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The constituents of taraxacum root

by Frederick B. Power

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Published by Wellcome Chemical Research Laboratories in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plant Roots, chemistry,
  • Taraxacum, chemistry

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Frederick B. Power and Henry Browning, jun
    SeriesPublished papers (Wellcome Chemical Research Laboratories) -- no. 146.
    ContributionsBrowning, Henry, Royal College of Surgeons of England
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 2412-2429 ;
    Number of Pages2429
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26257562M

    METHODS: The chemical composition of roots of Taraxacum Syriacum Boiss was analyzed by SPME-GC/MS method. Hepatocellular injuries induced by acetaminophen (APAP) were assessed by liver histology, serum aminotransferase activities, antioxidant enzymes activity and lipid peroxidation in Cited by: 3. The root is primarily considered a gastrointestinal remedy supporting digestion and liver function, while the leaf is used as a diuretic and bitter digestive stimulant. Dandelion (Taraxacum spp) is used in many traditional and modern herbal medical systems, as particularly has been documented in Asia, Europe, and North America. The root is.

    "The dried rhizome and roots of Taraxacum officinale Weber (Fam. Compositae). Preserve the thoroughly dried drug in tightly-closed containers, adding a few drops of chloroform or carbon tetrachloride, from time to time, to prevent attack by insects." U. S. "Taraxacum Root is the fresh root of Taraxacum officinale, Wiggers. Collected in the autumn.".   Dandelion or Taraxacum officinale is a well-known medicinal plant that grows naturally in Europe, North and South America and Asia. Dandelion is a source of various nutrients and biologically active substances and its root and leaves contain vitamins (A, K, C and B-complex), minerals (calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc and iron), micronutrients, fibre, lecithin and by: 3.

    Trojanova I, Rada V, Kokoska L, Vlkova E. The bifidogenic effect of Taraxacum officinale root. Fitoterapia ; View abstract. Taraxacum mongolicum is a PERENNIAL growing to m (0ft 8in). The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Insects. The plant is self-fertile. Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and prefers well-drained soil. Suitable pH: acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade.


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CCLII.—The constituents of taraxacum root. Frederick Belding Power and Henry Browning, jun. Abstract. The first page of this article is displayed as the abstract.

For reproduction of material from all other RSC journals and books. Three sesquiterpene lactone compounds, two novel(1β, 3β-dihydroxy-6β, 11β, 4α, 5α, 7αH-eudesm,6-olideO-β-D-glucopyranoside, 1β, 3β-dihydroxy-6β, 4β, 5α, 7αH-eudesm en,6-olideO-β-D-glucopyranoside) and 1β, 3β-dihydroxy-6β, 11β, 4α, 5α, 7αH-eudesm,6-olide were isolated from the aqueous fraction of MeOH extract of the roots fromTaraxacum hallaisanensis Cited by: 9.

The constituents of Taraxacum hallaisanensis roots Article (PDF Available) in Archives of Pharmacal Research 19(6) December with 46 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Chemical constituents of Taraxacum officinale: The leaves of the plant contain sesquitepene lactones, triterpenes and sterols.

The whole plant contains eudesmanolides. Compare: Choline, a constituent of Taraxacum root, has given encouraging results in the treatment of cancer. Choline is closely related to Neurin, it is the PREFACE PREFACE signs and symptoms of the homeopathy remedy from the Text Book of Materia Medica and Therapeutics of Rare Homeopathic Remedies by Oscar Hansen.

Find out the indications Author: William Boericke. Compare: Choline, a constituent of Taraxacum root, has given encouraging results in the treatment of cancer. Choline is closely related to Neurin, it is the "Cancronie" of Prof.

Adamkiewicz (E. Schlegel). The therapeutic actions of Taraxacum species have partially been ascribed to their bitter principles, more precisely to some sesquiterpenes typical of members of the Compositae. In extracts of Taraxacum officinale WEBER roots, a number of such sesquiterpenes including the eudesmanolides tetrahydroridentin B and taraxacolide-O-β-glucopyranoside (Hänsel et al., ), the guaianolides Cited by: Chemical ConstituentsThe chief constituents of Dandelion root are Taraxacin, acrystalline, bitter substance, of which the yield varies in roots collected at different seasons, and Taraxacerin, an acrid resin, with Inulin (a sort of sugar which replaces starch in many of the Dandelion family, Compositae), gluten, gum and potash.

The root contains no starch, but early in the year contains much. RESULTS Nutritional components The content of main nutritional components in the Taraxacum mongolicum were shown in Table 1, which indicated that moisture, carbohydrate and protein are the major part of nutrients in the dandelion and its high protein ( ± %) showed its better nutritional value in the leaf by: 6.

constituents of medicinally important plant Taraxacum officinale in its aqueous and methanol extract of root, stem and flower. Saponins, flavonoids, alkaloids, phenols were highly concentrated in File Size: 76KB.

The qualities of dandelion (Taraxacum officinale), a plant of the spontaneous flora of Romania and the possibility of using it in food were highlighted. Currently used only for consumption as medicinal tea with beneficial effects on the body, dandelion has a chemical composition that allows its use in dairy products, pastries, desserts, etc.

Other constituents of taraxacum root are a resin, soluble in chloroform and ether, insoluble in alcohol; a resin soluble in alcohol; taraxacerin of Kromayer (), a white waxy substance, crystallizing in cauliflower-like formations, and taraxacin (Polex, ), a bitter, amorphous principle, which, in concentrated solutions, forms precipitates with a number of alkaloidal reagents.

The aim of this study was to determine the chemical composition and antioxidant activity of dandelion [Taraxacum officinale (Weber) ex Wigg.] and sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides Rousi) leaves grown in Poland (53°20′35″N, 14°58′10″E).Both the leaves of sea buckthorn and common dandelion were found to be a very good source of essential nutrients and by: 3.

Taraxacum (/ t ə ˈ r æ k s ə k ʊ m /) is a large genus of flowering plants in the family Asteraceae, which consists of species commonly known as genus is native to Eurasia and North America, but the two commonplace species worldwide, T.

officinale and T. erythrospermum, were introduced from Europe and now propagate as wildflowers. Both species are edible in their : Asteraceae. The root is stimulating to the digestive system, most notably the liver. It is indicated in any condition of liver and/or gall-bladder inflammation and stasis including cholelithiasis, metabolic toxicity, and jaundice.

Taraxacum root is alterative for chronic toxic conditions manifesting as eczema, acne, arthritis, chronic gastritis and enteritis. Constituents: Dandelion has been used for diuretic, choleretic, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidative, anti-carcinogenic, analgesic, anti-hyperglycemic, anti-coagulatory and prebiotic effects.

1 One study has found that constituents of Taraxacum mongolicum include artemetin, quercetin, luteolin, luteolinO-beta-D-glucopyranoside, caffeic acid, esculetin, stigmasterol, and taraxasteryl acetate. 20 The. The root is stimulating to the digestive system, most notably the liver.

It is indicated in any condition of liver and/or gall-bladder inflammation and stasis including cholelithiasis, metabolic toxicity, and jaundice. Taraxacum root is alterative for chronic toxic conditions manifesting as eczema, acne, arthritis, chronic gastritis and enteritis.

Its psychoactive and physiologically active constituents, known as cannabinoids, are found in the flowers (and to a lesser extent the leaves, and minimally in the stems, and seeds).

The cannabinoids, primarily Δ‎9-THC, are responsible for the plant’s behavioral and psychotropic effects. Taraxacum officinale Weber ex Wigg., radix cum herba. Herbal preparation(s) Dried root with herb, comminuted. Dry extract (DER ), extraction solvent ethanol 60% V/V: Liquid extract (DER ) extraction solvent ethanol 30% V/V.

Liquid extract (DER ) extraction solvent ethanol 30% m/m. Expressed juice. from fresh. Bogacheva AM, Rudenskaya GN, Preusser A, Tchikileva IO, Dunaevsky YE, Golovkin BN, Stepanov VM () A new subtilisin-like proteinase from roots of the dandelion Taraxacum officinale Webb S.

Biochemistry (Mosc) 64(9)– Google Scholar. All biotypes had acceptable metal concentrations for use as cattle feed. In greenhouse tests, all biotypes required similar doses of glyphosate to reduce growth by 50%. All biotypes have considerable tolerance to glyphosate at rates to at least kg a.e.

ha-1, root fragments remained that were capable of supporting new leaf : J. R. Moyer, A. L. Boswall, L. M. Kawchuk, T. Entz, B. Tovell, B. Lee.Taraxacum officinale, the common dandelion (often simply called "dandelion"), is a flowering herbaceous perennial plant of the family Asteraceae (Compositae).

It can be found growing in temperate regions of the world, in lawns, on roadsides, on disturbed banks and shores of water ways, and other areas with moist soils. T. officinale is considered a weed, especially in lawns and along Clade: Angiosperms.Constituents of Taraxacum spp.

are immune potentiating and anticarcinogenic in mice [Jeong ; Takasaki (I) ; Takasaki (II) ]. However, effects on tumor necrosis factor and interleukin-1 are inconclusive [Kim ; Koo ]. Taraxinic acid, a constituent of Taraxacum coreanum, may inhibit human leukemia cells in vitro [Choi ].