP Brewer's Yeast {Saccharomyces cerevisiae) .. muscular) G-5. G-17. . 83 128 Alpine Cranberry {Vaccinium vitis-idaea) . 20 American Pawpaw {Asimina triloba) 27 Angostura {Galipea officinalis) 34 Beth Root {Trillium erectum) G-4. 521 Mountain Laurel {Kalmia latifolia) G-IS. 528 MUSCLE PITCHING {See under Fasciculations) MUSCLE WEAKNESS Celandine {Chelidonium majus) G-8.118 Cocoa {Theobroma cacao) . G-ie. G-9. 450 Lily-of-the-Valley {Convallaria majalis) . 146 Celandine {Chelidonium majus) G-8. . . . G-14.. . 376 Herb Paris {Paris quadrifolia) G-14. . 769 MUCOUS MEMBRANE. . . 67i MIGRAINE. . 194 Elecampane {Inula helenium) G-10. G-9. AGGRAVATED NAUSEA /I-171 Buttercup {Ranunculus acris) . . . 199 MIOSIS Herb Paris {Paris quadrifolia) MOTOR SKILLS. 97 G-IS. 490 MYALGIA {See under Xerostomia) MUCOUS MEMBRANE IRRITANT Chaulmoogra {Hydnocarpus species) Ergot {Claviceps purpurea) MYASTHENIA 177 280 Arum {Arum maculatum) 46 Hedge-Hyssop {Gratiola officinalis) G-13. . 528 . .133 Clematis {Clematis recta) . 206 Cranesbill {Geranium maculatum) 233 Cyclamen {Cyclamen europaeum) 240 Echinacea Angustifolia {Echinacea angustifolia) 26i Echinacea Pallida {Echinacea pallida) 261 Echinacea Purpurea {Echinacea purpurea) .. . 408 Marsh Marigold {Caltha palustris) G-17. . 283 Guar Gum {Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) . G-11. G-18.. .. . UNPLEASANT {See under Cramping. 385 Horseradish {Armoracia rusticana) . . . . 496 Monkshood {Aconitum napellus) G-i8. . 475 Ma-Huang {Ephedra sinica) G-ie. 425 Jalap {Ipomoea purga) G-15.SIDE EFFECTS INDEX Mandrake (Mandragora officinarum) G-17. 601 White Bryony {Bryonia alba) G-25.G-10. 503 Poke {Phytolacca americana) . . 8 63i Aga {Amanita muscaria) Rauwolfia {Rauwolfia serpentina) Black Hellebore {Helleborus niger) Mountain Laurel {Kalmia latifolia) MOUTH. 528 Henbane {Hyoscyamus niger) Mandrake {Mandragora officinarum) Valerian {Valeriana officinalis) NASAL CONGESTION G-14. G-20. 97 Broad Bean {Vicia faba) 120 Butcher's Broom {Ruscus aculeatus) G-7. G-20. 493 Manna {Fraxinus ornus) . 351 Green Hellebore {Helleborus viridis) 368 Horse Chestnut {Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. . .543 MOUTH. . 403 Orris {Iris species) G-19. BURNING MOUTH SENSATIONS. G-17. . 242 Night-Blooming Cereus {Selenicereus grandiflorus) . IMPAIRMENT G-14.. . 392 G-3. 169 Croton Seeds {Croton tiglium) 234 Cypress Spurge {Euphorbia cyparissias) . . 266 Globe Flower {Trollius europaeus) G-12. 427 Kousso {Hagenia abyssinica) . . 389 G-17. . . 392 Indian-Hemp {Apocynum cannabinum) 418 Ipecac {Cephaelis ipecacuanha) 423 Jaborandi {Pilocarpus microphyllus) G-IS. 495 ' G-25. . G-4. IRRITATION OF Mountain Laurel {Kalmia latifolia) MYDRIASIS . G-ie. G-8. 488 Male Fern {Dryopteris filix-mas) . 716 Traveller's Joy {Clematis vitalba) G-25. . 132 Cane-Reed {Costus speciosa) .

. CUTANEOUS White Mustard {Sinapis alba) NERVOUSNESS G-25. G-7. 515 G-21. 663 G-25.G-4. STOMACH {See under Stomachache) PAIN. UTERINE Aloe {Aloe barbadensis. 571 Pimpinella {Pimpinella major) G-19. 828 PARALYSIS. 500 {See under Diaphoresis) PHOTODERMATOSIS Cocoa {Theobroma cacao) . 199 PAIN. 508 PANCREATIC DISEASE. 185 Frangula {Rhamnus frangula) G-12. . 661 Stavesacre {Delphinium staphisagria) . soo 41 European Mistletoe {Viscum album) OVERSTIMULATION Marijuana {Cannabis sativa) G-11. . LIMB Arnica {Arnica montana) European Mistletoe {Viscwn album) NEPHRITIS Angelica {Angelica archangelica) . . 252 Parsley {Petroselinum crispum) . ie Buckthorn {Rhamnus catharticus) . . . 389 Mandrake {Mandragora officinarum) G-17. Aloe capensis. G-19. . 567 Rue {Ruta graveolens) G-21. . 668 {See under Myalgia) PAIN. . 317 I Parsnip {Pastinaca sativa) . . 591 Rue {Ruta graveolens) G-21. 38 Chaulmoogra {Hydnocarpus species) 177 Labrador Tea {Ledum latifolium) 451 Mercury Herb {Mercurialis annua) G-17. . G-9. SI G-5.1-172 /NAUSEA PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES NERVE DAMAGE PANIC Myrtle {Myrtus communis) . . 805 Yohimbe Bark {Pausinystalia yohimbe) PARALYSIS 843 Ginseng {Panax ginseng) NEUROTOXICITY 346 Cayenne {Capsicum annuum) NUMBNESS. 671 OLIGURIA Areca Nut {Areca catechu) . 165 280 Ergot {Claviceps purpurea) OBSTIPATION Green Tea {Camellia sinensis) G-13. G-6. 291 PERSPIRATION G-17.. . . 726 Strophanthus {Strophanthus Kombe) 736 Trailing Arbutus {Epigae repens) 768 Tree of Heaven {Ailanthus altissima) 770 Uva-Ursi {Arctostaphylos uva-ursi) G-25. 719 PHOTOTOXICITY Quassia {Picrasma excelsa) PALPITATIONS 622 Coffee {Coffea arabica) . 495 Scopolia {Scopolia carniolica) . . 513 Wormseed Oil {Chenopodium ambrosioides) G-26. G-5. 86 G-7. 369 Henbane {Hyoscyamus niger) G-14. . 779 Yohimbe Bark {Pausinystalia yohimbe) 843 NECROSIS. G-i8. . MUSCLE Scarlet Pimpernel {Anagallis arvensis) NEPHROPATHY G-22. John's Wort {Hypericum perforatum) . G-10. 172 218 . 291 Black Cohosh {Cimicifuga racemosa) . . 536 Niauli {Melaleucea viridiflora) 542 Night-Blooming Cereus {Selenicereus grandiflorus) . 202 Green Tea {Camellia sinensis) G-13. 648 PHOTOSENSITIVITY G-11. 648 St. G-3. Aloe vera) G-3. 212 Bishop's Weed {Ammi Visnaga) Bitter Orange {Citrus aurantium) Burning Bush {Dictamnus albus) Celery {Apium graveolens) Contrayerva {Dorstenia contrayerva) G-5. SKIN G-5. 100 G-17. EPIGASTRIC {See under Distress. . G-9. . . 528 Broad Bean {Vicia faba) ORTHOSTATIC CIRCULATORY DISORDERS 120 PERCEPTION OF TIME AND SPACE. 123 Cascara Sagrada {Rhamnus purshiana) . UNSPECIFIED Comfrey {Symphytum officinale) . G-19. 32 Dill {Anethum graveolens) . 153 Chinese Rhubarb {Rheum palmatum) G-8. 130 G-8. 543 Sandalwood {Santalum album) 659 Sarsaparilla {Smilax species) G-21. 92 PAIN. 369 Mate {Ilex paraguariensis) G-17. . .G-23. ALTERATIONS IN Black Mustard {Brassica nigra) Mezereon {Daphne mezereum) Savin Tops {Juniperus sabina) White Bryony {Bryonia alba) NECROSIS. epigastric) PAIN. ABDOMINAL {See under Abdominal pain/cramps) PAIN. . FINGERS G-8. G-8. SPINAL CORD Pink Root {Spigelia marilandica) PARESTHESIA 594 Mountain Laurel {Kalmia latifolia) G-18. .

. . 37s Boneset {Eupatorium perfoliatum) . G-24. 764 Wafer Ash (Ptelea trifoliata) . ABNORMAL G-5. . 230 Cypress Spurge {Euphorbia cyparissias) . 626 Sandalwood {Santalum album) 659 Stavesacre {Delphinium staphisagria) . . 118 Cowhage {Mucuna pruriens) . . 90 Licorice {Glycyrrhiza glabra) PSYCHIATRIC DISTURBANCES G-16. 403 Night-Blooming Cereus {Selenicereus grandiflorus) . INCREASE {See under Sialism) SEDATION Henbane {Hyoscyamus niger) SEIZURES {See under Hypokalemia) PRURITUS Tolu Balsam {Myroxylon balsamum) . . . EXACERBATION OF Arnica {Arnica montand) 41 Brewer's Yeast {Saccharomyces cerevisiae) . . 756 Tobacco {Nicotiana tabacum) G-24. G-9. 543 Poppyseed {Papaver somniferum) . . 316 Rust-Red Rhododendron {Rhododendron ferrugineum) 650 Tansy {Tanacetum vulgare) G-24. DECREASE G-5.48 Chaste Tree {Vitex agnus-castus) G-8. 113 Cornflower {Centaurea cyanus) G-9. . . 764 PUSTULES. G-9. . 165 G-22. UNSPECIFIED Asarum {Asarum europaeum) . G-i9. . psychological) PULMONARY HYPERPLASIA Astragalus {Astragalus species) 54 {See under Thrombocytopenia) POISONOUS Comfrey {Symphytum officinale) . G-8. . 242 Ergot {Claviceps purpurea) 280 Horse Chestnut {Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. . G-20.G-20. 199 PULSE.48 Bitter Apple {Citrullus colocynthis) G-S. . . . 225 Gotu Kola {Centella asiatica) G-13. . G-6. . 143 RESTLESSNESS Squill {Urginea maritima) . . 684 Cypress Spurge {Euphorbia cyparissias) . UNSPECIFIED G-14. . 571 Tolu Balsam (Myroxylon balsamwn) . .G-16. 38 RENAL FAILURE Coca {Erythroxylum coca) PSYCHIC DEPENDENCE Cat's Claw {Unicaria tomentosa) RESPIRATORY DEPRESSION ieo Bitter Orange {Citrus aurantium) PLATELET. . . . G-9. 86 352 Evening Primrose {Oenothera biennis) SENSATION. 403 Kava Kava {Piper methysticum) G-15. 443 PURPURA {See under Sialism) SALIVATION. 717 PULSE. 83 European Water Hemlock {Cicuta virosa) G-11. . 800 RASH. . . . . 469 197 Areca Nut {Areca catechu) . 212 PULSE CHANGES RESPIRATORY DISORDERS. 176 Guaiac {Guaiacum officinale) . G-20. 242 Horse Chestnut {Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14.SIDE EFFECTS INDEX SENSITIVITY REACTIONS / I . . 298 {See under Paresthesia) SENSITIVITY REACTIONS {See under Fever) RASH Arnica {Arnica montand) 41 Asarum {Asarum europaeum) . PUSTULAR Black Bryony {Tamus communis) REFLEXES. 482 Masterwort (Peucedanum ostruthium) 507 Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) . 790 PIGMENTATION Quinine {Cinchona pubescens) . . FAST {See under Dysphoria) Cocoa {Theobroma cacao) . ABNORMAL G-11. 762 Wormwood Grass {Spigelia anthelmia) 831 POTASSIUM LOSS Camphor Tree {Cinnamomum camphora) G-7. . 609 White Bryony {Bryonia alba) G-25. 86 {See under Dependence. 754 Taumelloolch {Lolium temulentum) G-24. 609 Bitter Orange {Citrus aurantium) Goa Powder {Andira ararobd) PYREXIA G-S. IRREGULAR RHINITIS Psyllium {Plantago ovata) Indian Squill {Urginea indica) PUPIL ENLARGEMENT RHINOCONJUNCTIVITIS 612 421 Cayenne {Capsicum annuum) Senna {Cassia senna) SALIVATION G-8. 359 .G-4. G-23. .1 7 3 Haronga (Haronga madagascariensis) 380 Hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) G-14. 297 Fool's Parsley {Aethusa cynapium) G-12. 726 PSEUDOALDOSTERONISM Poppyseed {Papaver somniferum) . . . G-24. 389 {See under Convulsions) SEIZURES. . 396 Lovage {Levisticum officinale) . .

. 754 SKIN. . 143 Cashew (Anacardium occidentale) G-7. 711 . . 242 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) . . . 388 Iceland Moss (Cetraria islandica) 415 Ipecac {Cephaelis ipecacuanha) 423 SERUM ELECTROLYTE CHANGES PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Boneset (Eupatorium petfoliatum) . 515 Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) G-18.G-17. . G-4. G-8. G-7. 400 Hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens) . . . . 388 Hops (Humulus lupulus) . 113 Burdock (Arctium lappa) . 663 Scotch Pine (Pinus species) G-22.1-174/SENSITIVITY REACTIONS Hemp Agrimony (Eupatorium cannabinum) G-13. 157 Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus species) 177 Chinese Olive (Canarium species) 184 Clematis (Clematis recta) . 44 Birch (Betula species) G-5. 128 Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis) G-7. . 530 Nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus) G-18. 195 Cowhage (Mucuna pruriens) . 242 Elecampane (Inula helenium) G-IO. . . 78 Black Bryony (Tamus communis) G-5. 107 Croton Seeds (Croton tiglium) Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) SKIN.G-24. 607 Savin Tops (Juniperus sabina) G-21. 133 Camphor Tree (Cinnamomum camphora) G-7. 503 Mayapple (Podophyllum peltatum) . 306 Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) .G-14. G-8. G-8. . . 243 Jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus) G-i5. 266 English Ivy (Hedera helix) G-IO. G-12. REDUCTION (See under Hypokalemia) SERUM TRIGLYCERIDE. sei Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla pratensis) 572 Poisonous Buttercup (Ranunculus sceleratus) . G-20. 450 Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) G-17. 701 Spikenard (Aralia racemosa) G-23. ELEVATION (See under Hypertriglyceridemia) SHAKING (See under Tremors) SHIVERING (See under Tremors) SIALISM Areca Nut (Areca catechu) .G-11. . . . G-22. . . 351 Goa Powder (Andira araroba) 352 Indian Squill (Urginea indica) 421 Jack-in-the-Pulpit (Arisaema atrorubens) 426 Marsh Marigold (Caltha palustris) G-17. 663 Stavesacre (Delphinium staphisagria) . IRRITATION OF 234 466 American Hellebore (Veratrum viride) 25 American Liverleaf (Hepatica nobilis) 26 Artichoke (Cynara scolymus) G-4. 190 Croton Seeds (Croton tiglium) 234 Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias) . . 726 Yohimbe Bark (Pausinystalia yohimbe) 843 SIALORRHEA (See under Sialism) SIALOSIS (See under Sialism) SKIN ERUPTIONS Croton Seeds (Croton tiglium) Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias) SKIN. 194 Clove (Syzygium aromaticum) . 413 Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) 466 Nerve Root (Cypripedium calceolus) 541 Pipsissewa (Chimaphila umbellata) 595 Poplar (Populus species) .230 Croton Seeds (Croton tiglium) 234 Globe Flower (Trollius europaeus) G-12. . . .G-6. . G-9. 537 Orris (Iris species) G-19. . . 510 Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) G-IS. . . 44 G-6. . . G-14. . . 158 Chicory (Cichorium intybus) G-8. . . . 528 Quebracho (Aspidosperma quebracho-bianco) 623 Stavesacre (Delphinium staphisagria) . ERUPTIONS OF 234 . eoi Savin Tops (Juniperus sabina) G-21. 342 Hemp Agrimony (Eupatorium cannabinum) G-i3. 181 Chinese Cinnamon (Cinnamomum aromaticum) . 90 Bulbous Buttercup (Ranunculus bulbosus) 128 Buttercup (Ranunculus acris) .543' SKIN REACTIONS Arnica (Arnica montana) Artichoke (Cynara scolymus) Blessed Thistle (Cnicus benedictus) 4i G-4. G-20. G-9. BURNING OF {See under Electrolyte imbalance) SERUM POTASSIUM. 182 Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) . 97 Daffodil (Narcissus pseudonarcissus) . . 425 Kousso (Hagenia abyssinica) . 674 Soapwort (Saponaria officinalis) . . 275 Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) . . . 38 Black Hellebore (Helleborus niger) G-5. 726 Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) .

807 Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) SWEATING G-IS. 143 Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) . . COMPULSIVE Kava Kava (Piper methysticum) SLEEP DISTURBANCES Jimson Weed (Datura stramonium) G-15. 38 Black Hellebore (Helleborus niger) G-5. . 528 Soybean (Glycine soja) . . 97 Copaiba Balsam (Copaifera langsdorffi) 220 Cyclamen (Cyclamen europaeum) 240 Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) G-17. 515 Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) G-14. 6 8 4 SPASM. 716 G-23. 726 G-14. G-9. 100 (See under Drowsiness) SPASM. 729 G-25. 744 Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum) G-24. . . 707 Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) SWELLING. . . Cola (Cola acuminata) European Five-Finger Grass (Potentilla reptans) Henna (Lawsonia inermis) . . 7Si Wormseed (Artemisia cina) 827 SWEAT GLAND DISORDER Scopolia (Scopolia carniolica) SWEAT. 528 (See under Diaphoresis) SWEATING. . 1 2 3 Cascara Sagrada (Rhamnus purshiana) . . . . . . G-12. 86 G-17. 515 Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) G-IS. 66i Celandine (Chelidonium majus) G-8. . TONIC-CLONIC STOMATITIS Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) STOMATITIS. 242 Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria majalis) . Stillingia (Stillingia sylvatica) Traveller's Joy (Clematis vitalba) White Bryony (Bryonia alba) White Mustard (Sinapis alba) SKIN. .G-16. . . 188 G-9.G-24. . YELLOWING Camphor Tree (Cinnamomum camphora) G-7. . 199 (See under Drowsiness) SLEEPLESSNESS (See under Insomnia) SNEEZING Black Mustard (Brassica nigra) SOMNOLENCE G-5. 805 Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) Stavesacre (Delphinium staphisagria) SKIN. G-22. 443 STOMACH COMPLAINTS G-15. G-5. 389 . . 828 SPASM. . . eio G-21. 1 8 5 Digitalis Lanata 250 (Digitalis lanata) Frangula (Rhamnus frangula) . . . . UNSPECIFIED G-14. 515 officinalis) G-15. NASAL . COLD . G-7. 515 Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) G-IS. 389 (See under Nasal congestion) Hyssop (Hyssopus STUPOR G-17. G-6. GENERALIZED Brazilian Pepper Tree (Schinus terebinthifolius) Butcher's Broom (Ruscus aculeatus) Chives (Allium schoenoprasum) . 3 1 7 Senna (Cassia senna) . . 391 G-20. 515 Tolu Balsam (Myroxyion balsamum) . GASTROINTESTINAL Birthwort (Aristolochia clematitis) . 1 5 3 ' Chinese Rhubarb (Rheum palmatum) . . G-4. 769 G-25. . 289 G-14. 800 G-25. . G-8. 342 Labrador Tea (Ledum latifolium) 451 Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) G-17. 202 205 G-11. 528 Wormseed Oil (Chenopodium ambrosioides) G-26. 132 G-8. ULCERATIVE G-17. G-12. 664 775 G-25. 389 Bitter Orange (Citrus aurantium) Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) TACHYARRHYTHMIA G-3. 8 0 Buckthorn {Rhamnus catharticus) . 414 726 SPEECH.SIDE EFFECTS INDEX TACHYARRHYTHMIA /I-175 Spurge (Euphorbia resinifera) Squill (Urginea maritima) . Potentilla (Potentilla anserina) Sarsaparilla (Smilax species) Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens) Turmeric (Curcuma domestica) White Willow (Salix species) STOMACHACHE 117 G-7. . . .. . . 764 STOOL URGENCY Stavesacre (Delphinium staphisagria) STUFFINESS. . 169 Croton Seeds (Croton tiglium) 234 Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias) . .G-24. . 717 . . G-22. . 475 Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) G-17. REDDENING . . 436 Cocoa (Theobroma SLEEPINESS cacao) G-8. 515 Quebracho (Aspidosperma quebracho-bianco) 623 Strophanthus (Strophanthus Kombe) 736 Sweet Clover (Melilotus officinalis) . DECREASED Areca Nut (Areca catechu) . 67i G-21. Coffee (Coffea arabica) . .

GASTRIC G-5.1 7 6 /TACHYCARDIA TACHYCARDIA TINGLING. 126 TREMORS Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) TINGLING. . CUTANEOUS Ergot (Claviceps purpurea) 280 Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) G-16. 726 URINE. . 495 Mezereon {Daphne mezereum) G-17. . 16 Asarum (Asarum europaeum) . UNSPECIFIED Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) 466 URINARY TRACT IRRITATION Bugleweed (Lycopus virginicus) TINGLING (See under Tremors) G-6. . 97 Stavesacre (Delphinium staphisagria) . . 488 Aloe (Aloe barbadensis. 601 Sarsaparilla (Smilax species) G-21.48 TONGUE. 351 Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla pratensis) 572 Poisonous Buttercup (Ranunculus sceleratus) . SWELLING (See under Hyperthermia) TERATOGENICITY (See under Glossoncus) G-15. 194 Globe Flower (Trollius europaeus) G-12. 726 THROMBOCYTOPENIA Quinine (Cinchona pubescens) . 521 Areca Nut (Areca catechu) . MALIGNANT Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) G-i8. G-4. G-8. . . 769 Wood Anemone (Anemone nemorosa) 824 URINARY URGENCY Stavesacre (Delphinium staphisagria) . Aloe vera) TONGUE. 38 Copaiba Balsam (Copaifera langsdorffi) 220 Poppyseed (Papaver somniferum) . 521 Wormseed Oil (Chenopodium ambrosioides) G-26. 66i Traveller's Joy (Clematis vitalba) G-25. . 756 Tulip Tree (Liriodendron tulipifera) 774 White Hellebore (Veratrum album) G-25.1 . . . 100 G-8. 828 TIREDNESS Black Mustard (Brassica nigra) Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) ULCERS. 626 THROMBOPENIA (See under Thrombocytopenia) THYROID GLAND ENLARGEMENT American Hellebore (Veratrum viride) 25 Bitter Candytuft (Iberis amara) 84 Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) . . 316 Nux Vomica (Strychnos nux vomica) . . PRESENCE OF RBC'S Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) TINGLING. . 841 TREMBLING (See under Micturition disturbances) URINARY TRACT DISORDER. G-20. . TOES PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S ULCERS. 228 Fool's Parsley (Aethusa cynapium) G-12. MOUTH (See under Tremors) 770 TRIGLYCERIDES. 38 American Pawpaw (Asimina triloba) 27 . 133 Clematis (Clematis recta) . 803 Yew (Taxus baccata) G-26. THIRST 523 (See under Dipsesis) THROAT IRRITATION Black Hellebore (Helleborus niger) G-5. 521 Areca Nut (Areca catechu) . 427 TOXICITY. 521 Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) TINGLING. . G-18. 609 Yohimbe Bark (Pausinystalia yohimbe) 843 TREMULOUSNESS American Liverleaf (Hepatica nobilis) 26 Bulbous Buttercup (Ranunculus bulbosus) 128 Buttercup (Ranunculus acris) . LIMBS G-is. G-20. 339 UNCONSCIOUSNESS (See under Fatigue) TISSUE DAMAGE (See under Consciousness. . 547 Taumelloolch (Lolium temulentum) G-24. Aloe capensis. 488 572 Jalap (Ipomoea purga) . 488 Mandrake (Mandragora officinarum) G-17. G-4. 515 Yohimbe Bark (Pausinystalia yohimbe) 843 TACHYPHYLAXIS Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) TINNITUS G-18. . UNSPECIFIED Lesser Celandine (Ranunculus ficaria) Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) Pasque Flower (Pulsatilla pratensis) URINARY FREQUENCY 466 G-16. loss of) URINARY DISTURBANCES Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) TEMPERATURE ELEVATION G-16. . INCREASE (See under Hematuria) URTICARIA (See under Hypertriglyceridemia) TUMORS. FINGERS G-i8.G-12. 165 Ginger (Zingiber officinale) . . G-20. . BURNING G-3. Morning Glory (Ipomoea hederacea) . .

283 Frangula (Rhamnus frangula) G-12. 392 Horse Chestnut (Aesculus < hippocastanum) G-14. 192 Coffee (Coffea arabica) . . 779 Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) .6-23. 729 Strophanthus (Strophanthus Kombe) 736 Swamp Milkweed (Asclepias incarnata) . sei. 528 Chaulmoogra (Hydnocarpus species) 177 Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) G-14. 695 Snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis) . sos Mezereon (Daphne mezereum) G-17.G-25. .. . 838 Yohimbe Bark (Pausinystalia yohimbe) 843 VOMITING. 8 Alpine Cranberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea) . 598 Simaruba (Simaruba amara) . 92 Black Hellebore (Helleborus niger) G-5. . . . . . . . DOUBLE (See under Diplopia) VISION. . . 317 Gamboge (Garcinia hanburyi) G-12. 20 Angostura (Galipea officinalis) 34 Birthwort (Aristolochia clematitis) . . 403 Wormseed (Artemisia cina) 827 VOMITING Aga (Amanita muscaria) G-3. . BLOODY Arum (Arum maculatum) WATER RETENTION 46 (See under Edema) .1 7 7 Brewer's Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) . 764 VERTIGO Broad Bean (Vicia faba) Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) Quebracho (Aspidosperma quebracho-bianco) VESTIBULAR DISTURBANCES 120 G-13. 536 Niauli (Melaleucea viridiflora) 542 Night-Blooming Cereus (Selenicereus grandiflorus) . 242 Daffodil (Narcissus pseudonarcissus) . SO Bitter Apple (Citrullus colocynthis) G-5. 717 Stillingia (Stillingia sylvatica) . 616 Tolu Balsam (Myroxylon balsamum) . 202 Colchicum (Colchicum autumnale) . . 325 Ginseng (Panax ginseng) 346 Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) G-13. 521 Mountain Flax (Linum catharticum) 526 Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) G-IS. . G-9. 52s Myrtle (Myrtus communis) . .. G-9. 169 Cinquefoil (Potentilla erecta) G-8. TEMPORARY LOSS OF Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) VISUAL DISTURBANCES G-IS. 493 Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) G-17. . . . 743 Trailing Arbutus (Epigae repens) 768 Uva-Ursi (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi) . 515 Monkshood (Aconitum napellus) G-18.. 83 Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) . G-17. 403 Indian Squill (Urginea indica) 421 Indian-Hemp (Apocynum cannabinum) 418 Ipecac (Cephaelis ipecacuanha) 423 Jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus) G-15. . Pleurisy Root (Asclepias tuberosa) G-20.SIDE E F F E C T S INDEX WATER R E T E N T I O N / 1 . . G-24. CHANGES (See under Visual disturbances) VISION. G-5. 206 Colombo (Jateorhiza palmata) 208 Cranesbill (Geranium maculatum) 233 Croton Seeds (Croton tiglium) 234 Cyclamen (Cyclamen europaeum) 240 Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias) . 369 Herb Paris (Paris quadrifolia) G-14. . G-10. . 829 Yellow Dock (Rumex crispus) 835 Yellow Jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens) . . G-26. . . G-23. . 243 Digitalis (Digitalis purpurea) G-10. 700 Squill (Urginea maritima) . . . 425 Labrador Tea (Ledum latifolium) 451 Lily-of-the-Valley (Convallaria majalis) . 118 Psyllium (Plantago ovata) 612 Psyllium Seed (Plantago afra) G-20. G-11. .543 Orris (Iris species) G-19. 261 Elephant-Ears (Bergenia crassifolia) 268 Ergot (Claviceps purpurea) 280 Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) . . G-3. . 369 623 Yohimbe Bark (Pausinystalia yohimbe) VISION ABNORMALITIES 843 (See under Visual disturbances) VISION. . 248 Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea angustifolia) 261 Echinacea Pallida (Echinacea pallida) 26i Echinacea Purpurea (Echinacea purpurea) . 475 Ma-Huang (Ephedra sinica) G-16. G-IS. 97 Black Root (Leptandra virginica) 104 Brazilian Pepper Tree (Schinus terebinthifolius) 117 I Broad Bean (Vicia faba) 120 Celandine (Chelidonium majus) G-8. . G-S. . G-16. .. 488 Male Fern (Dryopteris filix-mas) . . G-9. .

90 Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) G-14. 838 4| * . 389 .1-178 /WEAKNESS WEAKNESS PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES European Mistletoe (Viscum album) XEROSTOMIA (See under Asthenia) WHEALS G-11. . 291 Mandrake (Mandragora officinarum) Yellow Jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens) G-17. 495 Black Bryony (Tamus communis) G-S. . .

under a bold-face herb entry you '11 find a list of potentially interactive drugs. Likewise. A description of the interaction's effect follows each item in the list. Under each bold-face drug entry you '11 find a list of the herbs with which the agent may interact. Information on each herb appears in the Herbal Monographs section of this book. Further information on each drug can be found in Physicians' Desk Reference®. ADONIS ALKALINE DRUGS ALOE VERA Calcium (Increases action Digoxin (Increases action Glucocorticoids (Increases action Laxatives (Increases action Quinidine (Increases action Saluretics (Increases action ADONIS VERNAL/S of Adonis) of Adonis) of Adonis) of Adonis) of Adonis) of Adonis) Green Tea (Decreased absorption of alkaline drugs due to tannin component in tea) Oak (Absorption of alkaline drugs may be reduced or inhibited) ALKALOIDS {See under Aloe) ALPHA ADRENERGIC BLOCKERS Saw Palmetto (Saw Palmetto has an additive alpha adrenergic blocking effect when given in combination with alpha blockers) ALPINE CRANBERRY Oak (Absorption of alkaloids may be reduced or inhibited) ALOE Medication and Food that Increase Uric Acid Levels (Decreases effect of Alpine Cranberry) AMANTADINE HYDROCHLORIDE {See under Adonis) AESCULUS HIPPOCASTANUM {See under Horse Chestnut) ALCOHOL German Chamomile (May increase sedative effect) Rauwolfia (Increases impairment of motor skills) Valerian (Additive depressive effects with Valerian) White Willow (Enhances toxicity of salicylates) Antiarrhythmics (Aloe-induced hypokalemia may affect cardiac rhythm) Cardiac Glycosides (Increases effect of cardiac glycosides) Corticosteroids (Increased potassium loss) Licorice (Increased potassium loss) Thiazide Diuretics (Increased potassium loss) ALOE BARBADENSIS Belladonna (Increases anticholinergic effect of herb) Henbane (Increased anticholinergic action) Scopolia (Increased effect when given simultaneously with herb) ANDROGENS Saw Palmetto (Saw Palmetto antagonizes the effect of androgens) ANTIARRHYTHMICS {See under Aloe) ALOE CAPENSIS {See under Aloe) Aloe (Aloe-induced hypokalemia may affect cardiac rhythm) .1-17 Drug/Herb Interactions Guide This section catalogs potentially adverse drug/herb combinations by both the generic name of the drug or drug category and the accepted common name of the herb.

caution should be observed when used concurrently) Warfarin Sodium (Increases prothrombin time. constipation. salicylates and other drugs with anticoagulant properties) ANTICONVULSANTS Cayenne (Decreased bioavailability of aspirin) Feverfew (Increased antithrombotic effect) ASTRAGALUS Hypoglycemic Drugs (Herb may have an additive hypoglycemic effect when taken with other hypoglycemic drugs) BREWER'S YEAST MAO Inhibitors (Increase in blood pressure) BUCKTHORN Evening Primrose (Evening Primrose oil may lower seizure threshold and decrease effectiveness of anticonvulsant medications) ANTIHISTAMINES Anticoagulant drugs. unspecified (Astragalus may potentiate anticoagulant effects) Immunosuppressants (Decreased effectiveness of immunosuppressive effect due to immunostimulant effect of Astragalus) ASTRAGALUS SPECIES (See under Astragalus) ATROPA BELLADONNA (See under Belladonna) BARBITURATES Henbane (Increased anticholinergic action) ANTIHYPERTENSIVE AGENTS. unspecified (Coumarin component in Arnica may increase anticoagulant effect) Warfarin Sodium (Additive anticoagulant effect) ARNICA MONTANA (See under Arnica) ARTEMISIA ABSINTHIUM Salicylates (Increases prothrombin time. which may increase digoxin toxicity) Licorice Root (Increases hypokalemic effects) Thiazide Diuretics (Increases hypokalemic effects) BUGLEWEED Amantadine Hydrochloride (Increases anticholinergic effect of herb) Diagnostic Procedures Using Radioactive Isotopes (Herb interferes with these isotopes) Thyroid Preparations (Effect not specified) . UNSPECIFIED Yohimbe Bark (May need to adjust antihypertensive medications due to hypertensive effect of Yohimbe) Rauwolfia (Synergistic effect) White Willow (Enhances toxicity of salicylates) BELLADONNA Antiarrhythmics (Increased effect due to potassium loss with chronic use of herb) Cardiac Glycosides (Increased effect due to potassium loss with chronic use of herb) Corticosteroids (Increases hypokalemic effects) Digoxin (Herb may cause hypokalemia. and others) ANTICOAGULANT DRUGS. drowsiness. caution should be observed when used concurrently) BLADDERWRACK (See under Wormwood) ASPIRIN Arnica (Coumarin component in Arnica may increase anticoagulant effect) Astragalus (Astragalus may potentiate anticoagulant effects) Horse Chestnut (Horse Chestnut has a coumarin componant and may interact with warfarin.1-180 /ANTIARRHYTHMICS PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES ANTIPLATELET DRUGS Buckthorn (Increased effect due to potassium loss with chronic use of herb) Cascara Sagrada (Potentiates arrhythmias with prolonged use of Cascara) Licorice (Licorice-induced hypokalemia increases risk of arrhythmias) Senna (Senna-induced hypokalemia may increase risk of arrythmia) ANTICHOLINERGICS White Willow (Additive effect with salicylates) ANTITHROMBOLYTIC DRUGS Ginkgo (Increases effect of antithrombolytic drugs) ARCTOSTAPHYLOS UVA-URSI Quinidine (Increases anticholinergic effect of herb) Tricyclic Antidepressants (Increases anticholinergic effect of herb) BENZODIAZEPINES (See under Uva-Ursi) ARNICA German Chamomile (May increase sedative effect) BILBERRY Jimson Weed (Co-administration of Jimson Weed with other anticholinergic drugs may increase the frequency and/or severity of anticholinergic side effects such as dry mouth. UNSPECIFIED Anticoagulant drugs.

John's Wort (The herb induces the cytochrome P450 enzyme system and will lower cyclosporine serum levels) CYTISUS SCOPARIUS Aloe (Increases effect of cardiac glycosides) Buckthorn (Increased effect due to potassium loss with chronic use of herb) Cascara Sagrada (Increased effect due to potassium loss with chronic use of herb) Chinese Rhubarb (Increased effect due to potassium loss with chronic use of herb) Frangula (Increased effect due to potassium loss with chronic use of herb) Guarana (Increased effect due to potassium loss with chronic use of herb) Aspirin (Decreased bioavailability of aspirin) CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM STIMULANTS (See under Scotch Broom) DATURA STRAMONIUM (See under Jimson Weed) DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES USING RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES Ma-Huang (Ma-Huang has an additive effect on the CNS when combined with CNS stimulants) CHASTE TREE Bugleweed (Herb interferes with these isotopes) DIGITALIS Dopamine Antagonists (Decreased dopaminergic effect of herb) CHINESE RHUBARB Cardiac Glycosides (Increased effect due to potassium loss with chronic use of herb) Methylxanthines (Increases risk of cardiac arrhythmias) Phosphodiesterase Inhibitors (Increases risk of cardiac arrhythmias) .DRUG/HERB INTERACTIONS GUIDE CALCIUM DIGITALIS / I . unspecified (Herb can hinder (or decrease) resorption of other drugs) CONVALLARIA MAJALIS (See under Lily-of-the-Valley) CORTICOSTEROIDS (See under Cayenne) CARBONIC ANHYDRASE INHIBITORS (See under Senna) CASTOR OIL PLANT Aloe (Increased potassium loss) Buckthorn (Increases hypokalemic effects) Cascara Sagrada (Increases hypokalemic effect) Echinacea Angustifolia (Echinacea may potentially interfere with the anti-cancer chemotherapeutic effect of corticosteroids) CYCLOSPORINE White Willow (Potentiates action of salicylates) CARDIAC GLYCOSIDES Cardioactive Steroids (Increased effect due to potassium loss with chronic use of herb) CAYENNE St. which may increase digoxin toxicity) CINCHONA PUBESCENS (See under Quinine) COFFEA ARABICA (See under Papaya) CASCARA SAGRADA (See under Coffee) COFFEE Kombe Seed (Increases effects and side effects of herb) Oleander (Increased efficacy and side effects when given simultaneously with herb) Strophanthus (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) Strophanthus Gratus (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) CAMELLIA SINENSIS (See under Green Tea) CAPSICUM ANNUUM Antiarrhythmics (Potentiates arrhythmias with prolonged use of Cascara) Cardiac Glycosides (Increased effect due to potassium loss with chronic use of herb) Corticosteroids (Increases hypokalemic effect) Digoxin (Herb may cause hypokalemia. which may increase digoxin toxicity) Indomethacin (Decreases therapeutic effect of Cascara) Thiazide Diuretics (Increases hypokalemic effect) CASSIA SENNA Drugs.1 8 1 Adonis (Increases action of Adonis) Lily-of-the-Valley (Increases the effect of Lily-ofthe-Valley) Squill (Increases effectiveness and side effects of herb) CALCIUM SALTS Ma-Huang (Disturbance of heart rhythm) CARDIOACTIVE STEROIDS Castor Oil Plant (Increased effect due to potassium loss with chronic use of herb) CARICA PAPAYA Digoxin (Herb may cause hypokalemia.

which may increase digoxin toxicity) Quinine (Herb increases risk of thrombocytopenia) DRUGS. possibly increasing digoxin toxicity) DIOSCOREA VILLOSA ECHINACEA ANGUSTIFOLIA Corticosteroids (Echinacea may potentially interfere with the anti-cancer chemotherapeutic effect of corticosteroids) Immunosuppressants (The immune-stimulating effect of Echinacea may interfere with drugs that have immunosuppressant effects) EPHEDRA SINICA (See under Ma-Huang) ESTROGEN (See under Wild Yam) DIURETICS Methylxanthines (Risk of cardiac arrhythmias) Phosphodiesterase Inhibitors (Risk of cardiac arrhythmias) Quinidine (Risk of'cardiac arrhythmias) Sympathomimetic Agents (Risk of cardiac arrhythmias) DIGITALIS PURPUREA Kombe Seed (Increases effects and side effects of herb) DOPAMINE ANTAGONISTS Senna (Senna decreases estrogen levels when taken with estrogen supplements) Wild Yam (Additive effect) ETHANOL Chaste Tree (Decreased dopaminergic effect of herb) DRUGS THAT CAUSE THROMBOCYTOPENIA Yohimbe Bark (Increased anxiogenic effects) EVENING PRIMROSE (See under Digitalis) DIGOXIN Adonis (Increases action of Adonis) Buckthorn (Herb may cause hypokalemia. which may increase digoxin toxicity) Frangula (Herb may cause hypokalemia. UNSPECIFIED Anticonvulsants (Evening Primrose oil may lower seizure threshold and decrease effectiveness of anticonvulsant medications) FENUGREEK Coffee (Herb can hinder (or decrease) resorption of other drugs) Flax (Absorption of other drugs may be delayed when taken simultaneously) Niauli (Co-administration may result in decreased effect of drugs that undergo liver metabolism) Psyllium (Absorption of other drugs may be decreased if taken simultaneously with herb) Psyllium Seed (Absorption of other drugs may be decreased if taken simultaneously with herb) Hypoglycemic Drugs (Herb may have an additive hypoglycemic effect when taken with other hypoglycemic drugs) FEVERFEW Aspirin (Increased antithrombotic effect) Warfarin Sodium (Increased antithrombotic effect) FLAX Drugs. which may increase digoxin toxicity) Cascara Sagrada (Herb may cause hypokalemia.1-182/DIGITALIS PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Quinidine (Increases risk of cardiac arrhythmias) Sympathomimetic Agents (Increases risk of cardiac arrhythmias) DIGITALIS GLYCOSIDE PREPARATIONS Licorice (Licorice-induced hypokalemia increases risk of digitalis toxicity) Rauwolfia (Severe bradycardia when used in combination with digitalis glycosides) Senna (Senna-induced hypokalemia may increase toxicity of digitalis preparations) DIGITALIS LANATA Lily-of-the-Valley (Increases the effect of Lily-ofthe-Valley) Squill (Squill potentiates the positive inotropic and negative chronopic effects of digoxin) St. unspecified (Absorption of other drugs may be delayed when taken simultaneously) FRANGULA Cardiac Glycosides (Increased effect due to potassium loss with chronic use of herb) . John's Wort (Co-administration of the herb with digoxin has resulted in a significant decrease in the digoxin area under the curve) Uzara (Herb contains cardiac glycosides and may have additive effect when taken with digoxin. toxicity) Chinese Rhubarb (Herb may cause hypokalemia. which may increase digoxin. which may increase digoxin toxicity) Guarana (Herb may cause hypokalemia.

which may increase digoxin toxicity) HALOPERIDOL Adonis (Increases action of Adonis) Kombe Seed (Increases effects and side effects of herb) Licorice (Licorice potentiates effect of glucocorticoids) Lily-of-the-Valley (Increases the effect of Lily-ofthe-Valley) Oleander (Increased efficacy and side effects when given simultaneously with herb) Squill (Increases effectiveness and side effects of herb) Bladderwrack (Herb may have an additive hypoglycemic effect when taken with other hypoglycemic drugs) Fenugreek (Herb may have an additive hypoglycemic effect when taken with other hypoglycemic drugs) Ginseng (Increases hypoglycemic effect) Goat's Rue (Herb may have an additive hypoglycemic effect when taken with other hypoglycemic drugs) IMMUNOSUPPRESSANTS Milk Thistle (Silymarin in combination with haloperidol causes a decrease in lipid peroxidation) HALOTHANE Ma-Huang (Disturbance of heart rhythm) HENBANE Amantadine Hydrochloride (Increased anticholinergic Antihistamines (Increased anticholinergic Phenothiazines (Increased anticholinergic Procainamide (Increased anticholinergic action) action) action) action) Astragalus (Decreased effectiveness of immunosuppressive effect due to immunostimulant effect of Astragalus) Echinacea Angustifolia (The immune-stimulating effect of Echinacea may interfere with drugs that have immunosuppressant effects) INDIAN SQUILL Methylxanthines (Can increase the risk of cardie arrhythmias when given simultaneously with this herb) . unspecified (Horse Chestnut has a coumarin componant and may interact with warfarin. salicylates and other drugs with anticoagulant properties) HYOSCYAMUS NIGER Hypoglycemic Drugs (Herb may have an additive hypoglycemic effect when taken with other hypoglycemic drugs) GREEN TEA (See under Henbane) HYPERICUM PERFORA TUM (See under St. tremors. mania) GLUCOCORTICOIDS Cardiac Glycosides (Increased effect due to potassium loss with chronic use of herb) Digoxin (Herb may cause hypokalemia. John's Wort) HYPNOTICS Antithrombolytic Drugs (Increases effect of antithrombolytic drugs) GINKGO BILOBA Alkaline Drugs (Decreased absorption of alkaline drugs due to tannin component in tea) GUANETHIDINE Valerian (Additive effect when taken with Valerian) HYPOGLYCEMIC DRUGS (See under Ginkgo) GINSENG Ma-Huang (Increased sympathomimetic effects) GUARANA Hypoglycemic Drugs (Increases hypoglycemic effect) Loop Diuretics (Increases diuretic resistance) MAO Inhibitors (Combination increases chance for headache.1 8 3 Digoxin (Herb may cause hypokalemia. which may increase digoxin toxicity) FUCUS VESICULOSUS (See under Bladderwrack) GALEGA OFFICINALIS Strophanthus (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) Strophanthus Gratus (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) GLYCYRRHIZA GLABRA Quinidine (Increased anticholinergic action) Tricyclic Antidepressants (Increased anticholinergic action) HORSE CHESTNUT (See under Goat's Rue) GERMAN CHAMOMILE (See under Licorice) GOAT'S RUE Alcohol (May increase sedative effect) Benzodiazepines (May increase sedative effect) Warfarin Sodium (Hydroxycoumarin component in Chamomile may elevate prothrombin times) GINKGO Anticoagulant drugs.DRUG/HERB INTERACTIONS GUIDE INDIAN SQUILL / I .

and others) KOMBE SEED Rauwolfia (Decreased effect.1-184/INDIAN SQUILL PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Phosphodiesterase Inhibitors (Can increase the risk of cardie arrhythmias when given simultaneously with this herb) Quinidine (Can increase the risk of cardie arrhythmias when given simultaneously with this herb) Sympathomimetic Agents (Can increase the risk of cardie arrhythmias when given simultaneously with this herb) INDINAVIR SULFATE Laxatives (Increases effects and side effects of herb) Quinidine (Increases effects and side effects of herb) LAXATIVES LICORICE ROOT Buckthorn (Increases hypokalemic effects) LILY-OF-THE-VALLEY St. constipation. insulin dose should be decreased) JIMSON WEED Adonis (Increases action of Adonis) Kombe Seed (Increases effects and side effects of herb) Lily-of-the-Valley (Increases the effect of Lily-ofthe-Valley) Oleander (Increased efficacy and side effects when given simultaneously with herb) Squill (Increases effectiveness and side effects of herb) Strophanthus (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) Strophanthus Gratus (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) LEVODOPA Calcium (Increases the the-Valley) Digoxin (Increases the the-Valley) Glucocorticoids (Increases the the-Valley) Laxatives (Increases the the-Valley) Quinidine (Increases the the-Valley) Saluretics (Increases the the-Valley) LINUM effect of Lily-of- effect of Lily-of- effect of Lily-of- effect of Lily-of- effect of Lily-of- effect of Lily-of- USITATISSIMUM (See under Flax) LOOP DIURETICS Anticholinergics (Co-administration of Jimson Weed with other anticholinergic drugs may increase the frequency and/or severity of anticholinergic side effects such as dry mouth. John's Wort (The herb induces the cytochrome P450 enzyme system and will lower indinavir serum levels) INDOMETHACIN Cascara Sagrada (Decreases therapeutic effect of Cascara) Senna (Decreased therapeutic effect of Senna) Wild Yam (Wild Yam may decrease the antiinflammatory effect of indomethacin) INSULIN Psyllium (Effect unspecified. drowsiness. increases in extra-pyramidal symptoms) LICORICE Ginseng (Increases diuretic resistance) Licorice (Additive effect of hypokalemia) Uva-Ursi (The sodium-sparing effect of Uva-Ursi may antagonize the diuretic effect of the loop diuretics) LYCOPUS VIRGINICUS (See under Bugleweed) MA-HUANG Calcium Salts (Increases effects and side effects of herb) Diuretics (Increases effects and side effects of herb) Glucocorticoids (Increases effects and side effects of herb) Aloe (Increased potassium loss) Antiarrhythmics (Licorice-induced hypokalemia increases risk of arrhythmias) Digitalis Glycoside Preparations (Licorice-induced hypokalemia increases risk of digitalis toxicity) Glucocorticoids (Licorice potentiates effect of glucocorticoids) Loop Diuretics (Additive effect of hypokalemia) Thiazide Diuretics (Additive effect of hypokalemia) Cardiac Glycosides (Disturbance of heart rhythm) Central Nervous System Stimulants (Ma-Huang has an additive effect on the CNS when combined with CNS stimulants) Guanethidine (Increased sympathomimetic effects) Halothane (Disturbance of heart rhythm) MAO Inhibitors (Increases sympathomimetic effects of ephedrine) .

1 8 5 Oxytocin (Development of high blood pressure) MAO INHIBITORS Yohimbine Hydrochloride (Silymarin antagonizes the effect of yohimbine) MORPHINE SULFATE Brewer's Yeast (Increase in blood pressure) Ginseng (Combination increases chance for headache. unspecified (Co-administration may result in decreased effect of drugs that undergo liver metabolism) NIFEDIPINE St. effect not specified) OTC STIMULANTS (See under Ginseng) PAPAYA Warfarin Sodium (Increased INR levels) PAULLINIA CUPANA (See under Guarana) PAUSINYSTALIA YOHIMBE Yohimbe Bark (Potentiates hypertensive effect) OAK (See under Yohimbe Bark) PHENOTHIAZINES Haloperidol (Silymarin in combination with haloperidol causes a decrease in lipid peroxidation) Phenothiazines (Silymarin in combination with phenothiazines causes a decrease in lipid peroxidation) Phentolamine Mesylate (Silymarin antagonizes the effect of phentolamine) Alkaline Drugs (Absorption of alkaline drugs may be reduced or inhibited) Alkaloids (Absorption of alkaloids may be reduced or inhibited) OENOTHERA BIENNIS (See under Evening Primrose) OLEANDER Henbane (Increased anticholinergic action) Milk Thistle (Silymarin in combination with phenothiazines causes a decrease in lipid peroxidation) Wormwood (Wormwood preparations should not be administered with drugs known to lower the seizure threshold) PHENTOLAMINE MESYLATE Calcium Salts (Increased efficacy and side effects when given simultaneously with herb) Milk Thistle (Silymarin antagonizes the effect of phentolamine) . mania) Ma-Huang (Increases sympathomimetic effects of ephedrine) Scotch Broom (Increased risk of hypertensive crisis) MATRICARIA RECUTITA Yohimbe Bark (Potentiates effects of morphine) NALTREXONE HYDROCHLORIDE Yohimbe Bark (Potentiates Yohimbe side effects) NERIUM OLEANDER (See under Oleander) NEUROLEPTICS Rauwolfia (Synergistic effect) NIAULI Glucocorticoids (Increased efficacy effects when given with herb) Laxatives (Increased efficacy effects when given with herb) Quinidine (Increased efficacy effects when given with herb) Saluretics (Increased efficacy effects when given with herb) ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES and side simultaneously and side simultaneously and side simultaneously and side simultaneously (See under German Chamomile) MEDICATION AND FOOD THAT INCREASE URIC ACID LEVELS Alpine Cranberry (Decreases effect of Alpine Cranberry) Uva-Ursi (Decreases effect of herb) MELALEUCEA VIRIDIFLORA Drugs. John's Wort (Breakthrough bleeding has been reported with concomitant use of the herb with oral contraceptives) OXYTOCIN Senna (Inhibits activity of Senna via calcium channel blockade) NON-STEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUGS Ma-Huang (Development of high blood pressure) PANAX GINSENG (See under Niauli) METHYLXANTHINES Digitalis (Increases risk of cardiac arrhythmias) Digitalis Lanata (Risk of cardiac arrhythmias) Indian Squill (Can increase the risk of cardie arrhythmias when given simultaneously with this herb) Squill (Increases risk of cardiac arrhythmias) MILK THISTLE Uva-Ursi (Uva-Ursi may potentiate the gastrointestinal irritation caused by NSAIDs) White Willow (Use with caution. tremors.DRUG/HERB I N T E R A C T I O N S GUIDE PHENTOLAMINE M E S Y L A T E / I .

unspecified (Absorption of other drugs may be decreased if taken simultaneously with herb) QUERCUS ROBUR Drugs that Cause Thrombocytopenia (Herb increases risk of thrombocytopenia) RAUWOLFIA (See under Oak) QUINIDINE Adonis (Increases action of Adonis) Belladonna (Increases anticholinergic effect of herb) Alcohol (Increases impairment of motor skills) Barbiturates (Synergistic effect) Digitalis Glycoside Preparations (Severe bradycardia when used in combination with digitalis glycosides) Adonis (Increases action of Adonis) Lily-of-the-Valley (Increases the effect of Lily-ofthe-Valley) Oleander (Increased efficacy and side effects when given simultaneously with herb) Squill (Increases effectiveness and side effects of herb) . John's Wort (An additive photosensitizing effect is expected when the herb is used with photosensitizing drugs such as tetracyclines. insulin dose should be decreased) PSYLLIUM SEED Digitalis (Increases risk of cardiac arrhythmias) Digitalis Lanata (Risk of cardiac arrhythmias) Henbane (Increased anticholinergic action) Indian Squill (Can increase the risk of cardie arrhythmias when given simultaneously with this herb) Kombe Seed (Increases effects and side effects of herb) Lily-of-the-Valley (Increases the effect of Lily-ofthe-Valley) Oleander (Increased efficacy and side effects when given simultaneously with herb) Scopolia (Increased effect when given simultaneously with herb) Squill (Increases risk of cardiac arrhythmias. unspecified (Absorption of other drugs may be decreased if taken simultaneously with herb) Insulin (Effect unspecified. John's Wort (Hypericum antagonizes the effect of reserpine) RHAMNUS CATHARTICUS (See under Buckthorn) RHAMNUS FRANGULA (See under Frangula) RHAMNUS PURSHIANA (See under Cascara Sagrada) RHEUM PALMA TUM (See under Chinese Rhubarb) RICINUS COMMUNIS (See under Castor Oil Plant) SACCHAROMYCES CEREVISIAE (See under Brewer's Yeast) SALICYLATES Bilberry (Increases prothrombin time.1 .1 8 6 /PHOSPHODIESTERASE INHIBITORS PDR FOR H E R B A L M E D I C I N E S PHOSPHODIESTERASE INHIBITORS Digitalis (Increases risk of cardiac arrhythmias) Digitalis Lanata (Risk of cardiac arrhythmias) Indian Squill (Can increase the risk of cardie arrhythmias when given simultaneously with this herb) Squill (Increases risk of cardiac arrhythmias) PHOTOSENSITIZING AGENTS St. effect not specified) SALIX SPECIES (See under White Willow) SALURETICS Drugs. increases effectiveness and side effects of herb) Strophanthus (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) Strophanthus Gratus (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) QUININE Levodopa (Decreased effect. increases in extra-pyramidal symptoms) Neuroleptics (Synergistic effect) Sympathomimetic Agents (Increases blood pressure) RAUWOLFIA SERPENTINA (See under Rauwolfia) RESERPINE St. and thiazides) PLANTAGO AFRA (See under Psyllium Seed) PLANTAGO OVATA (See under Psyllium) PROCAINAMIDE Henbane (Increased anticholinergic action) PSYLLIUM Drugs. sulfonamides. caution should be observed when used concurrently) White Willow (Use with caution.

John's Wort may have MAO inhibitor properties and caution should be used with sympathomimetic agents) Theophylline (The herb induces the cytochrome P450 enzyme system and will lower theophylline serum levels) STROPHANTHUS Cyclosporine (The herb induces the cytochrome P450 enzyme system and will lower cyclosporine serum levels) Digoxin (Co-administration of the herb with digoxin has resulted in a significant decrease in the digoxin area under the curve) I Calcium Salts (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) Glucocorticoids (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) Laxatives (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) Quinidine (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) Saluretics « (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) . John's Wort (Concomitant use with the herb will result in an additive serotonin effect and possible toxicity) SENNA Antiarrhythmics (Senna-induced hypokalemia may increase risk of arrythmia) Digitalis Glycoside Preparations (Senna-induced hypokalemia may increase toxicity of digitalis preparations) Estrogen (Senna decreases estrogen levels when taken with estrogen supplements) Calcium (Increases effectiveness and side effects of herb) Digoxin (Squill potentiates the positive inotropic and negative chronopic effects of digoxin) Glucocorticoids (Increases effectiveness and side effects of herb) Laxatives (Increases effectiveness and side effects of herb) Methylxanthines (Increases risk of cardiac arrhythmias) Phosphodiesterase Inhibitors (Increases risk of cardiac arrhythmias) Quinidine (Increases risk of cardiac arrhythmias.DRUG/HERB I N T E R A C T I O N S GUIDE STROPHANTHUS / I . and thiazides) Reserpine (Hypericum antagonizes the effect of reserpine) Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (Concomitant use with the herb will result in an additive serotonin effect and possible toxicity) Sympathomimetic Agents (St. sulfonamides.1 8 7 Strophanthus (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) Strophanthus Gratus (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) SAW PALMETTO Indomethacin (Decreased therapeutic effect of Senna) Nifedipine (Inhibits activity of Senna via calcium channel blockade) SERENOA REPENS (See under Saw Palmetto) SIL YBUM MARIANUM Alpha Adrenergic Blockers (Saw Palmetto has an additive alpha adrenergic blocking effect when given in combination with alpha blockers) Androgens (Saw Palmetto antagonizes the effect of androgens) SCOPOLIA (See under Milk Thistle) SQUILL Amantadine Hydrochloride (Increased effect when given simultaneously with herb) Quinidine (Increased effect when given simultaneously with herb) Tricyclic Antidepressants (Increased effect when given simultaneously with herb) SCOPOLIA CARNIOLICA (See under Scopolia) SCOTCH BROOM MAO Inhibitors (Increased risk of hypertensive crisis) SELECTIVE SEROTONIN REUPTAKE INHIBITORS St. increases effectiveness and side effects of herb) Saluretics (Increases effectiveness and side effects of herb) Sympathomimetic Agents (Increases risk of cardiac arrhythmias) ST. JOHN'S WORT Indinavir Sulfate (The herb induces the cytochrome P450 enzyme system and will lower indinavir serum levels) Oral Contraceptives (Breakthrough bleeding has been reported with concomitant use of the herb with oral contraceptives) Photosensitizing Agents (An additive photosensitizing effect is expected when the herb is used with photosensitizing drugs such as tetracyclines.

John's Wort may have MAO inhibitor properties and caution should be used with sympathomimetic agents) 0 Belladonna (Increases anticholinergic effect of herb) Henbane (Increased anticholinergic action) Scopolia (Increased effect when given simultaneously with herb) Wormwood (Wormwood preparations should not be administered with drugs known to lower the seizure threshold) TRIGONELLA FOENUM-GRAECUM Digoxin (Herb contains cardiac glycosides and may have additive effect when taken with digoxin. John's Wort (The herb induces the cytochrome P450 enzyme system and will lower theophylline serum levels) THIAZIDE DIURETICS Uva-Ursi (Drugs or foods that acidify the urine will decrease the antibacterial effect of Uva-Ursi) UVA-URSI Aloe (Increased potassium loss) Buckthorn (Increases hypokalemic effects) Cascara Sagrada (Increases hypokalemic effect) Licorice (Additive effect of hypokalemia) Uva-Ursi (The sodium-sparing effect of Uva-Ursi may antagonize the diuretic effect of thiazide diuretics) THYROID PREPARATIONS (See under Strophanthus) STROPHANTHUS GRATUS Bugleweed (Effect not specified) TRAZODONE HYDROCHLORIDE (See under Strophanthus Gratus) STROPHANTHUS HISPIDUS (See under Kombe Seed) SYMPATHOMIMETIC AGENTS Wormwood (Wormwood preparations should not be administered with drugs known to lower the seizure threshold) TRICYCLIC ANTIDEPRESSANTS Loop Diuretics (The sodium-sparing effect of Uva-Ursi may antagonize the diuretic effect of the loop diuretics) Medication and Food that Increase Uric Acid Levels (Decreases effect of herb) Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (Uva-Ursi may potentiate the gastrointestinal irritation caused by NSAIDs) Thiazide Diuretics (The sodium-sparing effect of Uva-Ursi may antagonize the diuretic effect of thiazide diuretics) Urinary Tract Acidifiers (Drugs or foods that acidify the urine will decrease the antibacterial effect of Uva-Ursi) UZARA Digitalis (Increases risk of cardiac arrhythmias) Digitalis Lanata (Risk of cardiac arrhythmias) Indian Squill (Can increase the risk of cardie arrhythmias when given simultaneously with this herb) Rauwolfia (Increases blood pressure) Squill (Increases risk of cardiac arrhythmias) St.1 8 8 / S T R O P H A N T H U S GRATUS STROPHANTHUS GRATUS THEOPHYLLINE PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S URINARY TRACT ACIDIFIERS Calcium Salts (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) Glucocorticoids (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) Laxatives (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) Quinidine (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) Saluretics (Simultaneous administration with herb enhance both effects and side effects) STROPHANTHUS KOMBE St. possibly increasing digoxin toxicity) VACCINIUM MYRTILLUS (See under Bilberry) VACCINIUM VITIS-IDAEA (See under Alpine Cranberry) VALERIAN (See under Fenugreek) URGINEA INDICA Alcohol • (Additive depressive effects with Valerian) Hypnotics (Additive effect when taken with Valerian) VALERIANA OFFICINALIS (See under Indian Squill) URGINEA MARITIMA (See under Valerian) VITEX AGNUS-CASTUS TANACETUM PARTHENIUM (See under Feverfew) I (See under Squill) I (See under Chaste Tree) .1 . John's Wort (St.

1 8 9 Arnica (Additive anticoagulant effect) Bilberry (Increases prothrombin time. effect not specified) Salicylates (Use with caution.D R U G / H E R B I N T E R A C T I O N S GUIDE WARFARIN SODIUM YOHIMBINE HYDROCHLORIDE / I . unspecified (May need to adjust antihypertensive medications due to hypertensive effect of Yohimbe) Ethanol (Increased anxiogenic effects) Morphine Sulfate (Potentiates effects of morphine) Naltrexone Hydrochloride (Potentiates Yohimbe side effects) OTC stimulants (Potentiates hypertensive effect) YOHIMBINE HYDROCHLORIDE Milk Thistle (Silymarin antagonizes the effect of yohimbine) . caution should be observed when used concurrently) Feverfew (Increased antithrombotic effect) German Chamomile (Hydroxycoumarin component in Chamomile may elevate prothrombin times) Papaya (Increased INR levels) WHITE WILLOW Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (Use with caution. effect not specified) WILD YAM Tricyclic Antidepressants (Wormwood preparations should not be administered with drugs known to lower the seizure threshold) XYSMALOBIUM UNDULATUM {See under Uzara) YOHIMBE BARK Estrogen (Additive effect) Indomethacin (Wild Yam may decrease the antiinflammatory effect of indomethacin) WORMWOOD Alcohol (Enhances toxicity of salicylates) Antiplatelet Drugs (Additive effect with salicylates) Barbiturates (Enhances toxicity of salicylates) Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitors (Potentiates action of salicylates) Phenothiazines (Wormwood preparations should not be administered with drugs known to lower the seizure threshold) Trazodone Hydrochloride (Wormwood preparations should not be administered with drugs known to lower the seizure threshold) Antihypertensive agents.

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For additional information on potential adverse effects. scientific. 23 (Quassia amara) . 13 G-3. 13 ie . 711 G-25.1-19 Safety Guide This guide lists botanicals in three precautionary categories: • Not for use during pregnancy • Not for use while nursing • For use only under supervision All common. . 317 Alexandrian Senna G-22. . . 266 Alcohol Free Chaste Tree Berry Liquid (Nature's Answer) 176 Alcohol Free Kava Kava Liquid (Nature's Answer) . Aloe capensis. 32 Angelica archangelica G-3. Nature's Way) Aloe Vera Concentrate 5000 Capsules (Mason Vitamins) Aloe Vera Mild Stimulant Laxative Capsules (Nature's Herbs) Aloe Vera Super-Strength Liquid (Pharmaceutical Labs) AMARGO (Hepatica nobilis) G-3. 16 (Angelica archangelica) . . the first refers to a photograph of the plant or product in the Identification Guide. 13 G-3. .G-3. 16 G-3. If an entry lists two page numbers. and brand names of each potentially harmful botanical are listed alphabetically. 833 Alder Buckthorn G-12. ie ie G-3. 202 G-23. . 317 Alder Dogwood G-12. Generally accepted common names that serve as monograph titles appear in bold type. G-3. the second to the herbal monograph. National Vitamin. 32 ANISE (Pimpinella anisum) . . 759 (Alkanna tinctoria) Alkanet Root Alkanna tinctoria G-3. . . 35 16 Apium graveolens Arabian Coffee Arabica Coffee Aralia racemosa Arberry Arborvitae G-8. 32 Angelica Root Liquid Fluid Extract (Nature's Answer) 32 Angel's Wort G-3.. Brand names are followed by the supplier's name in parentheses. . . Herbal Harvest. ie American Saffron AMMONIAC GUM 26 652 (Dorema ammoniacum) Anchusa ANGELICA 29 G-3. 13 16 G-3. . Scientific names are shown in italic type. . Aloe vera) Aloe 99 Gel (Lee) Aloe barbadensis Aloe capensis Aloe ferox Aloe vera Aloe Vera Capsules (ADH.. 443 Alcohol Free Sage Liquid (Nature's Answer) 655 Alcohol Free Yarrow Flowers Liquid (Nature's Answer) . ie ie G-3. 829 Achillea millefolium G-26. be sure to check the appropriate underlying monograph. Not for use during pregnancy Absinthe G-26. 833 Adiantum capillus-veneris 491 Akebia 189 Akebia quinata 189 Alant G-io. . 684 ALKANET ALOE AMERICAN LIVERLEAF (Aloe barbadensis. 172 G-9. 779 G-24. Nature's Bounty. 202 G-9.

829 G-18. . G-22. Nature's Herbs. 690 BLOODROOT (Cinnamomum camphora) Cana Fistula Canada Root Cankerroot Canton Cassia CAPE ALOE G-7. 114 G-6. 92 G-6. 779 G-25. 209 G-20. 209 (Aristolochia clematitis) . 598 622 G-9. Herbal Harvest. 779 426 G-5. 74 G-11. . 530 (Trillium erectum) Bird's Foot Bird's Neat Birds' Nest Birthroot BIRTH WORT G-4. G-5. 833 G-26. 561 109 109 G-9. 114 114 G-6. . . . 114 G-5. 317 BLACK COHOSH (Borago officinalis) Borage Oil Capsules (ADH. G-5. 443 G-26. Rexall Consumer) 92 Black Cohosh Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 92 Black Root G-9. 80 47 (Ferula Asarabacca ASARUM foetida) 48 europaeum) (Asarum 48 Asarum europaeum Asclepias tuberosa Ash Ass Ear ASS'S Foot Asthma Weed Ava Ava Pepper Band Man's Plaything Baptisia tinctoria Barbary BARBERRY 48 G-20. Nature's Way) 107 Blessed Thistle Low Alcohol Fluid Extract (Nature's Answer) 107 Blindweed G-22. 598 358 182 16 . 833 Ben Nut Tree Berberis vulgaris Berberry Bergamot Bergenia crass 67 G-4. . 754 G-9.67 Blessed Thistle Capsules (Frontier. 212 Black Snake Root G-5. 6i G-4. 809 G-4. 123 G-12. . 598 G-24. 690 G-6. 23 Bitterwood 622 Black Alder G-12. 443 G-15. 479 BLADDERWRACK (Rhamnus catharticus) Buckthorn Bark Bugbane Bugloss Bugwort Bullsfoot (ADH) BASIL 63 G-4. G-6. 209 G-16. 107 G-26. 425 G-26. 92 G-9. 354 G-20. 779 562 109 583 G-25. 153 (Eschscholtzia californica) CAMPHOR TREE G-7. 622 Bitter Ash (Quassia amara) . SO G-12. 317 G-5. 479 G-15. 153 Bitter Wood G-3. 212 G-9. 304 G-25. 212 G-6. 833 562 Capsella bursa-pastoris Cardin Carpenter's Weed (Sanguinaria canadensis) BloodwOIt Blue Balm . 114 G-9. 92 (Berberis vulgaris) BARLEY (Hordeum distichon) Barley Grain Capsules Black Cohosh Capsules (Frontier. 212 . 114 487 G-9. . 140 (Cnicus benedictus) G-6. . 317 G-IS. 212 Bladder Fucus 106 Bladderpod G-16. 107 (Moringa oleifera) . . 425 G-15. 23 Bitter Bark G-7. Nature's Way. G-25. 209 G-9. 143 G-13. G-3. 74 (Caulophyllum thalictroides) Blue Cohosh Liquid (McZand) Blue Cohosh Root Liquid (Nature's Answer) Blue Flag Blue Ginseng Blueberry Root Boneset BORAGE 109 109 109 G-19. . 92 Black-Tang 106 Blackwort G-9. 809 G-25. 812 487 G-4. 61 G-4. 64 182 487 652 G-25. 61 562 ifolia 268 (Aloe ferox) 108 G-26. 809 Bupleurum Chinese Burage Burrage Butterbur Butterfly Weed Buttons Caffea 187 G-6. Beefsteak Plant Bees' Nest BEHEN California Buckthorn 106 301 CALIFORNIA POPPY G-7.1-192/ARCTOSTAPHYLOS UVA-URSI Arctostaphylos uva-ursi Arisaema atrorubens Aristolochia clematitis Arrow Wood Arruda Brava Arruda Do Mato Artemisia absinthium Artemisia vulgaris ASA FOETIDA PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES BETH ROOT BLUE COHOSH . Sundown) Borago officinalis Box Thorn British Tobacco Bruisewort BUCKTHORN (Cimicifuga racemosa) . 63 Bissy Nut 205 Bitter Ash (Picrasma excelsa) . 202 (Fucus vesiculosus) Bladderwrack Fluid Extract (Nature's Answer) Blazing Star BLESSED THISTLE 106 (Ocimum basilicum) Bastard Cinnamon Bastard Jasmine Bastard Saffron Bearberry Bearsgrape Bee Balm Beechdrops . . Natrol.

317 G-7. . . 176 (Symphytum officinale) . s e i 67 G-17. 209 29 G-19. 190 Chai Hu 187 Chamaemelum nobile G-10. 169 CHINESE CINNAMON G-i8. 202 (Genista tinctoria) . 809 G-ie. Nature's Way) 153 Cascara Sagrada Natural Laxative Capsules (Nature's Resource) 153 Case-Weed G-22. 465 G-19. . Cinnamomum aromaticum Cinnamomum camphor a . 354 Cassia Lignea 182 Cassia senna G-22. 202 Coughwort Crocus sativus Curcuma domestica Curcuma zedoaria Cutweed Cymbopogon citratus Daggers Da-Huang Daisy Daucus carota Desert Herb Devil's Dung Devil's Nettle Devil's Plaything Didin Didthin Di-Gu-Pi Dog Wood Dogwood Bark Donnhove Dorema ammoniacum Dragon Flower Drumstick Tree Duck's Foot DYER'S BROOM G-9. G-8. 158 CASTOR OIL PLANT Celery Seed Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 172 Cemphire G-7. 270 Chantal Aloe Vera Cream (National Vitamin) ie CHASTE TREE COLA (Cola acuminata) Cola acuminata Cola Nut Cola Seeds COLT'S FOOT 205 205 205 205 (Tussilago farfara) Coltsfoot COMFREY G-9. . 809 652 (Rhamnus purshiana) G-7. 190 Caulophyllum thalictroides CELANDINE 109 (Chelidonium CELERY majus) G-8. 465 Cnicus benedictus G-6. COFFEE (Coffea arabica) G-22. 846 106 G-ie. 107 COCILLANA TREE (Apium graveolens) . 534 G-IS. 468 G-4. 169 Cinnamon Bark Fluid Extract (Nature's Answer) 190 Citronella G-ie. 754 G-25. . 833 G-IS. 143 Cephaelis ipecacuanha 423 Ceylon Cinnamom G-8. 164 quinata) 189 Catnip Herb Capsules (Nature's Way) 164 Catnip Herb Liquid Fluid Extract (Nature's Answer) 164 Catnip Leaf Capsules (Frontier) 164 Catnip Liquid (Nature's Answer) 164 Catnip G-8. sei G-S. 158 G-8. 510 G-10. 534 . 164 G-8. 626 182 G-7. G-9. 653 775 G-26. 172 (Guraea rusbyi) 198 Celery Liquid Fluid Extract (Nature's Answer) Celery Seed Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 172 172 CoCOWOrt Coffea arabica . 833 G-26. 153 Cascara Sagrada Capsules (Herbal Harvest. 212 108 358 358 358 358 G-16. 164 (Bupleurum Chinese) Chinese Wolfberry Chittem Bark CHOCOLATE VINE 187 486 G-7. 182 Chinese Matrimony Vine CHINESE MOTHERWORT 486 (Maytenus ilicifolia) Consound Coon Root Coptide Coptis Coptis Groenlandica Coptis trifolia Cotton Root CoUghrOOt (Leonurus japonicus) CHINESE RHUBARB 183 G-8. 260 G-9.486 G-12. 645 G-21. . 92 G-20. 92 G-5.SAFETY GUIDE DYER'S BROOM /1-1 93 Carrot Carthamus tinctorius CASCARA SAGRADA G-25. 153 G-9. Humco. 143 G-8. 534 487 G-21. 209 G-21. 185 G-24. 645 218 G-9. 153 (Nepeta cataria) (Akebia G-8. 164 Cimicifuga Cimicifuga racemosa Cinchona Cinchona pubescens '. . 690 G-9. 212 Commiphora molmol Common Matrimony Vine Compass Plant Compass-Weed CONGOROSA Chasteberry Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 176 Chelidonium majus G-8. 209 48 (Vitex agnus-castus) G-8. 185 (Rheum palmatum) CHINESE THOROUGHWAX (Ricinus communis) Catmint Catnep CATNIP G-7. 190 (Cinnamomum verum) G-8. . 488 47 G-26. Cinnamomum verum CINNAMON G-S. 74 (Cinnamomum aromaticum) . 626 G-20. 153 Cascara Sagrada Bark Capsules (Frontier) 153 Cascara Sagrada Bark Mild Stimulant Laxative Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . 690 Cassia 182 Cassia Aromaticum 182 Cassia Bark 182 Cassia fistula G-13. . 164 CatSWOlt G-8. . 684 Castor Bean G-7.

Major. 488 Ephedrine G-ie. Nature Made. . 123 48 G-9. 266 ELEPHANT-EARS (Bergenia crassifolia) Elfdock ElfwOlt Emetic Herb Emetic Weed Enchanter's Plant Enebro ENGLISH CHAMOMILE 268 G-10. G-19. 306 Feverfew Extract Capsules (Herbal Harvest. 468 G-IS. 510 G-4. 5 9 8 ELECAMPANE (Inula helenium) G-10.1 9 4 / D Y E R ' S BUGLOSS PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Dyer's Dyer's Dyer's Dyer's Dyer's Bugloss Greenwood Saffron Weed Whin G-3. . 354 GOLDENSEAL (Hydrastis canadensis) . G-11. 788 EuroQuality Juniper Berries Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . Nature's Bounty. 260 G-IO.) 355 Goldenseal Root Alcohol Free Liquid (Nature's Answer) 355 Goldenseal Root Capsules (Apothecary. 266 G-16. Herbal Harvest. 209 G-9. 469 Golden Seal Capsules (National Vitamin) 355 Golden Seal Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 355 Golden Seal Root Capsules (Bergen Brunswig. . 355 G-IS. McZand.. 164 Fieldhove G-9. 440 Gladyne G-19.. 304 Fenugreek Capsules (Nature's Way) 304 Frangula Bark G-12. Zenith Goldline) 355 . 788 G-15. 260 Fenugreek Seed Capsules (Frontier) Ferula foetida FEVERFEW GOLDEN SHOWER TREE 304 47 (Cassia fistula) G-13. soe G-IS. 829 G-10. Sundown) 355 GOLDTHREAD (Coptis trifolia) Go-Qi-Zi Gossypium herbaceum Grapeholly Greek Hay Seed Green Broom Green Ginger Greenweed Ground Apple Ground Lemon Ground Lily Ground Raspberry Guggal Gum Guggal Resin Guggul Resin Capsules (Frontier) Gum Asafoetida Gum Camphor Gum Plant Guraea rusbyi Guru Nut Hackmatack Hair of Venus Hallfoot Hamburg Parsley Hartshorn Hazelwort Healing Herb Helonias Root 358 487 G-16. Rexall Consumer) . 479 G-16. . 488 Eschscholtzia californica . . 143 G-9. 260 Ginepro G-IS. sei Glycyrrhiza glabra G-ie. 260 Gagroot G-ie.440 EuroQuality Red Clover Blossoms Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 633 Ex-Lax Maximum Strength (Novartis Consumer) 684 Eye Balm G-13. . G-10. 317 (Rhamnus frangula) (Veratrum luteum) Featherfew Featherfoil Felon Herb FENUGREEK 301 G-11. 479 Fairy-Wand 301 Fake Saffron 652 False Cinnamon -. 304 G-IO. Humco. Nature's Bounty. 270 Ephedra G-ie. 209 G-19. 6i European Vervain G-25. Frontier. 32 Genista tinctoria G-IO. 260 652 G-IO. Mason Vitamins. 212 301 Foal's-Foot Foalswort Food of the Gods FRANGULA G-9. Rexall Consumer. . 465 Field Balm G-8. 209 47 G-12. 260 G-26. 759 491 G-9. 140 European Angelica G-3. 306 Feverfew Capsules (Bergen Brunswig. Nature's Way. 182 False Coltsfoot 48 FALSE UNICORN ROOT Goldenseal Capsules (ADH. . 561 Fliggers G-19. Nature's Herbs. . 74 G-13.3oe G-11. 355 Goldenseal Plus Capsules (Key Co. G-13. Perrigo. 355 Eye Root G-13. 479 Garden Angelica G-3. 56i Florentine Orris G-19. Mason Vitamins. 56i Flower Velure G-9. .1 . Perrigo. G-7. 479 G-25. 32 European Barberry G-4. 209 Five-Finger Fern 491 Five-Leaflet 189 Flag Lily G-19. 567 G-e. 266 G-10. 527 G-11. 534 G-IS. 530 (Trigonella graecum) foenumG-11. 317 Fucus 106 Fucus vesiculosus ioe Furze G-IO. 209 Flux Root G-20. Humco) 306 Feverfew Leaf Capsules (Naturalife) 306 Feverfew Traditional Herb Capsules (Nature's Resource) 306 Fevergrass G-16. 488 Ephedra sinica G-ie. 13 G-IO. 270 G-17. 212 198 205 G-24. 534 534 47 G-7. 355 (Tanacetum parthenium) . Mason Vitamins) 355 Goldenseal Leaf Capsules (Frontier) 355 Goldenseal Liquid (McZand) . 355 Eyebright G-ie. McKesson. 56i Flaggon . 260 G-IO. 440 (Chamaemelum nobile) . Nature's Resource.

469 469 469 469 G-IS. Naturalife. Nature's Bounty.355 67 G-13. 443 Kelpware ioe Kelp-Ware ioe Kidney wort 26 Kinnikinnick G-25. 561 (Pilocarpus microphyllus) G-15. Nature's Way.510 G-4. 479 Intoxicating Pepper G-IS. 443 Kawa G-IS. 212 Knitbone 6-9. . . 266 G-9. 440 G-25. 212 Kola Tree 205 Lady's Purse G-22. 63 HOREHOUND Indian Plant (Hydrastis canadensis) . 209 G-IO. 648 Herb-of-Grace {Verbena officinalis) G-25. 482 G-16. Rexall Managed Care. 74 798 G-13. Major.355 Herb-of-Grace (Ruta graveolens) c-21.414 G-22. 711 Indian Shamrock G-4. . 425 433 G-4. 266 IPECAC (Cephaelis ipecacuanha) Ipecacuanha Ipecacuanha Rio Ipomoea hederacea Ipomoea purga Iris Iris species JABORANDI 423 423 423 523 G-15. Indian Paint (Sanguinaria canadensis) G-IS. 355 G-15.354 433 G-13. 355 G-20. 626 G-4. 754 Hog Apple G-17. 143 Lavose G-16.G-15. . 107 Holly-Leaved Berberis G-18. 4es Leonurus cardiaca Leonurus japonicus LEVANT COTTON (Hyssopus officinalis) Hyssop Herb Capsules (Nature's Way) Hyssopus officinalis India Senna Indian Apple Indian Balm Indian Cress Indian Dye Indian Horseradish Indian Laburnum Indian Nard Indian Paint (Hydrastis canadensis) . . G-ie. 788 Herb Trinity 26 Herbal Sure Aloe Vera Softgels (Nature's Bounty) 16 Herbal Sure Feverfew Capsules (Nature's Bounty) . 482 Leather Bergenia 268 LEMONGRASS (Nardostachys jatamansi) Jaundice Berry Jaundice Root Jesuit's Bark Jew's-Harp Plant Juarandi G-14. 355 Indian Plant (Sanguinaria canadensis) 108 Indian Root G-23. . Rexall Consumer. 690 Lamb's Quarters G-4. 440 Juniper Berry Juniper Berry Liquid (Nature's Answer) Juniper Berry Oil (Aura Cacia) Juniperus communis Juno's Tears Kava Extract Capsules (Nature's Way) KAVA KAVA (Gossypium herbaceum) . 74 Indian Spikenard 433 Indian Tobacco G-16. 425 JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT (Marrubium vulgare) Horse-Elder Horse-Fly Weed Horse-Foot Horseheal Horsehoof HORSEMINT G-14. 401 G-13. 440 440 440 G-IS. 527 Hordeum distichon G-4.425 (Monarda punctata) Houndsbane Hydrastis canadensis HYSSOP Kava Kava Capsules (Bergen Brunswig.1 95 Hepatica nobilis 26 Herb of the Cross G-25. 788 Herbygrass G-21. Nature's Way) 443 Kavatrol Capsules (Natrol) G-29. 355 108 JUNIPER (Juniperus communis) . 443 469 . Major. Sundown) (Piper methysticum) G-15. 561 (Ipomoea purga) Jamguarandi JATAMANSI G-15. Celestial Seasonings.414 G-15. 812 G-9. 561 G-19. 443 Kava Kava Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 443 Kava Kava Premium Extract Capsules (Futurebiotics) 443 Kava Kava Root Capsules (Frontier. 468 Levisticum officinale LICORICE G-ie. G-13. 209 407 (Arisaema atrorubens) Jacob's Sword JALAP 426 G-19. ei G-13. 443 Inula helenium G-10. 74 G-15. 74 Laurel Camphor G-7. . 401 G-IO. 266 G-26. 123 Hindheal G-24. Nature's Herbs. 510 Holly Thistle G-6. .SAFETY GUIDE LICORICE ROOT CAPSULES / I . 427 G-19.G-IS. 788 443 (Glycyrrhiza glabra) Licorice Capsules (Mason Vitamins) Licorice Liquid (McZand) Licorice Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) Licorice Root Capsules (Frontier. . . 648 High Balm 562 Highwaythorn G-6. 306 Herbal Sure Goldenseal Root Capsules (Nature's Bounty) . 427 G-15. 779 Knitback G-9. McZand. Mason Vitamins. 524 183 „..684 G-17. Nature's Resource. Humco. Sundown) 443 Kava Kava Extract Liquid (Rainbow Light) 443 Kava Kava Liquid (McZand) . . 414 (Cymbopogon citratus) . .

530 OSWEGO TEA G-19. 545 (Myristica fragrans) (Ipomoea hederacea) Mosquito Plant NuVeg Black Cohosh Root Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 92 NuVeg Feverfew Leaf Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . 401 G-14. 545 G-26. 545 G-18. 626 G-19. 779 G-25. . 479 G-i6. . 833 G-4. . . .1 . 567 G-12. 711 (Podophyllum peltatum) Maytenus ilicifolia Mealberry Mentha pulegium Mexico Seed Midsummer Daisy Milfoil Milk Ipecac Milkwort Monarda didyma Monarda Lutea Monarda punctata Moringa oleifera MORNING GLORY (Zanthoxylum americanum) Nose Bleed NUTMEG . G-is. 482 Low Balm Lurk-in-the-Ditch Lycium barbarum LYCIUM BARK 562 579 487 486 487 486 G-IS. sei 433 433 433 798 G-8. 561 562 (Artemisia vulgaris) Mygrafew Tablets (Nature's Way) Myristica fragrans MYRRH (Lycium chinense) LYCIUM BERRIES (Monarda didyma) 306 G-18.T. . 567 Parsley Fern Parsley Herb Capsules (Nature's Way) Parsley Leaf Capsules (Nature's Herbs) Parsley Leaf Liquid (Nature's Answer) Paucon Pauson Pearl Barley PENNYROYAL (Mentha pulegium) Pepper-and-Salt Perdiem Overnight Relief (Novartis Consumer) PERILLA G-24. ISS Palmers Aloe Vera Formula Cream (E. 74 PARSLEY 534 534 G-19. G-16. . . 527 G-4. 754 567 567 567 108 108 G-4. 711 (Perilla fructescens) Perilla fructescens Persely Persian Berries Peruvian Bark Petersylinge Petroselinum crispum Petty Morell . 524 G-19. 833 Old Man's Root G-23. 56i 26 26 26 Mother's Heart MOTHERWORT G-22. 524 562 G-25.1 9 6 /LIFE OF MAN PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Life of Man Lion's Ear Lion's Tail Liver Lily Liverleaf Liverweed Liverwort LOBELIA G-23. 92 Orange Milkweed G-20. 488 491 . 306 G-26. 545 (Lycium barbarum) Lycium chinense Mace Mahonia aquifolium MA-HUANG (Commiphora molmol) . 579 G-7.567 G-19. 510 218 G-25. .. 711 c-is. G-IS. . 74 683 562 407 407 67 523 579 (Adiantum capillus-veneris) Mandrake Marrubium Marrubium vulgare Matto Grosso MAYAPPLE Myrrh Commiphora Oil (Aura Cacia) Myrrh Gum Liquid (Nature's Answer) Myrtle Flower Nard Nardostachys jatamansi Narrow-Leaved Echinacea Nasturtium officinale Nepeta cataria Nightshade NORTHERN PRICKLY ASH Palma Christi G-7. 479 MOUNTAIN GRAPE (Mahonia aquifolium) . 74 (Petroselinum crispum) . 527 Oregon Grape Liquid (Herb Pharm) 527 Oregon Grape Root Liquid (Nature's Answer) 527 ORRIS (Iris species) G-18. 779 . 527 Mountain Grape Mountain Mint Mouth Root Mu Tong MUGWORT (Levisticum officinale) . 598 Oregon Barberry G-18. 355 Orange Swallow-Wort G-20. 684 583 583 G-19. 524 G-IS. . Browne) ie Papoose Root 109 Pariswort G-4. .G-17. 401 423 . 6i Oregon Grape (Mahonia aquifolium) . . 534 (Ephedra sinica) Maiden Fern MAIDENHAIR G-ie.317 G-20. 690 G-29. . . 6i 562 358 189 One-A-Day Menopause Health Tablets (Bayer) . 63 579 G-22.. 833 G-18. 158 G-11. G-29. 164 G-4. 567 G-23. G-19. 527 Oregon Grape (Berberis vulgaris) G-4. 598 Orange Root G-13. 491 G-17. 306 NuVeg Red Clover Combination Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 633 Ocimum basilicum G-4. 690 (Leonurus cardiaca) Mountain Mountain Mountain Mountain Balm Box Cranberry Flax G-i8. 510 G-14. 779 683 (Lobelia inflata) Lobelia inflata LOVAGE G-ie. . 64 Oil Plant G-7. G-IS. 158 Old Man's Pepper G-26.

G-5. . G-4. . . . . 63 Premium Fenugreek Seed Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . . 633 Purshiana Bark G-7. 23 G-25. excelsa) ffQuassia Quassia amara Quassia Wood Queen Ann's-Lace Quercus Marina QUININE 622 G-3. 6 3 3 (Asclepias tuberosa) G-20. . 690 Picrasma excelsa 622 Pigeon's Grass G-25. . 8 1 2 G-5. 690 268 G-25. 633 Public House Plant 48 Pudding Grass 579 Pudding Pipe Tree G-13. 655 683 . Rattleweed RED CLOVER . 354 Pukeweed G-ie. 9 2 SAGE (Salvia officinalis) G-21. 626 G-17. 653 G-25. . . 809 Phyto Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 469 Pick-Pocket G-22. 317 Rhamnus purshiana G-7.. 684 Senokot Granules (Purdue Frederick) G-30. 9 2 (Trifolium pratense) . 158 Rock Fern 491 Rock Parsley G-19. 354 Purple Clover G-21. 23 G-3..304 Premium Feverfew Leaf Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . 648 579 G-21. . 690 Scabwort G-10. . 425 Pimpinella anisum G-3. 185 Rhubarb G-8. 645 26 G-21. .. 561 683 (Polygala senega) Senega Senega Snakeroot Seneka SENNA 683 683 683 683 G-22. 788 Pigeonweed G-25. 479 Pulegium 579 Purging Cassia G-13. 6i PLEURISY ROOT SNAKE LILY/I-197 Rattle Pouches Rattlebush Rattleroot Rattlesnake Root (Polygala senega) . . .G-22. G-22.G-22. 684 Senokot X (Purdue Frederick) . .306 Prickly Ash 545 Prickly Ash AutumnHarvested Liquid (Health from the Sun) 545 Prickly Box 487 Promensil Tablets (Novogen) G-29. 684 (Cassia senna) (Rosmarinus officinalis) Rosemary Leaf Liquid (Nature's Answer) Rosmarinus officinalis Round-Leaved Hepatica RUE G-21. 779 Remifemin Tablets (PhytoPharmica) G-30. 443 Pipperidge G-4. 266 Scarlet Monarda 562 Scotch Barley G-4. 123 (Ruta graveolens) Run-by-the-Ground Ruta graveolens Sacred Bark SAFFLOWER Senna Extract Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 684 Senna Leaf Capsules (Frontier) 684 Senokot Childrens' Syrup (Purdue Frederick) G-30. sei (Carthamus tinctorius) SAFFRON (Cinchona pubescens) Raccoon Berry Ramsthorn (Crocus sativus) Sagackhomi . G-21. 510 Poison Flag G-19. .G-26. 598 Podophyllum peltatum G-17. 153 652 G-21. 779 Sanguinaria 108 Sanguinaria canadensis 108 Sanguinary (Achillea millefolium) . 482 Seawrack 106 Segg Seneca SENECA SNAKEROOT G-19. 6 9 0 . 212 Salvia officinalis G-21. 648 G-7.. 212 G-8. 779 (Picrasma. 690 Pot Barley G-4. 153 QUASSIA Red Clover Blossom Capsules (Nature's Bounty) 633 Red Clover Herb Capsules (Frontier) 633 Red Clover Herbal Capsules (Apothecary) 633 Red Clover Liquid (McZand) . 185 Richweed G-5. 788 Piliolerial 579 Pilocarpus microphyllus . 63 Sea Parsley G-16. Rattlesnake Root (Trillium erectum) . G-26. 788 G-9. 833 Sanguinary (Capsella bursa-pastoris) G-22. . 561 Polar Plant G-21. 7 4 . 270 ROSEMARY Sagrada Bark G-7. 809 106 G-20. 633 Red Root 108 Redberry Leaves G-25. . . . 684 Senokot Xtra (Purdue Frederick) 684 SheggS G-19. 92 Rhamnus catharticus G-6. 684 Senokot Tablets (Purdue Frederick) G-30. G-15. . 510 G-6. . 35 Piper methysticum G-15. . 690 SHEPHERD'S PURSE (Capsella bursa-pastoris) G-22. 567 Rockwrack 106 Roman Chamomile G-IO. 153 Rheum palmatum G-8. 645 Polygala senega 683 Poor Man's Parmacettie . 23 G-3. 690 G-22. 645 645 G-21.SAFETY GUIDE Philtron G-25. 561 Shepherd's Heart 0-22. 655 Sandberry G-25. . 92 Ricinus communis G-7. 153 Salsify G-9. 172 G-19. 123 Rhamnus frangula G-12.. . . 690 Shepherd's Scrip Shepherd's Sprout Siberian Tea Simpler's Joy Slippery Root Smallage Snake Lily .

G-26. 779 G-IO. 812 812 (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi) Velvet Dock Venus Hair Veratrum luteum Verbena officinalis VERVAIN (Verbena officinalis) G-25. 401 G-20. Josephwort Standardized Feverfew Extract Capsules (Nature's Way) Standardized Licorice Capsules (Nature's Resource) Standardized Uva Ursi Extract Capsules (Nature's Way) Starwort Staunchweed Sundance Aloe Vera Gel (Lee) Suterberry Swallow-Wort Swamp Cedar Sweet Root Sweet Slumber Symphytum officinale Tanacetum parthenium Tanacetum vulgare TANSY G-23. 13 G-21. 754 487 487 G-8.I-198/SNAKE ROOT Snake Root Snakebite (Sanguinaria canadensis) Snakebite (Trillium erectum) Snakeroot Soldier's Woundwort Sow Berry Spanish Bugloss Spanish Saffron Spignet SPIKENARD PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES 683 ios . . 829 Wormwood G-18. 74 G-20. 212 812 G-19. 61 G-3. 754 Turmeric G-26. Nature's Way) . 355 G-19. 270 G-24. 598 775 Warnera Water Flag WATERCRESS G-13. 759 26 G-21. 304 G-4. 123 G-10. G-4. . 107 579 G-5. 479 Wake-Robin G-4. 690 G-24. 690 G-10. 74 48 G-26. 598 407 (Daucus carota) Wild Clover Wild Countryside Black Cohosh Root Capsules (Nature's Herbs) Wild Countryside Licorice Root Capsules (Nature's Herbs) Wild Countryside Myrrh Gum Capsules (Nature's Herbs) Wild Curcuma Wild Ginger WILD INDIGO G-25. Frontier. 56i G-17. 169 Vitex agnus-castus G-8. 684 545 G-22. 598 G-22. 759 G-24. 653 G-23. John's Plant St. 260 (Artemisia absinthium) . 92 579 109 G-6. 176 Vitex Capsules (Naturalife. 524 G-24. 209 Uva Ursi Leaf Capsules (ADH. 759 G-19. 56i (Nasturtium officinale) Watercress Capsules (National Vitamin) Waythorn Whig Plant White Cedar White Flag Root White Horehound White Root Wild Bergamont WILD CARROT 798 (Thuja occidentalis) Thuja occidentalis Tinnevelly Senna Toothache Tree Toywort Tree of Life Trefoil (Hepatica nobilis) Trefoil (Trifolium pratense) Trifolium pratense Trigonella foenum-graecum Trillium erectum Tuber Root TURMERIC (Aralia racemosd) Spikenard Spotted Monarda Spotted Thistle Squaw Balm Squaw Root Squawmint Tickweed Squawroot St. 56i G-14. 479 G-20. 306 G-24. 64 798 G-6. 266 G-16. 355 48 (Baptisia tinctoria) Wild Indigo Fresh Root Liquid (Health from the Sun) Wild Indigo Root. 212 0-11. 633 G-21. 74 Wallwort G-9. James' Weed St. 711 Tetterwort {Sanguinaria canadensis) Thousand Weed Three-Leaved Throw-Wort THUJA ios G-26. 759 G-16. 633 G-11. . 833 G-4. 759 G-22. 684 . 266 491 301 G-25. 107 G-22.176 Vomitroot G-16. 690 G-IS. 711 433 407 G-6. . 788 (Tanacetum vulgare) Tea Plant Tea Tree Tetterwort (Chelidonium majus) G-24. 510 48 G-IO. Benedict Thistle St. 479 Vomitwort G-16. 788 G-25. 74 G-18. 355 Turmeric Whole Rhizome Liquid (Health from the Sun) 846 Tussilago farfara G-9. 530 X-Prep Bowel Evacuant Liquid (Purdue Frederick) . . 633 (Curcuma domestica) 92 306 469 779 301 G-26. 846 Turmeric Extract Capsules (Nature's Way) 846 Turmeric Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 846 Turmeric Root G-13. . 833 16 545 G-20. 530 G-4. 469 108 G-9. 833 G-4. . Nature's Herbs) 779 Uva Ursi Leaves Capsules (Nature's Way) 779 UVA-URSI 469 534 G-13. 598 G-24. Alcohol Free Liquid (Nature's Answer) Wild Iris Wild Lemon Wild Nard Wild Sunflower Wild Tobacco Wind Root Witches' Pouches Wood Waxen WORMWOOD G-26. 809 G-21.

354 Cassia senna G-22. Key Co. Nature Made. 153 G-3. 13 G-3. . . Rexall Consumer) Garlic Power Tablets (Nature's Herbs) (Rhamnus catharticus) G-6. 327 327 Garlic Enteric Coated Tablets (Perrigo. 13 G-3. . Mason Vitamins. Cardinal. 355 G-10. 92 G-7.443 G-12. Rexall Consumer) Black Cohosh Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) Black Root Black Snake Root Blackwort Boneset Bruisewort BUCKTHORN 92 92 G-9. 13 G-12. 317 G-12. 212 Chinese Tian Shan Garlic Tablets (Nature's Herbs) Chittem Bark Cimicifuga Cimicifuga racemosa Clove Garlic Cockup Hat COMFREY . 684 Centrum Garlic Capsules (Whitehall-Robins) G-31. ISS Deodorized Garlic Tablets (Nature's Bounty) 327 Dog Wood G-12. . 212 G-15. 92 G-9. 327 G-3.327 G-7. Nature's Way) 153 Cascara Sagrada Natural Laxative Capsules (Nature's Resource) 153 Cassia fistula G-13. 64 268 G-7.. 212 Da-Huang G-8. 443 G-4. Bergen Brunswig.833 Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Bark Flag Ginseng Iris Puccoon Root Starwort G-7.SAFETY GUIDE YARROW GARLIC POWER T A B L E T S / I . 317 G-5. 833 Yarrow Extract Liquid (Nature's Way) 833 Yarrow Flowers Capsules (Frontier. 185 Black Cohosh Capsules (Frontier. . 317 G-9. 153 G-12. Herbal Harvest. . . 317 G-22. 327 Garlic Oil 1000 Capsules (Republic) 327 (Rheum (Cimicifuga racemosa) G-5. Basic Vitamins. . . 212 Garlic Oil Capsules (Advanced Nutritional. 9 2 palmatum) G-8. 153 (Ocimum basilicum) Bergenia crassifolia Bitter Bark Black Alder BLACK COHOSH Cascara Sagrada Bark Capsules (Frontier) 153 Cascara Sagrada Bark Mild Stimulant Laxative Capsules (Nature's Herbs) . 153 G-5. sei 109 G-19. Frontier.1 9 9 (Achillea millefolium) . Major. Kyolic Hi-Po Formula Capsules (Wakunaga) Alcohol Free Kava Kava Liquid (Nature's Answer) Alder Buckthorn Alder Dogwood Alexandrian Senna ALKANET (Alkanna tinctoria) Alkanet Root Alkanna tinctoria Allium sativum Anchusa Arrow Wood Ass Ear Ava Ava Pepper BASIL 327 . 317 327 327 . G-9.327 Garlic Oil Natural Capsules (Cardinal. . Humco. . 355 G-13. 153 G-19.. 13 G-12. . Nature's Bounty. Family Pharmacy. 317 G-12. . . 684 G-3. 327 CHINESE RHUBARB (Rhamnus frangula) Frangula Bark Garl-Action Tablets (Action Labs) GARLIC G-12. . 327 729 (Symphytum officinale) . . 561 G-13. Mason Vitamins. 212 G-9. 92 G-12. 153 G-13. 443 G-15. . . Rexall Consumer) . Health Products. Apothecary. 212 G-9. Nature's Way. 317 Buckthorn Bark Bugbane Bugwort California Buckthorn Cana Fistula CASCARA SAGRADA G-12. 92 G-5. . 92 G-5. 317 327 (Allium sativum) Garlic Capsules (Bio-Tech. 212 G-5. Nature's Herbs) . 13 (Bergenia crassifolia) Ex-Lax Maximum Strength (Novartis Consumer) FRANGULA 268 684 (Rhamnus purshiana) G-7. Natrol. . 153 Cascara Sagrada Capsules (Herbal Harvest. 266 Yellow Wood Yellowroot Zaffer Zanthoxylum americanum ZEDOARY 545 358 652 545 (Curcuma zedoaria) G-26. 123 Consound G-9. G-26. . Medicine Shoppe. 354 Dogwood Bark Dyer's Bugloss ELEPHANT-EARS G-7. Perrigo) . National Vitamin) G-12. 846 Not for use while nursing Aged Garlic Extract.

13 Squaw Root G-S. 327 One-A-Day Garlic Capsules (Bayer) G-29. . . 354 Purshiana Bark G-7. 327 Leather Bergenia 268 Marcory 729 NuVeg Black Cohosh Root Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 92 Ocimum basilicum G-4.1 . 317 Rhamnus purshiana G-7. Contract Pharmacal. 327 (Cassia fistula) Gum Plant Hartshorn Healing Herb High Alicin Garlic Tablets (Futurebiotics) High Potency Garlic Oil Capsules (Nature Made) Highwaythorn India Senna Indian Laburnum Intoxicating Pepper Kava Extract Capsules (Nature's Way) KAVA KAVA G-13. .2 0 0 /GARLIC TABLETS PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S Garlic Tablets (ADH. National Vitamin. 684 Senokot X (Purdue Frederick) . 153 G-9. 212 Kwai Garlic Tablets (Lichtwer) G-29. 64 Odorless Garlic Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 327 One-A-Day Cholesterol Health Tablets (Bayer) . Celestial Seasonings. 684 G-13. Freeda. . 92 Perdiem Overnight Relief (Novartis Consumer) G-29. 443 Kava Kava Power Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 443 Kava Kava Premium Extract Capsules (Futurebiotics) 443 Kava Kava Root Capsules (Frontier. . Josephwort G-4. . 327 Pudding Pipe Tree G-13. 92 Remifemin Tablets (PhytoPharmica) G-30. 443 Poor Man's Treacle G-12. GOLDEN SHOWER TREE 327 327 327 327 327 . 212 327 327 G-6. Nature's Bounty. 684 Senokot Tablets (Purdue Frederick) G-30. 92 Rattleweed G-5. Perrigo. Republic. Mason Vitamins. 123 Rhamnus frangula G-12. 153 Queen's Delight 729 Ramsthora G-e. 684 Senokot Xtra (Purdue Frederick) 684 Siberian Tea 268 Silver Leaf 729 Slippery Root G-9. 212 Tinnevelly Senna . . 64 Standardized Garlic Capsules (Nature's Resource) 327 STILLING1A (Stillingia sylvatica) 729 Stillingia sylvatica 729 Symphytum officinale G-9. Humco. Naturalife. 153 Rheum palmatum Rhubarb Richweed Sacred Bark Sagrada Bark Salsify SENNA G-8. Medicine Shoppe. 443 Knitback G-9. 123 G-9. . Zenith Goldline) Garlicin Tablets (Nature's Way) Garlic-X Tablets (Mason Vitamins) Garlin Tablets (Major) Garlique Enteric Coated Tablets (Sunsource) Garlique Tablets (Sunsource) . Basic Vitamins. Naturalife. 443 (Piper methysticum) Kava Kava Capsules (Bergen Brunswig. . 443 443 G-15. 92 G-7. 354 Purging Cassia G-13. ISS G-8. 212 G-6. Apothecary. Rexall Managed Care. Rexall Consumer. 684 Senokot Granules (Purdue Frederick) G-30. 684 Total Gar Capsules (Mason Vitamins) 327 Wallwort G-9. Sundown) Kava Kava Extract Liquid (Rainbow Light) 443 443 Kava Kava Liquid (McZand) . Nature's Herbs. Family Pharmacy. Nature's Way) 443 Kavatrol Capsules (Natrol) G-29. 212 Spanish Bugloss G-3. 92 Rhamnus catharticus G-6. McZand. 153 G-7. iss G-5. 684 Yaw Root 729 Yellow Bark G-7. 354 G-9. Celestial Seasonings. 327 Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract Tablets (Wakunaga) G-30. Major. G-29. 684 Persian Berries G-12. 212 G-22. 153 . 92 St. 684 (Cassia senna) Senna Extract Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 684 Senna Leaf Capsules (Frontier) 684 Senokot Childrens' Syrup (Purdue Frederick) G-30. 212 Knitbone G-9. Nature's Resource. 354 G-15. 123 G-22. 212 Waythorn G-e. 317 Piper methysticum G-15. G-29. . Mason Vitamins. 123 Wild Countryside Black Cohosh Root Capsules (Nature's Herbs) 92 X-Prep Bowel Evacuant Liquid (Purdue Frederick) . 123 Rattleroot G-5. 443 Kawa G-15. American Pharmaceutical.G-22. Bergen Brunswig. 327 One-A-Day Menopause Health Tablets (Bayer) .

602 G-16. 510 Dudgeon G-6. 69 G-4. 672 G-22.SAFETY GUIDE PIGWOOD/I-201 For use only under supervision Aconite Aconitum napellus ALMOND G-IS. 521 . G-S. 248 (Atropa belladonna) Belladonna Scopola Besom BiRTHWORT (Aristolochia clematitis) . SO G-15. 545 G-17. 69 Dogbane 418 Dog's Finger G-10. 545 Naughty Man's Cherries . 602 G-15. 69 NUTMEG (Myristica fragrans) Our Lady's Tears Phytolacca americana Phytolacca Berry Phytolacca Root Pigeon Berry Pigwood G-18. 521 Muguet G-IS. . 602 (Buxus sempervirens) Branching Phytolacca Breeam Broom Broomtops Browme Brum Bugbane Burning Bush Bush Tree Buxus sempervirens Canadian Hemp Cancer-Root Catchfly Chongras Coakum Cokan Convallaria Convallaria majalis Convall-Lily Crowberry Digitalis purpurea G-10. 495 G-17. . 116 Dwale G-4. 521 15 2s G-20. 510 418 G-17. 510 418 418 G-IS. 425 G-15. 672 25 G-25. 672 25 G-15.. 602 G-20. 672 (Prunus dulcis) AMERICAN HELLEBORE (Veratrum viride) American Nightshade American Spinach Apocynum cannabinum Aristolochia clematitis Arruda Brava Arruda Do Mato Atropa belladonna Basam Bear's Grape BELLADONNA Cytisus scoparius Dead Men's Bells Deadly Nightshade Devil's Bite Devil's Cherries Devil's Herb DIGITALIS G-22. . 475 G-ie. G-17. G .4 . 672 G-20. 602 G-20. 791 G-e. . . 475 . 248 Foxglove G-10. 475 . 69 15 G-17. 248 Dipteryx odorata 767 Divale G-4. 248 Finger Flower G-IO. 672 G-10. 602 G-25. 69 67i G-22. 425 G-16. ne G-6. 475 G-10. 475 G-20. . 248 Fairy Gloves G-IO. 791 Gatter G-25. 495 (Pilocarpus microphyllus) Jacob's Ladder Jalap Jamguarandi Japanese Belladonna Jordan Almond Juarandi Ladder-to-Heaven Ladies' Glove Lily Constancy LILY-OF-THE-VALLEY (Digitalis purpurea) G-10. 521 Fusanum G-25. . 337 Gloves of Our Lady Great Morel Greek Nuts Ground Lemon Hog Apple Honeybloom Indian Apple Indian Arrowroot Indian Poke INDIAN-HEMP G-IO. 791 Fairy Caps G-10. . 475 G-16. 248 Fairy Thimbles G-IO. . 495 . SO Bitterroot Bizzom Blue Rocket BOXWOOD 418 G-22. 791 GERMANDER (Convallaria majalis) Lion's Mouth Mace Mandragora Mandragora ojficinarum MANDRAKE (Mandragora ojficinarum) Mandrake May Bells May Lily MAYAPPLE G-17. G-17. 248 Duck's Foot G-17. 475 G-10. 425 67i 15 G-15. 602 G-22. 510 G-25. 248 G-4. 69 G-22. 475 Myristica fragrans G-18. 602 G-20. 602 418 G-20. 791 Gatten G-25. 248 G-18. 521 (Podophyllum peltatum) Milk Ipecac Milkweed MONKSHOOD (Aconitum napellus) (Teucrium chamaedrys) . 602 G-4. 545 G-ie. 475 G-20. 248 G-16. 521 G-18. 69 Indian-Hemp Inkberry Irish Tops Itchweed JABORANDI 418 G-20. . 425 G-4. 791 (Apocynum cannabinum) 418 . G-16. 248 G-4. l i e G-20. . G-25. 475 G-16.672 G-22. 69 Earth Gall 25 Euonymus atropurpurea . 602 G-20. 248 Fairy Fingers G-IO. 69 25 G-4. 602 G-22. 69 Dwayberry G-4. 425 G-16. . 248 Friar's Cap G-IS. 602 G-20. 672 G-22. . 672 G-22. G-6. 475 G-20. 510 G-17. 672 G-IS. 510 G-IS. 602 418 G-5. 791 Fusoria G-25. G-12. 248 Fly-Trap 4is Folks' Glove G-10. 791 Gadrose G-25. l i e 418 G-20. 791 25 Mousebane G-IS. 602 G-20.

602 671 G-17. 337 (Euonymus atropurpurea) Wallflower Wild Cotton Wild Lemon Witches' Gloves Wolfsbane . . G-20. 510 G-10. 602 G-20. 791 15 G-17. 791 G-20. G-15. 69 . 495 G-20. 510 G-20. 602 G-25. 791 418 418 G-17. 602 G-25. 602 PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Satan's Apple Scoke Scoparium Scopola SCOPOLIA Podophyllum peltatum Poison Black Cherry POKE G-17. 521 (Phytolacca americana) Poke Berry Poke Root Pokeweed Prickwood Prunus dulcis Raccoon Berry Red Weed Red-Ink Plant Russian Belladonna (Scopolia carniolicd) Scopolia carniolica SCOTCH BROOM (Cytisus scoparius) Skewerwood Skoke Spindle Tree Sweet Almond Teucrium chamaedrys 671 671 G-22. . 602 G-10. 5io G-4. 602 G-20. 248 G-18. 672 G-25. 425 Pocan G-20. 602 G-22. 672 67i Tickleweed TONKA BEANS 25 (Dipteryx odorata) Tonquin Bean Veratrum viride Virginian Poke Virgin's Glove WAHOO 767 767 25 G-20. 248 G-25. 791 15 G-12. 602 G-20. 602 G-20.1-202/PILOCARPUS MICROPHYLLUS Pilocarpus microphyllus .

.1-203 Manufacturers Index This herbal entry Guide. 280 Adams Boulevard Farmingdale. .. 369 AMERICAN PHARMACAL.alvita. INC. 6988 Sierra Court Dublin. the the first photograph the second herbal monograph which product appears.aimforherbs. .com Herbal Products Available: Activated Ginkgo Tablets ALVITA TEA COMPANY 342 600 East Quality Drive American Fork. index provides you The with names contact of the information for products refers to in follow a each the supplier whose products appear in the monographs. INC. ACTION LABS. 346 Ginseng Chinese Capsules 346 Goldenseal Capsules 355 Gotu Kola Capsules 359 Hawthorne Capsules 271 Sarsaparilla Capsules 661 Saw Palmetto Capsules 664 Uva Ursi Leaf Capsules 779 Valerian Root Capsules 783 White Willow Bark Capsules . Herbal Products Available: Activin Capsules Flaxseed Oil Capsules Garlic Oil Capsules Ginseng Korean Capsules New Energy Capsules AIM FOR HERBS 362 313 327 346 313 327 346 346 346 75 342 516 664 719 551 ssi 843 843 843 843 843 16 Kingston Street Somerville. . KS 66103 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 349-4923 FAX: (210) 349-9043 Herbal Products Available: Ginseng Capsules AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL CO. NY 10920-1726 12 Dwight Place Fairfield. SOT ADVANCED NUTRITIONAL TECHNOLOGY. MA 02144 Direct Inquiries to: (888) 752-1352 www. .com Herbal Products Available: Alvita Astragalus Root Tea Bags 54 Caffeine-Free Ginger Root Tea Bags 339 Chinese Green Tea Tea Bags . 346 215 North Route 303 Congers. UT 84003-3302 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 258-4828 FAX: (801) 763-0789 www. . lists the two page to company's of the contact product information. Direct Inquiries to: (914) 268-0027 FAX: (914) 268-2988 Herbal Products Available: Aloe Vera Capsules 16 Barley Grain Capsules 63 Bilberry Extract Capsules 75 Borage Oil Capsules 114 Butcher's Broom Capsules 132 Cat's Claw Capsules 160 Cayenne Peppers Capsules 165 Damiana Leaves Capsules 244 Dandelion Root Capsules 245 Devil's Claw Capsules 247 Echinacea Capsules 26i Evening Primrose Oil Capsules 298 Garlic Tablets 327 Ginkgo Biloba Capsules 342 Ginseng American Capsules . CA 94568 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 624-6543 (925) 828-2128 FAX: (925) 828-6848 1201 Douglas Avenue Kansas City. INC. John's Wort Plus Tablets Wild Oats Liquid Wild Oats Tablets Yohimbe Power Max 1500 for Women Tablets Yohimbe Power Max 1500 Tablets Yohimbe Power Max 2000 Capsules Yohimbe Power Max 2000 Liquid Yohimbized 1000 Liquid ADH HEALTH PRODUCTS INC. NY 11735 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 932-2953 FAX: (516) 694-6493 Herbal Products Available: Garl-Action Tablets Gin-Action Tablets Ginseng Power Max 4X Capsules Ginseng Power Max 4X Liquid Super Bilberry Plus Tablets Super Ginkgo Biloba Plus Tablets Super Milk Thistle Plus Tablets Super Saw Palmetto Plus Tablets Super St. in the If an Identification numbers. NJ 07004 Direct Inquiries to: (973) 515-1000 .

com Herbal Products Available: Ginger Root Oil Juniper Berry Oil Myrrh Commiphora Oil Red Thyme Oil White Thyme Oil Wild Chamomile Oil BASIC VITAMINS 339 440 534 761 76i 331 P. . BROWNE DRUG COMPANY 719 36 Columbia Road P. 2381 Circadian Way Santa Rosa. 346 346 346 355 359 362 369 443 664 719 783 6 Campus Boulevard Newtown Square. 327 One-A-Day Cold Season Tablets G-29.com Herbal Products Available: Alfalfa Tablets Garlic Oil Capsules Garlic Tablets Ginseng Capsules BAYER CORP.O. 664 One-A-Day Tension & Mood Tablets G-29. .O. Box 1910 Morristown. G-29.O. CA 92618 Direct Inquiries to: (949) 380-4317 FAX: (949) 583-2016 www.O.auracacia. CA 92868 Direct Inquiries to: (714) 385-4000 FAX: (714) 385-8830 Herbal Products Available: Bilberry Capsules Cat's Claw Capsules Cayenne Capsules Echinacea Capsules Evening Primrose Oil Capsules Feverfew Capsules Garlic Oil Capsules Garlic Tablets Ginger Root Capsules Ginkgo Biloba Capsules Ginseng Capsules Ginseng Natural Tablets Ginseng Root Korean White Capsules Ginseng Root Siberian Capsules Golden Seal Root Capsules Gotu Kola Capsules Grape Seed Capsules Green Tea Capsules Kava Kava Capsules Saw Palmetto Capsules St. INC.O. PA 19087 Direct Inquiries to: (610) 225-0200 140 Sylvan Avenue P. . 342 Ginseng Siberian Capsules 346 Goldenseal Root Capsules 355 Guarana Tablets 376 Papaya Digestive Enzyme Tablet 565 Red Clover Herbal Capsules . Box 1613 Englewood Cliffs. 346 P. AR 72702 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 345-1199 FAX: (501) 443-5643 Herbal Products Available: Bioflax Capsules Garlic Capsules Wild Yam Capsules BOERICKE & TAFEL 313 327 817 101 Arbuckle Road Weaverville. INC. INC. MN 55337 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 328-2742 FAX: (800) 328-1584 Herbal Products Available: Alfalfa Tablets 12 Cayenne Herbal Capsules 165 Echinacea Root Herbal Capsules 261 Garlic Oil Capsules 327 Garlic Tablets 327 Ginkgo Biloba Plus Capsules . 165 P. CA 96093 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 437-3301 FAX: (800) 717-4375 www. 497 497 497 11 Morgan Irvine. .com Herbal Products Available: Lynae Ginse-Cool Chewable Tablets BRECKENRIDGE PHARMACEUTICAL. 807 AURA CACIA Direct Inquiries to: (800) 348-2240 Herbal Products Available: One-A-Day Cholesterol Health Tablets G-29. Box 1992 Fayetteville. Box 412 Vandalia. John's Wort Capsules Valerian Root Capsules BIOGLAN PHARMA. 342 One-A-Day Menopause Health Tablets G-29. . Box 206 Boca Raton.boscogen. 327 One-A-Day Memory & Concentration Tablets .T. John's Wort Capsules E.. NJ 07962-1910 900 West Valley Road Suite 400 Wayne. PA 19073 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 264-7661 FAX: (610) 325-7480 Herbal Products Available: Calendula Gel Calendula Lotion Calendula Ointment BOSCOGEN INC. . OH 45377 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 782-2742 FAX: (937) 898-0500 www. NJ 07632 Direct Inquiries to: (201) 947-3050 FAX: (201) 947-9276 .1-204 /AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL CO.. 719 BERGEN BRUNSWIG DRUG COMPANY FAX: (610) 225-0160 Herbal Products Available: Zostrix Cream BIO-TECH PHARMACAL. 633 Sarsaparilla Root Capsules 66i Valerian Root Tablets 783 White Willow Bark Capsules .basicvitamins. CONSUMER CARE DIVISION 12 327 327 346 4000 Metropolitan Drive Orange. PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES FAX: (973) 515-9766 Herbal Products Available: Garlic Tablets APOTHECARY PRODUCTS 327 11531 Rupp Drive Bumsville. . FL 33429 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 367-3395 (561) 367-8512 FAX: (561) 367-8107 Herbal Products Available: St. CA 95407 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 876-9505 (707) 571-8202 FAX: (707) 571-8237 Herbal Products Available: Califlora Calendula Gel BOIRON USA 497 75 160 165 261 298 306 327 327 339 342 346 . 92 One-A-Day Prostate Health Capsules G-29.. 26i One-A-Day Garlic Capsules G-29.

. . NY 11788 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 367-5433 www. Box 299 Norway.2 0 5 Herbal Products Available: Palmers Aloe Vera Formula Cream CARDINAL HEALTH. NY 10017 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 777-3737 (212) 685-4980 FAX: (212) 685-7297 Herbal Products Available: Alfalfa Concentrate Tablets Cabbage Tablets Garlic Tablets Guar Gum Powder Pacific Kelp Tablets Papaya Tablets FRONTIER 12 134 327 376 122 565 160 Commerce Drive Hauppauge. . PA 19398-1027 P. .com www. INC. NY 11788 Direct Inquiries to: (631) 231-4610 FAX: (631) 231-4156 Herbal Products Available: Echinacea Capsules Garlic Tablets Ginseng Capsules St.271 409 443 346 469 .enzy. 331 Chickweed Herb Capsules iso Damiana Leaf Capsules 244 Dandelion Root Capsules 245 Devil's Claw Root Tuber Capsules 247 Echinacea Angustifolia Herb Capsules Echinacea purpurea Root Capsules Elder Flowers Capsules Eleuthero Ginseng Root Capsules Eyebright Herb Capsules Fenugreek Seed Capsules Garlic Capsules Ginger Root Capsules Ginkgo Leaf Capsules Goldenseal Leaf Capsules Goldenseal Root Capsules Gotu Kola Capsules Guggul Resin Capsules Hawthorne Berries Capsules Horsetail Grass Capsules Kava Kava Root Capsules Korean Ginseng Root Capsules Licorice Root Capsules Marshmallow Root Capsules Mullein Leaf Liquid . John's Wort Tablets ENZYMATIC THERAPY 261 327 346 719 825 Challenger Drive Green Bay. . .. 41st Street New York. . . ..celestialseasonings. 134 Blessed Thistle Capsules 107 Burdock Root Capsules 128 Butcher's Broom Root Capsules 132 Cascara Sagrada Bark Capsules 153 Catnip Leaf Capsules 164 Cat's Claw Inner Bark Capsules ieo Cayenne 30.com .com Herbal Products Available: Hypericalm Capsules FAMILY PHARMACY 719 P.M A N U F A C T U R E R S INDEX FUTUREBIOTICS / 1 . OH 43016 Direct Inquiries to: (614) 757-5000 Herbal Products Available: 75 Bilberry Capsules 261 Echinacea Capsules 327 Garlic Capsules Garlic Oil Natural Capsules . 505 532 729 573 633 630 66i 664 684 678 . . 327 327 346 4600 Sleepytime Drive Boulder.O. .O. . . 327 Ginkgo Biloba Capsules 342 Ginseng Siberian Capsules 346 Saw Palmetto Capsules 664 Valerian Root Capsules 783 CELESTIAL SEASONINGS. IA 52318 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 786-1388 FAX: (800) 717-4372 Herbal Products Available: Alfalfa Leaf Capsules 12 American Ginseng Root Capsules 346 Bilberry Leaf Capsules 75 Black Cohosh Capsules 92 Black Walnut Hulls Capsules .futurebiotics. 835 145 Ricefield Lane Hauppauge. .. WI 54311 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 783-2286 E-mail: etmail@enzy.. . John's Wort Capsules 719 CONTRACT PHARMACAL CORPORATION 36 E.com Herbal Products Available: Echinacea Capsules 261 Garlic Tablets 327 Ginkgo Biloba Capsules 342 Ginseng Energy Capsules 346 Green Tea Extract Capsules . is 5555 Glendon Court Dublin. John's Wort Herb Capsules Uva Ursi Leaf Capsules Valerian Root Capsules White Willow Bark Capsules Wild Yam Root & Rhizome Extract Liquid Wild Yam Root Capsules Yarrow Flowers Capsules Yellow Dock Root Capsules FUTUREBIOTICS 261 261 287 346 300 304 327 339 342 355 355 359 534 . INC. 369 Kava Kava Capsules 443 Panax Ginseng Capsules 346 Saw Palmetto Capsules 664 St.000 Heat Units Capsules i65 Certified Organic Nettle Leaf Capsules 729 Certified Organic Red Raspberry Leaf Capsules 630 Chamomile Flowers Capsules . 807 817 817 33 . CO 80301-3292 Direct Inquiries to: (303) 530-5300 FAX: (303) 581-1294 www. . . INC. . . Box 1027 Southeastern. 697 719 779 783 . Nettle Leaf Capsules Passion Flower Capsules Red Clover Herb Capsules Red Raspberry Leaves Capsules Sarsaparilla Root Capsules Saw Palmetto Berries Capsules Senna Leaf Capsules Skullcap Herb Capsules Slippery Elm Bark Capsules St. Direct Inquiries to: (800) 333-7347 FAX: (610) 695-8604 Herbal Products Available: Garlic Oil Capsules Garlic Tablets Ginseng Vitamin Capsules FREEDA VITAMINS. . .

HEALTH FROM THE SUN P. 843 56 High Street P.O. . . TX 75501 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 662-3435 FAX: (903) 831-7736 Herbal Products Available: Bilberry Extract Capsules 75 Cascara Sagrada Capsules 153 Cat's Claw Capsules 160 Cayenne Pepper Capsules 165 Echinacea Capsules 261 Feverfew Extract Capsules 306 Ginkgo Biloba Extract Capsules 342 Goldenseal Root Capsules 355 Hawthorn Extract Capsules 271 Kava Kava Capsules 443 Korean Ginseng Extract Capsules 346 Korean White Ginseng Capsules 346 Milk Thistle Extract Capsules . John's Wort Capsules GLENWOOD Wild Indigo Fresh Root Liquid 12 75 342 342 369 327 443 346 664 664 719 812 St.94 .1-206 /FUTUREBIOTICS PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Herbal Products Available: Alfalfa Whole Juice Concentrate Liquid Bilberry Extract Capsules Ginkgo Biloba Premium Extract Capsules Ginkgo Biloba Premium Extract Tablets Green Tea Tablets High Alicin Garlic Tablets Kava Kava Premium Extract Capsules Premium Blend Korean Ginseng Capsules Premium Blend Saw Palmetto Capsules Saw Palmetto Berries Capsules St. NH 03773 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 447-2249 FAX: (603) 763-9159 www.846 90 Orville Drive Bohemia. .energywave. Box 179 Newport Beach. John's Wort Capsules Valerian Root Capsules HUMCO 719 783 HEALTH PRODUCTS CORPORATION/ HEALTH BRAND Health Vitamin Company.hfts.94 . . . Louis. 490 Oregon Grape Liquid 527 Sheep Sorrel. Curcu Caps Capsules Prickly Ash AutumnHarvested Liquid Turmeric Whole Rhizome Liquid . .O. . . MO 63122 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 325-9592 (314) 965-6699 FAX: (314) 965-7629 Herbal Products Available: Alfamin Tablets Echinacea Root Capsules Garlic Capsules Goldenseal Plus Capsules Linum-20 Capsules St. . CA 90232 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 841-8448 FAX: (310) 202-9454 Herbal Products Available: Cat's Claw Capsules ieo Echinacea Capsules 261 Ginkgo Smart Capsules 342 Super Yohimbe-Plus Tablets . John's Wort Capsules 12 26i 327 355 313 719 . . 271 Korean Ginseng Capsules 346 Saw Palmetto Capsules 664 Siberian Ginseng Tablets 346 10549 West Jefferson Boulevard Culver City. John's Wort Extract Capsules 719 Valerian Root Capsules 783 IRWIN NATURALS 298 P.O. . NJ 07902 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 887-8535 (908) 277-2240 FAX: (908) 273-9116 E-mail: mail@energywave.O. 761 Yerba Santa Resin-Rich Leaf Liquid 84i HERBAL HARVEST 7400 Alumax Drive Texarkana. .com Herbal Products Available: Primrose Oil Capsules . 1060 Nepperhan Avenue Yonkers. Essex Ave.com Herbal Products Available: Bio-EFA Black Currant Capsules Black Currant Capsules .com www. Inc. P. Box 116 Williams. 8 4 3 THE KEY COMPANY 1313 W. .132 . NJ 07670 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 664-1449 (732) 981-9780 FAX: (732) 981-9790 Herbal Products Available: Yocon Tablets THE GREEN TURTLE BAY VITAMIN CO.545 .com www. . Box 220370 St. . . NY 11716 Direct Inquiries to: (631) 567-9500 FAX: (631) 244-2136 Herbal Products Available: Aloe Vera Capsules 16 Black Cohosh Capsules 92 Cascara Sagrada Capsules 153 Cayenne Capsules 165 Dandelion Root Capsules 245 Echinacea Capsules 26i Eyebright Capsules 300 Feverfew Extract Capsules 306 Ginger Root Capsules 339 Ginkgo Biloba Extract Tablets 342 Ginseng Complex Capsules 346 Golden Seal Root Capsules 355 Hawthorne Berries Capsules . 516 Saw Palmetto Extract Capsules 664 St. OR 97544 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 599-2392 (541) 846-6262 FAX: (800) 545-7392 E-mail: Herbpharm@aol. NY 10703-1432 Direct Inquiries to: (914) 423-2900 FAX: (914) 963-6001 Herbal Products Available: Garlic Oil Capsules 327 Ginseng Korean Capsules 346 Oil of Evening Primrose Capsules 298 Papaya Chewable Tablets 565 HERB PHARM 82 North Summit Street Tenafly.herb-pharm.. Box 642 Summit. Whole Flowering Plant Liquid 705 Thyme Leaf & Flower Liquid . INC. . .com Herbal Products Available: Madder Whole Root Liquid . .

O. John's Wort Capsules Total Gar Capsules Valerian Capsules Valerian Root Tablets Yohimbe Capsules Yohimbe Super Potent Tablets McKESSON DRUG COMPANY 664 719 327 783 783 843 843 ie ie Foster Plaza 9 750 Holiday Drive Pittsburgh. Ginkgo Biloba Extract Capsules Ginseng Complex Korean Capsules Ginseng Korean Capsules Ginseng Korean Tablets Ginseng Siberian Capsules Goldenseal Capsules Goldenseal Root Capsules Gotu Kola Capsules G-Sana Capsules Guarana Capsules Hawthorn Berry Capsules Kava Kava Capsules Kelp Tablets Licorice Capsules Milk Thistle Capsules Oat Bran Tablets Papaya Enzyme with Papain Tablet 342 346 346 346 346 355 355 359 346 122 271 443 122 469 516 .2 0 7 P.. DE 19720 Direct Inquiries to: (302) 328-3355 FAX: (302) 328-6968 Herbal Products Available: Papaya Chewable Tablets Papaya Coated Tablets MASON VITAMINS. Box 3836 If South El Monte. FL 33014 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 327-6005 FAX: (800) 328-3944 www.masonvitamins.S. INC. CA 94104-5296 Direct Inquiries to: (415) 983-8300 FAX: (415) 983-7160 Herbal Products Available: Cayenne Capsules 165 Echinacea Capsules 261 Ginseng Capsules 346 Ginseng Concentrate Capsules . 346 Golden Seal Root Capsules 355 Gotu Kola Herb Capsules 359 Valerian Root Capsules 783 McZAND HERBAL. P. NY 12525 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 262-KISS (914) 255-0884 ^ FAX: (914) 255-4312 "^ www.com Herbal Products Available: Alfalfa Fortified Tablets Alfalfa Tablets Aloe Vera Concentrate 5000 Capsules Bilberry Capsules Cat's Claw Capsules Cayenne Capsules Echinacea Capsules Evening Primrose Oil Capsules Feverfew Capsules Garlic Capsules Garlic Oil Capsules Garlic Tablets Garlic-X Tablets Ginger Capsules Ginger Root Capsules GinkAlert Tablets Ginkgo Biloba Capsules 12 12 ie 75 ieo 163 261 298 306 327 327 327 327 339 339 342 342 One Post Street San Francisco.konsyl. CA 91733-3312 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 950-5337 FAX: (626) 442-6994 Herbal Products Available: Aloe 99 Gel Sundance Aloe Vera Gel LICHTWER PHARMA U. . CA 90409 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 800-0405 FAX: (310) 822-1050 Herbal Products Available: Alfalfa Liquid Astragalus Root Liquid Black Walnut Liquid Blue Cohosh Liquid Cat's Claw Capsules 12 54 134 109 160 . INC. .com Herbal Products Available: Natural Honey & Calendula Moisturizer for Extra Dry Skin KONSYL PHARMACEUTICALS 497 4200 South Hulen Fort Worth.O. 159th Street Miami Lakes. 342 Ginsai Capsules 346 Kira Tablets G-29.O. 50 McCullough Drive Southgate Center New Castle. 612 612 612 1434 Santa Anita Avenue P. 719 Kwai Garlic Tablets G-29. INC.551 565 565 565 Saw Palmetto Capsules St. INC.kissmyface.. TX 76109 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 356-6795 (817) 763-8011 FAX: (817) 731-9389 www.362 Kava Kava Root Capsules 443 Kelp Tablets 122 Licorice Root Capsules 469 Milk Thistle Capsules 516 Oat Bran Tablets 551 Papaya Tablets 565 Saw Palmetto Capsules 664 Valerian Root Capsules 783 MARLEX PHARMACEUTICALS.MANUFACTURERS INDEX KISS MY FACE MCZAND HERBAL.W. INC. PA 15220 Direct Inquiries to: (412) 928-9334 FAX: (412) 928-9655 Herbal Products Available: Ginkai Tablets 0-29. / I . MI 48150 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 875-0123 FAX: (734) 762-9730 Herbal Products Available: Alfalfa Tablets Bilberry Capsules Cayenne Pepper Capsules Echinacea Root Capsules Evening Primrose Capsules Eyebright Capsules Garlic Capsules 12 73 i65 261 298 300 327 5105 N. 327 MAJOR PHARMACEUTICALS • 31778 Enterprise Drive Livonia.com Herbal Products Available: Konsyl Easy Mix Konsyl for Kids Konsyl Powder Sugar Free LEE PHARMACEUTICALS Garlin Tablets 327 Ginkgo Biloba Capsules 342 Ginkgo Biloba Tablets 342 Ginseng Capsules 346 Ginseng Korean Capsules 346 Ginseng Siberian Capsules 346 Golden Seal Root Capsules 355 Gotu Kola Capsules 359 Grape Seed Extract Capsules . Box 224 Gardiner. Box 5312 Santa Monica.

John's Wort Extract Capsules Valerian Root Capsules Watercress Capsules NATROL 12 16 ieo 16 261 298 327 327 342 346 355 376 122 551 565 664 719 783 798 Cat's Claw Bark Capsules Dr. 443 Mood Support Capsules 719 Saw Palmetto Capsules 664 St. . PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Cayenne Capsules Chamomile Liquid Dandelion Liquid Echinacea Liquid Feverfew Capsules Ginger Liquid Ginkgo Capsules Ginkgo Liquid Ginseng American Liquid Ginseng Chinese Liquid Ginseng Siberian Liquid Goldenseal Liquid Gotu Kola Liquid Hawthorn Capsules Hawthorn Liquid Horsetail Liquid Kava Kava Capsules Kava Kava Liquid Licorice Liquid Milk Thistle Capsules Milk Thistle Liquid Nettle Capsules Nettle Liquid Oatstraw Capsules Oatstraw Liquid Red Clover Liquid Red Raspberry Liquid Saw Palmetto Capsules Saw Palmetto Liquid Valerian Liquid THE MEDICINE SHOPPE 165 331 245 261 306 339 342 342 346 346 346 355 359 271 271 409 443 443 469 516 516 729 729 551 551 633 630 664 664 783 Herbal Products Available: Alfalfa Tablets Aloe Vera Capsules Cat's Claw Capsules Chantal Aloe Vera Cream Echinacea Capsules Evening Primrose Oil Capsules Garlic Capsules Garlic Tablets Ginkgo Biloba Extract Capsules Ginseng Korean Capsules Golden Seal Capsules Guarana Tablets Kelp Tablets Oat Bran Chewable Tablets Papaya Enzyme Tablet Saw Palmetto Capsules St. 2 l 4 l l Prairie Street Chatsworth.natrol. MO 63132 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 325-1397 (314) 993-6000 FAX: (314) 872-5500 Herbal Products Available: Garlic Oil Capsules Garlic Tablets MERICON INDUSTRIES.1-208 /MCZAND HERBAL. CA 91340 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 276-2878 www.com Herbal Products Available: Alcohol Free Black Walnut Green Hulls Fluid Extract . .naturesanswer. INC. 409 342 2075 West Scranton Avenue Porterville. John's Wort Tablets 719 NATURALIFE CORPORATION 320 Oser Avenue Hauppauge. INC. .com Herbal Products Available: Ginkgo Tablets NATIONAL VITAMIN COMPANY. INC. CA 91311 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 326-1520 www.com Herbal Products Available: Astragalus Capsules 54 Basics Stinging Nettles Capsules 729 Bilberry Herb Capsules 75 Black Cohosh Capsules 92 Blackcurrant Seed Oil Capsules 94 Evening Primrose Oil Capsules 298 Ginkgo Biloba Extract 342 Ginkgo Biloba Tablets 342 Green Tea Capsules 369 Guarana Capsules 376 Kavatrol Capsules G-29. Louis. IL 61615-1561 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 242-6464 FAX: (309) 693-2158 E-mail: monocal@aol. Pioneer Road Peoria. Masquelier's Authentic OPC's Tablets Feverfew Leaf Capsules Garlic Tablets Ginkgo Biloba Capsules Ginseng Capsules Hawthorn Tablets Kava Kava Root Capsules Milk Thistle Capsules Original Primrose for Women Capsules Saw Palmetto Capsules St.naturemade. 327 327 8819 N. UT 84663 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 531-3233 FAX: (800) 489-3302 Herbal Products Available: Bilberry Capsules 75 .com Herbal Products Available: Alfalfa Herbs Tablets Chinese Red Panax Ginseng Capsules Chinese Red Panax Ginseng Tablets Echinacea Capsules Garlic Oil Capsules Ginkgo Biloba Tablets Goldenseal Root Capsules High Potency Garlic Oil Capsules St. 134 Alcohol Free Chaste Tree Berry Liquid 176 Alcohol Free Dandelion Root Liquid 245 Alcohol Free Ginger Root Fluid Extract 339 Alcohol Free Gotu Kola Herb Liquid 359 Alcohol Free Horsetail Liquid . NY 11788 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 439-2324 (516) 231-7492 FAX: (516) 951-2499 www. . John's Wort Capsules Vitex Capsules NATURE MADE 160 362 306 327 342 346 271 443 516 298 664 719 176 1150 Aviation Place San Fernando. CA 93257-8358 Direct Inquiries to: (800) 538-5828 FAX: (209) 781-8878 10 Mountain Springs Parkway Springville. John's Wort Tablets NATURE'S ANSWER 12 346 346 261 327 342 355 327 719 ll 00 North Lindbergh St.

. 346 Milk Thistle Capsules 516 Natural Ginkgo Biloba Tablets 342 Oat Bran Tablets 551 Red Clover Blossom Capsules 633 Royal Brittany Evening Primrose Oil Capsules 298 Saw Palmetto Capsules 664 Silymarin Milk Thistle Capsules 516 Valerian Root Capsules 783 Yohimbie Bark Tablets 843 NATURE'S HERBS 150 Motor Parkway Hauppauge. 346 Cleavers. . Alcohol Alcohol Free Nettles Leaf Free Liquid 812 Liquid 729 Wild Yam Liquid 817 Alcohol Free Passionflower Witch Hazel Leaf Liquid 821 Liquid 573 Wood Betony Herb Liquid 825 Alcohol Free Red Raspberry Leaf Liquid 630 NATURE'S BOUNTY. . 271 Free Liquid 355 Herbal Sure Aloe Vera Green Tea Leaf. . . . 664 Liquid 443 St. . .2 0 9 Alcohol Free Kava Kava Rosemary Leaf Liquid 645 Saw Palmetto Berries Liquid . 1 2 8 Garlic Oil Capsules 327 Catnip Herb Liquid Fluid Garlic Tablets 327 Extract 164 Ginger Root Capsules 339 Catnip Liquid 164 Ginkgo Biloba Extract Cat's Claw Bark Liquid ieo Tablets 342 Celery Liquid Fluid Extract 172 Ginseng Complex Capsules 346 Chickweed Herb Liquid iso Ginseng Korean Capsules 346 Cinnamon Bark Fluid Extract . NY 11788 Direct Inquiries to: (516) 467-3140 www.MANUFACTURERS INDEX NATURE'S HERBS / I .com Herbal Products Available: Alfalfa Leaf Capsules 12 Aloe Vera Mild Stimulant Laxative Capsules 16 American Ginseng Root Capsules 346 Bayberry Bark Capsules 705 Bilberry Power Capsules 75 Black Cohosh Power Capsules 92 Black Walnut Hulls Capsules . 134 Blessed Thistle Capsules 107 Burdock Root Capsules 128 Butcher's Broom Root Capsules 132 Cascara Sagrada Bark Mild Stimulant Laxative Capsules 153 Cat's Claw Capsules 160 Cat's Claw Power Capsules . 244 Ginseng Up Capsules 346 Fennel Seed Liquid 302 Golden Seal Root Capsules 355 Ginger Kid Liquid 339 Grapeseed Extract Capsules 362 Goldenseal Root Alcohol Hawthorne Berries Capsules . Alcohol Softgels 16 Free Liquid 369 Herbal Sure Chinese Red Guarana Seed Liquid 376 Ginseng Capsules 346 Juniper Berry Liquid 440 Herbal Sure Extracts Kid Chamomile Liquid 331 Capsules 75 Marshmallow Root Liquid 505 Herbal Sure Feverfew Myrrh Gum Liquid 534 Capsules 3oe Herbal Sure Ginger Root Oregon Grape Root Liquid 527 Capsules 339 I Parsley Leaf Liquid 567 I Herbal Sure Goldenseal Root Capsules 355 Herbal Sure Korean Ginseng Capsules 346 Herbal Sure Maximum Strength Ginkgo Biloba Capsules 342 Herbal Sure Saw Palmetto Capsules 664 Herbal Sure Valerian Root Capsules 783 Licorice Root Capsules 469 Manchurian Ginseng Capsules . 190 Ginseng Manchurian Capsules . . . Alcohol Free Sage Liquid 655 90 Orville Drive Bohemia. Alcohol-Free Liquid . 193 Ginseng Siberian Tablets 346 Damiana Leaf Fluid Extract . 346 Manchurian Ginseng Tablets . 160 .naturesherbs. . . . . . . John's Wort Liquid 719 Alcohol Free Milk Thistle Thyme Herb Liquid 76i Seed Liquid 516 Valerian Root Alcohol Free Alcohol Free Mullein Leaves Liquid 783 Liquid 532 Wild Indigo Root. . .. INC. . . NY 11716 Alcohol Free White Willow Direct Inquiries to: Bark Liquid 807 (631) 567-9500 Alcohol Free Yarrow Flowers FAX: (631) 244-2136 Liquid 33 Herbal Products Available: Alcohol Free Yellowdock Alfalfa Natural Tablets 12 Root Liquid 835 Aloe Vera Capsules 16 Alfalfa Liquid 12 Bilberry Capsules 75 Angelica Root Liquid Fluid Cat's Claw Capsules 160 Extract 32 Cayenne Capsules 165 Astragalus Liquid 54 Dandelion Root Capsules 245 Bayberry Bark Liquid Fluid Deodorized Garlic Tablets 327 Extract 705 Echinacea Capsules 261 Bladderwrack Fluid Extract 106 Evening Primrose Oil Blessed Thistle Low Alcohol Capsules 298 Fluid Extract 107 Eyebright Capsules 300 Blue Cohosh Root Liquid 109 Feverfew Capsules 306 Burdock Root Fluid Extract .

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For the average dimensions of the plant and its component structures. Each herb is labeled with its generally accepted common name immediately above the photo. and that the scale of the photos varies. you'll find hundreds of pictures of herbs and leading commercial preparations.G-1 Herb Identification Guide In this full-color photo section. please check the Description section of the corresponding herbal monograph. The pictures on these pages are arranged alphabetically by manufacturer and product name. The first part of the section is an Herb Identification Guide with photos of over 380 common medicinal plants. . The pictures are arranged alphabetically by common name. Please note that the plants are not reproduced in actual size. Following these photos is a Product Identification Guide in which you'll find a representative selection of popular commercial formulations. and its scientific name immediately below.

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HERB IDENTIFICATION GUIDE/G-3 .

G-4/PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES APPLE TREE ASPARAGUS BARLEY BELLADONNA Malus domestica Asparagus officinalis Hordeum species Atropa belladonna BENNET'S ROOT Areca catechu Chelone glabra Ocimum basilicum Geum urbanum ARTICHOKE BAMBOO BEAN POD BETEL NUT Beta vulgaris Trillium erectum .

HERB IDENTIFICATION GUIDE/G-5 BLACK ALDER .

G-6/PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES BLACK NIGHTSHADE BLESSED THISTLE BONESET BUCKTHORN Solanum nigrum Cnicus benedictus Eupatorium perfoliatum Rhamnus catharticus BLACK PEPPER BOG BEAN BORAGE BUCKWHEAT Piper nigrum Menyanthes trifoliata Borago officinalis Fagopyrum esculentum BLACKBERRY BOG BILBERRY BOXWOOD BUGLE Rubus fruticosus Vaccinium uliginosum Buxus sempervirens Ajuga reptans BLADDERWORT BOLDO BROOKLIME BUGLEWEED Utricularia vulgaris Peumus boldus Veronica beccabunga Lycopus virginicus .

HERB IDENTIFICATION GUIDE/G-7 .

G-8/PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Capsicum annuum Vitex agnus-castus Allium schoenoprasum Syzygium aromaticum CELANDINE CHERRY LAUREL CINNAMON COCOA Chelidonium majus Prunus laurocerasus Cinnamomum verum Theobroma cacao .

HERB IDENTIFICATION GUIDE/G-9 .

G-10/PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES DOG ROSE ECHINACEA PURPUREA Lavandula angustifolia .

HERB IDENTIFICATION GUIDE/G-11 .

G-12/PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES .

1 3 GOAT'S RUE GOUTWEED GREATER BINDWEED HEDGE-HYSSOP Galega officinalis Aegopodium podagraria Calystegia sepium Gratiola officinalis GOLDEN SHOWER TREE GRAINS OF PARADISE GREEN TEA HEMLOCK Cassia fistula Aframomum melegueta Camellia sinensis Conium maculatum GOLDENSEAL Centella asiatica ! Sanguisorba officinalis .HERB IDENTIFICATION G U I D E / G .

G .1 4 / P D R FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Paris quadrifolia Heracieum sphondylium Marrubium vulgare Sempervivum tectorum HERB ROBERT HORSE CHESTNUT HYDRANGEA Geranium robertianum Ilex aquifolium Aesculus hippocastanum Hydrangea arborescens .

HERB IDENTIFICATION GUIDE/G-1!

LADY'S MANTLE

G-16/PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES

HERB IDENTIFICATION GUIDE/G-17

G-18/PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES

HERB IDENTIFICATION GUIDE/G-19

OILSEED RAPE

OREGANO

PARSNIP

PETASITES

Brassica napus

Origanum vulgare

Pastinaca sativa

Petasites hybridus

OLEANDER LEAF

PASSION FLOWER

PEYOTE

G-20/PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES

PITCHER PLANT

POMEGRANATE

PREMORSE

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Punica granatum

Scabiosa succisa

Quillaja saponaria

PLEURISY ROOT

POPLAR

PSYLLIUM SEED

QUININE

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Asclepias tuberosa

Populus species

Plantago afra

Cinchona pubescens

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SCARLET PIMPERNEL

SCULLCAP

SENNA

SOAPWORT

Anagallis arvensis

Scutellaria lateriflora

Cassia senna

Saponaria officinalis

SCOTCH BROOM

SCURVY GRASS

SHEPHERD'S PURSE

SOLOMON'S SEAL

Cytisus scoparius

Cochlearia officinalis

Capsella bursa-pastoris

Polygonatum multiflorum

SCOTCH PINE

SEA BUCKTHORN

SKIRRET

SOUTHERN BAYBERRY

Pinus species

Hippophae rhamnoides

Sium sisarum

Myrica cerifera

Glycine soja

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SUMBUL

Mentha spicata

Ononis spinosa

Urtica dioica

Ferula sumbul

SPEEDWELL

SQUILL

STONE ROOT

SUMMER SAVORY

Spinacia oleracea

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Herbal Monographs

This section contains comprehensive profiles of some • Title: Each monograph begins with the herb's gener700 medicinal herbs, including the findings of the ally accepted common name, followed by its scientific German Regulatory Authority's herbal watchdog agen- name. In addition, all monographs* are cross-refercy, commonly called "Commission E." This agency enced by their botanical designation. has conducted an intensive assessment of the peerreviewed literature on some 300 common botanicals, • Trade Names: Listed here are common commercial weighing the quality of the clinical evidence and identi- preparations of the herb. fying the uses for which the herb can reasonably be considered effective. Its conclusions represent the best • Description: This section provides a detailed botanexpert consensus on medicinal herbs currently to be ical overview of the herb, including information on its medicinal parts; flower and fruit; leaves, stem, and found. root; unique characteristics, habitat, production, related plants, and additional common names and synonyms. For those herbs not considered by Commission E, Physicians' Desk Reference has augmented this section • Actions and Pharmacology: Here you'll find data with the results of an exhaustive literature review con- on the active compounds or heterogeneous mixtures ducted by the respected PhytoPharm U.S. Institute of found in the plant, followed by a summary of the herb's Phytopharmaceuticals under the direction of noted clinical effects. If various parts of the plant possess botanist, Dr. Joerg Gruenwald. These monographs, different pharmacological activity, the parts are disr some 400 in number, provide a detailed introduction to cussed individually, here and throughout the remainder an array of exotic botanicals that you'll be hard pressed of the monograph. to find in any other source. • Indications and Usage: Information on the uses of To make the information in the monographs as useful the herb is listed under five categories, as applicable: and accessible as possible, PDR has echoed the struc- — Approved by Commission E ture of standard U.S. product labeling. Each mono- — Unproven Uses graph contains up to ten standard sections, covering — Chinese Medicine considerations ranging from description to dosage. — Indian Medicine Specifically, here's what you will find: — Homeopathic

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Approved uses are presented in list fashion. Other uses are described with provisos as necessary regarding route and form of administration. • Contraindications: Although most natural remedies can be used under all medical circumstances, a few pharmacologically potent herbs must be avoided in the presence of certain medical conditions. If any such contraindications exist, they are summarized here. • Precautions and Adverse Reactions: Found in this section are any cautions or special considerations regarding safe use of the herb, including any restrictions on use in pregnancy or childhood. Although most herbal remedies are notably free of known side effects, any reported in the available literature are noted here. • Overdosage: As we all know, "natural" is not synonymous with "benign," and an overdose of many "healing" herbs can have serious—even fatal—consequences. Whenever adverse effects of overdose have been found in the literature, they are reported here, along with the appropriate medical interventions to be undertaken when an overdose occurs.

As in all scientific investigation, conclusions regarding the effectiveness of the herbs discussed in this compendium are based on the preponderance of current evidence and cannot be considered firm or final. The publisher does not warrant that any herb will unfailingly and uniformly exhibit the properties ascribed to it by Germany's Commission E or any other scientific authority. In the United States, herbal products are marketed under the provisions of the Dietary Supplement and Health Education Act of 1994, which prohibits their sale for the diagnosis, treatment, cure, or prevention of any disease. Enumeration of specific commercial preparations within an herbal monograph should not be construed as a claim or warranty of their efficacy for any purpose, by either the manufacturer or the publisher. Furthermore, it should be understood that, just as omission of a product does not signify rejection, inclusion of a product does not imply endorsement, and that the publisher is not advocating the use of any product or substance described herein.

• Dosage: Listed here are common modes of admin- Please remember, too, that dosing of herbal preparaistration, forms and strengths of available commercial tions is highly dependent on a variety of factors, such preparations, methods for preparing the natural herb, as cultivation and harvesting conditions, the specific and representative dosage recommendations drawn from the literature. Note, however, that dosage recom- parts of the plant to be processed, the extraction methmendations can be used only as a general guide. The ods employed, and the dosage form chosen by the manpotency of individual preparations and extracts is sub- ufacturer. Since there are no official standards governject to substantial variation, so the manufacturer's ing the production of herbal medicines in the United directions should be consulted whenever available. States, and the potency and the purity of herbal products are subject to substantial variation, dosage ranges • Literature: This section provides you with a unique set forth in the herbal monographs must be employed bibliography of the technical literature. Because only as general guidelines. German researchers have been particularly active in the herbal arena, you will find an unusual number of In addition, the publisher does not guarantee that every German-language citations. However, work in the possible hazard, adverse effect, contraindication, preEnglish literature is included as well. caution, or consequence of overdose is included in the PDR for Herbal Medicines is the product of one of the summaries presented here. The publisher has permost thorough and inclusive examinations of the herbal formed no independent verification of the data reported literature ever undertaken. Nevertheless, it's important herein, and expressly disclaims responsibility for any to remember that it merely summarizes and synthesizes error, whether inherent in the underlying literature or key data from the underlying research reports, and of resulting from erroneous translation, transcription, or necessity includes neither every published report nor typography. every recorded fact.

HERBAL M O N O G R A P H S

ACACIA/3 PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS

Abelmoschus moschatus
See Muskmallow

No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages.
DOSAGE

Abies alba
See White Fir

Mode of Administration: It is ground as a drug for infusion.
LITERATURE

Hegnauer R, Chemotaxonomie der Pflanzen, Bde 1-11, Birkhauser Verlag Basel, Boston, Berlin 1962-1997.

Abrus precatorius
See Jequirity

Acacia
Acacia arabica
DESCRIPTION

Abscess Root
Polemonium
DESCRIPTION

Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the bark, the gum and the fruit of the plant. Flower and Fruit: The flowers are yellow and sweetly scented. Two to 6 inflorescence peduncles with capitula-like inflorescences grow from the axils of the upper leaflets. The flowers have short calyces with numerous overlapping sepals. The completely fused petals are almost twice as large as the sepals. The fruit is a 12 to 16 cm long and 1.5 cm wide pod. The pod is straight or lightly curved, flat to convex, and pinched in to create segments. It is matte-black to dark-red. The seeds are 7 x 6 mm and the same color as the pod. Leaves, Stem and Root: Acacia arabica is a 6 m high tree with a compact, round to flat crown. Older branches are bare, younger ones measuring 15 to 20 mm in diameter are covered in hairy down. The bark is black and fissured; the coloring in the fissure changes to red-brown. There are stipule thorns at the nodes. The leaflets of the double-pinnate leaves are in 3 to 12 pairs on the bare to downy petiole, which is covered with glands The leaflets are oblong, blunt, and bare or thinly ciliate. Habitat: The plant is indigenous to the Nile area, Ethiopia, East Africa, Angola, Mozambique, South Africa, Arabia, Iran, Afghanistan and India. Production: The bark is collected from plants that are at least 7 years old and then left to mature for a year. Not to be Confused With: The bark of the Australian species Acacia decurrens, which is commercially available under the same name. Other Names: Acacia Bark, Babul Bark, Wattle Bark, Indian Gum, Black Wattle
ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY

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Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part is the dried root. Flower and Fruit: The hanging blue flowers are in loose ^^ terminal, glandular-haired panicles. Leaves, Stem and Root: The plant grows to about 25 cm. It has creeping roots and a thin rhizome, which produces numerous stems and numerous pale, thin, glabrous and brittle roots. The glabrous stems are heavily branched and bear alternate or opposite, pinnatifid leaves with 6 or 7 pairs of leaflets. Habitat: The plant is found in the U.S. Production: Abscess Root is the rhizome of Polemonium reptans. Not to be Confused With: The plant is known as False Jacob's Ladder because it has an astringent action similar to true Jacob's Ladder. Other Names: American Greek Valerian, Blue Bells, False Jacob's Ladder, Sweatroot
ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY

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Triterpene saponins
EFFECTS

Abscess root has astringent, diaphoretic and expectorant effects.
INDICATIONS AND USAGE

Unproven Uses: The drug is used for febrile and inflammatory disorders.

COMPOUNDS

Tannins

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The drug has an astringent effect.
INDICATIONS AND USAGE

Achillea millefolium
See Yarrow

Unproven Uses: The drug is used as a decoction for gum disease and inflammations of the mucous membrane of the mouth and throat (rarely used today). Indian Medicine: Acacia is used as a decoction in the treatment of diarrhea and vaginal secretions, and as an enema for hemorrhoids.
PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS

Achillea ptarmica
See Sneezewort

Large doses taken internally can lead to indigestion and constipation.
LITERATURE

Aconitum napellus
See Monkshood

Berger F, Handbuch der Drogenkunde, W Maudrich Verlag Wien 1964. Hansel R, Keller K. Rimpler H, Schneider G (Hrsg.), Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis, 5. Aufl., Bde 4-6 (Drogen), Springer Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 19921994. Trease GE, Evans WC (Eds.), Pharmacognosy, 12th Ed., Bailliere Tindall 1983.

Acorus calamus
See Calamus

Actaea spicata
See Baneberry

Acacia arabica
See Acacia

Adam's Needle
Yucca filamentosa
DESCRIPTION

Acacia catechu
See Catechu

Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the leaves and the roots of non-flowering plants. Flower and Fruit: The flowers are ivory-colored and located in nodding, many-blossomed terminal panicles. The perigone is simple, campanulate, tinged greenish on the outside, with 6 tepals. The flower has 6 stamens, and the stigma is 3sectioned. Leaves, Stem and Root: The plant is 120 to 240 cm in height. The leaves are in a basal rosette. They are sword-shaped and erect with a recurved tip. They are short-thorned, broadly grooved and. covered on the margin with long, twisted, whitish or yellowish threads. Habitat: The plant is indigenous to the southern United States and is cultivated mainly as an ornamental plant in Europe.

Acacia Senegal
See Gum Arabic

Acalypha indica
See Indian Nettle

Acer rubrum
See Red Maple

Production: Adam's Needle leaves are the leaves of Yucca filamentosa.

but efficacy is unproven. downy sepals are half as long as the petals. glabrous or sparsely haired tip. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: Adam's Needle is available in ground form and in extracts. aglycones including sarsapogenin. Horhammer L (Hrsg. k-strophanthoside-{3 and cymarin Flavonoids: including vitexin and luteolin EFFECTS Adiantum capillus-veneris See Maidenhair Adonis has a positive inotropic effect. In Russian folk medicine. laterally veined and keeled widi a sideways-facing. The small fruit forms a globose capitulum. Intake can lead to stomach complaints because of the saponin content. The fruit is tomentose. Stem and Root: The plant is 10 to 40 cm high with a sturdy. In central Europe. solitary. The 10 to 20 petals are narrow. Heidelberg. The fruit are arranged on the spindle-shaped. . LITERATURE Kern W. The stem is erect. covered with scales at the base. tigogenin EFFECTS Leaves. Pheasant's Eye. Aufl.. which are collected during the flowering season and dried. Rose-aRubie ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS No information is available. wrinkled. Bde. black-brown rhizome. The adonitoxin component is slightly more toxic than coumarin. the drug is used for dehydration.). Other Names: False Hellebore. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. yuccoside C. yuccoside E. Homeopathic Uses: Preparations of Adonis vemalis are used for cardiac insufficiency. 1-8: Springer Verlag Berlin. wedge-shaped. Adonis Adonis vemalis DESCRIPTION INDICATIONS AND USAGE Approved by Commission E: • Arrhythmia • Nervous heart complaints Unproven Uses : The drug is used for mild impairment of heart functions (NYHA I and II). There are few branches. Madaus G. New York. Cardioactive steroid gylcosides (cardenolids): including adonitoxin.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS ADONIS/5 Steroid saponins (from the roots. Nachdruck. They are 20 to 40 mm long and lemon-yellow. Characteristics: Adonis is a poisonous plant. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. k-strophanthoside. oblong receptacle. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Unproven Uses: The plant is used for liver and gallbladder disorders. Sweet Vernal. Production: The drug is gathered in forests and should be dried quickly. Bde 1-3. List PH. Habitat: This Siberian/east European plant is found in the north as far as the central Urals and southwest Sweden. glossy. CONTRAINDICATIONS Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part is derived from the aerial parts of the herb. it is limited to the basins of the Weichsel and the Oder as far as the Main and Rhine. splayed. There are numerous stamens and carpels. terminal flower is 4 to 7 cm in diameter and the 5 broad-ovate. Animal tests demonstrated a tonic effect on the veins. yuccoside B. 1969. Yellow Pheasant's Eye. The leaves have many slits and a curved. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Adonis is contraindicated in conjunction with digitalis glycoside therapy and also in potassium deficiency. hook-shaped beak. the saponins from the leaves remain uninvestigated): protoyuccoside C. Red Morocco. Oxeye. vertically grooved and succulent. fever and menstrual disorders. The middle leaves are half-clasping. undivided. cramps. reddish on the outside or greenish-tinged. Flower and Fruit: The erect. Not to be Confused With: Other Adonis species may be added to Adonidis herba. 4. especially when accompac nied by nervous symptoms. simple or finely serrated at the tip. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. The drug is insufficiently documented.

Haug Verlag. Toxikologen und Biologen. Schulz R. maximum daily dose is 3. In: ZPT 18(3): 155-162. In: ZPT 18(2): 112-121.6 /ADONIS PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S General: Despite the strong efficacy of the drug's cardioactive steroid gylcosides in parenteral application. Wiesenauer M. Teuscher E. In: ZPT 15(4): 197-202. Hidemi Aguilar M. Hansel R. 6. Klinische Studien mit Psycho-Phytopharmaka. 1997. Schneider G (Hrsg.). 4. (1950) Helv Chim Acta. New York.Ein Handbuch fur Apotheker. Aufl. Aufl. Verlagsges.Biologie. Hubner WD. Pflanzengifte. Ploch M. Thorsen R.. 1996. Gifte und Vergiftungen. VerlagsGes Stuttgart 1997. Heidelberg. with simultaneous administration of quinidine. Pharmakologie. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. Storage: Adonis herb and powder should be stored carefully. laxatives and extended therapy with glucocorticoids. Lewin L. Injection solution: 1 ml once a week sc. New York 1995. . Lee MK.. Pfander HJ. In: PM 62:137-140. Madaus G. Teuscher E. 1996. Hiller KO. Rationale Phytotherapie. Stuttgart 1997. Giftpflanzen . Stuttgart. saluretics. Martinez-Vazquez M. Steinkopff Verlag. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. 2. Rahlfs V. 1994. (1985) Pharm Acta Helv 60(9/10): 234. Ramirez Apan TO. Analgesic and antipyretic activities of an aqueous Adonis vernalis See Adonis Adrue Cyperus articulatus DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: Adrue root is used in the West Indies for its anti-emetic properties. Springer Verlag Heidelberg 1992. (1962) Lloydia 25(3):201. Chemie. Wiss. . OVERDOSAGE extract and of the flavone Linarin of Buddleia cordata. Hansel R. Aufl. Kormann K. Karrer W. Buch. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. Adonis powder should be stored away from light in tightly sealed containers. Loew DA. Nachdruck. Nachdruck. Winkler C and Wichtel M. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis.Reanalyse einer randomisierten Studie unter besonderer Beachtung biometrischer und klinischer Aspekte. In: PM 61(6):523-526. Bye R.0 gm. 5. 1 tablet or 5 to 10 globules. In: Forsch..) DC. LITERATURE Brevoort P. Antihepatotoxic activity of Icariin. a major constituent of Epimedium koreanum. Roth L. et al. 1997. For possible symptoms of overdose and treatment of poisonings see Digitalis folium. Aufl. calcium. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: Comminuted herb and preparations thereof for internal use. Wiss. Therapeutische Aquivalenz eines hochdosierten Phytopharmakons mit Amytriptylin bei angstlichdepressiven Versimmungen . Rimpler H.. Rietbrock N: Phytopharmaka II: Forschung und klinische Anwendung.5 gm of standardized Adonis powder. In: ESCOP-Monographs Fascicule I and II.. Fischer-Verlag.. Steinegger E. Biogene Arzneimittel. Loew D. Biogene Gifte . Heidelberg 1992.Cat's claw. Phytopharmaka und pflanzliche Homoopathika. In: ZPT 18(3): 141-154. Schulz V. Aufl. 5. Giftpflanzen. Darmstadt. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. Phytotherapie. 5. Wagner H. Drug Interactions: Enhancement of efficacy. Sandberg F. Jena. Springer Verlag Berlin.0 gm. serious poisoning in the course of per oral administration is hardly to be expected due to the low resorption rate. Reinhard KH. Keller K. Aufl. The maximum single dose is 1. Una de gato oder Katzenkralle Protrait einer Arzneipflanze. ESCOP-Monographs. Phytotherapie bei Herzinsuffizienz. Pharmakognosie. Loew.. 19921994. Aufl.. In: ZPT 18(2):9296. 1996. Uncaria tomentosa (WILLD. 1997. Springer Verlag Heidelberg 1996. Bde 1-3. 1 to 3 times daily. Further information in: Frohne D. Daunderer M. Lindequist U. digoxin. Homeopathic Dosage: From D2: 5 to 10 drops. Bde 4-6 (Drogen). 1995. and thus also of side effects.Ein Uberblick.33:433. Hansel R. From D4: Injection solution: 1 ml twice weekly sc. Loew AD. 1997. Der Heilpflanzenmarkt der USA . Pharmakokinetik von herzglykosidhaltigen Pflanzenextrakten. In: Loew D. Daily Dosage: The average daily dose is 0. 4.

epigastric pain. The 6 tepals are approximately 18 mm long. DOSAGE African Potato Hypoxis rooperi DESCRIPTION Mode of Administration: Available as a liquid extract for internal use. Aegle marmelos See Bael Aegopodium podagraria See Goutweed Volatile oil: containing above all sesquiterpene hydrocarbons and sesqiterpene alcohols. reminiscent of Lavender. the pedicles are 1. There are 6 stamens. showing a central column with darker vascular bundles.. J Ethnopharmacol. with bristly remains of former leaves. Chinese Medicine: Used for pre. LITERATURE Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part is the plant's rhizome tuber. hematuria. Habitat: Turkey. 1969. The roots are collected in the autumn. Daily Dosage: 6 to 9 gm of drug Storage: Should be stored in a cool and dry place. 4. Desmarchelier C. firm with a ciliate margin and short hairs underneath.top-shaped. Rev Argent Microbiol. List PH. Bde 1-8.). region of the river Nile. Other Names: Guinea Rush ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS plants from the Peruvian Amazon region. vomiting with bleeding. menstrual irregularities. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Springer Verlag Berlin. protected from insects. 54:103-11. carminative and sedative properties. 1996 Nov Kern W. Mongelli E.5 cm long. Ciccia G. nausea and flatulence. The plant is sometimes connected in twos or threes by narrow underground stems.2 to 2. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Aethusa cynapium See Fool's Parsley Aframomum melegueta See Grains-ojc-Paradise Health risks or side effects following the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages are not recorded. Extracts from rhizomes of Cyperus articulatus displace 3H CGP39653 and 3H glycine binding from cortical membranes and selectively inhibit NMDA receptor-mediated neurotransmission. acuminate. top-shaped and thickly pubescent. 1995 Oct-Dec Pinder AR. leucorrhea. Stem and Root: The plant is a herbaceous perennial with 12 to 18 leaves that are 30 to 60 cm long. Jamaica. Heidelberg. Flower and Fruit: Four to 10 flowers are arranged in racemes on a long peduncle. 2. Coussio J. lanceolate. Leaves.4 to 4 cm wide. The seeds are black and warty. tension and pain in the breasts and amenorrhea. The transverse section is pale.and post-natal headaches. The leaves grow from a globose Bum EN et al. Antimicrobial activity and interaction with DNA of medicinal . New York.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS AFRICAN POTATO/7 Flower and Fruit: The tubers are blackish and . and the ovary is inferior. AufL. The fruit is a densely pubescent capsule approximately 12 mm long and split in the middle. Characteristics: Adrue has an aromatic odor and a bitter taste. elongate. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Unproven Uses: Preparations of the root are used for digestive disorders. (1976) Tetrahedron 23:2172. and then dried in the sun. Horhammer L (Hrsg. 3-chambered. scalded or steamed. free and yellow. 27:199-203. Production: Adrue root is the root of Cyperus articulatus. including cyperenone EFFECTS Aesculus hippocastanum See Horse Chestnut Adrue has anti-emetic.

vomiting. movement disorders. Flower and Fruit: Aga belongs to the group of lamella fungi. Rimpler H. Production: Bantu tulip is the fresh or dried rhizome tuber of Hypoxis rooperi. INDICATIONS AND USAGE COMPOUNDS Ibotenic acid (0. improvement of subjectively experienced complaints) is explained by the phytosterols' inhibition of local prostaglandin synthase. Efficacy for these indications has not yet been proven. Signs of poisoning include dizziness. 0. AufL. The plant is collected in the wild. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: Whole and cut drug preparations for internal and external use. Fortschr Med. Other Names: Bantu Tulip. The drug is initially stimulating then paralyzing in its effect. Schneider G (Ed. Habitat: Hypoxis rooperi is indigenous to South Africa. confusion. The mushroom's cap is orange at first.5%): particularly hypoxoside (norlignan glucoside) Steroids: sterols. containing ibotenic acid. The hymenium in the inside of the fruiting body is exposed by unfolding the cap on the underside. Bde 4 . abdominal pain. anxiety. then strong red with a few dirty white to yellow spots. OVERDOSAGE The intake of more than 10 g of the fresh mushroom can lead to coordination disorders. Tolerance of beta-sitosterin from Hypoxis rooperi in patients with limited liver function. The decarboxylation product muscimol is similar in structure to the neurotransmitter GAB A and attaches itself to the latter's receptor complex as a selective and direct antagonist. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Keller K. How Supplied: Commercially produced capsules. Other Names: Fly Agaric ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Lignans (3. The drug is highly toxic.6 (Drogen).17% to 1%) Muscimol Muscarine (traces) Muscazone Betalains (skin pigment): muscaflavin. including beta-sitosterol (ca. Schomann C. has a psychotropic and hallucinogenic effect and is toxic in higher doses.5 to 4. betasitosterol glucoside Polysaccharides: starch EFFECTS The phytosterols. increase of the uroflow. illusions and manic . It is used externally as a vulnerary (Africa). Habitat: Aga grows in the Northern Hemisphere as far north as the tundra and thrives in sandy. muscaaurins and muscapurpurins Amavandin (compound containing vanadium) EFFECTS Unproven Uses: Used internally for micturition complaints resulting from benign prostate hyperplasia. acid soils. are said to have anti-exudative effects in animal experiments. muscle cramps and psychic stimulation. Springer Verlag Berlin. Results of a controlled double-blind study. which have not as yet been more closely identified (beta-sitosterol is possibly the chief active ingredient). genus Amanita. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS No health hazards are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages.2%). fever. 19921994. cystitis (South Africa/decoction) and lung disease (Botswana). 1978 Apr 20. followed by deep sleep. Characteristics: The poisonous fungus has a basidia which is dirty white. cut and then dried in the sun. The positive effect of the drug on benign prostate hyperplasia (reduction of the residual urine volume. Sterretjie ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY Aga Amanita muscaria DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The fungus is used to prepare homeopathic dilutions. 5. which has a diameter of 5 to 8 cm and is crowned with a ring of bristle-like hairs. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Brauer H. Hansel R. LITERATURE The drug.). 96:833-4. alcohol poisoning and joint pains. New York.8/AFRICAN POTATO PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES shoot. as are the cuffs and underside of the cap. Production: Aga is the above-ground part of Amanita muscaria. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Homeopathic Uses: The fungus is used to treat neuralgias. Heidelberg.

Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. It is capable of absorbing up to 200 times its volume of water to form a jelly. In: PZ 139(13): 1040. Artificial respiration should be administered for respiratory arrest. Mushroom poisoning in infants and children: the Amanita pantherina/muscaria group. which has been dried and cut into thread-like strips. 7) . 1992 Bresinsky A.components. An aqueous extract is obtained from the algae through autoclaving (pressure-cooking). Franz G (Hrsg. Sri Lanka and also the South African coasts. List PH.). The fruit is spherical. Ataki C. 100 g of fresh mushrooms) lead to unconsciousness. Japanese Isinglass ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Mode of Administration: In homeopathy. It is cylindrical or flattened. The brownish-white. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. 4. 4. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Springer Verlag Berlin.. Arzte und Biologen. always with some liquid. Further information in: Benjamin DR. It is then chilled in ice cells and cooled into ice-blocks. Giftpflanzen. The mucilaginous substances cause an increase in the bulk of the content of the intestine that stimulates the intestinal muscles. Other Names: Agar-Agar. The thallus sprouts from a permanent base every year and is heavily branched.). Schwarz B.. Heteropolysaccharides: made up of D-galactose. LITERATURE Hastings MH. Pyruvate-rich agarose from the red alga Gracilaria dura. low-sulfate fraction designated agarose EFFECTS The drug has a laxative effect due to its ability. is the purified and bleached gel derived from algae mucilage of the Rhodophyceae Gelidium amansii (Lamour). et al. coma and death. Bde. New York 1991.. Aufl. DOSAGE Habitat: The plant is indigenous to the Pacific coasts of Japan and China. In: PM 58(Suppl. Water separates from the gel during the thawing process. asphyxiation. Biogene Gifte . 1 to 3 times daily. Daily Dosage: Laxative: Take 1 to 2 teaspoons of the powder. Ein Handbuch fur Apotheker. Springer Verlag Berlin.6anhydro-L-galactose. Ein Mannlein steht im Walde. LITERATURE Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part of the plant is the seaweed's gelatinous extract known as Agar or Agar-Agar. using over-heated steam. Heidelberg. Verlagsges. Brain Res 360:248. Lewin L. dilutions of the mother tincture are used. In case of shock. plasma volume expander should be used. Nachdruck. Roth L. Gifte und Vergiftungen. New York. Lindequist U. 1985. Stuttgart 1885. Wiss. Pflanzengifte. Bresl H. partially bearing sulfate or pyruvic acid residues. Kormann K. Haug Verlag. similar to that of cellulose. to absorb and retain large quantities of water and swell in the intestine. The treatment of poisoning includes emptying the gastrointestinal tract and the use of sedatives. Brady LR. or Agar-Agar.and 3. Med Res Rev 8:441. a .Biologie. pinnately subdivided and tough. fruit or jam before meals. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. Characteristics: Agar is colorless and tasteless. Bde 1-3. Higher dosages (over. Kern W.. Flower and Fruit: This perennial seaweed grows up to 1 m long. Heidelberg 1992. Nachdruck. Aufl. 2. which are crushed and thawed.. DOSAGE Agar Gelidium amansii DESCRIPTION Mode of Administration: The drug is used internally. Aufl. mbH. 1988. Pharmakologie.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS AGAR/9 attacks. 1969. 1994. 1956. Hatfield GM. Marmo E. Never take dry! Storage: Dried Agar can be kept tightly sealed for up to 5 years without being opened and tested. Chemie. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. Daunderer M. Giftpilze. Horhammer L (Hrsg. Production: Agar. 1-8. 1975. thereby aiding peristalsis. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Unproven Uses: The drug is used as a mild laxative. Chem Soc Japan 29:543. 256:13-22. Aufl. Heidelberg.. translucent thallus has prickly appendages on the branchings. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. The gel mass is dried using warm air. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol. 6. Teuscher E. Polysaccharide. JNP 38:36. Madaus G. Murano E et al.

Aufl. It is also used for certain forms of cancer and as an anthelmintic. Patrascu V. Common Agrimony. In: PH 32:1078. The fruit is obconical and thorny (burdocks). 5. Marina (Hamburg) 1:54. a poultice prepared from a decoction (10%) several times a day is applied. Aufl.. Other Names: Stickwort.). COMPOUNDS Catechin EFFECTS tannins Agropyron repens See Triticum Agrimony is an astringent. Drozd GA. Verlagsges. New York. temperate Asia and North America. Cocklebur. arranged along small. reproduction and uterine craetive kinase BB-isoenzyme in rats. chronic pharyngitis. 1959. Wiss. (1983) Khim Prir Soed 1:106. Vessal M.. Effects of an aqueous extract of Physalis alkekengi fruit on estrus cycle. 4. 1969. Horhammer L (Hrsg. Wichtl M (Hrsg.. Approved by Commission E: • Diarrhea • Inflammation of the skin • Inflammation of the mouth and pharynx Unproven Uses: Agrimony is used internally for mild.. Church Steeples. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. inflammation of kidney and bladder. Characteristics: Agrimony has a slight pleasant fragrance and a tangy. Further information in: Kern W.. Stem and Root: The plant is fifty to 100 cm high. Leaves.. Chinese Medicine: Agrimony is used as a hemostyptic. Mehrani HA.. LITERATURE Bilai AR. (1984) Ser. bitter taste. Springer Verlag Heidelberg 1992. A flavonol glycoside from Agrimonia eupatoria. Biogene Arzneimittel. The calyx is rough-haired with deep furrows. 5 to 20 stamens and 2 ovaries. Wiss. Stuttgart 1997. Stuttgart 1997. Bde 1-3. Because of the constituent tannins. 1-8. et al. externally for poorly healing wounds. (1964) Rev Med 10(2):190-193. 5. Teuscher E. Dermato-Venerol 29(2): 153-157. 4. Stuttgart 1997. aboveground parts of Agrimonia eupatoria and/or Agrimonia procera gathered just before or during flowering. Aufl. Chon SC. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. nonspecific. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. et al. Liverwort. erect stem. as well as its preparations in effective dosage. et al.10/AGAR PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES INDICATIONS AND USAGE Schmid OJ. spike-like racemes. In: ETH 34(l):69-78. Philanthropos. Teuscher E. The leaves are alternate and irregularly pinnate. They have an epicalyx and 5 sepals. et al. Flower and Fruit: The flowers are yellow. Heidelberg.. Steinegger E. 5. Nachdruck. acute diarrhea.. Sticklewort ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY Daily Dosage: Internally. the average daily dose is 3 to 6 gm of herb or equivalent preparations. Habitat: The plant is indigenous to middle and northern Europe. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Agrimonia eupatoria See Agrimony Agrimony Agrimonia DESCRIPTION eupatoria No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. The leaflets are deeply serrate and downy beneath. Bde. 1993. DOSAGE Medicinal Parts: The drug consists of the flowering plant. 1991. the intake of larger quantities could lead to digestive complaints and constipation. cholestasis. Biogene Arzneimittel. Aufl. Springer Verlag Berlin. Madaus G. psoriasis. et al. 5 ovate petals. Peter-Horvath M. with a villous. Omrani GH.. Verlagsges. Production: Agrimony herb consists of the dried. Aufl. Pharmakognosie. Verlagsges. Teedrogen. List PH. . seborrhoeic eczema as well in hip-baths for lower abdominal conditions. which is cut a few fingers width above the ground and dried. Hansel R. Externally. diabetes and childhood bedwetting. inflammation of oral and pharyngeal mucosa. (1987) Med Pharmacol Exp 16(5):407-413.). Wiss.

Flower and Fruit: The plant has numerous white.. There may be an estrogenic principle but a possible estrogenic effect has not been sufficiently researched. southern Canada. with a few small PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. are in terminal. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Alchornea floribunda See Iporuru Unproven Uses: In the U. spike-like racemes on stalks that reach up to 1 m. In Argentina. the perianth springs open in a beak shape. The rhizome is brownishgray. The flowers. The fruit is an ovoid capsule containing many oblong ribbed seeds. True Unicorn Star-Grass. south to Gulf of Mexico. Characteristics: The plant has a sweet taste. flatulence and nervous digestive complaints. Leaves.S. Later. The upper part is covered in leaf bases and stem scars. lanceolate and 2 to 20 cm long. covered in scales and shrinks when ripe. tubularoblong. Devil's Bit.S. Other Names: Star Grass. amenorrhea and complaints associated with prolapses vaginae. Bitter Grass. Ague-Root. it is used to treat chronic bronchitis. Aloe-Root. Preparations of Aletris are also used for loss of appetite. Starwort. but usually measures less. Habitat: The plant is found in the northeast U.." in particular dysmenorrhea. Fresh underground parts dug up after flowering are also used. the plant is used for gynecological disorders or "female complaints. flattened and has a diameter of up to 1 cm. True Unicorn Root ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Akebia quinata %>• See Chocolate Vine (Mu-Tong) Saponins Alcea rosea See Hollyhock Volatile oil Resins Bitter principles Starch Alchemilla vulgaris See Lady's Mantle EFFECTS The active agents increase motility and act as a tonic. Colic-Root. Blazing Star. Ailanthus altissima See Tree of Heaven Ajuga chamaepitys See Ground Pine Ajuga reptans See Bugle Production: Aletris root is the rhizome of Aletris farinosa. gastrointestinal Aletris Aletris farinosa DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part is the dried Aletris farinosa rhizome with roots. Black-Root. Crow Corn. The perianth is tubular. The fracture is floury and white. venous dyspepsia. campanulate flowers. Homeopathic complaints. becoming bitter and soapy. Uses: Prolapsed uterus. . Bettie Grass. Stem and Root: The leaves are erect-oblong. The odor is mild. It is gathered in the wild and air-dried in the shade.HERBAL M O N O G R A P H S ALETRIS/11 Agrostemma githago See Corn Cockle bracts. Ague Grass.

dentate toward the front. succulent plant grows from 45 to 100 cm high. and alternate. Fluid extract (1:1). Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim. Phytotherapie. (1940) J Chem Soc 60:2620. Purple Medic ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS: IN THE FOLIAGE Carotinoids: including among others. They are 9 to 10 mm long and appear in oblong. Wiesenauer M. liquid extract and infusions for internal use. (1975) Lloydia 38:56. 1. lucernol. (1950) J Am Pharm Ass 39:117. LITERATURE sharply angled. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Alfalfa. A fluid extract (1:1) is produced with ethanol water (45%). Stuttgart. the drug is used in the treatment of diabetes and malfunctioning of the thyroid gland. Habitat: The plant is indigenous to the Mediterranean region and has been widely cultivated elsewhere for centuries. petiolate. Wagner H. (1974) Phytochemistry 13:2253. L-canavaine Aletris farinosa See Aletris Betaine: stachydrine. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the whole flowering plant or the germinating seeds.6 gm to be taken 3 times daily. 3'-methoxy coumestrol. 1 tablet or 5 to 10 globules. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. hederagenin Isoflavonoids: including among others. Heidelberg. New York. The leaves are trifoliate. Alfalfa Concentrate. Homeopathic Dosage: 5 to 10 drops.. Fischer-Verlag..3 to 0. Alfalfa Natural. The stems are erect. smooth and No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. produced with ethanol water (45%). Madaus G. Marker RE et al.6 (Drogen). Daily Dosage: Approximately 6 gm. lutein Triterpene saponins: sojasapogenols A-E aglycones medicagenic acid. Purple Medick. Aufl. daidzein Coumestans: coumestrol.12/ALETRIS DOSAGE PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Mode of Administration: Available in the forms of powdered root. Buffalo Herb. the center is hollow and not thorny. Springer Verlag Berlin. The stipules are ovate. spinasterol Cyanogenic glycosides: (corresponding to less than 80 mg HCN/100 g) COMPOUNDS: IN THE SEEDS Costello CH. formononetin glycosides. and villous beneath. (1974) Phytochemistry 10:2221. trifoliol Triterpenes: including among others. and digestive systems. Other Names: Lucerne. Characteristics: The taste is unpleasantly salty. Bde 1-3. Flower and Fruit: The clover-like flowers can be yellow to violet-blue. Purple Medicle. Injection solution: 1 ml once a week sc (HAB1). Jena. many-blossomed racemes. . Bde 4 . Infusion: 1. Alfalfa Organics. slightly dentate and acuminate. 19921994. LITERATURE Berrang B.). Keller K. bitter and dry. sativol. Gestetner B. Schneider G (Hrsg. Alfalfa Whole Juice Concentrate Alfamin DESCRIPTION Unproven Uses:'In folk medicine. Lynn EV. The recommended single dose is 0. Alfalfa has isolated use as a diuretic and aromatic. New York.5 gm of the drug to 100 ml water. Further information in: Hansel R. Keeler RF. The fruit is a spiralled pod with 2 or 3 twists. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. Leaves. obovate. homostachydrine Trigonelline Fatty oil Alfalfa Medicago sativa TRADE NAMES EFFECTS The saponin contents act on the cardiovascular. nervous. 5. Phytopharmaka und pflanzliche Homeopathika. Rimpler H. Alfalfa Fortified. The leaflets are thorny-tipped. Stem and Root: The annual. Preparation: To prepare an infusion. genistein. stigmasterol. Nachdruck.5 gm of the drug is added to 100 ml of water. lanceolate.

Pharmakologie. Bde 1-3. Murata T et al. The stems are 10 to 20 cm. Flower and Fruit: The calyx is 4 to 5 mm in the flower. New York. Aufl... Physiol Pflanz. (1968) Tetrahedron Letteers 103:849. and spoon-like. Wagner H. There are 5 stamens. Lindequist U. Other Names: Mad-Dog Weed. Flower and Fruit: The peduncle is triangular. long-stemmed. 1970. Leaves. Heidelberg. Leung AY. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with die proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Aufl. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis.. 1969. New York.. 1-8. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Unproven Uses: Alisma is used for diseases of the bladder and urinary tract. 4..Biologie.). Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients Used in Food. LITERATURE Kern W. procumbent or . Biogene Gifte .. Bde 1-11. 1983. and the anthers are fused with the corolla tube. W Tapper BA et al. blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Bde. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. irregularly reticulate and tuberculate. (1977) Steroids 29:105. Springer Verlag Berlin. Chemotaxonomie der Pflanzen. DOSAGE Alisma plantago-aquatica See Alisma (Ze-Xie) Mode of Administration: The drug is available as an extract for oral use. Chinese Medicine: The drug is used to lower blood sugar. Alisma (Ze-Xie) Alisma plantago-aquatica DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part is the fresh rhizome. John Wiley & Sons Inc.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS Larher F et al. alisol-C and their monoacetates Sesquiterpenes (guaian type): alismol. Kern W. Chemie. Boston. Heidelberg. northern Asia and North America. Aufl. Stuttgart. Phytotherapie. Berlin 1962-1997. The corolla is blue and glabrous outside. Nowacki E et al. (1975) J Sci Food Agric 26:277. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. Fischer-Verlag. 3 petals and 3 stamens in the flower. The nutlets are 2 mm in diameter. Leaves. Stem and Root: Alkanet is a short-bristled. 3 ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Triterpenes: including alisol-A. Teuscher E. Bde 1-8. Water Plantain. Birkhauser Verlag Basel. it is poisonous when fresh. Murata T et al.. 169:183. swimming leaves. There are 3 sepals. (1983) Plant Sci Lett 29(2/3):315. Horhammer L (Hrsg. alisol-B.. Springer Verlag Berlin. New York 1995. Horhammer L (Hrsg. Oshima Y et al.. 1969. alismol oxide Flavone sulfate Caffeic acid derivatives: chlorogenic acid sulfate EFFECTS No information is available. 2. Ze-Xie Alkanet Alkanna tinctoria DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part is the root of the plant (the dried roots and rhizomes). Malinow MR et al. Characteristics: The rootstock of Alisma has a bitter taste.). cordate or oblong-ovate. Chem Pharm Bull 18:1369. loose panicles. (1975) Morris Arbor Bull 26:24. white or reddish flowers in leafless. New York 1980. Habitat: The plant is distributed widely throughout Europe. 5 to 6 mm in the fruit and eglandular. List PH. Wiesenauer M.. PH 22:183. The limb is 6 to 7 mm in diameter. Further information in: Hegnauer R. 4. The funnel is as long as or slightly longer than the calyx. The aerial leaves are basal. Morton JF. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. The root is also used in homeopathy. Nachdruck. Madaus G. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Phytopharmaka und pflanzliche Homoopathika. Stem and Root: The water leaves are ribbon-like. (1976) Biochem. The fruit is small and obtuse and is formed by 15 to 30 ovaries. it is also used as a diuretic.. perennial half-rosette shrub. Wt There are long-stemmed. List PH. Drugs and Cosmetics. There are long-pedicled. Jena.

7 to 1. 1984. ad 100 gm). linear-lanceolate. Habitat: The plant is indigenous to southeastern Europe and some parts of Turkey and Hungary. due to the pyrrolizidine alkaloids with 1. The neck of the root is covered with the remains of leaves and the stems. Keller K. Other Names: Anchusa. also for skin diseases and diarrhea. Dyer's Bugloss.5 gm loosely defined ethereal oily Alkanet root extract with lipophil ointment base (beeswax. Wichtl M (Hrsg. 4. 19921994. PH 23:2125-2126. Aufl. The basal leaves are 6 to 15 cm by 0. (1985) Arch Pharm 318(4):294. 72 patients suffering from ulcers of the leg (Ulcus cruris) caused by varicose veins. Aufl. Papageorgiou VP. DOSAGE Allium sativum See Garlic Mode of Administration: Seldom used as a drug. Pyrrolizidinhaltige Arzneipflanzen.1 meg pyrrolizidine alkaloids with 1. (1971) Nahrung 15:505.5 cm thick. LITERATURE Majlathova L.2-unsaturated necic parent substances in its makeup. Further information in: Hansel R.14/ALKANET PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S ascending and glandular. Healing action for wounds: In a double-blind study. 1992. Verlagsges. Alkanet Root. et al. Spanish Bugloss. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis.s. with purplish root bark. The root is spindle-shaped. green glistening mass (no extraction information). due to the drugs toxic Allium schoenoprasum See Chives . It is cultivated in other parts of Europe. PM 31:390-394. In: DAZ 132(45):2427-2435. oblong-linear and cordate at base. Alkanet root extracts and Alkannin esters impaired the growth of Staphylococcus aureus and Staphylococcus epidermidis... Stuttgart. Internal administration is not recommended. 5. Papageorgiou VP. Production: Alkanna rhizomes are the dried roots and rhizomes of Alkanna tinctoria Tausch.5 cm. Naphthazarine derivatives: including the ester of the (-)alkannin (stained red) Pyrrolizidine alkaloids Tannins EFFECTS Antimicrobial action: In the agar diffusion test. Alkanna should not be taken internally for this reason and is recommended for external use only. PM 39:81-84. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Hepatotoxicity and carcinogenity are expected. the treatment pattern and control groups are unavailable. Preparations: Extractum alcannae: almost black. Wiss. Daily Dosage: Maximum 0. Histoplastin Red® Ointment: The ointment approved in Greece. Roder E. Papageorgiou VP. Schneider G (Hrsg. 1977. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Alkanna tinctoria See Alkanet Allium cepa See Onion Unproven Uses: Used by the ancient Greeks to heal wounds. Rimpler H. 80% of the patients' ulcers had healed or were considerably reduced in size. were treated with Histoplastin Red® over a period of three years.2 unsaturated necin framework and their N-oxides. (1980) Planta Med 38(3): 193-203. mastic rubber and olive oil q. New York. Teedrogen. Alkanna ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS characteristics and its uncertain efficacy.. Digenis GA. curved. The bracts are slightly longer than calyx and oblong-lanceolate. Britain and northern Africa. Heidelberg. as details concerning the patients.. Springer Verlag Berlin. After 5 to 6 weeks of daily administration." Alkannin and extracts of the root are used externally in pharmacy. Bde 4-6 (Drogen). 1980.). however Alkannin worked only against Candida albicans. the lower ones are cauline. The results are difficult to assess.). contains 76. Wiedenfield H et al. Roder E. up to 25 cm long and 1.

amara (also of Prunus armeniaca). LITERATURE BITTER ALMONDS Fincke H. JNP 48:496. Bitter Almond.or thin-skinned. velvet-downy and pubescent. compressed. Almond Prunus species DESCRIPTION INDICATIONS AND USAGE BITTER ALMONDS Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part is the ripe fruit. Opdyke DLF. OVERDOSAGE BITTER ALMONDS 10 bitter almonds are said to be fatal for a child.2 to 1. oblong-lanceolate-acuminate or serrate. The fruit is oblong-ovoid. broad. compressed. The nut shell is yellow. DOSAGE BITTER ALMONDS COMPOUNDS: BITTER ALMONDS Cyanogenic glycosides. and 2 cm long by 1. amygdalin. pale pink to whitish with dark veins. smooth and glossy inside and thick. There is no reliable information available.5 to 4. (1976) Food Cosmet Toxicol: 14. At the same time. 60 for an adult (a fatal dosage would presumably be already reached at a lower level.5 to 3 cm wide. Recommended antidotes include injection of solutions of dicobaltEDTA or thiosulfates or else application of methemoglobinforming substances. Jordan Almond. vomiting should be induced or the stomach emptied. and Sweet Almond ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY Unproven Uses: Bitter Almonds were used in the past as a remedy for coughs. The leaves have a 1.. seldom reaching 12 m. 1980. Flower and Fruit: The flowers are very short-petioled in pairs and appear before the leaves. Saura-Calixto F et al. 43 to 57%): chief fatty acids oleic acid (77%) and linoleic acid (17 to 20%) .5% (corresponding to 12 to 500 mg prussic acid per 100 gm) m Fatty oil (non-dehydrating. such as amyl nitrite. dulcis.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS ALMOND/15 Allium ursinum See Bear's Garlic Mucilages (3 to 4%): arabinogalactans Proteic substances (20 to 25%) EFFECTS: SWEET ALMONDS Sweet Almonds have a demulcent effect. SWEET ALMONDS ^ No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic topical dosages. glossy. vomiting and nausea in the form of bitter almond water. 38 to 60%): chief fatty acids oleic acid (77%) and linoleic acid (17 to 20%) Mucilages (3 to 3%): arabinogalactans Proteic substances (25 to 35%) EFFECTS: BITTER ALMONDS Mode of Administration: The drug is obsolete and no longer used.6 cm long by 2. The seed is cinnamon brown. Habitat: The tree is indigenous to Western Asia and is extensively cultivated in many regions. Z Untersuch Lebensm 52:423. Riv Ital Sostanze Grasse 57:24.and sharp-edged. 1985. 1985.5 cm long. SWEET ALMONDS Mode of Administration: Sweet Almonds fatty oil is used as an ointment base and in the production of natural cosmetics. Leaves. Salvo F et al. intensive chewing). glandular petiole and glabrous. hard. punctate externally with irregular grooves. 1926. Seifen. The petals are 19 to 20 mm long. dark green blades. tough. Production: Bitter almonds are the fruits of Prunus dulcis var. flattened. Sweet almonds are the fruits of Prunus amygdalus var. Anstrichm 87:4. 0. thorny in its wild form but not in the cultivated form.2 to 8. gray-green. It is a tree or shrub with mildly redtinged branches. 3. given disadvantageous conditions . Fette.2 to 1. Stem and Root: The plant is of medium height. Other Names: Greek Nuts. Circulation support measures and/or artificial respiration may be required..5 cm wide. Le Quesne PW et al.. COMPOUNDS: SWEET ALMONDS Fatty oil (non-dehydrating. SWEET ALMONDS Unproven Uses: Sweet Almonds are used topically in skin care and liniments.higher cyanide level in the almonds. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS BITTER A L M O N D S To be used only under the supervision of an expert qualified in the appropriate use of this substance.

).. Aloe Vera Mild Stimulant Laxative. Z Untersuch Lebensm 52:423. Further information in: Frohne D. Aloe 99 Gel. Kern W. 7-hydroxyaloins A and B. Nachdruck. Aufl.). Teuscher E. including aloinosides A and B 2-alkylchromones: including aloe resins A. Sommer W. 5. Seifen.. Gifte und Vergiftungen. 1980. COMPOUNDS: ALOE BARBADENSIS Alnus glutinosa See Black Alder Anthracene derivatives: particularly anthrone-10-C-glycosyls. Bde. ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY Fincke H. Horhammer L (Hrsg. 1-8.. 1969. Fette. 1-8. Aufl. C and D Flavonoids Aloe Aloe barbadensis/capensis/vera TRADE NAMES COMPOUNDS: ALOE CAPENSIS Aloe Vera (available from numerous manufacturers). Georg Olms. 1920. Chantal Aloe Vera Cream. Le Quesne PW et al. New York. Hansel R. 5. Pharmakologie. including aloin A. Stuttgart 1997. The raceme is dense.Biologie. Aufl. Biogene Gifte . Horhammer L (Hrsg. JNP 48:496. Habitat: Aloe is thought to have originated in the Sudan and the Arabian Peninsula. 1969. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. 4. C and D Flavonoids . and the flowers are yellow. Ber Pharm Ges 30:13. Anstrichm 87:4. Asia. Saura-Calixto F et al. graygreen. Aloe vera). Pharmakognosie. Sundance Aloe Vera Gel. known as American Aloe. Heidelberg. Madaus G. Bde 1-3. Aufl. Rosenthaler L. The leaf margin has a pale pink edge and 2 mm long pale teeth. New York. Verlagsges.. aloin B. Dissertation Albrechts-Universitat Kiel. Lindequist U. Stem and Root: The lily-like succulent-leafed rosette shrub either does not have a stem or has a 25 cm stem. Lewin L. Leaves. Pfander HJ. 1984. 4. Aufl. Springer Verlag Berlin. The upper surface is concave. including aloe-emodin. Steinegger E. orange or red. aloin B. The stem has about 25 leaves in an upright dense rosette.Ein Handbuch fiir Apotheker. 4. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. which sometimes appears in patches in the young plants. Flower and Fruit: The inflorescence is forked once or twice and is 60 to 90 cm high. and in the southern Mediterranean region. 1985.. SWEET ALMONDS Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part of the plant is dried juice of the leaves. and are 3 cm long. which is not a true Aloe. Not to be Confused With: Confusion sometimes arises with Agave americana.and O-glycosides. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Springer Verlag Heidelberg 1992..8-dihydroxy ions. and 1. Aufl. often with a reddish tinge. Aloe is harvested from August until October. Roth L. including aloe-emodin. Giftpflanzen ..16 /ALMOND PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES DESCRIPTION Further information in: Kern W. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. The terminal raceme is up to 40 cm high while the lower ones are somewhat shorter. 1985. Wiss. VerlagsGes Stuttgart 1997. The juice is dried using various methods. Teuscher E. List PH. Bde. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. Aufl. 2. 4. Opdyke DLJ.. Palmers Aloe Vera Formula Cream. and on the Dutch Antilles. and 6'cinnamic acid esters of these compounds 2-alkylchromones: including aloe resins B. Toxikologen und Biologen. 6. Chemie. including aloin A. Wiss. Pflanzengifte. 5-hydroxyaloin. Herbal Sure Aloe Vera Anthracene derivatives: particularly an throne. Aloe Vera Super Strength. the Near East. 1926. Today the species is cultivated and found in the wild in northern Africa. Giftpflanzen.8dihydroxy anthraquinones. B. as well as its preparations. cylindrical and narrows toward the top.. The bracts are almost white..10-C-glycosyls. The plant is cultivated in subtropical regions of the United States and Mexico. The lanceolate leaf is thick and fleshy. Kormann K. Herbal Sure Aloe Vera. and mixed anthrone-C. Haug Verlag. (1976) Food Cosmet Toxicol: 14. Heidelberg 1992. List PH. 40 to 50 cm long and 6 to 7 cm wide at the base. Biogene Arzneimittel. Production: Curacao Aloe consists of the dried latex of the leaves of Aloe barbadensis (syn. Heidelberg. Nachdruck.. Riv Ital Sostanze Grasse 57:24. Salvo F et al. Aufl. and 1. Daunderer M. Springer Verlag Berlin. as well as coastal regions of Venezuela.

This is beneficial in controlling HER2/neu overexpressing cancer cells (Zhang. There is some evidence that endogenous nitric oxide modulates the diarrhea effect of aloe. The compounds induce active secretion of electrolytes and water in the lumen of the bowel. The volume increase of the bowel content leads to an increase in pressure and stimulates intestinal peristalsis. placebo-controlled study was conducted to evaluate the clinical efficacy and tolerability of topical Aloe vera extract 0. 1996). . Aloe vera gel did not protect against radiation therapy-induced dermatitis (Williams. Aloe vera increases collagen content of the granulation tissue and its degree of crosslinking to contribute to wound healing (Chithra. 1998). amenorrhea.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS EFFECTS ALOE/17 Laxative Effects Aloe anthranoids such as 1. Aloe vera extract cream had a significantly higher cure rate and clearing of psoriatic plaques compared to placebo. Chinese Medicine: The most common use in Chinese medicine is for treatment of fungal diseases. Due to its anti-thromboxane effects. Indian Medicine: Uses in Indian medicine include stomach tumors. and influenza virus (Sydiskis. 1996). constipation.5% (in hydrophilic base) in patients with psoriasis vulgaris. 1996). 1998. Radiation-Induced Skin Toxicity A phase III. 1998). varicella-zoster virus. Ultraviolet radiation (UV) suppresses delayed type hypersensitivity (DTH) by altering the function of immune cells in the skin and causing the release of immunoregulatory cytokines. Strickland. 1987). Effects of topical Aloe plants Aloe vera depresses action potential generation and conduction at neuromuscular junction processes which result in analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects (Friedman. The Aloe-treatment group had no adverse drug related symptoms and the drug was well tolerated (Syed. 1991). and infections. worm infestation. salicylates. Aloe vera gel exerts anti-inflammatory activity through its inhibitory action on the arachidonic acid pathway via cyclooxygenase (Vazquez. pylori through inhibition of arylamine N-acetyltransferase (NAT) activity (Wang. Skin dermatitis was scored weekly during the trial by patients and by health care providers. CLINICAL TRIALS Psoriasis A double-blind. Studies demonstrate a laxative effect 9 hours after ingestion (Izzo. Aloe vera gel contains small molecular modulators that prevent UVB-induced immune suppression in the skin. 1998). Extracts of crude Aloe barbadensis gel inhibits this photosuppression by preventing suppression of DTH responses and reducing the amount of keratinocyte derived immunosuppressive cytokines (IL-2) (Byeon. The PASI score was also decreased in the Aloe treatment group compared to placebo. 1988). Aloe vera acts as a modulatory system toward wounds with anti-inflammatory effects (Davis. The use of Aloe vera has been associated with a delay in wound healing compared to standard treatment (Schmidt. 1999). colic. The study period was for 16 weeks with monthly check-ups for a period of 12 months. Aloe-emodin has shown antibacterial effects on four strains of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (Hatano. skin diseases. A total of 194 women receiving breast or chest wall irradiation were included in the study. Antineoplastic Effects Emodin suppresses tyrosine kinase activity of HER-2/neuencoded pl85neu receptor tyrosine kinase resulting in antineoplastic effects. 1999). and a substance that inhibits thromboxane formation (Fujita. 1976. 1991). 1999). <(§P pseiidorabies virus.8-dihydroxy-anthracene derivatives exert a laxative effect. Antibacterial/Antiviral Effects Aloe-emodin exerts dose-dependent growth inhibition of H. 1991). In European folk medicine the drug is employed for its ability to influence digestion. placebo-controlled study evaluated Aloe vera gel for use as a prophylactic agent for radiation-induced skin toxicity. 1999). The immunomodulators restore the UVB-induced damages on epidermal Langerham cells (Lee. There were 60 patients with slight to moderate chronic plaque-type psoriasis determined by the Psoriasis Area and Severity Score (PASI). Klein. Aloe emodin inactivates enveloped viruses and is directly viracidal to herpes simplex virus type 1 and type 2. 1999). Aloe vera decreases the morbidity of progressive dermal ischemia in frostbite (Heggers. INDICATIONS AND USAGE ALOE BARBADENSIS AND CAPENSIS Approved by Commission E: • Constipation ALOE BARBADENSIS 4^ Unproven Uses: The drug is used for evacuation relief in the presence of anal fissures after recto-anal operations. Absorption of electrolytes and water from the colon is inhibited resulting in a volume increase. Aloe vera contains a carboxypeptidase that inactivates bradykinin. The laxative action is due to g* anti-absorption osmotic properties. double-blind. The extract was applied topically three times daily for 5 consecutive days per week with a maximum of 4 weeks active treatment.

The fresh juice is used for eye inflammations and for syphillis in South Africa. DOSAGE Aloe is contraindicated in cases of intestinal obstruction. Spasmodic gastrointestinal complaints are a side effect to the drug's purgative effect.35(9): 1423-30. Isolation of . acutely inflamed intestinal diseases (e. and after recto-anal operations. appendicitis and abdominal pain of unknown origin. which can increase the actions of cardiac glycosides and antiarrhythmic drugs. Storage: Aloe should be protected from light and moisture. 110(5): 811-7. Malignancy: Prolonged use of anthracene drugs increases the relative risk of colon carcinoma (Siegers. Pregnancy: Aloe should not be used during pregnancy..Aktuelles iiber weltweit verwendete Arzneistoffe. The loss of potassium can result in hyperaldosteronism. Akao T. Loss of Electrolytes: Long-term use can cause loss of electrolytes. in particular potassium. loop diuretics. a harmless side effect.8-dihydroxyanthraquinone inhibits the catalytic activity of topoisomerase II resulting in genotoxicity and mutagenicity (Mueller. 1995). hemorrhoids. administer 5 drops. In: DAZ 132(21): 1164.18 /ALOE ALOE CAPENSIS PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S Unproven Uses: Aloe capensis has been used as a stool softener in the presence of anal fissures. 10 globules. Hypersensitivity: Hypersensitivity. Metabolism of barbaloin by intestinal bacteria. Herrera F. and constipation. 1999). licorice and corticosteroids—There is an increase in the possibility of potassium deficiency when Aloe is used along with these agents. BGA. 1997). The extract will have a content of 19% to 21% aloin. J Invest Dermatol 1998 May. the dosage should be reduced. In: DAZ 135(39):3644-3645. Note: The smallest dosage needed to maintain a soft stool should be used. Kobashi K. The recommended single dosage is 0.1 g in the evening. calculated as anhydrous aloin.. Namba T. manifested by generalized nummular eczematous and papular dermatitis. CONTRAINDICATIONS Thiazide diuretics. 1998).05 to 0. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Mode of Administration: Due to the side effects of the drug. Byeon SW. ulcerative colitis). Prolonged use of Aloe may lead to pigmentation in the intestinal mucosa (pseudomelanosis coli). inhibition of intestinal motility and enhancement of the effect of cardioactive medications. aqueous. hemorrhoids.05 g aloe powder from Aloe barbadensis or 0. Aloe capensis can be given as a single dose of 0. Hattori M. LITERATURE General: If cramping of the gastrointestinal tract after single dosing occurs. The component 1. Fraile G. Stimulating laxatives must not be used over an extended period of time (1 to 2 weeks) without medical advice. Che QM. Arzneimittelrisiken: Anthranoide. 1 tablet. Crohn's disease. nephropathies. Anonym. Aloe und Aloine . 72% Softgel—1000 mg Preparation: A stabilized aloe extract is prepared with hot water.2 g aloe powder of Aloe capensis in the evening. Aloe powder. Low molecular weight compounds found in Aloe vera gel are cytotoxic (Avila. Cytotoxicity of a low molecular weight fraction from Aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis Miller) gel. which may damage enteric nervous tissue (Tzavella. which usually reverses upon discontinuation of the drug. Toxicon 1997 Sep. have been reported after long-term use of oral and topical Aloe preparations (Morrow. Tissue Damage: Chronic treatment with high doses of Aloe reduces vasoactive intestinal peptide and somatostatin levels. Daily Dosage: The recommended daily dosage is 20 to 30 mg hydroxyanthracene derivatives/day. Homeopathic Dosage: For Aloe capensis.and aqueous-alcoholic extracts in powdered or liquid form are available for oral use. 470 mg Cream Gel—99%. Recent studies fail to demonstrate a connection between the administration of anthracene drugs and frequency of carcinomas in the colon (Schorkhuber. 1980). Ullrich SE et al. it is rarely used and is not recommended. 1995. Aloe barbadensis extracts reduce the production of interleukin-10 after exposure to ultraviolet radiation. edema and accelerated bone deterioration may occur in rare cases. Pediatric Use: Aloe should not be prescribed to children under 12 years of age. 1992. Avila H. Rivero J. Homeopathic Uses: The herb is used for gastrointestinal disorders. Long-term use can also lead to albuminuria and hematuria. How Supplied: Capsule—250 mg. 2. Drug Interactions: Cardiac glycosides and antiarrhythmic drug—Chronic use of Aloe can lead to potassium loss.g. or parenterally 1-2 ml three times daily (HAB1). Heart arrhythmias. 1993). Pelley RP.

.64(2):176178. Management of psoriasis with Aloe vera extract in a hydrophilic cream: a placebocontrolled.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS ALOE/19 human intestinal bacterium capable of tranforming barbaloin to Aloe-emodin anthrone. Vazquez B. Bde 4-6 (Drogen). Chem Pharm Bull (Tokyo) 1999 Aug. Robson MC. Dutter A. Phenolic constituents of Cassia seeds and antibacterial effect of some naphthalenes and anthraquinones on methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.. J Ethnopharmacol 1996 Dec. In: DAZ 135(13): 1150-1152. Albersheim P et al. Influence of Aloe vera on collagen turnover in healing of dermal wounds in rats.. Strickland FM. 1993. Fujita K. Anti-inflammatory activity of extracts from Aloe vera gel. The role of nitric oxide in aloe-induced diarrhoea in the rat. Heidelberg. Strick R. Effect of anthraquinone-laxatives on the proliferation and urokinase secretion of normal. Sajithlal GB. 1995. Stopper H.21(5):303-10.. Greenspoon JS.und in-vivo-Versuchen. 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Whortleberry ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY * COMPOUNDS Hydroquinone glycosides: arbutin (3-5%). PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the dried leaves and the ripe dried fruit. de Gruyter Verlag. The upper surface is dark green and the under surface pale green and covered in glandular hairs. Pharmakognosie. particularly with children. hyperoside. Fischer-Verlag. Wiss. Wichtl M (Hrsg. The shoots sprout from the axillary buds of the runners. Steinegger E. the concentration is 2 gm per cup. avicularin. beta-amyrin. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Aloysia triphylla See Lemon Verbena Unproven Uses: Alpine Cranberry is used to treat urinary tract irritation. 2-O-caffeoyl arbutin Tannins (10-20%): chiefly condensed tannins. Teuscher E. proanthocyainidine Flavonoids: including among others. Phytotherapie. isoquercitrin Triterpenes: including among others. Stuttgart... Bde 1-3. cut. 5. Aufl. W. The leaves are alternate. Berlin. Gifte und Vergiftungen. Stem and Root: The plant is a low shrub up to 30 cm high with scaly underground runners. The sprouts are downy when young and later become glabrous. regions (Scandinavia. Liver damage is conceivable with administration of the drug over extended periods. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: Available as whole. Verlagsges. rheumatism. Habitat: The plant is common in the Northern Hemisphere. due to the possible hepatotoxicity of the hydroquinones released. . and in children under 12 years of age. (1975-1987) Drogenkunde. Leaves. 8. Heidelberg 1992. It also raises cyclooxigenase activity through the flavonol glycosides. 4.20 /ALOE PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Hoppe HA. New York. 5. Other Names: Cowberry. Aufl. short-petioled.. Aufl. Springer Verlag Heidelberg 1992. oleanolic acid. 6. England).). Daily Dose: The internal dose is 2 gm as a single dose. Stuttgart 1997. as a decoction. Production: Cranberry leaves are die foliage leaves of Vaccinium vitis-ideae. and powdered drug. Wiss. Teedrogen. Red Bilberry. and calculus (stone complaints). hydroquinone gentiobioside. Because the urine-disinfecting effect of the hydroquinonesr released in the urinary tract only occurs in an alkali environment. obovate and coriaceous. New York 1995. Lewin L. Wiesenauer M. Stuttgart 1997. Biogene Arzneimittel. Flower and Fruit: The white to reddish-tinged flowers are in clusters of various sizes. ursolic acid EFFECTS Aloe barbadensis/capensis/ vera See Aloe The drug is antiviral and a urine disinfectant due to the tannin fraction. Nachdruck. quercitrin. The 10 stamens are pubescent at the base and the anthers are two-tipped and have no appendage. Aufl. pyroside (6'-acetyl-arbutin). Verlagsges. Haug Verlag. The leaves are dried in the open air. the simultaneous administration of medication and food that increases uric acid concentration in the bladder should be avoided. CONTRAINDICATIONS Alpine Cranberry Vaccinium DESCRIPTION vitis-ideae The drug is contraindicated in pregnancy. The white berries initially turn scarlet and contain numerous rust-brown seeds that are 1.5 to 2 mm long. nursing.. Collection takes place in uncultivated No healtii hazards are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. It is also considered a substitute for Bearberry leaves. Hansel R. Aufl. Phytopharmaka und pflanzliche Homoopathika. gout. Jena.. Individuals widi gastric sensitivity may experience queasiness and vomiting following intake of preparations made from the drug with high tannin content. Wagner H.

4. Roder E. Arch Pharm 318:294. PM 46:426. PA 24:236. Verlagsges. nemosenine A-D Flavonoids: including among others. platyphyllin. Sticher O et al. 1986.. sarracin Sesquiterpenes of the eremophilane-type: including among others. esculetin Volatile oil (0. bulgarsenine. PA 21:182.Ein Handbuch fur Apotheker. Stem and Root: This geophytic perennial has runners that are fleshy. DAZ 130:285. PH 16:1462. Thieme H. 1979. Toxikologen und Biologen. Leaves. quercitrin Hydroxycoumarins: including among odiers.. 1977. PH 18:1083. Thieme H et al.. rutin. The drug is also used in bleeding as a result of tooth extraction. Schneider G (Hrsg. Giftpflanzen . Aufl.. The involucre bracts are grass.1%) EFFECTS The drug is hemostyptic and hypoglycemic. During flowering. The stem is green or. 1989. Winkler HJ.or olive-green and often tinged greenishblack at the tips. Habitat: The plant grows in many regions of southern and western Europe and is cultivated in some eastern European countries. 19921994.2-unsaturated necic parent substances... Rimpler H. Daily Dosage: A cup of the tea may be taken several times a day. DOSAGE Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part is the herb. almost glabrous above to sparsely pubescent.. 40 to 140 cm high with rounded ribs. Keller K.. LITERATURE COMPOUNDS Friedrich H. high blood pressure. steep for 5 to 10 minutes. PM 41:124. fuchsisencionine.01-0. The florets are yellow. The foliage leaves are lanceolate-ovate. 20 cm long and 5 cm thick. New York. The stem is glabrous to sparsely pubescent or short-downy. pour boiling water over 1 teaspoonful (approximately 1 g) of finely cut drug. Wiss. The pyrrolizidine alkaloids are hepatotoxic and carcinogenic. Thompson RS et al.HERBAL M O N O G R A P H S ALPINE R A G W O R T /21 ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY Storage: Store the drug in a tightly sealed container and protect it from light. Aufl. Wiedenfeld H et al. 1985. J Chem Soc Perkin Tarns 1:1387. Aufl. By the time the fruit ripens. Naturwissenschaften 48:304. Pyrrolizidine alkaloids (0. senecionine. 5. 1972. Bde 4-6 4| . The upper cauline leaves are usually petiolate. Further information in: Hansel R.). 1969.1%): including among others. Frohne D.. Sci Pharm 57:97. Wiedenfeld H et al. 5. Life Root Mode of Administration: Internal use is not recommended. then strain. Keller K. 7-angeloylretronecin.. Hansel R. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS * Alpine Ragwort Senecio nemorensis DESCRIPTION Life Root should not be taken internally. Roder E et al. Other Names: Squaw Weed. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Hepatotoxicity and carcinogenicity are possible due to the presence of pyrrolizidine alkaloids with 1. reddish-brown. The fruit is 4 mm long. Schneider G (Hrsg. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Unproven Uses: Folk medicine uses of Life Root have included diabetes mellitus. the pappus is only as long as the disc florets. In: DAZ 132(45):2427-2435. Wiedenfeld H et al. spasms and as a uterine stimulant.. oblong-elliptic to oblong-lanceolate.. How Supplied: Forms of commercial pharmaceutical preparations include drops. Wiedenfeld H et al. acute or acuminate and serrate to double-serrate-dentate. The lower surface of the leaf is sparsely or moderately scattered and appressed pubescent. Wiedenfeld H et al. hemorrhage. 1992. Pyrrolizidinhaltige Arzneipflanzen. usually heavily blossomed corymb. Biogene Arzneimittel. Pfander HJ. Flower and Fruit: The composite flower heads are in a dense.. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Stuttgart 1997. 1982. 1979. Teuscher E. Aufl. 5. Arch Pharm 315:165. 1966. 1981. Preparation: To prepare a tea. Heidelberg. Rimpler H. LITERATURE Gottlieb R et al. 1990. nemorensin..).. VerlagsGes. long-stemmed and glabrous. Stuttgart 1997. PM 35:253. The stem is erect. Wiss. in particularly sunny locations. 1961. the pappus is 3 times as long as the fruit. Bde 4-6 (Drogen): Springer Verlag Berlin. Wiedenfeld H et al. (See precautions and adverse reactions).

dry-skinned. Jena. Velvet Flower. Stuttgart. 19921994. often composed of twigs. The Extra Pharmacopoeia. The segments are dry-skinned.).. Verlagsges.. whitish. Love-LiesBleeding. Prince's Feather ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY Alstonia constricta See Fever Bark COMPOUNDS Saponins Betacyans Protoalkaloids Althaea officinalis See Marshmallow EFFECTS The drug is said to have an astringent effect (possibly due to the saponins. Habitat: Amaranth is common in temperate and warm climates. occasionally perennial. The leaves are rhomboid-ovate and alternate.Biologie. with occasionally undulating or ruffled margins. Wiesenauer M. ulcers. Aufl. The Pharmaceutical Press (1977) UK. 27th Ed. Stuttgart 1997. In some species they are all in the leaf axils. Stem and Root: The plant is a tall. Production: Amaranth is the complete plant in flower of Amaranthus hypochondriacus. The ovary is ovate. and inflammation of the mouth and throat.or reddish-green to red. Aufl. ovate. 2. Pilewort. Heidelberg. glabrous or sparsely pubescent above. and forms a trans- Mode of Administration: Amaranth is administered orally as a liquid extract. with a mucro that is about twice as long as the perianth. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Amanita muscaria See Aga Unproven Uses: Amaranth has been used for diarrhea. versely dehiscing capsule. Aufl. Fischer-Verlag. LITERATURE Martindale. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. Bracteoles are 4 to 6 mm. dioecious or mixed. Hansel R. The perianth segments are narrowly ovate. Teedrogen. Wichtl M (Hrsg. DOSAGE Medicinal Parts: The entire plant is used medicinally Flower and Fruit: The inflorescence is bifurcated. Pub. It is erect. Wagner H. Pharmakognosie. The fruit is one-seeded. Lindequist U. Teuscher E. Amaranthus hypochondriacus See Amaranth . Steinegger E. Springer Verlag Heidelberg 1992. Lovely Bleeding. Phytotherapie. ovate. Chemie. usually acute and about as long as the fruit. 4. New York. Phytopharmaka und pflanzliche Homoopathika. Pharmakologie.. 5. Seeds are lentil-shaped. Biogene Gifte . Alpinia officinarum See Lesser Galangal Other Names: Lady Bleeding. Leaves. and grows up to 2 m tall.* 2 2 / A L P I N E RAGWO"RT PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S (Drogen): Springer Verlag Berlin. solitary and oblong-spicate in dense spike-like terminal clusters with very short internodes. There are no studies available on efficacy. smooth and usually black. The plant is monoecious. betacyans and protoalkaloids). circular. New York 1995. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Amaranth Amaranthus hypochondriacus DESCRIPTION No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Wiss. glabrous annual. Red Cockscomb. erect.

. Flower and Fruit: The flowers are small and pale yellowish green. Antifertility activity of Quassia amara: Quassin inhibits the steroidgenesis in rat Leydig cells in vitro. 1995. Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients Used in Food Drugs and Cosmetics. Heidelberg 1992. Use over prolonged periods of time may lead to weakened vision and total blindness. Bde 1-8. There are 5 petals. (1975) Chem Pharm Bull 23 (9):2191. Ohmoto T. Internal administration can be followed occasionally by dizziness and headache. 1993. Further information in: Kern W. glossy. Lewin L. The sepals are round to ovate. 3-methylcanthine-5.. LITERATURE (p Not to be Confused With: The wood of Rhus metopium Other Names: Bitter Wood.. 2-Methoxycanthin-6-on: a new alkaloid from the stem wood of Quassia amara. Wagner H et al. The alternate leaves are odd pinnate. including l-vinyl-4. Kupchan SM.. The bark is smooth and grayish. The style is fused from bottom to top. purgative and as anthelmintic (for ascarid and threadworms). clavate and have a thin skin. Leaves.6-dione EFFECTS The amaroid drug (quassinoids) stimulates secretion of £r gastric juices. 1969 (unter Pirola rotundifolia).. Springer Verlag Berlin. Njar VCO et al. oblong. 1992. 0. Horhammer L (Hrsg. Haug Verlag. Polonsky J. Surinam Quassia. Triterpenes: decanor-triterpenes (picrasan derivatives. It may also have a choleretic effect. Streelman DR. Murae T et al.. (1973) Tetrahedron 29:1515. 101. John Wiley & Sons Inc. (1976) J Org Chem 41:3481. as well as by uterine pain. General: No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Chem Org Naturst 30. acuminate and uneven at the base. Pregnancy: Not to be used during pregnancy.. Quassinoids from Quassia amara..). 6. simaroubolides) chief components quassin (nigakilactone D.1 to 0. increases appetite and aids digestion. In: PM 61(2):180-182. (1987) Phytother Res 1 (1):22. Nachdruck. New York. Aufl. (1979) Planta Med 36:113. (1980) Planta Med 38:204. Heidelberg. neoquassin and 18-hydroxyquassin Indole alkaloids of: -beta-carboline type. Geissmann T. fused at the base and imbricate. New York 1980. CONTRAINDICATIONS Contraindicated in pregnancy.. The fruit is a pea-sized drupe. Japanese Quassia. including 2-methoxy-6-one. List PH.8-dimethoxy-betacarboline -canthinone type. isoquassin (picrasmine). quassinoids. solitary. (1973) Fortschr. which ripens from December to January. Bde 1-3. Koike K. Stem and Root: The plant is a 15 to 30 m high tree with a diameter of 1 m.. (1983) Chem Pharm Bull 31:3198. Madaus G. In: PH 32:1007. . Njar VCO et al. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: Quassia Wood is used in homeopathic dilutions and in commercial pharmaceutical preparations. Bray DH et al. Leung AY. 10 stamens and 5 carpels. Nachdruck. Wagner H et al. Murae T et al. Daily Dosage: 500 mg Storage: Quassia should be protected from light and kept dry. 4. In: PM 59(3):259. The leaflets are opposite. Bitter Ash ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Barbetti P et ah.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS AMARGO/23 PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Amargo Quassia amara DESCRIPTION ^fc Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part is the wood of the trunk and branches. as bitter tonic. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel.2%). (1964) Ann Rev Pharmacol 4:305. Jamaica Quassia. They are black. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Homeopathic Uses: Quassia amara is used for gallbladder complaints. followed by vomiting. Habitat: The plant grows in Jamaica Production: Quassia Wood is the wood of Quassia amara or Picrasma excelsa. OVERDOSAGE Overdosage could lead to mucous membrane irritation. Gifte und Vergiftungen. Aufl.

Haskell TR (1946) J Am Chem Soc 66:2332. The leaves are 5 to 12. The stem is thin and about 25 cm high. Erythronium.5 cm long. Rationale Phytotherapie. There are only 2 leaves which are lanceolate. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. Stuttgart 1997. Hansel R. Habitat: The plant grows in the eastern U.5 cm long. Yellow Snakeleaf. Wiss. Jena.)..24/AMARGO PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S EFFECTS Roth L. Teuscher E.5 cm long. Wichtl M (Hrsg. lily. . LITERATURE American Adder's Tongue Erythronium DESCRIPTION Cavallito CJ. large. Aufl. Pflanzengifte. 5. Wiss. Reciprocal reactions occur with tulip. Yellow Snowdrop ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS American Bittersweet Celastrus scandens DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the root and the bark of the plant.. Stem and Root: The plant grows from a small. New York 1995. Heidelberg. List PH. 4. Allergiepflanzen.. Other Names: Waxwork. Lamb's Tongue. ovate fern-colored corm to between 2 and 2. There are numerous very small greenish flowers on terminal racemes 10 cm long. Lindequist U. Wiesenauer M. Kormann K. Leaves.. minutely wrinkled and with parallel veins. Pharmakologie. Pflanzenallergene. Teedrdgen. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS The plant has a strongly sensitizing effect. Flower and Fruit: The twining shrub is up to 8 m tall. Aufl. Verlagsges. 5. There are 6 stamens. New York. 1969. Teuscher E. Stuttgart. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Unproven Uses: The plant is used externally for ulcers. Rattlesnake Violet. Stuttgart 1997. Chemie. Biogene Gifte .Biologie. are about 6 cm long by 2 to 3 cm wide. Hausen B. The fruit is a fusiform nodule about 2 cm long. the drug is emetic. Aufl. Phytotherapie. Hansel R. 4. Verlagsges.). Aufl. Snake Leaf. Aufl.. False Bittersweet ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Tannins Celastrol EFFECTS (yellow quinoide nortriterpene) Alpha-methylene-gamma-butyrolactones: tuliposides American Bittersweet has diuretic and diaphoretic effects. fritallaria. Giftpflanzen. Nothing is known regarding health hazards or side effects in connection with the administration of the drug. Horhammer L (Hrsg. as far south as Florida and as far north and west as Ontario and Arkansas.5 cm in diameter. Externally it is an emollient. They have purplish or brownish spots. Kern W.S.. ecomed Verlagsgesellsch. Landsberg 1988. Pharmakognosie. Springer Verlag Heidelberg 1996. Aufl. Wagner H. bright yellow and often tinged purple and sprinkled at the base. alstroemeria and Bomarea species. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. americanum Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the leaves and tubers. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: Fresh leaves are applied topically as a poultice or administered internally as an infusion. hanging. 4. and pale green. Phytopharmaka und pflanzliche Homoopathika. When used internally. mbH. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. Steinegger E. Production: American Adder's Tongue leaves are the fresh leaves of Erythronium americanum. It is perennial with a bulbous light brown root. The bracts of the involucre are sharply revolute. Other Names: Dog's Tooth Violet. Habitat: The plant is indigenous to North America. Schulz R. Serpent's Tongue. The petioles are 5 to 7. Springer Verlag Berlin. ovate to ovate-lanceolate and serrate. Daunderer M. lily-like and are 2. Characteristics: The fresh leaves have emollient and antiscrofulous properties when applied as a poultice. Springer Verlag Heidelberg 1992. Production: American Bittersweet root and bark are the root and bark of Celastrus scandens. Fischer-Verlag. Bde 1-8. Biogene Arzneimittel. 2. The orange-yellow seed capsules are 1 cm in diameter. Flower and Fruit: The flowers are terminal.

cholera. heavily ribbed and drawn together in a broad sheath. It was used externally for throat infections and tonsillitis (as a gargle solution). The seeds are flattened. menstrual disorders and liver disorders. light-brown and winged all around. Springer Verlag Berlin. 4.). vertigo. The fruit is capsulelike with numerous seeds and dividing membranes. salivation. vomiting. Historically. neuralgia. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Bde. the therapy for poisoning consists of treating spasms with diazepam or certain barbiturates (i. EFFECTS No information is available. puerperal fever. and skin irritations. Bde 1-11. Leaves. in particular those governing cardiac activity. The herb reduces blood pressure and slows down the pulse due to the alkaloid germitrin. possible blindness. tumors. The leaves of Veratrum viride are oval to linear. Other Names: Bugbane. headache. protoverine. Tickleweed Unproven Uses: The drug is obsolete due to the high risk of side effects. cardiac arrhythmias and hypotension. dyspepsia. Not to be Confused With: The rhizome from Symplocarpus foetidus is thicker than that of Veratrum viride and more porous. In contrast with Veratrum album. The leaves are spiralled. shingles. American Hellebore was used internally to treat pneumonia. herpes. sciatica. the alkaloids have a paralyzing effect on numerous excitable cells. lowering of cardiac frequency.). Boston. The drug is extremely toxic. The alkaloids can also be absorbed through uninjured skin. paralysis of the limbs. colds. Devil's Bite. Characteristics: Characteristics of the species Veratrum viride is very similar to Veratrum album. Kern W. Heidelberg. Chemotaxonomie der Pflanzen. lacrimation. rubijervine. The flowers are shortpedicled and often unisexual. protoveratrine A and B. and inability to swallow. peritonitis. Horhammer L (Hrsg.C-nor-D-homosterane-type: including among others. Earth Gall.. burning sensation in the mouth and pharyngeal space. even in therapeutic dosages. sodium sulphate). and because they inhibit inactivation of the sodium ion channels after resorption. hypertension. epilepsy. Indian Poke. When used externally. The alkaloids are severely mucous membrane-irritating. bradycardia with atropine and hypotension wim peripherally active circulatory medications. diarrhea. also mild convulsions. INDICATIONS AND USAGE American Hellebore Veratrum viride ** DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the dried rhizome and the roots.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS INDICATIONS AND USAGE ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS AMERICAN HELLEBORE / 2 5 Unproven Uses: The drug has been used for rheumatism. scrofulous. fever. DOSAGE Steroid alkaloids {!%): including among others. consumption. following resorption: paresthesia. the less toxic alkaloids of the solanidane-type are here in the majority. some of the solanidane-type. isorubijervine. LITERATURE Hegnauer R. List PH. Birkhauser Verlag Basel. gastric lavage with burgundy-colored potassium permanganate solution. Death occurs either through systolic cardiac arrest or through asphyxiation. inflammation. neuralgia. It is no longer administered in allopathic medicine. 1-8.v. The embryo is small and set in the tip of the fusiform endosperm. Flower and Fruit: The terminal inflorescence is a panicle made up of spike-like racemes. rheumatism. gout. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS The drug is severely toxic and has numerous severe side effects. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. toothache. broadly elliptical to linear-lanceolate. The perigone has 6 tepals and is almost free. asthma. installation of activated charcoal and shock prophylaxis (appropriate body position. Stem and Root: The species are perennial herbs with strong leafy stems. Electrolyte sub- . quiet. Itchweed. but is rarely used today. hyperalgic. croup. Production: American Hellebore root is the rhizome of Veratrum viride. whooping cough. Aufl. 1969. it is hyperemic. Following gastrointestinal emptying (inducement of vomiting. and locally anaesthetic. Habitat: The herb is indigenous to the swamps and moist 0> ground from Canada to Georgia and westward to Minnesota. OVERDOSAGE The first symptoms of poisoning are sneezing. warmth). The anther is reniform. and typhus. New York. scarlet fever. pain. then. Berlin 1962-1997.

unpetiolate. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Unproven Uses: American Ivy is used for digestive disorders. 6. Bde 1-8: Springer Verlag Berlin. New York. New York. which sometimes develop adventitious roots. which diminish toward the top. Teuscher E. Horhammer L (Hrsg. Vol. S M et al.2 6 / A M E R I C A N HELLEBORE stitution may be necessary and possible cases of acidosis should be treated with sodium bicarbonate infusions. Aufl. Pflanzengifte.. There are no nectaries. Flower and Fruit: The flowering stems are axillary.. 1992).). pea-sized berries. Frohne D. 4. Daily Dose: The daily dose is 100 mg. Aufl. Stem and Root: American Ivy is a high-climbing shrub with dark green branches. List PH. calyx-like bracts. Kern W.). LITERATURE COMPOUNDS Up to 2% oxalic acid is contained in the berries. Daunderer M. 41. up to 1 cm long. Giftpflanzen . Lindequist U. Creeper. Toxikologen und Biologen. Stuttgart 1997. 4. Wild Woodvine. Aufl. Haug Verlag. Aufl. o Flower and Fruit: The inflorescences are fairly small and appear in yellowish-green racemes. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. Roth L. Heidelberg 1992. The plant is diaphoretic. Wiss. ovate or obovate. Bde 1-3. B. The leaflets have broad. Other Names: American Woodbine.Biologie. In: Brossi A. Nachdruck. Lewin L. They produce darkpurple. Pflanzengifte. Giftpflanzen. Five Leaves. Roth L. and the undersurface is whitish-green and matte. DOSAGE Production: American Ivy bark is the bark of the trunk and branches of Parthenocissus quinquefolia. Storage: The drug should be clearly labeled as "poisonous" and stored in a safe place.Ein Handbuch fur Apotheker. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. harvested at flowering season. Woody Climber ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY Mode of Administration: The herb can be found in whole and powdered forms. Kupchan. (1961) Lloydia 24(1): 17. the fresh leaves.. Giftpflanzen. Ivy. Habitat: Parthenocissus quinquefolia originated in North America and is cultivated worldwide. 1250 Sixth Avenue. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS The berries are considered poisonous. Bde 1-8. VerlagsGes. List PH. suddenly acuminate and usually somewhat roundedoff teeth. however no health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Pfander HJ. 4. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis.... American Liverleaf Hepatica DESCRIPTION nobilis Medicinal Parts: The drug is the herb. 1992. Virginia Creeper. Older scientific literature describes the death of a child following intake of the berries (Lewin. Springer Verlag Berlin. double-rowed creepers. Aufl. Gifte und Vergiftungen. Madaus G. LITERATURE American Ivy Parthenocissus DESCRIPTION Kern W. Wild Woodbine. numerous. quinquefolia Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the bark. pubescent and erect. 4. 1969. the seeds are cordate. Horhammer L (Hrsg. The 6 to 8 bracts are sky blue. Daunderer M. ovate. Biogene Gifte . The Alkaloids. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. San Diego. Academic Press. Nachdruck. entire-margined and dropping. Kormann K. CA 92101. 4. roughly serrate or dentate leaflets. Kormann K. Heidelberg. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: The drug is ground for use as an infusion. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. astringent and tonic. The flowering branches turn into regular. however there is no information available on the constituents of the rind.. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. The upper surface is dark green. They are usually reddish and have 3 entire-margined. Cordell GA (Eds). narrow-ovate. without roots. Aufl. Heidelberg. the branch tips. Pharmakologie. 1969. the berries and the resin. The leaves are long-petioled and divided into 5 elliptical. Aufl. The stamens are almost white with red . Chemie. Intubation and oxygen respiration may also be necessary. directly under the upright flower. EFFECTS -Brossi.. occasionally pink or white. 2. Leaves. paler on the outside. False Grapes.

Symptomatic treatment for external contact consists of mucilaginosa. The taste and smell are resinous. hardy perennial with a short.. PM 11:338-347. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. as well as irritation of the urinary drainage passages..07% in the freshly harvested plant. bruised plant can lead to blister formation and cauterizations mat are difficult to heal due to the resulting protoanemonine. the Czech Republic. Biogene Gifte . Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. quercimeritrin Saponins EFFECTS American Pawpaw Asimina triloba DESCRIPTION The main active agents are lactone-forming glycosides. 5. Round-Leaved Hepatica. bark and leaves. Kidneywort. The fruit is oblong with a short beak fitted into the semi-globular receptacle. liver diseases of all origins. The stigma is head-like. The fruit is yellowish. Daunderer M. including the stems. The seeds are slightly polished with darker brown lines on the surface. with a grayish hilum at one end. long-petioled. gallstones and gravel. Denmark and northwest Germany. a cataplasm can be made of the squeezed fresh plant. The •^t numerous leaves are basal.5 by 2. are possible. flavo-glycosides and anthocyane. volatile protoanemonine that quickly dimerizes to anemonine. based on weight): presumably. with blunt to acute lobes. Switzerland. which is severely irritating to the skin and mucous membranes. Pharmakologie. administration of activated charcoal should follow gastric lavage. Daily Dosage: When used internally. oils or alcohol. a single dose consists of 2 to 4 gm as an infusion. In case of internal contact. The petals are round. New York. coriaceous. The fleshy pods are about 7. Liverleaf.). INDICATIONS AND USAGE Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the seeds. 19921994. It is also indigenous to Korea.8 gm drug. dark brown rhizome. Production: American Liverleaf consists of the fresh or dried above-ground parts of Hepatica nobilis. Leaves. Trefoil ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Extended skin contact with the freshly harvested. The outer ones are almost circular and 3 to 4 times as long as the sepals. Pflanzengifte. . Slovakia and Hungary. The fresh plant contains K* protoanemonine. severe irritation to the gastrointestinal tract. which causes skin irritation. 1963. the glycoside ranunculin changes enzymatically when the plant is cut into small pieces (and probably also during dehydration) into the pungent. They are cordate and 3-lobed at the base. Liverweed. 2. If taken internally. Ruijgrok HWL. Roth L. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979.5 cm wide. Rimpler H.. Bde 4-6 (Drogen). Heidelberg. Flower and Fruit: The axillary flowers are dull purple and solitary. Kormann K: Giftpflanzen. Lindequist U. astragalin. oblong-ovoid. are densely covered in silky white hairs. the plant is not capable of protoanemonine formation. Chemie. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: The drug can be taken internally or used externally as a rinse. They are about 3. They are oblongoval. The roots must be left in the ground because they are a protected species. Other Names: Herb Trinity. ovate and marbled. Liverwort is a protected species in Germany.5 cm and contain 3 flat. brown seeds. Once dried. Italy. Protoanemonine-fonning agents (0. deeply indented. Aufl. The young leaves. The herb is harvested when in bloom and air-dried in the shade. Madaus G. Preparation: To make a rinse. Schneider G (Hrsg. alcohol can be used if necessary. fibrous.H E R B A L MONOGRAPHS AMERICAN PAWPAW / 27 connective. A liniment can be made with added fats. green above and usually more or less violet beneath. Springer Verlag Berlin. or 2 to 3 cups from a 3 to 6% infusion. following irrigation with diluted potassium permanganate solution. The daily dosage is 4 teaspoonfuls. Unproven Uses: Preparations of American Liverleaf herb are used for liver ailments. or 3. Nachdruck. 4. Teuscher E. Ecomed Fachveriag Landsberg Lech 1993. Habitat: The plant is indigenous to almost all of Europe except the Atlantic regions. Keller K. Aufl. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Health risks or side effects following the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages are not recorded. The leaves later become glabrous and appear after flowering. LITERATURE Hansel R. jaundice. combined with colic and diarrhea. Austria. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. Bde 1-3. Japan and temperate North America.Biologie. broadly ovate. Stem and Root: The herb is a 7 to 15 cm high. Aufl. Flavonoids: including isoquercitrin.

The pure white 23 to 32 petals are free. Rupprecht JK. Nachdruck. (24-cis)asimicinone and (24-trans)-asimicinone: two novel bioactive ketolactone acetogenins from Asimina triloba (Annonaceae). Production: American Pawpaw seeds are the seeds of Asimina triloba. Zhao GX. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the cut and dried rhizome. 1969. it smells. Additional bioactive compounds and trilobacin a novel highly cytotoxic acetogenin from the bark of Asimina triloba. Wood KV. Zeng L. New York. green above and purple-brown beneath. 4:1533-42. but when it ripens after a frost. Benzyl isoquinoline alkaloids: including anolobine Polyketides: including asimicine Fatty oil EFFECTS American White Pond Lily Nymphaea odorata DESCRIPTION No information is available. J Nat Prod. 1996. List PH. The plant's leaves and flowers appear simultaneously. 59:1029-34. 1995. ovate and acuminate.S. The young shoots and leaves are covered in rust-colored down and later become glabrous.). Wood KV. The seeds are small. narrower than the sepals and arranged on the axis like a screw. This characteristic gives rise to one of its common names—Custard Apple. London 1986. Stem and Root: The fragrant water lily is an aquatic plant with a strong horizontal rhizome. Bioorg Med Chem. fevers and vomiting. also India and parts of Asia and Africa. Gu ZM. 4:25-32. large (15-30 cm long) and has a wedge-shaped deep indentation at the base. Zeng L. Rieser MJ. Zhao GX. McLaughlin JL. The numerous carpels are sunk into the beaker-shaped axis in a ring and are partially fused with it. McLaughlin JL.5 mm long. alternate. Evaluation of various parts of the paw paw tree Asimina triloba (Annonaceae) as commercial sources of the pesticidal annonaceous acetogenins. Zeng L. Schwedler JT.. They grow from the rhizome and extend above the water by means of a long stem. 1992. Kern W. oblong-ovate. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Homeopathic Uses: In homeopathy. Habitat: The plant is found in the west. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. pale green on the outside and greenish-white on the inside. smooth and have an aril. Gifte und Vergiftungen. Rupprecht JK. 4:128-34. 1992.and trans-murisolinones novel bioactive Annonaceous acetogenins from the seeds of Asimina triloba. 6. Potter WM. ovate. The size of the plant varies according to depth of water. McLaughlin JL. Chao JF. Heidelberg 1992. LITERATURE He K. 1-8. Oliver-Bever B (Ed. J Nat Prod. entire. The lamina is ovalorbicular. as well as for mouth and throat inflammation.. 1996. He K. Medicinal Plants of Tropical West Africa. 55:2353-6. Zeng L. Cambridge University Press Cambridge. Three new adjacent bis-tetrahydrofuran acetogenins with four hydroxyl groups from Asimina triloba. faintly of custard. Zeng L. 1996. American Pawpaw is used in the treatment of scarlet fever. long-petioled and have 4 air channels in the petiole.28/AMERICAN PAWPAW PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S Leaves. The fruit is a berry-like capsule. Other Names: Custard Apple ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Ratnayake S. Zhao GX. Haug Verlag. 5:501-6. close a few hours later (before the intense midday heat) and remain closed until the next morning. McLaughlin JL. Leaves. Characteristics: The fruit has an unpleasant smell when unripe. Shi G. . coriaceous. Bde.. south and central U. Springer Verlag Berlin. Allergic individuals may be susceptible to severe urticaria. approximately 2. Zhao GX. Heidelberg. which grows under water. Chao JF. Bioorg Med Chem. Woo MH. Zhang Y. Lewin L. elliptical-lanceolate. The absolute configuration of adjacent bis-THF acetogenins and asiminocin a novel highly potent asimicin isomer from Asimina triloba. J Nat-Prod. The flowers open as the sun rises. Chao JF. 4. 1997. Aufl. It is entire-margined. J Econ Entomol. 7 to 15 cm across and radial-symmetrical. The 4 sepals are almost free. Stem and Root: The American Pawpaw grows up to 6 m in height. Additional bioactive annonaceous acetogenins from Asimina triloba (Annonaceae). Zhao G. The petiole is The drug has a nauseant effect. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: The mother tincture is used in homeopathic dilutions. Flower and Fruit: The androgynous flowers are solitary. The leaves are thin (20-25 cm long and 7 cm wide). Aufl. Ye Q. Cho KY. which ripens under water. smooth. Shi G. Hui Y. 55:347-56. the fresh rhizome and the rhizome with the roots.). Horhammer L (Hrsg. McLaughlin JL. McLaughlin JL. Nat Toxins. McLaughlin JL. Asimilobin and cis. The leaves are swimming.

these results should be taken as a warning to exercise care. Cow Cabbage. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Ammi Visnaga See Bishop's Weed Unproven Uses: Chronic diarrhea is a common internal application. Flower and Fruit: The inflorescence is an umbel which grows from the axils of the upper leaves. Other Names: Water Cabbage. Homeopathic Dosages: 5 drops. 3 times daily. There are 5 stamens. but American White Pond Lily root is known to contain large amounts of gallic and ellagic tannins. Aufl. the petals white with revolute tips. poultices and gargles or taken internally. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Roth L.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS AMMONIAC GUM 29 greenish and is usifally purple-tinged. with clearly developed sheaths. No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Giftpflanzen. The ovary is inferior. EFFECTS The astringent and antiseptic effects of the American White Pond Lily can be attributed to the high tannin content. Bde 1-5. Externally. is yellowish to gray-brown. The taproot is tuberous. The stipules are triangular to reniform. gonorrhea and leukorrhea. 4. the plant has been used in the treatment of vaginal conditions and as a gargle in the treatment of diseases of the mouth and throat. Tannins (gallotannins. Water Nymph ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Preparation: The fluid extract is produced by percolation: 1:1 using ethanol 25%. Characteristics: The flowers have a sweet fragrance. Water Lily. Production: American White Pond Lily root is the rhizome of Nymphaea odorata and other varieties. The leaves are arranged in spirals. Bde 4-6 (Drogen). El Salvador and the West Indies. The stem is hollow. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: As a decoction or liquid extract used for washes. the calyx teeth indistinct. Aufl. Traditional folk medicine uses also included dysentery. ellagitannins) Only a very small amount of research work has been carried out on the drug. Su KL et al. (1983) Lloydia 36:72 and 80. Daily Dosage: Internally: in a single dose of 1 to 2 g drug as an infusion. Springer Verlag Berlin. Kormann K. densely haired. gnarled. 1 to 4 ml of liquid extract. Nachdruck. Habitat: The plant is found growing in areas from Iran to southern Siberia. scrofulous sores and inflamed skin. Pflanzengifte. Even though very high dosages were used with the animals. and the lamina is often only rudimentary. blue-striped. Daunderer M. Habitat: The plant is indigenous to the eastern part of North America.. Homeopathic Uses: Morning diarrhea is one use in homeopathy. LITERATURE Hansel R. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. chronic: once a day (HAB1). in powdered form. (1960) Farmakol i Toxicol 23:132. The fruit is double achene. 19921994.5 m high. and has been naturalized in parts of western Europe. It is found as far south as Mexico. 1 tablet or 10 globules every 30 to 60 minutes (acute) or 1 to 3 times daily (chronic): parenterally: 1 to 2 ml sc acute. New York. Schneider G (Hrsg. 5. Madaus G. Heidelberg. and up to 5 cm thick. Because of the very short flower stems. witfi a conical style cushion with 2 styles. The drug is derived from the cut and dried rhizome and. Stem and Root: This herbaceous perennial grows up to 2. tumors. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Ammoniac Gum Dorema ammoniacum DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part of the plant is a resin exuded from the flowers and stems.. Keller K. Odinstsova NV. Rimpler H. OVERDOSAGE No poisonings have yet been observed among humans but animal experiments have been performed with fatal results. . the flowers radial and small. 2chambered. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. Only limited amounts of research have been carried out on the drug. and the leaves and roots were applied as a mash poultice for boils. the individual inflorescences appear very globular. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. Leaves. The flower structures are in fives.)..

parenterally: 1 to ml sc acute: 3 times daily. expectorate and menstruation-promoting in its effect. Folgeb nde 1 und 2. although research data regarding these effects is not available. CONTRAINDICATIONS Amomum aromaticum See Nepalese Cardamom Anacardium occidentale See Cashew Anacyclus Pyrethrum See Pellitory The drug is contraindicated during pregnancy due to the existence of indications of a menstruation-inducing effect. Springer. 1 tablet or 10 globules every 30 to 60 minutes (acute) and 1 to 3 times daily (chronic). In the late 19th century. it was often employed internally as a diaphoretic and emmenagogue as well as externally as a plaster for swellings of the joints and indolent tumors. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Blaschek W. asthma. especially in the elderly. linalyl acetate. Reichling J. spasmolytic. 1:2:30 Daily Dosage: 0. Combination — Ammoniac emulsion: toluene: distilled water. Berlin. It is then pressed through linen and evaporated until a few drops can be worked in the hand without becoming sticky. Because of the resin's purported diuretic. Keller K. sciatica and joint pain as well as conditions of the liver and spleen. it was used as an expectorant for chronic catarrh and externally in plasters to relieve hyperadenosis and in compresses for abscesses.3 0 / A M M O N I A C GUM PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S Production: Ammoniac gum is the naturally-exuding gum resin latex of Dorema ammoniacum hardened in the air and collected in the wild. chronic: once a day (HAB1). Among external uses are treatment of wounds and abscesses as well as lymph node swelling. LITERATURE Resin (60 to 709c): chief component ammoresinol Water-soluble polysaccharides (10 to 20%) Volatile oil (0.1 to 0. Schneider G (Eds) Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Hansel R. DOSAGE Anagallis arvensis See Scarlet Pimpernel Mode of Administration: Preparations for internal and external use Preparation: Ammoniacum depuratum — 1000 parts coarse ammoniac powder are heated with 1500 parts ethanol 60% in a steam bath while being constantly stirred until an emulsion is Anamirta cocculus See Fish Berry Ananas comosus See Pineapple . Unproven Uses: Uses dating back to ancient times include ingestion for its expectorant effect in chronic bronchitis.3%): chief components linalool.3 to 1 g drug Homeopathic Dosage: 5 drops. Homeopathic Uses: Homeopathic uses include bronchitis. sudorific. ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS fogned. Drogen A-Z. Not to be Confused With: Confusion may occur with North African and Cyrenian ammoniac. however no health hazards have been verified in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS According to older sources. internal folk medicine uses include chronic bronchitis. citronellyl acetate EFFECTS The drug is credited with being mildly diuretic. special doses for children Storage: The drug should be stored over chalk in a container that protects it from light. repeated visual disorders and glaucoma-like states appeared following ingestion of the drug. More recently. antispasmodic and stimulant properties. Rimpler G. Heidelberg 1998.

Sudo K. 1989. 1992. 1997 Aug.. Matsuura H. Keller K. New York. Production: Zhi-Mu is the dried rhizome of Anemarrhena asphodeloides. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Anemarrhena asphodeloides See Anemarrhena (Zhi-Mu) Anemarrhena (Zhi-Mu) Anemarrhena asphodeloides DESCRIPTION No health hazards are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Planta Med. Korea and Japan. Li PM. The drug is not to be administered in the presence of diarrhea. Wu DW. Zhang H. Habitat: The plant is native to northern China. Liu JQ. Zhang XK. among others W Xanthones: mangiferin (1. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: Whole and cut drug preparations for internal use. Bde 4 . The fruit is a globose capsule. It is also as a decoction for typhus. which opens on 3 sides.3%) EFFECTS A variety of experiments have been able to demonstrate antipyretic and cortisone-like effects for the drug with its steroid saponin content. Letter Planta Med. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. of Na. Tanigawa K. Antidiabetic effect of seishin-kanro-to in KKAy mice. There are 3 stamens and a 3-carpeled. The timosaponin A-III isolated from the drug reduced the serum levels of a 1-fetoprotein in animal experiments. Matsuura H. Huang DP. In addition. Schneider G (Ed). Miura T. 32 cases of postoperative osteogenic sarcoma treated by chemotherapy combined with Chinese medicinal herbs. LITERATURE ^tf Dong JX. Int J Biochem. The perianth structures are in sixes. . Springer Verlag Berlin. 5. Leaves. Wang B. Isolation of pseudoprototimosaponin AIII from rhizomes of Anemarrhena asphodeloides and its hypoglycemic activity in streptozotocininduced diabetic mice.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS ANEMARRHENA INDICATIONS AND USAGE (ZHI-MU)/31 Andira araroba See Goa Powder Unproven Uses: Zhi-Mu is used for agitation (in Oriental medicine). Dong J. Nakashima N. Steroid saponins (6%): aglycones sarsapogenin. 21: 1997. "bone fever" and general dehydration. Yano H. Zhi-mu saponin inhibits alpha-fetoprotein gene expression in developing rat liver. 27:26-32. Stem and Root: Anemarrhena asphodeloides is a herbaceous perennial. Rimpler H. Dong JX. 21:15-22. A new active steroidal saponin from Anemarrhena asphodeloides. 19921994. The rhizome is then airdried. Planta Med. Zhi-Mu is used for febrile conditions and inflammation. Chen RQ. 1997 Aug. and extends up to 60 cm high. intestinal colic and diarrhea. Ishihara E. 1991 Oct. 63:376-9. Storage: Should be stored in a dry and well-aired place. markogenin. K-ATP-ase and of DNA-polymerase were observed. J Nat Prod. Hansel R.6 (Drogen). Flower and Fruit: The inflorescence is spike-like. dry cough. Studies on the active constituents of Anemarrhena asphodeloides bunge. Yan X. inhibitions of platelet aggregation. Han GY. fused ovary. 57:Kimura I. New spirostanol glycosides from Anemarrhena asphodeloides. Heidelberg. particularly sarsapogenin-3-timobioside and markogenin-3-timobioside Water-soluble polysaccharides: anemarans A to D Lignans: hinoki resinol. The leaves are grass-like and clustered at the base. Aufl. and the flowers are clustered and radial. Ho KL. Ma B. Kako M. The tepals are free and all the same. 57:460-2. Planta Med. Seino Y. Chiu JF. Daily Dosage: 6 to 12 gm of drug often used with other herbs in teas. Chinese Medicine: In China. with 1 to 3 seeds in each chamber. Kimura I. It is best harvested in the third year of cultivation in spring or autumn. neogitonin. Zhong JL. diabetes. painful stool or strangury. Tu A. Yao Hsueh Hsueh Pao. OVERDOSAGE Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part of the plant is the rhizome. Han GY. 21:320-2. ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS The ingestion of large dosages of the drug may lead to gastroenteritis. Usami M. scarlet fever and tuberculosis. due to the saponin content. Kimura M.

The leaves are very large. Production: Angelica seed consists of the fruit of Angelica archangelica. indistinguishable tip. archangelicin EFFECTS: ANGELICA LEAVES The essential oils and furanocoumarins from the leaves have a strong irritant effect on the skin and mucous membranes (angelica dermatitis). Angel's Wort ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY Anemone nemorosa See Wood Anemone COMPOUNDS: ANGELICA FRUIT Anethum graveolens See Dill Volatile oil: constituents include hexylmethyl phthalate. imperatorin. Garden Angelica. C and D. often as thick as an arm at the base. and is cultivated in other regions. The rhizome is short. It is round. whole herb and root. gastric juice-stimulating and cholagogic effect of the herb could be explained by the aromaticamaroid structure. Hikino H. Habitat: Angelica is thought by some botanists to be indigenous to Syria. The spasmolytic. bergaptene. .32/ANEMARRHENA (ZHI-MU) PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Takahashi M. sinensis). Other species are found in America (A. Angelica root is the dried root and rhizome of Angelica archangelica.and heptadecanolide Furanocoumarins: including bergaptene. sigmasterol EFFECTS: ANGELICA FRUIT Nature's Answer Angelica Root Liquid DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the seed. Leaflets are ovate and unevenly serrate. B. cholagogue and stimulatory for secretion of gastric juices. isoimperatorin. The tiny epicalyx has numerous sepals with minute tips. p-cymene. alpha-pinenes.1%): chief constituents myrcene (17 to 29%). Angelica herb consists of the aboveground parts of Angelica archangelica. oxypeucedanin. The petals have an indented. beta-phellandrene. sylvestris) and in China/Asia (A. beta-caryophyllene. including penta. atropurpurea). imperatorin.and beta-phellandrenes. xantholtoxin Angelica Angelica archangelica TRADE NAMES Fatty oil Phytosterols: including beta-sitosterol. drying in the air or in ovens. Flower and Fruit: The flowers are greenish-white to yellowish and are arranged in 20 to 40 rayed compact umbels without an involucre. The spasmolytic. alpha-pinene. The outer fruit membrane separates from the inner one. Planta Med. Today it is found growing in the wild on the coasts of the North and Baltic Seas as far north as Lapland. Holland or Poland. in Europe (A. limonene. 57:100-2. The stem is erect. Other Names: European Angelica. xanthotoxin. The leaf sheaths are large and swollen. camphene. oxypeucedanin. fleshy and has long fibrous roots. The elliptic fruit is 7 mm long by 4 mm wide and winged. cis-and trans-ocimene. umbelliferone Caffeic acid derivatives: including chlorogenic acid Flavonoids EFFECTS: ANGELICA ROOT The root acts as an antispasmodic. alphaphellandrene.015 to 0. beta-phellandrene. gastric juice-stimulating and cholagogic effect of the herb could be explained by the aromatic-amaroid structure. borneol. Leaves. 60 to 90 cm and tri-pinnate with a hollow petiole. After The furanocoumarins in the fruit are cytostatic and phototoxic. bergaptene. Isolation and hypoglycemic activity of anemarans A. betabisabolene. the umbels are threshed to separate the seeds. strong. glycans of Anemarrhena asphodeloides rhizomes. hollow and tinged reddish below. The taste is sweetish to burning tangy. COMPOUNDS: ANGELICA LEAVES Volatile Oil (0. macrocyclic lactones (odordetermining) such as 15-oxypentadecenlactone Furanocoumarins: including angelicin. 1985 Apr. Konno C. macrocyclic lactones. which is harvested from July onward. alpha-pinene Furanocoumarins: including angelicin. finely grooved. Characteristics: The plant has a strong tangy odor. COMPOUNDS: ANGELICA ROOT Volatile oil: chief components are alpha. It is a protected species in Iceland. Stem and Root: The plant is 50 to 250 cm tall. scopoletin.

1. Chalchat JC. ANGELICA ROOT Approved by Commission E: • Dyspeptic complaints • Loss of appetite Unproven Uses: In folk medicine.5 to 3. Chang.0 gm of liquid extract (1:1). ANGELICA LEAVES ANGELICA FRUIT AND HERB Amling R. Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients used in Food Drugs and Cosmetics. World Scientific Pub. Co. Bde. (1983) Phytochemistry 23 (2):553-555. menstruation complaints.. Matsuzawa T. (1980) Pak J Sci Ind Res 23 (l-2):73. (Eds). (1978) Rastit Resur 14 (4):579. the intestinal tract and the respiratory tract. Escher S. Co.. Abstracts of the 44th Ann Congress of GA. ANGELICA ROOT Mode of Administration: Comminuted herb and other oral galenic preparations for internal use. 1993. liver and biliary duct conditions.. (1983) Phytochemistry 22 (9):2035. List PH.. (1979) Helv Chim Acta 62 (7):2061. 0. Madaus G. Shah AK. 1-8.5 gm of tincture (1:5). New York. Chang.1 Advances in Chinese Medicinal Materials Research. In: PM 62. Suzuki S. 1991. as well as for rheumatic and neuralgic complaints. bronchitis. Yoshizaki M. Suppl 713. Ashraf M et al. Garry RPh. Leung AY. It is therefore advisable to avoid sunbathing and intensive UV radiation for the duration of treatment with Angelica or its preparations. Zotikov YM et al. Externally. Opdyke DLJ.). 4. 1996. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis... New York. Evaluation of Angelicae radix (Touki) by inhibitory effect on platelet aggregation. EH et al. In: Chem Pharm Bull 39:2046. Localisation and seasonal changes of psoralen in Angelica fruits. Tastrup O et al. Morita N. Singapore 1985. (1979) Helv Chim Acta 62 (7):2061. Keller U et al. (1980) Pak J Sci Ind Res 23 (l-2):73. Keller U et al. John Wiley & Sons Inc.. Bde 1-3.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS INDICATIONS AND USAGE ANGELICA/33 Oil Tincture — 1:5 Preparation: There is no information on preparation in the literature.. preparations of the root are used as a mild rubefacient. dyspeptic complaints with mild gastrointestinal cramps. (Eds). Springer Verlag Berlin. Daily Dosage: 4. 1969. Phytotherapeutika in der Neurologic In: ZPT 12(1):9.. 76. DOSAGE Amling R. LITERATURE ANGELICA FRUIT Approved by Commission E: • • • • Fevers and colds Infections of the urinary tract Dyspeptic complaints Loss of appetite Unproven Uses: Preparations of angelica seed are used internally for conditions of the kidneys and efferent urinary tract. Nachdruck. Singapore 1985. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. Shimizu M. Glowniak K et al. 76. 1991.. ANGELICA ROOT No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. 1996. Heidelberg. for coughs. loss of appetite. Photodermatosis is possible following contact with the plant juice. (1979) Ind J Pharm Sci 42 (6): Cll. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS ANGELICA FRUIT AND HERB General: No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. ANGELICA ROOT Unproven Uses: Preparations from the leaves have been used as a diuretic and diaphoretic. How Supplied: Fluid Extract — 1:1 . Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. Localisation and seasonal changes of psoralen in Angelica fruits. Preparations are also used as a diaphoretic and have been used in the past for malaria. World Scientific Pub. Lemmich J et al.. Escher S. Taskinen J. Aufl. In: PM 62. Sethi OP. (1975) Acta Chem Scan 29 (5):637 et (7) 757. Advances in Chinese Medicinal Materials Research. Pregnancy: Preparations are not to be used during pregnancy. Abstracts of the 44th Ann Congress of GA.. Further information in: Kem W. J Essent Oil Res 5:447. 1980.. Ashraf M et al. Horhammer L (Hrsg. Glowniak K et al.5 gm of drug. (1975) Food Cosmet Toxicol: 13. an ointment from the seeds is used for body lice. EH et al.. Phytotherapeutika in der Neurologic In: ZPT 12(1):9. The furocoumarins contained in angelica root sensitize the skin to light and can lead to inflammation of the skin in combination with UV rays. 10 to 20 drops of essential oil. 1991.

Chemie. Georg Oims Verlag Hildesheim 1979. In: PH 23:419-426. of which 2 or 3 are often sterile. (1983) Phytochemistry 22 (9):2035.5 to 12. 1983. Nykanen I et al. Lemmich J et al. Leung AY. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Angelica archangelica See Angelica No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Stuttgart. Habitat: Angostura is indigenous to Venezuela and tropical regions of South America. Hansel R. Giftpflanzen. The bark is smooth and gray. glossy. Teedrogen.).. it is also used as a febrifuge. Razdan TK. Opdyke DLJ.5 cm in diameter and has a straight trunk and irregular branches. Landsberg 1988. It is slightly curved or quilled. Stuttgart 1997. Suzuki S. Verlagsges. Stuttgart 1997. New York 1995.. 4. peduncled and closed racemes. Yoshizaki M. chromoines and coumarins from Angelica officinalis. galipoidine. Other Names: Cusparia Bark. Bde. Vuorela H. Pharmakologie. New York. Teuscher E. galipene Quinolin alkaloids: including cusparine including galipine. Stem and Root: Galipea officinalis is a small 4 to 5 m high tree.Biologie. PA 41:888. Teuscher E. l-methyl-2quinolone Angustorine EFFECTS (bitter iridoid glycoside) Angostura stimulates gastric juices and acts as a tonic. Lindequist U. .cadinene. Pflanzengifte. galipoline. Wiesenauer M. which initially resembles that of tobacco. New York. PM 58:287. which is 7. John Wiley & Sons Inc.. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Unproven Uses: Folk medicine indications include diarrhea. Hansel R. Kern W. Aufl. 1980. Aufl. 5. Jakupovic J. Leaves. Roth L. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. Horhammer L (Hrsg. the inner surface is yellowishgray. The fruit is a 5-valved capsule. Phytopharmaka und pflanzliche Homoopathika. Daunderer M. 4. Wiss.). Jena. Wiss. The taste is bitter. Tastrup O et al. black seeds in each capsule and usually only one seed is fertile. 1992. Kormann K. Sun H. Taskinen J. Springer Verlag Heidelberg 1992. Nachdruck. Sethi OP. Suppl 713. Wagner H. Waight ES. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. mbH. (-). Morita N. The administration of larger doses can lead to nausea and vomiting. Further information in: Hausen B.. Madaus G. quinaldine. Springer Verlag Berlin. Aufl. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. ecomed Verlagsgesellsch. alternate and petiolate. 1986. (1979) Ind J Pharm Sci 42 (6):C11. In: Chem Pharm Bull 39:2046. Rationale Phytotherapie.. Aufl. Flower and Fruit: The flowers are in terminal. (1978) Rastit Resur 14 (4):579. Shimizu M. Bde. Aufl. 1969. Pflanzenallergene. Biogene Gifte . Angostura Galipea officinalis DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part is the dried bark of the tree. 4. Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients used in Food Drugs and Cosmetics. (1983) Phytochemistry 23 (2):553-555.. Phytotherapie. 1-3. pointed and 4 cm long. Verlagsges. Allergiepflanzen. The outer layer is sometimes soft and spongy. Biogene Arzneimittel. Zotikov YM et al. 1991. Wichtl M (Hrsg. 1-8. the drug also has an emetic and strong laxative effect... The bright green leaves are smooth. Essent Oil Res 3:229. Schulz R.34/ANGELICA PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S Harkar S. 2. Production: Angostura is the whole or ground bark of Galipea officinalis. Characteristics: The flowers have a strong scent. Pharmakognosie. (1975) Acta Chem Scan 29 (5):637 et (7) 757. Springer Verlag Heidelberg 1996. (1975) Food Cosmet Toxicol: 13. Harmala P. List PH. Matsuzawa T. Heidelberg. Aufl. True Angostura ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Volatile oil: chief constitents galipol. cuspareine. The 3 leaflets are oblong. In larger doses. There are 2 round. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. 5. Kaltia S. Steroids. 1991.. Shah AK. The transverse section is dark brown. Fischer-Verlag. They sometimes have white spots.. Steinegger E.. Evaluation of Angelicae radix (Touki) by inhibitory effect on platelet aggregation.

Volatile oil (2 to 6%): chief constituent trans-anethole (94%). No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. spasmolytic and estrogenic. it is cultivated mainly in southern Europe. for menstruation disturbances. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. Today. Hoppe HA. It is used both internally and externally for catarrhs of the respiratory tract. Horhammer L (Hrsg. Giftpflanzen. round. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients Used in Food Drugs and Cosmetics. orbicular-reniform. entire and coarsely dentate to lobed. Aufl. Berlin. Homeopathic Uses: Pimpinella anisum is used for shoulder pain and lumbago. Characteristics: characteristic.. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Anise Pimpinella DESCRIPTION anisum Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the essential oil from the ripe fruit and the dried fruit. isovitexin. anis aldehyde (1. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. New York.). (1975-1987) Drogenkunde. There are barely any sepals. Sensitization has been observed very rarely. Madaus G. insect repellent effect and in animal experiments it has been shown to be expectorant. Aniseed oil (main constituent trans-anethol) has an antibacterial. 1969. Nachdruck. John Wiley & Sons Inc. and have a ciliate margin. List PH. Turkey. The. 4.. colic-like pain. Leaves. but sometimes there is a single bract. mildly spasmolytic and antibacterial effect based on the essential oil. grooved and branched above. Beck V. as a digestive. The petals are white. 8. including as well chavicol methyl ether (estragole. Aufl. and the stem is erect. Central and South America. it is downy all over. Kormann K. (1971) Phytochemistry 10:3205. other caffeoyl quinic acids Flavonoids: including apigenin-7-O-glucoside. There is usually no involucre. Unproven Uses: In folk medicine. CONTRAINDICATIONS Anise is contraindicated in patients allergic to anise and anethole. The upper leaves are short-petioled to sessile with narrow sheaths.1%). Roth L. middle leaves are orbicular and 3-lobed. China. antiviral. The fruit is downy. central Asia. Anise is used internally for whooping cough. Stem and Root: The plant is an annual herb about 0. Bde 1-3.. 4. isoorientin. Bde 1-8. about 15 mm long. The root is thin and fusiform.5 m high. Bde 1-3. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: As a comminuted drug for infusions and other galenic preparations for internal use or for . 2%). Production: Anise consists of the dried fruits of Pimpinella anisum. or 3-segmented with ovate or obovate segments. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Habitat: The origin of the plant is unknown but it probably came from the Near East. Springer Verlag Berlin. luteolin-7-O-glucoside Fatty oil (30%) Proteic substances (20%) EFFECTS The drug is said to have an expectorant. Kern W. W.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS LITERATURE ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS ANISE/35 Brieskorn CH. India. Japan. Pflanzengifte. Leung AY. they are pinnatisect with narrow tips.4%) Caffeic acid derivatives: including chlorogenic acid (0. New York 1980. liver disease and tuberculosis. The lower leaves are petiolate. ovate to oblong and flattened at the sides. Flower and Fruit: The inflorescences are medium-sized umbels with about 7 to 15 scattered pubescent rays. New York. Daunderer M. Heidelberg. The taste is sweet and the odor Approved by Commission E: • • • • • • Common cold Cough/bronchitis Fevers and colds Inflammation of the mouth and pharynx Dyspeptic complaints Loss of appetite The drug is used internally for dyspeptic complaints. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. The data is empirical and there are no recent studies available. Aufl. They have small bristles on the outside and a long indented tip. flatulence. de Gruyter Verlag.

36 /ANISE PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S inhalation. Phytopharmaka und pflanzliche Homoopathika. Kubeczka KH et al. Pharmakognosie. Mueller-Limmroth W. Elicitor-Induced Formation of Coumarin Derivatives of Pimpinella anisum. Verlagsges. | Antelaea azadirachta See Neem Antennaria dioica See Cat's Foot Anthoxanthum odoratum See Sweet Vernal Grass Anthyllis vulneraria See Common Kidney Vetch Aphanes arvensis See Parsley Piert Apium graveolens See Celery . Miller JA. Wagner H. External application — inhalation of the essential oil. (1980) Fortschr Med 98 (3):95. Further information in: Hansel R. Food chem Tox 27:11-20. Stuttgart. Heidelberg. Hausen B. 5. In: PM 59(2). Hansel R. Teedrogen. Wiesenauer M. Berlin 1986. Czygan FC. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Merkel B. Springer Verlag Heidelberg 1992. Stuttgart 1997. Wiss. Springer Verlag Heidelberg 1996. Jena. (1976) Z Naturforsch 31b:283. Infusion — single dose: 0. New York. Schulz R.. 1 tablet or 10 globules every 30 to 60 minutes (acute) or 1 to 3 times daily (chronic). Reichling J. Nofal MA. Steinegger E. Attia M. ecomed Verlagsgesellsch. Kubeczka KH. Albert Puleo M. mbH. Verlagsges. Tea — Drink 1 cup mornings and/or evenings (expectorant). 1995. Herrmann K. Biogene Arzneimittel. 3 times daily. In: ZPT 13(3): 101.. Landsberg 1988. Stuttgart 1997. Truhaut R. John Wiley & Sons Inc. 1993. 1986.Pimpinella anisum. New Constituents from the Essential Oils of Pimpinella. Phytotherapie. Caldwell J. (1977) Food Cosmet Toxicol 15(3): 173. Springer Verlag Berlin. (1977) Z Lebensm Unters Forsch 164:194.5 to 1 g before meals. Bde 4-6 (Drogen). Miller EC. Anis (Anisi fructus DAB 10) . Daily Dosage: Internal average daily dose is 3 g drug (depending on the preparation). parenterally: 1 to 2 ml sc acute. Homeopathic Dosage: 5 drops. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. Keller K. Froenlich HH.). Rationale Phytotherapie. Kartnig T et ah. Nachdruck. 5. Allergiepflanzen. 1980. Rimpler H.. Fischer-Verlag. Newman J. New York. 1992. (1981) Ain Chams Univ Fac Agric Res Bull 1602: 1-10. Pflanzenallergene. Teuscher E. LITERATURE Leung AY. infants 1 teaspoon (added to the bottle). In: Brunke EJ (Ed. LeBourhis B.T87. Madaus G.. Gershbein LL. Bde 1-3. (1976) Hepatocarcinogenicity of estragole and l'-hydroxyestragole in the mouse and mutagenicity of 1-acetoxystragole in bacteria. (1989) Chronic toxicity/carcinogenicity study of trans-anethole in rats. Wichtl M (Hrsg. Aufl. 19921994. Wiss. chronic: once a day (HAB1). Hansel R. (1975) Planta Med 27:1. J Natl Cane Inst 57:1323-1331. Kunzemann J. 5. (1980) J Ethnopharmacol 2(4):337. Aufl. 1 dessertspoon per day (gastrointestinal complaints). New York. Formacek V. Schneider G (Hrsg. The purpose of an external application of an Anise preparation is the inhalation of essential oil. Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients Used in Food Drugs and Cosmetics.. 4. Aufl. Drinkwater NR. Glomot R.).. Aufl. Pilot HC.) Progress in Essential Oil Research. Walter de Gruyter & Co. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979.

. Hansel R. Springer Verlag Berlin. lactic acid Caffeic acid derivatives: including 5-caffeoyl quinic acid Aromatic substances: in particular 2-trans-hexenal.. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. pink. 1969. in some strains. Schneider G (Hrsg.5%. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. Springer Verlag Berlin. Lehrbuch der Lebensmittelchemie. and occasionally grows wild. Chemie. Aufl. 2.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS ARALIA RACEMOSA/37 I EFFECTS Apocynum cannabinum See Indian Hemp Pectin is a swelling agent. or pink on the outside and white on the inside. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: The fruit is available for oral use in the grated or chopped form. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. Biogene Gifte . 3-cis-hexenol. especially in children. Heidelberg. 3-cishexenal. Keller K. 5. The skin peel can be used in teas. New York 1992. 4. 4. LITERATURE Belitz HD. stemmed. diarrhea and digestive complaints. The source material is the apple residue with 10% to 20% pectin in the dried mass. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Apple Tree Malus domestica DESCRIPTION Unproven Uses: Finely ground fruit or preparations that contain liquid or dry pectin are used for milder forms of dyspepsia. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis.5 to 1. Heidelberg. Madaus G. Medicinal and pharmaceutical preparations of apples come in liquid and dried pectin forms. up to 2. Lindequist U. 1-8. Bde 4-6 (Drogen). usually shortly acuminate and finely crenate-serrate. Heidelberg. Nachdruck. Grosch W. Stem and Root: The plant is a 6 to 10m high tree or shrub. Giftpflanzen. the dried fruit peels.5 cm long.. including as well citric acid.2 to 1. Aufl. Bde 1-3.). Roth L. methyl butyric acid hexylester. Flower and Fruit: The flowers are umbelled racemes with only a few blossoms.5%).. List PH.. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. COMPOUNDS: IN THE FRUIT PULP Fruit acids: the chief acid is malic acid (0. beta-damascenone. Teuscher E.Biologie. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the fresh false fruit. Aufl. Bde. Boughs and branches are initially villous-haired. The carpels are fused with the false fruit. ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Production: Medicinal and pharmaceutical preparations of apples come in liquid and dried pectin forms. Aufl. Pflanzengifte. 4.). Aufl. in unripe apples quinic acid. The leaves are alternate. Pectins Tannins Vitamins: in particular ascorbic acid (3 to 30 mg/100 gm) COMPOUNDS: IN THE SEEDS Aquilegia vulgaris See Columbine Arachis hypogaea See Peanut Cyanogenic glycoside: amygdalin (0. and the inflorescences with their leaves and solid peduncles. succinic acid. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. ovate. Apple pectins have a mild binding effect. Springer Verlag Berlin. Kormann K. Rimpler H. The residue is extracted at pH 1. later becoming glabrous. white. New York. JP Habitat: The plant is cultivated in the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Horhammer L (Hrsg. Pharmakologie. Leaves. 19921994. 2-trans-hexenol. 1 -methoxy-4-(2-propenyl)benzole A. New York. Daunderer M. The petals are obovate. ethyl butyrate.5 to 3 and 60° to 100° C. Kern W. corresponding to 30 to 90 mg HCN/100 gm) Fatty oil Aralia racemosa See Spikenard .

Pharm Zentralhalle 136:728. the mouth and lips are stained red. cultivated in parts of Asia and eastern Africa. LITERATURE Pyridine alkaloids: arecoline. Characteristics: The taste is slightly acrid and astringent. spasms and eventual paralysis. OVERDOSAGE The toxic dose for humans is 8 to 10 g of the drug. It leads to increased salivation. Areca Nut was used in chewing balm for gum disease and as a vermifuge. Today. The resulting arecaidine produces euphoria. Huang JL. . The seeds are conical or nearly spherical and about 2. it is only used as a vermifuge in veterinary medicine for house pets. Flower and Fruit: The plant is an erect palm growing up to 30 m high. as well as for intestinal colic in horses. and contain a deep brown testa showing fawn marbling. Long-term use of the drug as a stimulant can result in malignant tumors of the oral cavity through formation of nitrosamines. Pinang ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Due to its arecoline content. Habitat: The plant is found in the East Indies. diarrhea and digestive problems. Central nervous system stimulation has been observed in mice. (1968) Z Tropenmed Parasit 19:254. However. also called Betel. The drug also causes cramps in the muscles of intestinal parasites and stimulates the vagus nerve. When the nuts are chewed. The ovoid drupe has a fibrous layer under the yellow shell and one-seeded stone. Therapeutic use is insignificant. Storage: Must be stored separately. tremor. guvacine Tannins: catechin type EFFECTS Aue W. as are the feces. 1989. guvacoline (ester alkaloids). A decoction of the root is used for cracked lips. the leaf of which is chewed. bronchial and intestinal glands and Hirono I. as well as arecaidine. Production: Areca or Betel Nuts are the fresh seeds of Areca catechu. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part of the plant is the nut. the female solitary and below. The male flowers are numerous and above. Atropine is given as the antidote. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Areca catechu See Areca Nut Areca Nut Areca catechu DESCRIPTION Unproven Uses: Betel Nut is no longer frequently prescribed in human medicine. reflex excitability. Other Names: Betel Nut. and the odor faint. McLeish MJ. They are very hard. The numerous feathery leaflets are 30 to 60 cm long. Chewing mouthfuls of betel leads to a saponification of the ester alkaloids and the resulting arecaidine produces euphoria. The drug acts on the parasympathetic nervous system with an effect that is more muscarinic than nicotinic. It stimulates secretion in the salivary. Fresh slices of the seed are part of the "betel titbit" used in eastern Asia. edema. Indian Medicine: The juice of young seeds is used as a laxative in Indian medicine. The flowers are on branching spadix. in high doses to bradycardia. Chewing the "nut" leads to a saponification of the ester alkaloids. oliguria. protected from light and in well-sealed containers. 1967. In veterinary medicine. the drug is used as a vermifuge for tape worms in cattle and dogs. The trunk has a girth of about 50 cm. Chinese Medicine: Uses in Chinese medicine include chronic hepatitis. the nuts are chewed as a recreational drug by an estimated 450 million people because of their intoxicating qualities. (Arecoline is converted in the central nervous system to the stimulant arecaidine through chewing. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: In the past.) That practice is being discouraged because of its link with some forms of oral cancer. Juptner H. Not to be Confused With: Piper Betel. confluent and glabrous.5 cm in diameter. J Environ Sci Health C3(2):145. 1985. J Chromatogr 475:447. the drug appears parasympathomimetic.3 8 / A R C T I U M LAPPA PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S Arctium lappa See Burdock Arctostaphylos uva-ursi See Uva-Ursi causes tremors and bradycardia.

The herb has diuretic effects. Tang W. Pflanzengifte. The flowers are small and fused. 1969.Ein Handbuch fur Apotheker. sometimes white. PUZ 15:161. Leaves. linear and have very short. Habitat: The plant is common in Europe. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Unproven Uses: Arenaria Rubra is used for conditions of the urinary tract. LITERATURE Kern W. There are 5 to 10 stamens. such as cystitis. scarious stipules. The petals are usually pink. New York. acute. Pharmakologie. The petals are inconspicuous. The sepals are almost glabrous. List PH. The leaves are narrow. There are 10 stamens and inferior.Biologie. 1969. Haug Verlag. North America and Asia. ovoid 4. VerlagsGes Stuttgart 1997. The lamina is elongate-elliptical. Toxikologen und Biologen. The leaves are opposite.. Horhammer L (Hrsg. apical panicles. subtrigonal and more or less flattened. Stem and Root: Arjun tree grows up to 30 m high. Lindequist U.45 to 0. 4. Heidelberg. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Heidelberg. Aufl.s the herb. The upper flowers of the panicles are usually only male.. Flower and Fruit: The bracts of the inflorescence are almost as large as the leaves. 4. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: The herb is used internally as a liquid extract. lanceolate. 5 to 22 cm long. The capsule is 4 to 5 mm and about equal in size to the sepals. diffuse. Nachdruck. The seeds are 0. Daunderer M. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. Aufl. Roth L. Chemie. Arenaria Rubra Spergularia DESCRIPTION Arisaema atrorubens See Jack-in-the-Pulpit rubra Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part i. Giftpflanzen. silver. F. Ober Areca catechu. Further information in: Frohne D. Wiss. Gifte und Vergittungen. List PH. In: Monographic Stuttgart.). which have 2 glands at the upper end. Russia.. Aufl. singlechambered. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. 1986. From beneath. Aufl. blunt or Common Sandspurry. Kormann K. dysuria and urinary calculus. Giftpflanzen . it produces numerous. Schneider E. which is smooth and somewhat sticky. Flower and Fruit: The flowers are arranged in upright. their structures are in fours or fives. 12 to 30 cm long and coriaceous with approximately 6-mm long petioles. Kern W. Lewin L. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Stem and Root: The plant is annual to perennial with a slender to somewhat woody taproot.). 4. Chinese Drugs of Plant Origin. 1889. Leaves. ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY Triterpene saponins Resins . Aufl. Enke. Production: Arenaria Rubra is the aerial part of Spergularia rubra. Bde 1-8: Springer Verlag Berlin. 2. Horhammer L (Hrsg. Chavica Betle und das Betelkauen. 6. Springer Verlag Berlin. Teuscher E. Pfiinder HJ.. decumbent or procumbent stems. narrow wings. the calyx tube has 4 to 5 short.. dark brown. Eisenbrand G. glabrous. Aufl.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS ARJUN T R E E / 3 9 EFFECTS Lewin L. 4. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. triangular lobes.to 5-sided drupe with 5 thick. The sepals and petals are 3 to 4 mm. brownish or reddish pubescent ovary. unwinged. Biogene Gifte .55 mm. The fruit is an over 2-cm long. New York. Springer Verlag Heidelberg 1992. Other Names: Sandwort COMPOUNDS Aristolochia clematitis See Birthwort Arjun Tree Terminalia arjuna DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts of the tree are the bark and fruit. Bde. The style is long and projects above the bud.. 1-8. Sabline Rouge. Australia. Heidelberg 1992.

Behl HM. Other Names: White Murda ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY available. Tackett LP. 53:491-4. Tackett LP. Tackett LP. Indian J Physiol Pharmacol. one study carried out with a daily dose of 3. Indian Heart J. Andrologia. 1990 Sep-Oct. Bde 4 . 53:165-9.) Wight & Arnot. 1997 SepOct. Schmidt JM. however. hyperhydrosis. Singh N. asthma. 1998 Apr. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Indian Medicine: Arjun tree is used for fractures. Schmidt JM. Mathur R.. Pettit GR. cardiopathy. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS No health hazards are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. 1997 May. Various extracts caused lowered blood pressure. Chapuis JC. Arjunatvagadi — An aqueous decoction. Schmidt JM. The cancer cell growth inhibitory. Biochemical contents. Maulik SK. Grover IS. The trunk is grooved with a thick bark. anemia. Constituents of Terminalia arjuna (Combretaceae). 49:191-9. On the ethnomedical significance of die Arjun tree. Shanker K. Role of Lipistat in protection against isoproterenol induced myocardial necrosis in rats: a biochemical and histopathological study. Heidelberg. 49:507-10. Schneider G (Ed). Chapuis JC. oleanolic acid Flavonoids: including arjunolon. Indian J Exp Biol. Katiyar CK. leucorrhea. Salutary effect of Terminalia Arjuna in patients with severe refractory heart failure. 1997 Feb. Pettit RK. The substance is said to be sedative and potentiates the activity of barbiturates. J Ethnopharmacol. Maulik M. COMPOUNDS Tannins: gallotannins. Hansel R. J Ethnopharmacol. Preparation: The following basic forms are used in Indian medicine in many compound preparations. J Ethnopharmacol. Phytcchemistry. baicalein EFFECTS Clinical experiments with the bark powder have demonstrated efficacy against congestive cardiac insufficiency and hypertonia. Dwivedi S. Spasmolytic and hemostyptic qualities have also been described. Hoard MS. bronchitis. Int J Cardiol. Kohli RP. Pettit RK. The base is narrow or cordate and has a finely crenate margin. Keller K. Nassar MI. Seth SD. Pardhadyaristam — An aqueous decoction with grapes and final fermentation. Hypocholesterolaemic effects of Terminalia arjuna tree bark. 1987 Jul. Arjunatvak — The powdered drug. 53:57-63. 53:102-4. Doubek DL. Agarwal S. Int J Food Sci Nutt. 1997 May. ulcers. including beta-sitosterol Triterpenes: arjunolic acid and its glucosides.4 0 / A R J U N TREE PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES with a short tip. LITERATURE Bharani A. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: Powdered drug and liquid preparations for internal use. Habitat: India Production: Arjun Tree bark is the dried trunk bark of Terminalia arjuna. Daily Dosage: Since the Indian medicine is dosed according to the individual patient. Kandil FE. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. heated and filtered. states of exhaustion. Antimutagenic potential of ellagic acid isolated from Terminalia arjuna. Planta Med. Sinha JN. Prakash D. liver cirrhosis and high blood pressure. 53:173-90. Jauhari R. Pettit RK. ellagitannins Steroids: sterols. Pettit GR.6 (Drogen). Terminalia arjuna (Roxb. Hoard MS. 53:1567-8. bradycardia and positively inotropic effects in animal experiments. tumors. Srivastava N. Hoard MS. their variation and changes in free amino acids during seed germination in Terminalia arjuna. 42:104-6. 1995 May. there is no exact information Armoracia rusticana See Horseradish . Mechanism of cardiovascular action of Terminalia arjuna. It is collected in wild areas. Arjunaghrtam — A paste of the powdered drug with purified butter. 5. discharge of the urethra. A tannin anti-cancer promoter from Terminalia arjuna. 53:478-82. diabetes. Doubek DL. Doubek DL. Antineoplastic agents 338. Pettit GR. internal and external hemorrhaging. bark in albino rats. Ganguly A. Aufl. There was.88 gm powdered drug. 1982 Jun. Singh SP. Kaur S. Chauhan S. Chapuis JC. Kapur KK. 53:2159. Vasal assault due to Terminalia arjuna W. Bhargava KD. dysentery. Springer Verlag Berlin. Kumar S. 1998 Jan. Beneficial effects of Terminalia arjuna in coronary artery disease. New York. 19921994. Rimpler H. & A. 1996 Aug.

entire-margined or somewhat dentate. Flower and Fruit: The terminal composite flower is found in the leaf axils of the upper pair of leaves. furunculosis.and 11. the drug is used for myocarditis. free fatty acids Polyynes: including tri-dec-l-en-penta-3. 3-sectioned and sympodial. They are in 2 to 3 crossed opposite pairs and are obovate and entire-margined with 5 protruding vertical ribs. The sesquiterpenes (helenalin) in the drug have an antimicrobial effect in vitro and an antiphlogistic effect in animal tests. The flower should be dried quickly at 45° to 50°C. as well as rheumatic muscle and joint problems. which are ovate to lanceolate. methylacrylic acid. cardiac insufficiency. Other Names: Arnica Flowers. The flavonoid bonds. Not to be Confused With: Other yellow-flowering Asteracea. Production: Arnica flower consists of the fresh or dried inflorescence of Arnica montana or Arnica chamissonis. the leaves collected before flowering and dried. In addition. External application of very . but occasionally light yellow. isovaleric acid or tiglic acid Volatile oil: with thymol. thymol esters. The brownish rhizome is 0.5. the taste is bitter and irritating. the roots. angina pectoris. which are tubular.5 cm thick by 10 cm long. The glandular-haired stem has 2 to 6 smaller leaves.e. Arnica preparations also show analgesic and antiseptic activity. arteriosclerosis. and the dried rhizome and roots. contusions. can nevertheless lead to sensitization. contusions and for hair loss due to psychological causes. In Russian folk medicine. uterine tonic and cardiovascular effect (increase of contraction amplitude with simultaneous increase in frequency. 2. Frequent administration. positive inotropic effect) was demonstrated.7. usually unbranched. It is also found in southern Russia and central Asia.methyl-butyric acid.9 11-in Hydroxycumarines General: The risks connected with the external.5dicaffeoyl quinic acid Flavonoids: numerous flavone and flavonol glycosides and their aglycones EFFECTS Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts of Arnica are the ethereal oil of the flowers. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Sesquiterpene lactones of the pseudo-guaianolid-type: particularly esters of the helenalin. Leaves. Allergy-related skin rashes with itching. among odier things. While some uses are plausible. The rhizome may also be 3-headed with many yellow-brown secondary roots. sprains. Characteristics: The flower heads are aromatic. inflammation caused by insect bites and phlebitis. 1. The receptacle and epicalyx are hairy. due to the sesquiterpene lactone componant. In cases of inflammation. A respiratory-analeptic. Other applications are inflammation of the oral and throat region. Wolfsbane ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Arnica preparations have an antiphlogistic. there are about 100 disc flowers. chrysanthemums. are usually egg yolk-yellow to orangeyellow. blister formation. Leaves are in basal rosettes. hematoma. essential oils and polyynes may also be involved. i. Habitat: Arnica is found in Europe from Scandinavia to southern Europe. Furthermore. They have a diameter of 6 to 8 cm. as well as with contacts with the plant. Arnica Root. isobutyric acid. The 10 to 20 female ray flowers are lingui-form. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Approved by Commission E: • • • • • • • • Fever and colds Inflammation of the skin Cough/bronchitis Inflammation of the mouth and pharynx Rheumatism Common cold Blunt injuries Tendency to infection Unproven Uses: External folk medicine uses include consequences of injury such as traumatic edema. ulcers and superficial necroses can result from repeated contact with. Leopard's Bane. cosmetics containing Arnica flowers or other composites (for example tansy. Stem and Root: Arnica is a herbaceous plant growing 20 to 50 cm high. analgesic and antiseptic effect when applied topically. sunflowers). the drug is used to treat uterine hemorrhaging. the dried flowers. Mountain Tobacco. appropriate administration of therapeutic dosages of the drug are minimal. most are unproven. exhaustion.13-dihydrohelenalins with short-chained fatty acids such as acetic acid. The 5-ribbed fruit is black-brown and has a bristly tuft of hair.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS ARNICA/41 Arnica Arnica montana DESCRIPTION Cajfeic acid derivatives: including chlorogenic acid. in particular of the undiluted tincture.

(1984) Planta Med 50 (1):35. Bde 1-3. Lyss G. Heidelberg. Willuhn G. 1997. tinctures. Woerdenbag HJ et al. (1984) Planta Med 50 (1):107. In: DAZ 131(38):1949. Aufl. Structure-cytotoxicity relationship of some helenanolide-type sesquiterpene lactones.. Landsberg 1988. (1967) Scand J Haematol Suppl 2. Keller K. Schmidt TJ.. In: DAZ 135(21): 1939-1942. 19921994.. In: ZPT 9(49): 105. OVERDOSAGE Merfort I. Drug Interactions: The coumarin componant may theoretically interact with warfarin. 1988.. mbH. Toxikologen und Biologen. Wiss. Arnikabliiten nur aufterlich. Zenk MH. Preparation: Arnica tincture (3x to lOx dilutions with water) is used to prepare a poultice. internal administration of the drug is strongly discouraged. 1992. 111:1141-5. Further information in: Frohne D. Schmidt TJ. 6. and tinctures. 378:951-61. GSN et al. Heidelberg 1992. 1995. Wagner H. die drug should be tightly sealed and protected from light. . EinfluP von Arnika-Extrakt und Helenalin auf die Funktion menschlicher Blutplattchen. Willuhn G et al. oils and plasters. Phytotherapeutika . IH et al. ointments.. Mouthwashes are prepared as a tincture in lOx dilution. 1993. Postpartum homeopadiic Arnica montana: a potency-finding pilot study.. In-vitro and in-vivo studies on the stimulation of phagocytosis. Lyss G. Rom L. Leven W. Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients Used in Food Drugs and Cosmetics. Allergiepflanzen. A tincture is prepared using 1 part Arnica flowers and 10 parts ethanol 70% v/v (according to DAB 10). Aufl. LITERATURE Anonym. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. Kormann K. Leven W. Leung AY. 1991.Ein Handbuch fur Apotheker.. Pflanzenallergene. Giftpflanzen . (1975) Phytochemistry 14:1659. Daunderer M. Willuhn G. 1988. Pfander HJ. Merfort I. Reuter HD. Biol Chem. Phytochemistry. In: ZPT 9(1):26. Halub M et al. Daily Dose: Tincture for cataplasm: tincture in 3x to lOx dilution. Lewin L. Thesen R. Gifte und Vergiftungen. Brandt L. Hausen B. | 4. 1997. Hansel R. Giftpflanzen. Aufl. Storage: When stored. New York 1980. Arzneimittelforschung. Madaus G. Qualitat von Arnikazubereitungen.42/ARNICA PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S high concentrations can also result in primary blister formation and necroses. resulting in an additive anticoagulant effect. Ointments should contain a maximum of 15% Arnica oil. mucous membrane hemorrhage) and a brief stimulation of cardiac activity followed by cardiac muscle palsy. VerlagsGes Stuttgart 1997. Merfort I. 1994. diarrhea. Cytotoxicity of flavonoids and sesquiterpene lactones from Arnica species. characterized by severe mucous membrane irritation (vomiting. J Oral Maxillofacial Surg 22:42. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: Arnica is used in the form of the whole herb. Sesquiterpen lactones and inositol esters from Arnica angustifolia. Pahl HL.). Hormann HP. Brock FE. Rimpler H. cut herb or herb powder for infusions. Luley C. In: JNP 60(3):252-257.. Pahl HL. In: DAZ 134(42):4077. 1997. How Supplied: Commercial pharmaceutical preparations include gels. extracts. Pahl HL. (1979) J Pharm Sci 68:537. oil and poultice for external application. (1995) Allergic acute contact dermatitis due to Arnica tincture self-medication. Pflanzengifte. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Immunologic studies of plant combination preparations. Bde 4-6 (Drogen): Springer Verlag Berlin. Kortin HC. Untersuchung zur qualitativen und quantitativen Variabilitat des Sesquiterepnelactongehaltes der offizinellen Arzneidroge. Arnica oil is an extract of 1 part herb and 5 parts slightly warmed fatty oil. 378:951-61. Beekman AC et al. In: PM 61(6):544-550. Weil D. Aufl. <flh ™ Overdoses taken internally can lead to poisonings. Arnica montana bei Venenleiden. In: PM 59(7)81. Nachdruck.. Merfort I. Hall. (1985) Planta Med 51 (2): 136. 4. 1991. Nachdruck. For mouth rinses: tincture in lOx dilution.nicht immer harmlos. 1991. Merfort I. 5.. Schmidt Th J et al. Ointments are made up with up to 15% Arnica oil or with 10 to 25% tinctures in a neutral ointment base. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. ecomed Verlagsgesellsch. Helenalin an antiinflammatory sesquiterpene lactone from Arnica selectively inhibits transcription factor NF-kappaB. Schmidt TJ. 378:1072-6. New York. Arnikabliiten DAB 10. Lyss G.. Br J Clin Pract. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. Haug Verlag. Immunologically active polysaccharides of Arnica montana cell cultures. Schneider G (Hrsg. For mat reason.. In: ZPT 12(5): 141. Kaziro. John Wiley & Sons Inc. gel. Puhlmann J. 1995. Phytomedicine 4:315-317. (1984) Br.

Stinking Goosefoot. Willuhn G... Till U. Stuttgart 1997. Thromb Res. Daunderer M. swollen. The stamens are in 2 circles. Springer Veriag Heidelberg 1992. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages.. The seeds are black and glossy. The ovary is inferior and 3-sectioned. Hansel R. Netchweed. branched and cane-like stems.). Flower and Fruit: The flowers are small. a sturdy. The stems are branched from low down. fusiform. Lindequist U. Kormann K. The fruit is enclosed by the involucre. Borchgrevink CF. Leaves. A double-blind randomized trial during the Oslo Marathon 1990. 57:839-45. 2. Jena. Hansel R. Stuttgart. di. Arnica montana See Arnica LITERATURE Roth L. * Other Names: Stinking Arrach. The tuber is thickly covered with whitish. Chemie.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS ARROWROOT/43 Schroeder H. inhibit human platelet function via thiol-dependent pathways. Dog's Arrach. Strobach H. Wagner H. The leaves are broad. The offensive smell often precludes continued use. New York 1995. Wiesenauer M. Teedrogen. Pharmakognosie. rhomboid. Goosefoot. Oraches ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Mono-. Steinegger E. Verlagsges. Aufl. lightly pubes- . 4. 5. They have 3 green. along with the usual root. Stem and Root: The plant is a herbaceous perennial.Biologie. Stinking Motherwort. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Unproven Uses: Arrach is used internally and externally to relieve cramps and as an emmenagogue. Teuscher E. Phytopharmaka und pflanzliche Homoopathika. Wiss. tubular-fused corolla with 1 hanging and two erect tips. Springer Veriag Heidelberg 1996. Biogene Gifte . Stem and Root: The plant is 15 to 40 cm high. 1991. the first consists of 2 petal-like staminoids. yellow-green and inconspicuous. Aufl. Dec 10. 111:3630-1. The whole plant is floury-dusty. Aufl. The rhizome produces. Characteristics: Arrach has a distinctive unpleasant smell of musty herring brine. scaly stipules. Teuscher E. They grow in clusters in leafless. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. flowering plant has medicinal properties. Biogene Arzneimittel. lanceolate sepals and a white. Loesche W. 5. northern Africa and the Caucacus Production: Arrach is the complete flowering plant of Chenopodium vulvaria. Leaves. up to 8 cm thick and 35 cm long tuber. compact spikes at the tip of the stem. Fischer-Veriag. Pharmakologie. 3. Schroer K. Bruseth S. Habitat: Europe. Giftpflanzen. Only 1 carpel is developed. L hne K Effect of Arnica D 30 during hard physical exertion. Helenalin and 11 alpha 13-dihydrohelenalin two constituents from Arnica montana L. There is 1 thickened stamen partly developed like a petal. Aufl. Fischer Veriag Stuttgart 1994. Rationale Phytotherapie.. ^Hf Schulz R. Phytotherapie. Wichtl M (Hrsg. Pflanzengifte. entire-margined and petiolate. 4. Leven W. Goat's Arrach. Arrach Chenopodium vulvaria DESCRIPTION Arrowroot Maranta arundinacea DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The whole fresh. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: Arrach is used externally and as an extract. 1990.. Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the starch from the rhizome tubers and the dried rhizome.5 cm long and pedicled.and trimethylamine : only in the fresh plant due to their volatility Betaine Tannins EFFECTS No substantiated information is available. Verlagsges. light green. reed-like. Flower and Fruit: The flowers are in pairs. The leaves are obovate. the second of 1 hood-like. Tveiten D. 1 to 2 m high with thin. The fruit is 1valved and has 1 seed. Wiss. Aufl. Stuttgart 1997. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen.

using water in a process of elutriation. Bde 4-6 (Drogen). Indian Medicine: Arrowroot is used in dysentery. 5. the lower surface is gray and tomentose. it is used in acute diarrhea. .. Artichoke leaf consists of the fresh or dried basal leaves of Cynara scolymus. diarrhea. Flower and Fruit: Globose. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction witfi the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Leaves. Habitat: The plant is indigenous to Central America and is found today in all tropical regions around the world. coughs and as a particularly nourishing food for children. prickly pinnate to double pinnate leaves. The epicalyx is ovate to globose. peeled and macerated. The petals are blue. dyspepsia. They have long sheaths and up to 13 cm long and 6 cm ovate-lanceolate leaf blades. wheat. Other Names: Maranta ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Artemisia absinthium See Wormwood Artemisia cina See Wormseed Artemisia dracunculus See French Tarragon Artemisia vulgaris See Mugwort Starch (25-27%. lilac or white. a reduction in the increase of the cholesterin levels in the aorta and heart muscle was reported. or rice starch. Storage: Arrowroot should be stored in tightly sealed containers. In humans. EFFECTS Animal tests: In rats that received a Marantae-rich diet. The fruit is a pubescent achaene 4 to 5 mm in diameter and 7 to 8 mm long. Other Names: Garden Artichoke. New York. 19921994. Rimpler H. glabrous stalk. and the starch is then extracted. The effect was put down to an increased elimination of bile acids. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: The powder is boiled with water. The upper surface is bare and light green. Habitat: The plant is found in the Mediterranean region. Keller K. The resulting starch mass is purified by repeated sieving and dried in the sun. The rhizome is washed. thorny capitual of lingual florets grows at the end of the stem. Globe Artichoke Unproven Uses: Arrowroot is used as a nutritive (nutritional food stuff) for infants and convalescents. maize. and also for diarrhea. a dietary aid in gastrointestinal disorders. the Canary Islands and South America. Stem and Root: Cynara scolymus is a perennial plant with a short rhizome and a strong. The stalk is up to 2 m high. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Artichoke Cynara scolymus DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the dried whole or cut basal leaves and the dried or fresh herb from the artichoke. In folk medicine.44/ARROWROOT PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S cent and short-petioled. These are often used as substitutes. Heidelberg. Springer Verlag Berlin. maranta starch. It is flecked brown and glossy. LITERATURE Hansel R. It is cultivated elsewhere. Artichoke is cultivated and dried with extreme care. with respect to the fresh bulbs): as Marantae amylum. erect. bronchitis. such as potato. Not to be Confused With: Cheaper starches. thickly covered in lanceolate. the drug is a demulcent and soothing agent. Aufl. medicinal arrowroot Other constituent elements are not known. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. especially in pediatrics.). Schneider G (Hrsg. Production: Arrowroot is the rhizome of Maranta arundinacea. the chronically ill and convalescents. The drug itself is a white powder extracted from the rhizome. The bracts are fleshy and taper into a flattened greenish or purple tip. Production: Artichoke root is the dried root of Cynara scolymus.

Effect of artichoke (Synara scolymus) on some aspects of nitrogen metabolism in animals. Racz G. 1995. arnica Pyrethrum). Artischockenblatterextrakt: Prevention der Arteriosklerose?. Laguna JC. Probl Khig. 53:162-71. EFFECTS: ARTICHOKE LEAF AND ROOT Adzet T. Schilcher H. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS ARTICHOKE LEAF AND ROOT Health risks or side effects following the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages are not recorded. hydroxy cinnamic acid and flavonoids.Die Artischocke. . grossheimin. Storage: Artichoke should be protected from light and insects in well-sealed containers. Maros T. Trinczek-Gartner H. Zeitschrift fur AUgem Med.) Farm Zh. pressed juice of fresh plant and other galenical preparations for internal use. In: DAZ 135(8):680-682. Rettegi C. In: ZPT 16(1): 13-20. Hepatoprotective activity of polyphenol^ compounds from Cynara scolymus against CC14 toxicity in isolated rat hepatocytes. including chlorogenic acid sesquiterpene lactones. single dose is 500 mg of dry extract. Sokolova VE. The cholesterol levels were reduced in the rats. 1987 Jul-Aug The main active principles are sesquiterpenes (amaroids). Quantitative analysis of cynarin in the leaves of the artichoke (Cynara scolymus L. There are cross-reactions with other composites (including chrysanthemes. are not contained in the rhizome. In: DAZ 136(17): 1405-1414. Farmakol Toksikol. Further information in: Adzet T. Zaikov Kh. it should not be administered if there is a bile duct blockage. The plant possesses a medium potential for sensitization through skin contact. Colic can occur where the patient suffers from gallstones. Pharmazeutische Aspekte pflanzlicher Gallentherapeutika. J Chromatogr 348:447-453. 1970 May-Jun Wasielewski S. Artischockenblatterextrakt Aktuelle Erkenntnis zur Wirkung als Lipidsenker und Antidyspeptikum. J Nat Prod. Brand N. 77-89. Antidyspetische und lipidsenkende Wirkung von Artischockenblatterextrakt. INDICATIONS AND USAGE ARTICHOKE LEAF Approved by Commission E: • Liver and gallbladder complaints • Loss of appetite ARTICHOKE LEAF AND ROOT Unproven Uses: Artichoke is used for dyspeptic problems and also for prophylactic treatment against the return of gallstones. 1995 Kirchhoff R. 1989 Khalkova Zh. Petrowicz O. Reimann HJ (1994) Increase in choleresis by means of artichoke extract. Hints M. Fintelmann V. An experimental study of the effect of an artichoke preparation on the activity of the sympathetic-adrenal system in carbon disulfide exposure. cynarin 4£ Flavonoids (0. In: ZPT 11 (5): 169. neochlorogenic acid. Daily Dosage: The average daily dose is 6 gm of drug. Pflanzliche Gallentherapeutika (Teil I) und (Teil II). LITERATURE Caffeic acid derivatives. Vangelova K. Phytomedicine 1:107-115. 1990. Schmidt M. Liubartseva LA.5%): in particular rutin Sesquiterpene lactones (0 to 4%): cynaropicrin. hepatotoxic and lipid-reducing effect. Fintelmann V. dehydrocynaropicrin. Ann Pharm Fr. 1965 Meding B. Hinou J. In: DAZ 137(24):2065-2067. Menken HG. Kovacs VV. Artichoke is also used for digestion complaints and as a tonic in convalescence. Polyphenols substances of Cynara scolymus L. 18:56-9. Beckers CH. 1985. In folk medicine. leaves. 18:314. A choleretic effect has been observed in rats (effect of the cinnamic acid). Allergic reactions occur in particular when there is frequent on-the-job contact with artichokes. 1983 Jul Reuter HD. Harvala C. cynaratriol COMPOUNDS: ARTICHOKE ROOT Mode of Administration: Dried. 1996. Phytotherapie: Pflanzliche Gallenwegstherapeutika. Contact Dermatitis. Vasilchenkoo EA. In: ZPT 16(4):211-222. 1995. In: ZPT 17(5) Beilage ZFA. cryptochlorogenic acid. Allergic contact dermatitis from artichoke Cynara scolymus. 1995. Cynara scolymus L. 50:612-7. Puigmacia M. a hepatostimulating and bitter effect on the gastrointestinal tract has also been documented. The drug has a cholagogic. Kirchhoff GM. 1996.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS ' ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY DOSAGE ARTICHOKE/45 COMPOUNDS: ARTICHOKE LEAF ARTICHOKE LEAF Caffeic acid derivatives: chlorogenic acid. Camarasa J. 1997. 53:340-3. CONTRAINDICATIONS ARTICHOKE LEAF AND ROOT Because of the stimulating effect of the drug upon the biliary tract. . comminuted drug. 47:95-8. Philianos S. Seres-Sturm L.

They are surrounded by a bulbous spath and therefore are not visible. mbH. Effect of Cynara scolymus-extracts on the regeneration of rat liver. bassorin and starch contained in the drug have a strong irritant and swelling effect on the mucous membranes. glossy. Schneider G (Hrsg. 5. Wake Robin ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Mucilages: Starch Lectins EFFECTS glucomannane The glucomannans. Caution is advised even though the level of cyanogenic glycosides is too low to be able to bring about signs of poisoning and other soluble poisonous substances have not been shown to be present.) Ann Pharm Fr. Teuscher E. Hansel R. Springer Verlag Berlin. Characteristics: Arum maculatum bears attractive scarlet berries that yield an acrid juice that is poisonous and can be fatal if ingested by small children. Teuscher E. Keller K. Jena. Pflanzenallergene. Springer Verlag Heidelberg 1996. Biogene Arzneimittel. Bde 4-6 (Drogen). Cuckoo Pint. Landsberg 1988. Under the bristles are the male flowers. Traditional medicine in health care. Zaikov Kh. 1995 Maros T. presumably due to lesions of the membrane from the very sharp-edged oxalate needles and the introduction of impurities into the wounds. Allergiepflanzen. Lords and Ladies. Rimpler H. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Rettegi C. 144:279-86. The whole The intake of plant parts leads to severe mucous membrane irritations (swelling of the tongue. Goncalves LC. Lindequist U. Pharmacological screening of plants recommended by folk medicine as anti-snake venom. and under these are the female flowers. Leaves. Heidelberg. Springer Verlag Heidelberg 1992.S. Kovacs VV. Wiesenauer M. Pereira EF. Ladysmock.. New York 1995. Pharmakognosie. Mem inst uswaiao cruz. Hints M. 18:884-6. 2. Flower and Fruit: The flowers are pale yellowish-green.Biologie. 5. Gaglee. iyyi Schulz R. bloody diarrhea). Hints M. The spath doubles the length of the spadix. bloody vomiting. Hausen B. Zaikov Kh. Wiss. Portland Arrowroot. Racz G. Pharmakologie. Rettegi C.. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. Wagner H. . 18:419-27. Seres-Sturm L. Racz G. to Britain and the U. 5. Cocky Baby. ovoid and flouryfleshy. 1977 Feb Khalkova Zh. It is long-stemmed. DOSAGE No dosage information is available. On the determination of o-dihydrophenols of caffeic acid type present in artichoke leaves (Cynara scolymus L.) against hydroperoxide-induced oxidative stress in cultured rat hepatocytes. Seres-Sturm L. Steinegger E. Rationale Phytotherapie. Aufl. 1965 Jun Ruppelt BM. Kings and Queens. structure forms a typical insect trap. A violet or brown-red spadix emerges from the bract with 2 circles of bristles underneath. Khalkova Zh. Aufl. Other Names: Adder's Root. 1997 Jun Hansel R. Analgesic and anti-inflammatory activities. Friar's Cowl. The petiole is spread to a sheath at the base. 53:249-53. The fruit is a scarlet berry. Stuttgart. Phytotherapie. ecomed Verlagsgesellsch. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Arum Arum maculatum DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part is the root of the plant. Parson and Clerk. J Ethnopharmacol. Biogene Gifte . Stem and Root: Arum maculatum is a 30 to 60 cm spit.to arrow-shaped plant. Decoctions of the roots in therapeutic dosages can be taken without risk. New York. Cypress Powder. Pereira NA. Arzneimittelforschung. Fischer-Verlag.. The diaphoretic and expectorant effect attributed to the drug may be due to the strong actions of these constituents. Quaker.4 6 /ARTICHOKE PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S Gebhardt R. Hansel R. Bobbins. Dragon Root. Vangelova K.). Verlagsges. Aufl. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. 19921994. varying in size between that of a hazelnut and a pigeon's egg. Antioxidative and protective properties of extracts from leaves of the artichoke (Cynara scolymus L. The root-stock is tuberous.. 1968 Jul Maros T. Vangelova K. Kovacs VV. Phytopharmaka und pflanzliche Homoopathika. Inefficiency of cynarin as therapeutic regimen in familial type II hyperlipoproteinaemia. Habitat: The plant is indigenous to parts of Europe. Aufl. DJ:ZU^O. Ramp. Chemie. 53:19-22. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Unproven Uses: Arum is used for colds and inflammation of the throat. often brown-speckled and basal. Production: Arum root is the fresh rhizome of Arum maculatum collected before removing the leaves. mbH Stuttgart 1997. Atherosclerosis.

Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. 4. Eksp Med Morfol. (woven arrowroot). Schweiz Med Wochenschr. Guirguis-Oeschger M. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. Biogene Gifte . Vet Rec 89:569. Chaboud A. Stem and Root: The plant is a herbaceous monoecious perennial. Aufl. Ribarova F. 1.. Heidelberg 1992. VerlagsGes Stuttgart 1997. Gifte und Vergiftungen. (1984) Farmatsiya 34(3):1. reddish-brown with distinct oil marks. Giftpflanzen . Production: Asa foetida is the gum resin of Ferula foetida.. 1975. Arum maculatum See Arum Indian Medicine: In India.Biologie. Steinegger E. Chinese Medicine: In China. constipation. Moore THS. thin. Nachdruck. Stamenova M. Theus L. 2. 6. 60:1085-98. its sedative effect is uncertain. The composition and structure of isolectihs from Arum maculatum. Flower and Fruit: The flowers appear after 5 years in yellow umbels on a 10 cm thick naked stem. Triglochinin in Arum maculatum.glycosylflavonews dans les tiges feuillees d'Arum dracunculus. Mladenov IV. Gossweiler B. Proliac A. Pharmakologie. Stanislavov R.. HMSO (1984) UK. Toxikologen und Biologen. Teuscher E. Serious plant poisonings in Switzerland 19661994. In: PA:47:646-647. C and bassorin-like mucilage Sesquiterpenoide coumarins: including asafoetida EFFECTS Asa foetida has a mild intestinal disinfectant effect. Bulanov I. 1979. 1990. Gateva I. flaky. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. The fruit is ovate. 1-3. fleshy rhizome. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Unproven Uses: The drug is used for chronic gastritis. Food of the Gods. Bde. Madaus G. Daunderer M. Case analysis from the Swiss Toxicology Information Center. whooping cough. Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food (Ed) Poisonous Plants in Britain and Their Effects on Animals and Man. Leaves. Poisonous Plants in Britain and Their Effects on Animals and Man. 1990. 19%. Jaspersen-Schib R. Asa foetida is used to treat asthma. Isolement et identification de trois C. flatulence. Further information in: Allen AK. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. Arundinaria japonica See Bamboo Asa Foetida Ferula foetida DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part is the oily gum-resin extracted from the plant. The leaves are large.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS LITERATURE ASA F O E T I D A / 4 7 Akhtardziev K et aL.Ein Handbuch fur Apotheker. (1982) C R Acad Bulg Sci 35(8): 116. Eksp Med Morfol. Characteristics: The fruit has milky juice and a strong smell. Lindequist U. UK 1984 Roth L. . Gum Asafoetida ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Volatile oil: disulphide chief constituent is sec-propenyl-isobutyl Gum resin: consisting mainly of ferulic acid esters. Habitat: Afghanistan and eastern Iran. Bulanov I. 317 ( Pt l):129-32. 4. the drug is used for infestation with intestinal parasites. farnesiferol A. Components of Arum maculatum L. Biochim Biophys Acta. 1992. Raynaud J. 317 ( Pt l):42-5. Chemie. Nachdirck. In animal experiments it has antitumoural and mild mutagenic effect on Salmonella typhimurium. Frohne D. Mladenov I. which is 14 cm thick at the crown. Kormann K. Haug Verlag. Koch H. Purification and characterization of an Nacetyllactosamine-specific lectin from tubers of Arum maculatum. Boianovska V. pale greenish-yellow to white. diseases of die liver and spleen and for epilepsy. Nahrstedt A. HMSO. The effect of lectins on human spermatozoa in the capillary sperm penetration test. Other Names: Devil's Dung. In: PH 14(12): 1870-1871. Ministry of Agriculture. 29:36-9. Wiss. Aufl. Aufl. In: Pharm Acta Helv 54(2):33-36. Pflanzengifte. Fisheries and Food. flat. They are numerous. bipinnate. Pfander HJ. and radical. Giftpflanzen. 1971. Lewin L. dyspepsia and irritable colon. 1995. B..5 to 2 m high with a large. Mladenov I. Meier-Abt PJ. Aufl. Pub.

acrid. Haug Verlag. (1984) Phytochemistry 23(4):899. Public House Plant. the leaves and flowers have an unpleasant camphor smell. which is gathered in August and air-dried in the shade. which contain a fetid juice. persistent. The final product has a pungent. superficial relaxant and local anesthetic. broad. short and not hollow.). pale and matte beneath. Snakeroot. New York. Characteristics: The rhizome has a pepper-like smell. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS General: No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. slightly hanging flower. Asarum Asarum europaeum DESCRIPTION Volatile oil: composition depends upon breed but possible constituents include asarone trans-isoasarone. Homeopathic Dosage: D3 and D4 dilutions. Konr. Lewin L. It has an ascending short-scaled stem. Bde 1-3. The perigone forms a campanulate tube with a 3 to 4 lobed margin. 4. flatulence and loose stools.. List PH. Heidelberg. central and east-central Europe as far as the Crimea and eastward into western Siberia as well as an enclave in the Atai. Kern W. -alcohols. Coltsfoot. Fole's Foot. They are entire-margined. Swelling of the genital organs has been observed following external administration on the abdomen. Roth L. Madaus G. Wild Ginger. 1969. It has a thin. (1985) Phytochemistry 24(4):869. but is cultivated in the U. There are 2 groups of 6 stamens on the ovaries. Valeriana officinalis and Viola ordorata. Gifte und Vergiftungen.. which are fused with the Asarum acts as an expectorant. Horhammer L (Hrsg. False Coltsfoot. Production: Asarum root is the root of Asarum europaeum.ann K. In each capsule there are numerous boat-shaped seeds with a spongy appendage. deeply reticulate and evergreen. However. Nachdruck. Asarum is cultivated in the U. Preparation: Gum-resin is obtained by incising the roots. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. the leaves have been used to a lesser extent. the stigma is 6-rayed. in sticky lumps. bronchial spasmolytic.. indehiscent capsule divided into many chambers by false membranes. Flower and Fruit: The end of the stem forms a shortpedicled. sometimes with a pinkish tint.. oxalate filament agglomerations and the absence of starch. Aufl. 4. brownish-green stipules.. The style is thick. Aufl. There are 2 to 4 long-petioled. LITERATURE Buddrus J et al. Pflanzengifte. coriaceous. This solidifies to a brown resin. Wild Nard ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Mode of Administration: The drug is available as an extract. Daily Dosage: Tincture: 20 drops as a single dose. Genum urbanum. The mistaken powder can be identified by the presence of fibers. almost opposite. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Naimie H et al. 6. Leaves. The fruit is a many-seeded. Heidelberg 1992. Bde 1-8. (1972) Collect Czec Chem Commun 37:1166. discomfort and headache. Pregnancy: Not to be used during pregnancy. Other Names: Asarabacca. DOSAGE tube and are flattened above.S.carbonyl compounds Caffeic acid derivatives: including chlorogenic acid. possibly in addition to sesquiterpene hydrocarbons. It is brownish on the outside. Nachdruck. Studies of the plant's emetic action exist for Asari root and herb.4 8 / A S A FOETIDA PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S Homeopathic Uses: Ferula foetida is used for low acid levels in the stomach. trans-isoelemicin or eudesmol. alliaceous odor. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. Convulsions are possible in susceptible individuals. Asarum europaeum is a protected species. Habitat: The plant is indigenous to the northern parts of southern Europe. . Rajanikanth B et al. creeping rhizome that is branched and usually has 3 to 4 scale-like. Not to be Confused With: Can be confused with other valerian types and with Arnica montana. trans-isoeugenol methyl ether. stone cells. flatulence. Aufl. reniform leaves. diarrhea). The intake of larger dosages can lead to swelling of the lips. isochlorogenic acid Flavonoids EFFECTS Medicinal Parts: The primary medicinal part is the root of the plant. stomach pressure. Daunderer M. with the terminal flower at the tip. digestive complaints (belching. However. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. Springer Verlag Berlin. dark and purple on the inside.. dark-green glossy above. Hazelwort. -furans.S. Stem and Root: Asarum europaeum is a shaggyhaired perennial growing 4 to 10 cm high. Giftpflanzen. Asarum is primarily collected in the wild.

How Supplied: Commercial pharmaceutical preparations include coated tablets and confectionery tea mixtures. for inflammation of the eye. trial parameters. and further extraction takes place. for dehydration. Afterward. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: Asarum is taken as a sneezingpowder. The action of trans-isoasaron and of isomethyleugenol as a local anesthetic was tested on 10 volunteer subjects. An extremely susceptible mouse strain developed hepatoma after exposure to asarone. which surpassed the effect of the control substance tyloxapol in a normal treatment concentration. It is obsolete as a drug. Then the organic liquid extract is mixed with a suitable excipient according to the desired percentage of trans-isoasaron. Unproven Uses: The purified dry extract of Asarum europaeum rootstock is used for inflammatory conditions of the lower respiratory system (acute and chronic bronchitis). The results showed a dose-related action for both drugs. The contrast with the placebo groups was significant. Some other uses are as antitussives (cough remedies). Trans-isoasaron can also be produced from asarylaldehyde by means of Perkin's cinnamic synthesis. in order to compare it with benzocaine (anesthetic index AI = 1). to obtain conclusive results. which has a similarly inhibiting effect. 58% of the patients with chronic bronchitis and 68% of the patients with bronchial asthma were cured or showed improvement in both their subjective and objective states. Storage: Coated tablets and pills that contain the purified dry extract or the tincture from the rhizome can be stored for a period of 28 days in conditions of high temperature. The surface-tension-reducing effect of trans-isoasaron and trans-isomethyleugenol was studied in vitro. The drug's efficacy was also tested in a multicentric field trial. The control substance here was clemizole hydrochloride. powdered leaves have been used as an ingredient of some snuffs. angina pectoris. ointments 1 to 2 times daily. 5 to 10 globules 1 to 3 times daily or 1 ml injection solution twice weekly sc. However. irritation of mucous membranes and exhaustion. which corresponds to 30 mg phenylpropane derivatives and should be spread over 2 to 3 doses per day. The treatment consisted of a daily dose of 3 x 2 tablets. 1 tablet. A double-blind clinical trial with a placebo as alternative was carried out on 30 patients with acute bronchitis. bronchial spasms induced in a guinea pig by histamine were inhibited in vivo by trans-isoasaron. Eighty percent of the patients wim acute bronchitis. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Older scientific literature contains reports of signs of poisoning including burning of the tongue. purified dry (GB) or powdered (US) extract (30 mg phenylpropanol derivatives) taken over an average of 7 days. However. migraines. The only available studies of Asarum's antibacterial effect are those carried out on Asari root and herb. helping to expel mucus from the respiratory passages. The watery portion remaining is diluted with an equal amount of distilled water. diarrhea. Dl and D2 should not be taken for longer than 1 month (HAB1). as an . The dried.47 for trans-isomethyleugenol. Preparation: The air-dried rootstock is extracted with an organic solvent. for various causes of bronchial spasms and for bronchial asthma. liver disease and jaundice. which can be mixed with water. using stalagmo• metry. 30 with chronic bronchitis and an additional 30 with bronchial asthma. and statistical analysis. the extract is dried and rubbed. erysipeloid skin rashes and hemiparesis. The average single dose of the drug is 0. Homeopathic Dosage: 5 to 10 drops. the drugs were used as emetics.72 for trans-isoasarin and AI = 0. The survival rate was determined subsequent to the addition of a histaminecontaining aerosol 30 minutes after trans-isoasarin had been administered. or orally as a purified dry extract in the form of coated tablets and pills. a clinically controlled study and an open bicentric study. further trials are needed over a longer period and with more patients. The liquid extract is separated from the solvent by means of vacuum distillation.e.1 gm. Children aged 2 and over can take an extract corresponding to 5 mg phenylpropanol derivatives 3 times daily. humidity and light. Asari root and Asari root with herb are used for similar indications in folk medicine. Daily Dosage: The average daily oral dose of the dry extract for adults and children aged 13 and over is 30 mg. In the past. as there is an absence of details about placebo groups. CONTRAINDICATIONS Asarum is not to be used during pregnancy. In studies of Asarum's spasmolytic effect. with the following anesthetic indexes of AI = 0.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS ASARUM/49 self-experiment with 100 gm trans-isoasaron taken orally caused severe vomiting. the average content of the drug is 20%. INDICATIONS AND USAGE emmenagogue (menstrual stimulant) and for artificial abortion. Administration of the drug is not advised. depending on the dose. As sneezingpowder. for pneumonia. Both substances showed a concentration-dependent surface activity. the results are only useful to a small extent. gastroenteritis. Under preferred storage conditions (i. sneezing-powder for chronic rhinitis. Homeopathic Uses: Homeopathic uses include diarrhea.

and the fresh leaves. Lindequist U. LITERATURE Ash Fraxinus excelsior DESCRIPTION Doskotch RW. deoxy- Asclepias tuberosa See Pleurisy Root Iridoide monoterpenes: syringoxidin . Aufl. European Ash. Stem and Root: The ash is an impressive 15 to 30 m tall tree with a gray-brown. The female flowers consist of 1 inferior ovary with a 2-lobed stigma and 2 split staminoids. oblong-ovate to lanceolate. rich green. 16. Teuscher E.. The anthers of the male flowers are dark purple and are on short filaments. Bde. New York. In: PM 42(2):155. the branch bark. Vanevenhoven PW. Gracza L. (10-20%) (16-28%) phytosterols including syringoxide. Wiss. Daunderer M. later fissured and wrinkled bark and large.1-0. Bde. (1984) Z Phytother 5(6):964. 1-3. Dissertation Saarbriicken. the terminal ones appearing on the new flowering branches. Further information in: Frohne D. 4-6 (Drogen). smooth. 4. pubescent buds.).Ein Handbuch fur Apotheker. They are glabrous above. The leaflets are sessile. occasionally male. Chemie. 12. Habitat: The plant is distributed in most parts of Europe except the northern. Uber die Wirkstoffe von Asarum europaeum. 1-seeded with a veined winged border. Gracza L. long acuminate. loosely tomentose or almost glabrous. 6. Nachdruck. Gracza L. They are usually androgynous. Weeping Ash ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY C O M P O U N D S : A S H LEAF. In: Arzneim Forsch 30(5):767-771. Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the dried leaves. The fruit is a narrow lanceolate to oblong-obovate nutlet hanging on a thin stem.50/ASARUM PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S brown glass. Mose JR. and greenish brown beneath. 10. 4. Heidelberg. usually 5 to 11 cm long by 1 to 3 cm wide. Haug Verlag. Keller K. Die Iokalanasthetische Wirkung der Phenylprpanderivate. 1961. Phytobiological (phytophamacological) studies on phenylpropane derivatives from Asarum europaeum L. Aufl. 1981. They have no calyx or corolla. (1967) Lloydia 30:141. Pharmakologie. Biogene Gifte .. Heidelberg 1992. In: PM 48(3): 153-157. Gracza L. Hansel R. Roth L.9%) Asclepias inearnata See Swamp Milkweed Tannins Mucilages Mannitol Triterpenes. 2. Pflanzengifte. after which period stability should be checked. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. Not to be Confused With: It may be confused with Ailanthus glandulosa. glossy brown. Trennheuser L. Gifte und Vergiftungen. The leaves are harvested in spring and air-dried. VerlagsGes Stuttgart 1997. opposite and odd pinnate. polygamous or dioecious. Other Names: Bird's Tongue. Ash leaf consists of the leaf of Fraxinus excelsior.Biologie. Madaus G... Nachdruck. Leaves. Rosch A. The fruit is 25 to 50 mm long and 7 to 10 mm wide. Pfander HJ.. Schneider G (Hrsg. away from light). southern and eastern edges. There are 9 to 15 leaflets. the fresh bark. Mitt. Flower and Fruit: The flowers are in richly blossomed panicles. Kormann K. Production: Ash bark consists of the bark of young branches of Fraxinus excelsior.. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. Asarum europaeum See Asarum Flavonoids: including rutin (0. 1992Lewin L. Aufl. Springer Verlag Berlin. The leaves are entire-margined. Aufl. they can be stored for up to 2 years. Common Ash. The active agents in Asarum europaeum. 1983. finely and sharply serrate. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. (1987) Pharmazie 42 (2): 141. Lukas G. Actice principles of Asarum europaeum L. 5. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. 1980. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. In vitro studies on the expectorant effect of the phenylpropane derivatives from hazlewort. black-brown. (1961) Arzneim Forsch 11:33. Aufl.. Toxikologen und Biologen. Giftpflanzen. Rimpler H. Giftpflanzen .

sweroside. with 1 ovule per chamber. 1980. LITERATURE Carnat A. ursolic acid Anthocyans EFFECTS The drug has an astringent effect due to its tannin content. 1990. therapeutic application cannot be recommended. cornuside. simple and 4 to 10 cm long. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: Since the efficacy for the claimed applications has not been documented. including loganin.elliptical. Plant Med Phytother 24:145-151. Marekov N et al. There are 4 free petals. Lamaison JL. aesculetin. New York. Fruits are harvested in the late autumn or the beginning of winter. that grows up to 4 m high. gout. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. morronoside Tannins: gallotannins. Koichiro I. Dubnand F. long acuminate. rheumatism. ASH BARK ^ Unproven Uses: Preparations of Ash bark are used for fever ^ and as a tonic. Aufl. fraxetin. 1976. The petiole is 6 to 10 cm long.. Suzuki Y. Keller K. edema. fraxinol. scopoletine Tannins ^Iridoide monoterpenes: including 10-hydroxyligstroside EFFECTS: ASH BARK Madaus G. The efficacy of Ash in fixed combinations must be verified specifically for each preparation. Japan Production: Cornus fruit is the dried fruit pulp of Cornus officinalis. Jensen SR. 1968. Poisonous Plants in Britain and their Effects on Animals and Man. It has exhibited diuretic. 4 stamens and a 2-chambered ovary. Schneider G (Hrsg. In folk medicine Ash leaf is used internally for fever. gout. Storage: Should be protected from light. Leaves and Branches: Cornus officinalis is shrub or tree.). PH 15:221-223. The drupe is elongate.). Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. as well as a laxative and diuretic. stones. Further information in: Hansel R. Iridoids: iridoid glycosides. . Habitat: China. Preparations of fresh ash bark showed an analgesic. 1980. constipation. ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Unproven Uses: Preparations of Ash leaf are used for arthritis. 19921994. 5. approximately 15 mm long and red with an elongate. The branches are smooth.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS COMPOUNDS: ASH BARK ASIATIC DOGWOOD / 5 1 Hydroxycoumarins: aesculin. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Health risks or side effects following the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages are not recorded. fraxidin. Rimpler H. HMSO UK 1984. bladder complaints. bluish-green and the bark peels off. Pharmacological studies on the components of Fraxinus japonica. The flower structures are in fours and the diameter of the flower is 4 to 5 mm including the disc. Springer Verlag Berlin. fraxin. anti-oxidative. and antiphlogistic action. stomach symptoms and worm infestation. Heidelberg. The lamina is ovate-elliptical or ovate. Cyclo AMP phosphodiesterase is inhibited and an anti-oxidative (radical trapping action) effect was proven for scopoletine. and externally for lower leg ulcers and wounds.. Bde 1-3. including cornusiens-A to -G. isofraxidin. INDICATIONS AND USAGE ASH LEAF Asiatic Dogwood Cornus officinalis DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part of the tree is the fruit. yellow-brown and pubescent beneath. In: Nippon Yakurigaku Zasshi 64(6):714-729 (jap. rounded at the base. Genius OB. camptothins-A and -B Triterpenes: including oleanolic acid. The calyx is fused and has 4 tips. DAZ 120:1505-1506. ellipticalacuminate bracts. isofraxin and fraxin. Yamagami I. PH 19:2077-2081. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. blood pressure-lowering and leukocytopoiesis-promoting effects in clinical tests. The leaves are opposite. Khira Ind 58:132-135. £> Tissut M. Cleaning of the raw drug follows kernel extraction and drying. tellimagrandin I and II. Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food. 2-chambered stone kernel. Flower and Fruit: The umbels contain 20 to 30 flowers surrounded by 4 yellow-green. They are scalded with boiling water or gently heated. 1986. Nachdruck. Bde 4-6 (Drogen). Ravane P. Nielsen BJ. 6 to 8 mm long. The main active principle is coumarin.

the esters 3-mercapto.52/ASIATIC DOGWOOD INDICATIONS AND USAGE PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Unproven Uses: In folk medicine. Not to be Confused With: This variety is sometimes confused with other types of asparagus cultivated in the Mediterranean region. New York. diisobutyric acid disulphide Fructans: asparagose. Wu CM. Chinese Medicine Dosage: 3 to 9 gm of drug daily.6 (Drogen). The perigone of the male flowers is about 5 mm long. Chinese Medicine: In China. loss of semen. fleshy. It is cultivated in many places. hyperoside. The stamens are oblong and almost as long the filaments. The scale sections at the base have short spurs. The root-stock is short and thick. Jeng H. lumbago-sciatica syndrome. Keller K. Aufl. D. Heidelberg. Daily Dosage: 5 to 12 gm of drug. Production: Asparagus herb consists of the above-ground parts of Asparagus officinalis. The fruit is a pea-sized. impotency and low back and knee pain. and red or blue-reddish tinged. white. and also the fresh underground shoots. (This is the edible asparagus. Stem and Root: Asparagus officinalis is a perennial with a short. 25:301-6. needle-like phylloclades are in clusters of 4 to 15 that are 5 to 25 cm long and about 0. Schneider G (Ed) Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. G. Steroid saponins: including asparagosides A.butyric acid. In the wild. 5. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS The perigone is longer than the cauline leaves and has oblanceolate sections that are twice as long as the perigone tube. The round. Habitat: The plant grows in central and southern Europe. funnel-shaped and whitish to greenish-yellow. aspartic saponin I Amino acids: among them sulphur-containing aspartic acid. which are shorter and stockier. 25:8-11. 19921994. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: Whole herb preparations and liquid preparations for internal use Preparation: The fruit is boiled or steamed with wine until all the liquid has been drawn out. Su SJ. Chang WC A substance isolated from Cornus officinalis enhances the motility of human sperm. 1985. brick-red round berry that is up to 8 mm thick. I. Jeng H. COMPOUNDS: ASPARAGUS RHIZOME AND ROOT Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts of the plant are the herb and the rhizome with roots. Flower and Fruit: Thin pedicles measuring from 2 to 20 mm long. Leaves. It produces a few ascending shoots that are as thick as a finger. Rimpler H. glabrous and smooth. Jul. Asiatic Dogwood is used for liver and renal disorders. B. The perigone of the female flowers is much smaller. Asimina triloba See American Pawpaw ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS: ASPARAGUS HERB Flavonoids: including rutin. woody rootstock. later inclined with numerous erect to leaning branches. Chang WC Observations on the biological characteristics of Cornus officinalis Chung Yao Tung Pao. the drug has been used for impotency. F. The plants are usually dioecious. hyperhidrosis. Asparagus root consists of the rhizome with roots of Asparagus officinalis. The stem is erect. the plant typically reaches heights of 30 to 100 cm. isoquercitrin Steroid saponins Asparagus Asparagus officinalis DESCRIPTION EFFECTS: ASPARAGUS HERB Animal experiments indicate the herb has a mild diuretic action. The seeds are black with wrinkly stripes and are 3 to 4 mm wide. but that has not been substantiated. Springer Verlag Berlin.5 cm thick. Su SJ. H. Am J Chin Med. tinnitus. night sweats and vertigo. Bde 4 . but cultivated plants may grow to 150 cm. 1997. grow 1 to 3 flowers from the nodes. western Siberia and northern Africa. Wu CM. which are dug up and air-dried in autumn. LITERATURE Hansel R. the bitter steroid saponins. the Middle East.) The female plants are often slimmer than the male. asparagosine . Storage: The herb should be protected from insects and stored in dry place. 3-methylthio-isobutyric acid.. Other Names: Sparrow Grass No health hazards are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Characteristics: The fruit is considered to be poisonous.

ASPARAGUS RHIZOME AND ROOT ASPARAGUS RHIZOME AND ROOT Because of the irritating effect of saponin. CONTRAINDICATIONS ASPARAGUS HERB Goryanu GM et al.. liver disease.. bronchial asthma and gout. Tagasuki M et al.. 2. Nachdruck. No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. VerlagsGes Stuttgart 1997.. Madaus G. 4.). Homeopathic Uses: Uses in homeopathy include kidney stones and cardiac insufficiency. (1974) Z Lebensm Forsch Unters 25: 459. Rodi L. Aufl. irrigation therapy should not be attempted. (1976) Agric Biol Chem 40: 567. Pflanzengifte. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS ASPARAGUS HERB No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. (1975) Agric Biol Chem 39: 1999. Hausen B. dropsy. Woeldecke M. Keller K. Pharmakologie. The distinctive odor of the urine after an individual has i^ eaten asparagus is said to be caused by methylmercaptan. LITERATURE ASPARAGUS HERB Unproven Uses: Preparations of Asparagus are used as a diuretic. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Hansel R. Shiomi N et al. or 1 ml injection solution twice weekly sc (HAB1). Chemie.Ein Handbuch fur Apotheker. Gifte und Vergiftungen. Bde 4-6 (Drogen). Kawano K et al.. Nachdruck. Kawano K et al. 19921994.. In the case of reduced cardiac and/or kidney function. and constipation. Daunderer M. Biogene Gifte . Giftpflanzen. 1997. (1975) Chem Letters 1: 43. 5. ensure ample fluid intake. PH 27:3324. INDICATIONS AND USAGE ASPARAGUS RHIZOME AND ROOT Mode of Administration: The cut rhizome is used for teas. the drug should not be administered in die presence of kidney diseases. Chinese Medicine: The root is used to treat irritable cough. These applications have not been proven. ASPARAGUS RHIZOME AND ROOT Goryanu GM et al. 1 tablet or 5 to 10 globules 1 to 3 times daily. rheumatic conditions. Toxikologen und Biologen. When used in irrigation therapy. Giftpflanzen . Aufl. Daily Dosage: The daily dosage is 45 to 80 g. 1976. dry mouth and throat.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS EFFECTS: ASPARAGUS RHIZOME AND ROOT DOSAGE ASPARAGUS/53 Animal tests indicate that the root has a diuretic effect. although the effectiveness for the claimed application has not been sufficiently documented. 6. Schneider G (Hrsg. Shiomi N et al. Pfander HJ. although ~ there is no proof of this. Aufl. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. ecomed Verlagsgesellsch. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR 231:1479. (1976) Khim Prir Soed 3: 400 et 6: 762. Hermann K.. Heidelberg 1992. (1976) Agric Biol Chem 40: 567. The main active principles are flavonol glycoside and furostanol and spirostanol glycosides.. ensure ample fluid intake. (1976) Khim Prir Soed 3: 400 et 6: 762.. In: PM 63(3):258-262. How Supplied: Commercial pharmaceutical preparations of Asparagus root are available in tablet form. There is a low sensitization potential. coughing with blood. Bde 1-3. Heidelberg. Springer Verlag Berlin. as well as other galenic preparations for internal use. mbH. The berries are considered poisonous. Landsberg 1988. Rimpler H. (1975) Chem Letters 1: 43.. Lindequist U. Wiss.. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel.. The plant has a low sensitization potential through A skin contact. . Haug Verlag. Steroidal saponins from Asparagus officinalis and their cytotoxic activity. 1977. Pflanzenallergene.. When used in flushing-out therapy. Allergiepflanzen. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. Agric Biol Chem (Tokyo) 41:1. 1988. Lewin L. Aufl. Homeopathic Dosage: 5 to 10 drops.. Among other folk medicine uses are J^. Lazurevskii GV et al.. Tagasuki M et al. Kormann K. A typical single dose is 800 mg of the drug. ASPARAGUS RHIZOME AND ROOT Approved by Commission E: • Infections of the urinary tract • Kidney and bladder stones Unproven Uses: Traditional uses of the root include application for non-specific inflammatory diseases of the efferent urinary tract and for prevention of kidney and bladder stones (irrigation therapy). mainly derivatives of sarsapogenin.. particularly among workers in canning factories who can become prone to asparagus scabies. Shao Y et al.Biologie. Aufl. Pant G et al. Further information in: Frohne D. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. Teuscher E. New York. 4.

Membranous Milk Vetch.0 m in height. Leung AY. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. Pfander HJ. Nachdruck. Aufl. 5. The herb demonstrated significantly higher survival rates and lower . a virus that causes myocarditis in animal models (Peng. The inflorescenses have' many small. Medicinal Parts: The primary medicinal parts of the herb are the roots. Hermann K. New York. Lindequist U. Alvita Astragalus Root Antiviral—Astragalus membranaceus inhibits the replication of coxsackie B-3 virus (CB3V)-RNA. B. 4. Pflanzengifte. Aufl. pods will develop in a square shape of a cross section with two chambers. mbH. octadecenoic acid. Aufl. and Korea. Toxikologen und Biologen. Hausen B.. blue. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. Hansel R. Two to three days following bloom. Bei Qi. Astragali. Hwanggi. Schneider G (Hrsg. Heidelberg 1992. (1974) Z Lebensm Untersuch Forsch 25: 459 Further information in: Frohne D. Wiss. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. eicosanoic acid.. Other species are grown in northern and southern parts of China. Bde 4-6 (Drogen). There is a secondary root beginning 20 to 30 feet below the soil surface. Stem and Root: The plant is a perennial and has several stems 1. Lewin L. 1995). New York 1980. Washington. Giftpflanzen . The seeds are 6 to 13 mm long.54/ASPARAGUS PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S DESCRIPTION Woeldecke M. Gifte und Vergiftungen. Rimpler H.Biologie. 3-0beta-D-xylopyranosyl-cycloastragenol. Habitat: Astragalus australis is an endemic plant of the Olympic Mountains. Roth L. Haug Verlag..4'-dimethoxy-isoflavane-7-0-beta-D-glucoside (III) Amino acids: gamma-L-glutamyl-Se-methyl-seleno-L-cysteine. Kormann K. isoastragaloside I.. Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients Used in Food Drugs and Cosmetics. Daunderer M. cyclocanthoside E. linolenic acid. John Wiley & Sons Inc. Characteristics: The plant is cold tolerant and also able to grow in high temperatures. Springer Verlag Berlin. Other Names: Beg Kei. and C. Heidelberg. Keller K.Ein Handbuch fur Apotheker. octadecadienoic acid. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. The primary root is thick. 4. Leaves. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. 6. Flower and Fruit: The flower racemes are apical. hexadecanoic acid. Pflanzenallergene. and cyclocephaloside II. astrachrysoside A Saponins: astragalosides I. and most are axillary. Allergiepflanzen. Biogene Gifte . octadecanoic acid. Madaus G. and IV. Se-methylseleno-L-cysteine Polysaccharides EFFECTS Aspidosperma quebrachobianco See Quebracho Astragalus gummifer See Tragacanth Astragalus (Huang-Qi) Astragalus species TRADE NAMES Astragalus (available from numerous manufacturers). Teuscher E. VerlagsGes Stuttgart 1997. Nachdruck.. Astragalus Extract. 2. There are 10 dark brown seeds in each chamber. purple or blue-purple flowers. 7. 19921994. Aufl. Pharmakologie. Bde 1-3. Japan. tetradecanoic acid. long and contains many lateral roots. Giftpflanzen. The stems are covered with pinnate leaves with T-shaped soft hairs. Tragacanth ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Asparagus officinalis See Asparagus Triterpene glycosides: brachyosides A. Landsberg 1988. II. Astragalus Vegicaps.2'dihydroxy-3'. Aufl. eicosenoic acid and docosanoic acid Isoflavonoid compounds: astrasieversianin XV (II). Chemie. Superior Chinese Astragalus.5 to 2. Astragalus Root. soyasaponin I and cycloastragenol Tragacanth (from the sap) Sterols: daucosterol and beta-sitosterol Fatty acids: including heptenoic acid.. pentadecanoic acid. ecomed Verlagsgesellsch.).

The total effective rate was 65. and amelioration of blunted renal response to atrial natriuretic peptide (Ma. Cardiovascular Effects The effect of Astragalus membranaceus on left ventricular function and oxygen free radicals was evaluated in 43 cardiac patients. The average WBC count of group I was significantly higher than that of group II with a significant rise of the WBC counts in both groups after treatment (Weng XS. to increase movements in the digestive tract. . suggesting its possible use for prevention and treatment of acute myocarditis involving CB3V (Rui. Fibrinolytic—Astragaloside IV increases the fibrinolytic potential of endothelial ells by upregulating the expression of tissue-type plasminogen activator and by downregulating the A^. 1995). The herb decreased the ratio of pre. and group II was treated with a different concentrated PAP (10 ml. left ventricular end-systolic volume and slows heart rate in heart failure. equivalent to 15 grams of Astragalus). increased the superoxide dismutase activity of red blood cells and reduced lipid peroxidation content (Chen. 1990). 1994). The herb has therapeutic effects on sodium and water retention in aortocaval fistula-induced heart failure. 1994). an immuno-regulatory component of the herb reverses macrophage suppression induced by urological tumors (Rittenhouse. 1994). Neurological Dysfunction: Due to the selenium content in Astragalus. cancer. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Unproven Uses: The herb has been used for respiratory infections. The herb demonstrated a strengthening of left ventricular function and an effect of anti-oxygen free radicals for a cardiotonic action. Chinese Medicine: The herb has been used alone and in combination for liver fibrosis. 1998). Hepatoprotective—An ethanol extract of the root of Astragalus membranaceus alleviated liver injury through a reduction of elevated SGPT levels and subacute toxicity. Both treatment groups received a dose of 10 ml twice daily. involving skeletal muscle and neurological systems (Abdennebi. and antiviral. Cardiovascular Effects—Astragalus membranaceus increases cardiac output in patients with angina pectoris (Lei.37% in Group I and II. improving cardiac and renal functions in heart failure. as evidenced by positive effects on the cycle duration of interdigestive myoelectric complex (Lei. 1990). The compound also alleviates chest distress and dyspnea associated with heart failure (Luo. Memory Improvement—Aqueous extracts of Astragalus demonstrated improvement of anisodine-induced impairment on memory acquisition as well as the alcohol-elicited deficit of memory retrieval (a reduction in errors and prolonged latent period) (Hong. Astragaloside IV improves left ventricular end-diastolic volume. All patients in the treatment group had experienced their myocardial infarction within the past 36 hours. The herb also decreased loss of righting reflex and protected hepatic cells from pathological changes (Zhang.76% and 47.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS ASTRAGALUS (HUANG-QI) / 5 5 abnormal action potential in animal models infected with CB3V. 1994). Astragalus has also been used as a diuretic. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS £ General: Caution should be taken with patients receiving immunosuppressive therapy. amenorrhea. acute viral myocarditis. The mechanism is partly through correction of abnormal mRNA expressions of hypothalmic arginine vasopresin system and aquaporin-2. Antioxidant—Astragalus membranaceus inhibits lipid peroxidation in rat heart mitochondria (Hong. or patients with autoimmune diseases. Immuno-modulating—The herb stimulates macrophages.ejection period/left ventricular ejection time. liver disease and kidney disease. immune depression. heart failure. viral infections. 1991). expression of plasminogen activator inhibitor type 1 (Zhang. toxic doses may result in neurological dysfunction leading to paralysis (Panter. 1995). Astragalus membranaceus extracts enhance the antibody response to a T-dependent antigen associated with an increase of Th cell activity in normal and immunodepressed animal models (Zhao. heart failure. and increases T lymphocyte proliferation. 1990). such as transplant patients. A fractionated extract of Astragalus membranaceus potentiates lymphokine-activated killer (LAK) cell cytotoxicity generated by low-dose recombinant interleukin-2 (rIL-2). F3. Extracts of Astragalus lusitanicus in animal models resulted in toxic excitatory cardiac effects and respiratory depression. 1998). 1995). 1996). 1997). Gastrointestinal Effects—The herb strengthens the movement and muscle tonus in the intestine. 1994). This immune response occurs through a 10-fold potentiation of rIL-2 activity manifested by tumor cell killing activity resulting from LAK cell generation (Chu. CLINICAL TRIALS Immune-stimulating The effect of pure Astragalus preparation (PAP) in treating 115 patients with leukopenia was determined after 8 weeks of therapy. The effectiveness was statistically different between the groups with 82. Group I was treated by a concentrated PAP (10 ml. equivalent to 5 grams of Astragalus). small cell lung cancer. promotes antibody formation. especially the jejunum. respectively.22%.

Luo HM. Gard. Lin S. The powdered root capsule (250 mg-500 mg) has been administered as two capsules three times daily (Foster.192(2):185-90. Characterization of astragalus sinicus rhizobia by restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of chromosomal and nodulation genes regions. Qin WC. Bedir D. Chung Hua Chung Liu Tsa Chih 1994 May. Seleno amino compounds from Astragalus bisculcatus. Li FD. 1997). Chin Med J (Engl) 1998 Jan.15(2):77-80. Aquino R et al. Ang PT. Lo YC. Zhou Y.15(3):141-3. Barneby. F3. Chu DT. Zhao. Aquino R et al. Am J Bot 1999 Sep. Australia 1997. Chung Kuo Chung Yao Tsa Chih 1990 Apr. Chung Kuo Chung Hsi I Chieh Ho Tsa Chih 1995 Feb. Extract of astragalus membranaceus and ligustrum lucidum does not prevent cyclophosphamide-induced myelosuppression. Phytotherapy Press. How Supplied: Capsule—200 mg. 450 mg. Secondary metabolites from the roots of Astragalus trojanus. Astragalus membranaceus given concomitantly with cyclophosphamide showed no difference in terms of nadir count. McConnell WB.36(4):387-90. 500 mg. Li SQ. el Ouazzani N.86(9): 1248. Foster S. 255. 470 mg. Mem. Mechanisms of the therapeutic effect of astragalus membranaceus on sodium and water retention in experimental heart failure. Hong GX. Clinical observation on the treatment of ischemic heart disease with Astragalus membranaceus. R. Li Y.37(5): 1403-7. and the fluid extract as 4 to 12 milliliters daily (Bone.15(12):707-9. Brown. Lamnaouer D.Nat Prod 1999 Apr. 1995.56/ASTRAGALUS (HUANG-QI) PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Drug Interactions: Cyclophosphamide—Although enhancement of the antibody response through an increase of Th cell activity was seen in cyclophosphamide immunosuppressed animal models. Peng A. 704. Huang LS. Action of Astragalus membranaceus on left ventricular function of angina pectoris. Astragalus australis var.39(6):358-0364. 520 mg Liquid Tea Bag Daily Dosage: The dried root is administered as 2-6 grams daily. Chung Kuo Chung Hsi I Chieh Ho Tsa Chih 1994 Apr. LITERATURE Abdennebi EH. 195. Liao JZ.15(4):225-6. Cycloartane triterpene glycosides from the hairy root cultures of Astragalus membranaceus. Qin H. Hong CY.19(l l):687-8. DOSAGE Chen M. Herbs for Health 1998. Zhang XX. 14(4): 199-202. Phytochemistry 1994 Nov. Biochim Biophys Acta 1969 Nov 18. J . Singapore Med J 1995 Aug. 1990). a fractionated extract of Astragalus membranaceus. Sun Y.22(l):63-70. Anticoagulants/Antiplatelets/Antithrombotic Agents—Due to the increased fibrinolysis effect of astragaloside IV. Vet Hum Toxicol 1998 Dec. concomitant use with anticoagulants. Curr Microbiol 1999 Dec.) Bge. New York Bot. From flowering to dispersal: reproductive ecology of an endemic plant. 13. Furuya T. J Nat Prod 1998 Dec. 1964. olympicus (Fabaceae).10(l):34-6. Chung Kuo Chung Hsi I Chieh Ho Tsa Chih 1995 Mar. Liu F. 1998). Lin J et al. Kaye TN. Am J Chin Med 1994.l 11(1): 17-23. Tan FC et al. Vol. Cycloartane triterpene glycosides from the roots of Astragalus brachypterus and Astragalus microcephalus. Gao H. Chen LX. time to nadir and time to recovery for both the ANC and the platelet counts (Khoo. Isolation and identification of gamma-Lglutamyl-Se-methyl-seleno-L-cysteine and Se-methylseleno-Lcysteine. Hirotani M. Guo XW. 1997). 400 mg. Effects of Astragalus membranaceus on left ventricular function and oxygen free radical in acute myocardial infarction patients and mechanism of its cardiotonic action. Sept/Oct:40-41. Calis I. 16(3): 167-71. Bedir E. Chung Hsi I Chieh Ho Tsa Chih 1990 Jan. ..62(4):563-8. Ma J. 5. Liao JZ. Dai RH. Clinical and analytical studies of sheep dosed with various preparations of Astragalus lusitanicus. Rui H. Chu D. Lin JR. Nuclear cardiology study on effective ingredients of Astragalus membranaceus in treating heart failure. Astragalus membranaceus and Polygonum multiflorum protect rat heart mitochondria against lipid peroxidation. Chung Kuo Chung Yao Tsa Chih 1994 Nov. Guo WQ. Yuan RX. Queensland. Astragalus: A superior herb. potentiates lymphokine-activated killer cell cytotoxicity generated by low-dose recombinant interleukin-2. 250 mg. Calis I. Bone K: Clinical Applications of Ayurvedic and Chinese Herbs: Monographs for the Western Herbal Practitioner. Zhang ZM. Lei ZY. The in vitro potentiation of LAK cell cytotoxicity in cancer and aids patients induced by F3—a fractionated extract of Astragalus membranaceus. Memory-improving effect of aqueous extract of Astragalus membranaceus (Fisch. Wong W. Nigam SN.61(12):1469-72. another study demonstrated the herb does not prevent cyclophosphamide-induced myelosuppression. Chemical constituents of the seed oil of Astragalus complanatus R. antiplatelets or antithrombotic agents may potentiate the risk of bleeding (Zhang. Khoo KS.40(6):32731. Atlas of North American astragalus part II. Chung Kuo Chung Hsi I Chieh Ho Tsa Chih 1995 Dec.

3 mm. Liu CX. Production: Avocado oil comes from the fruit of Persea americana. Fundam Appl Toxicol 1996 Aug. Leaves. and Astragalus bisulcatus in pigs. Yao Hsueh Hsueh Pao 1990. Rui T. Hartley WJ. which is green and fleshy and up to 18 cm long. Hepatoprotective effects of astragalus root. Astragalus species See Astragalus (Huang-Qi) * . The drupe is smooth with thick oily flesh and a very large seed. Xu HX. AVOCADO/57 Atractylodes lancea See Southern Tsangshu (Cang-Zhu) Atropa belladonna See Belladonna Avena sativa See Oats Averrhoa carambola See Carambola Avocado Persea americana DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the dried leaves. The structure of astrachrysosid A and the study of 2D-NMR on astrasieversianin XV and 7. Weng XS.20(3):225-33. while the lower surface is downy.25(6):445-50. Chung Kuo Chung Hsi I Chieh Ho Tsa Chih 1994 May. Habitat: The plant originated in central and southern South America and is cultivated in all tropical and subtropical regions today. Regulation of the fibrinolytic potential of cultured human umbilical vein endothelial cells: astragaloside IV downregulates plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 and upregulates tissue-type plasminogen activator expression. Chin Med Sci J 1995 Sep.2 mm long and greenish.30(2): 145-9. Binder BR. The leaf surface is sticky. The anthers are 3. Lau BH. Flower and Fruit: The flowers are in compact or loose racemes.15(8):462-4. Rittenhouse JR.5 to 19 cm wide. Kandolf R. James LF. et al. Yang Y. Wojta J. The ovary is oval or pear-shaped and downy. Lui PD.14(2):93-7. sodium selenate. Song C et al. the whole fruit including the seed and the oil extracted from the leaves.14(5):292-4. Wen QZ. J Vase Res 1997 Jul-Aug. Avocado oil is recovered from the pericarp of Persea americana and refined if necessary. Doria G. Comparative toxicity of selenium from seleno-DL-methionine. J Ethnopharmacol 1990 Sep.beta-D-glycoside.2'dihydroxy-3\4'-dimethoxy-isoflavane-7-0. Studies on chemical constituents and immunological function activity of hairy root of Astragalus membranaceus.5 mm long.146(2):486-90. They are 5 to 8. Zhao KS. die fresh leaves. It develops into a drupe. Liu D. Chin J Biotechnol 1998. Zhou TS. Chinese medicinal herbs reverse macrophage suppression induced by urological tumors. Chung Kuo Chung Hsi I Chieh Ho Tsa Chih 1995 Aug. He K. The leaves are 6 to 30 cm long and 3. Mancini C.34(4):273-80. Yang YZ. ^^ Zhang WJ. Immunopharmacology 1990 Nov-Dec. 10(3): 146-50. 26. The inner and outer perianth circles are 4 to 6 mm long and elliptical to oval-elliptical.32(2):217-23. Treatment of leucopenia with pure Astragalus preparation—an analysis of 115 leucopenic cases. Stem and Root: The avocado is a tree up to 40 m in height and with a trunk 60 cm in diameter. The inhibitory effect of astragalus membranaceus on coxsackie B-3 virus RNA replication. — : — Athyrium filix-femina i See Lady Fern Atractylodes japonica See Japanese Atractylodes . Zhang ZL. They are narrow to broadly elliptical. Peng T. Riesemann H. Effect of Astragalus membranaceus on electrophysiological activities of acute experimental Coxsackie B3 viral myocarditis in mice. Wang HK. et al. Enhancement of the immune response in mice by Astragalus membranaceus extracts.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS Panter KE. and the filaments are 2. J Urol 1991 Aug. Zheng Z.

PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. the root.2 mm wide and flattened. due to the constituent tannins. Digestive complaints and constipation are possible with the intake of large quantities. blue.7 to 2. Stuttgart 1997. The flower structures are in fives and are fused. The drug should be stored in a sealed container away from light and moisture.. Bael Aegle marmelos DESCRIPTION Balloon-Flower (Jie-Geng) Platycodon grandiflorum DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the unripe fruit. DOSAGE Bael has a digestive and an astringent effect. LITERATURE Oliver-Bever B (Ed. Cambridge University Press UK. Rimpler H. Wiss. the corolla is 5-lobed. Medicinal Plants of Tropical West Africa. dehiscent capsule. OVERDOSAGE Albert K. Flower and Fruit: The plant has greenish-white flowers. linoleic acid. Characteristics: The taste is mucilaginous and slightly sour.). Storage: Oils from different batches should not be mixed. Keller K. with a hard shell. LITERATURE No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages.2 mm long. multi-chambered. Habitat: This plant is native to India but has spread over wide areas of southeast Asia. 5. Hansel R. Asche W. palmitoleic acid (tocopherols. etc. 1. Springer Verlag Berlin. Sharma BR and Sharma P. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Mode of Administration: As an active or inactive ingredient in various preparations (bath oils. Furochinolinalkaloide als biologisch aktive Naturstoffe. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Avocado is a main ingredient in so-called natural cosmetics. the leaves and the branches. smooth. Teuscher E. The yellow fruit is globular or ovoid. vitamin E) EFFECTS Tannins Saccharides Starch Fatty oil Furocoumarins Furoquinolin alkaloids EFFECTS Avocado oil is an emollient. Other Names: Bel. especially in Indian medicine.. 19921994. In: ZPT 12(5): 151. 1985. Biogene Arzneimittel. palmitic acid. Bde 4-6 (Drogen). The seeds are ovoid. occasionally white with a diameter of approximately 5 cm. . Pharm Ztg 131:2279. 1986. for constipation and diarrhea. Bengal Quince Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts of the plant are the main and secondary roots. The 5 stamens are free and the ovary inferior with numerous ovules. light to dark brown. Aufl. ointments. Schneider G (Hrsg. 1 to 1. The fruit is divided internally like an orange. Heidelberg. Aufl. Verlagsges. Flower and Fruit: The flowers are at the tip of the leading shoot. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: Available as a liquid extract for internal use. The calyx tube is appressed to the ovary. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Indian Medicine: Bael is used. Seifen Oele Fette Wachse 111:164. which improves rough ichtyotic skin. with numerous seeds covered in a layer of latex. 5.58/AVOCADO ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S Fatty oil: chief fatty acids oleic acid.). New York.. Schimmer O. The fruit is an obovoid. The flesh is reddish. Heller H. 1991. (1981) Planta Med 43:102. 1986). Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis.

Itakura H Rat plasma corticosterone secretion-inducing activities of total saponin and prosapogenin methyl esters from the roots of Platycodon grandiflorum A. Itakura H. DOSAGE W Mode of Administration: Preparations of whole.S. Chelone. In addition. Preparation: Liquid extract: root powder 1:1 25% ethanol Daily Dosage: Powder — 6 g daily. Aufl. The lower lip is awned in the tube and the cordate anthers are downy. anti-inflammatory and sedative effects require further clinical testing for verification. irregularly crenate-serrate and entire at the base.6 (Drogen). Ezaki O. and Canada Production: Balmony is the above-ground part of Chelone glabra. cut and powdered drug are for internal use.3%) Steroids: sterols. Snakehead Chinese Medicine: Jie-Geng is mainly used as an expectorant for bronchitis. J Nutr Sci Vitaminol (Tokyo). including glycosides of polygalic acid. Kim KS. 41:1191-4. Korea and Siberia. smooth stems and a horizontally spreading root system. 41:48591. Kim KS. Itakura H. Effects of Platycodon grandiflorum feeding on serum and liver lipid concentrations in rats with diet-induced hyperlipidemia. The leaves are almost sessile with a simple lamina. DC. Bde 4 . 1995 Aug. Japanese Bell-Flower ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY Hansel R. Kim KS.. Yakugaku Zasshi. bluish-green above and gray-green beneath. on short petioles. platycogenic acids A to C Volatile oil (0.7%): including platycodin. Stem and Root: The plant is small and erect. tonsillitis and other conditions of the respiratory tract. Shellflower. Turtle Head. New York. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Balmony Chelone glabra DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part is the fresh herb picked during the flowering season Flower and Fruit: The inflorescence is a short terminal spike of bilabiate white.2 g as a single dose Storage: Store tightly sealed and protected from light. Habitat: Northeastern U. Salt-Rheum Weed. cream or pink flowers. 0.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS BALMONY/59 LITERATURE Leaves. 41:485-91. 0. Leaves. Keller K. alpha- Ballota nigra See Black Horehound The saponin fraction contained in the drug has inhibiting effects upon gastric secretion and exhibits both ulcer-protective and ulcer-healing effects. Other Names: Chinese Bell-Flower. Characteristics: The leaves have a tea-like smell and an extremely bitter taste. Production: The plant is collected in the wild and air-dried. aglycone platycodigenin. and may reach up to 60 cm in height. Yakugaku Zasshi. 1995 Aug. Habitat: Balloon-Flower is indigenous to China. 19921994. 1995 Aug.2 to 0. efficacy for the other indications has not been proven. Effects of Platycodon grandiflorum feeding on serum and liver lipid concentrations in rats with diet-induced hyperlipidemia. The antitussive. spinasterol * BPPHCTS including delta7-stigmasterol. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS No health hazards are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Ezaki O. 5. oblong-lanceolate. platycodoside C. Ikemoto S. a mild antibacterial effect was able to be demonstrated. Bitter Herb. The plant has a hardy (approximately 3 cm thick) taproot and hardy <JL secondary roots. Other Names: Turtlebloom. Springer Verlag Berlin. The seeds are round and bitter.5 g as a single dose Decoction — 1 g daily. The plant is said to have a sedative effective on the respiratory organs and to encourage expectoration. Ikemoto S. . Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. sore throat. It is a perennial herb with angular. Ikemoto S. Schneider G (Ed). Ezaki O. Rimpler H. The leaves are opposite. Hummingbird Tree. Japan. Heidelberg. Efficacy as an expectorant is plausible due to the saponin content. purple. Balloon-Flower root is the dried main and secondary root of Platycodon grandiflorum. Stem and Root: The plant is a herbaceous perennial growing to 90 cm high. COMPOUNDS Triterpene saponins (1.

4. which contains alkaloids (magnoflorine) and saponins. Kern W. LITERATURE No literature is available. Production: Bamboo sprouts are the young shoots of Arundinaria japonica.i 60/BALMONY ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS INDICATIONS AND USAGE PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Iridoide monoterpenes: catalpol Resin: (bitter-tasting) EFFECTS Bamboo is seldom used for medicinal purposes in Western medicine. ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Isoquinoline alkaloids: magnoflorine. round culms exceeding 3 m in height are surrounded at the culm nodes by dry leaf sheaths.. List PH. It is large. The drug. Not to be Confused With: Helleborus niger is occasionally used as a substitute by mistake. Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part is the root. Bde. and polysaccharides Silicic acid: to some extent water-soluble EFFECTS No information is available. as are several other plants with similar qualities. . trifoliate and pinnate. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Homeopathic Uses: Chelone glabra is used in the treatment of liver disorders. An antirheumatic effect is being investigated. Flower and Fruit: The white flowers are in ovate racemes. digestive disorders and worm infestation. southern subtropics and Asia. Flower and Fruit: Greenish-yellow. 1989. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Aufl. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: The juice from the young shoots is hardened as bamboo sugar and used internally. was shown to inhibit growth of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. oligo-. Horhammer L (Hrsg. corytuberine Triterpene glycosides: including actein Trans-aconitic acid EFFECTS Soluble mono-. LITERATURE Baneberry Actaea spicata DESCRIPTION Belofsky G et al„ PH 28:1601. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Other Names: Bugbane. Heidelberg. Habitat: The plant is indigenous to the tropics. Chinese Medicine: The drug is used for asthma.). The leaflets are pinnatisect and serrate. The stem is erect and glabrous. Leaves. long-petioled. white stamens and 1 ovary. coughs and disorders of the gallbladder. The fruit is a black. Mode of Administration: The herb is available in homeopathic dilutions. Herb Christopher. Springer Verlag Berlin. Characteristics: Baneberry is poisonous. The leaf margins are sharply serrated. Production: Baneberry or Herb Christopher root is the root of Actaea spicata. They have 4 to 6 bracts. 1-8. 1969. New York. which do not fall off. many-seeded berry. DOSAGE No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Stem and Root: The plant grows 30 to 60 cm tall. The upper surface of the leaves are shiny and dark green. Habitat: The plant grows in most of Europe and in moderate and arctic regions of Asia. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS No information available. Toadroot ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Bamboo Arundinaria japonica DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the young shoots of the plant. the underside is matte and gray-green.

Isoquinoline alkaloids: in particular berberine. Not to be Confused With: There is a possiblity of confusion with the fruits of other berberidis types. the stamens lie on the carpels at the slightest touch. further to include columbamine. Berberis aqui folium is a closely-related American variety that is often used in commercially available Oregon Grape products. 1973. Pipperidge. Nikonow GK. jatrorrhizine. northern Africa. Jfr Kern W. The commercial drug often consists of admixtures. In: Ann Chim(Rom)63:333-337. In various metabolic processes. oblongcylindrical berry. Corsano St. The 6 stamens burst open at the side. 1964. Homeopathic Uses: The drug is used in homeopathy for rheumatic conditions. Mountain Grape. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS w/ Flower and Fruit: The flowers are 5 to 7 cm long in yellow. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Characteristics: The flowers have a repulsive smell. In: Pharm Zentralhalle 103(8):60l.. Wiss. vitamin C increases immune system activity. COMPOUNDS: BARBERRY ROOT BARK Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part is the fruit and the root bark. 10 to 12 mm long and 6 mm thick. oxyacanthin. . LITERATURE Fardella G. The flesh of the fruit is juicy and sour. Aufl. Jaundice Berry. between 15% and 50% of branch and trunk bark.. magnoflorine. I-8. They are dark green and reticulate. The thorns are 1 to 2 cm long and stick out horizontally. Heidelberg.Ein Handbuch fiir Apotheker. List PH. Production: Barberries are the ripe fruit of Berberis vulgaris. Habitat: Europe. The edible fruit is a bright scarlet. Other Names: Berberry. parts of America and central Asia. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. 4. Bde 1-3. later more white-gray. Springer Verlag Berlin. 1969. Frohne D. stimulates iron absorption. The ovary is superior with a flat stigma. the margin is dentate. Pfander HJ. Baneberry is available as dilutions of the mother tincture. Oregon Grape No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS INDICATIONS AND USAGE BARBERRY/61 Unproven Uses: Baneberry is used as an emetic and purgative. heavily branched. Syrkina SA. VerlagsGes Stuttgart 1997. berbamine. Leaves. initially brownish yellow. acetic acid EFFECTS: BARBERRY ROOT BARK Barberry Berberis vulgaris DESCRIPTION Source of vitamin C. Bde.). There are usually 2 seeds. traces) Anthocyans Baptisia tinctoria See Wild Indigo Chlorogenic acid Malic acid. Toxikologen und Biologen. Chemische Untersuchungen der aktiven Prinzipien von Actaea spicata L. The thorny branches are angular. Aufl. There is a mild diuretic effect due to the acid content. dense. The 6 sepals are yellow and the 6 petals have orange-colored honey glands at the base. 2 to 4 cm long and narrow. Banisteriopsis caapi See Yage ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS: BARBERRY FRUIT Isoquinoline alkaloids (at the most. palmatine. especially those of the smaller joints. and prevents scurvy. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: In homeopathy. Madaus G. Nachdruck. New York. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. Giftpflanzen . Horhammer L (Hrsg. hanging clusters. Sow Berry. The leaves are in bunches and are obovate to elliptoid. Stem and Root: Barberry is a deciduous. 4. The exocarp is membranous-coriaceous. deeply grooved. thorny bush up to 2 m high. Barberry root bark or berberis bark is the dried root bark of Berberis vulgaris. Preliminary study on actein biosynthesis.

use 0. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. Alcoholic extracts have been used for heartburn and stomach cramps. arthritis. Used in the pharmaceutical industry as a syrup for masking flavor. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS BARBERRY FRUIT AND ROOT BARK No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. (1965) Acta Pharm Sinica 12 (3): 185. diarrhea and kidney irritation. Kormann K. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. BARBERRY ROOT BARK Andronescu E et al. Giftpflanzen. OVERDOSAGE BARBERRY ROOT BARK Dosages over 4 mg will bring about light stupor. Chen MQ et al. spleen and liver diseases. tuberculosis. Wiss. renal disease. Ubebaba K et al. jaundice. 1:5 Tea Preparation: A tincture 1:10 is prepared according to the German Pharmacopeia 10th ed. diarrhea. have been shown to reduce the blood pressure of cats for several hours. Hansel R. (1977) Lloydia 40: 1. Farnsworth NR. An extract with 80% berberine and additional alkaloids stimulated the bile excretion of rats by 72%.. Heidelberg. The precipitated berberine hydrochloride is washed with mildly hydrochloric water and dried. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. Aufl. Wiesenauer M. malaria.Ein Handbuch fur Apotheker. 4. (1976) Farmatsiya 24: 33. Antibiotic Stimulation effect of intestinal peristalsis How Supplied: Liquid—1:1. To extract the pure alkaloids from berberis roots. (1958) Ann Biochem Exp Med India 18: 95. Phytopharmaka und 150 ml of hot water into 1 to 2 teaspoons of whole or pflanzliche Homoopathika. gallbladder disease. Phytotherapie.). Nachdruck. Amin AH. Teuscher E. Springer Verlag Berlin. Further information in: Frohne D.. Schneider G (Hrsg.. In folk medicine. gout. The filtrate is heated to 70° C and set to pH 2. Preparation: To prepare a tea infusion. Naidovich LP et al..Biologie. both positive and negative inotropic effects on the cats' hearts were recorded. (1973) Clujul. New York. and diseases of the urinary tract. It is then dissolved in water (pH 8) and filtered. Liu CX et al. Lahiri SC et al. urinary tract disorders. Bde 4-6 (Drogen). and leishmaniasis. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. Pflanzengifte.. 4. Madaus G. Bde 1-3. which contain 80% berberine and other alkaloids. DOSAGE BARBERRY FRUIT Mode of Administration: Barberry is used internally in tea mixtures and combination preparations. Cholagogue effect: A homeopathic mother tincture increased the bile flow in guinea pigs by an average of 20%. Toxikologen und Biologen. splenopathy. New squashed Barberries and strain after 10 to 15 minutes.. The tincture dosage is 20 to 40 drops daily. the bark is used for liver malfunctions. | York 1995. vomiting. With varying doses. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. Roth L. lumbago. (1970) Lloydia 33 (3A): 1. feverish colds. VerlagsGes Stuttgart 1997... piles. (1967) Nature 215: 527.62/BARBERRY EFFECTS: BARBERRY ROOT BARK BARBERRY ROOT BARK PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES Cardiovascular effect: Fractions from the root extracts. Extracts have also been used for susceptibility to infection. Lindequist U. Aufl. Biogene Gifte . LITERATURE INDICATIONS AND USAGE BARBERRY FRUIT Unproven uses: Decoction or alcoholic extract for lung. Subbaiah TV. 5. 19921994. Fischer-Verlag. to be sipped. Aufl. Unproven uses: Barberry has been used for opium or morphine withdrawal. . Aufl. (1984) Jpn J Pharmacol 36 (Suppl): 352.0 using hydrochloric acid. pour approximately Wagner H. Ikram M. Willaman JJ. indigestion. Daily Dosage: The dosage of the infusion is 2 g in 250 ml water. Med 46: 627. Giftpflanzen . Hui-Li L. Pharmakologie. (1979) Chinese Traditional and Herbal Drugs Communications 9: 36. Jam or wine made from the fresh berries can relieve constipation and stimulate the appetite. (1975) Planta Med 28: 253. Daunderer M. Stuttgart.3% sulphuric acid mixed with 10% sodium chloride. Rimpler H. nosebleeds.. Cordell GA. Pfander HJ. Jena. Chemie.. 2. The precipitate of pure berberine hydrochloride is then washed and dried. Antipyretic effect: Aqueous tinctures have an anti-febrile effect on a feverish rabbit. The treatment for poisonings is to be carried out symptomatically. rheumatism. Keller K.

. New York. Pajuelo E. umbelliferone. 419. fructans Mono. Pot Barley. 1998 Feb 17 Polysaccharides: starch (50%). Oliver-Bever B 01x1). The photosystem II subunit CP29 can be phosphorylated in both C3 and C4 plants as suggested by sequence analysis. The spike spindle is tough and loosens the spikelets when ripe. gastritis and inflammatory bowel conditions. Leaves. Planta. 1997 Dec Rudi H et al. 203:517-25.laminomethylindol) EFFECTS Barosma species See Short Buchu Barley is soothing on the alimentary tract. 1-8. Marquez AJ. Medicinal Plants of Tropical West Africa. male or sexless. 1969. Shartzer SF. Scotch Barley ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS General: No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Pregnancy: Not to be used during pregnancy. Plant Mol Biol. Other Names: Pearl Barley.glutelins: hordenine (not to be confused with the amine of the same name. Theodoulou FL. Hallahan DL.). 1998 Jan Davies TG.and oligosaccharides: saccharose. Forde BG. in preparations and in combinations. B2. Jones RL. raffinose. (1968) Indian J Exp Biol 6:232. nicotinic acid. The leaflets are very wide. long and glabrous. Production: Barley seeds are the seeds of Hordeum distichon. 4. Barley Grain DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part is the polished grain without the husk.. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A . Bde. pantothenic acid. folic acid Hydroxycoumarins (only in the stalks): including. . glucose. scopoletin. FEBS Lett. The long form is nodding and the shorter one erect and compressed at the side that does not bear spikelets. List PH..450 mg LITERATURE Bergantino E. Heidelberg. see below) Albumins and globulins Fatty oil (2%): chief fatty acids linoleic and oleic acid Vitamins: Vitamin E. see below). hordenine (dimethyltyramine). Gene.albumins and globulins Prolamines: hordein Glutelins: hordenine (not to be confused with the amine of the same name. 95:1944-9. Regulation of the expression of ferredoxin-glutamate synthase in barley. 1997 Oct 15 Dhar ML et al. Stem and Root: The plant is an annual that grows 60 to 130 cm high. It has a long hollow stalk and lanceolate leaves. A (His)6-tagged recombinant barley endosperm ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase expressed in the baculovirusinsect cell system is insensitive to allosteric regulation by 3phosphoglycerate and inorganic phosphate. nermann. Characterization of a calmodulin-binding transporter from the plasma membrane of barley aleurone. Cloning and characterisation of a novel P-glycoprotein homologue from barley. Flower and Fruit: The spike is 7 to 15 cm long. Aufl. Cugini D.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS BAROSMA SPECIES / 63 INDICATIONS AND USAGE Barley Hordeum distichon TRADE NAMES Unproven Uses: Barley has been used for convalescents and in the treatment of diarrhea. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge. vitamins B6. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: Barley is used as a malt extract. (1936) J Canad Med Assoc 34:141. Habitat: Barley is cultivated worldwide. glucodifructose. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Bassi R. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Barley (available from numerous manufacturers and as combination product). Kern W. The lateral spikelets are unbearded. The middle spikelet is seed-bearing with a beard up to 15 cm long. prolamines: hordein. 36:11-22. Sandon'a D. 1997 Schuurink RC. Fath A. Labbe M. aesculetin (in the sprouts) Amines: tyramine. gramine also with certain strains (dimethy. Springer Verlag Berlin. among others. 199:195-202. London 1986 Pajuelo P. among others. fructose Proteins (10%): including. How Supplied: Capsules . Horhammer L (Hrsg. Forde BG.

However. (1985) J Assoc Phys (India) 33(8):507.5% essential oil with up to 85% estragole. Jain SR. Lemberkovics E et al. BASIL OIL General: No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. oil of basil should not be administered during pregnancy or while nursing. Pregnancy: The herb contains about 0. and now is cultivated worldwide. Flower and Fruit: The white. In: PM 59(7)00. In: ZPT 18(l):58-66. contusions. (1983) Cancer Res 43:1124. . above-ground parts of Ocimum basilicum. almost sessile axillary false whorls. Habitat: The plant probably originated in India. They are longpetioled. In vitro. Indian Medicine: Among uses in Indian medicine are earaches. rheumatic complaints. the herb should not be taken during pregnancy. labiate flowers are in 6blossomed. Pediatric Use: Basil oil should not be given to infants or small children. Portrait einer Arzneipflanze. and as a diuretic. linalool. INDICATIONS AND USAGE BASIL HERB Unproven Uses: Preparations of basil are used for supportive therapy for feelings of fullness and flatulence. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS BASIL HERB General: No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Pakistan and northern India. LITERATURE Chief constituents: estragole (chavicol methyl ether). itching and skin diseases. (1973) Food Cosmet Toxicol 11:867. Basil is antimicrobial. eugenol EFFECTS: BASILOIL Balambal R et al!~. DOSAGE Volatile oil: chief constituents are chavicol methyl ether (estragole). amenorrhea and dysmenorrhea.64/BASIL PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S Basil Ocimum basilicum DESCRIPTION Chinese Medicine: Basil herb is used for disturbances of renal function. The leaves are ovate or oblong. 1997. BASIL OIL Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts of the plant are the fresh or dried herb as well as the oil extracted from the dried aerial parts. pedicled. Balsilikum . Characteristics: Basil has a characteristic odor and sharp taste. pending final determination of the drug's carcinogenic potential. Czygan FCh. (1972) Planta Med 22:66. Pregnancy: Because a mutagenic effect in vitro and a carcinogenic effect in animal experiments have been demonstrated for estragole. malaria and other febrile illnesses. the 4 stamens lie on it. C O M P O U N D S : BASIL OIL Until the final determination of die drug's carcinogenic potential. irregularly dentate or entire-margined. Because of the high estragole content in the essential oil. the oil demonstrates an antimicrobial effect. 1993. gum ulcers and as a hemostyptic both before and after birth.. Miller EC et al.Ocimum basilicum L. . rheumatoid arthritis. Oil of basil is the essential oil extracted from the dried aerial parts of Ocimum basilicum by steam distillation. linalool and eugenol Caffeic acid derivatives Flavonoids E F F E C T S : BASIL HERB In vitro. The stem is erect. joint pains and depression. Other Names: St. Formation of essential oil and phenolic compounds during the vegetation period in Ocimum basilicum. The calyx is bilabiate. and the corolla is 4-lobed. Opdyke DLJ. branched from the base up and downy.. for the stimulation of appetite and digestion. colds and chills. Leaves. The lower lip is simple. one should completely forgo administration of the drug. Afghanistan. one should completely forgo its administration. acuminate. Production: Basil herb consists of the dried. Jain ML. Stem and Root: The plant grows from 20 to 40 cm high. Josephwort ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY C O M P O U N D S : BASIL HERB Unproven Uses: Among traditional uses for the oil are wounds. anorexia.

Giftpflanzen. pour boiling water over 2.' Aufl. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: As a comminuted herb for decoctions and other galenic preparations for internal use. New York 1980. 1-8. Bde. In: Toxicon 20(1): R195. smooth. Madaus G. Kormann K. . Herbs. Flower and Fruit: The white. The carina. 2. Nachdruck. USA 1984. Daunderer M. Symptoms include vomiting. 4. dried pods and the beans. Horhammer L (Eds. In: ZPT 13(2):42. peduncled racemes. New York. Bde. String Bean. 4. Horhammer L (Hrsg. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Approved by Commission E: • Infections of the urinary tract • Kidney and bladder stones Unproven Uses: Bean Pod is used as a supportive treatment for inability to urinate. Pinto Bean. 4.. Winterhoff H. diarrhea and gastroenteritis. Craker LE (Eds. Green Bean. Aufl. hanging pod with a number of reniform seeds. Archon Books. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. Hansel R. Navy Bean. Pharmakognosie. Drogen mit "Adaptogenwirkung" zur Starkung der Widerstandskrafte.5 gm drug and strain after 10 to 15 minutes while still covered (1 teaspoonful = 1. Bde 1-3. Chromium salts present in the Bean Pod may produce an antidiabetic effect. COMPOUNDS Lectins: complex glycoproteins) Saponins L-pipecolic acid Flavonoids termed phytomitogen (tetrameric Rom L. pink and lilac flowers are in lightly blossomed.. Pusztai A et al. A weak diuretic action has been demonstrated in animal and human experiments. John Wiley & Sons Inc. Chemie. Wax Bean ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY Poisonings following the intake of large quantities of fresh green bean husks (or of raw green beans) are not to be entirely ruled out. Leung AY. Pharmakologie. Aufl. Springer Verlag Heidelberg 1992.HERBAL M O N O G R A P H S BEAN POD/65 EFFECTS Wagner H. Verlagsges. Pflanzengifte. Snap Bean. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. Production: The seed-free pods of Phaseolus vulgaris are collected during the harvest season.. 5. Norr H.). The calyx is bilabiate. List PH. Lindequist U. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Aufl. Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients Used in Food Drugs and Cosmetics. Other Names: Common Bean. Teuscher E. Wiss. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. Stuttgart 1997. in the form of heated infusions. Springer Verlag Berlin. The fruit is a straight.5 gm drug). Preparation: To make an infusion. 1969. Heidelberg. which varies greatly among the individual species. Steinegger E..Biologie. due to the lectins content. List PH. Habitat: The plant is indigenous to America and is cultivated worldwide today.). Aufl. The lectins are destroyed in the process of cooking. 1-8. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. 4. The leaves are trifoliate. Madaus G. Wichtl M (Hrsg. 1992. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. which are shorter than their leaves. The drug is a component of various kidney and bladder teas and of standardized preparations of natural diuretics and antidiabetics. Recent advances in the study of the nutrtional toxicity of kidney bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) lectins in rat... OVERDOSAGE Bean Pod Phaseolus DESCRIPTION vulgaris Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the ripe.. The terminal leaflet is rhomboid.).. Daily Dosage: The recommended daily dosage is 5 to 15 gm of herb. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Springer Verlag Berlin. Aufl. It is heavily branched but not twining. Heidelberg. New York. Kidney Bean.). 1969. Bde 1-3. An Indexed Bibliography 1971-80. it is used as a diuretic and antidiabetic. In folk medicine. Simon JE. Teedrogen. stamens and style are twisted in a spiral. Biogene Gifte . Further information in: Kern W. Stem and Root: The annual plant grows from 30 to 60 cm high. LITERATURE Kern W. die leaflets are broad ovate and acuminate. 1982. Leaves. Nachdruck. Chadwick AF.

It is also found in the Caucasus and Siberia as far as Kamtschatka. double-edged. aggregation inhibiting and ACE inhibiting. 1993. 4. Sendl A. Guinea M. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: The drug is used internally as well as externally.). with a base that is rounded to cordate and narrows suddenly to a 5 to 20 cm long petiole. . Rdsch 7/94. externally for chronic rashes. acute. Teedrogen. New York 1995. 1994. Veit M. Phytotherapie: Barlauch und Knoblauch im Vergleich. Homeopathic Dosage: 5 drops. One superior ovary is formed out of 3 carpels and 3 deep grooves. 2 to 6 cm long. Barlauch (Allium ursinum) als Ersatz fur Knoblauch (Allium sativum). Flower and Fruit: The sheath of the terminal inflorescence is made up of 3 ovate-lanceolate. Wiesenauer M. Stem and Root: The plant's compact stem is upright. The l e a f s dark-green underside is covered with irregular horizontal veins that face upward. The leaf blade is flat. The 3-valved capsule contains black. Barlauch: Alternative zu Knoblauch. In: ZPT 13(6):201. 1992. Broad-Leaved Garlic The diverse sulphur bonds are said to be lipid-reducing.5 to 6 cm wide cyme with 6 to 20 florets. COMPOUNDS Bear's Garlic Allium ursinwn DESCRIPTION Alliins (alkyleysteine sulphoxides): in particular methyl alliin (methyl-L-(+)-cysteine sulphoxide) and allylalliin (allyl-L(+)-cysteine sulphoxide) and presumably their gamma-glutamyl conjugates. 10 to 50 cm high. Leaves. LITERATURE Landshuter J et al.66 /BEAN POD PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY Wagner H. that readily transform into the so-called alliaceous oils. about 1 cm wide and surrounded by transparent or white skins. Six stamens are wedge-shaped. allicin (diallyl-disulphide-mono-S-oxide) and allylmethyl-disulphide mono-S-oxide and the corresponding dialkyldi. half-cylindrical or triangular-to-round in shape.. Ebl G. They are pure white and have 6 star-shaped. In: Naturw. Stuttgart. 1993. Sendl A. Aufl. 1 tablet or 10 globules every 30 to 60 minutes for acute conditions. fermentative dyspepsia. Wiss. flat. 1991. Lotter H. Phytotherapie. splayed petals. Habitat: Bear's Garlic is indigenous to almost all of Europe and Turkey. In: DAZ 133(5):392. Daily Dosage: Due to low concentration of the active substance. antioxidative. Production: Bear's garlic is fresh or dried herb of Allium ursinum. for example into dimethyl-disulphide-monoS-oxide. the drug must be administered in higher doses than Allium sativum. pointed or blunt. flatulence.. early-falling leaves. Not to be Confused With: One case was reported of confusion with Colchicum leaves. Homeopathic Uses: Uses in homeopathy include digestive disorders. high blood pressure and arteriosclerosis. angular seeds. only fused at the base and only half as long as the involucre. Preparation: Extract of Bear's Garlic. In: PM 58(7)66. Fischer-Verlag. In: Pharm Pharmacol Letters 1(1): 15-18.or oligosulphides EFFECTS Medicinal Parts: The fresh herb and fresh bulb are the medicinal parts of the plant. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Wichtl M (Ed. The florets are erect. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Unproven Uses: The drug is used internally for gastrointestinal complaints. Wagner H. Comparative biochemical studies on a purified C-S-lyase preparation from wild garlic. leaving the paler upper surface facing toward the ground. and 1 to 3 times daily for chronic. It is 6 to 20 cm long and thin. parenterally: 1 to 2 ml daily sc (HAB1). Verlagsges. which are almost as long as the peduncle. Characteristics: Bear's garlic forms many onions and has a distinctive leek odor. Phytopharmaka und pflanzliche Homoopathika. outward-inclined. The bulb is almost cylindrical. narrow-elliptical-lanceolate to narrow-ovate and acute. Evaluation of natural products as inhibitors of angiotensin I-converting enzyme (ACE). The inflorescence is a loose. Stuttgart 1997. but not in the Hungarian plain and the evergreen Mediterranean region. Other Names: Ramsons. Jena. 2.

Wiesenauer M. Jena. Teedrogen. Springer Verlag Berlin. Wichtl M (Hrsg. LITERATURE Medicinal Parts: The root is the medicinal part. light brown to black. 1969. glutaric acid Amino acids: including asparagine. Leaves. Aufl. with 3 thin. Sugar Beets and the white variety are all widely cultivated. 5. Beet is said to have antihepatotoxic effects. Heidelberg. and a superior ovary developing from 3 fused carpels. 1990. Nachdruck. to 27% in the pressed sugar beet) Other oligosaccharides: refined sugar. Hagers ^ Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Stuttgart 1997. Leaves.. 30 to 60 cm long. Wiss. adipic acid. which is a methyl group donor in the liver's transmethylation process. Stem and Root: The beet is a 0. New York. Heidelberg. Fischer-Verlag. Stem and Root: The leaves of the tree are alternate. North Africa. take 10 gm of drug after meals throughout the course of the day. New York 1995. Verlagsges. and Asia from Turkey to India. and incompletely triple-pinnate. Biogene Arzneimittel. nuts and root. 4. 5. Red Beets. 19921994. Aufl. Other Names: Chard ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY COMPOUNDS Kern W.5 m perennial with a swollen. 4. bark. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Wagner H. Teuscher E. Madaus G. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. Barlauch und Knoblauch. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel.. irregular and white or yellow. irregular and revolute. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis.). There are 5 stamens. The seeds are triangular.. List PH. Bde 1-3. Stuttgart. Keller K. edible tuber that is red or white. up to 1. Rimpler H. glycolic acid. Verlagsges. which have had numerous uses in traditional medicine. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Unproven Uses: Beet is used as supportive therapy in diseases of the liver and fatty liver. D(+)-tartaric acid. New York. The Saccharose (up. Wiss. Sendl A. Phytotherapie. Habitat: The Beet is indigenous to the coastal regions of Europe. ketose Polysaccharides: including galactans. This is probably due to the herb's concentration of betaine. Stuttgart 1997. pectin Fruit acids: including L(-)-malic acid. the drug effectively keeps fat from depositing in the liver. Aufl. Flower and Fruit: The inflorescence is a leaf-axillary panicle. citric acid. Aufl. OVERDOSAGE Taking very large quantities could lead to hypocalcemia and kidney damage because of the drug's oxaluric acid content.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS BEHEN/67 EFFECTS Wagner H.. The flowers are zygomorphic with their structures in fives and a bowel-shaped receptacle. Beet Beta vulgaris DESCRIPTION DOSAGE Mode of Administration: Beet is available as a granular powder in standardized form.). Springer Verlag Berlin. oxaluric acid. Flower and Fruit: The flowers bloom in clusters of 2 to 4 in panicle-like leafy inflorescences. in animal tests. The petals are spatulate. veined. Bde 4-6 (Drogen).2 m long and triangular with 9 ribs. the dose is 5 gm per day for at least 3 months.5 to 1.). approximately the size of a hazelnut. The sepals are linearlanceolate. Bde 1-8. glutamine Betaine (trimethylglycine) Triterpene saponins . whitish wings. Schneider G (Hrsg. Horhammer L (Hrsg. Daily Dosage: For the first 14 days. upright leaves have long stalks and grow in rosettes that arise basally from the top of the tuber. The large. For long-term treatment. arabans. They are deep green and tinged with red. In: DAZ 130(33): 1809. Indian Medicine: The drug is used for coughs and infections. Phytopharmaka und pflanzliche Homoopathika. The firuit is a hanging capsule opening on 3 sides. Further information in: Hansel R. Behen Moringa oleifera DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts of the plant are the leaves.

edema. and the leaves.6 (Drogen). abscesses. due to the mustard oils they contain. rheumatism and headaches. Drumstick Tree. The branches are slim. it triggers local hyperemias due to the irritating effect of the isothiocyanates. External indications include gingivitis. Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Heidelberg. Behen nuts are the ripe unpeeled seeds of Moringa oleifera. Efficacy for the other indications has not yet been proven. Keller K. Root paste has been used to treat worms. palmitic acid (3 to 12%). Other Names: Ben Nut Tree. yielding benzyl isothiocyanate EFFECTS: BEHEN ROOT BEHEN ROOT The root is antimicrobial in effect. parenterally. Mode of Administration: Preparations of the seed are used internally and externally. BEHEN SEEDS BEHEN ROOT Unproven Uses: The root has been used internally in folk medicine for gastrointestinal complaints. 5. BEHEN SEEDS Unproven Uses: Folk medicine indications for internal use are constipation. 19921994. of the glucosinolate mentioned above proved to be fatal for mice. warts and worms (Central America). Applied as a cataplasm. dyspepsia. Production: Behen root is the fresh or dried root of Moringa oleifera. including as well behenic acid. cardiac and blood pressure disturbances. Efficacy for rheumatism seems plausible because of the stimulating effect of the isothiocyanates. The single peroral administration of a dosage of 5 g of the drug/kg body weight to a mouse led to hyperkeratosis in the stomach and to liver cell steatosis. due to the mustard oils it contains. fever (particularly intermittent). Rimpler H. snake bites. lignoceric acid EFFECTS: BEHEN SEEDS BEHEN ROOT Behen preparations are contraindicated during pregnancy because of their possible abortive effect. CONTRAINDICATIONS Glucosinolates (up to 9% in the defatted seeds): 4-(alpha-Lrhamnosyloxy)benzyl glucosinolate. for diarrhea (Chad). 0. Schneider G OEd). inflammation of the skin.05%). epilepsy.6-dimethyl benzoate Fatty oil (20 to 50%): chief fatty acids oleic acid (60 to 70%). COMPOUNDS: BEHEN SEEDS No health hazards are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. scurvy. eicosanoic acid. paralyses and lumbago (Saudi Arabia). Characteristics: The flowers are extremely fragrant. yielding 4-(alpha-Lrhamnosyloxy)benzyl isothiocyanate following enzymatic segregation with myrosinase Phenol carboxylic acids: 1 -beta-D-glucosyI-2. colic.68/BEHEN PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES leaflets are 12 to 20 mm long and elliptical. 1%). Springer Verlag Berlin. Administration of 22 to 50 mg/kg body weight. INDICATIONS AND USAGE BEHEN ROOT Mode of Administration: Preparations of the whole and powdered root are administered internally and externally. yielding 4-(alpha-L-rhamnosyloxy)benzyl isothiocyanate following enzymatic segregation with myrosinase. Efficacy for these indications has not yet been proven.. The ingestion of larger quantities can lead to nausea. dizziness and colds. inflammation. abdominal tumors. Indian Horseradish ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY Indian Medicine: Indications have included smallpox and rheumatism. BEHEN SEEDS No health hazards are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. diabetes. fever. Indian Medicine: Behen seeds are used for fever and as an aphrodisiac. stearic acid (3 to 12%). root and fruit taste like horseradish. Hagers . The seeds are used externally for dandruff in Nigeria. dizziness and vomiting. LITERATURE Hansel R. Aufl. rheumatism and poorly healing wounds. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS COMPOUNDS: BEHEN ROOT Glucosinolates: 4-(alpha-L-rhamnosyloxy)benzyl glucosinolate (ca. paralyses. Bde 4 . New York. . Habitat: The tree is indigenous to India. DOSAGE The seeds are antimicrobial in effect. glucotropaeolin (ca. for splenomegaly. Dried extracts of the root are abortive and contraceptive in their effect. worm diseases.

^ The tropane alkaloids in the drug (atropine. Devil's Herb. Sweden and Ireland.S. 2. bluntly angular and hairy. Divale. The lower leaves are alternate. branched. There are 5 stamens and 1 style with a 2lobed stigma. Near the inflorescence the leaves are in pairs of 1 large and 1 small. dromotropic and chronotropic effect. Poison Black Cherry . The fruit is a cherrysized globose berry. as well as the central nervous system. scopolamine and tropine Flavonoids Hydroxycoumarins: including scopoline.5 to 3. Because of the parasympatholytic properties. scopolamine. Habitat: The plant is found throughout western. 3alpha-phenylacetoxytropane. The violet corolla is a campanulate tube. southeast Asia. Stem and Root: Atropa belladonna is a perennial. Naughty Man's Cherries. which during drying transforms to some extent into atropine. in the Balkans. The roots of 2. Production: Belladonna leaf consists of the dried leaves. scopolamine. tropine etc. Belladonna root should not be confused with Atropa acuminata. This antagonism concerns mainly the muscarine-like effect of acetylcholine and less the nicotine-like effects on the ganglions and the neuromuscular end plate. They are dried at a temperature not exceeding 60°C. the drug is contained in medicinal plasters and is applied for neuro-vegetative disorders. The drug has always been important in folk medicine for its hallucinogenic effect. has 5 divisions and is spread like a star when the fruit ripens. Belladonna use may result in muscular tremor or rigidity due to effects on the central nervous system. V Not to be Confused With: Belladonna leaf should not be confused with Ailanthus altissimus. particularly England. dirty yellow on the inside with crimson veins. or the dried leaves together with the flowering branch tips. It is sometimes adulterated with Phytolacca americana and Scopolia cariolica. Great Morel. Leaves.5 cm long. then becomes black and glossy with numerous black. External uses include gout and ulcers. Iran. Characteristics: Belladonna has a strong narcotic smell. The fruit is initially green. ovoid seeds.to 4-year-old plants are dug up in mid-October to mid-November or shortly before the start of the flowering season. Atropa belladonna preparations release peripheral effects targeted on the vegetative nervous system and the smooth muscle system. positive. The ovary is superior. downy and up to 15 cm long.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS BELLADONNA/69 ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY Belladonna Atropa belladonna DESCRIPTION COMPOUNDS: BELLADONNA LEAF Tropan alkaloids: chief alkaloid (-)-hyoscyamine. The calyx is fused at the base. Phytolacca americana or Scopolia carniolica. in drying transformed to some extent during dehydration into atropine as well as apoatropine. the drug can cause relaxation of organs with smooth muscles and relieve spastic conditions. Additionally. tropine. cuskhygrine. pseudotropine EFFECTS: BELLADONNA LEAF AND ROOT . Atropa belladonna preparations act as a parasympatholytic or anticholinergic via a competitive antagonism of the neuromuscular transmitter acetylcholine. a sharp and bitter taste. Atropa belladonna preparations have a positive dromotropic as well as a positive chronotropic effect on the heart. of Atropa belladonna. hyperhidrosis and bronchial asthma. herbacious plant 1 to 2 m high with a many-headed cylindrical rhizome. Devil's Cherries. spasmolytic. central and southern Europe. Belladonna root consists of the dried roots and rhizomes of Atropa belladonna. Dwayberry. Dwale. hyperkinesis. especially in the gastrointestinal tract and bile ducts. entire-margined. Flower and Fruit: The flowers are solitary and hanging. and is poisonous. northern Africa. France and the U. Denmark.) are responsible for the anti-cholinergic-parasympatholytic. Tropan alkaloids: chief alkaloid (-)-hyoscyamine. Homeopathic Uses: Homeopathic uses include meningitis as well as inflammations (accompanied by fever) of the tonsils. The woody stem is erect. The leaves are ovately pointed. INDICATIONS AND USAGE BELLADONNA LEAF Approved by Commission E: • Liver and gall bladder complaints Unproven Uses: Belladonna leaf is used for spasms and colic-like pain in the gastrointestinal tract and bile ducts. Other Names: Deadly Nightshade. as well as apoatropine. It is cultivated in other countries. They are cleaned and dried at a maximum temperature of 50°C. scopoletine Tannins COMPOUNDS: BELLADONNA ROOT ^P Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the leaves and roots. In folk medicine. The leaves are collected in the wild from May to July.

73 mg total alkaloids.05 to 0. The maximum single dose is 0. For Belladonna extract. 1 tablet.2 mg total alkaloids. heat accumulation through reduction of perspiration. which is equivalent to 2. which may be early signs of poisoning.05 g to a maximum of 0.150 g. which corresponds to 5 to 50 g of Belladonna. drops. the joints and the gastrointestinal tract. capsules. juice. The maximum daily dosage is 0. (Also see Belladonna leaf. which is equivalent to 0.8 mg total alkaloids.) DOSAGE BELLADONNA LEAF Mode of Administration: The comminuted drug is used for decoctions and dried extracts. BELLADONNA ROOT General: No health hazards are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. plaster and ophthalmic drops. bronchitis and muscular pain. calculated as hyoscyamine. the average single dose is 0. the total alkaloids range from 1. suppositories. These are early signs of atropine poisoning. and colic-like pains in the gastrointestinal tract and bile ducts.10 g.05 g. which is equivalent to 2. cardiac insufficiency NYHA I and II. ointments 1 to 2 times daily (HAB1).1 g. Because of potential ramifications.45% (German pharmacopoeia 10).2 mg total alkaloids. a drug from the leaves is preferred for pain in the gastrointestinal area.5 to 2 ml is given 3 times daily. delirium and manic attacks. calculated as hyoscyamine. The maximum daily dosage is 0.) PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS B E L L A D O N N A L E A F AND R O O T How Supplied: Forms of commercial pharmaceutical preparations include coated and uncoated tablets. the average single dose is 0. diazepam for spasm and chlorpromazine for serious excitation. micturation difficulties and obstipation. Drug Interactions: Tricyclic antidepressants. (Also see side effects listed under PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS. calculated as hyoscyamine. and tachycardiac arrhythmias. a single dose of 0. the skin. the drug must be handled with care. Storage: Belladonna leaves and various leaf preparations have specific storage requirements. amantadine and quinidine will increase the anticholinergic effect.3% to 1. The maximum single dose is 0. Homeopathic Dosage: 5 to 10 drops. syrup. Daily Dosage: The average daily dosage is 0.5 mg total alkaloids. tea.32% German pharmacopoeia 10). and the powdered drug is used internally for galenic preparations. The following could occur as side effects.60 g. Other side effects may include hypocycloses. Belladonna should be used only under the supervision of an expert familiar with the appropriate use of this substance. The maximum daily dosage is 0. Daily Dosage: When using Belladonna powder (belladonnae pulvis normatus-total alkaloid content 0. . High dosages lead to central excitation that may produce restlessness. Pediatric Use: The fatal dose in children is considerably less than that of adults. which is equivalent to 1. which is equivalent to 0. OVERDOSAGE BELLADONNA LEAF AND ROOT Mode of Administration: As a comminuted drug for infusions and dried extracts and as a powdered drug for other galenic preparations for internal use. asphyxiation can occur with 100 mg atropine.3 g. calculated as hyoscyamine. dryness of the mouth. intubation. nervous heart complaints. Single doses of the extract range from 0. ampules.5 years. hallucinations. oxygen respiration for breathing distress.05 g. Storage: Belladonna root should be stored for a maximum of 3 years in well-sealed containers protected from light and insects.20 g.7 0 /BELLADONNA PDR FOR HERBAL M E D I C I N E S respiratory organs. application of wet cloths to reduce body temperature (avoid antipyretics). Due to the toxicity. which is equivalent to 1. In folk medicine. the urogenital tract. calculated as hyoscyamine. The fatal dose depends on me atropine content. Store tinctures tightly sealed without exposure to direct sunlight or extreme heat to attain a shelf life of approximately 3. particularly with overdoses: erubescence. mydriasis. Store leaves and powders tightly sealed and protected from light. Extracts require protection from moisture and light as well as a temperature of approximately 30°C. compulsion to talk. BELLADONNA ROOT Approved by Commission E: • Liver and gall bladder complaints Unproven Uses: The drug is used for arrhythmia. for asthma. From D3: one suppository 2 to 3 times daily. For Belladonna tincture. 5 to 10 globules. For Belladonna extract.01 g.01 g to 0. Single doses range from 0.28% to 0.15 g.60 mg total alkaloids. parenteral physostigmine salts as an antidote. 1 to 3 times daily or 1 ml injection solution twice weekly sc. Treatment of poisonings consists of gastric lavage. followed by exhaustion and sleep. calculated as hyoscyamine.

Pharmakologie. 19921994. Phillipson JD et al. Aufl. Heidelberg 1992. 5.. w Madaus G. Lewin L. and cell suspension. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. Springer Verlag Berlin. (1975) Phytochemistry 14: 999-1003. In: PM 53:390-395. Rimpler H.. Teuscher E. Phytopharmaka in der Gastroenterologie. Heidelberg. roots cultures. Hansel R. Lewin L. Leung AY. Verlagsges. New York 1980. 1994. and cell suspension. 4. Aufl..Ein Handbuch fur Apotheker.Ein Handbuch fur Apotheker. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. f Wagner H. Keller K.. Pflanzengifte. umbelled cyme with a few terminal and erect flowers. 5. Biogene Arzneimittel. Heidelberg. John Wiley & Sons Inc. The rhizome is simple. Pflanzengifte. 5. Pfander HJ. Haug Verlag. 6. Nachdruck. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. soft-haired.. Steinegger E. Hansel R. BELLADONNA ROOT.. Stuttgart 1997. Madaus G. Further information in: Frohne D. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. Springer Verlag Heidelberg 1992.. Phytopharmaka in der Gastroenterologie. Heidelberg 1992. cylindrical and crooked. Fischer-Verlag. Teuscher E. Toxikologen und Biologen. Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients Used in Food Drugs and Cosmetics... Biogene Gifte .. Phytopharmaka und pflanzliche Homoopamika. the dried or fresh underground parts and the roots. Aufl. In: PM 53:390-395. Biogene Gifte . Wiss. VerlagsGes Stuttgart 1997. Jena. New York. 4. 5.. Phytotherapie. 2. " Nachdruck.Biologie. The yellow petals are 3 to 7 mm long. (1975) Phytochemistry 14: 999. Pharmakologie. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Kormann K. The sepals are 3 to 8 cm long with long tips. roots cultures... pubescent on the outside and glabrous on the inside. Daunderer M. . In: ZPT 15(3): 137. Schneider G (Hrsg. Giftpflanzen . Chemie. Steinegger E. 1986. Phytotherapie. Wiss.. Keller K. Stem and Root: The plant is a semi-rosette shrub with a primary root mat dies off early and is replaced by adventitious roots. Stuttgart. 1994. 2. it sprouts from the basal rosette. Kormann K. Bde 1-3. and drop easily. The pedicles are short-haired. Reinvestigation of the alkaloid composition of Atropa belladonna plants. 19921994. Lindequist U. Pfander HJ. Hansel R. Giftpflanzen. pubescent on both sides and narrowly lanceolate. Verlagsges. slightly stemmed. Haug Verlag. Springer Verlag Heidelberg 1992. Gifte und Vergiftungen. New York 1995. Hartmann Th et al.. Wiss.. Hansel R.. Wiss. Phytopharmaka und pflanzliche Homoopathika.). Flower and Fruit: The inflorescence is a loose panicled. Aufl. Aufl. The cauline leaves are trifoliate to tri-pinnate and the stipules are small. Schneider G (Hrsg. New York 1995. 6. 5. 5. except for a tomentose border. Pharmakognosie. Wiesenauer M. John Wiley & Sons Inc. Aufl. Further information in: Frohne D. 4. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. Wagner H. New York 1980. Teuscher E. 15 to 70 cm high. Bde 4-6 (Drogen). Aufl. New York.. Roth L.HERBAL MONOGRAPHS LITERATURE BENNET'S ROOT/71 BELLADONNA LEAF AND ROOT Fintelmann V. Aufl. Daunderer M. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. Aufl. Nachdruck. Aufl. Leung AY. Giftpflanzen.. Springer Verlag Berlin. Aufl. Aufl. Toxikologen und Biologen. Stuttgart. Fischer-Verlag. Lindequist U. 1986. Phillipson JD et al. Chemie. The basal leaves are rosette-like and pinnate. thick. Pharmakognosie.Biologie. Roth L. Bde 1-3. Reinvestigation of the alkaloid composition ' tf£ of Atropa belladonna plants. Wiesenauer M. Hartmann Th et al. Fischer Verlag Stuttgart 1994. VerlagsGes Stuttgart 1997. Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients Used in Food Drugs and Cosmetics. Bde 4-6 (Drogen). The epicalyx bracts are half as long as the sepals. The stem is erect.. fused wim the stem in Fintelmann V. Leaves. Nachdruck. Stuttgart 1997. Jena.. Aufl. 4. Rimpler H.). Aufl. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. Biogene Arzneimittel. Gifte und Vergiftungen. In: ZPT 15(3): 137. The style is jointed and the stigma flat The small fruits have no stems and are pubescent. Bellis perennis See Wild Daisy Bennet's Root Geum urbanum DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts of the plant are the dried flowering herb. . Giftpflanzen . Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. Teuscher E.

boil 1/2 to 1 teaspoon coarsely powdered drug in water for 10 minutes and filter. central Asia and North America. folk medicine indications have included use of the drug for digestive complaints and diarrhea. Production: Bennet's Root herb is the aerial part of Geum urbanum. Nelkenwurz. Way Bennet. Heidelberg. LITERATURE COMPOUNDS: BENNET'S ROOT HERB Tannins: gallo tannins. potentillin. and ovate-lanceolate roughly dentate to pinnatesect. PsenaTc M et al. Characteristics: The plant's root has a clove-like scent. Springer Verlag Berlin. Schultze W. leaving it to steep for 10 minutes and then straining. 19921994. Vollmann C. Hansel R. Heidelberg.. Wiss. (1970) Planta Med 19(2):154. 1991. Star of the Earth. (1970) Planta Med 19(2): 154. 1 tablet or 10 globules every 30 to 60 minutes (acute) or 1 to 3 times a day (chronic). Aufl. BENNET'S ROOT (ROOT) The drug has an astringent effect. j 131(40):2081. It is found in some pharmaceutical preparations. and for muscle and nerve pain. In: DAZ 135(14): 12381248. casuarictin. BENNET'S ROOT (ROOT) Vollmann C. 1995. Aufl. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. 1991. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. chronic: once a day (HAB1).. COMPOUNDS: BENNET'S ROOT (ROOT) In the freshly harvested rhizome: Tannins Gein (eugenol-vicianose): transformed through drying or size reduction into eugenol In the dried rhizome and the roots: Volatile oil (traces): chief components . 1995..). Nachdruck. Herb Bennet. hemorrhoids and skin diseases. Keller K. Aufl. Homeopathic Dosage: 5 drops. BENNET'S ROOT (ROOT) Mode of Administration: Infusions are drunk or applied as an external wash or poultice. 19921994. DOSAGE BENNET'S ROOT HERB The herb is rarely used medicinally today. Teedrogen.. New York. Use as a bath additive for hemorrhoids seems plausible due the astringent content. Preparation: To prepare an internal infusion. Prepare an external infusion by adding 1 teaspoon coarsely powdered drug to cold water.). Schultze W. City Avens. 3 times daily. Nelkenwurz. European Avens.eugenol. Bde 4-6 (Drogen). Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. Bennet's Root (root) is the root of Geum urbanum. The root of Bennet's Root has been used externally as a gargle for gum and mucous membrane inflammations and as a bath additive or poultice for frost bite. Other Names: Avens Root. Wild Rye. c Madaus G. cis. Colewort. Untersuchung der Nelkenwurz. including sanguiin H-6. Nachdruck. 5. Habitat: Bennet's Root is found in central and southern Europe.and trans-myrtanol EFFECTS: BENNET'S ROOT (ROOT) BENNET'S ROOT HERB Hansel R. . In: DAZ 135(14): 12381248. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. tellimagrandin I EFFECTS: BENNET'S ROOT HERB The drug has an astringent effect. In: DAZ 131(40):2081. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. Wichtl M (Hrsg. bringing it briefly to the boil. INDICATIONS AND USAGE BENNET'S ROOT HERB Unproven Uses: Although rarely used today. Unproven Uses: Internal folk medicine applications include use for digestive problems such as loss of appetite and diarrhea.4 72/BENNET'S ROOT PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS the lower part. Rimpler H. New York. Geum. In: DAZ for inflammations of the bladder and urinary tract. 4. Schneider G (Hrsg.and trans-myrtanal. Bde 1-3. additionally cis. Goldy Star. Bde 4-6 (Drogen).). Rimpler H. pendunculagin. Psenak M et al. Efficacy appears plausible due to the astringent properties of the tannins. Homeopathic Uses: Homeopathic applications include use Vollmann C. Schneider G (Hrsg. Springer Verlag Berlin. parenterally: 1 to 2 ml sc acute. Infusion (external): Use several times a day for washes or poultices. Georg Olms Verlag Hildesheim 1979. Daily Dosage: Infusion (internal): 1 cup lukewarm several times a day. Yellow Avens ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY Health risks or side effects following the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages are not recorded. Stuttgart 1997. 5. Madaus G.. Blessed Herb. Untersuchung der Nelkenwurz. ellagitannins. Bde 1-3. Verlagsges. which is usually harvested in May and then air-dried or dried artificially at a maximum of 35° C. Keller K. Vollmann C. febrile illnesses.

Other Names: Benjamin Tree ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY Unproven Uses: Benzoin is "used for respiratory catarrh. The resin is then collected in a vessel and left to melt to a homogenous mass in the sun. Flower and Fruit: The flowers are in terminal or axillary panicled racemes. 1973 Nov.6 (Drogen). Habitat: The plant is native to western Java and Sumatra. Villa N. Katz H. benzoin is used for stroke. brown-red. Hansel R.HERBAL M O N O G R A P H S BETA VULGARIS /73 Benzoin Styrax benzoin DESCRIPTION connection with an "aroma. propyl cinnamoate Phenylacrylic acids: cinnamic acid (10%) Benzoic acid (to 30%) Resins EFFECTS Bergenia crassifolia See Elephant-Ears The expectorant effect with which the drug is credited could not be proven experimentally (it possibly originated in Beta vulgaris See Beet . James WD. 2. Bacchi EM. 61:290-3. ovate or elongate with a rounded base and irregularly curved-dentate margin. as well as cinnamyl cinnamoate " (styracin). The bark is winered and the wood is white. The flowers are fused and their structures are in fives. Villa N." due to its vanilla content). Stem and Root: Styrax benzoin is an evergreen tree. White SW. Part II. New York. DOSAGE Mode of Administration: Whole herb preparations are for internal use. The corolla is 6 to 11 mm long with 5 tips. Keller K. Sertie JA. 5. The tree is cut. Allergic contact dermatitis to compound tincture of benzoin. Katz H. There are 8 to 10 stamens fused below to a tube and a 1-chambered ovary above and 2. appressed pubescent with a diameter of up to 3 cm. Rimpler H. Planta Med. densely silky tomentose and red-brown on the inside. Characteristics: The flowers have a strong fragrance. post partal syncope due to heavy loss of blood. PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS No health hazards are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Sertie JA. Springer Verlag Berlin. and for chest and stomach pain. Schneider G (Ed). syncopes. Storage: Benzoin should be tightly sealed and stored below 25°C. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. The optimal age of trees to be harvested is 7 years. Leaves. 61:221-2. delta7-stigrnasteryl-3 betaD-glucoside from Styrax officinalis. The lamina is covered with white and brown star hairs beneath. The seeds are light brown with 6 longitudinal stripes and are up to 2 cm long. The fruit is nutlike. J Am Acad Dermatol 11:847-50. silky tomentose on the outside and at the margin.5 to 5 cm wide.. 1976 Nov.therapy. weakly 5 toothed. LITERATURE Bacchi EM. which grows up to 30 m high. The calyx is campanulate. Aufl. Berberis vulgaris See Barberry COMPOUNDS Ester mixture (70 to 80%): composed of coniferyl benzoate and cinnamyl benzoate. Planta Med. 19921994. Bde 4 . causing it to exude resin to heal the cuts. I. INDICATIONS AND USAGE ^| Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part of the plant is the balsamic resin obtained from the mechanically damaged trunk. Yanklowitz B. Chinese Medicine: In China. The lamina is 8 to 13 cm long.to 3-chambered ovary below. Heidelberg. The leaves are alternate and the petioles are rust brown-downy pubescent. They are W approximately 1 cm long. Production: Sumatra benzoin (Gum benzoin) is the balsamic resin from the damaged trunk of Styrax benzoin and Styrax paralleloneurum. 1984 Nov. Preliminary investigations on the herba of Styrax officinalis.

Roth L. 19921994. Heidelberg. chavibetolacetate. DOSAGE Medicinal Parts: The main medicinal parts are the dried leaves. Aufl.8%): chief components. Production: Beth Root Stock is the rhizome of Trillium erectum. Leaves. Coughroot. coughs. anethole. which grows from 25 to 40 cm high. The leaves have a 2. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Unproven Uses: In folk medicine. allylpyrocatechol-mono and -diacetate. The fruit is globular. Flower and Fruit: The inflorescences are compact. diphtheria and inflammation of the middle ear. Characteristics: The taste is sweetish then acrid and the odor is characteristic. among others EFFECTS v The essential oils are antimicrobial and immune-modulating. bronchitis. alcoholism. The 3 green. The Betel leaf is centrally sedating. leprosy. 5. Lamb's Quarters. Further information in: Hansel R. and the younger parts are glabrous. severe thirst. Indian Medicine: In India. Leaves. The stem is thickened at the nodes. Other Names: Betel ACTIONS AND PHARMACOLOGY Mode of Administration: Today. which is pubescent at the top and has 3 to 5 stigmas. eugenol. (1979) Acta Physiol Pol. piperol. Hagers Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis. dyspepsia. additionally allylpyrocatechol (hydroxychavicol). Springer Verlag Berlin.8-1. cylindrical and 3. LITERATURE Das PC. New York. Milk Ipecac. Three-Leaved. Flower and Fruit: The plant has solitary. The leaves are glabrous. Madagascar and the West Indies. Nightshade COMPOUNDS Volatile oil (0. Rattlesnake Root. Schneider G (Hrsg. Sarkar AK. the roots and the fruit are also used. white to red or yellow.S. safrol Neolignans: including crotepoxide. rhomboid and lightly curled. Daunderer M.74/BETEL NUT PDR FOR HERBAL MEDICINES PRECAUTIONS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS Betel Nut Piper betle DESCRIPTION No health hazards or side effects are known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages. Wake-Robin. methyl eugenol. Aufl.. Stem and Root: The plant is a perennial. Beth Root Trillium erectum DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the rhizome and the dried root and the leaves. Ind Perf 31:146-149. smooth herb with an erect stem. terminal. Snakebite. Ground Lily. Indian Shamrock. piperbetol. Pariswort. terminal leaves under the flower. Sharma ML et al. 5 to 18 cm long and half as wide.). fleshy and about 6 mm in diameter.. persistent sepals and the 3 large. 4. Pflanzengifte. It is often ringed with oblique lines and with numerous wrinkled root fibres on the upper surface. When the leaves are green. 1982. Production: Betel Nut leaves are the leaves of Piper betle. 30(3):389. Habitat: The plant is indigenous to the central and western U. syncopes. The rhizome is matte brown.5 to 5 cm long petiole. Ecomed Fachverlag Landsberg Lech 1993. It bears 3 whorled. chavicol. as an expectorant for stomach ailments. The fruit is yellow and becomes red when ripe.chavibetol (betel phenol). Rawat AKS et al. subcorneal. hanging. Ind Perf 26:134-137. more or less compressed. The seeds are also globular. 1987. they are gathered. Habitat: Piper betle is found in tropical southern Asia and has been introduced to east Africa. The female stamens have an ovary. the drug is obsolete. light green and glossy on both surfaces with 5 to 7 radiating ribs. There are 2 stamens in the male flowers. are broadly cordate. hanging flowers. which are broad. Betel Nut is used for coughs.. . Keller K.. It has numerous small and short adventitious roots. Other Names: Birthroot. Indian Balm. pressed and dried. Kormann K.5 to 5 cm long spikes of yellow-green flowers. Giftpflanzen. Trillium pendulum and other varieties. Jew'sHarp Plant. Betel Nut is used to treat asthma. rheumatism. Rimpler H. toothache and impotency. 3 to 5 cm long and 2 to 3 cm in diameter. wilting sepals are characteristic. Bde 4-6 (Drogen). Stem and Root: The plant is a dioecious or monoecious woody climber that can grow to 15 m.

Burren myrtle. They are 4 to 7 mm long. trillarin (disogenin diglucoside). Roth L. Bleaberry. and hemorrhoidal bleeding. whose spurred appendage is erect. which are enclosed and shorter than the styles. 1-8: Springer Verlag Berlin. Bilberry Leaf DESCRIPTION Medicinal Parts: The medicinal parts are the dried leaves. Flower and Fruit: The flowers are axillary and solitary. Kormann K. blue-black. Bilberry Extract. Nakano K et al. Not to be Confused With: Myrtilli folium should not be confused with the fruits of Vaccinium uliginosum. Standardized Bilberry Extract. dwarf shrub with sharp-edged. Giftpflanzen. Stem and Root: The plant is a deciduous. New York. it should not be used during pregnancy. . nologenin Tannins EFFECTS Betula species See Birch The drug has astringent and expectorant properties. Aufl. Chemotaxonomie der Pflanzen. In: DAZ 137(26):2253-2261. Berlin 1962-1997. therefore. (1981) Chem Pharm Bull 29 (2):325. (1983) Phytochemistry 22 (5):1249.) Time Release Bilberry Power. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Arzneimittel. Airelle. greenish and tinged with pale pink. Heidelberg. ulcers. Super Bilberry Plus. Trackleberry Mode of Administration: The ground drug and liquid extract are used for infusions and poultices. 789. Aufl. Nachdruck. it is used for varicose veins. Madaus G. Hegnauer R. hematoma. (1982) J Chem Soc Chem Commun. Asia and North America. Hurts. INDICATIONS AND USAGE Bidens tripartita See Burr Marigold Unproven Uses: Internally. CONTRAINDICATIONS Bilberry Vaccinium TRADE NAMES The drug should not be used during pregnancy. persistent and indistinctly 5-lobed.. the irritation can cause vomiting. In higher dosages. 4. Leaves. aglycones including cryptogenic chlorogenin. Daily Dosage: The usual dose is 2 to 4 gm dissolved in liquid as an infusion. Other Names: Whortleberry.. They have glabro