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The Sweetness and Bitterness of Sweet Flag (Acorus calamus L.) - A Review

@inproceedings{Mn2013TheSA,
  title={The Sweetness and Bitterness of Sweet Flag (Acorus calamus L.) - A Review},
  author={Mythili Avadhani Mn and C ImmanuelSelvaraj and P. E. Rajasekharan},
  year={2013}
}
Alternative and complementary medicines have gained an increase in popularity in the recent years. In various countries, a large number of individuals are adapting these medicines to complement conventional allopathic medicines. These complementary medicines include Ayurvedic, Homeopathic, Unani and other traditional medicinal practices. Medicinal plants are being used from times immemorial to treat various diseases. Active principle compounds have been isolated and characterized from these… 

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