The kalancho plant is one of the most popular plants used to make catnips.
It is one in a group of plants known as plantain that are also used in traditional medicine.
A kalanceno plant has long been used as a topical preparation in India.
But scientists have recently begun to research the use of it in other countries.
The new study in the journal Nature showed that the kalaceno plant produced a potent anti-inflammatory effect that was well tolerated in humans.
In addition, the plant also reduced the incidence of eye infections and cataracts.
The study was carried out by the University of Colorado at Boulder and the University at Buffalo.
The plant has been used in India for centuries for its ability to lower inflammation, and its use as a purifying agent for cataract surgery has also been documented. “
The plant has a very high concentration of alpha-linolenic acid, which is an omega-3 fatty acid that is also important for eye health,” he said.
The plant has been used in India for centuries for its ability to lower inflammation, and its use as a purifying agent for cataract surgery has also been documented.
The scientists said the new study was a “surprising result” that will allow them to develop new cataracicarbs, which they will call catnifluoxacaine-based cataracs.
The authors also said they were interested in studying the kalamancho in other parts of the world and would look to plantain for future research.
The researchers say they are now looking to plantains to further their research into the effects of kalgadenon on catarachial surgery patients.
The research was funded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada and the Department for the Environment.