Cissampelos Pareira
Velvetleaf Vel"vet*leaf`, n. (Bot.) A name given to several plants which have soft, velvety leaves, as the {Abutilon Avicenn[ae]}, the {Cissampelos Pareira}, and the {Lavatera arborea}, and even the common mullein. [1913 Webster]

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  • Cissampelos pareira — L. Bejunco de cerca (C); Patacon (C) . In Colombia, the vine is used for cordage. The plant is antiasthmatic, diuretic, expectorant, emmenagogic, febrifugal, lithontriptic, sudorific, and is used as a barbasco and a snakebite cure. The roots are… …   EthnoBotanical Dictionary

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  • CISSAMPELOS OWARIENSIS P. BEAUV. - ЦИССАМПЕЛОС ОВАРИЙСКИЙ — см. 313. Кустарник. Дерево. С. owariensis P. Beauv. Ц. оварийский ex DC. Prodr. I (1824) 100. Diels (1910) 302. Dalziel (1937) 13. S у n. C. insolita Miers; C. pareira L. var. owariensis Oliv.; C. hirta Miers; C. owariensis var. asperifolia Welw …   Справочник растений

  • Cissampĕlos — (Ciss. L.), Pflanzengattung zur Familie Menispermaceae, Diöcie, Monadelphie L. Arten: C. Pareira, Schlingpflanze auf Gebirgen in Westindien u. Mexico; davon die Pareirawurzel (Rad. Pareirae L.), die in fingers bis armsdicken, mehrere Fuß langen,… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

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