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    Medicinal Plants Introduction Introduction “In All things there is a poison, and there is nothing without a poison. It depends on only upon the dose whether a poison is a poison or not”---------Paracelsus (1493?-1541, Switzerland) Chinese saying “Shi Yao San Fei Du” means “Any drugs...
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  • Kaymito Leaves as Antiseptic Mouthwash
    maintain a rich biodiversity in the ecosystem. CELSO P. DIAZ Director 2 Table of Contents Page Introduction ............................................................................ 4 Uses of 10 scientifically validated medicinal plants ............... 4 Tips of growing herbal and...
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    Philippine herbal and medicinal plants promoted by the DOH ......................... 10 Table 2. The different ways in which herbal medicine can be practiced and level of technology needed ........................................................ 12 4 Introduction The Philippine population grows...
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  • Herbal Medicine
    Intoduction: The past decade has witnessed a tremendous resurgence in the interest and use of medicinal plant products.Medicinal plants are various plants used in herbalism and thought by some to have medicinal properties. Few plants or their phytochemical constituents have been proven to have...
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  • Thesis
    INTRODUCTION Those plants that have healing properties are termed as medicinal plants or herbs. The plant kingdom is divided into several groups, but the botanical classification is beyond the scope of this section. However, medicinal plants can be simply classified as trees, shrubs, woody...
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  • Biodiversity
    research in medicine, it was concluded that plants contain active principles, which are responsible, for curative action of the herbs. Before onset of synthetic era, man was completely dependent on medicinal herbs for prevention and treatment of diseases. With introduction of scientific procedures...
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  • herbal medicine
    1.0 Introduction The 21st century is witnessing serious scientific effort to discover major active ingredients in medicinal plants through research and development. This perhaps may be due to the inability of orthodox medicine to comprehensively address most disease conditions plaguing mankind...
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  • Recent Developments in Herbal and Medicinal Plants Sector with Reference to Trade
    document indigenous uses of medicinal plants • Demand-supply studies • Conducting awareness seminars and workshops at local, regional and state level • Research and Development • Market Analysis and Value addition • Introduction of herbal gardens in schools • Production of quality planting...
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  • Study on Feasibility of Growing Medicinal Plant Crop in India
    STUDY ON FEASIBILITY OF GROWING MEDICINAL PLANT CROP IN INDIA Introduction 1. There is a global resurgence in the traditional and alternative health care system. We in India are fortunate to have a system of medicines which date back to more than 3000 years and have deep rooted societal...
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  • Momordica Charantia Linn's extract as a Prophylactic medicine for Gram-Negative Escherechia Coli
    antibacterial activity and can be used as medicinal purposes. Table of Contents Abstract 1 Chapter 1: Introduction 2 Background of the Study 3 Significance of the Study 3 Purpose of the Study 3 Statement of...
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  • Om Herbs
    . Medicine, Herbal. Plants, Medicinal - China. Herb gardening. Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and index. Call #: 635.7 H99 Author: Hylton, William H. Title: The Rodale herb book: how to use, grow, and buy nature's miracle plants, edited by William H. Hylton ; with...
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  • Biodiversity and Conservation of Seshachalam Hills
    ground flora, devastation of fruits and seeds due to their haphazard collection for medicinal and economic purposes, introduction of exotic species, collection of plant parts in destructive manner for research purposes and herbal drug preparation by traditional practioners and pharmaceutical...
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  • Exsitu and Insitu Conservation of Medicinal Plants
    EXSITU AND INSITU CONSERVATION OF MEDICINAL PLANTS INTRODUCTION India ranks sixth under world's twelve mega bio-diversity zones. Out of these, two ofthem exist in our country. India possesses tremendous ecological bio-diversity. Itcontains 5 % of the world's bio-diversity on 2 % of...
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  • Medicinal Plants
    CHAPTER 1 The Problem and Its Setting Introduction Herbal medicine is the use of herbs or plants for their therapeutic or medicinal value. This practice is becoming popular nowadays due to the use of natural ingredients rather than synthetic ones. Though only a few people believe in its...
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  • Research Paper
    Chapter I INTRODUCTION Plants had been used for medicinal purposes long before recorded history. For example, ancient Chinese and Egyptian papyrus writings describe medicinal plant uses. Indigenous cultures such as African and Native American used herbs in their healing...
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  • Effect of Coconut Husk Extracts on Breast Cancer Cell Lines
    A STUDY OF THE USE OF A MEDICINAL PLANT EXTRACT (Newbouldea laevis ) IN THE TREATMENT OF INFERTILITY IN ALBINO RATS. INTRODUCTION Over the past decade, herbal medicine has become a topic of global importance making strong impact on world health as medicinal plants continue to play a central role...
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    - 621 212, Tamil Nadu, India. *Corresponding Author E-mail: drva1967@yahoo.com ABSTRACT: The bacterial organisms were isolated from drinking water (Bacillus, Borchothrix, Clavibacter sp, Ancylobacter sp, and Brevi bacterium). Selected Indian medicinal plants Cardiospermum halicacabum and...
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  • Biology of Monarch Butterfly
    fumonisins have been found in medicinal wild plants in South Africa and in herbal tea and medicinal plants in Turkey. Zearalenone was identified in ginseng root. Dried fruits can be contaminated with aflatoxins, OTA, kojic acid, and, occasionally, with patulin or zearalenone. One main area of concern...
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  • Thesis Statement
    body. Marijuana also tend to stay in one’s system for as long as 3 to 90 depending on how much is consumed. I. Introduction Marijuana comes from a hemp plant, which is also called cannabis, and has been used for thousands of years around the world. Marijuana has been prohibited...
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  • Role of Plant
    INTRODUCTION Plants are extremely useful for us. On the one hand they provide us with the oxygen we need to be able to breathe. But furthermore, they contribute with nutrients through food. The use of the plant as food has been a search from the beginning of the humanity, looking for the...
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