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Sarcostemma acidum

Eudicotyledones 
Ordo : Gentianales 
Familia : Apocynaceae 
Genus : Sarcostemma 
Species : S. acidum 
Sarcostemma acidum 
(Roxb.) Voigt  
Synonyma
*Asclepias acida Roxb.
  • Cynanchum acidum (Roxb.) Oken

Sarcostemma acidum (nomen anno 1845 ab Ioachimo Ottone Voigt statutum) est species plantarum familiae Apocynacearum, in vallibus subtropicis sub montibus Himalayis sponte crescens. Nonnulli religioni Hinduicae haerentes sucum huius speciei ad soma conficiendum recipiunt, olim ex alia planta expressum.

BibliographiaRecensere

De botanica
  • J. O. Voigt, Hortus suburbanus Calcuttensis; A catalogue of the plants which have been cultivated in the Hon. East India Company's botanical garden, Calcutta, and in the Serampore botanical garden (Calcuttae: Bishop's College Press, 1845) p. 542
De pharmacologia
De usu religioso
  • Rajesh Kochhar, "The Rgvedic Soma Plant" in ‘Medicine and Life Sciences in India (Novi Dillii, Centre for Studies in Civilization, 2001) pp. 724-739
  • Wendy Donovan O'Flaherty, "The Post-Vedic History of the Soma Plant" in Robert Gordon Wasson, ed., Soma: Divine Mushroom of Immortality (Novi Eboraci, 1968) pp. 95-147

Nexus externiRecensere

  Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad Sarcostemma acidum spectant (Sarcostemma acidum, Cynanchum acidum).
  Vide "Sarcostemma acidum" apud Vicispecies.
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