Herbal Drugs: Technology And Use


This book provides in-depth information on many Indian medical practices, including herbal treatments, crude drug preparation, and medicinal botany. This book provides an introduction to the fundamental concepts and practices of the Ayurvedic, Unani, Siddha, and Homeopathic medical systems. In addition to this, the book emphasizes the quality, safety, efficacy, effectiveness, and stability of herbal products, as well as guidelines for the standardization of herbal drugs, patenting issues, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), and regulatory concerns regarding herbal drugs and products. Alternative medicine, which includes herbal medicine, is becoming more popular. Herbal medicine is a significant part of this movement. One of the historical practices that date back to ancient times and makes use of goods derived from nature to treat illness is known as herbalism. Botanical research is the basis for herbal medicine, which treats medical conditions by using plant parts such as seeds, roots, bark, flowers, leaves, and oils. Herbal medicine is also a subfield of ethnobotany. According to the Globe Health Organization (WHO), it is the second most widely used treatment system all over the world. The term “herbal drug technology” refers to a set of processes that are used to transform plant components into goods and medications that have therapeutic value. Today, herbal products are acquiring growing applications in drug research and development, and there is a rising demand for herbal medications around the globe. This is because herbal goods may be generated by blending contemporary scientific approaches with traditional knowledge.
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Dr. Abhinandan Ravsaheb Patil, Dr. Ghanshyam Magan Chavan, Ms. Preeti Vinod Gaikwad

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