Citrus aurantium

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Noun1.Citrus aurantium - any of various common orange trees yielding sour or bitter fruitCitrus aurantium - any of various common orange trees yielding sour or bitter fruit; used as grafting stock
bitter orange, Seville orange, sour orange - highly acidic orange used especially in marmalade
genus Citrus - orange; lemon; lime; etc.
orange tree, orange - any citrus tree bearing oranges
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The powdered creamer's unique, coconut oil-based formula is an all-natural blend of Citrus Aurantium Extract, Hoodia and Green Tea Extract.
Natural Preservative Blend to Address Contemporary Consumer Preferences; Formaldehyde-free, Halogen-free, Paraben-free INCI Name: Natural Benzyl Alcohol (and) Glycerin (and) Citrus Reticulata Fruit Extract (and) Citrus Aurantium Amara Fruit Extract (and) Citrus Sinensis Peel Extract (and) Tocopherol (and) Ascorbic Acid (and) Citric Acid (and) Lactic Acid
Oxedrine is found in the herb Citrus aurantium (also known as bitter orange).
Homemark then marketed another product ruled against by an FTC scientific panel: Slim Coffee with the ingredient Citrus aurantium,13 which contains synephrine.
COME the early part of the year, the tree-lined streets of Seville in southern Spain, are laden with ripe fruits of Citrus aurantium.
When Portuguese explorers brought Citrus aurantium sinensis back from the orient in the 16th century, orange trees first began to be appreciated as specimen plants.
One such herb is Citrus aurantium, a component of traditional remedies used primarily for digestive complaints and of supplements marketed for weight loss.
The results showed that extracts from Citrus aurantifolia (Rutaceae), Citrus aurantium (Rutaceae), Punica granatum (Punicaceae), Phyllanthus acidus (Euphorbiaceae) and Tamarindus indica (Caesalpiniaceae) possess strong in vitro antibacterial activity against the bacteria tested.
Synephrine is a sympathomimetic amine that is also found naturally in Citrus aurantium.
A compound present in Citrus aurantium, synephrine, is chemically similar to ephedrine and may pose the same risks--a concern that has prompted one member of Congress to call on the Food and Drug Administration to ban the supplements.