Plant-based antimicrobial studies--methods and approaches to study the interaction between natural products.
It is recommended for future development in the field of phytosynergy that consideration should be given to the selection criteria for the two inhibitors of synergistic interactions, and a more conservative approach should be adopted when classifying synergy.
Eugenol—From the Remote Maluku Islands to the International Market Place: A Review of a Remarkable and Versatile Molecule
Eugenol is considered safe as a food additive but due to the wide range of different applications, extensive use and availability of clove oil, it is pertinent to discuss the general toxicity with special reference to contact dermatitis.
African seed oils of commercial importance — Cosmetic applications
Gingerols and shogaols: Important nutraceutical principles from ginger.
The in vitro antibiofilm activity of selected culinary herbs and medicinal plants against Listeria monocytogenes
Aims: The antibiofilm activity of extracts obtained from selected herbs, spices, beverages and commercially important medicinal plants was investigated on Listeria monocytogenes.
The antimicrobial activity of four commercial essential oils in combination with conventional antimicrobials
- S. V. van Vuuren, S. Suliman, A. Viljoen
- Biology, MedicineLetters in Applied Microbiology
- 1 April 2009
Investigation of the in vitro pharmacological interactions between essential oils and conventional antimicrobials when used in combination to find alternatives to conventional antimicrobial therapy.
The in vitro pharmacological activities and a chemical investigation of three South African Salvia species.
Geraniol — A review of a commercially important fragrance material
Antimicrobial activity of southern African medicinal plants with dermatological relevance: From an ethnopharmacological screening approach, to combination studies and the isolation of a bioactive…