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, olej z ktorego jest uzywany przeciwko tradowi i chorobom skornym".
Fabaceae Laal lojjaboti 12 Hydnocarpus
kurzii Flacourtiaceae Chal murga (King.) Warb.
Chaulmoogra oils are extracted from Hydnocarpus
species from some regions in India (especially the Western Ghats and Karnataka).
Medieval doctors tried herbal and chemical cures such as Chaulmoogra (hydnocarpus
) oil that they applied to the patient's body.
polypetala 199 Flagellariaceae Flagellaria indica L.
INCI (proposed): Aqua (and) hydnocarpus
kurzii oil (and) leptospermum scoparium oil (and) nigella sativa seed oil (and) hydrogenated lecithin (and) magnolia officinalis bark extract
It is perhaps best known for "Chalmoogra oil", obtained from the seeds of Hydnocarpus
species, which has long been used in the treatment of leprosy and other skin diseases (Hegnauer, 1966).