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By A. P. Singh

Substitute platforms of drugs (Ayurveda, Siddha, Homoepathy, conventional chinese language drugs and Western Medcila Herbalism) makes use of medicinal vegetation for formulations. the current paintings is aimed toward documentation of chemical composition, medicinal use and glossy investigative paintings on medicinal crops. because the identify of the identify indicates, the paintings comprises infrequent medicinal crops used globally in medication. As examine is being performed on medicinal vegetation, progressively more phytochemicals are being came across. On foundation of this, conventional makes use of of medicinal vegetation are being proven. The paintings may be a invaluable consultant for practitioners of different structures of medication. will probably be important for phytochemists, ethnobotanists and natural pharmacists who will locate detailed facts approximately much less documented medicinal vegetation.

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