Lobelia

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Lobelia Side Effects, Interactions and Warnings



  • May have an antidepressant effect which could interfere with medication.
    - J Pharm Sci 1992 Jul;81(7):620-1 -- An antidepressant principle of Lobelia inflata L. (Campanulaceae). -- Subarnas A, Oshima Y, Sidik, Ohizumi Y.

  • Results suggest that beta-amyrin palmitate, from lobelia, might possess a sedative action.
    - J Pharm Pharmacol 1993 Jun;45(6):545-50 -- Pharmacological properties of beta-amyrin palmitate, a novel centrally acting compound, isolated from Lobelia inflata leaves. -- Subarnas A, Tadano T, Oshima Y, Kisara K, Ohizumi Y.

  • Lobelia may have harmful effects and is potentially toxic.
    - Tex Med 2001 Jun;97(6):64-8 -- Use of alternative and complementary therapies for pediatric asthma. -- Mazur LJ, De Ybarrondo L, Miller J, Colasurdo G.

  • May cause vomiting.
    - Arch Immunol Ther Exp (Warsz) 1980;28(5):777-82 -- Studies on vomitory effect of some acridine compounds. -- Kowalczyk-Bronisz SH.







last update: March 2014



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