Inula is a large genus of about 90 species of flowering plants in the family Asteraceae, native to Europe, Asia and Africa. They may be annuals, herbaceous perennials or subshrubs that vary greatly in size, from small species a few centimeters tall to enormous perennials over 3 m (10 ft) tall. They carry yellow daisy-like composite flowerheads often with narrow ray-florets.
Dittrichia viscosa, also known as false yellowhead, woody fleabane, sticky fleabane and yellow fleabane, is a flowering plant in the daisy family. Dittrichia viscosa is a highly branching perennial common throughout the Mediterranean Basin.It has long, narrow leaves that are pointed at both ends and have teeth along the edges and glandular hairs on the surfaces.
Treatment using Inula viscosa is preferred by villagers over modern medications, since it promotes faster wound healing. Dry and rough skin. The powder from the dried Inula viscosa leaf is mixed with oil and applied externally to affected parts of the body. Arthritis and rheumatism. About 200 grams of Inula viscosa leaves are boiled in.
About Inula viscosa. While hardly known outside its native Mediterranean region and not promoted commercially, the medicinal plant Inula viscosa has been regarded for thousand of years as one of the most important medicinal plant in Israel and in its native range around the Mediterranean basin, an amazing plant of many medicinal uses. The medicinal plant Inula viscosa (Ait.) L. (Compositae.
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Inula viscosa, named commonly “Strong-Smelling Inula” or “False yellowhead”, is a perennial shrub of the Asteracea family that is found in most of the Mediterranean basin.This medicinal aromatic species has spreading branches and toothed leaves that have a sticky resin. It blooms with small yellow flowers to produce tiny achenes.
PubMed:Control of Meloidogyne javanica by Formulations of Inula viscosa Leaf Extracts. PubMed:Antimycotic activities of selected plant flora, growing wild in Lebanon, against phytopathogenic fungi. PubMed:Antioxidant activity of anti-inflammatory plant extracts. PubMed:Effects of Inula viscosa leaf extracts on abortion and implantation in rats.
Inula magnifica makes a very large, imposing plant. The lower leaves can be almost 90cm (3ft) long and make a feature on their own before the plant comes into flower. Then, in late summer, the.
Derivation of the botanical name: inula, from Helen of Troy, being fabled to have sprung up from the ground where her tears were supposed to have fallen. viscosa, sticky, clammy; referring mainly to the sticky exudate from the glandular hairs. Dittrichia, named for the German botanist Manfred Dittrich (1934- ). The standard author abbreviation L. is used to indicate Carl Linnaeus (1707.
Inula viscosa is a perennial herbaceous plant used topically in folk medicine as an anti-scabies, anti-inflammatory, and wound-healing agent. We examined the antioxidant activity of the methanolic.
Inula viscosa is a perennial plant that is widely distributed in Mediterranean countries. Formulations of I. viscosa extracts were tested for their effectiveness in control of Meloidogyne javanica in laboratory, growth chamber, microplot, and field experiments. Oily pastes were obtained by extraction of dry leaves with a mixture of acetone and n-hexane or n-hexane alone, followed by.
Botanical name: Inula magnifica; Common name: Inula; Family: Asteraceae; Plant Type: Perennial, Deciduous; Key features: Flowers Attractive to wildlife Inula magnifica is a dramatic looking plant, bearing huge sprays of bright yellow shaggy daisies, in contrast with large, dock-like leaves. It’s perfect for a large sunny border in a sheltered location, or at the pond edge. Advertisement.
Inula from Burncoose Nurseries available online to buy - Information:. Herbaceous - Early in the year, typically January till end of March, herbaceous plants might be supplied in 9cm pots to ensure timely despatch. - daisy-like flowers with narrow ray-florets and tubular disc-florets. Large basal leaves.Full sun.
Inula viscosa is a strong smelling plant, woody at the base and having numerous yellow flowered heads at the top of the stem (3). The leaves and stems of the plant are coated with a sticky resin secreted from glandular hairs growing on the surface of the leaves. In Morocco, Calabria (Southern Italy), Palestine, Algeria, Jordan and other countries decoction of Inula viscosa leaves and roots.
Inula ensifolia. Swordleaf Inula: USDA Zone: 4-9: Plant number: 1.293.020. An easy but little-known perennial, ideal for edging the sunny border or growing in the rock garden. This forms a bushy mound of narrow willow-like green leaves, bearing loads of bright-yellow daisies for several weeks. Widely used in European public gardens, often massed among shrubs. Grows well over a wide range of.Inula viscosa extract makes Athlete Foot disappear Interim results of clinical trials show high efficacy results of Athlete foot treatment with topical application of extract from the medicinal plant Inula viscosa, the new discovery may offer a natural alternative and new hope to millions who suffer from Research focused on the biological activity of extract from the Israeli medicinal plant.Inula viscosa is a perennial plant native to the Mediterranean Basin. Extracts made from the shoots of this plant exhibited a strong fungicidal activity in vitro and in vivo. TLC analyses revealed at least 7 fungicidal compounds. Most are lipophilic. When such extracts were sprayed on the leaf surface of crop plants they effectively controlled downy mildew in grape, cucumber and tabacco; late.