pogostemon cablin

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In the mint family, with recognizable pink-white mint flowers on erect stems. Strong smell used in perfumes, keeping insects away, including moths and some termites. Good for linen closets. Native to tropical areas, needs warmth, can grow indoors. Used to treat dysentery, diarrhea, vomiting, and nausea. Aromatherapy calms nerves, aphrodisiac.
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Antifeedant activity of Pogostemon cablin essential oils against Spodoptera litura.
Studies on bioactivities of Pogostemon cablin essential oil to Delias aglaia L.
We have shown that ethanolic extract from Pogostemon cablin showed moderate antioxidant activity and inhibited bacteria commonly responsible for community and hospital acquired infections.
Sinniah, "A comprehensive review on the phytochemical constituents and pharmacological activities of Pogostemon cablin Benth.
Peng, "Survey of the genome of Pogostemon cablin provides insights into its evolutionary history and sesquiterpenoid biosynthesis," Scientific Reports, vol.
In the West, the established literature on Pogostemon cablin is thin, but what has emerged recently, particularly studies on the protection against photoaging in mice, supports the continued investigation of this ancient herb to determine its potential role in dermatologic practice.
Pogostemon cablin is a tender perennial fragrant herb with soft, opposite, egg-shaped dark to medium green leaves that reach up to 3 inches [7.5 cm] long and about half as wide, and square stems; grows 2-3 feet in height.
The antifungal activity of Pogostemon cablin oil against Aspergillus species and C.
Preparative isolation and purification of five flavonoids from pogostemon cablin benth by high-speed countercurrent chromatography and preparative high-performance liquid chromatography.
In nature, PA primarily exists in volatile oil of Pogostemon cablin and its contents are about 48.8% [4].
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Liu, "Genetic diversity analysis among and within populations of Pogostemon cablin from China with ISSR and SRAP markers," Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, vol.