Yew, Taxus baccata L., a sacred plant favoured by the Druids in ancient times, is an evergreen bush or tree up to 17 m high having a trunk with a diameter up to 1 m. The species native to Europe as far as Sicily and Minor Asia. Ethanolic tinctures of yew leaves, the needles of Taxus bacata L. are used in homeopathy in the treatment of mal digestion and skin pustules [1, 2]. The homeopathic tincture of Taxus baccata L. is monographed in the current German Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia (HAB 2009). However, the described method for identification test is a common comparative TLC procedure that might be updated. LS/MS procedures are not describes in the HAB monograph.
|Titolo:||Proposal of qualitative determination of Taxus baccata L. Homeopathic tincture by applying HTLC and LC/MS procedures|
|Anno di registrazione:||2010|
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|Autori:||Gehrmann B ; Vignolini P ; Romani A ; Melzig M|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1c - Abstract su rivista|