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Dr. Duke's Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical databases facilitate in-depth plant, chemical, bioactivity, and ethnobotany searches using scientific or common names. Search results can be downloaded in PDF or spreadsheet form. Of interest to pharmaceutical, nutritional, and biomedical research, as well alternative therapies and herbal products.


Key: A= Biological Activity C= Chemical E= Ethnobotany Plant P= Plant S= Syndrome U= Ethnobotany Use
E Aloe barbadensis (Aloes; L'Alois; Aloes Des Jardins; Zabida; Sarisabir; Laloi; Zabila; Sabila; Aloe)
P Aloe vera (Bitter Aloes; Aloe)
P Aquilaria agallocha (Lignum Aloe)
P Aloe spp. (Aloe)
E Aquilaria agallocha (Chan Hsiang; Chen Xiang; Chi Ku Hsiang; Huang Shu Hsiang; Ch'En Hsiang; Ch'Ing Kuei Hsiang; Ma T'I Hsiang; Aguru; Lignum)
E Aloe vera (Djadam arab; Lidah buaya; Zabila; Hsiang Tan; Aloe; Lu Hui; Nu Hui; Jadam; No Hui; Alwat)
E Aloe ferox (Aloes Do Cabo)
E Aloe barbadense (Aloes)
E Agave americana (Cocuiza; Pacpa; Agave; American Sisal; Oloi; Lu Sung Ma; Agav; Aloe; Cocui; Penca; Maguei; Piteira; Pitta; Maguey)
E Aloe sp (Aziuar; Sabr; Aloes)
E Aloe saponaria (Aloe)