Ocimum basilicum


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basil

Herbal medicine
A bushy annual culinary and medicinal herb that contains camphor, estragol, eugenol, linalol, lineol, tannins, and thymol; basil is antipyretic and carminative, and has been used for abdominal bloating, cramps, diarrhoea, and nausea. It is also grown indoors in southern Europe as a fly repellant.

Ocimum basilicum,

n See basil.
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Keeping this in view, the determination of bioactivity potential of extracts of Ocimum basilicum, Thymus vulgaris, Rosmarinus officinalis and Origanum vulgare was evaluated against ampicillin resistant Gram negative bacteria.
This may be noted that this is the first report of isolation of saponins from Ocimum basilicum.
Phytochemical Analysis and Mineral Elements composition of Ocimum basilicum obtained in NOS Metropolis, Plateau State, Nigeria.
intermedia (Ervacidreira), Ocimum basilicum fmanjericao) e Salvia officinalis (Salvia), os quais tem demonstrado atividade antimicrobiana frente a varios microrganismos, por exemplo: Salmonella sp.
Ocimum basilicum CT Methyl Chavicol is grown in several places including Reunion, Comoro, and Egypt.
There are so many varieties of basil from which to choose, but every garden needs at least one plant of sweet basil, Ocimum basilicum.
Leaves of Cajanus cajan, Azadirachta indica and Ocimum basilicum were used together for treatment of fever or for purification of blood.
Purple basil (opal basil, or Ocimum basilicum purpurea), native to India has a flavor profile described as "heightened in intensity" in comparison with sweet basil.
There are more than 150 types of basil and the most commonly grown is the annual Ocimum basilicum, which has a minty fragrance.
Myzus persicae Aphidius colemani (Asteraceae) (I) (Sulzer) Viereck Aphidius matricariae Nasonovia ribisnigri Haliday (Mosley) Aphidius rhopalosiphi DeStefani Aphidius colemani Viereck Ocimum basilicum L.