The Australian desert shrubEremophila (myoporaceae): Mmedicinal, cultural, horticultural and phytochemical uses

@article{Richmond2008TheAD,
  title={The Australian desert shrubEremophila (myoporaceae): Mmedicinal, cultural, horticultural and phytochemical uses},
  author={G. Richmond and E. Ghisalberti},
  journal={Economic Botany},
  year={2008},
  volume={48},
  pages={35-59}
}
Traditional, current and potential uses of 83 Eremophila species are documented. In Australia, some Eremophila species are regarded as invasive woody weeds. There are documented cases in which Eremophila species have been reported as poisonous to travelling and drought-stricken stock, but certain species are valued as fodder. Traditionally, this genus has been valued for medicinal and cultural purposes by Aboriginal people. The reported uses as a cure of medical disorders are documented for 18… Expand

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