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Anglo-Saxon pharmacopoeia revisited: a potential treasure in drug discovery.
Antimicrobial assays of three native British plants used in Anglo-Saxon medicine for wound healing formulations in 10th century England.
Investigation of antimicrobials from native British plants used in 10th century Anglo-Saxon wound healing formulations
- Frances Watkins
Some native species in the Anglo-Saxon formulations may have been effective for treating bacterial infection in wounds and that the medical texts are a valuable source for rediscovering plants and medicinal uses lost to Western herbal practice is shown.