Asthma unkraut euphorbia hirta

Asthma,Euphorbia hirta and its anti-inflammatory properties O.E.Ekpo * and E.Pretorius*‡ E UPHORBIAHIRTA ISAPLANTUSEDINTRADI- tional medicine for a variety of diseases, such as cough, asthma, colic dysentery Anti-inflammatory and anxiolytic activities of Euphorbia hirta The current study evaluated the anti-inflammatory and anxiolytic activities of Euphorbia hirta extract in neonatal asthmatic rats. Rats were assigned to the following groups: group I, sham (normal rats); group II, control (asthmatic rats); group III, E. hirta extract (100 µg/100 µl) and group IV, E. hirta extract (200 µg/100 µl). Euphorbia hirta - Useful Tropical Plants Euphorbia hirta is a host to many fungal pathogens and may as such act as a reservoir of pathogenic fungi, which can infect nearby susceptible crops. Trypanosomatid flagellates (Phytomonas spp.) were detected in Euphorbia hirta plants in coconut plantations. Euphorbia hirta also acts as a host to several insect vectors, including the aphid Aphis craccivora, a vector of the rosette virus

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Pharmacological Potential of Asthma Weed (Euphorbia hirta)

Classification of Asthma Weed (Euphorbia hirta). In traditional Indian medicinal systems Euphorbia hirta is used in the treatment of asthma. Euphorbia hirta is used in the treatment of cancer, diarrhea, dysentery, intestinal, asthma, bronchitis, fever, eyelid styes, cough, asthma, bronchial infections, bowel complaints, helminthic infestations, wounds, kidney stones and abscesses etc. Euphorbia hirta Asthma Weed, Pill-Bearing Spurge PFAF Plant Euphorbia hirta is a ANNUAL growing to 0.3 m (1ft) by 0.3 m (1ft in). It is frost tender. The species is monoecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but both sexes can be found on the same plant) and is pollinated by Insects. Wolfsmilch – Ein Mittel gegen Hautkrebs Garten-Wolfsmilch gegen Asthma, Warzen und Hautkrebs. Die Garten-Wolfsmilch (Euphorbia peplus) gilt heute gemeinhin als Unkraut und wird - kaum dass sie erscheint - von den meisten Hobbygärtnern gedankenlos aus dem Boden gerissen. In früheren Zeiten brachte man der kleinen unscheinbaren Pflanze deutlich mehr Wertschätzung entgegen.

Euphorbia hirta wirkt angstlösend, schmerzlindernd, entzündungshemmend und beruhigend. In der traditionellen Medizin Westafrikas wird das Kraut hauptsächlich gegen Durchfall, Ruhr, Asthma, Erkrankungen der Atemwege, Verstopfung und Darmkatarrh sowie zur Förderung der Produktion von Muttermilch verwendet.

Asthma plant, or more commonly known in the world of botany as euphorbia hirta, is actually a weed that is said to originate from India but can now be found in various tropical regions. If you live in a place where the climate is warm, chances are you have already seen an asthma plant — … EUPHORBIA HIRTA L. - ASTHMA WEED.