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- Kamatou, G.P.P., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of ethnopharmacology 2008 v.119 no.3 pp. 664-672
- traditional medicine; interspecific variation; antimicrobial properties; sesquiterpenoids; ethnobotany; monoterpenoids; Salvia; essential oils; medicinal plants; chemical constituents of plants; medicinal properties; chemical structure; South Africa
- ... The genus Salvia (sage) belongs to the Lamiaceae and encompasses 900 species worldwide of which ca. 26 indigenous species are found in southern Africa. Salvia is the largest genus in this family and constitutes almost one quarter of the Lamiaceae. In South Africa, the majority of Salvia species are distributed predominantly in the Cape region. Salvia species are used in many parts of the world to ...
- Zolini, G.P.P., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Journal of medicinal food 2008 v.11 no.2 pp. 356-361
- starter cultures; anti-inflammatory activity; tissue repair; wound treatment; polysaccharides; molasses; macrophages; kefir; cell respiration; lacerations; cultured cells; animal models; probiotics; in vitro studies; rats