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Definition of Inula helenium

Inula helenium
Helenin Hel"e*nin, n. (Chem.) A neutral organic substance found in the root of the elecampane (Inula helenium), and extracted as a white crystalline or oily material, with a slightly bitter taste.

Meaning of Inula helenium from wikipedia

- Elecampane (/ˌɛlɪkæmˈpeɪn/), Inula helenium, also called horse-heal or elfdock, is a widespread plant species in the sunflower family Asteraceae. It is...
- Inula helenioides DC. Inula helenium L. – elecampane Inula helianthus-aquatica Inula helvetica Weber Inula hirta L. Inula hookeri C. B. Clarke Inula hupehensis...
- a phytochemical mixture found in many plant species, including the Inula helenium (elecampane) of the family Asteraceae. It is a mixture of two isomeric...
- German scientist Valentin Rose. He found “a peculiar substance” from Inula helenium roots by boiling-water extraction. In the 1920s, Irvine used chemical...
- labiate plants. Also, Anthyllis vulneraria. Yellow starwort - Elecampane, Inula helenium. Yellow-wort - Chlora perfoliata, Gentianaceae "World of Words: A word...
- albus Hyoscyamus niger Hyperi**** perforatum Hyssopus officinalis I Inula helenium Iris florentina Isatis tinctoria J Jasminum officinale Jasminum sambac...
- leucanthemum, Cirsium arvense, Eupatorium cannabinum, Inula britannica, Inula conyza, Inula helenium, Pulicaria dysenterica and Tanacetum species. They create...
- become too fibrous Inula crithmoides Golden samphire Young leaves may be eaten raw or cooked as a leaf vegetable. Inula helenium Elecampane Leaves are...
- pharmaceutical synthesis of anti-influenza drug oseltamivir (Tamiflu). Inula helenium Elecampane It is used in herbal medicine as an expectorant and for water...
- meadow-steppes which includes various species of cereals and clover, Geranium, Inula, Cephalaria, Scabiosa, Galium, Tragopogon, Betonica, Primula, Plantago,...