archarium

archivium

In ancient Greece and Rome, a building in which archives of a city or state were deposited; also called archeion or tabularium.
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Group 3--mild diuretics-increase diuresis by less than 25% from initial volume-included extracts from Helichrysum archarium Samarkand L., Origanum L., Zizyphus Jujuba mill, Mentha piperita L.
Almost similar situation was observed in patients receiving Helichrysum Archarium Samarkand L.
and Glycyrrhiza glabra L., as well as weak extract Helichrysum archarium Samarkand L.
The results of investigations showed that the extracts from medicinal plants besides diuretic effect can in some cases reliably (p<0.05) change urine pH (Yantak, Hypericum perforatum L, Helichrysum archarium Samarkand L., Bidens tripartite L.).
Group 3--mild diuretics--increase diuresis by less than 25% from initial volume included extracts from Helichrysum archarium Samarkand L., Origanum L., Zizyphus Jujuba mill, Mentha piperita L.
25 6 Extract of Helichrysum 27 archarium Samarkand L.