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Pharmacodynamic basis of herbal medicine / Manuchair Ebadi

By: Ebadi, Manuchair S
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Boca Raton, Fla. : CRC Press, c2002Edition: 1st EdDescription: xxviii, 726 p. : ill. ; 27 cmISBN: 0849307430Other title: Herbal medicineSubject(s): Herbs -- Therapeutic useDDC classification: 615.321 LOC classification: RM666.H33 | E23 2002
Contents:
Ch. 1. Alternative therapies -- Ch. 2. Herbal therapeutics then and now -- Ch. 3. Vitamins and diet -- Ch. 4. Dietary antioxidants -- Ch. 5. Food-drug interactions -- Ch. 6. Herb-drug interactions -- Ch. 7. Natural products as a resource for established and new drugs -- Ch. 8. Herbal products for the chemotherapy of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection -- Ch. 9. Aloe and colon function -- Ch. 10. Alkaloids -- Ch. 11. Manuka and fungal diseases -- Ch. 12. Banisterine, selegiline, and Parkinson's Disease -- Ch. 13. Belladonna -- Ch. 14. Botulinum toxin -- Ch. 15. Brussels sprouts -- Ch. 16. Cannabis, or marijuana -- Ch. 17. Cinchona tree -- Ch. 18. Capsicum, rosemary, and turmeric -- Ch. 19. Carotenoids -- Ch. 20. Coca -- Ch. 21. Chocolate -- Ch. 22. Colchicine and gout -- Ch. 23. Compositae -- Ch. 24. Curare and neuromuscular blockade -- Ch. 25. Daffodil and Alzheimer's Disease -- Ch. 26. Ephedrine, or Ma Huang, as a decongestant and vasopressor -- Ch. 27. Ergot, its alkaloids, and headache -- Ch. 28. Folate in fruit -- Ch. 29. Flavonoids -- Ch. 30. Foxglove, cardiac glycosides, and congestive heart failure -- Ch. 31. Ginko biloba -- Ch. 32. Ginseng and cholinergic transmission -- Ch. 33. Green and black teas -- Ch. 34. Horseradish and antiplatelet actions -- Ch. 35. Plants and diabetes -- Ch. 36. Hypericum (St. John's Wort) and depression -- Ch. 37. Ipecac -- Ch. 38. Algae -- Ch. 39. Tomatoes -- Ch. 40. Marine therapeutics -- Ch. 41. Morphine -- Ch. 42. Oats (Avena sativa L.) and their antioxidant activity -- Ch. 43. Olives and olive oil -- Ch. 44. Onion and garlic -- Ch. 45. Pilocarpine and glaucoma -- Ch. 46. Plantain has immunoenhancing actions -- Ch. 47. Pycnogenol -- Ch. 48. Pygeum africanum and premixon for the treatment of patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia -- Ch. 49. Reserpine -- Ch. 50. Rhubarb -- Ch. 51. Saffron -- Ch. 52. Salicylate -- Ch. 53. Sheng jing and male infertility -- Ch. 54. Sponges and steroids -- Ch. 55. Taxol (Paclitaxel) and cancer chemotherapy -- Ch. 56. Herbal plants and tuberculosis -- Ch. 57. Ulcer therapy with herbal medicine -- Ch. 58. Valerian for sleep disorders -- Ch. 59. Wine -- Ch. 60. Yogurt and the immune system
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 697-701) and index

Ch. 1. Alternative therapies -- Ch. 2. Herbal therapeutics then and now -- Ch. 3. Vitamins and diet -- Ch. 4. Dietary antioxidants -- Ch. 5. Food-drug interactions -- Ch. 6. Herb-drug interactions -- Ch. 7. Natural products as a resource for established and new drugs -- Ch. 8. Herbal products for the chemotherapy of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection -- Ch. 9. Aloe and colon function -- Ch. 10. Alkaloids -- Ch. 11. Manuka and fungal diseases -- Ch. 12. Banisterine, selegiline, and Parkinson's Disease -- Ch. 13. Belladonna -- Ch. 14. Botulinum toxin -- Ch. 15. Brussels sprouts -- Ch. 16. Cannabis, or marijuana -- Ch. 17. Cinchona tree -- Ch. 18. Capsicum, rosemary, and turmeric -- Ch. 19. Carotenoids -- Ch. 20. Coca -- Ch. 21. Chocolate -- Ch. 22. Colchicine and gout -- Ch. 23. Compositae -- Ch. 24. Curare and neuromuscular blockade -- Ch. 25. Daffodil and Alzheimer's Disease -- Ch. 26. Ephedrine, or Ma Huang, as a decongestant and vasopressor -- Ch. 27. Ergot, its alkaloids, and headache -- Ch. 28. Folate in fruit -- Ch. 29. Flavonoids -- Ch. 30. Foxglove, cardiac glycosides, and congestive heart failure -- Ch. 31. Ginko biloba -- Ch. 32. Ginseng and cholinergic transmission -- Ch. 33. Green and black teas -- Ch. 34. Horseradish and antiplatelet actions -- Ch. 35. Plants and diabetes -- Ch. 36. Hypericum (St. John's Wort) and depression -- Ch. 37. Ipecac -- Ch. 38. Algae -- Ch. 39. Tomatoes -- Ch. 40. Marine therapeutics -- Ch. 41. Morphine -- Ch. 42. Oats (Avena sativa L.) and their antioxidant activity -- Ch. 43. Olives and olive oil -- Ch. 44. Onion and garlic -- Ch. 45. Pilocarpine and glaucoma -- Ch. 46. Plantain has immunoenhancing actions -- Ch. 47. Pycnogenol -- Ch. 48. Pygeum africanum and premixon for the treatment of patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia -- Ch. 49. Reserpine -- Ch. 50. Rhubarb -- Ch. 51. Saffron -- Ch. 52. Salicylate -- Ch. 53. Sheng jing and male infertility -- Ch. 54. Sponges and steroids -- Ch. 55. Taxol (Paclitaxel) and cancer chemotherapy -- Ch. 56. Herbal plants and tuberculosis -- Ch. 57. Ulcer therapy with herbal medicine -- Ch. 58. Valerian for sleep disorders -- Ch. 59. Wine -- Ch. 60. Yogurt and the immune system

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