ETYMOLOGY OF THE WORD SABADILLA
From Spanish cebadilla, diminutive of cebada barley, from Latin cibāre to feed, from cibus food.
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Biological and Biotechnological Control of Insect Pests
4.2.4 Sabadilla Sabadilla is derived from the ripe seeds of Schoenoeaulon
officinale, also known as cevadilla or caustic barley, a tropical lily that grows in
Central and South America. This species and several others (including the "false
Jack E. Rechcigl, Nancy A. Rechcigl, 1999
Recognition and Management of Pesticide Poisonings (5th Ed. )
SABADILLA. (Veratrum. alkaloid). Sabadilla consists of the powdered ripe seeds
of a South American lily. It is used as dust, with lime or sulfur, or dissolved in
kerosene, mainly to kill ectoparasites on domestic animals and humans.
On the medical properties of the natural order Ranunculaceæ
... belong to the extensive family ranunculacece ; and with regard to the third, the
plant which yields the Sabadilla seeds, little appears to be known, by which its
precise character and situation in botanical arrangements can be determined.
Recognition and Management of Pesticide Poisonings
SABADILLA SOURCE AND PRODUCTS Sabadilla consists of the powdered ripe
seeds of a South American lily. It is used as a dust, with lime or sulfur, or
dissolved in kerosene, mainly to kill ectoparasites on domestic animals and
Household Homeopathy: A Safe and Effective Approach to ...
Sabadilla incorporates all the symptoms traditionally thought of in association
with seasonal allergies. In addition, the patient is chilly and very sensitive to cold.
Theme: This remedy, taken from a plant native to the Americas, tends to be acute
A Dictionary of the Economic Products of India
Assisted by contributors, Scottish botanist George Watt (1851-1930) set about organising vast amounts of information on India's commercial plants and produce, including scientific and vernacular names, properties, domestic and medical uses, ...
Neem Neem is a plant extract that interferes with insects' hormone system,
preventing reproduction. Whilst not yet widely available, it offers great potential
as a non-selective, non-residual insecticide. Sabadilla Sabadilla is an insecticide
Integrated Pest Management: Principles and Practice
6.4.2 Sabadilla Sabadilla is a mixture of alkaloids extracted from an endemic
plant of the Balkans, Veratrum album L., and also from a Venezuelan Liliaceae,
Schoenocaulon officinale (Schlect. & Champ.), also known as Indian caustic
D. P. Abrol, Uma Shankar, 2012
Annotated Bibliography of Analytical Methods for Pesticides
ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR SABADILLA UNITED STATES PRODUCTION
AND MARKETING ADMINISTRATION Determination of sabadilla alkaloids.
Livestock Branch, Insecticide Div., Method 725,0 Q'rocessed'J (no date),
Sabadilla seed ...
National Research Council (U.S.). Food Protection Committee, 1954
Sabadilla insecticide was usually applied as a dust which contained up to 20 per
cent of the powdered plant. The chemistry and uses of sabadilla have been
reviewed by Crosby (1971). The major insecticidal components of sabadilla are
Opender Koul, G. S. Dhaliwal, 2003
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Traiter le rhume des foins avec l'homéopathie
À associer éventuellement avec: Sabadilla 5CH: éternuements spasmodiques, écoulement nasal, gorge irritée et enflée avec sensation de gêne. 3 granules 3 ... «Notre Temps, Jun 15»
Treat you children's allergies naturally with homeopathy and …
... euphrasia officinalis 6X (eyebright)…. eye and eyelid redness, burning tears, sabadilla 6x (cevadilla)…. wheezing respiration, sneezing, sticta pulmonaria 6X ... «Eco Child's Play, Feb 15»
Valent USA Corporation and MGK Enter into Marketing Agreement …
... premium product for organic control of hard- and soft-bodied insects; and Veratran D®, the only EPA-registered product with sabadilla as an active ingredient. «Business Wire, Oct 14»
Hay fever treatment: Eight ways to combat this allergy
Sabadilla for episodes of violent sneezing, itching in the nose and throat, the constant feeling that a sneeze is coming, runny nose and eyes, and tears with every ... «Courier Mail, Sep 14»
Come curare l'allergia al polline con i rimedi omeopatici
Se il sintomo è una rinorrea non irritante l'ideale è cinque granuli ogni ora di Sabadilla 9 CH, per una rinorrea chiara si consigliano cinque granuli all'ora di ... «MondoBenessereBlog, Aug 14»
Rhinite allergique : c'est dès janvier qu'il faut y penser
Sabadilla : lorsqu'il y a rhinite avec éternuements spasmodiques et des écoulements abondants mais peu irritants. S'y associe parfois une sensation ... «TopSanté, Jan 14»
Homeopatía de largo recorrido
... cuando predomina la destilación acuosa nasal y el lagrimeo; o el picor en el paladar con la planta “Sabadilla officinarum” preparada en forma homeopática; ... «Mujerhoy.com, Dec 13»
John Gosden has three runners entered for Saturday's November …
The Newmarket trainer, successful with Hieroglyphic (1991), Turgenev (1992), Sabadilla (1997), Charm School (2009) and Zuider Zee (2011), is considering ... «SkySports, Nov 13»
Great gambles to remember at Galway
Paul Nolan hatched a daring long-term strategy after Cloone River hit the post when second to Sabadilla in the 2003 Galway Hurdle. Convinced that his charge ... «Irish Independent, Jul 13»
Lo natural no es sinónimo de seguro
Azufre y oxicloruro de cobre tienen valores Ciap similares a los cuatro fungicidas de síntesis; mientras que los insecticidas rotenona, ryania y sabadilla de ... «La Voz del Interior, Jul 13»