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Synonyms for Hypoxis

small plants that resemble amaryllis and that grow from a corm and bear flowers on a leafless stalk

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African Potato has been around for a long time and have grown in popularity amongst people in the country with agents providing products countrywide.
She said African Potato is all about absolute health.
In vitro evaluation of human cytochrome P450 and P-glycoprotein-mediated metabolism of some phytochemicals in extracts and formulations of African potato. Phytomedicine 2007; 14: 498-507.
African potato (AP) is such an ATM that has been specifically promoted by the South African Minister of Health for this purpose (South African Development Committee, 2002).
The African potato (Hypoxis hemerocallidea) a chemical-historical perspective.
Dermatologically recommended the two part system combines thousands of years of healing properties of the remedies of Africa and derives its name from the Zulu word for the plant commonly known as the African Potato.
Africa, the name comes from the Zulu word for African potato, and the range is created from indigenous plants known for cleansing, detoxification and beautification.
African potato (Hypoxis hemerocallidea) is a native plant of South Africa (grass land of Cape, Kwazulu-Natal, Mpumalanga and Gauteng) and also found in Botswana, Swaziland and Lesotho.
This study therefore, evaluated the effect African potato (Hypoxis hemerocallidea) on oxidative stress induced by chloroquine in albino rats.
The National Minister of Health provided ample ammunition for cartoonists by her discredited punting of beetroot, garlic, lemon and the African potato to deal with the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
The moisturiser, like Themba, contains kigelia extract but is supplemented with African potato tuber, known for calming inflammation, calendula, wheatgerm oil, lavender, Vitamin E and aloe - ingredients chosen for their soothing, healing properties.
* Effect of African potato (Hypoxis hemerocallidea) extract on oxidative stress induced by chloroquine in albino rats.
Lesley also sells the African Potato Tuber in a cream form, called Kuswera Zuro (the day before yesterday), and markets it as a super moisturiser and anti-ageing cream.
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