botanical


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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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Additionally, a double-blind, randomised clinical trial is scheduled for completion in early 2019 to examine Kamedis Calm Eczema Therapy Cream's botanical ingredients role in the healing process.
With an increase in construction activities in Islamabad, the establishment of a botanical garden on such a huge piece of land was believed to be a milestone in protecting the environment.
The botanical garden will have documented collections of living plants for the purposes of scientific research, conservation, display and education.
In 2002, she went to Sarasota, Florida to train at the Marie Selby Botanic Gardens where, working with orchid specialist Stig Dalstrom, she created 14 botanical art works of rare endangered orchids on the IUCN red list.
His thought-leadership with the influential Cultural Creative and LOHAS (Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability) consumer groups is consistent with Restorative Botanicals' mission to promote hemp-based wellness while ensuring comprehensive consumer engagement with Restorative Botanicals brands.
'Ideally there is a conservation area or botanical garden in Jababeka,' he said.
Mix and match these botanical style cushions for maximum impact.
Essentially it is tea, although called 'botanical infusion' because the varieties technically go beyond tea.
Beishenaliyev reminded that the Botanical Garden was established in March 1938 and it marks 80th anniversary in 2018.
The minister expressed these view while inaugurating the construction of boundary wall of the South Asia's first 'Zoo Botanical Garden.
Botanical Sketchbooks differs from many histories on the topic in that it doesn't just present finished botanical art works, but focuses on the artist's sketches, early drawings, and notes that lend to the creation of botanical images.
Since the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) put about 1,500 remaining botanical health claim evaluations on hold in 2010 while it deliberated how to evaluate them, industry has been forced to develop the botanical sector without these claims.