Investigation on the Biology of Galena officinalis
Keywords:Galena officinalis, active substances, plant product
AbstractGalena officinalis, a herbaceous plant, is used with medicinal purposes. The plant product (Herba Galegae) has galactogogue; galactogenic, hypoglyceniant, diaphoretic and anthelmintic effect and influence the cardio-vascular system; it is also antispasmotic in children's epilepsy. The plant is perennial and, in the 1st year of vegetation, plants from beds produce 60% flowers in contrast with those grown in field that produce flowers only sporadically. The flavones content of the herb is highest at flowering i.e., 0,782 g %.
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MUNTEAN, L. S., SALONTAI, A., TAMAS, M., CERNEA, S., MORAR, G., BOTEZ, C., & VAIDA, F. (1993). Investigation on the Biology of Galena officinalis. Notulae Botanicae Horti Agrobotanici Cluj-Napoca, 23(1), 113–118. https://doi.org/10.15835/nbha23175
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