Vidac Vidova trava Euphrasia officinalis (Orobanchaceae/ Scrophulariaceae)

Vidac Vidova trava Euphrasia officinalis (Orobanchaceae/ Scrophulariaceae)

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Vidac Vidova trava Euphrasia officinalis (Orobanchaceae/ Scrophulariaceae)

DEFINITION: Whole, fresh, flowering plant Euphrasia stricta D. Wolff ex F.J. Lehm. and/or Euphrasia rostkoviana Hayne and/or their hybrids and/or their mixtures.

BILJNI PREPARATI VIDOVE TRAVE Euphrasia officinalis (Scrophulariaceae):

MATIČNA TINKTURA, VIDAC TM, Euphrasia officinalis (Scrophulariaceae), hidroetanolni tečni ekstrakt sveže biljke, DER:1:2;

Euphrasiae officinalis (Scrophulariaceae) herbae recentis extractum ethanolicum liquidum DER 1:2;

Upotreba matične tinkture VIDOVE TRAVE preporučuje se: za spoljnu upotrebu, kao sredstvo za ispiranje kod infekcija nosne duplje i očiju kao i za ispiranje kod čmička.
Spoljna upotreba: 2 – 5 ml rastvoriti u 20 do 50 mL sterilnog fiziološkog rastvora. Ispirati 1 do 3 puta nadan ili koristiti natopljene gaze 15 do 30 minuta jednom ili više puta na dan. Vidova trava sadrži: glikozid rinantin, eterično ulje, masno ulje, smolu, ugljene hidrate, vitamin C i drugo. Upotrebljava se kao antibakterik, antibiotik, antikatarik, antiseptik, antifungal, tonik, digestiv i tako dalje.

Zašto ovu matičnu tinkturu treba uvek imati u kući:
– smanjuje upale oka uzrokovane blefaritisom (upala ivica kapaka) i konjuktivitisom;
– zbog svojih antiupalnih svojstava, koristi i u ublažavanju simptoma polenske groznice, sinusitisa, infekcija gornjeg respiratornog trakta i katara (upala sluzokože);
– smanjuje preveliko lučenje zeludačnog soka, leči proliv, upalu usta i ždrela;
– kao astringent, pomaže u zaceljenju rana, u obliku obloga;
– u tretmanu akni i kod drugih upala kože;
– obloge mogu da pomognu u zatezanju kože;
– jedno od boljih prirodnih sredstava za jačanje odbrambenih snaga organizma;
– kod lečenja gripa, prehlade i bronhitisa;
– poboljšava varenje, pomaćže kod slabog apetita i kod otklanjanja bolova u želucu;
– smanjuje nervnu napetost;
– glavobolje izazvana stresom ili nervozom;
– uspešno otklanja i nesanicu, deluje umirujuće na nerve;
– u slučajevima trovanja, alkoholom i nikotinom;
– čisti organizam od otrova i pomaže njegovom jačanju;
– za smanjivanje bora oko očiju;
– kod konjuktivitisa, glaukoma, i bilo kakvih drugih iritacija očiju (iritis, slabost očiju, upala kapaka i slično);
– čmičak: 20 kapi vidove trave i 20 kapi kamilice sa 40 do 80 mL sterilnog fiziološkog rastvora;, 3 do 6 puta na dan;
– problem sa podočnjacima i otečenim kapcima, 30 kapividove trave i 10 kapi komorača sa 40 do 80 mL sterilnog fiziološkog rastvora;
– za ispiranje nosa kod kijavice;
– lekovita mast (po dr Jovanu Tucakovu): 5 g alkoholne tinkture od vidove trave i 2 kapi ulja kamilice sa 5 g lanolina i 15 g belog vazelina, 5 do 6 puta na dan stavljati pomalo masti u nozdrve, može da se koristi i za skidanje čmička sa očnog kapka.

BILJNI PREPARATI VIDOVE TRAVE:

MATIČNA TINKTURA, VIDOVA TRAVA TM, hidroetanolni tečni ekstrakt sveže biljke, DER 1:2.

Euphrasiae officinalis (Scrophulariaceae) herbae recentis extractum ethanolicum liquidum DER 1:2;

French Pharmacopoeia 2005

Euphrasia stricta and Euphrasia rostkoviana ad praeparationes homoeopathicas

DEFINITION: Whole, fresh, flowering plant Euphrasia stricta D. Wolff ex F.J. Lehm. and/or Euphrasia rostkoviana Hayne and/or their hybrids and/or their mixtures.

U skladu sa:

U skladu sa Eu. Ph. 8 01.07.2015. monografijom:

Based on Article 10a of Directive 2001/83/EC as amended (well-established use);
Based on Article 16d(1), Article 16f and Article 16h of Directive 2001/83/EC as amended (traditional use);

Committee on Herbal Medicinal Products (HMPC): 16 September 2010, EMA/HMPC/246799/2009.: Assessment report on Euphrasia officinalis L. and Euphrasia rostkoviana Hayne, herba
Deutsches Homöopathisches Arzneibuch – HAB (German Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia) Method 3a:

Euphrasia officinalis (Scrophulariaceae) ad praeparationes homoeopathicas (Euphrasia officinalis pour préparations homéopathiques)

French Pharmacopoeia 2005: Euphrasia stricta and Euphrasia rostkoviana ad praeparationes homoeopathicas

EYEBRIGHT FOR HOMOEOPATHIC PREPARATIONS;

EUPHRASIA OFFICINALIS FOR HOMOEOPATHIC PREPARATIONS;

a) Euphrasia officinalis, Herba (Eyebright fresh, at the beginning of flowering, aerial part),

Biljni preparati u tečnom obliku (nerazblaženi ili razblaženi) za oralnu i lokalnu upotrebu.

Sastav:

a) tečni ekstrat (DER 1:2), ekstrakcioni rastvarač etanol 65% (v/v),

Euphrasia officinalis, sadrži preko 45 istraženih hemijskih jedinjenja koja ispoljavaju preko 567 dejstava.

Sadržaj:
a) minimalno 0,0% m/m allicin) (MF: C2, MW: 1673 g/mol−1),
b) u većoj koncentraciji sadrži ain,
c) više od svih biljaka sadrži gln, … .

Indikacije: biljni preparati su namenjeni poboljšanju opšteg stanja organizma kroz razna naučno dokazana dejstva.

Upotreba kod or.

Efikasno .

Dr. Džems Djuk (Dr. James Duke) u Handbook of Medicinal Herbs, 2nd Ed. (2002). CRC Press, navodi sledeće:

– ima jako dejstvo kod:
– delotvoran kod:
– u narodnoj medicini kod:

– spoljašnja primena kod:

– upotrebljava se kao:

Monografija nemačke E komisije (Commission E Monographs), terapijski vodič za biljne lekove, preporučuje Euphrasia officinalis
Doziranje i način primene:

do 2 mL (80 kapi) podeljeno u 2 do 4 doze.

Biljni preparat VIDOVA TRAVA TM:

pojedinačna doza: 0,5-1 mL, maksimalna preporučena dnevna doza (MPDD): 2 mL.

Oralna (15 minuta pre jela) i lokalna primena.

Upotreba na koži: aplicirati na obolelo mesto u tankom sloju ili obliku impregniranog zavoja.

Upotreba na očnim kapcima:
10 – 20 kapi u 10-50 mL sterilnog fiziološkog rastvora, natopiti sterilnu gazu 5×5 cm,
zadržati na očnim kapcima 15 – 30 minuta.

Napraviti pauzu posle 4 nedelje neprekidne upotrebe.

Po preporukama, preparat postiže najbolje efekte pri upotrebi od 8 do 12 nedelja, duža upotreba je bezbedna uz pauze.

Kontraindikacije: preosetljivost na aktivne supstance,

preosetljivost na biljke porodice (genus Euphrasia, family Orobanchaceae/ Scrophulariaceae).

Interakcije:

Čuvanje: na tamnom, suvom i hladnom mestu do 20˚C, van domašaja dece i izlaganja EM zračenju, u dobro zatvorenoj originalnoj ambalaži.

Rok upotrebe: 5 godina, posle prvog otvaranja 6 meseci.

Pakovanje:

50 mL i 100 mL, standardne farmaceutske braon bočice; 250 mL, 500 mL, 1L i 5 L na zahtev.

Nutritivne informacije, VIDOVA TRAVA TM:
energetska vrednost u 100 mL: 1504 kJ/ 360 kcal,
u preporučenoj dnevnoj dozi (PDD) 2 mL: 30kJ/ 7,17 kcal,
suve materije (DR) više od 1,3% (Eur. Ph.7.0, Fr. Ph.), 1,5% (HAB2009), RD 0,900-0,920

Bez konzervanasa, proteina, masti i ugljenih hidrata.

VIDOVA TRAVA TM je rukom rađen preparat po Francuskoj homeopatskoj farmakopeji.

Analizu na teške metale, pesticide i mikrobiološku ispravnost preparata broj od 29.03.2016. godine izvršila ANAHEM LABORATORIJA BEOGRAD, u sklopu preparata RESPIRO 30.

CENOVNIK
VIDOVA TRAVA TM, MATIČNA TINKTURA – hidroetanolni tečni ekstrakt sveže biljke, VIDOVA TRAVA TM, DER 1:21,

50 mL – 600,00 RSD (5e); 100 mL – 1200,00 RSD (10e).

http://www.biljni-preparati.com/preparati/

Euphrasia officinalis (Orobanchaceae)

Try Eyebright, for the brightest eyes! This herb is rich in nutrients and has been used for centuries to ease eyestrain, conjunctivitis, sore and runny eyes, and is also thought to relieve allergies, sinusitis, bronchitis, colds and hay fever. Euphrasia officinalis (Orobanchaceae) is an antioxidant that fights free-radical damage and promotes overall eye health as well as slowing down progressive vision weakness due to age. The herbal tincture has been used in cases of insomnia and contains compounds that improve cognitive function. Skin problems such as acne and stretch marks have also been found to respond to Eyebright’s herbal properties.
Eyebright is so-named because it has been used for in traditional folk medicine Euphrasia officinalis (Orobanchaceae)to treat inflammation of the eye associated with bacterial or viral infections such as blepharitis (inflammation of the eyelids), conjunctivitis (pink eye) and ophthalmia (severe inflammation of the eye). It has been found to be beneficial for many eye problems including stinging and weeping eyes, cataracts, stye, bloodshot or strained eyes, eye inflammations and over-sensitivity to light. Taken internally, it is thought to maintain good vision and promote general eye health.
Euphrasia officinalis (Orobanchaceae) tinctures have been used to tighten the membranes surrounding the eyes and prevent secretion of fluids, reducing excess phlegm and mucus in the eyes, sinuses and upper respiratory tract. It also soothes the mucous membranes, easing catarrh and relieving the discomforts of minor irritations. The herb is a bitter, astringent herb that has often been used to relieve inflammation and infectious conditions associated with colds, coughs and sore throats. It has also been found to be beneficial in for conditions such as bronchitis and sinusitis.
The flavonoids and beta-carotene in Euphrasia officinalis (Orobanchaceae) herb may help improve cognitive performance and strengthen bad memory. By taking Euphrasia officinalis (Orobanchaceae) daily, this herb is believed to improve gradual memory loss and keeps mood balance. These properties can also help to detoxify the liver and protect it from damage if taken regularly, however, this herb should not be taken as a solution to alcoholism. Liver damage through alcohol can only be treated with this herb if alcohol is avoided and a proper diet is incorporated.
Used externally, Euphrasia officinalis (Orobanchaceae) is an excellent eyewash, its antiseptic and antibacterial qualities have been known to relieve not only inflammations and eye infections. With its vitamin C content, also known as ascorbic acid, it supports collagen and tissue healing and has shown to be helpful for weeping eczema and herpes. Euphrasia officinalis (Orobanchaceae) liquid extract is known to be effective in tightening the porous oily skin and healing acne irritated skin and stretch marks. A simple remedy for acne is to apply 5 drops of the tincture in 1/4 cup of water and then dab onto the skin. For a hassle-free application, 5-6 drops in a face moisturizer and that can be applied overnight.

Ingredients: Eyebright – Euphrasia officinalis (Orobanchaceae), Structured Water, 96% Alcohol.

Non-Alcohol: Eyebright – Euphrasia officinalis (Orobanchaceae), Structured Water, and Vegetable Glycerin.

All of our ingredients are Certified Organic, Kosher, or Responsibly Wildcrafted. No genetically modified organisms (GMO’s) are involved. All other products that are distributed by us meet our high-quality standards.

Instructions: Use 10 – 20 drops in juice or water, under the tongue or as desired. May be taken 2 – 4 times daily. Shake well. Store in cool, dark place. Keep out of reach of children.
Contraindications: Currently, there are no warnings or contraindications with the use of Eyebright – Euphrasia officinalis (Orobanchaceae). However, overuse or large amounts (more than the recommended dosage) may produce swelling of the eyelids, changes in vision, tears, sneezing, sweating, difficulty in seeing in bright light or stomach upset.
Disclaimer: The information presented herein by Herbal Alchemy is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own healthcare provider.

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Eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis) 

Synonyms / Common Names / Related Terms

Adhib, ambrosia, augentrost, Augentrostkraut (German), Augstenzieger, briselunettes (French), casse-lunette (French), clary, clary wort, clear eye, eufragia, eufrasia (Italian), Euphraise, Euphraisiaeherba, Euphraisiae herbal (eyebright herb), Euphrasia, Euphrasia mollis, Euphrasia rostkoviana, Euphrasia sibirica, euphrasy, ewfras, frasia, herbed euphraise, herbe d’euphraise officinale, hirnkraut, laegeojentrost (Danish), luminella, meadow eyebright, muscatel sage, red eyebright, sage, salvia sclarea, schabab, Scrophulariaceae, see bright, weisses ruhrkraut, wiesenaugetrost, zwang-kraut.

Mechanism of Action

Pharmacology:

  • Constituents: Eyebright contains iridoid glycosides including aucubin2,3, flavonoids, including quercetin, apigenin, and tannins. The most studied constituent of eyebright is aucubin and its aglycone, aucubigenin. However, a mechanism of therapeutic action is not known at this time.
  • Anti-inflammatory effects: In an animal study of inflammation, an oral dose of aucubin (100mg/kg) demonstrated an anti-inflammatory effect comparable to indomethacin.4 A more recent in vitro study suggested that iriod glycosides might act through inhibition of thromboxane-synthase enzyme.5
  • Anti-microbial effects: Aucubigenin, the aglycone of aucubin has been shown in vitro to possess antibacterial effects against S. aureusP. mirabilis, and B. subtilis, antifungal activity against C. albicans and P. italicum6,7, as well as anti-hepatitis B virus activity8.
  • Hepatoprotective effects: Aucubigenin, the aglycone of aucubin, inhibited hepatic RNA polymerase and protein synthesis in vivo and in vitro.9,10 In a study conducted on rat livers, aucubin inhibited the cytochrome P450 enzyme system through a glutaraldehyde-like protein cross-linking mechanism.1 Such mechanisms may mediate hepatoprotective properties against liver toxins such as carbon tetrachloride and alpha-amanitin.11

Pharmacodynamics/Kinetics:

  • Bioavailability: Aucubin, a constituent of eyebright, has shown linear pharmacokinetic behavior when administered intravenously to rats at doses of 40-400mg/kg.12 The half-life of aucubin in the post-distributive phase was 42.5 minutes, total body clearance was 7.2mL/min/kg and the volume of distribution was 346.9mL/kg at a given dose of 40mg/kg.12 When 100mg/kg of aucubin was administered orally, intraperitoneally, and hepatoportally to rats, bioavailability was 19.3%, 76.8% and 83.5% respectively, with a low plasma protein binding of 9%.12
  • Metabolism: Both fecal flora and bacterial strains isolated from human feces transformed aucubin, to aucubigenin, aucubinine A and aucubinine B.13 Aucubin is thought to be initially hydrolyzed to aucubigenin and glucose by bacterial β-glucosidase. Aucubigenin may then react with an ammonia model to form a base, which may be further subjected to reduction of the double bond and the hydroymethyl group, oxidation of the hydroxyl group and aromatization of the nitrogen containing ring, to give aucubinines A and B. It is not known whether these compounds are pharmacologically active.

References

  1. Bartholomaeus A and Ahokas J. Inhibtion of P-450 by aucubin: is the biological activity of aucubin due to its glutaraldehyde-like aglycone? Toxicol Lett1995;80(1-3):75-83.
  2. Salama O and Sticher O. Iridoid glucosides from Euphrasia rostkoviana. Part 4. Glycosides from Euphrasia species. Planta Med1983;47:90-94.
  3. Ersoz, T., Berkman, M. Z., Tasdemir, D., Ireland, C. M., and Calis, I. An iridoid glucoside from Euphrasia pectinata. J Nat Prod2000;63(10):1449-1450. 11076577
  4. Recio, M. C., Giner, R. M., Manez, S., and Rios, J. L. Structural considerations on the iridoids as anti-inflammatory agents. Planta Med1994;60(3):232-234. 8073089
  5. Bermejo, Benito P., Diaz Lanza, A. M., Silvan Sen, A. M., De Santos, Galindez J., Fernandez, Matellano L., Sanz, Gomez A., and Abad Martinez, M. J. Effects of some iridoids from plant origin on arachidonic acid metabolism in cellular systems. Planta Med2000;66(4):324-328. 10865447
  6. Rombouts JE and Links J. The chemical nature of the antibacterial substance present in Aucuba japonica Thunbg.Experientia 1956;12(2):78-80.
  7. Ulubelen, A., Topcu, G., Eris, C., Sonmez, U., Kartal, M., Kurucu, S., and Bozok-Johansson, C. Terpenoids from Salvia sclarea.Phytochemistry 1994;36(4):971-974. 7765213
  8. Chang, I. M. Liver-protective activities of aucubin derived from traditional oriental medicine. Res Commun Mol Pathol Pharmacol1998;102(2):189-204. 10100510
  9. Chang, I. M., Ryu, J. C., Park, Y. C., Yun, H. S., and Yang, K. H. Protective activities of aucubin against carbon tetrachloride-induced liver damage in mice. Drug Chem Toxicol1983;6(5):443-453. 6194953
  10. Lee, D. H., Cho, I. G., Park, M. S., Kim, K. N., Chang, I. M., and Mar, W. Studies on the possible mechanisms of protective activity against alpha- amanitin poisoning by aucubin. Arch Pharm Res2001;24(1):55-63. 11235813
  11. Chang I and Yamaura Y. Aucubin: a new antidote for poisonous amanita mushrooms. Phytother Res1993;7:53-56.
  12. Suh, N. J., Shim, C. K., Lee, M. H., Kim, S. K., and Chang, I. M. Pharmacokinetic study of an iridoid glucoside: aucubin. Pharm Res1991;8(8):1059-1063. 1924160
  13. Hattori M, Kawata Y, Inoue K, and et al. Transformation of aucubin to new pyridine monoterpene alkaloids, aucubinines A and B, by human intestinal bacteria. Phytother Res1990;4(2):66-70.

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Euphrasia rostkoviana, Orobanchaceae

Eyebright (mainly Euphrasia rostkoviana and E. stricta [syn. E. officinalis], Orobanchaceae) is a semi-parasitic alpine plant that has recorded uses in Europe that date back to the early 14th century. Its common name comes from its long history of use in the treatment of conjunctivitis, sties, and other ailments of the eye. Eyebright flower, leaf, and stem were used in poultices or as a tea for inflammatory conditions such as fever, cough, sore throat, and earache.1 In the 16th century, it became a popular flavoring for alcoholic beverages such as beer and wine. Research has shown that compounds in eyebright essential oil have antimicrobial properties, as well as tonic and astringent qualities.2

References:
Committee on Herbal Medicinal Products. Assessment report on Euphrasia officinalis L. and Euphrasia rostkoviana Hayne, herba. London, UK: European Medicines Agency; September 16, 2010.
Novy P, Davidova H, Serrano-Rojero CS, Rondevaldova J, Pulkrabek J, Kokoska L. Composition and antimicrobial activity of Euphrasia rostkoviana Hayne essential oil. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2015;2015:734101. doi:10.1155/2015/734101.

Delovanje: Ophthalmia, Astringent, Tonic, Cancer, Conjunctivitis, Jaundice, Laxative,

Reference:
Steinmetz, E.F. 1957. codex Vegetabilis. Published by the author, Amsterdam.
Hartwell, J.L. 1967-71. Plants used against cancer. A survey. Lloydia 30-34.
Font Query, P. 1979. Plantas Medicinales el Dioscorides Renovado. Editorial Labor, S.A. Barcelona. 5th Ed.
German Commission D Monographs (Preparation) Bundesanzeiger Nr. 22 a vom 3.2.1988












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