Myrtus communis


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Noun1.Myrtus communis - European shrub with white or rosy flowers followed by black berriesMyrtus communis - European shrub with white or rosy flowers followed by black berries
genus Myrtus, Myrtus - type genus of the Myrtaceae
myrtle - any evergreen shrub or tree of the genus Myrtus
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###***Senecio, Ajuga, Myrtus communis, Quercus cocciferae, Iris, Betula Ornithogalum
Synergistic antibacterial effect of Myrtus communis and Thymus vulgaris essential oils fractional inhibitory concentration index.
Essential oil variation among 21 wild myrtle (Myrtus communis l.) populations collected from different geographical regions in Iran.
Allaf, "Comparative study of essential oils extracted from Algerian Myrtus communis L.
In all, six medicinal plants as Myrtus communis L., Melissa officinalis L., Ocimum basilicum L., Malus domestica Borkh., Terminalia chebula Retz., and Curcuma zedoaria (Christm.) Roscoe were cardioactive medicines which were specifically reported for geriatrics (Tables 1 and 2).
Myrtle or Myrtus communis (22) which is calledyas in Arabic, grows on the banks of the wadis (valleys that are dry except following rains), and is used for the cure of ulcers, burns, and scorpion stings.
Myrtus communis (commonly known as myrtle), is one of the most important aromatic and medicinal species in the Myrtaceae family which includes more than 5650 species that are rich in essential oils (Mulas et al., 2002).
Dwi hefyd wedi meddwl y baswn i'n lecio cael myrtwydd (Myrtus communis; Myrtle) yn yr ardd, ac mae hwn eto yn blanhigyn meddyginiaethol.
(2010), quienes estudiaron la adicion de extracto acuoso de hojas de Myrtus communis en salchichas de pollo tipo Frankfurt, los investigadores encontraron que los valores de luminosidad (L) de las salchichas disminuyeron por la presencia del extracto y aumento significativamente el valor de las coordenadas a* y b*.
Remedies: Abrotanum, Acalypha, Apis, Aranea, Arsenicum lodatum, Atrax, Balsamum, Brucea, Bromium, Calcarea lodata, Calcarea Phosphorica, Cereus Bonplandii, Cimicifuga, Cistus, Coccus Cacti, Coffea, Drosera, Elaterium Euonymus, Ferrum lodatum, Ferrum Phosphoricum, Fluoric Acid, Ginseng, lodum Kali Phosphoricum, Lactrodectus, Magnesia Phosphorica, Mygale, Myristica, Myrtus Communis, Natrum Phosphoricum, Oleander, Phelandrium, Phosphorus, Pix, Rumex, Salix Niger, Sambucus, Senega, Succinic Acid, Tarantula, Theridion, Ustilago, Verbascum, Vespa.