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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 Geranium sanguineum (Gotsgnad; Kanitiri)
P Geranium maculatum (Cranesbill)
P Geranium thunbergii (Oriental Geranium)
P Pelargonium graveolens (Rose Geranium)
P Pelargonium roseum (Scented Geranium)
E Geranium carolinianum (America-Huro; Tlaltlauhcapatli)
E Geranium maculatum (Benekli Turnagagasi; Cranesbill)
E Geranium nepalense (Niu Pien)
E Geranium robertianum (Erva De Sao Roberto; Fortchete Do Diale; Herb Robert; Herba Ruperti; Hierba De San Roberto; Turnagagasi)
E Geranium pratense (Dove Foote)
E Geranium thunbergii (Gen-No-Shoko)
E Geranium columbinum (Pie De Paloma)
E Geranium krameri (Tati-Huro)
E Geranium tiberosum (Geranium)