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Crocus sativus

Crocus sativus

Crocus sativus L. Engl.: saffron, Asian saffron, Bulgarian saffron, Greek saffron, Italian saffron, Persian saffron, saffron crocus. Deu.: Safran, Krokus. Suom.: maustesahrami, sahrami. Sven.: saffran, saffranskrokus. Fran.: safran. Span.: azafrán. Bot. syn.: Crocus odorus Vis.

American Saffron.

Problems:
Archives: Best of the Herbal Forums: 02.2003.

Saffron.

Botanical name:

Classic texts: Scudder's Materia Medica, 1898: Diaphoretics.

2.5 Saffron

Botanical name:
Culinary herbfaq: single herbs.

Gleanings in Materia Medica.

Classic texts: Journals: AJP 1887. Aesculus hippocastanum; Robinia pseudacacia poisoning; Caffeine diuretic; Eupatorium ayapana; Eupatorium villosum; Adulterations of saffron.

Gleanings in Materia Medica.

Classic texts: Journals: AJP 1881. Curare of French Guiana, Curare of British Guiana, New African Arrow Poison, Preparation of Cocaina, Glucoside from Ivy Leaves, Cork Tar, Senega Root, Bulgarian Opium, Adulterated catechu, Testing of Bees' Wax for Adulterations, Factitious saffron.

Syrupus Croci.

Botanical name:
Preparations:

Classic texts: Journals: AJP 1871.

Crocus.

Botanical name:

Classic texts: Felter 1922.

Crocus. Crocus sativus.

Botanical name:

Classic texts: Ellingwood 1919.



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