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Muminjan kizi, Y. L. . . (2023). SALTPETER. Confrencea, 4(04), 343–348. Retrieved from


The first mention of this plant dates back to the XVIII century. Dr. Peter I
discovered and examined this plant. And in 1761, one of the botanical works of the
great Linnaeus 'The mysterious plant saltpeter explained' was first published in
Russia. The plant has a hypotensive, antispasmodic and sedative effect. This plant is
found in the desert of Central Asia, in Western Siberia, the Crimea, in the European
part of the country. Based on the name of the plant itself, it is clear that the soil for
this plant is clay, sandy and saline sediments.

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