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The volatile constituents of Acinus alpinus (L.) Moench ssp. meridionalis (Nyman) P. W. Ball growing in Spain


Flavour and Fragrance Journal 8(3): 127-130
The volatile constituents of Acinus alpinus (L.) Moench ssp. meridionalis (Nyman) P. W. Ball growing in Spain
A herbal tea prepared from Acinus alpinus is used in the Sierra Nevada (Spain) to treat coughs and gastrointestinal disorders.

Accession: 002530962

DOI: 10.1002/ffj.2730080302

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