Achillea millefolium L.

AssociationsTCM-Gene, TCM-Disease, TCM-Gene-Disease
IngredientsNo information.
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Potential effects from text mining[inflammatory (2.224) (E)Literature evidences] [choleretic (2.000) (E)Literature evidences] [antiinflammatory (1.990) (E)Literature evidences] [antioxidant (1.978) (E)Literature evidences] [more] [Help]
Putative relations between TCM effects and sources extracted from literature
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dicaffeoylquinic acids and flavonoidscholeretic and spasmolyticSearch Google Scholar17511000Search PubMed
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yarrowantispasmodicSearch Google Scholar17704978Search PubMed
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aerial parts of the Achillea millefoliumantiulcerSearch Google Scholar16647233Search PubMed
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Am.CrhepatoprotectiveSearch Google Scholar16619341Search PubMed
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crude extract of Achillea millefoliumhepatoprotectiveSearch Google Scholar16619341Search PubMed
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flavonoid Casticinanti-tumorSearch Google Scholar16387422Search PubMed
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luteolin and apigeninhighest antispasmodicSearch Google Scholar17009839Search PubMed
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antimalarial activitiesantibabesialSearch Google Scholar16141673Search PubMed
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Liv-52hepatoprotectiveSearch Google Scholar16194047Search PubMed
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aqueous extract of flowers of Achillea millefoliumAnticonflict-likeSearch Google Scholar15597307Search PubMed
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yarrow extractpossible estrogenic/antiestrogenicSearch Google Scholar15279880Search PubMed
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essential oil and methanol extractsin vitro antimicrobial and antioxidantSearch Google Scholar12860311Search PubMed
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essential oil of Achillea millefoliumantioxidant and antimicrobialSearch Google Scholar12860311Search PubMed
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polar phase of the extractantioxidantSearch Google Scholar12860311Search PubMed
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One of the red winesclear genotoxicSearch Google Scholar8206441Search PubMed
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