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a·gas·tache

(ă-gas'tă-kē)
Agastache rugosa, a botanical sometimes used as a flavoring agent; purported value as useful in pregnancy disorders in traditional Chinese medicine.
Synonym(s): Korean mint.
[G. agastachē, fr. agan, much, + stachys, spike, ear of corn]
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The essential oil of Agastache rugosa and its main constituent estragole showed synergism with ketoconazole against Blastoschizomyces capitatus.
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Agastache Golden Jubilee appears in both Suttons and Unwins catalogues, and combines pale lavender flower spikes with golden foliage.