WHO monographs on medicinal plants commonly used in the by World Health Organization

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441 pages. The ebook is in English. The monographs contain entire medical info at the defense, efficacy and caliber of medicinal vegetation. every one monographs is in elements by way of a reference lst. the 1st half provides pharma copoeial summaries for caliber coverage, whereas the second one half comprises sections on medicinal makes use of, pharmacology, questions of safety and dosage types. Thirty various vegetation are mentioned indexed by way of medical identify. Their universal identify is additionally indexed with a few of them having twenty or extra universal names.

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