Comparison of rosmarinic acid content in commercial tinctures produced from fresh and dried lemon balm (Melissa Officinalis)

Sanchez-Medina, Alberto and Etheridge, Christopher J. and Hawkes, Geoffrey E. and Hylands, Peter J. and Pendry, Barbara A. and Hughes, Michael J. and Corcoran, Olivia (2007) ‘Comparison of rosmarinic acid content in commercial tinctures produced from fresh and dried lemon balm (Melissa Officinalis)’, Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 10(4), pp. 455-463.

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Abstract

This paper details research into the rosmarinic acid content of eight commercial tinctures derived from fresh (n= 5) and dried (n=3) Melissa officinalis herb. Research findings show implications both for the manufacturers of commercial tinctures and also for herbal practitioners in the choice of tinctures for treating Herpes simplex infection.

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Additional Information: Citation: Sanchez-Medina, A. et al (2007) ‘Comparison of rosmarinic acid content in commercial tinctures produced from fresh and dried lemon balm (Melissa Officinalis).’ Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 10 (4) 455-463.
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Depositing User: Mr Stephen Grace
Date Deposited: 10 Aug 2009 12:52
Last Modified: 27 Sep 2012 12:00
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10552/243

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