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Non-scientific name:

elderberry

2 Accepted name(s) for "elderberry":

8 Medicinal source(s) include this non-scientific name:

Medicinal sources: Scientific names as used in medicinal source: MPNS matched scientific names: Accepted name: Trade forms: Plant parts:
WHODrug Herbal Substances (WHO-UMC, 2019) Sambucus nigra L. Sambucus nigra L. Sambucus nigra L. Fruit, Flower
Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004) Sambucus nigra L. Sambucus nigra L. Sambucus nigra L.
WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004) Sambucus nigra L. Sambucus nigra L. Sambucus nigra L. dried flower flower
Med. Pl. Trop. Africa (Schmelzer et al., 2008) Sambucus nigra L. Sambucus nigra L. Sambucus nigra L.
Food & Med. in Rural Sweden, Ukraine & NW Russia (Stryamets et al., 2015) Sambucus nigra L. Sambucus nigra L. Sambucus nigra L.
Indian Med. Pl. Database (TDU, 2020) Sambucus nigra L. Sambucus nigra L. Sambucus nigra L.
SEPASAL database (Kew, 1999) Sambucus nigra L. Sambucus nigra L. Sambucus nigra L.
GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999) Sambucus nigra L. subsp. canadensis (L.) Bolli Sambucus nigra subsp. canadensis (L.) Bolli Sambucus canadensis L.

68 Non-scientific name(s) associated with "elderberry":

Non-scientific names: Class of name: Medicinal sources:
aalhornblüten Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
aghti Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
agti Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
american elder Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
american elder bailasan Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
american elderberry Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
black elder Other Med. Pl. Trop. Africa (Schmelzer et al., 2008)
WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
bodzavirág Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
bombardie Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
bore tree Other Med. Pl. Trop. Africa (Schmelzer et al., 2008)
boumbardelia Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
boumbardier Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
bourtree Other Indian Med. Pl. Database (TDU, 2020)
bourtree flower Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
campukacceti Other Indian Med. Pl. Database (TDU, 2020)
canadian elder Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
couloubrignier Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
elder Other Med. Pl. Trop. Africa (Schmelzer et al., 2008)
Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)
SEPASAL database (Kew, 1999)
elder flowers Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
elderberry tree Other Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)
european elder Other Indian Med. Pl. Database (TDU, 2020)
WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
fiore di sambuco Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
fleurs de sureau Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
fliederblüten Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
flor de sabugeiro Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
flores de sauco Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
flores sambuci Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
florida elder Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
flos sambuci Pharmaceutical WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
flos sambucinigra Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
grand sureau Other Med. Pl. Trop. Africa (Schmelzer et al., 2008)
Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)
holderblüten Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
hollerblüten Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
holunderblüten Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
hüschenblumen Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
kabiusabugah Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
kalikenblumen Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
kanadafläder Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
kanadese vlier Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
khaman kabiv sabubah Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
mexican elder Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
okkez sidi musa Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
patlanguc Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
petadou Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
pipe tree Other Indian Med. Pl. Database (TDU, 2020)
sabugeiro Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
sabugueiro-negro Other Med. Pl. Trop. Africa (Schmelzer et al., 2008)
sahuquier Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
sahus sambequie Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
sambuc Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
sambuci flos Pharmaceutical Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)
sambuci fructus Pharmaceutical Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)
sambuco Other Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)
WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
sammuch Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
sammuco Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
sauci Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
saucio Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
sauco Other Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)
WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
sauguer Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
saúco Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
scwarzer holunder Other Med. Pl. of the World (Wyk & Wink, 2004)
seic Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
seiyouniwatoko Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
sultanotu Other WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
sureau Other Med. Pl. Trop. Africa (Schmelzer et al., 2008)
WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
sureau noir Other Med. Pl. Trop. Africa (Schmelzer et al., 2008)
WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
sweet elder Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
WHO Monographs Med. Pl. 2 (2004)
бузина чoрна Other Food & Med. in Rural Sweden, Ukraine & NW Russia (Stryamets et al., 2015)