2022
DOI: 10.1590/s2175-97902022e20211
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Pharmaceutical and biological properties of Stachys species: A review

Abstract: The genus Stachys includes about 300 cosmopolitan species, making it one of the largest genera of the Lamiaceae family. The purpose of this paper is to present a review of Stachys species in the flora of Serbia among which some species are endemic to the Balkan Peninsula. This review comprises morphological, phytochemical, medicinal and food application of 17 taxa:

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“…Additionally, quantitative analysis revealed that S. sylvatica L. collected in Kazakhstan is rich in numerous chlorogenic acid derivatives, e.g., isochlorogenic acid or cryptochlorogenic acid, rarely reported in samples collected in other parts of the world (Benedec et al, 2023;Di Stasi et al, 2023). However, it is worth mentioning that chlorogenic acid derivatives were reported in research including other Stachys species, e.g., isochlorogenic acid was found in S. officinalis L. (Vundać et al, 2005;Kanjevac et al, 2023), while neochlorogenic and cryptochlorogenic acids in S. palustris L. (Kartsev et al, 1994). Similarly, we detected multiple luteolin derivatives, which were not detected in other studies concerning S. sylvatica L. (Benedec et al, 2023;Di Stasi et al, 2023).…”
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“…Additionally, quantitative analysis revealed that S. sylvatica L. collected in Kazakhstan is rich in numerous chlorogenic acid derivatives, e.g., isochlorogenic acid or cryptochlorogenic acid, rarely reported in samples collected in other parts of the world (Benedec et al, 2023;Di Stasi et al, 2023). However, it is worth mentioning that chlorogenic acid derivatives were reported in research including other Stachys species, e.g., isochlorogenic acid was found in S. officinalis L. (Vundać et al, 2005;Kanjevac et al, 2023), while neochlorogenic and cryptochlorogenic acids in S. palustris L. (Kartsev et al, 1994). Similarly, we detected multiple luteolin derivatives, which were not detected in other studies concerning S. sylvatica L. (Benedec et al, 2023;Di Stasi et al, 2023).…”
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confidence: 98%
“…The leaves are responsible for the plant’s unpleasant smell ( Alizadeh et al, 2020 ). Plants from the Stachys L. genus can be found in both hemispheres, including the Mediterranean Region, southwest Asia as well as in South and North America and North Africa, except for New Zeland and Australia ( Tunçtürk et al, 2019 ; Güner et al, 2021 ; Kanjevac et al, 2023 ). S. sylvatica L. growth area in Kazakhstan includes Altai, Tarbagatai, the Dzungarian Alatau and the ridges of the Northern Tian Shan: Zailiysky, Kungei, Terskei Alatau and Ketmen.…”
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