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Determination of Scientific Name of Faranjmoshk: A Traditional Persian Medicinal Plant

@inproceedings{Bozorgi2017DeterminationOS,
  title={Determination of Scientific Name of Faranjmoshk: A Traditional Persian Medicinal Plant},
  author={Mahbubeh Bozorgi and Masoud Mirmasoumi and Gholamreza Amin},
  year={2017}
}
Faranjmoshk is one of the seeds that are sold in Iranian herbal markets for various medical purposes including anxiety, spleen disorder and inflammatory bowel disease. For the variety of discussions around different botanical characteristics of Faranjmoshk in different references,there is no exactscientific name for these seeds. Moreover, Faranjmoshk , basil and lemon balm seeds are incorrectly equaled in somearticles. It is important to distinguish between them.The aim of the present study was… Expand
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