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Rosa Damascena

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Saffron Scientific Name(s): Crocus sativus Uses & Effectiveness: Possibly Effective for • Alzheimer's disease. Taking a specific saffron extract by mouth for up to 22 weeks seems to


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Cinnamon Uses & Effectiveness: Insufficient Evidence for • Prediabetes. Taking cassia cinnamon doesn't seem to greatly improve blood sugar control or cholesterol in people with prediabetes. But trials


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Quince Scientific Name(s): Cydonia oblonga Uses & Effectiveness: Possibly Effective for • Persistent heartburn. Taking quince syrup twice daily seems to reduce symptoms of persistent heartburn in children


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Eucalyptus Scientific Name(s): Eucalyptus Globules Uses & Effectiveness: Insufficient Evidence for • Asthma. Early research shows that eucalyptol, a chemical found in eucalyptus oil, might be able to break up


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Spearmint Scientific Name(s): Mentha Spicata Oil uses: Spearmint is used for its aromatic oil, called oil of spearmint. The most abundant compound in spearmint oil is R-(–)-carvone, which gives spearmint


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Peppermint Scientific Name(s): Mentha Piperita Use: Peppermint, peppermint oil, and its menthol extract have been evaluated for use in GI conditions, including nonserious constipation or diarrhea associated with irritable bowel


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Dill Scientific Name(s): Anethum Graveolens Uses and Pharmacology: Like the other umbelliferous fruits and volatile oils, both Dill fruit and oil of Dill possess stimulant, aromatic, carminative and

Lemon Balm

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Lemon Balm Scientific Name(s): Melissa officinalis Uses and Pharmacology: Anti-inflammatory Rosmarinic acid was found to inhibit the C3 and C5 convertase steps in the complement cascade. This action

Bitter Orange

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Bitter Orange Scientific Name(s): Citrus aurantium L. Use: Pharmacological actions for C. aurantium include antispasmodic, sedative, demulcent, digestive, tonic, and vascular stimulant; as an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antifungal agent;