Israel has developed a medicinal herb for a rare parasitic disease, the first time it has done so in decades.
Melisa plant is a flowering plant with a specialised gland that releases a specific enzyme to stop the growth of the fungus, called Fusarium oxysporum, according to the Hebrew University.
Melissa plant is the second medicinal plant to be cultivated in Israel.
The first was a medicinal strain of the same plant cultivated in the 1990s by Drs.
Yuval Baskin and Dr. Dan Shacham.
The herb was produced by the Israeli Agricultural and Food Administration, the country’s Ministry of Agriculture, which is responsible for administering the herb to farmers and livestock producers.
The herb is cultivated in a special nursery in the Israeli settlement of Beit Shemesh, which was established in 1948.
Melasa plant was cultivated in 1967.
It is the first medicinal plant cultivated by the government of Israel in its history.
The name “melisa” means “beautiful tree.”
It has long been a common name for many medicinal plants, including those that have medicinal properties in other cultures.
The word melisa means “lily” in Hebrew.
The plant is native to South America, where it was first cultivated.
The plant’s unique ability to kill the fungus has been documented in a number of other medicinal plants and is known to be extremely potent, as well as possessing anti-cancer properties.
Melissas roots are harvested from the plant for its medicinal properties.
The dried herb is then stored in the soil for a year or more.
It was not until the 1990’s that the herb was grown in Israel and cultivated by Israel’s Agricultural and Veterinary Authority.
It was later approved by the Ministry of Health, Agriculture, and Forestry in 2003.
Melisas main uses are as a medicine, as a food supplement, as an insecticide, and as an antibiotic.
It has also been cultivated in other countries, including India, Pakistan, Nigeria, the Philippines, and Australia.
It has also recently been cultivated and used by Israel, but only in limited numbers.
The Israeli Agriculture Ministry has made no official announcement about the herb, but said that it was used for its protection against the fungus and to treat parasitic diseases such as toxoplasmosis, which affects millions of people.
The Ministry said that the medicinal value of the herb had not been verified yet, but that it has been “a successful herb for decades.”
Melisa Plant was produced under a new research program by the Agricultural and Agri-Food Authority, the ministry said.
The ministry also said that Israeli farmers will soon be able to obtain melisa for free from the Israeli Ministry of the Environment.
Melisha Plant was first harvested in 2003 by Dr. Yuvda Levin, an expert in medicinal plants.
She said that she grew the plant in a field, planted it in a greenhouse, and harvested it in January 2008.
She also harvested it at a plant nursery in Beit Shomron in the northern Negev Desert.
Dr. Levin said that a small amount of melisa was grown as a plant fertilizer and that the herbs roots are not edible, but were used to feed the cattle in a large farm.
She said that during her study of the plant, she found that melisa roots contained a number that she believed were antifungal and antibacterial properties.
She added that she used them in conjunction with garlic and oregano to treat urinary tract infections and other parasitic diseases.
Meliso, a medicinal weed, was also cultivated in 2005.
It gained widespread attention after its widespread use by the World Health Organization as a pesticide.
Melias roots were harvested by Dr Levin, who is a member of the Plant Industry Management Institute of Israel, which has a staff of around 40 researchers.
She was also the director of the Israeli Research Foundation’s plant breeding program.