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|Title:||BioProfile- Memory Enhancer|
|Abstract:||The word <i>Acorus </i>is derived from the Greek word ‘acoron’, which in turn is derived from ‘coreon’ meaning pupil and refers to the alleged ophthalmic virtues of the plant. Calamus originated from a Greek word ‘kalamos’, meaning ‘reed’. In Sanskrit it is commonly called <i>kalama</i>, meaning ‘reed’ and ‘pen’ as well as a sort of rice. It is a small genus of herbs, comprising two species viz. <i>Acorus calamus </i>and <i>Acorus gramineus</i>, found in the North temperate regions and South-East Asia.|
|Appears in Collections:||SR Vol.47(04) [April 2010]|
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