10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CHRYSAROBIN»
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Initiation and Promotion in Skin Or Liver Neoplasia: A 65 ...
25nM DMBACIbpical, once, in acetone) - lOOnM Chrysarobin (Topical, once-
weekly, for 24 weeks, in acetone) 25nM ... in acetone, each application given 1
hour after each chrysarobin application) 25nM DMBACIbpical, once, in acetone)
Encyclopaedia of Pure Materia Medica
I conclude that Chrysarobin is, in a dose of twenty-five grains for adults or of six or
more grains for children, an emetic purge, of which the action is unattended by
any inconvenient symptoms. Observations of Chrysophanic acid upon 116 ...
Journal of Cutaneous Diseases Including Syphilis
CHRYSAROBIN. AT several recent meetings of the New York Dermatolooical
Society, there have been informal discussions concerning chrysarobin (
chrysophanic acid), and moro especially in relation to its apparent deterioration
in strength ...
Principles and Practice of Phytotherapy: Modern Herbal Medicine
Natural anthraquinones in the form of chrysarobin have also been used topically
in the treatment of psoriasis. Chrysarobin, a mixture of substances including
chrysophanol, is obtained from araroba or goa powder. Araroba is extracted from
Kerry Bone, Simon Mills, 2013
A Manual of Materia Medica and Pharmacology
GOA POWDER: Chrysarobin 65-85 p. c., gum 7 p. c., resin 2 p. c., bitter extractive
7 p. c., woody fiber 5 p. c., ash .3-3 p. c. ChryBarobinum. Chrysarobin. —
Obtained by treating Goa Powder with hot benzene (hot chloroform), evaporating
Trease and Evans' Pharmacognosy
Chrysarobin is a mixture of substances obtained from araroba or Goa powder by
extraction with hot benzene. Araroba is extracted from cavities in the trunk of
Andira araroba (Leguminosae). Chrysarobin contains chrysophanol anthranol,
William Charles Evans, 2009
Experiments in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Second Edition
EXPERIMENT 50: DIFFERENTIATION OF CHRYSAROBIN AND GLYCOSIDES
From 1882 to the present, the U.S. Pharmacopeia has included chrysarobin in its
listings. Chrysarobin is a reddish-brown powder obtained from the wood of the ...
Chrysarobin possesses the inconvenience of staining the surrounding skin (
temporarily) and permanently staining the clothing; and a number of substitutes
— naphthol, resorcin, antarobin, hydroxylamin, etc. — have been proposed.
Some of ...
From Arsenic to Biologicals: A 200 Year History of Psoriasis
Chrysarobin Chrysarobin (chrysophanic acid) has also been administered
internally to treat psoriasis. Chrysarobin is a mixture of substances obtained from
araroba, a substance found in the trunk of the Andira Araroba, a large tree
growing in ...
Vitamin and Mineral Deficiencies
One of these which sometimes is used as a last resort is chrysarobin, which is not
a vitamin. If chrysarobin grew in a plant commonly eaten you would call it a
vitamin. This phenol seems to be remarkably effective in some cases, in others it