A comprehensive review of chemical constituents, toxicity, and therapeutic values, the book focuses on documentation of the chemical components present and their therapeutic properties. The author begins with a general introduction regarding the geographic advantages for growing varieties of medicinal plants, followed by tables presenting information on the major constituents and therapeutic values of more than species. He includes an index, three appendices cross-referencing major chemical components and their sources, and the common and scientific names of the medicinal plants cited in the table.
Arranged alphabetically by Latin name into tables, the information is easy to find and the book easy to use. Table of Contents Introduction. Appendix 1: Chemical Components and their Sources.
Appendix 2: List of English and Scientific Names. Appendix 3: List of Scientific and Common Names.
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