Dr Bhanubong Bongcheewin - The Mint family (Lamiaceae) in Thailand- A potential material source for phytocosmeceutical application
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Lamiaceae is the large family, consisting of more than 7,000 species worldwide. In Thailand, there are 52 genera, ca. 285 species enumerated for the Flora of Thailand account. The family is the important source for phytochemical compounds, such as essential oils, flavonoids, terpenoids. Some species with potential uses for cosmetics are reviewed.
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