Antiviral compounds extracted from the foul-smelling herb Ferula assafoetida (Chinese name: A Wei, aka Devil’s Dung) show greater activity against the H1N1 swine flu virus than the drug amantadine. Taiwanese scientists found that...

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Categories: Herb research, Fever/infectious diseases

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