Melissa officinalis

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Synonyms for Melissa officinalis

bushy perennial Old World mint having small white or yellowish flowers and fragrant lemon-flavored leaves

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In contrast, SEVIK and GUNEY (2013) evaluated the effect of different hormones on the development of cuttings of Melissa officinalis L.
Future studies that address these limitations, as well as provide evidence for optimal dosing, safety and tolerability, comparative and outcome data will strengthen understanding of the role of Melissa officinalis in hypercholesterolemia.
Evaluation of the Antibacterial Activity of Methanolic and Hexanic Extracts of Puff Pastry Stem, Melissa Officinalis
Scientific data has proven that Melissa officinalis extracts may have anticancer activity.
Phenolic profiles of cultivated, in vitro cultured and commercial samples of Melissa officinalis L.
Variation of essential oil composition of Melissa officinalis L.
ColiMil[R] (which contains Matricaria recutita flowers extract, Foeniculum vulgare fruit extract and Melissa officinalis aerial parts extract) and fennel oil emulsions have also been shown to be effective in the treatment of colic in infants.
Iberogast is a multi-component formulation of 9 herbal extracts namely Iberis amara, Angelica archangelica, Matricaria recutita, Carum carvi, Silybum marianum, Melissa officinalis, Mentha x piperita, Chelidonium majus and Glycyrrhiza glabra.
Retama, retamo Lamiaceae Lepechinia meyenii Salvereal, Puna salvia (Walpers) Epling Melissa officinalis L.
2009) showed the influence of the culture medium in the content and chemical composition of the essential oil of Melissa officinalis.
The results of myxocarpy in Melissa officinalis agreed with Grubert (1974) and those for Rosmarinus officinalis agreed with that found by Ryding (1992a) and Grubert (1974).
The collected plants were included of: Achillea wilhelmsii (leaf), Achillea millefolium (leaf), Artemisia dracunculus (leaf), Salvia multicaulis (leaf), Thymus vulgaris (leaf), Ziziphora clinopodioides (leaf), Rosmarinus officinalis (leaf), Lavandula angustifolia (leaf), Mentha piperata (leaf), Hyossopus officinalis (leaf), Salvia officinalis (leaf), Anethum graveolens (seed), Foeniculum vulgare (seed), Carum carvi (seed), Petroselinum sativum (seed), Artemisia absinthum and Melissa officinalis (leaf).