chrysanthemum indicum


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chrysanthemum

chrysanthemum

A wide variety of looks and beautiful colors in the Asteraceae family, which includes daisies. Tangy, slightly bitter, mums come in many colors ranging from red, white, yellow and orange to hot pink,. Flavors vary as much as the colors. Always remove the bitter flower base and use petals only. They should be blanched or steamed first and then add petals on a salad. Young leaves and stems of the Crown Daisy, are popular in Asian stir fries. Also use as seasoning.
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Curcuma wenyujin (Voucher specimen number: MDR080526) and Chrysanthemum indicum (Voucher specimen number: MDR082510) were purchased from the Affiliation Hospital of Anhui College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, identified by Prof.
Anti-inflammatory and immunodulatory activities of the extracts from the inflorescence of Chrysanthemum indicum Linne.
Chrysanthemum indicum, an herbaceous plant belonging to the family Compositae, is widely grown in China and Korea (Matsuda et al.