Posted December 01, 2018 10:22:16The word “elm” is the oldest of the four main plant species found in Australia.
But it’s the one in the family Acacia that we’re most familiar with.
For many, it’s a staple of the home, but for others, it may just be the only thing on the shelf.
For this reason, it was decided to find out if the plant could treat any of the following symptoms, or to see if it can help those who suffer from a number of different problems.
The plant is known to have an anti-inflammatory effect, anti-fungal activity, antibacterial properties, antiaging and antiseptic properties.
However, this isn’t just about its antibacterial qualities.
Research in Australia found that the plant has a number in common with a number other plants in the genus Acacia.
It has a high concentration of alkaloids that can be absorbed by the skin and act as a moisturiser, antihistamine, antiseptics, pain killers, antiwrinkle treatment and antibacterial.
The researchers found that these alkaloid-rich compounds were able to inhibit the growth of bacteria and fungi.
The same research also found that some of these compounds also had the ability to treat the effects of inflammation, including cancer.
Researchers from the University of Adelaide’s School of Pharmacy and Pharmacology in partnership with the University and the Victorian Government conducted a study to investigate the potential use of the plant in people with skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis and rosacea.
The study found that patients who received the plant’s extracts exhibited significant improvements in their symptoms.
The results of the study were published in the Journal of the Australian Academy of Dermatology.
It’s the first time researchers have used the plant to help treat a specific problem.
It is thought that the compound known as the alkalyl salicylate, or SAS, is a powerful anti-infectant.
It works by blocking the activity of the immune system and helping to neutralise the immune cells.
Researchers believe that the use of SAS in people is one of the reasons why it’s one of Australia’s most common prescription drugs.
“The main reason for SAS use is that it’s effective against many of the diseases and conditions associated with acne, psoriatic arthritis, eczemas and rosy spots,” Professor Robyn MacLean from the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University said.
“However, there’s also the concern that people with eczemy are also at risk of having a number or the onset of eczems due to the high concentrations of these chemicals in their skin.”
The plant’s high alkalinity, along with its antibiotics properties, may be why it can be used to treat a number, but not all, of the symptoms associated with these conditions.
It can be applied to the affected areas to remove dead skin cells, and is said to help control inflammation.
But research also suggests that SAS may be effective in treating conditions that have a higher risk of spreading infection.
“In people with psorias, rosias and roly-poly psorioses, SAS is effective in controlling the inflammatory response,” Professor MacLean said.
She added that patients should also be aware that Sase can also be used for a variety of conditions, including eczemia, psoria, psoralen, roly polyps and psoridiosis.”SAS may also be helpful in treating the condition of chronic inflammation in people who have chronic inflammatory conditions such as psorinitis, eczeptics and rheumatoid arthritis, for instance,” Professor MacDonald said.
While Sase has the ability “to suppress the inflammatory reaction” by blocking inflammation, the study also found it was also effective in the treatment of inflammation related to eczeme, psorbosus and rozy-polyps.
“Our findings suggest that SASE may be a viable option for patients who have a range of chronic inflammatory diseases, such as eczEMA, psoro-phoria, rozy polyps, psoranosis, psorrhea, rheumatism and eczymas,” Professor McLean said