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Traditional and Folk Herbal Medicine: Recent Researches Vol 3 by Gupta, V K et al
ISBN: 9789351247036
Binding: Hard Bound
Biblio: xii+584p .,figs.,tabls.,ind., 25 cm
Weight: 1050 gms
Pages: 596
Imprint: Daya Publishing House
Year: 2016
Price : Rs 3495.00
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The present volume of the book series “Traditional and Folk Herbal Medicine: Recent Researches-Vol. 3” is the compilation of 16 original research and review articles contributed by the leading experts from India and abroad and includes topics like- Complemantary Therapy with Traditional Herbal Medicines in Obstetrics and Gynecologic Disorders-I: Abortion, Pseudopregnancy, Lactation and Mastitis; Complemantary Therapy with Traditional Herbal Medicines in Obstetrics and Gynecologic Disorders-II: Menstrual Cyle and its Disorders, Reproductive Performance and Menopause; Complemantary Therapy with Traditional Herbal Medicines in Obstetrics and Gynecologic Disorders -III: Leucorrhea, Endometriosis, Uterine Fibroid, Ovarian Cyst and Gynecological Cancers; Antioxidant Properties and Phytochemical Analysis of Chilli and Turmeric; Evaluation of Antibacterial Potential of Aerial Parts of Some Plants of Cucurbitaceae Family and their Phytochemical Analysis; Classification of Chinese Herbal Medicine and its Recent Researches; Alternative Methods of Parasite Control in Rural Areas: An Authenticated Traditional Approach; Unani- An Approach to Holistic Medicine; Ethnomedicinal Plants Used against Jaundice by Various Clans of the Telegu Tribe of Bangladesh; Chickpea (Shimbykul): Derived Biomolecules for Better Development of its Phytochemistry and Pharmacology; Exploring the Potential of Withania for Traditional and Modern Healthcare Systems; Cassia fistula Pod: From Waste to Modern Herbal Laxative Products; Antiobesity and Hypolipidemic Effects of Proprietary Herbal Drugs Geriforte and Haritaki in Male Albino Rats Fed High Fat Diet; Physicochemical Characterization of Bhasmas: An Approach to Standardization; Ethnomedical Survey of Medicinal Plants used by Three Indigenous Tribes in Yobe State, Nigeria; Plants in Indian Traditional Medicine Formulation. I hope the present volume of the book series with rich content of practice and with high reference value will be widely read and unambiguously provide useful supplementary information to the R&D departments of pharmaceutical companies, functional food companies, clinicians, pharmaceutical workers, pharmacological and toxicological researchers, and the graduate as well as post graduate students.