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  1. 2015-03-26 Plants have been used since ancient times to heal and cure diseases and to improve health and wellbeing. Despite ancient nature of the tradition, medicinal plants still form the basis of traditional or indigenous health systems and are reported by the World Health Organization (WHO) to still be...
  2. TheJournal of Medicinal Plants for Economic Development(JOMPED) is the official publication of theSociety for Medicinal Plants and Economic Development. It is dedicated to the dissemination of research information on the use of plants and plant products for economic and social development...
  3. Academia Journal of Medicinal Plants (AJMP)is an open access, international journal dedicated to publish high quality papers in all areas of medicinal plants including plant growth and cultivation of medicinal plants, agronomic management, plant nutrition, plant physiology, molecular and cell...
  4. Theopen accessjournal Medicinal & Aromatic Plants (MAP) is a scientific journal that includes a wide range of fields in its discipline and reports about the usage of plants for fragrance and medicinal uses during the modern times by identifying the therapeutic ingredients in plants that play...
  5. 1998-01-19 This 1998 classic reference (2nd Edition) arms you with information on the extraordinary healing powers of natural medicine. As a scientifically well researched and documented health advisor, it gives you a natural approach to over 70 diseases.
  6. Abstract,Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science, 2014 Basella alba L. is an important green leafy vegetables found commonly in the tropical regions of the world. The plant is used as a substitute for true spinach (i. e. Spinacea oleracea L.) and also has great ethnomedicinal importance....
  7. 2011-11-30 Longtime grower Peg Schafer is leading the movement for the transition to organic, domestic cultivation of Chinese herbs. Due to raised concerns about the quality of imported products, and a renewed interest in locally sourced medicine, domestic and ecologically grown herbs are increasingly in...
  8. 2017-12-04 From the ancient wisdom of indigenous people we inherit a healthier lifestyle for ourselves, our neighbors and the planet. In this article, Sarah Hornsbyshares herjourney with medicinal plants of Nicaragua, which started after her husband and she retired in Matagalpa.
  9. Journal of Medicinal Plants Studiesis a Peer Reviewed Journal. Prime Focus of the Journal to publish articles related to the current trends of research. This Journal provides the platform with the aim of motivating the students and personnel in the Botany and Phytochemistry Research and...
  10. It is estimated that some 10,000 plant species are used medicinally, most of these are used in traditional systems of medicine. However, only a relatively small number of species are used in any significant volume. For example, in TCM, 9,905 botanical materials are used but only an estimated 500...
  11. Abstract, Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine, 2015 Background In rural communities of Thailand, traditional healers still play an important role in local health care systems even though modern medicine is easily accessible. Meanwhile, natural forests in Thailand which are important sources...
  12. 2008-07-20 Briefly addressed are the following: Artemisia for malaria treatment. Aflatoxin. Leaf Protein Concentrate (LPC) for treatment ofsevere malnutrition. Moringa high density planting for leaf powder. Indoor air pollution.
  13. While questions still remain about the dosage required in human beings, neem clearly has great potential in preventing malaria, a parasite that kills more than a million people per year. Several in vitro studies indicate significant protection, including one that concluded it was more effective...
  14. The advice presented here is based on knowledge gained from people living with HIV/AIDS about useful herbal treatments and remedies. It does not claim that all herbs and remedies have the same effect on all people. Many communities have their own knowledge of health and nutrition, based on local...
  15. This page is managed by "Discover", a small organisation based in Germany. Focusing particularly on Uganda, Kenya, Ghana Zimbabwe, we aim: to support specific projects to train their communities in hygiene, nutrition and natural health. to enable communities to become more self-reliant, more...
  16. 2012-12-20 In tropical countries malaria kills more than a million people every year. The majority are children. That means, a person dies of malaria somewhere in the world at least every 30 seconds. Great advances have been made in pharmaceutical technology, but still many of the poorest people in the...
  17. anamedworks in development partnership. Core point is to promote a responsible, sustainable and universally accessible health and nutrition, using our experiences, gained in 30 years of natural medical practise in the tropics and around the world. This is our common responsibility before God. The...
  18. anamed would like the information in this booklet be distributed as widely as possible. We encourage users of this book to translate it into local languages. However, because the contents are constantly being updated, please consult anamed first. The copyright of all translations remains with...
  19. Medicinal Aromatic Plants (MAPs) play a valuable and important role in economic, social, cultural and ecological aspects of local communities the world over. Medicinal Aromatic Plants (MAPs) can be defined as botanicals that provide people with medicines - to prevent disease, maintain health or...
  20. 2019-05-31 In tropical countries malaria kills more than a million people every year. The majority are children. That means, a person dies of malaria somewhere in the world at least every 30 seconds. Great advances have been made in pharmaceutical technology, but still many of the poorest people in the...
  21. 1990-01-01 This paper presents examples of such plants belonging to 19 botanical families, with a view to calling attention to the similar uses of easily extracted plant mucilages and, particularly, their ability to provide protection from fire, a feature which has already been demonstrated in Australia.
  22. This accurately illustrated guide gives detailed descriptions of over 200 plants to enable easy identificaiton, and provides information on the distribution and natural habitat of each species.
  23. Combines a field guide to finding and preserving medicinal plants with a detailed home advisor to their uses in cooking, cosmetics and health
  24. Includes 62 plants (and other remedies) from the countryside of South Carolina. Includes botanical & common names, habitat, range, current use in SC, properties and historical medical uses, toxicity, etc. With color photos. 2 Copies
  25. This booklet discussed over 200 plants - giving local names, botanical descriptions, methods of collection, processing and propagation.
  26. This booklet is the fourth in a series that is aimed at bringing to the awareness of tropical dwellers the rich medicinal resources available to them at almost no cost. The present volume deals very simply with health benefits of 20 common spices in the tropics within the reach of many people,...
  27. This book remains today one of the major texts on herbs, natural diet and lifestyle and holistic health.
  28. The Medicine Show is a bookful of down-to-earth, needed information. Most chapters are drawn from material published over the years in Consumer Reports. The book concludes on a note of particular helpfulness, with counsel on choosing both a doctor and a hospital, and with some basic facts about...
  29. Propolis (bee glue) is the most effective means of applying plant-derived therapeutic substances to the human body. It can be used specifically against infections-both interal and external-skin conditions, swellings and wounds. This book describes the use of propolis in treatments.
  30. For literally thousands of years, various cultures--principally Chinese cultures--have used mushrooms to treat and prevent a wide range of health disorders. Modern research is backing up the notion that mushrooms possess health benefits, ranging from anitcancer properties to blood pressure...
  31. Father Romano Zago, a Franciscan Friar and scholar, wrote the book Cancer Can Be Cured to reveal to the world an all natural Brazilian Recipe that contains the juice made from the whole leaf plant of Aloe Arborescens and honey that has been shown to rapidly restore the body's health so it heals...
  32. The Healing Herbs is meant to increase your knowledge of the latest developments in the use of plants for medicinal purposes.
  33. An inspiring work of oral history, Earth and Spirit explores and celebrates Puerto Rico's tradition of botanical medicine as it was practiced up to the 1980s. This lively and deeply personal glimpse of Caribbean healing presents the voices of dozens of people who knew, loved and worked with...
  34. Instant pain relief for scores of ailments and spetacular cures are reported.
  35. In this book, the author set out to describe some important medicinal plants, the diseases and complaints for which they can be used, some recipes for the production of medicines and information about dosages, and some cautionary notes about the side-effects of these treatments.
  36. Organized by body system and ailment makes it easy to locate appropriate therapies. Includes background on the physiology of major systems and ailments so readers can understand how and why a pharmaceutical, botanical, or dietary supplement works. Broad coverage includes green plants, fungi, and...
  37. At last...a comprehensive, truly unbiased herbal resource for health care professionals. You want to know the facts about herbal agents, not the folklore. You want results of scientific studies, not anecdotal reports and unverified claims.
  38. The Traditional Medicine team and the Roll Back Malaria department have worked together to develop this model monograph on good agricultural practices for Artemisia annua L. to facilitate cultivation of this particular medicinal plant with reliable quality and to ensure a sustainable supply to...
  39. Thirty Plants That Can Save Your Life introduces readers to the best plants for promoting wellness, preventing illness, and cleansing and soothing mind and body. To find the plants most widely and successfully used in traditional medicine, Schar researched herbal and medical lore from around the...
  40. Common Medical Problems in the Tropics is a comprehensive general textbook and practical handbook written in easily understood English. It is intended for medical assistants and senior nurses, especially those running clinics and health centres on their own, community health nurses and medical...