officinalis

officinalis

(ŏ-fis″ĭ-nā′lis) [L. officinalis, pert. to a workshop, storeroom, pharmacy]
Part of the scientific name of a species pert. to a plant or herb traditionally sold in pharmacies, readily available without special preparation, and considered to have medicinal properties, e.g., Calendula officinalis, the pot marigold.
officinale (ŏ-fis″ĭ-nā′lē), adjective

officinalis (ōˈ·fi·sē·näˑ·lis),

adj status of a substance approved of and dispensed by apothecaries.
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The 2017 research, published in the Journal of Clinical Diagnosis Research, compared the effect of Lavandula officinalis and Venlafaxine in treating these patients with either mild or moderate depression over a six-month period.
Comparing the effects of Calendula officinalis and clotrimazole on vaginal Candidiasis: A randomized controlled trial.
In this study, bioactivity and phytochemical study of crude extracts of Ocimum basilicum, Thymus vulgaris, Rosmarinus officinalis and Origanum vulgare against ampicillin resistant bacterial strains isolated from fruits and vegetables eaten as raw, was investigated.
Background: Salvia officinalis is a traditionally used herb with a wide range of medicinal applications.
Table 1 shows the phytochemical screening of the methanolic extract of Asparagus officinalis stem.
Avaliacao da atividade antibacteriana dos extratos metanolico e hexanico do caule folhado de Melissa Officinalis.
The homeopathic product's towelettes are infused with the following active ingredients: Grindelia robusta 3X for anti-itch and skin protection, Plantago major 4X for anti-itch, pain relief and wound healing, and Calendula officinalis 3X for wound healing and scar prevention.
The remedy also contains melissa officinalis (lemon balm) extract, that relieves the tension of the esophageal muscles and makes breathing easier.
Research published in the Journal of Herbal Medicine demonstrated the positive effect of the antioxidant Emblica officinalis (Indian Goosebery, Phyllanthus emblica) on the cardiovascular, respiratory and antioxidant status of subjects with a history of smoking.
00 Carlisle Primula officinalis or Cowslip is a deep yellow flower in the genus Primula of the family Primulaceae.