Urtica Carduus Elektron
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Experiment File-8987

Urtica Carduus Elektron

File translation nº 8987 “Urtica Carduus Elektron”.

Urtica Carduus Elektron is a plant generated artificially by electronic grafts, Contains sharp spines and grasping with a poison extracted from Belladonna able to leave in a coma or death in a short time. It feeds on other animals, killing them and eating in their state of putrefaction. Its roots have been replaced by wires which is able to move to move at speed across the moors.
Their reproductive organs have been removed to have more control over it, because in captivity could cause serious problems to the surrounding population. Although its use as a weapon could have be irresponsible because we have little control over this, could be used as a trap or guardian of enclosed spaces to protect certain information.
Chemical composition: contains flavonoids (antioxidant and anti-inflammatory action), mineral salts, organic acids, pro vitamin A and C, mucilage, formic acid, acetylcholine, chlorophyll, tannins, resins, silicon, acetylcholine, potassium, glucoquininas and a large amount of chlorophyll (hence the intense dark green), histamine and serotonin. The plant also has a substance called secretin, which is one of the best stimulatory stomach secretions, pancreatic and bile as well as the peristalsis of the intestine.
It also contains chlorophyll and organic acids, to which it owes its diuretic and uricosuric marked. Properties nettle scientifically proven: the extracts are slightly hypoglycemic. It has antibacterial properties and favorable effects in the treatment of skin conditions (Prihoda, 1940, Wren, 1944). Medicinal use approved by the Audit Commission for Pharmaceuticals: rubefacient.
– Chlorophyll a and b – Carotenoids (beta-carotene). – Flavonoids – Mineral salts (Fe, Ca, Si, K, Mg). – Organic acids – Provitamin A – Mucilages – Escopoletósido – Sitosterol In the trichomes:
– Acetylcholine – Histamine – Serotonin Estate: – Tannins – Phytosterols – Ceramides – Fenilpropanos – lignans – Polyphenols – Monoterpendioles – agglutinin Detail of floral catkins Urtica dioica. – Polysaccharides – Escopoletósido Seeds: – Mucilages – Protein – Oil: linoleum acid – Tocopherols
The stinging nettle (Urtica dioica), commonly known as stinging nettle and green nettle, is the most common. It Urtica plant genus of the family Urticaceae reaches between 50 and 150cm.
The best known feature of this plant is the presence of caustic liquid whose stinging hairs (acetylcholine) produces an intense irritation itchy skin when touched or scratches. It has the square stem, oval leaves with serrated edges, its flowers are small, unisexual, inconspicuous and grouped into clusters.