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AAH Oat

The American Botanical Council (ABC) is passionate about helping people live healthier lives through the responsible use of herbs and medicinal plants. As an independent, nonprofit education organization, ABC is dedicated to providing accurate and reliable information for consumers, healthcare practitioners, researchers, educators, industry and the media.

Please enjoy this information on rose hips made available through the generosity of  IFF Health's adoption.

AAH Oat

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Avena sativa (Poaceae), called oat, oats, green oat, or milky oat, is native to Europe, the Mediterranean, North Africa, and northern Central Asia, and is cultivated throughout the world. All aboveground parts of the plant are used, but the grain, in its green or "milky" stage, is used for anxiety, stress, mental exhaustion, bladder weakness, and as a rejuvenative tonic and restorative.

 

Additional ABC Oat Resources 

Healthy Ingredients  

Avena sativa profile. 

HerbClip reviews

Natural Immunomodulators Enhance Immune Function and Help Reduce and Ameliorate Recurrent Upper Respiratory Infections. HC# 011211-447, 4/30/2012.

Oat Extract Improves Attention and Concentration in Older Adults. HC# 081113-438, 12/15/2011. 

Tieraona Low Dog Discusses the Treatment of Depression. HC# 061155-433, 9/30/2011.  

Complementary and Alternative Medicine Therapies Practiced in Clinical Settings to Treat Insomnia. HC# 121013-420, 3/15/2011. 

Physiological Processes and Treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. HC# 020373-336, 9/14/2007.

 

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