By Hwee-ling Koh, Chay-hoon Tan, Tung-kian Chua
This booklet provides updated details on a complete of seventy five local and non-native medicinal vegetation becoming in Singapore. complete and precious info from the printed literature -- together with plant descriptions and origins, conventional medicinal makes use of, phytoconstituents, pharmacological actions, opposed reactions, toxicities, and said drug herb interactions -- is gifted in an easy-to-read demeanour for simple and speedy reference. there isn't any minimal point of information required to learn this ebook, and botanical and scientific glossaries also are supplied for readers comfort. The e-book should be of serious useful profit to a wide-ranging viewers. Educators and scholars in complementary medication and well-being, pharmacognosy, medicinal chemistry, traditional items, pharmacology, toxicology, pharmacovigilance, medication, pharmacy, nursing, botany, biology, chemistry and lifestyles sciences will locate the knowledge valuable. The ebook also will entice clinicians, pharmacists, nurses and researchers, because it incorporates a complete reference checklist on the finish for extra analyzing. Contents: medical Names universal Names Descriptions foundation Phytoconstituents conventional Medicinal makes use of Pharmacological actions Dosage adversarial Reactions Toxicity Contraindications Drug Herb Interactions Botanical thesaurus scientific thesaurus.
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Toxicity: In cases of overdose or prolonged administration, loss of electrolytes, especially potassium ions, aldosteronism, albuminuria, haematuria, inhibition of intestinal motility and muscle weakness may occur.  Contraindications: Contraindicated with acute inflammatory diseases of intestine and appendicitis. Should not be used during pregnancy and while nursing.  Enhancement of effects of cardioactive steroids may occur.  19. ) G. ) G. Don is a herb, up to 80 cm tall. Stem is woody, slightly branched and all parts contain white milky latex.
Is a small shrub that can grow up to 10 m tall. The leaves are obovate, 6–9 cm long with smooth margins. They have an acute apex and a cuneate leaf base. The leaves have a leathery texture.  Dosage: No information as yet. Adverse Reactions: No information as yet. Toxicity: No information as yet. Contraindications: No information as yet. Drug-Herb Interactions: No information as yet. 7. Areca catechu L. (Palmae) Betel Nut Palm, Areca Nut, Pinang Fruit of Areca catechu Areca catechu tree Description: Areca catechu L.
18 8. Asplenium nidus L. Adverse Reactions: No information as yet. Toxicity: No information as yet. Contraindications: No information as yet. Drug-Herb Interactions: No information as yet. 19 9. f. f. is a small shrub with abundant fibrous roots. Leaf blades are oblanceolate to lanceolate, margins serrate or entire, 4–18 by 1–5 cm and acute.  Dosage: No information as yet. 20 9. f. Adverse Reactions: No information as yet. Toxicity: No information as yet. Contraindications: No information as yet.
A Guide to Medicinal Plants An Illustrated, Scientific and Medicinal Approach by Hwee-ling Koh, Chay-hoon Tan, Tung-kian Chua