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Anethum graveolens L. (dill): One plant for many Gynaecological disorders

@inproceedings{Kinage2015AnethumGL,
  title={Anethum graveolens L. (dill): One plant for many Gynaecological disorders},
  author={Pradip Kinage and Deepika Chaudhari},
  year={2015}
}
Introduction Unhealthy Dietary habits like excessive intake of junk food, improper timing of diet; lack of exercise, excess stress have made females prone for many gynaecological disorders like dysmenorrhoea, infertility etc. In spite of advances in science, management of gynaecological disorders is still not satisfactory. As hormonal and surgical treatment is having various side effects, herbal treatment following Ayurvedic principles ( ) commonly known as “Dill” has been recognized in… Expand

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