Medicinal Plants

Medicinal plants have been used in all cultures as a source of medicine. Medicinal plants are open, reasonable and socially proper wellsprings of essential medicinal services for more than 80% of Asia's populace (WHO). They have been used for thousands of years to flavor and conserve food, to treat health disorders and to prevent diseases including epidemics. Thus, there is far reaching enthusiasm for elevating customary wellbeing frameworks to meet essential human service’s needs. This is particularly valid in South Asia, as costs of cutting edge medications winding and governments discover it progressively hard to meet the cost of pharmaceutical-based social insurance.

  • Medicinal plants in traditional care system
  • Phytomedicine and medicinal crops
  • Efficacy of medicinal plants
  • Biodiversity of medicinal plants
  • Global market of medicinal plants

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