caryophyllus

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car·y·o·phyl·lus

, caryophyllum (kar'ē-ō-fī'lŭs, -ŭm),
Clove.
[G. karyophyllon, clove tree, fr. karyon, nut, + phyllon, leaf]

car·y·o·phyl·lus

, caryophyllum (karē-ō-fīlŭs, -lŭm)
Clove.
[G. karyophyllon, clove tree, fr. karyon, nut, + phyllon, leaf]
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Malander, "Arthropod repellency, especially tick (Ixodes ricinus), exerted by extract from Artemisia abrotanum and essential oil from flowers of Dianthus caryophyllum," Fitoterapia, vol.
Masung (Syzygium claviflora), tahun (Carallia bracteata), tengelam (Syzygium sp.), put at (Barringtonia acutangula), kawi (Shorea balangeran), pecaras or bakras (Homalium caryophyllum), samak (Syzygium sp.) ubah (Syzygium ducifolium) and lebang (Vitex pinnata).
(i) Niprisan with Piperguineense, Pterocarpus osun, Eugenia caryophyllum, and Sorghum bicolor as components, Ciklavit (Cajanus cajan as base), and hydroxybenzoic acids are used in SCD management [13, 18].
Examples of these herbal drugs are Niprisan (renamed Nicosan) with Piperguineense, Pterocapus osun, Eugenia caryophyllum, and Sorghum bicolor as components; Ciklavit (Cajanus cajan seed extract as base), Aqueous extracts of Zanthoxylum zanthoxyloides roots, Ajawaron HF complex with Cissus populnea as main component, Aqueous and alcoholic extracts of Terminalia catappa leaves; Carica papaya unripe fruit and dried leaf extracts.