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PHYTO-PHARMACOLOGICAL PROFILE OF HUMULUS LUPULUS

@inproceedings{Shah2010PHYTOPHARMACOLOGICALPO,
  title={PHYTO-PHARMACOLOGICAL PROFILE OF HUMULUS LUPULUS},
  author={Biren N. Shah and M. T. Panchal and Nikhil V. Gohil and Bhabani Shankar Nayak and Chirag Modi},
  year={2010}
}
Summary The present review describes the morphological, phytochemical and ethnopharmacological aspects of Humulus lupulus L. (Cannabinaceae) and summarizes the most interesting findings obtained in the preclinical and clinical research related to the plant. The female inflorescences of Humulus lupulus (hops), well-known as bittering agent in brewing industry, have long been used in traditional medicine mainly to treat sleep disturbances. However the sedative activity is still under… 
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