AJUGA IVA PDF

is an internet online database of the wild plants growing on the islands of Malta and Gozo.. This is the profile for the plant – Ajuga iva. Ajuga iva (L.) Schreber (AI), is widely used in the Moroccan pharmacopoeia as a panacea (cure-all), and specifically for gastrointestinal disorders and diabetes. J Ethnopharmacol. Jan 19;(2) Epub Jul Effect of aqueous extract of Ajuga iva supplementation on plasma lipid profile and tissue.

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Acute and chronic toxicological studies of Ajuga iva in experimental animals.

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Ajuga iva – Wikipedia

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The plant has antimalarial properties[].