Tuesday, 21 May 2019

South American Medicinal Plants: Botany, Remedial Properties and General Use

South American Medicinal Plants: Botany, Remedial Properties and General Use  By  Professor Dr. Ingrid Roth, Professor Dr. Helga Lindorf 

Books dealing with medicinal herbs have been forests by man. Furthermore, the knowledge of use­ ful and medicinal plants is lost as soon as tradition much in demand in the last decade, since interest in the use of 'healing plants' instead of chemistry vanishes through the import of new products from wrapped up in the form of pills has gradually in­ industrialized countries. Already in 1926, PITTIER creased. Interest in natural methods of healing by regreted that the use as well as the production of medicinal plants advanced with the ecological con­ indigenous medicinal-herbal products, foodstuffs science of man. European officinal plants are well and other local industrial vegetable products, such known and have already been applied for hundreds…



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