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Rosemary / Rosmarinus officinalis

Uses described in pharmacopoeias and well established documents
Used orally for the treatment of dyspeptic complaints, and in external applications for supportive management of rheumatic complaints and circulatory disorders. Although one pilot study has indicated that the crude drug may enhance cognition, further data from randomized controlled clinical trials are required before any therapeutic recommendations can be made.

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Bearberry / Arctostaphylos uva-ursi

Uses described in folk medicine, not supported by experimental or clinical data
As a diuretic, to stimulate uterine contractions, and to treat diabetes, poor eyesight, renal or urinary calculi, rheumatism and venereal disease. Topical applications have been used for skin depigmentation.

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Boldo / Peumus boldus

The effect of the aqueous extract Peumus boldus on the proliferation of hepatocytes and liver function in rats submitted to expanded hepatectomy PURPOSE: To assess

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Artichoke / Cynara scolymus

Uses supported by clinical data
Treatment of digestive complaints (e.g. dyspepsia, feeling of fullness, flatulence, nausea, stomach ache and vomiting). Adjunct treatment of mild to moderate hypercholesterolaemia

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Marigold / Calendula officinalis

Uses described in pharmacopoeias and in traditional systems of medicine
External treatment of superficial cuts, minor inflammations of the skin and oral mucosa, wounds and ulcus cruris

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Garlic / Allium sativum

Uses supported by clinical data

As an adjuvant to dietetic management in the treatment of hyperlipidaemia, and in the prevention of atherosclerotic (age-dependent) vascular changes. The drug may be useful in the treatment of mild hypertension.

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