Aconite Alkaloids

To include the isoquinoline alkaloids of opium alkaloids. In the Central Asian opium into morphine, contains the highest number (10%), narcotine (5%), papaverine (0.8%), thebaine (0.4%), codeine (0.3%) and others. Morphine has a powerful effect on central nervous system. If reusable methods morphine person can tolerate substantial doses of this alkaloid, is getting used to it and develops a very dangerous and almost incurable disease thebaism. Thus, basic knowledge of poisonous plants as an opportunity to clean pads for equipment for clean pillows, their properties and harmful effects on the body is a practical necessity as for the entire population as a whole, and in particular for those related to the harvesting of these plants.

The following is a description of poisonous herbs. Aconite Jungar (Issyk-Kul root). Perennial herbaceous plant 70-130 cm rhizome is given by a chain of interlocking large root tubers, length of 2-2.5 cm and a thickness of 0.7-1 cm Stem erect, robust, the leaves are bare, hard, dark green, paler below, than from above, the length of 5-9 cm and width -8-12 cm plant found in the Tien Shan Mountains. Swarmed by offers, Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr. is currently assessing future choices. Need cleaning pads. It grows in the alpine zone, on mountain slopes and riverbanks.

Rhizome Aconite contains up to 1.5% alkaloids, including aconitine (0.6%), zongorin (up to 0.24%), monoatsetilzongorin (0.01%), etc. In addition, they contain starch and organic acids. Aconitine one of the most powerful plant poisons. When applied to the skin it causes itching, followed by anesthesia. Poisoning by aconitine irrespective of the mode of administration is manifested in the form of itching and tingling in various parts of the body aches, severe burning and pain in the gastrointestinal tract. Mentioned as dizziness, blackout, pupil dilation, paleness of skin, during the restoration of breathing difficulties and cardiac arrhythmia. Death occurs from respiratory failure. Tincture of aconite is used externally for neuralgia, migraine, toothache, rheumatism and other illnesses as a painkiller. However, the extreme toxicity limits the use of medicinal aconite.