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The Utilization of Vetiver as Medicinal and Aromatic Plants with Special Reference to Thailand

@inproceedings{Chomchalow2001TheUO,
  title={The Utilization of Vetiver as Medicinal and Aromatic Plants with Special Reference to Thailand},
  author={Narong Chomchalow},
  year={2001}
}
Vetiver is a tall, tufted, perennial, scented grass with a straight stem, long narrow leaves and a lacework root system that is abundant, complex and extensive. Vetiver has versatile uses, particularly as an inexpensive yet effective and eco-friendly tool to combat soil erosion. Medicinal and aromatic plants (MAP) are two related groups of plants having in their part chemical constituents which are active in curing ailments (i.e. MP) or in providing flavors and/or fragrances (i.e. AP). Vetiver… 
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