Medicinal Herbs Used in Herbal Medicine for Neurological Disorders
A. julibrissin is native to Asia and popularly known as Persian silk tree. In traditional Chinese medicine, it is used to treat anxiety and depression. The plant is reported to contain flavonoids (Wei and Guo 2015).
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