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
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Production of essential oil from Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) has also been growing.
Common rosemary (Rosemary officinalis) grows in an upright rounded mound and displays pale blue flowers.
officinalis is rough and the biggest ones amongst the seeds used in this study (Figure 3c).
hedgecutting and pruning: 6.1 planting hedges of coniferous shrubs of the species: chamaecyparis lawsoniana ~ellwoodii~, thuja occidentalis ~danica~ (globular tuna); 6.2 planting hedges of evergreen shrubs of the species: photonia fraseri "red robin", euonymus japonicus, euonymus fortnunei emerald gaiety, euonymus fortunei ~emerald & gold~, pyracantha coccinea (pirancata), prunus laurocerassus~ marble white ~, lonicera nitida; 6.3 planting hedges of flowering shrubs with at least 3 branches of the species: spiraea japonica ~antony waterer (spirea), viburnum opulus~ roseum, weigela florida ~purpurea nana~, salvia officinalis ~purpurescens~, physocarphus opulifolius ~diablo~, physocarphus opulifolius ~dart~s gold~, exohorda marantha ~the bride~; 7.
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.), belonging to the Lamiaceae family, is a pleasant smelling perennial shrub that grows in several regions around the world.
Depending on the shape of the leaves and the growth of the plant, it could either be anise hyssop or Hyssopus officinalis.
[USPRwire, Wed Oct 24 2018] Amla extract is derived from the plant species known as Emblica officinalis, and falls under the category of super fruit.
In 1597, English herbalist John Gerard wrote in The Herball; or, Generali Historie of Plantes that sage was "singularly good for the head and brain; it quickeneth the sense and memory." More than 400 years later, our research shows that sage (Salvia officinalis and S.
Nigella sativa (NS) and Rosmarinus officinalis (RO) contain myriad phytochemicals whose antioxidant, therapeutic, antimicrobial, antitumor and anti-inflammatory properties have been documented [8,9].
Calendula officinalis extract (COE) is an herbal agent that has anti-inflammatory, anti-oedema, and antimicrobial activities experimentally and clinically, and it is used traditionally in many parts of the world for healing wounds, peptic ulcers, and venous ulcers in the feet and legs of diabetics, preventing skin ulcers caused by radiotherapy for breast cancer, and improving colitis in inflammatory bowel disease.
THE bright sunny orange flowers of pot marigolds, calendula officinalis, cheer the spirits, make a cheap alternative to saffron for colouring food and the leaves can be eaten in salads.