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Homeopathy
A homeopathic remedy from cinchona (Peruvian bark) used for fatigue due to decreased body fluids, breast feeding, GI complaints, mental outbursts, gallbladder disease, headaches, insomnia, muscle fatigue, spasms, poor concentration, seizures and vertigo.
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Preliminary estimation of malaria transmission potential in areas where Anopheles sinensis is the only vector [in Chinese].
Effects of extract from solid-state fermented Cordyceps sinensis on type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Notes on the distribution of Anopheles (Anopheles) sinensis Wiedemann (Diptera: Culicidae) in China and the status of some Anopheles Hyrcanus Group type specimens from China.
Aspergillus flavus was isolated from Carica papaya and, Ananas comosus, while Aspergillus niger was isolated from Citrus sinensis), Rhizopus Sp was obtained from Carica papaya and Lycopersicon esculentum, Candida sp was isolated from Citrus sinensis and Lycopersicon esculentum while Fusarium Sp, and Mucor Sp were isolated from Lycopersicon esculentum and Phytophthora Sp from Ananas comosus.
What useful product does the plant Camellia sinensis produce?
The nine studies cover catalytic activity in transcripts from Schistosoma non-autonomous retro-transposons, mobile genetic elements of malaria vectors and other mosquitoes, retro-transposons in the genomes of the digenean parasitic trematodes Clonochis sinensis and Paragonimus westermani, endogenous retro-transposon sequences of the Schistosoma mansoni intermediate snail host Biomphalaria glabrata, the transposon-mediated transgenis of mosquitoes, Schistosome long terminal repeat retro-transposons colonizing Schistosome genomes, Schistosome DNA transposons, and mobile genetic elements resident in hookworm genomes.
Though marketed as tea, they don't contain any leaves from the camellia sinensis.
Green tea is made from the unfermented leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant.
sinensis, sendo potentes antioxidantes e inibidores da lipoperoxidacao, protegendo componentes proteicos e DNA celular (VINSON; DABBAGH, 1998; HIGDON; FREI, 2003; GIADA; FILHO, 2006; DOU et al.
Compared with coffee there is little known or appreciated about potential for fungal mold and mycotoxin contamination in tea, whether Camellia sinensis for black tea and green tea or the hundreds of ingredients used in the wider range of herbal and medicinal teas.
Ito and Egenolfia sinensis (Baker) Maxon (Ching, 1983).