Hypericum: The Genus Hypericum edited by Edzard Ernst
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The Genus Hypericum
edited by Edzard Ernst
Hypericum: The Genus Hypericum summarizes the current knowledge on a wide range of issues pertaining to St. John's Wort, such as:
- Plant infections
- Quality control
- Clinical application
This landmark book tackles issues not previously addressed, such as selection of the pharmacologically active compounds, application for severe depression, mechanisms of action, long-term effects and risks, marketing issues (dietary supplements or drugs), and comparison to synthetic drugs for the same indications.
Containing many updated references, Hypericum: The Genus Hypericum will be of immense value to those involved in industry and academia alike, including researchers, producers, processors, importers and end users.
- Hypericum Botany
- Colletotrichum Gloeosporiodes as the Cause of St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) Dieback in Switzerland and Breeding for a Tolerant Variety
- A Virus Causing Yellow Veins and Necrotic Leaf Spot of St John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum L.)
- Manufacturing Standardisation and Characterisation of St John's Wort Herb Extracts
- Culture and Biotechnology of Hypericum
- Chemical Constituents of Hypericum ssp.
- Determination of Hybericins and Hyperforin in Herbal Medicinal Products
- Secondary Metabolites Content of Hypericum sp. in Different Stages and Plant Parts
- Herbal Medicinal Products of St John's Wort: Manufacturing and Quality Control
- The Potential of in vitro Cultures of Hypericum perforatum and of Hypericum androsaemum to Produce Interesting Pharmaceutical Compounds
- The Clinical Pharmacology of Hypericum perforatum
- Hypericin as a Potential Antitumor Agent
- Neuropsychopharmacological Studies on Indian Hypericum perforatum Linn
- The Efficacy and Safety of Hypericum in the Treatment of Depression