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Precatorius

(Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Plants) other names for Indian liquorice. 2.

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Abrus precatorius L.
Lee, Sarasota, Manatee, Hillsborough, and Lake coun- ties (EPPC 1996). Fabaceae (Leguminosae)/Pea Family. Abrus precatorius L.
Abrus precatorius (Fabaceae)
Abrus precatorius beans are known to be under the most toxic plant parts A.
Abrus precatorius L. crab's eye FABACEAE Synonyms: Abrus abrus
Abrus precatorius L. crab's eye. FABACEAE.
Abri Precatorius (Herba) Ji Gu Cao
Abri Precatorius (Herba) Ji Gu Cao. Abutiloni (Semen) seu Malvae Vertcillatae ( Semen) Dong Kui Zi. Acaciae seu Uncariae Er Cha.
Abrus precatorius, Gaertin — An Ayurvedic Potent Phytomedicine
Abrus precatorius, Gaertn, reported in the journal (JAPI. 2005;53:317-19) is a precatorius and its usage has been validated by state - of.

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SinusWars has Discovered the Link between Stress and Sinusitis.
The immune system needs to be regulated during periods of stress and that is what Abrus Precatorius does. It also serves as a nerve tonic and relieves emotional shock or trauma.

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Abrus precatorius - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
PLANTS Profile for Abrus precatorius (rosarypea) | USDA PLANTS
A PLANTS profile of Abrus precatorius (rosarypea) from the USDA PLANTS database.
Abrus Precatorius Herb from Patalkot, India
Jul 1, 2010 The medicinal value of Indian herb Abrus Precatorius used in herbal medicines in India.
Rosary pea | Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants
Interestingly, one of the most deadly plant toxins, abrin, is produced by rosary pea (Abrus precatorius). Studies have shown that as little as 0.
Database Entry for Jequerity - Abrus precatorius, Jequerity - Abrus
May 2, 2011 Comprehensive database of over 100 rainforest medicinal plants including Jequerity - Abrus precatorius.

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