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Pharmacognostical, Pharmacological, Investigation on Anethum Graveolens Linn: A Review

@inproceedings{Swarnalatha2011PharmacognosticalPI,
  title={Pharmacognostical, Pharmacological, Investigation on Anethum Graveolens Linn: A Review},
  author={S. Swarnalatha and R. GandhiLakshmi and G. Devi and E. Gomathi},
  year={2011}
}
Many herbal remedies have been employed in various medical systems for the treatment and management of different diseases. The Anethum Graveolens commonl y known as “Dill” has been recognized in different system of traditional medicines for the treatment of different diseases and ailments of human beings. This review supports all updated information on its pharmacognosy, pharmacological activity and traditi onal uses. Preliminary phytochemical screening of this plant revealed the presence of… Expand
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