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  1. Sagrada Familia
  2. cascara sagrada

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Google previewHow to Pass the Board (1920)

A Text Book for Preparing Students to Pass the Examinations of Any State Board of Pharmacy by D. Chas O'Connor

Cascara sagrada is an excellent drug for constipation and it has considerable value as a tonic. The official preparations are the Ext. Fldext. and arom. Fldext., all U. S. P. The dose of the extract is 4 grains, the Fldext. l5 minims, the arom. fldext.

Google previewThe Journal of the National Association of Retail Druggists (1914)

Official Organ of the N.A.R.D.

It is a quite prevalent opinion that the removal of the bitter principle from cascara sagrada is a distinct handicap to its most...

Another very important matter in connection with cascara sagrada is that it is not a direct cathartic, and its use in the ...

Google previewPharmacology and Therapeutics (1905)

by Reynold Webb Wilcox, Sir William Hale-White

Cascara sagrada is a simple, but efficient, purgative, which does not occasion much griping. Its action resembles that of...

Google previewMateria Medica and Therapeutics (1917)

Including Pharmacy and Pharmacology by Reynold Webb Wilcox

Cascara sagrada is a simple, but efficient, purgative, which does not occasion much griping. One of the...

Google previewMedical Toxicology of Natural Substances (2008)

Foods, Fungi, Medicinal Herbs, Plants, and Venomous Animals by Donald G. Barceloux

Physical Description: Cascara sagrada is an erect shrub with multiple stems that...

Google previewThe Spatula (1918)

by Irving P. Fox

Cascara sagrada is an excellent drug for constipation, and it has considerable value as a tonic. The official preparations are the Extract, Flext. and Aromatic Flext. all U.S. P. The dose of the Extract is 4 grains, the Flext , 15 minims, the Aromatic ...

Google previewTherapeutics, Materia Medica, and Pharmacy (1917)

The Special Therapeutics of Diseases and Symptoms, the Physiological and Therapeutical Actions of Drugs, the Modern Materia Medica, Official and Practical Pharmacy, Prescription Writing, and Antidotal and Antagonistic Treatment of Poisoning by Samuel Otway Lewis Potter

Cascara Sagrada is a member of the class called the Anthracene derivates of which the other members are the phthaleins (phenolphthalein) and the vegetable drugs, aloes, frangula, rhubarb and senna.

Google previewA Modern Herbal (2013)

by Margaret Grieve

Cascara Sagrada is a mild laxative, acting principally on the large intestine. It is considered suitable for delicate and elderly persons, and may with advantage be given in chronic constipation, being generally administered in the form of the ...

Google previewDetoxify Your Body, Lose Weight, Get Healthy & Transform Your Life - Volumes 1-3 (2014)

by Robert Dave Johnston

Cascara Sagrada > Cascara Sagrada is a herbal laxative which is retrieved fromthe reddish bark ofthe Pacific Northwest native three, Rhamnus purshiana. Liquid Chlorophyll helps the body to flush out toxic heavy metals such as mercury .

Google previewNational Geographic Desk Reference to Nature's Medicine (2008)

by Steven Foster, Rebecca L. Johnson

California buckthorn Latin Names Frangula purshiana, synonym Rhamnus purshiana Family Rhamnaceae Parts Used Bark Description Growing to 40 feet, cascara sagrada is a large deciduous shrub or small free with reddish-gray bark.

Google previewPlanting the Future (2000)

Saving Our Medicinal Herbs by Rosemary Gladstar, Pamela Hirsch

Cascara sagrada is a bitter tonic, slightly stimulating to the liver and with a noticeable laxative effect. The classic indications are indigestion and constipation. Because the straining that sometimes accompanies constipation ...

Google previewThe Beginner's Guide to Natural Living (2005)

How to Cultivate a More Natural Lifestyle to Lose Weight, Prevent Degenerative Disease, Improve Your Energy and Attain Vibrant Health by Larry Cook

(Cascara sagrada is a cathartic laxative; it is the active ingredient in Exlax. Cathartic laxatives should be used with caution, as dependency can develop.) Minerals & Nutritional Support During a colon cleanse, you should abstain from solid ...

Google previewThe Herbal Encyclopedia (2004)

A Practical Guide to the Many Uses of Herbs by Lisa R. Waltz

GROWING: Cascara Sagrada is a tree that is native to the Pacific Northwest regions of North America. It prefers plenty of water, partial to full sun, and a temperate climate. Catnip Nepeta cataria MEDICINAL: Catnip is effective alone or ...

Google previewDrugs in Pregnancy and Lactation (2016)

by Gerald G. Briggs, Roger K. Freeman, Craig V. Towers, Alicia B. Forinash

Cascara sagrada is an anthraquinone purgative. Although the data are limited, there is no evidence that drugs in this class pose a risk to the embryo–fetus.

Google previewCoconut Cures (2005)

Preventing and Treating Common Health Problems with Coconut by Bruce Fife

Cascara sagrada is an herb that promotes movement of the bowels. It is non- habit forming and can be used safely every day for extended periods of time. This drink should be taken every evening for 30 to 60 days. Thereafter, it can be taken ...

Google previewThe Complete Illustrated Encyclopedia of Magical Plants, Revised (2013)

A Practical Guide to Creating Healing, Protection, and Prosperity using Plants, Herbs, and Flowers by Susan Gregg

Rhammuspurshiana Reminds you of the sacred nature of all of life □ cascara sagrada bark will: Help you pre- vail in legal matters, Attract abundance into your life, Protect your home □ the plant: Cascara Sagrada bark is produced from a tree ...

Google previewDictionary of the Literature of the Iberian Peninsula (1993)

by Germán Bleiberg

It was the monumental Espana Sagrada (1747- Sacred Spain) that became Florez's life work and masterpiece. Florez originally conceived the project as an ecclesiastic geography of Spain, but eventually expanded its scope under the ...

Google previewThe Condensed Chemical Dictionary (1920)

A Reference Volume for All Requiring Quick Access to a Large Amount of Essential Data Regarding Chemicals, and Other Substances Used in Manufacturing and Laboratory Work by Francis Mills Turner

See Cascara sagrada, Bark. Chittim Bark. See Cascara sagrada, Bark. Chloral* ( Trichloroacetic aldehyde) CCl8:CHO. Color and properties: Colorless, mobile, oily liquid; penetrating odor. Constants: Specific gravity 1.5121; melting-point ...

Google previewThe Wellness Dictionary (2015)

by Patti Flora

John's Wort Combinations LB Extract—cascara sagrada bark, Senna leaves, buckthorn ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Alternative & Complementary Medicine (2010)

Subjective health care viewed with an objective eye by Joseph Segen

Carum carvi Popularly known as caraway, see there cascara buckthorn Cascara sagrada, see there, Rhamnus purshiana cascara sagrada Rhamnus purshiana, cascara buckthorn, chittenbark, sacred bark Herbal medicine A deciduous tree, ...

Google previewLeung's Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients (2011)

Used in Food, Drugs and Cosmetics by Ikhlas A. Khan, Ehab A. Abourashed

SAGRADA. Source: Frangula purshiana (D C.)J. G. Cooper (syn. Rhamnus purshiana D C.) (Family Rhamnaceae). Common/vernacular names: Cascara, cascara sagrada, chittembark, sacred bark.

Google previewA dictionary of applied chemistry (1921)

by Sir Thomas Edward Thorpe

CASCARA SAGRADA, B.P. ; U.S.P. The dried bark of the Rhamnus Purshiana ( DC), a small species of thorn tree inhabiting the Pacific slopes of the Rocky Mountains. (For botanical characters, see Hooker (Flora Bor. Amer. 43), Prescott ( Amer ...

Google previewThe Catholic encyclopedia; (1908)

an international work of reference on the constitution, doctrine, discipline, and history of the Catholic church; by Charles George Herbermann

Antolin Merino, was appointed by the King to continue the monumental "Espafia Sagrada" (Holy Spain), begun in 1743 by the Augustinians Henrique Florez and ...

Google previewEncyclopedia Britannica (1911)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chisholm

RHAMNUS PURSHIANA, or Californian buckthorn, a plant the bark of which is used in medicine under the name of cascara sagrada. An active principle anthra-gluco-sagradin has been isolated by Tschirch.

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