Echinacea: The genus Echinacea
Sandra Carol Miller, He-ci Yu
CRC Press, Apr 27, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 296 pages
Echinacea has emerged from the realm of folklore medicine and into the territory of valued and potentially fundamental therapy. While an understanding of the promising medicinal applications of Echinacea is important, knowledge of the herb's chemistry, cultivation, and analytical profiles is equally as significant.
Echinacea: The genus Echin
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