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Medicinal Plants of China
Language: en
Pages: 705
Authors: James A. Duke, Edward S. Ayensu
Categories: Science
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Plants are arranged alphabetically by scientific names. "Intended for use by biologists, chemists, and the interested layman as a guide to the Chinese medicinal plant resources and their uses." Entries give popular names, uses, chemistry, and notes. Contains drawings.
Handbook of Ayurvedic Medicinal Plants
Language: en
Pages: 424
Authors: L. D. Kapoor
Categories: Medical
Type: BOOK - Published: 2000-11-10 - Publisher: CRC Press

This handbook is filled with over 50 illustrations and descriptions of approximately 250 plants which are used for herbal medicine. It includes information on medicinal plants ranging from Abies spectabilis to Zizyphus vulgaris. The purpose of this handbook is to make available a reference for easy, accurate identification of these
Handbook of Medicinal Plants
Language: en
Pages: 500
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Stay up-to-date with this important contribution to rationalized botanical medicine The Handbook of Medicinal Plants explores state-of-the-art developments in the field of botanical medicine. Nineteen experts from around the world provide vital information on natural products and herbal medicines—from their earliest relevance in various cultures to today’s cutting-edge biotechnologies. Educated
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Language: en
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Categories: Health & Fitness
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