Chelidonium spp.



The Chelidonium genus, commonly known as celandines, consists of herbaceous flowering perennials in the poppy family. This genus is native to northern Africa and Eurasia, where they are widespread, ranging from western Europe to east Asia. Chelidonium is a small genus, consisting of 2-3 species. The more commonly known species C. majus is toxic in moderate doses as it contains a range of isoquinoline alkaloids; use in herbal medicine requires the correct dose. The main alkaloid present in the herb and root is coptisine.
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