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

  title={Determination of Scientific Name of Faranjmoshk: A Traditional Persian Medicinal Plant},
  author={Mahbubeh Bozorgi and Masoud Mirmasoumi and Gholamreza Amin},
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… 

Antioxidant Property of Majoon-e-Dabeed-ul-Ward: a Traditional Herbal Formulation in Persian Medicine

Commonly used Majoon-e-Dabeed-ul-Ward hydro- alcoholic extract possessed radical scavenging activity with IC50 value of 174 μg/mL, and the antioxidant effect of the commonly used formula in Iran was studied using DPPH method.

A Descriptive Study of Medicinal Plants and Polyherbal Formulation Prescribed for Patients in Persian Medicine Clinic ( Salamatkadeh ) Affiliated to Tehran University of Medical Sciences ( 2016 )

Most usable herbal medicines detected in this study have varies applications and some of them have not been studied yet and investigation of the key usages can be subjected for future studies.

Comparing Learning Motivation and Student Achievement Using Various Learning Models

This study aims to examine the differences in student learning and learning outcomes between different learning models between using collaborative learning models Contextual Teaching and Learning and



Ethnobotanical investigation of traditional medicinal plants commercialized in the markets of Mashhad, Iran

This survey showed that although people in study area have access to modern medical facilities, a lot of them still continue to depend on medicinal plants for the treatment of healthcare problems.

Labiatae Family in folk Medicine in Iran: from Ethnobotany to Pharmacology

A number of pharmacological and experimental studies have been reviewed, which confirm some of the traditional applications of the Labiatae family and also show the headline for future works on this family.

Regular Article Studies on Medicinal Plants used in Ayurveda, Unani and Siddha Systems of Medicine, available in Tehsil Joginder Nagar

The present study is the outcome of the survey of medicinal plants conducted in different areas of tehsil Joginder Nagar, District Mandi (H.P.) during April 2012 to December 2013. During the course

Assessment of traditional medicinal plants in Endrta District, South-eastern Tigray, Northern Ethiopia

Ethnobotanical data were collected between September and December, 2009 on six field trips to investigate medicinal knowledge and application of medicinal plants in Endrta Wereda (the lowest

Chemical composition and antimicrobial activity of the essential oil of Acinos graveolens

The present work reports the composition and antimicrobial activity of the essential oil of A. graveolens from Serbia for the first time and recommends bio-guided fractionation in order to identify potential anticandidal active components.

Essential oil composition of Acinos graveolens from Iran

constituted 47.9% of the total oil, and phenolics with a predominance of dillapiole (32.7%), the first major compound of the oil, were the second main group of structures (35.5%). Monoterpenes only

Natural remedies for impotence in medieval Persia

Many of the approaches of practitioners in medieval Persia are accurate and accepted even today; however, still more of them could be of use to modern medicine.


Acinos species: chemical composition, antimicrobial and antioxidative activity.

Reported chemical composition suggest potential use of Acinosspecies as phyto-therapeutic and food preservative agents and further research should be carried out to determine whether the extract components posses activity both, in vitro and in vivo and ultimately are safe for human consumption.