Baptisia
Title: Baptisia
Additional Names: Wild indigo; indigo weed; false indigo; yellow indigo
Literature References: Perennial herb. Habit. North America. Medicinal baptisia, from root of Baptisia tinctoria R. Br., Leguminosae. Constit. Baptin¾a purgative glucoside, baptisin¾a bitter glucoside, baptitoxine (identical with cytisine), an alkaloid. Also contains a blue dye which has been used as a substitute for indigo.
Therap-Cat: Anti-infective.

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