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1 Antialdosteronic Pizzorno, J.E. and Murray, M.T. 1985. A Textbook of Natural Medicine. John Bastyr College Publications, Seattle, Washington (Looseleaf).
1 Antialkali? Martindale's 29th
1 Antialkalotic Martindale's 29th
7 Antiallergic Werbach, M. 1993. Healing with Food. Harper Collins, New York, 443 pp.
4 Antialopecic *
6 Antialzheimeran Werbach, M. 1993. Healing with Food. Harper Collins, New York, 443 pp.
1 Antiamblyopic *
2 Antianaphylactic Meli, R., Autore, G., Di Carlo, G., Capasso, F. Inhibitory Action of Quercetin on Intestinal Transit in Mice. Phytotherapy Research 4(5): 201, 1990.
4 Antiandrogenic Malini, T. and Vanithakumari, G. 1989. Rat Toxicity Studies With B-Sitosterol. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 28: 221-234, 1990.
5 Antianemic *
3 Antianginal *
3 Antiangiogenic *
2 Antianorectic Jeffery B. Harborne and H. Baxter, eds. 1983. Phytochemical Dictionary. A Handbook of Bioactive Compounds from Plants. Taylor & Frost, London. 791 pp.
1 Antianorexic Martindale's 29th
3 Antianxiety Werbach, M. 1993. Healing with Food. Harper Collins, New York, 443 pp.
1 Antiarabiflavinotic Martindale's 28th
1 Antiarachidonate *
5 Antiarrhythmic *
3 Antiarteriosclerotic *
14 Antiarthritic Davies, S., and Stewart, A. 1990. Nutritional Medicine. Avon Books, New York. 509pp.
*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.