Grindelia is a genus of plants native to the Americas belonging to the family Asteraceae, (Compositae). G. squarrosa, a plant with bright yellow flowers indigenous to much of the United States, is commonly called curlycup gumweed. G. robusta, found in the western states, is a coastal scrub bush that is reputed to have several medicinal uses. Hairy gumweed, Grindelia cuneifolia, occurs in brackish coastal marshes of western North America, such as in some portions of the San Francisco Bay perimeter.
Researchers from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University report details of new studies and findings in the area of antiinflammatory.
Apr 21, 2010; "Whole plant methanolic extracts of 14 traditionally used medicinal herbs were evaluated for their anti-inflammatory activity....
Giant, mutant, itchier poison ivy!: Duke researchers confirm what foresters have noticed for years: the greenhouse effect is a gas for the virulent vines.
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