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Dr. Duke's Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical databases facilitate in-depth plant, chemical, bioactivity, and ethnobotany searches using scientific or common names. Search results can be downloaded in PDF or spreadsheet form. Of interest to pharmaceutical, nutritional, and biomedical research, as well alternative therapies and herbal products.


Key: A= Biological Activity C= Chemical E= Ethnobotany Plant P= Plant S= Syndrome U= Ethnobotany Use
E Salix fragilis (Gevrek Sogut; Safsaf; Sugut)
E Ephedra fragilis (Efedra)
P Salix alba (White Willow)
E Salix nigra (Black Willow; Kara Sogut; Willow; Black)
E Salix tetrasperma (Dalu-dalu; Dedalu; Gendalu)
E Salix alba (Ak Sogut; Safsaf Abyadh; Sauce Blanco; Sugut Aghaji; Vrba; White Willow; Willow)
E Salix babylonica (Al Baki; Al Safsaf; Dar Be; Liu; Liu Chiao; Salgueiro Chorao; T'Ien Ch'A; Weeping Willow)
E Salix purpurea (Ch'Ing Yang; Kirmizi Sogut; P'U Liu; P'U Yang; Purple Willow; Safsaf; Shui Yang; Sugut)
E Salix sp (Osier; Willow)
E Salix irrorata (Bluestem Willow)
E Salix gilgiana (Kawa-Yanagi)
E Salix koriyanagi (Kori-Yanagi)
E Salix acmophylla (Bada)