Herbal Medicine Lagundi

Knowledge, attitudes and practices in the use of herbal medicine: the case of urban and rural mothers in the philippines J.P. Jazul1, H.A.L. Catublas2*

AVAILABILITY, PREPARATION AND USES OF HERBAL PLANTS IN KALINGA, PHILIPPINES Christina L. Ammakiw, RN, RM ampalaya, bawang, bayabas, lagundi, niyug-niyogan, sambong, tsaang gubat, ulasimang bato, and yerba Buena. These herbal came as the second major stream of thought in herbal medicine.

Lagundi . Ingredients: Lagundi leaf, 450 mg. Lagundi is in the Verbenaceae family, which contains 75 genera and 1300 species. Lagundi’s botanical name is Vitex negundo Linn.

INSTITUTE FOR FOUNDATIONAL LEARNING, INC. San Isidro Cabuyao, Laguna 4025 Philippines . Compiled by: About Herbal Plants: Herbal medicine is the use of leaves, Lagundi Decoction

1 College of Veterinary Science and Medicine, Central Luzon State University, Science City of Lagundi (Vitex negundo Respiratory infection; Ruminants infections to synthetic and herbal-based anti-infectives was evaluated in vitro. Synthetic drugs such as

Lisinopril Used To Protect Kidneys … Health Benefits, Side Effects Lagundi Herbal Medicine is endorsed by the Philippine Department of Health as one of the 10…(more) Lagundi herbal concoction preparation lisinopril dose response

Herbal Medicine: Ulasimang Bato | Pansit-Pansitan (Peperomia pellucida) It is effective in fighting arthritis and gout. The leaves can be eaten fresh (about a cup-

(lagundi), Psidiumguajava (bayawas) and Moringaoleifera (malunggay). Common preparation of the plants includes decoction and poultice for relief of cough in Barangay Pawa and Malobago used the herbal medicine. 5 The utilization of medicinal plants in the third district

Antibacterial properties of Passiflora foetida L. – a common exotic medicinal the traditional medicines (herbal extracts) to cure many diseases like diarrhea, intestinal tract, throat increasing interest on traditional ethno medicine may lead to discovery of novel therapeutic

A Summary Report from the Herbal Medicine Regulatory Working Group Key Recommendations on the Regulation of Herbal Practitioners in the UK September 2003

Tions of herbal remedies for psychiatric ill-nesses. Specific questions addressed the per-centage of patients to which three herbals (St. work as well as conventional medicine; D. Concern over legal issues that may re-sult from using an unconventional medi-cation, or 155. 156

Philippine Institute of Traditional and Alternative Health Care (PITAHC) ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT The use of herbal medicine and practice of acupressure in the community has resulted not Production of 300 mg Lagundi and 250 mg of Sambong and Tsaang Gubat tablets; 2.

LITERATURE REVIEW A. VITEX NEGUNDO LINN. Chowdhury et. al.,1 that the fresh leaves of Vitex negundo have anti-inflammatory and pain suppressing activities (2003) evaluated efficacy and safety of a herbal medicine used for the treatment of Malaria.

Called phytotherapy (herbal medicine, from the Greek phyto = plant, and . Herb to use (common name):five-leafed chaste tree; "lagundi" Scientific name:Vitex negundo . How to use: grind fresh leaves to make a poultice and apply on the wound. Ailment:

Skills and Knowledge Enhancement on Traditional Chinese Medicine granules using the leaves of lagundi tree, herbal oil and herbal

Growth performance of cobb broilers given varying concentrations of malunggay (Moringa oleifera lam.) aqueous College of Veterinary Medicine, Visayas State University, Visca, Baybay City healthier, and less subject to hazards. Thus, herbs and herbal products are incorporated in

1 College of Veterinary Science and Medicine, Central Luzon State University, Science City of Lagundi (Vitex negundo Respiratory infection; Ruminants infections to synthetic and herbal-based anti-infectives was evaluated in vitro. Synthetic drugs such as

herbal medicine among Asian and Western countries. A survey among member states of the European Union in 1991 from fresh lagundi' leaves, hexenol (peak "iii") and octenol (peak "iv"), had peak height intensities of about 200 m V at

Herbal Medicine: Niyog-Niyogan (Quisqualis Indica L.) Niyog-Niyogan is a vine known as "Chinese honey suckle". It is effective in the elimi-nation of intestinal worms, particularly the Ascaris and Trichina. Only the dried matured

Technologies selected were herbal medicine technology (sambong and lagundi), nutritious food technology (canton noodle with squash), and technology for the manufacture of furniture (spray booth and tunnel Discipline and Gender Distribution in Herbal Medicine Technology