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Pharmacopoeial Standards of Herbal Plants (In 2 Volumes)
Pharmacopoeial Standards of Herbal Plants (In 2 Volumes)

Pharmacopoeial Standards of Herbal Plants (In 2 Volumes)

by C R Karnick

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English

Publisher

Sri Satguru Publications

ISBN

817030413X - Year: 1994 - Pages: 538

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Hardcover

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Author: C R Karnick
Publisher: Sri Satguru Publications
Year: 1994
Language: English
Pages: 538
ISBN/UPC (if available): 817030413X

Description

The available information concerning drugs and medicinal plants in Europe and India are scattered through a large number of books and periodicals in various languages as well as official documents, which have only a very limited circulation.

The author now presented to the public, have endeavoured to collect and verify this information. British flora and Indian floras have been scrutinised and common plants in usage in Ayurvedic Medicine is recorded. Plant species had been confirmed from local herbia and Kew gardens phytochemical investigations are been carried over a decade by the author. Clinical and toxicity studies has been done. The entire herbal investigations are the outcome of the study of three major disciplines: phytochemical, botanical and clinical investigations and summarized into pharmacopoel standards after comparisation with European and Indian pharmacopoeia.

European herbal flora represents temperate vegetation, while Indian herbal flora of tropical plants. Some plants are common in Europe and India.

India is a sub-continent with varied flora both temperate and tropical species. Ayurvedic herbal medicine encompass both the regions and only those species are recorded which could be useful to physicians interested in herbal therapies.

Contents

VOLUME I

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

INTRODUCTION

HERBALS (PHARMACOPOEIAL STANDARDS)

1. Acacia

2. Adhiantum

3. Agrimonia

4. Alchemilla

5. Aletria

6. Angelica

7. Amica

8. Asafoetida

9. Agathosma

10. Aconitum

11. Aphanes

12. Anethum

13. Arctostaphylos

14. Alpinia

15. Allium

16. Althaea

17. Apium

18. Acorus

19. Agropyron

20. Artemisia

21. Asclepias

22. Avena

23. Atropa

24. Ammoniacum

25. Baptisia

26. Berberis

27. Betonica

28. Bidens

29. Ballota

30. Bryonia

31. Bassia

32. Cinchona

33. Cimicifuga

34. Chondrus

35. Calluna

36. Calendula

37. Castanea

38. Cephaelis

39. Chamaelirium

40. Centella

41. Centaurium

42. Capsicum

43. Caulophyllum

44. Chionanthus

45. Carum

46. Capsella

47. Cetraria

48. Chelone

49. Chelidonium

50. Cassia

51. Cinnamomum

52. cola

53. Cnicus

54. Collinsonia

55. Commiphora

56. Cypripedium

57. Convallaria

58. Crataegus

59. Drosera

60. Datura

61. Dioscorea

62. Euphrasia

63. Electtaria

64. Ephedra

65. Euonymus

66. Eupatorium

67. Eryngium

68. Equisetum

69. Euphorbia

70. Echinacea

71. Fumaria

72. Fucus

73. Foeniculum

74. Frangula

75. Fillipendula

76. Fagopyrum

77. Gaultheria

78. Galium

79. Galega

80. Gentiana

81. Gelsemium

82. Glycyrrhiza

83. Guaiacum

84. Grindelia

85. Guarea

86. Gossypoum

87. gileadensis

88. Geranium

89. Geum

90. Hamamelis

91. Hibiscus

92. Hedychium

93. Heliotropium

94. Holarrhena

95. Humulus

96. Hyssopus

97. Hydrangea

98. Hypericum

99. Hydrastis

100.Hemidesmus

101.Inula

102.Ilex

103.Iris

104.Jateorhiza

105.Jacobaea

106.Juglans

107.Juniperus

108.Krameria

109.Lactuca

110.Lavandula

111.Lawsonia

112.Leptadenia

113.Lepidium

114.Leonurus

115.Lycopus

116.Leucas

117.Levisticum

118.Linum

119.Liriosma

120.Lobelia

121.Lobaria

122.Luffa

123.Lappa

124.Myristica

125.Myrica

126.Mentha

127.Millefolium

128.menyanthes

129.Mitchella

130.Matricaria

131.Medicago

132.Marrubium

133.Marsdenia

134.Melissa

135.Nepeta

136.Nymphaea

137.Opuntia

138.Panax

139.Pulsatilla

140.Podophyllum

141.Plantago

142.Plantago (Ovata)

143.Piscidia

144.Piper

145.Pulmonaria

146.Pimpinella

147.Populus

148.Picrasma

149.Phytolacca

150.Petroselinum

151.Peumus

152.Parietaria

153.Polygonim

154.Passiflora

155.Pilosella

156.Primula

157.Prunus

158.Quillaja

159.Quercus

160.Ranunculus

161.Rhus

162.Rhamnus

163.Rubus

164.Rosa

165.Salix

166.Salvia

167.Sanguisorba

168.Smilax

169.Syzygium

170.Scoparium

171.Tanacetum

172.Taraxacum

173.Thymus

174.tilia

175.Trifolium

176.Terminalia

177.Thuja

178.Uliginosum

179.Zingilber

Index

Volume II

Acknowledgments

Pharmacopoeia Committee

1. All-spice

2. Aloe

3. American cranesbill

4. Astragalus

5. Asparagus

6. Balm of gliead

7. Balmony

8. Bay berry

9. Bear-berry

10. Bergamot

11. Beth root

12. Bistort

13. Black cohosh

14. Black howk

15. Black mustard

16. Black root

17. Bladderwrack

18. Blessed thistle

19. Blood root

20. Blue flag

21. Bogbean

22. Boldo

23. Bone set

24. Borage

25. Broom

26. Buchu

27. Burdock

28. Camphor

29. Cardomom

30. Catnip

31. Centaury

32. Chaste tree

33. Chickweed

34. Chinese rhubarb

35. Chicory

36. Cleavers

37. Clove

38. Colts foot

39. Comfrey

40. Common plantain

41. Corn silk

42. Corydalis

43. Cost-mary

44. Cough grass

45. Cawslip

46. Crampbark

47. Dandelion

48. Devils claw

49. Eye-bright

50. Elder

51. Elecampane

52. Eucalyptus

53. Evenign primrose

54. Eye-bright

55. False Unions Root

56. Flax

57. Fumitory

58. Globe artichoke

59. Golden seal

60. German chamomile

61. Golden rod

62. Greater celandine

63. Heart-case

64. Heather

65. Honey suckle

66. Hops

67. Horse radish

68. Hawthorn

69. Horse chestnut

70. Horse tails

71. Fennel

72. Fenugreek

73. Fewer few

74. Figwort

75. Fox-glove

76. Fringe tree

77. Iceland moss

78. Irish moss

79. Kava-Kava

80. Ladies mantle

81. Lady’s slopper

82. Lavender

83. Lemon balm

84. Lemon verbena

85. Lesser celandine

86. Licorice

87. Lily of the valley

88. Lvage

89. Lung wort

90. Marsh mallow

91. Meadow-sweet

92. Mistletoe

93. Mother wort

94. Mountain grape

95. Mugwort

96. Mullein

97. Oak

98. Oats

99. Opium

100.Oregano

101.Orris

102.Pasque flower

103.Passion flower

104.penny royal

105.Pepper

106.Peppermint

107.Peruvian bark

108.Pill-bearing spurge

109.Poke-root

110.Queen’s delight

111.Raspberry

112.Rosemary

113.Rue

114.Sage

115.Sarsaparilla

116.Saw palmetto

117.Self-heal

118.Dracontium

119.Shepherd’s purse

120.Silver birch

121.Skull-cap

122.Soapwort

123.Squawvine

124.Squill

125.St. John’s wort

126.Stinging nettle

127.Stone root

128.Summer savory

129.Sweet basil

130.Sweet marjoram

131.Sweet violet

132.Tansy

133.Tarragon

134.Thorn-apple

135.Thyme

136.Tormentil

137.Valerian

138.Vervain

139.Water cress

140.White horsehound

141.Wild cherry

142.Wild indigo

143.Wild lettuce

144.Wild yam

145.Witch hazel

146.Wood avens

147.Wood betony

148.Wood sorrel

149.Wormwood

150.Yarrow

151.Yellow dock

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