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Jan-Jun 2016 | Vol 10 | Issue  19
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Review Article
Review of naturopathy of medical mushroom, Ophiocordyceps sinensis, in sexual dysfunction
Kanitta Jiraungkoorskul, Wannee Jiraungkoorskul
Sexual dysfunctions including desire, arousal, orgasm, and pain disorders are increasing worldwide due to etiological factors and aging. Several types of treatment are claimed in modern medicine, but ...
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Review Article
Himatanthus Willd. ex Schult. (Apocynaceae): Review
Fabiana P Soares, Larissa F Cavalcante, Nirla Rodrigues Romero, Mary A. M Bandeira
The genus Himatanthus Wild. ex Schult. (Apocynaceae) includes about 13 species and five subspecies widely distributed in South America, especially Brazil. The phytochemical reports on this genu...
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Review Article
Flavonoids from the genus Astragalus: Phytochemistry and biological activity
Viktor M Bratkov, Aleksandar M Shkondrov, Petranka K Zdraveva, Ilina N Krasteva
Flavonoids, the most common plant polyphenols are widely distributed in every species and possess a broad range of pharmacological activities. The genus Astragalus is the largest in the Fabacea...
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