Convallaria
Title: Convallaria
Additional Names: Lily of the valley; May lily; Park lily; May blossom
Literature References: Dried flowers of Convallaria majalis L., Liliaceae. Habit. U.S., Europe, Northern Asia; cultivated in gardens. Constit. of dried flowers: Convallatoxin, convallarin, volatile oil; of dried rhizome and roots: Glycosides of convallamarin, convallatoxin, convallarin. Extraction and identification of glycosides: Tschesche, Seehofer, Ber. 87, 1108 (1954); Erbring, Patt, Arzneim.-Forsch. 8, 554 (1958).
 
Derivative Type: Convallaria glycosides
Trademarks: Convacard (Madaus); Convallan (Gecke); Convallen; Convalyt; Convasid
Properties: An aqueous extract containing the total glycosides of Convallaria.
 
Therap-Cat: Cardiotonic.
Therap-Cat-Vet: Has been used as a cardiotonic and diuretic.

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