Sambucus nigra L. – przegląd badań naukowych Artykuł przeglądowy

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Bartosz J. Sapilak

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Bez czarny (Sambucus nigra L.) należy do popularnych farmaceutyków pochodzenia naturalnego. Wykorzystywany jest głównie w terapii infekcji górnych dróg oddechowych, wykazuje jednak znacznie szersze możliwości terapeutyczne. Liczba opracowań dotyczących medycznego wykorzystania rośliny przekracza 150 publikacji opisujących 41 wskazań leczniczych. W opracowaniu przedstawiono najciekawsze z nich wraz z analizą wybranych prac badawczych.

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Sapilak , B. J. (2019). Sambucus nigra L. – przegląd badań naukowych . Medycyna Faktów , 12(1(42), 19-25. https://doi.org/10.24292/01.MF.0119.3
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