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Warning: In general, Asarone and phenylpropanoids tend to be hepato-carcinogen and mutagen (Goggelman W et al., 1983), and they cause duodenal tumors. The toxicity of asarone resulted in the banishment of Acorus calamus L. products in the U.S., limited concentrations in Europe and raised concerns about the toxicity of phenylpropanoids, common in spices.

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