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Madagascar Periwinkle by Nanay's daughter Posted Thu 21 Feb 2013 9:08am 1 Comment Spotted: sidewalk Jalan Asas at Fuyong Estate Madagascar Periwinkle Malay : kumunting china Sci: catharantus roseus Decoction - malaria, diabetes, cancer, skin diseased - depurtive after childbirth - stop lactation - coughs - hairwash Alkaloids - anti-cancer therapy Infusion of flowers - diabetes I be ... Read on »
Microarray for Catharanthus Roseus by Albin P. Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 6:59pm In the recently concluded Bio-Asia 2007 meeting Ocimum Biosolutions has entered into an accord with a scientist for developing microarray on the medicinal plant Catheranthus Roseus. Catharanthus roseus is known as the common or Madagascar periwinkle, though its name and classification may be contradictory in some literature beca ... Read on »
Microarray for Catharanthus Roseus by Albin P. Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 8:35pm In the recently concluded Bio-Asia 2007 meeting  Ocimum Biosolutions has entered into an accord with a scientist for developing microarray  on the medicinal plant Catheranthus Roseus.    Catharanthus roseus is known as the common or Madagascar periwinkle, though its name and classification may be contradictory in some literature beca ... Read on »
Old Maid by Puglet .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 29 Nov 2008 12:20pm Sometimes I hate being part of a family. I'm one of three siblings, and blessed with being the middle child. Growing up in my insane family, I was, of course, the odd one out, as anyone who puts stock in birth order affecting personality would guess. My older sister and younger brother now both work for the same big corporate company, ... Read on »
Old Maid Finds A Home by Willo Radgens Posted Thu 10 Feb 2011 12:00am You might remember that one of the few things I did right this Christmas was get the boys traditional card games. The good news is that they love them and Tucker is Skip-Bo pro. The bad news is they are hard to store. Enter a little old suitcase that I picked up at a garage sale for 50 cents ages ago and has just been kind of laying aro ... Read on »
Old Maid Finds A Home by Willo Radgens Posted Thu 10 Feb 2011 3:18pm You might remember that one of the few things I did right this Christmas was get the boys traditional card games. The good news is that they love them and Tucker is Skip-Bo pro. The bad news is they are hard to store. Enter a little old suitcase that I picked up at a garage sale for 50 cents ages ago and has just been kind of laying arou ... Read on »
Kathy BradwayPeriwinkle Lane Int ... by Stan Cohen Posted Tue 23 Jun 2009 6:54pm Kathy Bradway Periwinkle Lane Interiors View Kathy’s Blog  Even more so what about the words senior living? What thoughts get conjured up with those words? The word senior out shadows the word living, because from what I have seen in a majority of cases existing would be more descriptive than living. And even that might be a generous de ... Read on »
Golden, Rosy, Peach & Periwinkle West Garden by VW Patient Expert Posted Thu 13 Aug 2009 7:27pm A few other bloggers have mentioned that they'd like to see my garden. I'm afraid they wouldn't be very impressed with my 2 year old landscape. The front yard is going in the right direction, though the plants are still small. The backyard is just a holding area as I try out plants to see where they'd work best in the final backyard design. But ... Read on »
Balcony Stalwarts by Sue S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 3:08pm Visit the balcony in the late summer and you'll always find a number of Rosy Periwinkles blooming away. They're invaluable. When other plants start succumbing to pests or diseases and dying off, leaving ugly gaps in the containers, I pop in a periwinkle. I nearly always have a few of the white varieties on hand for emergencies - that way they ... Read on »
Purple Periwinkles Battle Inflammatory Diseases by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Thu 06 May 2010 10:29am Medical News Today A widely and safely used plant extract acts as a novel anti-inflammatory agent that may one day be used for the treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, as well as other inflammatory conditions. There is an urgent need for new therapies for the treatment of chronic inflammatory dise ... Read on »