Gravel root (Eupatorium purpureum)

Cytotoxic sesquiterpene lactones from Eupatorium lindleyanum

Three new germacrane sesquiterpenes, eupalinolides C-E (1-3), along with three known germacrane sesquiterpenes, eupalinolide A (4), eupalinolide B (5), and 3?-acetoxy-8?-(4'-hydroxytigloyloxy)-14...

Further Sesquiterpene Lactones from Eupatorium semialatum

Six new sesquiterpene lactones were isolated from Eupatorium semialatum (Asteraceae). Their structures were elucidated as esters of the eudesmanolides8?-hydroxyreynosin (1 and 2), 8?-hydroxybalch...

Give these critical organs the care they deserve

Focuses on herbal medicine preventing kidney abnormalities. Effects of corn silk; Discussion on the medical importance of gravel root; Action of stone root.

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