Chemical composition and antimicrobial activity of three essential oils from Curcuma wenyujin.

Abstract

Curcuma wenyujin is a traditional medicinal plant in China. The non-steamed rhizomes, steamed rhizomes and steamed roots of this plant are used as herbal medicines in three clinics, namely Pian-jiang-huang (PJH), Wen-e-zhu (WEZ), and Wen-yu-jin (WYJ), and are officially listed in the Chinese Pharmacopoeia. The purpose of this study was to conduct a… (More)

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@article{Zhu2013ChemicalCA, title={Chemical composition and antimicrobial activity of three essential oils from Curcuma wenyujin.}, author={Jingjing Zhu and Agnieszka D Lower-Nedza and Meng Hong and Song Jie and Zhimin Wang and Dong Yingmao and Christine Tschiggerl and Franz Bucar and Adelheid H Brantner}, journal={Natural product communications}, year={2013}, volume={8 4}, pages={523-6} }