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Herbs as a food source in Turkey.

@article{Eiyok2004HerbsAA,
  title={Herbs as a food source in Turkey.},
  author={Dursun Eşi̇yok and Semih Otles and Eren Akçiçek},
  journal={Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention : APJCP},
  year={2004},
  volume={5 3},
  pages={
          334-9
        }
}
Medical benefits of herbs have been known for centuries. Many examples contain powerful active components that, if used correctly, can help in healing the living organism. These herbs can also be provided in the form of capsules and powders, as dietary supplements, and thus differ from conventional foods or food ingredients. The traditional Turkish kitchen is rich of various herbs which have been employed as ingredients since ancient times. The present paper provides a brief overview of some… 

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