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Van Vuuren, S. F.

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Date: 2010/08/17
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:4642
Description: The only available ethnobotanical information on Pteronia incana has been recorded by the Montagu Museum in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. It was reported that the plant is used to treat i ... More
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Date: 2010/07/14
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:4639
Description: Artemisia afra is one of the most widely used medicinal plants in African traditional medicine and is commonly administered in polyherbal combinations to treat respiratory infections. Focussing on pla ... More
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Date: 2010/06/03
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:4638
Description: Trees from the genus Boswellia (Burseraceae) are traditionally used as a medicine, a fumigant, in various cosmetic formulations and in aromatherapy in several countries around the world. This plant pr ... More
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Date: 2009/05/27
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:4231
Description: Few in vitro screening studies on the biological activities of plant extracts that are intended for oral administration consider the effect of the gastrointestinal system. This study investigated this ... More
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Date: 2009-04-20
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1731
Description: Few in vitro screening studies on the biological activities of plant extracts that are intended for oral administration consider the effect of the gastrointestinal system. This study investigated this ... More
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Date: 2009/02/27
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:4207
Description: Few in vitro screening assays for biological activities of plant extracts consider the potential effect of the gastrointestinal system on orally consumed plant extracts. Crude water and methanol extra ... More
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Date: 2009/02/21
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:4208
Description: The contribution of the volatile constituents to the overall antimicrobial efficacy of the medicinal plant Tarchonanthus camphoratus was considered, where different extraction techniques were applied ... More
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Date: 2008-08-19
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1709
Description: Aim of the study: In traditional healing, the burning of selected indigenous medicinal plants and the inhalation of the liberated smoke are widely accepted and a practiced route of administration. Thi ... More
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Date: 2008-07-16
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1717
Description: The in vitro phytochemical and pharmacological investigation of the non-volatile extracts of five South African Vitex species (Verbenaceae); V. obovata ssp. obovata, V. obovata ssp. wilmsii, V. pooara ... More
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Date: 2008-07-02
Subject: Antimicrobial | Bark
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1707
Description: Despite the extensive traditional use of Croton gratissimus Burch. var. gratissimus for medicinal purposes, scientific studies validating the therapeutic properties of this indigenous plant are lackin ... More
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Date: 2007-11-26
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1713
Description: Aromatic plants contain both volatile and non-volatile fractions and the chemical composition of these two fractions may be influenced by seasonal changes. The essential oil and solvent extracts of S. ... More
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Date: 2007-07-27
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1718
Description: Heteropyxis natalensis (Heteropyxidaceae) is traditionally used to treat respiratory disorders, and as a decongestant and antimicrobial agent. The seasonal variation of the hydrodistilled essential oi ... More
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Date: 2007/05/02
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:3299
Description: Extracts of 16 South African Salvia species commonly used in traditional medicine to treat various microbial infections were investigated for in vitro antibacterial and antimycobacterial activities us ... More
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