Carum carvi


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Noun1.Carum carvi - a Eurasian plant with small white flowers yielding caraway seedCarum carvi - a Eurasian plant with small white flowers yielding caraway seed
caraway - leaves used sparingly in soups and stews
caraway seed - aromatic seeds of the caraway plant; used widely as seasoning
herb, herbaceous plant - a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests
Carum, genus Carum - caraway
whorled caraway - a caraway with whorled leaves
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Diuretic activity of the aqueous extracts of Carum carvi and Tanacetum vulgare in normal rats.
CARUM CARVI (caraway) Lacewings, bugs, syrphid flies, wasps
piperita, Verbena officinalis, Pelargonium capitatum, Rosa centifolia, Potentilla anserina, Cuminum cyminum, Foeniculum vulgare, Pimpinella anisum, Santolina rosmarinifolia and Carum carvi.
Monofloral honey was produced also in the Salantai Regional Park with pollen of Carum carvi as dominant (50.
Carum carvi is also used in traditional medicines of many countries including Germany and Iran as an anti-spasmodic for relief from respiratory ailments and so can be beneficial for treatment of asthma (Forster et al.
Hull hemeradiophore wetlands Capsicum annuum (Longum group) anthropophyte pot plants Carum carvi L.
1998) reportaron la sintesis de carvona a expensas del limoneno en frutos de Carum carvi (alcaravea).
Ladakh has abundant number of plants with medicinal value (such as Achillea millefolium, Bunium persicum, Caparis spinosa, Carum carvi, Dactylorhiza hatagirea, Hippophae rhamnoides, Medicago sativa, Mentha longifolia, Ocimum basilicum, Origanum vulgare, Rheum webbianum, Rhodiola imbricata, Rosa webbiana, Saussurea lappa, etc.
Carum carvi Linn, commonly known as caraway (Umbelliferae) is a globally distributed spice with a history as a medicinal plant since ancient times (Hartmans 1995).
Molluscicidal activity of Ferula asafoetida, Syzygium aromaticum and Carum carvi and their active components against the snail Lymnaea acuminata.