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Aromatherapie anti-bacterieel

Mécanisme d’action antibactérienne des huiles essentielles. Paul Goetz, Kamel Ghedira


Résumé
Les huiles essentielles sont des produits de composition généralement complexe, renfermant des métabolites secondaires représentés par des principes volatils contenus dans les végétaux et plus ou moins modifiés au cours de leur extraction. Les huiles essentielles (HE) sont biosynthétisées par les végétaux supérieurs en réponse à des conditions de stress et surtout pour combattre les agents infectieux ou parasitaires (60).

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