Medicinal Plants in Tropical Countries: Traditional Use - Experience - Facts

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Practical medical recommendations for use of medicinal plants, based on a scientific approach!According to estimates of the World Health Organization, 80% of the world population are primarily reliant on traditional methods of healing, which use empirical knowledge based on the use of medicinal plants.These monographs present a helpful summary of the often contradictory information on the use of medicinal plants. An assessment of each individual plant is provided in each monograph.
 

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University of Tuebingen, Pharmaceutical Institute, Tuebingen, Germany

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