Artemisia herba-alba essential oil from Buseirah (South Jordan): Chemical characterization and assessment of safe antifungal and anti-inflammatory doses.

@article{AbuDarwish2015ArtemisiaHE,
  title={Artemisia herba-alba essential oil from Buseirah (South Jordan): Chemical characterization and assessment of safe antifungal and anti-inflammatory doses.},
  author={Mohammad Sanad Abu-Darwish and C{\'e}lia Cabral and Maria Jos{\'e} Gonçalves and Carlos Cavaleiro and Mariana Cruz and Thomas H Efferth and L{\'i}gia Salgueiro},
  journal={Journal of ethnopharmacology},
  year={2015},
  volume={174},
  pages={153-60}
}
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGIC RELEVANCE Artemisia herba-alba Asso ("desert wormwood" in English; "armoise blanche" in French; "shaih" in Arabic), is a medicinal and strongly aromatic plant widely used in traditional medicine by many cultures since ancient times. It is used to treat inflammatory disorders (colds, coughing, bronchitis, diarrhea), infectious diseases (skin diseases, scabies, syphilis) and others (diabetes, neuralgias). In Jordanian traditional medicine, this plant is used as antiseptic and… CONTINUE READING
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