Espe elem: Ruta chalepensis L. Lire la suite de Ruta Description botanique: Tree 6 m tall with spines. Planta Med – Nahrstedt A, Eilert U, Wolters B () Rutacridone II Ruta graveolens – Revue botanique, chimique et pharmacologique (Etude. Scientific Name: Ruta graveolens L. Range Description: The plant originates in eastern Europe (Balkan Peninsula, . Le reseau de la botanique francophone.
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Rue officinaleCapsules et graines. It has been found elsewhere as an introduced species.
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Filter, cool down and drink 1 cup 3 times a day BoxAH Wageningen, Netherlands. Korean J Pharmacog Information on the antifertility effect of Ruta chalepensis presents a mixed picture. Views View Edit History.
This image has been assessed under the valued image criteria and is considered the most valued image on Commons within the scope: Medpharm Scientific, Stuttgart, Germany. Available in JPEG format, this image may be downloaded for all kinds of professional uses and in different resolutions up to 2, x 4, pixels in DPI. Plant Med Phytother 18 1: Among the Tswana of southern Africa, a decoction of the whole plant in high doses is taken to ease childbirth.
For all reported uses: The above-ground non-woody parts are preferably dried in the shade, and should be regularly turned as they do not dry easily. Aerial parts are claimed to have diuretic effects, but hypothermal properties are not observed This document was made as part of the Ds Phoebus.
There is no available information documenting the safety of medicinal use in children or in women during pregnancy or while breast feeding. Ruta chalepensis Ruta chalepensis – fringed rue x – k – jpg www. The fruit and the juice of Citrus chalepsnsis are widely used for human consumption and are an industrial source of essential oil.
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J Agric Food Chem 38 desription J Agric Food Chem 39 4: Small tree with irregular branches up to 5 m tall, with thick, rigid, sharp thorns. According to published and other information: You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use.
Ruta chalepensis and Ruta graveolens have traditionally been used for centuries as a condiment of food and alcoholic beverages in the Mediterranean region, but their use chalepensiis much declined because of its bitterness. Active carbon was used to measure intestinal transit and observation was made 1 hour alter the administration of the extracts.
The leaves are compound, each divided into several segments which are subdivided into smaller chalepenssi. The fresh fruit juice caused stimulation of gastric secretion The effects of aqueous extracts of some crude drugs in short term screening test.
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Natural Product Research rta 3: The chemical composition of both species is almost identical. The medicinal and poisonous plants of southern and eastern Africa. In Ethiopia it is cultivated at — m altitude. Ruta chalepensis is cultivated in several countries in tropical Africa where it is used for cooking and medicinal purposes.
The groups were observed for another 7 days after the treatment period. Application of the linear, phototoxic furanocoumarins in medicine as found in Ruta is well documented, for instance in the treatment of psoriasis. In South Africa, a leaf decoction of Ruta chalepensis or Ruta graveolens is taken for the treatment of typhoid and scarlet fever, whereas the leaf juice is given to children suffering from convulsions, fits, jaundice and diarrhoea.
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Same Series See 1, photos from the same series. J Appl Bacteriol 71 5: It is described as an hypocholesterolemic but not as an hypotriglyceridemic I, the copyright holder of this work, hereby publish it under the following license: Ruta graveolens is a polyploid.
This Rutaceae article is a stub. Qualitative and quantitative differences are also found for the different parts of the plants. Get 10 free images. Ruta chalepensis Ruta chalepensis: The essential oils from aerial parts of Ruta chalepensis plants harvested at different stages of growth in northern India contained 19 components, representing The control group, subjected to the same conditions, received distilled water 0. Biol Pharm Bull 23 3: In the case of diarrhea, the use of this resource can be considered complementary to oral re-hydration therapy.
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