Co radzą zioła – Bibliografia do książki

Ze względu na to, że dodanie bibliografii nie potrzebnie zwiększyłoby objętość książki, została ona w całości umieszczona na stronie (do wszystkich trzech tomów).

Książki:
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  • Williamson, E. M., Driver, S., & Baxter, K. Stockley’s herbal medicines interactions: a guide to the interactions of herbal medicines, dietary supplements and nutraceuticals with conventional medicines/editors, Elizabeth Williamson, Samuel Driver, Karen Baxter; editorial staff, Mildred Davis…[et al.], digital products team, Julie McGlashan, Elizabeth King. London; Chicago: Pharmaceutical Press, (2009). 
  • Achrem-Achremowicz. Cytotoksyczność półsyntetycznych pochodnych betuliny. Rozprawa doktorska. Kraków, 2007.
  • Matuszkiewicz: Przewodnik do oznaczania zbiorowisk roślinnych Polski. Wyd. Naukowe PWN, Warszawa 2006.
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  • Kostowski, Z. Herman. Farmakologia. Podręcznik dla studentów medycyny i lekarzy. Tom I i II. PZWL, Warszawa 2003.
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  • Krówczyński: Ćwiczenia z receptury. Podręcznik dla studentów farmacji. Państwowy Zakład Wydawnictw Lekarskich, Warszawa 1981.
  • Ożarowski: Ziołolecznictwo. Poradnik dla lekarzy. PWN Warszawa 1980.
  • Samochowiec: Kompendium ziołolecznictwa. Wydawnictwo medyczne Urban & Partner, Wrocław 2002.
  • Muszyński: Ziołolecznictwo i leki roślinne. Państwowy Zakład Wydawnictw Lekarskich, Warszawa 1958.
  • Kohlmünzer: Farmakognozja. Podręcznik dla studentów farmacji. Wydanie V unowocześnione. PZWL, Warszawa 2016.
  • Muszyński: Farmakognozja. Zarys Nauki o surowcach leczniczych. PZWL Warszawa 1957.
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  • Teodor Książkiewicz: Zielnik klasztorny Ojców Bonifratrów. Wydanie I. Warszawa, 1992.
  • Grzegorz Sroka: Poradnik ziołowy. Instytut Wydawniczy Związków Zawodowych, Warszawa, 1988.
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  • Prezes Urzędu Produktów Leczniczych, Wyrobów Medycznych i Produktów Biobójczych Grzegorz Lesiak. Farmakopea Polska, wydanie X. Tom I i II. Wydawnictwo Unia, Warszawa 2014.
  • Prezes Urzędu Produktów Leczniczych, Wyrobów Medycznych i Produktów Biobójczych Grzegorz Lesiak. Farmakopea Polska, wydanie XII. Wydawnictwo Unia, Warszawa 2020.
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  • The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge, Tom 29, Encyclopedia Americana Corporation, Uniwersytet Harvarda, 1920.
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  • Farmakopea Polska. Wydanie III.  PWZL, Warszawa, 1954.
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  • Chang, H. M., & But, P. P. H. Pharmacology and Applications of Chinese Materia Medica: (Volume I), 2014. 
  • Zhu, Y. P. Chinese materia medica: chemistry, pharmacology and applications. CRC press 1998.
  • Pharmacopoeia Commission of PRC, Pharmacopoeia of the PRC, (English edition) People’s Medical Publishing House, Beijing, 1988.
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  • Lust, J. The herb book: the most complete catalog of herbs ever published. Courier Corporation, 2014. 
  • Lim, T. K. Edible medicinal and non-medicinal plants (Vol. 1, pp. 285-292). Dordrecht, The Netherlands:: Springer, 2012. 
  • Tang, W., & Eisenbrand, G. Chinese drugs of plant origin: chemistry, pharmacology, and use in traditional and modern medicine. Springer Science & Business Media, 2013.
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  • Celso Pereira, Allergic diseases – New Insights, Intech, Croatia, 2015.
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Wybrane grzyby lecznicze lasów krośnieńskich.

https://www.mp.pl/pacjent/psychiatria/choroby/69882,depresja

https://www.mp.pl/pacjent/psychiatria/choroby/74803,trauma-stresor-traumatyczny-czym-jest-uraz-psychiczny

5 Herbs for Mental Health

12 Herbal Remedies for Depression and Anxiety

Five Great Herbs for Fighting Depression Naturally

https://www.indigo-herbs.co.uk/natural-health-guide/benefits/herbal-antidepressants

https://www.health.harvard.edu/newsletter_article/Herbal_and_dietary_supplements_for_depression

http://bip.urpl.gov.pl/pl/biuletyny-i-wykazy/urz%C4%99dowy-wykaz-produkt%C3%B3w-leczniczych

https://panacea.pl/articles.php?id=3901

Złocień maruna i migrenowe bóle głowy

http://botanicscience.blogspot.com/2014/05/wrotycz-maruna-zocien-maruna-w.html

https://www.mp.pl/pytania/pediatria/chapter/B25.QA.4.5.2.

https://www.meandqi.com/herb-database/biond-s-magnolia-flowers

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/2541,klacze-imbiru-zastosowanie-lecznicze-oraz-skladniki-czynne.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/3826,aktywnosc-olejku-cynamonowego-oleum-cinnamomi-wobec-bakterii-beztlenowych.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/2451,biostymina-bioaron-i-bioaron-c-roslinne-biostymulatory-w-praktyce-lekarskiej.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/5255,aktywnosc-immunostymulujaca-frakcji-polisacharydowych-uzyskanych-z-produktu-lecz.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/5260,waciwoci-prozdrowotne-aloesu-zwyczajnego-aloe-vera-l-webb-aloe-barbadensis-mill.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/6134,przeciwzapalne-waciwoci-wybranych-rolin-zawierajcych-zwizki-irydoidowe.html

http://botanicscience.blogspot.com/2018/04/witania-ospaa-withania-somnifera.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/3829,ganoderma-lucidum-grzyb-o-cennych-wlasciwosciach-farmakologicznych.html

http://michaltombak.pl/blog/16-tybetanska-nalewka-czosnkowa.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/2528,natura-niedoceniane-zrodlo-kwasu-askorbinowego.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/5508,waciwoci-prozdrowotne-fruktanlw-typu-inuliny.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/3697,znaczenie-diety-w-profilaktyce-i-leczeniu-choroby-wrzodowej-zodka-i-dwunastnicy.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/3697,znaczenie-diety-w-profilaktyce-i-leczeniu-choroby-wrzodowej-zodka-i-dwunastnicy.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/3835,formy-terapii-sianem-foenum-stosowane-w-lecznictwie-uzdrowiskowym-metoda-sebasti.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/3867,wplyw-wybranych-roslin-leczniczych-na-aktywnosc-glikoproteiny-p.html

http://biuletynfarmacji.wum.edu.pl/1302Pienko/Pienko.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/1304,patomechanizm-i-leczenie-farmakologiczne-bolu-neuropatycznego.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/3867,wplyw-wybranych-roslin-leczniczych-na-aktywnosc-glikoproteiny-p.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/2424,waciwoci-zdrowotne-oliwy-z-oliwek.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/2623,oregano-fascynujaca-przyprawa-ale-czy-tylko-mozliwe-zastosowania-substancje-akt.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/2440,dziaanie-citroseptu-na-bakterie-beztlenowe-wystpujce-w-zakazeniach-drlg-oddechow.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/591,alergia-pylkowa.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/2780,choroby-alergiczne-sklry.html

https://www.sluzbazdrowia.com.pl/artykul.php?numer_wydania=2950&art=4

https://ktociewyleczy.pl/wiedza/problemy-zdrowotne/choroby-ukladu-oddechowego-i-alergie/alergie/6071-alergia-rosliny-ktore-nie-uczulaja

https://www.meandqi.com/herb-database/biond-s-magnolia-flowers

http://www.itmonline.org/arts/magnolia.htm

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/2495,kwas-rozmarynowy-wazny-skladnik-terapeutyczny-niektorych-surowcow-roslinnych.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/4032,aktywno-farmakologiczna-pentacyklicznych-zwizklw-triterpenowych.html

https://zellerag.com/en/products/antilerg-ze-339/

https://www.up.lublin.pl/files/wydawnictwo-czasopisma//annales/Veterinaria/2006/annales_2006_vet_art_01.PDF

http://www.koreascience.or.kr/article/JAKO200812651524304.page?&lang=en

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/3867,wpyw-wybranych-rolin-leczniczych-na-aktywno-glikoproteiny-p.html

List of online Monographs

https://www.ema.europa.eu/en/search/search/field_ema_web_categories%253Aname_field/Herbal/field_ema_herb_outcome/european-union-herbal-monograph-254?search_api_views_fulltext=HMPC

http://online.synapsis.pl/Depresja-a-choroby-somatyczne/Objawy-somatyczne-i-psychiczne-depresji.html

http://repozytorium.p.lodz.pl/bitstream/handle/11652/1518/Antywitaminy_wrogowie_przyjaciele_Katarzynska_2016.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y

Wanilia a samopoczucie (Vanilla)

https://podyplomie.pl/medycyna/19299,wartosc-lekow-ochraniajacych-watrobe?page=2&fbclid=IwAR2xomkPbmwQk7WErJvXg-Mk4FtKfy4ptW8EyWw8fL6sFo6Mr7j_Li92L9E

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/2600,przeglad-sposobow-leczenia-propolisem-chorob-ginekologicznopolozniczych-i-prokto.html

https://www.panacea.pl/articles.php?id=6014

https://www.e-biotechnologia.pl/Artykuly/Kwercetyna–budowa-wlasciwosci-i-zastosowanie/

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/3918,zwiazki-polifenolowe-w-owocach-i-warzywach.html

Powerful Alternative to Aspirin Grows On Trees and Has 40-Years of Research to Back It Up

Pycnogenol Is Protective Against Heart Disease, Diabetes and Inflammation

http://www.berkeleywellness.com/supplements/herbal-supplements/article/pycnogenol-pine-bark-extract

http://www.livestrong.com/article/291067-pycnogenol-vs-pine-bark-extract/

https://docplayer.pl/2062620-Grazyna-budryn-ewa-nebesny-fenolokwasy-ich-wlasciwosci-wyste-powanie-w-surowcach-roslinnych-wchlanianie-i-przemiany-metaboliczne.html

http://www.postepyfitoterapii.pl/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/pf_2013_048-053.pdf

https://eprasa.pl/blob/652e9b98-214d-4b60-9f02-33f0ae16241f/Chemia%20w%20Szkole_6_2016_artykul/assets/common/downloads/Chemia%20w%20Szkole_6_2016_artykul.pdf

http://laboratoria.net/artykul/16209.html

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Barbara_Tubek/publication/289991842_Biological_properties_of_betulin_and_its_derivatives/links/5693fe2a08ae3ad8e33b4c18.pdf

http://www.chemicalland21.com/lifescience/uh/BETULIN.htm

http://chemicalland21.com/lifescience/uh/BETULINIC%20ACID.htm

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/4032,aktywno-farmakologiczna-pentacyklicznych-zwizklw-triterpenowych.html

https://www.jagiellonskiecentruminnowacji.pl/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/witamina_e.pdf

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/3228,hydrokoloidy-pochodzenia-roslinnego-jako-zamienniki-zelatyny.html

Bazylia święta – Ocimum sanctum Linne w fitoterapii współczesnej

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/2570,surowce-roslinne-o-dzialaniu-wzmacniajacym-libido-w-stanach-dysfunkcji-seksualn.html

Catalpa jako naturalna alternatywa dla hormonów sterydowych kory nadnerczy i niesterydowych leków przeciwzapalnych.

http://biuletynfarmacji.wum.edu.pl/1302Pienko/Pienko.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/2545,znaczenie-ekstraktu-z-owocow-palmy-serenoa-repens-sabal-serrulata-w-leczeniu-lag.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/3828,palma-sabalowa-sabal-palmetto-lodd-saw-palmetto-w-lagodnym-rozroscie-gruczolu-kr.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/4835,lagodny-rozrost-gruczolu-krokowego.html

How your brain reacts to emotional information is influenced by your genes

https://biotechnologia.pl/biotechnologia/pesymizm-jest-zapisany-w-genach,13058

https://www.mp.pl/pacjent/psychiatria/choroby/74803,trauma-stresor-traumatyczny-czym-jest-uraz-psychiczny

https://www.mp.pl/pacjent/psychiatria/choroby/69882,depresja

https://www.mp.pl/pacjent/psychiatria/choroby/74803,trauma-stresor-traumatyczny-czym-jest-uraz-psychiczny

Oś podwzgórze-przysadka-nadnercza (HPA)

Serotonina

Dopamina

Kwas γ-aminomasłowy (GABA)

http://www.jamyoni.org.pl/pl/Autodiagnoza/Skala-depresji-Hamiltona

https://www.naturoterapiawpraktyce.pl/artykul/surowce-roslinne-w-redukcji-stresu-i-przemeczenia

Dlaczego waleriana (kozłek) czasem nie działa uspokajająco?

http://www.ayurveda.hu/api/API-Vol-1.pdf

http://en.cnki.com.cn/Article_en/CJFDTotal-SCYX201201003.htm

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/2401,ginkgo-biloba-l-milorzab-dwuklapowy-chemizm-i-dzialanie-biologiczne.html

https://medycznamarihuana.pl/kannabinoidy/

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/4911,bacopa-monnieri-l-pennell-rolina-o-wielokierunkowym-dziaaniu-leczniczym.html

Brahmi | Bacopa monnieri

Żeń-szeń | Panax ginseng

https://scialert.net/fulltextmobile/?doi=pjbs.2013.770.778

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/4032,aktywno-farmakologiczna-pentacyklicznych-zwizklw-triterpenowych.html – alfa amaryna

https://stronazdrowia.pl/uzadlenia-owadow-osy-pszczoly-trzmiela-i-szerszenia-jak-sie-przed-nimi-bronic/ar/c14-14265333

https://www.koppert.pl/postepowanie-w-przypadku-uzadlen-przez-trzmiele-i-reakcji-alergicznych/

https://herbiness.com/2016/04/19/zielarz-kleszcza-nie-rozpieszcza-przepis-na-znikacza-kleszczy/

Bezpiecznie z olejkami eterycznymi przy dzieciach

https://herbiness.com/2019/07/28/aromaterapia-dziecieca/

10 zasad bezpiecznego stosowania olejków eterycznych.

https://zlotykon.pl/ZIOLA-NA-OWADY-DLA-KONI-blog-pol-1524054868.html

https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=CELEX:32009R1223 = Regulation (EC) N° 1223/2009 on cosmetic products, Annex III v.2 (czyli: Rozporządzenie Parlamentu Europejskiego i Rady (WE) nr 1223/2009 z dnia 30 listopada 2009 r. dotyczące produktów kosmetycznych, załącznik nr 3)

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/4277,podagrycznik-pospolity-aegopodium-podagraria-l.html

https://www.fragrantica.pl/wiesci/Trawa-cytrynowa-2201.html

https://www.instytutaroma.pl/single-post/olejek-mirtowy

Monarda – pysznogłówka w fitoterapii

Scrophularia – trędownik w praktycznej fitoterapii

Czosnaczek pospolity – Alliaria officinalis Andrz. w praktycznej fitoterapii.

Bukwica lekarska – Betonica officinalis L. w dawnej medycynie

Herba Salicariae – ziele krwawnicy – nadszedł czas zbioru

Przetacznik perski – Veronica persica Poiret w ziołolecznictwie.

06.2010 – HERBARIUM – “Właściwości lecznicze arniki górskiej.”

Szałwia – Salvia w praktycznej terapii

Szałwia lepka – Salvia glutinosa L. w ziołolecznictwie.

https://www.kleszcze.info.pl/usuwanie-kleszczy

https://www.sluzbazdrowia.com.pl/artykul.php?numer_wydania=2950&art=3

Tartary Buckwheat and Fagopyrism

https://dermnetnz.org/topics/compositae-allergy/

https://dermnetnz.org/topics/fig/

https://dermnetnz.org/topics/arnica/

https://dermnetnz.org/topics/plants-that-cause-skin-problems

https://www.mp.pl/pacjent/dieta/lista/77176,potas-zrodla-i-dzienne-zapotrzebowanie

https://wszystkoojedzeniu.pl/ranking/przyprawy-i-ziola-najwicej-potasu/

https://wszystkoojedzeniu.pl/majeranek-wartosci-odzywcze-witaminy

Dlaczego po kawie chce się kupę?

Glinka – bolus

http://karnet.up.wroc.pl/~weber/ilaste.htm

http://karnet.up.wroc.pl/~weber/ily.html

http://karnet.up.wroc.pl/~weber/krzem.htm

http://rozanski.ch/psoriasis_new.html

https://polspen.pl/nasza-dzialalnosc/publikacje/fakty-i-mity-zywienia-w-onkologii.pdf

https://podyplomie.pl/medycyna/16197,leki-przeciwwymiotne

https://podyplomie.pl/onkologia/33141,objawy-niepozadane-chemioterapii-cz-1?page=3

https://wyborcza.pl/TylkoZdrowie/1,137474,16651412,Co_jesc_w_czasie_leczenia__a_czego_unikac.html

https://www.zwrotnikraka.pl/leczenie-polineuropatii-nowotworowej-bolu-neuropatycznego/

https://cam.cancer.gov/

https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/treatment/cam/patient/acupuncture-pdq

https://nccih.nih.gov/health/acupuncture/introduction

https://ligawalkizrakiem.pl/rak-niekonwencjonalnie/przeglad-terapii/akupunktura

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/2549,biodostepnosc-polifenoli-roslinnych.html

http://www.postepyfitoterapii.pl/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/pf_2015_263-267.pdf

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/2403,produkty-pszczele-w-zywieniu-i-suplementacji-diety.html

Spirulina, a anemia

https://www.mp.pl/pacjent/dieta/zasady/74583,zelazo

https://www.zwrotnikraka.pl/jak-poprawic-wyniki-krwi-podczas-chemioterapii/

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/2659,witaminy-z-grupy-b-naturalne-rlda-rola-w-organizmie-skutki-awitaminozy.html

https://www.witamina-b12.net/zywnosc/

https://www.medscape.com/answers/202333-153084/what-is-the-difference-between-heme-and-nonheme-iron

https://vegetitian.com/2018/12/07/kwas-fitynowy-w-diecie-weganskiej/

Mleczko pszczele

https://pasieka24.pl/index.php/pl-pl/pasieka-czasopismo-dla-pszczelarzy/74-pasieka-4-2006/766-sklad-oraz-wlasciwosci-biologiczne-i-lecznicze-mleczka-pszczelego

Spirulina skład – spirulina platensis

Chlorofil – 7 naukowych dowodów na jego działanie (nr 2 Cię zaskoczy!)

https://www.ptfarm.pl/pub/File/Bromatologia/2016/Nr%203/BR%203_2016%20art%2041%20s%20422-426.pdf

Chlorofil w żywieniu

http://www.onkologia.zalecenia.med.pl/pdf/zalecenia_PTOK_tom1_19_Rehabilitacja_chorych_na_nowotwory_20140807.pdf

https://bonavita.pl/sylwoterapia-wskazania-i-przeciwwskazania-do-terapii-leczenia-drzewami

https://www.werandacountry.pl/blizej-natury/w-zgodzie-z-natura/sylwoterapia-czyli-lecznicza-moc-drzew

https://www.thepharmajournal.com/archives/2016/vol5issue12/PartA/5-12-1-648.pdf

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/3818,kwas-elagowy-zawartosc-w-zywnosci-i-rola-prozdrowotna.html

Kwas ferulowy – Ferulic acid – właściwości farmakologiczne.

https://www.oncologyradiotherapy.com/articles/dziaanie-chemioterapeutyczne-i-przeciwnowotworowe-luteoliny.pdf

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/3918,zwiazki-polifenolowe-w-owocach-i-warzywach.html

http://luskiewnik.strefa.pl/zywice_balsamy_rozanski_pietryja.pdf

https://www.zwrotnikraka.pl/hiperkalcemia-w-chorobie-nowotworowej-objawy/

https://www.zwrotnikraka.pl/pielegnacja-skory-i-paznokci/

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/642,ocena-kliniczna-miejscowego-stosowania-witaminy-k-w-przypadkach-wylewlw-podsklrn.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/2401,ginkgo-biloba-l-miorzb-dwuklapowy-chemizm-i-dziaanie-biologiczne.html

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/6243,roliny-jadalne-i-lecznicze-z-rodzaju-sorbus-l.html

https://pulsmedycyny.pl/skrecenia-rozpoznawanie-i-postepowanie-885865

https://www.sport-med.pl/leczenie/skrecenie-stawu-skokowego

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/5078,roliny-lecznicze-z-rodziny-dipsacaceae.html

Rdestowiec – Reynoutria (Fallopia) w praktycznej fitoterapii.

Korzeń, kwiat i liść dyptamu jesionolistnego – Radix, Flos et Folium Dictamni albi w praktycznej fitoterapii. Dyptam w dawnej medycynie.

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/314421.php#symptoms-of-depression

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/5820,wlasciwosci-lecznicze-gravioli-annona-muricata-l.html

Semen Colae i kofeina w lekach i suplementach

Guarana z Paullinia cupana jako stimulans i diureticum. Timbo z Paullinia pinnata w hamowaniu zakażeń.

https://nazdrowie.pl/artykul/urologia/profilaktyka-infekcji-drog-moczowych/

https://www.mp.pl/pytania/pediatria/chapter/B25.QA.9.1.27.

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/2384,charakterystyka-botaniczna-sklad-chemiczny-i-wlasciwosci-biologiczne-owocow-zura.html

Drżączka – Briza w praktycznej fitoterapii.

Melatonina

Tryptofan | L-tryptophan

http://en.cnki.com.cn/Article_en/CJFDTotal-LDZK199204010.htm

Robinia akacjowa–Robinia pseudoacacia L. w fitoterapii.

https://www.panacea.pl/articles.php?id=6213

Głożyna | Ziziphus jujuba

https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article/figure?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0118431.t002

https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article/figure?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0118431.t001

BONE, K., & MORGAN, M. Herbal Treatment for Intestinal Parasites.

http://www.indianjournals.com/ijor.aspx?target=ijor:rjpt&volume=10&issue=11&article=038

04.2013 – “Miary domowe.”

http://orka2.sejm.gov.pl/INT9.nsf/klucz/ATTBKVFYE/%24FILE/i00963-o1.pdf

Przyczyny powstawania alergii skórnych, wziewnych …

http://luskiewnik.strefa.pl/fitosterole/sterole/pages/p7.htm

Alergia na jady owadów

Oleje roślinne w pielęgnacji skóry wymagającej w AZS, łuszczycy i na co dzień

Herba Virgaureae = Herba Solidaginis – ziele nawłoci jako surowiec farmakopealny

https://panacea.pl/articles.php?id=150

https://kawon.com.pl/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/LEK-RO%C5%9ALINNY-a-SUPLEMENT-DIETY-Kopia.pdf

Żywokost – Symphytum, stosować doustnie, czy nie?

Alkaloidy pirolizydynowe.

http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/6588,alkaloidy-pirolizydynowe-rlda-i-zagrozenie-dla-zdrowia-ludzi.html

https://bezpieczenstwozywnosci.wip.pl/nr-9-sierpien-2019/alkaloidy-pirolizydynowe–3739.html

http://en.cnki.com.cn/Article_en/CJFDTotal-SZGY201204014.htm

01.2015 – “Maści rozgrzewające i przeciwbólowe.”

https://podyplomie.pl/medycyna/19299,wartosc-lekow-ochraniajacych-watrobe\

https://www.wbc.poznan.pl/Content/177543/PDF/index.pdf

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