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Related to Lepechinia: Lepechinia calycina
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Noun1.Lepechinia - a dicotyledonous genus of the family Labiatae
asterid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs and some trees and shrubs
family Labiatae, family Lamiaceae, Labiatae, Lamiaceae, mint family - a large family of aromatic herbs and shrubs having flowers resembling the lips of a mouth and four-lobed ovaries yielding four one-seeded nutlets and including mint; thyme; sage; rosemary
Lepechinia calycina, Sphacele calycina, pitcher sage - California plant with woolly stems and leaves and large white flowers
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H x Lamiaceae Lepechinia meyenii (Walp.) H x x Epling Lamiaceae Stachys peruviana Dombey H x NR ex Benth.
Lepechinia floribunda Lamiaceae Unknown (Benth.) Epling Minthostachys Lamiaceae Diptera, verticillata Cecidomyiidae (Griseb.) Epling Heimia salicifolia Lythraceae Unknown (Kunth) Link Nassella neesiana Poaceae Unknown (Trin.
Essential oils obtained from Colombian MAPs such as Lepechinia salviifolia, Minthostachys mollis, Hyptis mutabilis, Lepechinia vulcanicola, and Ocimum campechianum were reported to possess antiviral activity against human herpes viruses types 1 and 2 [95].
Shallshoen Lepechinia paniculata Vulnerable (Kunth) Pena rojo de monte Siphocampylus scandens Least (Kunth).
Un 25% fue categorizado como "aromaticas y medicinales", algunas tradicionales de la region como la yerbamora (Solanum americanum), la salvia (Lepechinia schiedeana) o la borraja (Borago officinalis).
pinkush, shukumunti Loasaceae Caiophora Latak shinua, 13 cirsiifolia C.Presl gachgu shinua, shishu shinua Loasaceae Mentzelia scabra Anguaratee, 22 Kunth pega pega, tapa tapa Loasaceae Nasa grandiflora Boton shinua, 4 (Desr.) Weigend hatun shinua, puma shinua, urqu shinua Loranthaceae Tristerixperuvianus Pupa, suelda 5 (Pacz.) Kuijt con suelda Malvaceae Eriotheca ruizii Utko, aceqora (K.Schum.) A.Robyns Malvaceae Fuertesimalva Puchmus leptocalyx (Krapov.) Fryxell Malvaceae Lepechinia meyenii Salvia 14 (Walp.) Epling Malvaceae Malva parviflora L.
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.