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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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Today tea - Camellia sinensis - thrives on the Tregothnan estate lining the tranquil waters of the Fal estuary in Cornwall.
An investigation conducted during early postnatal growth in Alligator sinensis, proposed that Nerve growth factor (NGF) expression is involved in several structures of the partial central nervous system (Zheng et al., 2013).
Around the same time, Dr Lizhi Gao, plant geneticist at the Kunming Institute of Botany, China, sequenced the genome of Yunkang 10, a cultivar of Camellia sinensis var assamica.
sinensis leaves were collected in Rize, Turkey as first harvest in May the leaves were dried, and a classic brewing method was applied to the green tea leaves to prepare the extract.
sinensis tea can be classified into six different types based on different processing methods employed, such as white tea, green tea, oolong tea, black tea, yellow tea, and dark tea (ZHAO et al., 2011).
rosa sinensis were obtained from local market, and the identification was done.
Although the morphological characteristics of Cyclina sinensis in some geographical populations has been analyzed (Gao et al.
Flutuacao populacional de Selenaspidus articulatus (Morg.) (Homptera: Diaspididae) em Citrus sinensis (L.) no Estado do Rio de Janeiro.
Citrus sinensis is the botanical name of the commonly cultivated sweet orange or simply orange.
Miscanthus sinensis Bandwidth would be beautiful planted in the garden with asters, black-eyed Susan and sedum or in a container with red zinnias, coleus and yellow lantana.
Another important addition is the Cordyceps Sinensis Extract that comes with amazing anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties.
Haemoptysis and transitory lung-infiltrations associated with Clonorchis sinensis .