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Se examinaron las revisiones taxonomicas de los siguientes generos: Agastache (Lint y Epling, 1945; Sanders, 1987), Asterohyptis (Epling, 1932; Turner, 2011), Clinopodium (Epling y Jativa, 1964), Cunila (Garcia-Pena, 2008), Hedeoma (Epling y Stewart, 1939; Irving, 1968), Lepechinia (Epling, 1948), Monarda (McClintock y Epling, 1942; Turner, 1994b), Salvia subg.
Currently, researchers have shown that the treatment of hyperglycemia would be facilitated by the use of anti-diabetic compounds such as stevia, Psacalium peltatum, Curcubita ficifolia, Lepechinia caulescens due to their antioxidant properties.
Study of the essential oils from the leaves and flowers of Lepechinia conferta (Benth) Epl.
Lepechinia meyenii (salvia parragada) y Huperzia crassa, son proveidas principalmente por los ecosistemas de jalca.
Delaroche, Lepechinia caulescens (Ortega) Epling y Weldenia candida Schult.
Novedades en Lepechinia, Salvia y Satureja de Colombia.
Lepechinia bullata (Kunth) Epling, Salvia carnea Kunth y diversas especies de Alstroemeriaceae (Bomarea Mirb.
Retama, retamo Lamiaceae Lepechinia meyenii Salvereal, Puna salvia (Walpers) Epling Melissa officinalis L.
Gladiolo Orthrosanthus Esterilla chimboracensis Juglandaceae Juglans neotropica Nogal Lamiaceae Lepechinia conferta Salvia Lauraceae Aniba sp.
Ursolic acid mediates the vasorelaxant activity of Lepechinia caulescens via NO release in isolated rat thoracic aorta.