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Árbol de cork de amur (Phellodendron amurense)

El Árbol de Cork de Amur es un miembro de la familia de los cítricos (Rutaceae). Originaria de Corea, al norte de China (el río Amur cerca de Siberia y Japón, sus derivados se utilizan para aliviar la inflamación, el dolor y el eczema). La ciencia moderna ha demostrado su eficacia como antiinflamatorio 1,2, 3y antimicrobiano ,45.6.

 

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