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# Chemicals Activity *Reference
2 Antistaphylococcic *
1 Antitubercular *
4 Antitumor Zheng, G-Q., Kenney, P.M., and Lam, L.K.T. Sesquiterpenes From Clove (Eugenia caryophyllata) As Potential Anticarcinogenic Agents. Journal of Natural Products 55(7): 999-1003, 1992.
1 Antitumor (Breast) *
1 Antitumor (Colon) *
2 Antitumor (Pancreas) *
1 Antitumor (Prostate) *
1 Antitumor (Stomach) *
2 Antitussive Chin. J. Tuber. Respir. Dis.
4 Antiulcer Yamahara, J., et al. Stomachic principles in ginger. II. Pungent and anti-ulcer effects of low polar constituents isolated from ginger, the dried rhizoma of... Yakugaku Zasshi 112: 645-655 (1992).
5 Antiviral *
1 Apoptotic *
1 Ascaricide Madaus, G. 1976. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Hilfmittel. Vol,. 1-3. 2862 pp. (+ 144 p. index). Georg Olms Verlag, Hildescheim. Reprint of 1938 Madaus.
1 Bacteriostatic Chin. J. Tuber. Respir. Dis.
1 Bronchoprotectant *
1 Calcium-Antagonist *
4 Cancer-Preventive Stitt, P. A. Why George Should Eat Broccoli. Dougherty Co, Milwaukee, WI, 1990, 399 pp.
3 Candidicide *
2 Candidistat *
1 Carcinogenic Zebovitz, T. C. Ed. 1989. Part VII. Flavor and Fragrance Substances, in Keith L. H. and Walters, D.B., eds. Compendium of Safety Data Sheets for Research and Industrial Chemicals. VCH Publishers, New York. 3560-4253.
*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.