Study of Monarda Fistulosa Essential Oil as a Prospective Antiseborrheic Agent Article First Online: 23 March 2010 Received: 21 May 2009 DOI:
Cite this article as: Zhilyakova, E.T., Novikov, O.O., Naumenko, E.N. et al. Bull Exp Biol Med (2009) 148: 612. doi:10.1007/s10517-010-0777-7 Monarda fistulosa essential oil characterized by pronounced therapeutic effects is proposed for the treatment of seborrhea. Studies of its antibacterial, antimycotic, and antiinflammatory activities showed that it inhibits microorganism growth and is superior to hydrocortisone in combination with vitamin B 6 by its antiinflammatory activity. Key Words seborrhea burdock oil Monarda essential oil antimycotic and antibacterial effects generalized infection
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