genus Lavandula

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Synonyms for genus Lavandula

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Chaytor, "A taxonomic study of the genus Lavandula Journal of the Linnean Society of London, Botany, vol.
Miller, "The genus Lavandula in Arabia and Tropical NE Africa," Notes RBG Edinburge, vol.
The genus Lavandula (lavander; Lamiaceae) includes species which flower heads are traditionally used to treat headaches, depression, diabetes, and for their sedative properties (Gamez et al., 1987; Gilani et al., 2000).
Hypoglycemic activity in various species of the genus Lavandula. Pharmazie 42, 706-707.
With the publication of Lavender: the genus Lavandula, the Harwood Academic Publishers and Taylor & Francis series on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants now covers 29 comprehensive reviews of the most widely used plants of industrial importance.