oil of wintergreen

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Methyl salicylate, also known by the name oil of wintergreen, can penetrate the skin barrier pretty easily, says Reents, author of the text "Sport and Exercise Pharmacology" and creator of http://www.
Medical personnel know that consuming oil of wintergreen (i.
The chemical used in the test, Oil of Wintergreen, was benign.
It seems that oil of wintergreen, a volatile compound made by many plants, may act as an airborne signal that can alert the neighboring plant to activate genes that help give it resistance to disease.
Researchers from Rutgers University in New Jersey inoculated a group of tobacco plants with tobacco mosaic virus and discovered that the infected plants released an airborne form of oil of wintergreen.