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Synonyms for botanical

a drug made from part of a plant (as the bark or root or leaves)

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of or relating to plants or botany


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Prime Minister Sapar Isakov gives a great importance to the development of the Botanical Garden.
It will be one of the biggest Botanical Gardens of the country' he added.
The goal of the Botanical Adulterant Bulletins is to provide accounts of ongoing issues related to botanical identity and adulteration, thus allowing quality control personnel and lab technicians in the herbal medicine, botanical ingredient, dietary supplement, cosmetic, conventional food, and other industries where botanical ingredients are used to be informed on adulteration problems that are apparently widespread and/or that may imply safety concerns.
Among them are a rare book collection from the late 1700s; nearly 200 years of Curtis's Botanical Magazines (this highly regarded annual compilation of botanical illustrations began publishing in 1787); several thousand scientific journals; and a lot of loose prints, too, including a collection from Reichenbachia, a famed series of illustrated books of orchids by Frederick Sanders, dating from the 1800s.
Bayliss Botanicals ingredients are unadulterated, sustainably produced and grown within the US on a family-run farm that has been in operation for 150 years.
Zoe Diana Draelos, reported that the botanical regimen achieved a significantly greater reduction in lesion count, in terms of closed comedones and inflammatory lesions, by week four, compared with the control treatment (J Drugs Dermatol.
Now in its 100th year like UBC, the Botanical Garden established its David C.
MP Aynur Altybayeva (Ar-Namys faction) noted the importance of the Botanical Garden.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 14, 2014-Zappy inks deal to take over Browns Botanicals
The Botanical Garden Metro station in Noida will emerge as the first ever interchange Metro station in the National Capital Region outside the boundaries of Delhi city.
As interest in alternatives to synthetic medicine increases, the use of botanical remedies is becoming more and more mainstream within developing as well as developed countries.
A team of researchers from herbal medicine, biology and botany, pharmacy, chemistry, ecology, neurology, and psychology present microscopic images that assess the botanical quality of herbs that are used medicinally in North America.
Travel Business Review-12 July 2010-Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens Announces New Garden for Children(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
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Correct species identification is stressed as the first step in quality control of increasingly popular botanical preparations, by the head of the American Botanical Council (Austin, Texas).