Allium ampeloprasum


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Related to Allium ampeloprasum: Allium fistulosum, wild leek
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Synonyms for Allium ampeloprasum

coarse Old World perennial having a large bulb and tall stalk of greenish purple-tinged flowers

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TOPALAF was prepared by blending the powdered herbs including Tribulus terrestris, root of Orchis mascula, Phoenix dactylifera pollen, Allium ampeloprasum seed, Lepidium sativus seed, Amygdalus communis and Ficus carica.
Phoenix dactylifera pollen [26], Allium ampeloprasum seed [8], Lepidium sativus seed [28], Amygdalus communis [22] and Ficus carica [9] attributed to various components of antioxidants due to the presence of phenolic and flavonoid.
The most commonly found garlic today is Allium sativum, which means "cultivated garlic," and Allium ampeloprasum, or elephant garlic.
Allium ampeloprasum (formerly porrum)--Elephant garlic
Their supposed ancestor, Allium ampeloprasum is now classed as an archaeophyte on the assumption that it was introduced to the island of Britain as a crop-plant.