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  SparkNotes: The House of the Spirits: Chapter 3, Clara the Clairvoyant
Ferula learns to her great joy that Clara is incompetent in the domestic sphere, and informs Esteban that she ought to live with them.
Before Ferula even raises the subject, Clara assures her that not only will Ferula live with the newlyweds, but the two women will live like sisters.
Ferula is incredibly moved, and a deep friendship is established between the two women.
www.sparknotes.com /lit/houseofspirits/section3.rhtml   (1230 words)

 Sememe   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ferula foetida (Ancient Egyptian gsfn; Coptic zegoio; Arabic: gum hiltit; root: mahru_t) "The plant is a herbaceous umbelliferous perennial 1.5 to 2m high.
Ferula foetida, ferula ass-foetida: gum asafetida, devil's dung, food of the gods; teufelsdreck (Ger.); stinkasant (Ger.); assefetide (Fr.); part used: the oleogum-resin obtained by incising the living rhizomes and roots; habitat: Persia and Afghanistan...
Ferula asafoetida: hin.gu (Skt.); hing (B.H.); Sanskrit writers describe asafoetida as an exudation from the root of the asafoetida plant which is indigenous to Persia, Khorasan and Multan (?).
www.hindunet.org /saraswati/Indian%20Lexicon/ferula.htm   (652 words)

  Patent 6,780,440
Previous phytochemical investigations on Ferula hermonis revealed the presence of.alpha.-bisabolol and the daucane sesquiterpenes: 8,9-epoxy jaeschkeanadiol benzoate (epoxy ferutinol benzoate, (3)), jaeschkeanadiol vanillate (ferutinol vanillate, (4)), jaeschkeanadiol p-hydroxybenzoate (ferutinin, (1)), jaeschkeanadiol benzoate (Teferdin, (2)), jaeschkeanadiol (ferutinol, (5)), 8,9-epoxy jaeschjeanadiol (12), 14-(14'-hydroxybenzoyloxy) dauc-4,8-diene(6),and 14-(14'-hydroxy-3'-methoxy-benzoyloxy) dauc-4,8-diene (7).
In a recent study on HPLC analysis of Ferula hermonis, compounds (1), (2), (3), and (4) were quantified as the marker sesquiterpenes esters, with (1) and (2) as the major components.
In accordance with previous phytochemistry studies, the mass spectrum of a methanol extract of Ferula hermonis we obtained showed peaks in the positive ion mode at m/z=341 and m/z=371 corresponding to compounds (6) and (7), respectively; and peaks in the negative mode at m/z=357 and m/z=341 corresponding to compounds (1) and (2), respectively.
www.pharmcast.com /Patents100/Yr2004/Aug2004/082404/6780440_Herbal082404.htm   (2961 words)

 HSA Promising Plant Profile - Ferula communis
(The genus name Ferula derives from the Latin for fennel.) However, this plant develops into a larger airy, green feathery mass as tall as it is wide, reaching 3 feet in height and width.
The dark mid-green leaves are much more finely divided than fennel and unfurl to about 18 inches in width.
* Ferula communis has been used medicinally in N. Africa, but is considered a vertebrate poison due to its coumarin content.
www.herbsociety.org /promplant/ferulacommunis.php   (291 words)

The unh of both ferula and actaea are quite different, with male actaea having a more jagged white discal band and a distinctive white submarginal band.
Ferula can be quite jagged in some specimens but not quite to the level of actaea.
Ferula can often, unusually for satyrids, be seen with its wings open basking in the sun, again usually the female which holds its wings almost flat as can be seen in 2406.
www.butterfliesoffrance.com /html/great_sooty_satyr.htm   (397 words)

 herb data, Asafoetida, Ferula asafoetida, safetida, assafoetida, devil's dung, food of the gods, holisticonline.com
Ferula asafoetida, a perennial of the carrot family, grows wild to 12 feet high in huge natural forests.
There is a smaller species called Ferula narthax.
The whole plant exudes the characteristic strong smell.
www.holisticonline.com /Herbal-Med/_Herbs/h118.htm   (365 words)

 Erectile dysfunction, impotence, ferula hermonis
While ferula’s benefits in this area are no secret to the majority of natural health specialists, here at HSI we believe that the plant deserves wider recognition, as it offers an effective alternative to Viagra.
To improve sexual performance the recommended dosage is 2-3ml of ferula methanolic (dissolved in alcohol) liquid extract taken twice a day, for no longer than 2 to 3 days at a time.
In addition, it is important that teenagers do not take ferula, as animal studies suggest that it could cause sexual problems to develop in cases where the sexual system is still not properly developed.
www.thehealthierlife.co.uk /article/3691/ferula-hermonis-impotence.html   (1249 words)

 Gardening Helper : Ferula (Giant Fennel)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ferula Gigantea has bright, glistening foliage, changing to a brilliant orange.
Ferula Tingitana is very stately and graceful, growing 4 ft. high.
The ferula (giant fennel) grows to a height of 8 ft or 10 ft.
www.gardeninghelper.com /ferula.html   (54 words)

 Hacked By Dreamhacker - 1712_4   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Als sogenannte Ferula wird er in den meisten Schriften erwähnt, ohne daß eine Erklärung dieses merkwürdigen lateinischen Wortes geliefert wird.
erläutert, der Begriff Ferula kommt in der Fachliteratur selten vor, und wo er genannt wird, steht einschränkend und genau lokalisiert: die sogenannte Ferula in der Evangelischen Stadtpfarrkirche in Hermannstadt.
Die Ferula wurde als Kapelle benutzt, vermutet Ludwig Reissenberger in seinem 1884 in Hermannstadt erschienenen, großformatigen und reich illustrierten Buch Die Evangelische Stadtpfarrkirche in Hermannstadt.
www.hermannstaedter.ro /modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=1115   (705 words)

 Associazione Amici di Brugg - Odontoiatria - n. 2 2002 - Effetto ferula? Sì, ma non a qualunque costo
Furono Eismann e Radke nel 1987 a usare il termine "effetto ferula" per indicare questo anello di metallo fuso circondante a 360° il dente e a raccomandare l'estensione della corona finale sulla struttura dentale sana per almeno 2 mm apicalmente alla giunzione moncone artificiale/dente.
Libman e Nicholls (Int J Prosthodont 1995; 8: 155-61) hanno riportato in una ricerca su incisivi superiori estratti e ricostruiti con perni fusi un'aumentata resistenza al fallimento per fatica, derivante da cicli di carico, del cemento di corone i cui margini si estendevano almeno 1,5 mm apicalmente al moncone artificiale.
Se la ferula è assente o molto ridotta si può avere una flessione del perno e del moncone con frattura del cemento della corona, donde infiltrazione e poi carie, che può arrivare fino a una sostanziale distruzione della struttura dentale.
www.amicidibrugg.it /rivista/200202/art4_1.asp   (1249 words)

 botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Asafetida - Herb Profile and Information
Besides being largely admixed with inferior qualities of Asafetida, it has often red clay, sand, stones and gypsum added to it to increase the weight.
The umbels have no involucre, the limb of the calyx is suppressed, the stylopods depressed and cup-shaped, styles recurved, fruit compressed at back, dilated at margin.
The Persian Sagapenum, or Serapinum, a species of Ferula which was formerly imported from Bombay, is in appearance very similar to Asafetida, but does not go pink when freshly fractured, and in smell is less disagreeable than Asafetida.
www.botanical.com /botanical/mgmh/a/asafe070.html   (596 words)

 Ferula communis
The reduction in the levels of prothrombin induce extensive haemorrhages which can lead to death.
In this case we present the clinical and pathologic lesions caused by the ingestion of Ferula communis in ostriches.
The first clinical signs observed in the flock were swollen joints, samples collected from the joints of affected animals revealed that the joints contained large quantities of blood.
www.poultrymed.com /files/Ferulacommunis.html   (145 words)

 QUI BRESCIA - Musicisti bresciani: Ferula
I Ferula sono così arrivati, nel 1998, alla prima incisione di un demo di sette pezzi in stile punk hardcore.
La musica dei Ferula è cresciuta di pari passo con la maturazione artistica del duo Timpanaro-Bicelli.
Il ritmo torna a essere effervescente in "Ciò che ho da dire", pezzo rock carico di energia, che valorizza le doti di un insieme capace anche di passaggi veementi.
www.quibrescia.it /gruppibrescianiferula.htm   (451 words)

 Definition of Ferula from dictionary.net
(Med.) A fetid gum resin obtained from a species of Ferula.
It has been used in hysteria, etc., but is now seldom met with.
[L. ferula giant fennel (its stalks were used in punishing schoolboys), rod, whip, fr.
www.dictionary.net /ferula   (64 words)

 PLANTS Profile for Ferula assa-foetida (asafetida) | USDA PLANTS
Ferula assa-foetida L. View 89 genera in Apiaceae, 3 species in Ferula
Ferula assa-foetida L. Click on a scientific name below to expand it in the PLANTS Classification Report.
Ferula assa-foetida L. View species account from ARS Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN).
plants.usda.gov /java/nameSearch?keywordquery=Ferula%20assa-foetida&mode=sciname&submit.x=12&submit.y=8   (85 words)

 Amazon.com: FERULA   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Two matrix metalloproteinases inhibitors from Ferula persica var.
Asafoetida (Ferula asafoetida)- 1 pound pwd by Vadik Herbs
Novel antioxidants isolated from plants of the genera Ferula, Inula, Prangos and Rheum collected in Uzbekistan.: An article from: Phytomedicine: International...
www.amazon.com /s?ie=UTF8&keywords=FERULA&index=blended&page=1   (419 words)

 Ferula communis L. - Riesenfenchel oder Steckenkraut
Das hat sich im lateinischen ’ferula minaces' - Drohungen oder ’ferire - schlagen, töten, hinrichten' niedergeschlagen.
Wesentlich friedlicher war eine weitere Verwendung: das lockere Mark diente als Zunder beim Feueranmachen oder beim Transport von Glut; diese Verwendung ist für Sizilien noch bis zum Beginn des vergangenen Jahrhunderts dokumentiert.
Eine Nutzung als Gewürz oder Medizin kommt Ferula communis nicht zu; andere Arten der etwa 172 Spezies umfassenden Gattung sind wichtige Lieferanten von Arzneistoffen und pflanzlichem Gummi.
www.tu-darmstadt.de /fb/bio/bot/ferula/index.html   (400 words)

 Ferula - www.kath.de
Für Päpste wurde die Ferula geschaffen, mit dem geraden, von einem Kreuz gekrönten Schaft.
Aber die Päpste trugen ihn nicht bei Gottesdiensten und Amtshandlungen, sondern er wurde dem Papst bei der Liturgie vorangetragen.
Vatikanums die Ferula wieder zur Geltung gebracht und sie erstmals bei der Schlussfeier am 8.
www.kath.de /kurs/vatikan/ferula.php   (324 words)

 M.M.P.N.D. - Sorting Ferula names
Ferula assafoetida auct., non L. Ferula foetida (Bunge) Regel
Ferula foetida (Burige) Regel -> Ferula assa-foetida L. Ferula galbaniflua Boiss.
SYNONYM(S) : Ferula assafoetida auct., non L., Ferula koelzii Rech.f.
www.plantnames.unimelb.edu.au /Sorting/Ferula.html   (147 words)

 Northern Cyprus, Ferula, Apiaceae
Ferula communis, a huge (1m) and distinct looking Apiaceae.
ne of the most disting looking of the Cyprus Landscape is Ferula.
It can reach about 1.5m and is not unlike a giant Fennel.
elpinto.free.fr /uk/cyprus/ferula.htm   (43 words)

 GALBANUM OIL MAROC (Ferula galbaniflua) Essential Oil
500g GALBANUM OIL MAROC (Ferula galbaniflua) Essential Oil
Welcome to the Soap Making and Essential Oil Store featuring the purest hand made soap, clinical quality soap making supplies and concentrated steam distilled essential oils.
This is partly achieved, by utilizing the physical and molecular properties of aromatic plant steam distilled extractions or what we will refer to here as essential oils.
www.creationherbal.com /gaoilmafgaes.html   (337 words)

 Ferula Glauca - Homeopathic Dilutions
Note: Indications labeled by the manufacturer for Ferula Glauca may include Stiffness.
This remedy (Ferula Glauca) may treat a variety of indications, and the listing should not be a limiting factor in treatments.
This site also provides extensive homeopathic medicine reviews and as well as debate and discussions on homeopathy in our forums section of the site.
hmedicine.com /homeopathic/dilutions/F-G/Ferula_Glauca   (118 words)

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