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# Chemicals Activity *Reference
3 Expectorant Hansel, R., Keller, K., Rimpler, H., and Schneider, G. eds. 1992. Hager's Handbuch der Pharmazeutischen Praxis, Drogen (A-D), 1209 pp., 1993 (E-O), 970 pp., 1994 (P-Z), 1196 pp. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
1 Enterocontractant J. Aromatherapy 4: 22.
1 Emmenagogue *
1 Dye Merck 11th Edition
3 Diuretic Oriental Materia Medica (three volumes by Dr. Hsu and collaborators)
1 Convulsant R.J. Hixtable (Huxtable, R.J. (as T. Max). 1992. This and That:The Essential Pharmacology of Herbs and Spices. Tips 13:15-20 Huxtable, R.J. 1992b. The Myth of Benficent Nature. The Risk of Herbal Preparations. Anns. Intern. Med. 117(2):165-6; Huxtable, R.
1 COMP-Inhibitor Dullo, A. G., et al. 1999. Efficacy of a green tea extract rich in catechin polyphenols and caffeine in increasing 24-h energy expenditure and fat oxidation in humans. Am. J. Clinical Nutrition, 70: 1040-1045.
1 CNS-Stimulant *
1 Candidicide Planta Medica, 57: A43, 1991.
3 Cancer-Preventive Jim Duke's personal files.
2 Calcium-Antagonist *
1 Apoptotic *
1 Antiviral *
1 AntiUTI *
1 Antiulcer *
1 Antitumor-Promoter *
1 Antitumor *
1 Antistress Jim Duke's personal files.
3 Antispasmodic Fitoterapia No.59-1984.
3 Antiseptic *
*Unless otherwise noted all references are to Duke, James A. 1992. Handbook of phytochemical constituents of GRAS herbs and other economic plants. Boca Raton, FL. CRC Press.