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eBook Medicinal Plants in Australia: Volume 2: Gums, Resins, Tannin and Essential Oils ePub

by Cheryll Williams

  • ISBN: 1877058947
  • Category: Science and Mathematics
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Cheryll Williams
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rosenberg Publishing (February 1, 2011)
  • Pages: 344
  • ePub book: 1192 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1406 kb
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oceedings{lPI, title {Medicinal Plants in Australia: Volume 2: Gums, Resins, Tannin and Essential Oils}, author {Carmel Williams}, year {2011} }. Carmel Williams. Medicinal compounds, chemically and biologically characterised from extracts of Australian Callitris endlicheri and . laucophylla (Cupressaceae): used traditionally in Aboriginal and colonial pharmacopoeia. Nicholas John Sadgrove, Graham L Jones. Journal of ethnopharmacology.

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The renewed importance of the medical importance of Australian Plants is discussed particularly in relation to the advent of drug-resistant strains of bacteria, fungi, and viruses. New Eucalypts that can yield higher grade oils, essential oils from the Melaleuca and Leptospermum show excellent therapeutic potential, and the success of Tea Tree oil in the international market is also discussed.

This book tells about the influential role the early discoveries had on medicinal practice in Australia, and the role these traditional medicines are fulfilling. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Volume 2, Gums, resins, tannin and essential oils, Cheryll J. Williams. This book tells about the influential role the early discoveries had on medicinal practice in Australia, and the role these traditional medicines are fulfilling.

This is a book designed to enhance our appreciation of the medicinal history of Australia's flora, its unique .

This is a book designed to enhance our appreciation of the medicinal history of Australia's flora, its unique contributions to everyday life, and its extraordinary future potential. The renewed importance of the medical importance of Australian Plants is discussed particularly in relation to the advent of drug-resistant strains of bacteria, fungi, and viruses.

a b Cheryll Williams (2011). Medicinal Plants in Australia Volume 2: Gums, Resins, Tannin and Essential Oils. Rosenberg Publishing. a b "Fringe-myrtle Scientific Name Calytrix brownii, Calytrix achaeta". Retrieved 11 February 2017.

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This chapter describes medicinal oils of animal origin, used in Africa and Australasia both . Volume 2 (gums, resins, tannin and essential oils). Dural NSW, Rosenberg Publ.

This chapter describes medicinal oils of animal origin, used in Africa and Australasia both for nutritional and medicinally for treating pain and inflammation. We are much indebted to many bird farmers in Australia, Southern Africa, and New Zealand for providing oil/fat samples; to P. Lacey, W. Schaletzki (Vic) and P. Thompson (Qld) for advice on emu husbandry; to S. Birch (RSA) and Dr. D. Hayter (Zimbabwe) for advice on ostrich husbandry; to Dr. P. McGee, University of Sydney for identifying fungi; to Professor P. Ghosh.

This is a book designed to enhance the appreciation of the medicinal history of Australia's flora, as well as its unique medicinal contributions to everyday life and its possible future potential. Renewed attention to the medical importance of Australian plants is discussed, particularly in relation to the advent of drug-resistant strains of bacteria, fungi, and viruses. For instance, new Eucalypts can yield higher grade oils, and essential oils from the Melaleuca and Leptospermum show excellent therapeutic potential. The book also covers the commercial value of resins, gums, and tannins. ***