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perilla (p·riˑ·l),

n Perilla frutescens L.; parts used: seeds, dried leaves; uses: allergies, antispasmodic, antiemetic, upper respiratory complaints; precautions: pregnancy, lactation, children. Also called
beefsteak plant or
wild coleus.
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We're excited about the opportunity to develop a range of new Perilla-based formulations for cardiovascular support -- particularly as we begin to refine our understanding of the benefits of different marine and algae-based Omega-3s in supplying EPA/DHA and how they can work together with Perilla to create revolutionary formulations for cardiovascular support," he said.
Inhibition of antigen-specific T helper type 2 responses by Perilla frutescens extract.
I would like to see Red Perilla expand in the North West; it has been one of our greatest challenges.
From some plants you may want to remove blooms as soon as the buds appear because they detract from the colorful or flavorful foliage: coleus, perilla, basil and other edible herbs.
You should also be aware of foliage for your arrangements and Perilla frutescens, Plantago major 'Rubrifolia' and Bupleurum griffithii 'Green Gold' are excellent annuals to grow for their foliage.
1990; Norris, Perilla y Murphy, 2001; Pole, Gone y Kulkarni, 2008; Pole, Best, Metzler y Marmar, 2005; Pole et al.
1998; Gillock & Reyes, 1999; Ibanez, Kupermine, Jurkovic, & Perilla, 2004; Office of Educational Research and Improvement, 1997) have shown when Latino/a students are being supported directly in the school environment through the implementation of programs and curricula that are more culturally relevant, they begin to achieve more academic success.
The next night the group headed to Perilla Restaurant in New York's Greenwich Village because Emily read about the chef/owner in one of her favorite cookbooks, "Everyday Cooking.
Other characteristic compounds of citrus fruits, such as myrcene, alpha-pinene, linalool, perilla aldehyde, citral, ethyl butyrate and alpha-terpineol, were also detected in Pontianak oranges at various concentrations.
Another drink that he created recently while blood oranges were in season was the Chi-so, made up of shochu, orange-infused vodka, blood oranges and shiso (a fragrant green leaf from the perilla plant, sometimes called Japanese basil).